REVIVE in REVIEW


Sean Smith, preaching out of Judges 3,  brought forth a prophetic word last night that in these days of “double wicked darkness” the church doesn’t need the programs of men, but the “power of God!” The video above was used to illustrate the call for the church to not be intimidated and smash the enemy, i.e…”puny god.” Here are some highlights that I managed to jot down!

1. God is calling us to be fully invested! Half-hearted Christians will not survive the day.

2. Great shakings are followed by great awakenings!

3. Your character will always be tested before your promotion.

4. Your foundation must be set before your dream will come to pass.

5. Your attachment to your destiny must be greater than the adversity coming at you.

Thank you New Life and everyone who came out to support and gave towards the conference.  The heart and purpose behind this gathering is to see the church in our region live out a supernatural lifestyle! Let’s keep leaning into what God is doing in our region! Special thanks to all of guest speakers: Pastor Paul Goulet, Francis Anfuso, Rev. Sean Smith and our amazing worship team led by Pastor Andre Reis!

We would like to hear any testimonies of healing, breakthrough, and what God did in your life over the last 3 days! Please testify by leaving a comment! Bottom line: What did God do in your life?

 

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  1. I have been struggling with hurt & pain resentment & anger toward those who had done unto me I try to forgive but cant forget because it keeps happening prayed for Gods will to be done and some guidance as to his will for me today a dear friend out of the blew says on facebook I will help you Wendy what can I do I checked like later on he posted this message that had to be given straight from one of God’s loving little Angel In my lords name Jesus the Christ Amen here is what it said Sharon Mitchell-Estrella
    8 hours ago near Sacramento, CA
    “Don’t live your life with hate in your heart. You will end up hurting yourself more than the people you hate. Forgiveness is not saying, “What you did to me is okay.” It is saying, “I’m not going to let what you did to me ruin my happiness forever.” Forgiveness is the remedy. It doesn’t mean you’re erasing the past, or forgetting what happened. It means you’re letting go of the resentment and pain, and instead choosing to learn from the incident and move on with your life. Remember, the less time you spend hating the people who hurt you, the more time you’ll have to love the people who love you.”

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