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Revival does not come overnight. David Barton lists five clear prerequisites for long-range change, demonstrated in the wisdom and experience of John Quincy Adams whose life and influence spanned the nation’s first years between George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. His example shows the effectiveness of servant leadership and why every American should pray for a lasting reformation rather than a loosely defined revival. What will that cost? When will it happen? How does it affect the way we catechize our children? And who are our opponents most likely to be? The answers are evidenced both in Scripture and the annals of American history.