The General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventist is inviting the world-wide church to pray.
“For many months now, plans have been in process for a very special prayer initiative called 100 Days of Prayer. We believe God orchestrated the timing for the 100 Days of Prayer far in advance. This prayer initiative, scheduled to run March 27 – July 4, 2020, was originally intended to focus on praying for the Holy Spirit outpouring on the 2020 General Conference Session in Indianapolis. However, with the Coronavirus pandemic sweeping our world, and with many unsettling events now taking place, what better time to be pressing together as a church in prayer as we seek strength in time of crisis, as well as Holy Spirit power for the mission before us.”https://www.revivalandreformation.org/100days/blog/calling-on-jesus-in-our-urgent-need
Our Southern California Conference will begin a prayer line for those who would like to participate in a more corporate way. In the meantime, we are inviting our Rolling Hills Church members to sign up for the daily prayer focus, which will be sent directly to your electronic devices. Sign up below or click this link.
We would encourage you to pray
– as a family,
– with prayer partners,
– as a church family on our prayer conference call, at 1:00pm daily: (435) 777-2200, conference ID 202077#
This is a wonderful opportunity to pray in unity for the outpouring of God’s spirit on our families, our church, our country and our world. We have a HOPE—the world needs to know His name is Jesus and He is coming soon!
We must be much in prayer if we would make progress in the divine life. When the message of truth was first proclaimed, how much we prayed. How often was the voice of intercession heard in the chamber, in the barn, in the orchard, or the grove. Frequently we spent hours in earnest prayer, two or three together claiming the promise; often the sound of weeping was heard and then the voice of thanksgiving and the song of praise. Now the day of God is nearer than when we first believed, and we should be more earnest, more zealous, and fervent than in those early days. Our perils are greater now than then. Souls are more hardened. We need now to be imbued with the spirit of Christ, and we should not rest until we receive it.Testimonies to the Church, vol. 5, p. 161, 162
Blessings from your prayer ministries team,
Janet Lui, SCC Prayer Team
Mindy Munson, Rolling Hills Prayer Coordinator
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