“Just as long as the church is satisfied with small things, it is disqualified to receive the great things of God.” Home Missionary, November 1, 1893 par. 25
Let’s NOT be satisfied with small things any longer…
Let’s Dare to Ask for More based on the promises of God’s Word!
Just Imagine . . .
…around the world
…for 100 days
…for the same thing
Praying for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on our church and the decisions made during the General Conference Session in July of 2015, San Antonio, Texas!
During this 100 day prayer initiative (March 25th to July 11th), we want to challenge everyone to PRAY specifically for several things:
- First, for a deeper outpouring of the Holy Spirit in our own lives!
- Second, for the Holy Spirit to be poured out in our local churches as we press together.
- Third, many difficult decisions need to be made at the upcoming General Conference Session, and Adventist members worldwide are encouraged to pray for 100 Days before then for the presence and power of the Holy Spirit to be fully manifested in all members and attendees during and after the session.
The 100 days will culminate onsite at the GC session where session attendees will be encouraged to continue to pray together both in the sessions and in our prayer meeting room at the dome.
PLEASE REGISTER if you plan to be a part of this prayer initiative. A daily prayer focus and inspirational blog will be e-mailed out during the 100 days to all those who register, starting March 25th.
“Ask and it SHALL be given you, seek and ye SHALL find, knock and the door SHALL be opened.” Matt. 7:7
After the 1901 General Conference Session, Ellen White had a vision in
which she saw church leaders reconciling their differences, and
confessing their sins against each other. When she awoke from the
vision, Mrs. White realized that what she had witnessed was not a
reality. Pride and hardened hearts prevented God’s people from being
united. Deeply grieved, she understood that the Lord could have come in
their lifetime, but His people did not surrender their thoughts and
opinions to the leading of the Holy Spirit.