And it is the revivalist's aim, by creating a general excitement, to make everybody see things.
Some had evidently come from afar, for the fame of the revivalist was widespread.
The squabble is recorded in the great revivalist's journals for the summers of 1784 and 1785.
The tumult swelled, directed, dominated, by the voice of the revivalist.
He was a Methodist preacher—a revivalist—and did his own exhorting.
Isn't that revivalist preacher enough to run it for a while?
The tears coursed down his long cheeks, and he forgot to care, but sat entranced by the revivalist's marvellous voice.
Then the revivalist says: "Take your chance, my little friend," and went away.
No priest appears to be necessary, the excitements of the revivalist preacher are absent.
The Mas-ya-Khans, or revivalist priests, are in charge of these services.