Wherever the Spirit wanted to go, they went, because there the Spirit went; and
the wheels were lifted together with them, for the Spirit of the living creatures
was in the wheels. Ezekiel 1:20
Job – an example
Over the years, I have pondered upon Job 42:10 a, »And the Lord restored Job’s losses when he prayed for his friends.« I did this and noticed that many things in my life took a turn for the better. Very soon, I sensed that my identification in prayer and intercession for our community, Germany
and the nations made a positive impact on my life. Things began to develop: I went on outreaches with our midnight mission teams, was in charge of a group of 40 on our ministry team, headed up our aftercare community and saw that I became a blessing to others. My life gave evidence that God often makes the intercessor himself an answer to his prayers, and how God’s vision merges with our lives.
Wheels and Rims
During a prayer time in the Prayer House for the Nations, God set my focus on Ezekiel 1 and its bond to missions. This unity between the missionaries on the mission field and the intercessors over here,
who release the mission work spiritually in prayer and by providing resources, is extremely important and only possible through the Holy Spirit! The intercessors are like the wheels and the rims, which Ezekiel saw in his vision. The creatures and the wheels both moved by the same Spirit. The wheels carry the mission of the missionaries. If the wheels are only small and inflexible, it will automatically
make an impact on the missions abroad. In Ezekiel’s vision, the wheels and rims were big. They were stable enough to carry and advance God’s work. As team of the Prayer House for the Nations, we position ourselves anew and want to provide a stable and dynamic prayer foundation for our missionaries abroad. That way we create a strong bond between the missionary and the intercessors
over here, who stand before God and receive prophetic impulses as well as release finances, spiritual breakthrough and protection in prayer. The power and size of our wheels – our prayers and unity
with God’s Spirit – have an impact on the power of our missions and missionaries abroad. I am wishing for you to make this precious experience of dreaming big and seeing how God leads and guides you to take your land as your possession! I’d like to say thank you for all prayers and all financial support. Both enable us to teach and equip God’s people in how to pray as well as to
become a strong support for those who are on the mission field and bring in the harvest!
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