A Call to All of Us. Are
A message from Ted N. C. Wilson
One of the greatest questions facing the Seventh-day Adventist Church today is: Are we willing to climb out of our comfort zones to let God do what is necessary to prepare each of us for a true revival personally and corporately, for a change or reformation in our lives as we become more and more like Jesus, and for the reception of the latter rain? All of this is only through the power of the Holy Spirit. The answer to this question is your choice and my choice.
God is waiting to pour out His Spirit upon His remnant people. The Holy Spirit will empower them to complete the work of preaching the three angels’ messages. The work done by the disciples must be done by us, only in a greater degree. We cannot receive this power unless we are willing to move out of our comfort zones and allow the Spirit to do the work within us that will place us in a position to receive the power.
The question remains to be answered, are we willing to climb out of our comfort zones and confess and forsake our sins, to pray earnestly by ourselves and with our brothers and sisters for the promised power, and to consecrate ourselves to God and to God alone? Only you and I can answer this question for ourselves. Read the complete message on http://www.revivalandreformation.org/
"A revival of true godliness among us is the greatest and
most urgent of all our needs. To seek this should be our first work....A
revival need be expected only in answer to prayer.”
Selected Messages, Book 1 (1958), p. 121
“Consecrate yourself to God in
the morning; make this your very first work.” Ellen White, The
Faith I Live By, p. 125.
- For the Division Advisories
- FOR THE OUTPOURING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
- For the mothers in our communities
- For the women who are suffering with depression
- Heather Dawn Small's travel to NSD, SSD, SAD, ECD
- Raquel Arrais's travel to EUD, SAD, ESD, SID
- May 15 - International Day of Families
- May 31 - Deadline for Scholarship Applications to GCWM
- June 11 - Women's Ministries Emphasis Day