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Elim Korea Holds the Second Prayer Vigil

On Jan 16, 2018 05:46 PM EST
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Elim Korea held the second prayer vigil on Jan 12 at Antioch Church in Seoul. Many members gathered together to pray and they prayed for revival of Korea churches desperately.

Youjung Shin, the representative of Elim Korea delivered message of God from Luke 19:1-7, with the title of "Jesus who came to Zacchaeus". "Some times we are like Zacchaeus. We do not want to reveal our self before people because of our sins, but our humble Jesus Christ came to Zacchaeus first. When I prayed for people I experienced God's love. It is really warm and God is really humble. When we pray together I wish we meet humble Jesus Christ and recover our spiritual strength." Youjung shared.

All attendants prayed for the power of the Holy Spirit and they cried out for the revival of Korea churches. Afterwards Elim members prayed for the attendants and shared their revelations from God.

One brother testified that "I felt the fire of the Holy Spirit on this prayer night with Elim", and the pastor of Antioch Church also testified "We have lots of things to do in 2018, so I'm really worried about how we can do all things, but when we prayed I saw how God has already worked through each ministry and each person. Now I'm convinced that we can do all things well this year for sure."

Elim Korea is planning for holding the prayer vigil every week. May God bless the mission development of Korea churches through His people's sincere prayers.

 

 

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