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This is REVIVAL!

"This is one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."
Neil Armstrong

I tried so hard last night to remember this quote!
It just popped in my head during the preaching!

Setting foot on the moon was a big achievement!
Now, it is happening again...But with the church :)

Our young people have been going out on Monday nights, Wednesday nights before church [also know as pre-service outreach!!! Just like pre-service prayer :) lol], and Sundays am&pm. It's just a small step for us but when you think about it, it's a big leap for all of the church and the Kingdom of God.

We are going out there and being led of the Spirit! We have been praying and fasting for revival! Guess what!?!? It's going to happen just like God promised! We are going to see our church filled and packed out every service. It will happen!!!! SOON!!!


"Get ready for revival!!
Open up your nets, get ready for a catch!
Get ready for revival!
First you must believe, then you will recieve.
Get ready for revival!
Can you feel it? Can you feel it?
Can you feel the fire?
Do you want it? Do you want it?
Do you want the fire?
YES I WANT! YES I WANT IT!
YES I WANT THE FIRE!!"


Pastor Clark is having Steven, who has a strong burden for outreach, and several other guys in our youth go up to the mountain and find a rock. We are going to call that rock the "Rock of Evangelism" and place it on our table that's right in front of the pulpit (used for incense prayer). God is doing great things!!!

Comments

Kendra Thaler said…
Praise God! I can't wait until Sunday morning when we all march out and pray for our city. It is going to look like an APOSTOLIC ARMY taking souls for Jesus!!!

They got the stones already :) I can't wait to see it under the table!
Wonderful! God WILL reward your labor!

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