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OA USA First Membership Training Prayer Meeting in Dover

On Aug 29, 2017 09:28 PM EDT
OA USA First Membership Training Prayer Meeting in Dover
OA USA First Membership Training Prayer Meeting in Dover
OA USA First Membership Training Prayer Meeting in Dover
OA USA First Membership Training Prayer Meeting in Dover

Every evening except Wednesday and Friday, Elim Dover staff have a prayer meeting for the first Olivet Assembly USA Membership Training, which started from August 21 to August 27. Through the prayers, the trainees got a lot of grace and strength.

During the prayer meeting, all the trainees sat in the middle of the group to share their prayer topics one by one and with other trainees. Elim staff prayed for her/him together and shared the reflection of praying. God, through Elim staff, said prophecies to trainees.

One Elim staff member said,"After the prayer meeting, I really found the truth that Jesus told us in Matthew chapter 13 about the four kinds of heart. More prayer should do the same for them and the seed of truth can deeply grow in their heart."

One trainee heard the reflection from Elim staff, she nodded and said:" It's very true for me. It is not I looked for Jesus,bBut Jesus Looked for me first."

May God lead all the trainees in their path of faith in future and prepare them to be a good instrument for God to use! 

 

 

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