PERSEVERE IN PRAYER
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Letter on Prayer
We hope that all the saints in the Lord’s recovery in North America would rise up to intercede in prayer for His move in this country. Specifically, we need to pray that at least 300 saints (including 30 full-timers) will migrate to the 10 target cities in the US.
Persevering prayer in the church prayer meetings, sisters’ prayer times, and vital groups should be the base for all the labor in His present move. Download this letter to learn about three particular burdens regarding this matter of prayer for the Lord’s move.
Recent Prayer Burdens
There would be sweet, harmonious building up and blending in the coordination and serving of the church in Lexington. The church would work, grow, and labor together corporately to bear fruit on the University of Kentucky campus, as well as in the community. The church would be prepared and ready to receive migrating saints in this…Read More
Through the FTTA gospel trip to St. Louis (Jan. 16—Jan. 31), we have had ongoing contact with five to seven new students at the University of Missouri, St. Louis (UMSL), as well as a professor who was saved. Please pray for the continued care of these dear ones, and for the Lord to supply the…Read More
- Pray for the burden for 30 saints to migrate to Orlando over the next two years, and that the church in Orlando would be ready to receive them.
- Pray for open homes for the students (both new and remaining), and the strengthening of our own students to bear remaining fruit.
- Since the gospel trip to Charlotte (Jan. 25—Feb. 8) by twelve FTTA trainees, we have had ongoing contact with five new students at UNCC. Please pray for the continued care of these dear ones, that they would continue to attend and enjoy the college meeting, and that the Lord would supply…
“I exhort therefore, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercessions, thanksgivings be made on behalf of all men...This is good and acceptable in the sight of our Savior God, who desires all men to be saved and to come to the full knowledge of the truth.”
1 Timothy 2:1, 3-4