By Rich Marshall
God is displaying up in areas we have now by no means imagined. We suggestion He used to be only for Sunday church or mid-week biblical studies. yet God is displaying up in small companies and on development websites, in faculties and in politics. he's ion factories and at check-out counters, at nurses' stations and the inventory alternate. God is displaying up in every single place open air of the place we predict Him to be. become aware of how he desires you to step right into a realm of ministry and achievement you could have by no means dreamed attainable. learn the way your paintings is the robust dynamic of God's objective to your lifestyles. This e-book is the start of recent chances if you happen to are prepared to determine that God is greater than they suggestion He was once.
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Do you want to see it? You can, and you will visit a church to do so. How about Korea? You already know the answer. Around the world God is moving in revival, church-based revival. This is not the revival I envision. No, the one I see will take place in a business. Possibly a lunchtime prayer meeting will surprise even its leaders, and begin to impact the entire business. I can imagine a conversation around the coffee machine where one of God’s kings notices the hopeless look on the face of a friend.
He had the same problem that blind Bartimaeus had—he could not see. In his case, it was not blindness that caused his lack of sight, but instead it was the crowd. They were so tightly packed around the Savior that those on the outside could not see Him. Many times we believers are so happy inside the four walls of the church, that even those in our own neighborhoods have trouble seeing Jesus in us. How can they? We are never out in the streets. Ministry has become more a process of hiding behind the walls of our buildings than in making Jesus visible in our neighborhoods.
Stephen was selected as one of those to assist in the project. They called him forward along with six others, and the apostles laid hands on them. As we follow the text, the next thing that happened was more growth in the Church; the number of disciples multiplied and even a number of priests were obedient. Without reference to the passing of time, the text next indicates that Stephen was doing signs and wonders. I do not know how much later it was, but it was not long. The same day? Very likely.
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