"And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ."

Philippians 1:6

This week our church planting movement principle is encouraging us to look up with confidence as we go out to launch multiplying movements. With our focus always upwards toward God and who He is, then we can anticipate Him doing great things in and through us. The rapid multiplication comes as we surrender and trust that it is truly God’s will we are doing on the earth and He has everything in His hands to see His purposes accomplished through it all. Today, consider how the God who began a good work in you so many years ago will complete it on the earth working through you today and beyond.

Disciple's Prayer for Today:

"Father, thank You that you always, always hear my voice. Thank You right now you are so close to me and living inside me. Thank You for what a mystery my salvation is to me and how great it is to be able to thank You for all you’ve done in my life. I know You are at work in and through me. Today create a sense of expectation in me of what you are about to do through me in all you’ve called me to do. Help me labor to see Your will done on earth as it is done in heaven.”

Prayer for the Unreached of the Day:

"Father, thank You for the Hausa in Nigeria. Let Your glory shine like a bright light among these peoples. Enter in by your Holy Spirit to each home and family among these Hausa in Nigeria. Send mighty angels to work with those You've called to be living sacrifices and change the spiritual dynamics; bring the gospel to each ear and to each heart. Bring to full completion every good work You have ordained and build Your Church today which multiplies for Your glory."

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