There was a great revival in the Hebrides Islands in the North of Scotland in the mid-twentieth century, the effects of which are said to still be evident. This revival has been linked to the earnest prayer of two sisters named Miss Smith and of a group of seven young men in a church. The latter group covenanted to meet three nights a week in a barn to pray for revival. They committed themselves to pray in keeping with Isaiah 62:6, 7 (NIV): “I have posted watchmen on your walls, Jerusalem; they will never be silent day or night. You who call on the LORD, give yourselves no rest, and give him no rest till he establishes Jerusalem and makes her the praise of the earth.” They believed God had a plan for their islands, and they decided to storm the gates of Heaven—to give God no rest—until that plan was realized. One day as they prayed one of them led them in an act of confession and consecration. Heaven broke loose, and the revival that began with that small group spread to the whole island and then to many of the other islands.
Fernando, Ajith (2012-05-15). Deuteronomy: Loving Obedience to a Loving God (Preaching the Word) (p. 331)