I Will Go … To The End

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Day 100 – July 4, 2020I Will Go … To The End. “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” – Acts 1:8
“And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” – Matthew 28:18-20
“To us also the commission is given. We are bidden to go forth as Christ’s messengers, to teach, instruct, and persuade men and women, to urge upon their attention the word of life. And to us also the assurance of Christ’s abiding presence is given. Whatever the difficulties with which we may have to contend, whatever the trials we may have to endure, the gracious promise is always ours, ‘Lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world.’” – Evangelism, p. 15
Jesus has called His people to share the gospel message to the ends of the earth, until the end of the world at His soon second coming. We have nothing to worry about as we engage in this work. All authority is His! His Spirit is with us to guide us and empower us! What a wonderful thing it is to have Jesus, the Greatest Missionary of the Universe, with us … to the end, and beyond!As you have gone through these 100 Days of Prayer, as you and your family have experienced personal revival, let this fire for God not be quenched, but engage in pro-active, selfless, intentional, loving, missionary work. This will not only give you continual revival, but it will result in souls won for Jesus, and a fulfilled life!Is it your desire to take this next step with and for Jesus? To commit to a lifetime of mission service for Him, wherever you are, and wherever He calls? Trusting in His grace to be sufficient for all challenges ahead? Will you choose today to be more than just a churchgoer, but to become a world-goer; somebody who goes into the world to reach souls with Jesus?May God bless you as you move forward with Him, to the end of the world, until the end of time!Maranatha!
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Prayer Focus (Day 100)

 PRAISE REPORTS: Sheri A.: We started church planting in the Osaka area in Japan. After one year, we still had no one attending worship or taking Bible studies. We decided to join the 100 Days of Prayer, and particularly fast and pray for the Holy Spirit during May. Almost immediately the Lord had us bump into a couple in a supermarket who were looking for a church, and seeking God. They immediately wanted Bible studies. Because of the epidemic, they were not working, so we had Bible studies every day, and they attending worship services. Also, one of our neighbors started coming to church. So, we more than doubled our attendance on Sabbath, and a small church is sprouting! Praise God!N.S.: As part of the 100 Days of Prayer I pledged to pray for my area every morning. God opened up a door where I gave Bible studies to a young couple. They are ready to be baptized as soon as the restrictions are lifted! As I went about giving Bible studies to this couple, another woman married to a Muslim businessman requested Bible studies with her 18-year-old son. He then invited his cousin and she decided to join. Today she can’t wait to be baptized because of the lifechanging truth she has heard. God is working!West Congo Union Mission: Since the beginning of the Total Member Involvement initiative, we had difficulty opening small groups in several districts of Kinshasa. Since the  pandemic began it forced the closing of large churches and allowed the opening of family churches. To date, we have more than 200 family churches. Even in neighborhoods that did not have an Adventist presence. These churches are involved in evangelism and have brought 82 souls to the Lord. 100 Days of Prayer has cemented the relationships and spiritual growth in these churches.Viviana H.: Praise the Lord that during these 100 Days of Prayer He allowed us to start a small group at home with our neighbors and they are getting to know Jesus. Through ADRA we have been able to continue to help the Venezuelan refuge population in Colombia with health services.Praise God for the hundreds and hundreds of praise reports we have received! God has truly turned this pandemic into blessings all around the world as His people humbled themselves and prayed!PRAYER REQUESTS:Pray for continued revival through faithful mission work until the end of time. Pray for the outpouring of the early and the latter rain so that the work can be finished. Pray for the mission work of the church in the frontlines and the hard-to-reach places around the world, such as the 10/40 window, North Korea, the Middle East, etc.Pray for all unspoken and unmentioned prayer requests that have been sent in.Pray for the soon return of Jesus Christ!Share Prayer Requests & Join DiscussionSpanish, French, Portuguese and Other LanguagesShareTweetForwardFeatured ResourcesMission 360 TV (Adventist Mission Videos)Mission 360 Magazine (Adventist Mission Stories)Activate – Find Your Calling, Fuel Your Passion, Fulfill Your Dreams

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