Heaven and Earth unite in prayer over Australia at 4:30pm this Sat 23rd June as CTFM team fly to Israel / Prayer Movements in America8 Comments Published June 22nd, 2012 in Australia, Bible, Christian Church Issues, Courage, Family, Israel, Prayer, Rise Up Australia, Sri Lanka, United States of America
1) This Saturday the 23rd of June, a team of around 70 intercessory prayer warriors from Catch The Fire Ministries, from all across Australia, will be leaving to Israel for a 10 day tour and mission in the Holy Land.
Pr Daniel, along with his family, will be heading up this team to Israel first and then Sri Lanka. Everyone going is so very excited and looking forward to a great trip led by the Spirit of God!
We would greatly appreciate if you could join together in prayer from 4.30pm-5pm this Sat 23rd June in praying and claiming Australia for Jesus, as around 70 intercessors with CTFM will be in a aircraft flying over Australia and will storm heaven in prayer, declaring ‘Australia for Jesus’ at the same time!
Pr Daniel stated, “We are expecting mighty things to happen on this mission tour as we prayer walk the streets where our Savoir Jesus Christ walked. On the last trip to Israel, many mighty things happened, including the rising of the dead. This time we are expecting more. Please do uphold us in prayer.”
2) For those of you in the Melbourne area, our weekly CTFM worship services are this Sunday 24th June at 9:30am & 6:30pm.
Also for those of you in the Melbourne area, you’re most welcome to join our weekly intercessory prayer meeting this Friday 22nd June at 7:30pm, that is open to the wider Body of Christ to pray for Australia’s Spiritual Revival, Reformation and Transformation in the Kingdom of God.
Our Youth service meets regularly on Saturdays at 5pm.
All of these meetings will be held at Catch the Fire Apostolic Centre, 23 Melverton Drive Hallam. Mel 96:G2
3) We’re forwarding the following email we received for your prayerful interest.
PRAYER MOVEMENTS BUILDING in AMERICA
-extracts from AG News.
A rising tide of concern is sweeping through the body of Christ as America drifts farther and farther away from its moral and biblical moorings. In response, prayer initiatives are budding in an attempt to call people across denominational and parachurch ministry lines to seek God’s intervention…
“There is a very real sense that we are facing an unprecedented moral and spiritual decline in our nation,” says John Maempa, director of the Office of Prayer and Spiritual Care. “Desperation is building among many within the church to call upon God in these very challenging days. Conditions today are bringing the Church together as never before. We are battling a common enemy, Satan; addressing a common problem, sin; and presenting a common solution, salvation through Jesus Christ our Lord.”
OneCry, a prayer initiative launched under the auspices of Life Action Ministries early this year, is mobilizing thousands of people across the United States to pray daily for a spiritual awakening that will revitalize the Church and transform the culture. Drafting a “declaration of national spiritual emergency,” OneCry proclaims, “true revival is the only hope to reverse our spiritual recession and enable us once again to display the beauty of Jesus Christ and His gospel throughout the world.”
For the past four years, Cry Out America, under the Awakening America Alliance, has urged believers to gather at county court- houses to pray for God’s intervention in America. Again this year, a call to pray is being issued for Sept. 11, 2012. Additionally, on Sept. 29, many people will gather in Philadelphia for the America for Jesus solemn assembly, an event that will be simulcast to churches across the nation.
Dan Biser, a pastor shepherding two Southern Baptist churches in West Virginia, has long sensed a deep need to call together any who will come to “Broken Before the Throne” prayer gatherings. A call to churches across denominational lines has again been issued for July 14-20, 2012…
We are to do what they did in the book of Acts, what they did in every occurrence of persecution, what they did in times of such evil– they prayed!” says Biser. “They came together for they knew that there was no power left in their means and methods; there was no power in their organization; there was no power in their education; there was only the power of God.”