If I die, please revive me.That is not quite what a revival is. It does not bring to life that which is dead.
Because empty dead religion has gotten ahold of them and they believe they are already as 'right-as-rain' and so: cannot be taught anything. They've died in their empty, dead religion and inside them they are full of dead men's bones.But a revival, according to your position revives that which is dead. A person who is in Christ is not dead, so why would they have to be revived?
Again: everyone is entitled to their opinion.We are changed to be made in the image of Christ. We run the race with our eyes fixed on Him. That is not a revival, it is simply living in Jesus, through Him and for Him. It is a choice that people make. Revivals do not "fix" lethargy - they only emotionalize the Gospel into a mountain top experience that does not last making people fall back into their old routines because what they experienced is not a true response to the Gospel of Christ.
That isn't revival, that's churchianity. God wants to bring 'Christians' into a one-on-one relationship with Him through His Son. Without that: no one will survive what is coming.Life in Christ is not about being revived every other day - it's about moving forward steadily in His grace, strength, mercy, and love through pain and suffering and sickness, in health, in good times and bad, bearing one's cross daily. No one wants to hear that at a "revival" - they want to hear all about the good stuff and have a warm fuzzy experience.