Friday, January 7, 2011

December, 2010 Update

By Nathan D. Pietsch

December, 2010 update from the mission field

January 7, 2010

December was an amazing month for Dawn and I on the mission field. We left New Jersey and headed south to Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia for our second time.
God showed up powerfully in many ways. Here is a brief list of some of the highlights from the month.

  • Numerous salvations—people received Jesus
  • Preached at a church in Maryland
  • Lower back pain healed
  • Shoulder pain healed
  • Knee pain healed
  • Youths prophesied
  • Prophetic words released
  • Numerous baptisms in the Holy Spirit—evident by speaking in tongues
  • Ministered at Alzheimer’s facility
  • Released purpose and destiny over people
  • Prayer marched all over Washington DC
Praise Report

Dawn and I were able to minister in a wonderful church in Maryland. I was able to preach a short message, and then activate the group to prophesy words of encouragement and destiny over each other. The Holy Spirit continued to show up as several students supernaturally got healed of physical pain. Finally, numerous youths got filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in tongues. (See I Corinthians 14:4.)

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2011 Forecast

I believe 2011 is going to be a very critical year. I believe God is going to pour out a tremendous amount of grace and mercy upon anybody who desires to receive it.

We are going to start seeing radical revival on the streets and in the market places. God is going to pour out His Holy Spirit in marvelous ways—through miraculous signs and wonders of healing, deliverance, and salvation, that are going to glorify Jesus Christ.

God is going to use anybody who is willing to step out in boldness. Those who are willing to pray for sick and injured people, and willing to share the simple love of Jesus. Jesus is calling home his prodigals who are currently in the pigpens. (See Luke 15:11-32.)

However, I also believe those people who refuse to receive the grace and mercy of the Lord are going to find themselves fighting against God. (See Acts 5:38-39.) It is going to start getting very difficult for those who do not draw near to the Lord. For God says, draw near to me, and I will draw near to you. (See James 4:8.)

God is also getting ready to make a distinction between the sheep and goats. (See Matthew 25:32-46.) In Exodus 8:23, God made a distinction between the Israelites and the Egyptians. It is time to be “all in.”

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