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10 January 2020 (Fri.) Prayer Journal

Find God’s Method

Galatians 2:20 I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.

♬Hymn for scheduled worship: Korean/English Hymnal #520 Whosoever Heareth, Shout, Shout the Sound (Unified Hymn #257)

[Message Video]

Satan has dominated the world through the Nephilim strategy. He manipulates others by using “me-centered, Satan-centered, and success-centered” motives to cause deception. This strategy makes people completely ignore God’s sovereignty. In the end, he uses different bodies of works and the media to invoke demon possession. That influence has spread throughout the world. By using God’s method, how can you recover what Satan has stolen?

1. What Nobody Can Give, Where Nobody Can Go, and What Nobody Can Accomplish (Acts 1:1, 3, 8 and Nobody)
You cannot save the world with your own strength. Satan has conquered the world by enslaving those who are “me-centered.” When you completely surrender yourself inside of God’s sovereignty, you will see the answers of true healing and the Summit. Then, you will have complete victory through God’s power and not your own. This is the method of “Nobody” that is given only to God’s saved children.

2. The Platform That Saves Your Field, Your Church, and Your Occupation (Platform)
You must discover your God-given platforms in every field. (the heavenly mandate, calling, and mission) Inside true change; (one heart, whole heart, and continuation) true answers; (only, uniqueness, and re-creation) and the accurate time schedule, (24 hours, 25 hours, and eternity) you can create a spiritual platform as the main figure (talents) of the mystery and flow of prayer and of biblical evangelism and missions.

The members of the Early Church were physically poor; however, they were spiritually rich. Even in the midst of persecution and hardships, they became witnesses of God’s method of outsourcing (Outsourcing) that spread the Gospel to the end of the earth. If you restore the God-given mystery of the Triune God; the power of God’s Kingdom; and blessing of the eternal throne, you will remain forever.

[Covenantal Prayer] Dear God, through Your infinite power, help me to restore evangelism.

Intensive Evangelism Specialized Training, Lecture 2 / August 27, 2019 (Gyeongnam)

[Deep Questions] Q. How Will You Find a Disciple?

When I was an assistant pastor, I couldn’t give any personal opinions. At first, I was put in charge of the elementary school department where I did my best. I also gave my best effort when I supervised the youth and young adult departments.
I soon stopped attending the church session meetings and instead, made my decision to enter an area to do ministry. I went to a shaman village where I’ve never been to before. How many weeks did I walk up and down from that village? During my time there, I saw two things. First were the souls who hungered for God. Next, I saw the disciple who would be responsible for that region. So, I preached the Gospel, and one shaman returned to God. Through that disciple, the evangelism movement among the shamans took place throughout the region.
There was no place to meet, so we borrowed the local senior citizens’ center. I brought the head pastor and held an evangelism conference. All I did was run errands, but I was able to confirm the state of the unbeliever. In doing so, I organized truly important messages that would last the rest of my life.

This is what you must do in order to find thirty disciples:
First, select one desperate region in need of the Gospel.
Second, find disciples who will enter that region.
Third, go into that field.
Just by doing so, thirty disciples will immediately arise.

“Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.” (Hebrews 4:16)