There is a new quickening of prayer going on and you will want to allow that to get a hold of you.
Ask the Lord: “Lord, what are You asking me to give permission for You to take over?”
Let’s look at Acts 2:17-21:
“And it shall come to pass in the last days, says God, That I will pour out of My Spirit on all flesh; Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, Your young men shall see visions, Your old men shall dream dreams. And on My menservants and on My maidservants I will pour out My Spirit in those days; And they shall prophesy. I will show wonders in heaven above And signs in the earth beneath: Blood and fire and vapor of smoke. The sun shall be turned into darkness, And the moon into blood, Before the coming of the great and awesome day of the Lord. And it shall come to pass That whoever calls on the name of the Lord Shall be saved.”
I believe we are in the days of signs and wonders. And, we will see them as the day of the Holy Spirit of demonstration and power.
On Friday night, we were sitting down to watch the weather on the IPad. All of a sudden my weather App pops on saying, “There is a flash flood warning over your area till 12:35”. And then the rain started to pour. If you live in this region, you experienced pouring rain. We had a mud slide in our hills and I thought to myself, “Thank You Jesus” because the rain is a sign from heaven.
I had just gotten an email from Jan saying, We just went through our Friday and they opened the Temple Mount. There’s just such an intensity in the air, but it poured rain in Jerusalem. It displaced all the stuff you can do. Have you ever noticed that if it rains hard enough, no one can do anything but stay inside? I think that’s what’s happening and we’re looking for that moment.
Turn with me to Hebrews 4, the whole chapter:
Therefore, since a promise remains of entering His rest, let us fear lest any of you seem to have come short of it. 2 For indeed the gospel was preached to us as well as to them; but the word which they heard did not profit them, not being mixed with faith in those who heard it. 3 For we who have believed do enter that rest, as He has said: “So I swore in My wrath, ‘They shall not enter My rest,’” although the works were finished from the foundation of the world. 4 For He has spoken in a certain place of the seventh day in this way: “And God rested on the seventh day from all His works”; 5 and again in this place: “They shall not enter My rest.” 6 Since therefore it remains that some must enter it, and those to whom it was first preached did not enter because of disobedience, 7 again He designates a certain day, saying in David, “Today,” after such a long time, as it has been said: “Today, if you will hear His voice, Do not harden your hearts.” 8 For if Joshua had given them rest, then He would not afterward have spoken of another day. 9 There remains therefore a rest for the people of God. 10 For he who has entered His rest has himself also ceased from his works as God did from His. 11 Let us therefore be diligent to enter that rest, lest anyone fall according to the same example of disobedience. 12 For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. 13 And there is no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are naked and open to the eyes of Him to whom we must give account. 14 Seeing then that we have a great High Priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession. 15 For we do not have a High Priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but was in all points tempted as we are, yet without sin. 16 Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.
I love the book of Hebrews. It is such an entry point. It is the marrying of the two internationalities of heaven bringing a covenant to release a Son, Who now brought forth a new covenant; a new order; a brand new order according to the order of Melchizadec.
We are learning to live from this new place. We are learning to live from heaven, to live from a completed work, to live from what has been accomplished.
And so let me say, in this little insert, last week we ended talking about ‘Yet once more He speaks, not from heaven, and He shakes not only the earth, but heaven and the earth.
And we’re not to refuse His voice. And now it talks about people who heard but could not enter in, because they could not hear and hear with faith. And then it says, we who believed do enter the rest.
So the first part of rest (The place in which we are going to live from in the last days as the world becomes unraveling), the people of God will grow into greater and greater rest.
They will carry something of a finished work because even Philippians says in Chapter 1 If you are confronted by your adversary, don’t become terrified. You can stay in peace. It’s a sign that your adversary will soon be
displaced and you will soon be victorious.
Even peace, as a Christian, is a Believer’s posture for warfare. Paul said in Romans 16, that the God of peace will soon crush Satan underneath your feet.
Why the God of peace? Because God has already accomplished something that we’re coming into agreement with. We are coming to faith in, and we are coming to experience.
So much of our mindset, in the Christian world, is Jesus in Galilee. “I’m trying to meet Him on Galilee.” I thank God for Galilee, I thank God for all His journey in the gospels, but my world has been rocked by meeting the glorified Christ, the resurrected Lord. The One that now ministers as High Priest, Who holds a place of finished completion and the maturing of the church that He’s doing. So faith gets me into rest.
He then goes on to say:, “Today if you will hear His voice, do not harden your heart.” There is something about the voice of God. Everyone here can hear the voice of God, because, “My sheep hear My voice”.
So, if you are saying, “I have a hard time”… don’t say that. Instead say, “Lord, I’m Your sheep, I will open my ears to hear, my eyes to see, and my heart to understand.”
The whole of the kingdom mystery that’s been hidden from generations is now being revealed to us in Jesus. We’re not trying to understand what was already explained. We are trying to understand what has been kept for us that is now being revealed. The kingdom is voice activated. The kingdom comes alive by the voice of God. The voice of God is what brings dead people alive and resurrects dead bodies in the last resurrection.
It is a sound. It’s a disclosing. The word ‘harden’ here is an interesting word. It’s not the word for ‘hardened heart’ in the gospels. In the gospels, the hardened heart of the disciples was one of ignorance – They just didn’t get it. They could be in a miracle in the afternoon, in a storm in the evening and they could have forgotten the power of the miracle before.
Every miracle of experience of God, is supposed to carry me into the next experience of God.
They were flesh-minded. They were concrete in their thinking. They were fishermen.They were learning and so they couldn’t come into understanding.
This hardened heart is a stubborn heart. It’s a heart that should have decided to yield, but it has decided still not to yield. It has seen the miracles, as it says in the chapter before, but refuses to go in. It makes excuses, “No, no, no, I can’t, I won’t.” Whatever.
So, when the voice of God comes, my heart is to yield. It’s all about yielding. What you’re doing is just details of life for Christ to be seen in. What you’re doing is not going to accomplish anything, but the yielding to Christ in what you’re doing can allow Christ to do great things. Does that make sense? It’s like the group that went down (and thankGod for the miracles and the salvations) in our recent outreach. What a joy. All of this expression of God beginning to come forth and people are just saying, “Yes, let’s step out. Let’s go share, let’s go pray, let’s go give away what we have.” Well, that’s going to continue to grow in all of our lives. And soon you won’t even have to get a venue to do your thing. You’ll just BE your thing. You’ll carry that place. But, it comes by yielding to Jesus more than it comes from the DOING for Jesus. We are not in the covenant of observe to do; we are in the covenant of believe to receive. It’s a yielding. It’s a recognizing God taking preeminence. It’s about a Man named Jesus, taking larger and larger portions of our lives, being seen.
And you know what? He’s not scary…though He IS scary. He threatens my soul because I have to yield control. My body doesn’t get to have its way of order. This is because He starts to create His own order, the kingdom that He brings.
So when He comes, we can’t harden our hearts because there’s a rest that’s still ours to enter into. It’s the Father’s rest. The bible says, that from the foundation of the world, Christ was crucified. From the foundation of the world, everything was completed and then God rested.
When He rested after the sixth day of creation, He had already, inside of Himself, set in time motion, Christ’s crucifixion….and resurrection….and our glorification. All of this had been set in motion, set in place, accomplished inside of God. He didn’t get to the garden on the day of sin and say, “Oh My gosh, what are We going to do now?” All of this was understood and foreseen. Our being conformed into the glorified Christ was also foreseen. It was the destiny of our lives.
He then says, that there’s another thing that takes place. “He who entered into rest has ceased from his own labours as God did from His”.
If we’re busy, busy, busy, laboring, thinking we are busy, that busy laboring is the deal that God’s going to make or break. Or the world is going to change because of what we do or don’t. We’re going to continually never come into the rest of completion and the victory of Christ.
I’m going to go home today and I’m going to mow my lawn again because my son, David, is away in college. I’m not walking in such rest that my lawn mows itself.
I’m not saying that. We’ll go to work. We will go do our stuff. But, it’s where are you resourcing?
When you resource God, you recognize that it’s God accessing what you are doing that’s going to make the difference. It is not what you are doing that’s going to make the difference. And it’s freedom, because you can do anything. You can be anything. You can go to work and do any job.
God is using us as doors into the earth. We want out but He wants in. And when He’s coming in, He’s saying, “Come on, let Me in. Just let Me in. I like being where you are. And as you let Me in, here’s how you and I walk in One. This is how you yield to My kingdom.” When Jesus comes in, He brings the whole entourage. Father, Son, Holy Spirit. He starts bringing His kingdom, His reign, His realms, His rule, His fruit, His gifts. It just starts all flooding in. And we say, “Whoa!” Then He says, “Go.”
I want to take a little bit of time just to focus here. 14Let us labour [be diligent] therefore to enter into that rest, Diligent means to take speed. Make it a focal point. Get to the rest. That’s the goal. Get to the rest…lest any man fall after the same example of unbelief.
Now the word rest is a repose. It is a part of communal; it’s community; it’s settling. And it’s funny for me to be saying, “Let’s pursue the rest of God” while the world is going in unrest, but it isn’t actually. It’s the very essence
of what’s going to shift so many things that are touching the earth.
It says…For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.
A lot of you might have memorized this. It is beautiful scripture. It certainly just enlarges the scope, sequence and power of the logos of God.
The word is truth; and truth sets us free.
The whole problem that Israel faced the first time in the first generation trying to get into the Promised Land is that they did not believe what was being told to do. They wouldn’t do what they were being asked to do. So, unbelief and disobedience in a way became synonyms, just as today faith and obedience are synonyms. You don’t obey God unless you have faith in God, because what He asks is beyond anyone’s courage level or anyone’s loyalty level. It’s really is “I’m laying down my life to do what You just told me” level. By faith, I step inside a place and I begin to let God inside my place and by faith I say, “Here’s my land. It’s Your inheritance. Come dwell in the place that I live in.” And by faith, I begin to say, “Ok, I’m going to yield and enter intentionally into rest. I’m going to cease from my own efforts, but I’m going to make my greatest focus, to get inside of Your rest.”
Why? Because I don’t want to be disconnected from the voice of God. I understand that one of the ways the voice of God is going to really begin to become a part of me is by the word of God, the logos of God. And it is so capable. When it says sharper it gives the idea that it only takes one strike to kill. Instead of having to hack at you, it just penetrates and separates spirit from soul, joints from marrow, and even can get into the very origin of thoughts and
intentions of the heart.
Until I started going into the heavenly realm and I began to understand the completed work of God and the whole covenant of forgiveness, I always read the bible to the degree I could obey it. And the more I read it, the more I had to obey it and the more I had to obey it, the more I had to force my life into a world I could control. That world got smaller and smaller. Or it got more convicting or condemning; or I had to be the hypocrite to hold it. You can’t do the word. You can only see it, hear it, understand it and turn to the Lord Jesus and be healed. Then you become the word. The word becomes flesh.
Because, all of this is happening inside of you and me. Beloved, the greatest thing that will ever happen to you today, is that something will convict you, truth will be revealed to you and you will see it differently.
Jesus said to the disciples that were believing in Him in John 8, If you continue in My word you are My disciples and you will know the truth and the truth will make you free. It so challenged those who were believing in Him, that they took offense and said, “We’ve never been in captivity to anybody.”
You see the word of God challenges what is made to be rest when it isn’t rest. It calls us to yield where we haven’t understood yielding. It just opens something larger than we knew.
Later, in John 17, Jesus prays for us. He says, I’m not asking You Father to take them out of the world, I just want You to keep them from the evil one. Sanctify them by thy truth. Your word is truth.
Then He said this crazy thing, He said, For this reason I sanctify Myself. Jesus, Himself, recognizing, yielding to the logos. The logos: The largeness, the fullness….in the beginning was the word. It’s not the spoken word. Thank God for the spoken word. That’s where the faith comes and that’s where the assignment comes. That’s where the voice of God is activating the word of God. But if we don’t allow the logos to be a part of our story, or if we don’t recognize the largeness of the story, we’ll miss big point. We might get our part all together, but then we can’t flow with each other. We don’t understand that God loves chaos and He loves the diversity of the Body and the “eclecticness” of heaven.
I don’t just read scripture anymore. I go into it. I experience it. I feel it. I see it. I rest in it. I follow it into where it takes me. All the while, I’m partaking of it, I’m eating it. Isn’t that what the bible says? We don’t live by flesh and blood but by every word that proceeds out of His mouth? I partake.
And why would I want to do that? Well the next verse is crazy. It says, Neither is there any creature that is not manifest in His sight: but all things are naked and opened unto the eyes of Him with whom we have to do.
The thought is, I’ve come into the rest by making it an intentionality. The word of God is really working me and actively searching me and testing me. Maybe it’s scary and difficult.
I tell everyone to never let the word condemn you. It doesn’t need to condemn you because Jesus has already been condemned. There is no condemnation now in the word even when it confronts you of your very rebellion. Yield and say, “God, You have caught me and I am in this rebellion. I have no way out of this rebellion. Come take hold of this rebellion. Come inside of who I am.”
Don’t jump around and say, “Oh God doesn’t like this or I’ve got to stop that.” That’s not the new covenant. It’s “Oh, wow, You’ve just shown me another element of Your freedom and my captivity. Come inside of my captivity. Come in deeper, deeper, deeper.
You can get in so much bondage by trying to make yourself righteous. It’s called self-righteousness. It doesn’t work. It is when you resource self to become righteous. You’ve got to resource God. And, the only way we resource God is when we don’t resource self. You can’t resource both.
I’ll be righteous on Sunday by God, and righteous my me on Monday. It’s yielding. It’s just yielding.
Everything is visible to God. He sees everything, at every moment, every time. He’s in the middle of every part of your life. He’s in the middle, the beginning and the end of it – right now. He was there before you were born and He’s there after you are dead. He’s in everything. All things. All thoughts are visible to Him. He sees and hears everything.
So therefore we might as well yield and allow God to have access to the parts we are really having trouble with because we are naked before Him. That means naked—nude.
God actually prefers to know you naked because then He can clothe you with Himself. If you just show up with your garment of whatever, then you don’t let Him access the place that He would really like to touch.
It says we’re naked and we’re open to the eyes of Him. It’s an interesting word. It is the idea that He’s got you by the throat. Not in any kind of anger, because there is no anger. All the anger of God was put on Jesus. He has no more anger toward any of His believers, but it is the idea of sacrificing an animal. The high priest would grab them by the throat and they would cut their throat. So He’s got my life. I’m naked before Him, He’s got my life and I’m going to have to give an account. Now this word blows me away. I’m going to return to Him my logos. I’m going to give my logos back to God. I want to merge my story into His, don’t you?
I let Google contacts do that for me all the time – would you like to see if you have any duplicate contacts? And you merge them together. He literally is coming so that that I can surrender and my story becomes His and His story becomes mine. We become one. Then it continues on, we have a high priest who has passed through the heaven, even Jesus Christ. Hold fast your confession (paraphrase). The confession is hope. And it’s what we’ve heard of the Lord. It’s the promises that have initiated our journeys. It’s the things God told us that we were going to go and be and see and do. It’s the testimony of Jesus, what we’ve seen and heard of Him. And hold it fast. Why do we have to hold it fast? Because it’s being warred over. It’s being challenged. Don’t look at your circumstances and see how you’re doing. We walk by faith and not by sight. Do you understand? You cannot look at your circumstances. You can’t ask “How am I doing today?” Don’t look at your circumstances. You are doing what Jesus said over you. Hold it fast. He’s already there. He’s completed it. He’s actively interceding for the completion of it in you. Everything has gotten to the point except glorification and that’s next.
That activation of glorification, according to Romans 8, has already been accomplished. But it’s yet to be revealed. And we’re yielding to glorification, we’re not achieving glorification. We’re not achieving anything. Just believing, receiving. Believing, receiving. Welcoming, welcoming.
So, I worship the Lord and I see Him as my High Priest and I yield to His coming. I hear His voice and I surrender to His work, His accomplished work. I agree then, freely, that what He has said to me is true and I will worship Him with what He has already said and I honor Him in that. But I also know that the place where honor is received and heard back and forth, between His body and the Lord, is at the throne of grace. He says, We have a high priest who has passed through the heavens.
He comes, He can sympathize, He’s gone through what you went through. Jesus knows exactly how it feels. Everything we have succumbed to; everything that has been done to us; every death and betrayal, He has experienced, only He did not sin. He stayed in yielded surrender and obedience to Father. The bible says in the next chapter, he says that it created such an intensity and fervent, vehement prayer and cries to God to deliver Him from this yielding of His soul to death that He was heard. And though He was a Son, He was learning obedience through the things He was suffering. And there’s so much of Him yet to be seen. He has to stop at the end of Hebrews 5 and says There’s so much we’ve got to say but we’ve got to back up because you’re not ready to hear it because you are still going into the milk and not through the practice of His word, the habit of the practice; the learning of His ways (paraphrase)…So coming to the throne of grace where we can obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.
That’s where the help is. I’m glad Jesus can sympathize and empathize and it really means that. He can sympathize.
But I want to come into victory. I want to obtain mercy and find grace. Could anybody use more mercy? Is there anybody that could welcome more grace? To obtain mercy is to receive it; to take it. Take it. That’s what I get at the throne of grace, but I have to also receive grace and that means I perceive it. I get a hold of it, but it’s not the same word. And grace is that favor, that completion. It’s the whole essence; by grace I am saved, and forever I will be saved by grace. Through all eternity I will be a trophy of grace.
Papa will show off how rich His grace is in His kindness toward you and me. But the word help is a nautical term ‘to tie’, like if you were to tie a ship to a dock or a sail to a post. It is the word ‘frap’, a nautical term. It’s to tie to the point of need. Tie the grace to the point of need. The point of need is like Hebrew thinking, Eastern thinking, Chinese thinking, and not Western thinking. Do you know what point of need means? It is good kairos. It’s not even a point of need, it’s a great opportunity! The Chinese can take the same symbol for crisis and say opportunity and here the Hebrew is saying the very same thing.
We think, “Oh God, Help me!” No. “I’ve got a good opportunity here. It’s a good opportunity – wrap some grace around it.” That’s the closest thing to shouting grace that I know of. Look around the circumstances you’re in; you let Him in; He’s not embarrassed. You’re naked in front of Him anyway. Let Him into your mind. Let Him into your thoughts. Let Him into your emotions. Let Him into your actions. Let Him into your indiscretions. Let Him into your sin. Let Him in your stuff. What in the world are we doing? As though we’re going to clean ourselves up enough to be received and then we’ll negotiate our place. Yield! Yield! “Come on it! Come in! I’m having a really hard time here, come in! Take Lordship and I agree upon Your grace being sufficient! Your grace raising a standard. Your grace bringing completion. Your grace being abundant. Your grace bringing salvation. Come on in, come on in!”
I’m thrilled to see the next generation stepping into the place of prayer and intercession and I’m looking forward to Christmas so much because we always get to look at the key players, and the Anna’s and the Simeon’s. Many of us might be those today. We always get a special sneak preview of what’s coming. You want to know something? Jesus, Who walked as the only begotten Son, meaning the first advent, was exclusive. In the Second Advent, He’ll come with His whole family. And that’s us, because He has changed from the first Adam to the second Adam and the resurrection is where He is begotten as the first born among many brethren.
He’s the first, not exclusive, but the beginning of a new generation, a new species, if you will. The second Adam, life-giving Spirit, it’s not living souls. And that’s what we’re being fashioned into. Conformed to the bible says,
into this life-giving Spirit, this family.
When Jesus walked on the earth, He spent His days, every moment He could to sneak away and be in the presence of Father. He prayed more than any of us have ever prayed. He prayed in a unique way. I’ve been learning this prayer. He came into fellowship with His Father again and again. His mantra, if you want to use a funny term, was I am here to do the will of My Father. My food is to do the will of the One who sent Me. I’ve really got no agenda’s but Daddy’s – I can’t even say something unless I hear Him say it. I don’t even do anything unless I’ve already seen Him doing it. I’m just yielded. I’m just surrendering).
He began at the waters of baptism praying, and heavens opened and the Spirit fell upon Him. Holy Spirit then led Him into the wilderness to be tested by the devil for 40 days. And then when He came out in the power, He begins to minister. When He goes to Capernaum, which is going to become His headquarters, He performs miracles, cast out a demon in the synagogue, goes to Peter’s house for lunch. Peter’s mother-in-law is sick; heals her, they eat; by the afternoon, the entire city is bringing the demonized and the sick and He spends the entire evening setting people free.
After that, He wakes up in the morning – great time before daylight – and He goes to pray. The disciples are looking for Him. They’re saying, “There’s a whole crowd again. We’re ready for another great meeting.” He says, “I’ve got to go to more places.” Jesus is the only one who never tried to bring a crowd and never tried to publicize a testimony. He’s the exact opposite of human energy. He didn’t make venues for people to come and He didn’t publish things that were done so that other people would hear and have faith. He told people, “Sshh, don’t tell anybody. Go back to the church where you were and go be happy. Give them an offering.”
In fact, when He multiplied the fish and the loaves and the people were so enamored at this first politician, free lunch,they wanted to make Him a king. And Heunderstood, “They are going to push Me into some place I’m not called to be,” so He takes off in the mountains to pray and spends the whole night in prayer. He spends the whole night in prayer before He chooses His twelve disciples and shares the Sermon on the Mount.
The bible says in Luke He often withdrew into the wilderness). The more His fame, the more He withdrew.
My question to all of us is, Why would not God be calling us into the secret place, into the rest, into the realm of heaven, so that He could have more access into the earth? And the more access He has the more we just engage and say, “Have Your way, Dad. But I cannot do anything unless You’re doing it, so I’ve got to yield to You. I’ve got to give permission to You.” The only thing His disciples ever asked Him to do for them, besides trying to get a better seat – well, it was the mom that did that one – was teach us to pray. When it became the night of Gethsemane, the night of His betrayal, He spent three hours in prayer. Three hours and all His prayer could finally be was the essence of His entire life of yielding…”Lord, Father, Abba, if there is any way to let this cup pass before Me, nevertheless, not My will but Yours be done.” Three hours. Power. But then He rose up, that He could walk right through the whole event into the very last minute when He said, “Father into Your hands I commit, I yield, I surrender My Spirit to You.”
And that’s who you are being fashioned to be like. But prayer is the practice of going in to the throne of grace. Logos is the practice of living inside the kingdom and His realm…letting the logos merge with my documents and my
documents upgraded to His documents; letting my substance come into His substance. And then allowing or pursuing to come up into yielded agreement with my high priest and that you do by prayer. It doesn’t matter how you pray, it just matters that we do pray. You know a lot of bad things can happen when you pray, but a lot worse things happen when you don’t.
You can become vulnerable to many things if you pray but you will be dull to everything if you don’t. We got into this talk with the interns…”Why pray then?” Because all of this is mine, but I’m unaware of it. I’m ignorant of it. I’m stuck in something. I can’t get out of what I’m stuck in. I don’t know how to get where I’ve got to go. There I am.
The one thing I can do no matter where I am, no matter what I’m doing that I don’t want to be or don’t want to be doing, is that I can choose to come into the glory realm of heaven. I can step through the veil into the Holy of Holies.
I can come before the throne of grace. I can begin to hear the voice of God. The word of God can begin to wash over me, the blood of the Lamb can purge my conscience. I can have an encounter and those kinds of encounters change who I am in my circumstances.
And this is why God is saying, “Just let Me in to your circumstances. I’m going to do a number on you because I’m inheriting you. I’m going to merge your documents with Mine. And when I do, watch what I start to do with you. Don’t be frightened at My voice, don’t be worried by My words, just stay yielded, stay in agreement, stay with Me until I fulfill what I set out to do.” He’s going to do it in each one of us. We’re His.
Sunday, November 9, 9am: Gino will share on “Experiencing the Supernatural of Heaven”.
Sunday 10:20am: Nations Prayer-Reigning with Christ on earth as priests and kings to our God – Releasing the Kingdom to the Nations.
Sunday 11am: Diana Anderson will be sharing on “Abiding in the Heart of Grace”.
Wednesday, November 12, 7pm to 8:30pm: We welcome our Special Speakers from Thailand: Edie Nelson, co-directs Bridges to the Nations Ministry in Pattaya, Thailand, Oh (Preeyaphorn Waennan), Thai Team Leader and Bridge Center Coordinator, and Hannah Larson, their US missionary at the center.
They will also share at the Jubilee Women’sFellowship on Thursday, November 13, at 10am.