September Prayer Focus
"Look at the nations and watch-- and be utterly amazed. For I am going to do something in your days that you would not believe, even if you were told.“
God is looking for faithful men and women, those that desire to die to the flesh, as living sacrifices, whose minds are set on the things above (Colossians 3). We are in the midst, my brothers and sisters, of perilous times, where men have waxed cold and the abominations of the Lord have become that which modern man seeks after. In the midst of this great darkness, God, who is merciful, gracious, slow to anger, and abundant in love, desires to do a work through faithful men and women that will bring glory and honor to His name. A work in which men are called to repentance, a work in which the Church rids itself of its pride, a work in which we are humbled before our Great and Mighty God. Bowing our knee in humility before the Lord, as broken vessels, in our last ditch effort to plead for the souls of this nation, the souls of our families and friends, the souls of those who we minister to behind the walls of CRDF, and perhaps even the souls of some that sit idly by in the pulpits. I plead with you Brethren, that during the month of September, we commit ourselves to fervent prayer. That we pray to the Lord for revival in our own hearts, for an uprooting of our souls unto humility, and for the saving of lost souls. Let us pray in one accord, for the moving of mountains. For God to begin to move in such a way that we can scarce but proclaim, “It was only by the hand of the Living God that such an act could occur.” Let us pray with great boldness and humble hearts, with repentance and fervency, for the Lord to pour out upon us, working in us, through us, and around us, that which could only be done by the hand of our Great and Terrible God. Let us acknowledge the Scripture and hold fast to the promises of God, as it is written, "And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” (Matthew 16:18)
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