Finishing The Task (FTT) Global Report 2020

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Some of What Happened

We’ve just concluded another amazing year of 10 Days.  Following that time, we had four hours of hearing testimonies from around the world.  While we’re never able to hear from everyone, I’ll do my best to summarize the overall picture and share some specific stories of what the Lord did this year during 10 Days.  

 

When we Pray: 
I don’t pretend to understand how it all works, but I can tell you this: When we pray and worship more, God does more.  People hear God talking to them, and then what God is whispering begins happening in real time.  Someone prays for you and somehow knows things about you that you’ve never told anyone.  Shy children start praying bold prayers.  People get saved, healed, and delivered.  Weird coincidences happen.  People always seem to be in the right place at the right time.  My daughter Sabbath commented on the unity that comes when we pray together over many days—“it’s as though we all start to share the same mind”.  That’s exactly what unity in the Spirit is—walking together in “the mind of Christ”, the Holy Spirit (1 Cor. 2:16).  Some 10 Days gatherings are gentle and contained, like a warming fire on a cool evening—others are wild and intense, like a forest fire that rages whether you like it or not.  In the midst of it, the goal is simple—let God be God and dwell in the midst of His people.

God’s Presence Changes Everything: 
 

God, we thank you for your presence.  We thank you for showing up in every place where people worshipped, prayed, fasted, and sought your face.  Jesus, you are good and completely worthy of all this and more!  May all glory and honor be unto Him who sits on the throne, and unto the Lamb!  Maranatha, Come Lord Jesus!

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"The Great Commission is a call handed to every follower of Jesus, not just for a chosen few. It’s a call for all believers, in every church and every country, for all generations. Jesus’ command to reach the lost is as urgent today as it was for the first century Christians. Today, we’re living in exciting times, because, for the first time in history, we have the access and opportunity to see every nation, tribe, people, and language reached with the good news of Jesus in our lifetime. However, there are challenges and barriers we can only break by working together."

Finishing The Task (FTT) Global Report 2020

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