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February 4, 2016, 5:40 PM

Youth Are The Church of Today — Nate Randol



I am posting a thought from Nate Randol, a member of our Student Ministry leadership. 

There is a call upon the young people of the Apostolic movement to rise up and step into the dimension where God given power and authority saturates their lives! God is not afraid to use young people! David was in his middle teenage years when he defeated Goliath; Josiah was 8 when he became king, 16 when he began to seek Jehovah, and 20 when he began to rid the kingdom of idolatry; Mary was a mere teenager when she gave birth to Jesus; Joseph was 17 when his brothers sold him into slavery and he began his journey to becoming the ruler of Egypt! I'm sorry, but I can't be persuaded that God can't use you because you are too young. He is no respecter of person and He's no respecter of age! If He can use a donkey to speak to Balaam, then He can surely anoint and use the youth of today! We need to grab ahold of the Holy Ghost and fire and let it lead us to the realm of the supernatural! I don't want to be content sitting by and watching God use just the adults; I want to see kids lay hands on the sick and they recover; I want to see children pray people through to the Holy Ghost; I want to see teenagers become prayer warriors; I want to see soul winners and witnesses come from our Sunday School classes! Look out devil! The next wave of Hell Raze-ers are here and we won't be silenced or restrained! I Peter 2:9: "But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light!" Young people, we need to become serious about praying, fasting, witnessing, reading the word, worshipping, and following the voice of God NOW more than ever before!


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