Saturday, March 31, 2012

If God gives us more years....what would we do with them?

What if God gave us 30 more years to live. What would we do with those years?  What impact could we have that would last for all eternity?  What lives would be changed because we were on the planet?  What legacy would we leave?

I desire to see 10,000 people who are disciples of Christ, who love Him with all they are and love others with abandon.   Their lives will be filled with passion because they know God and they understand what He who they now are in Him, forever seals, forever changed, and filled with the resurrection power with which He raised Jesus from the dead.  They will abandon themselves and live in whole hearted devotion to God, from all tribes and tongues and peoples. 

I desire to see a movement begin across Canada, into the US and across the world.  People who know the gospel and proclaim it; walking with God as He calls others out of darkness into His marvelous light.  People who know how to disciple them and teach them the ways of God, so they might know how to lead others to know God and teach others the ways of God.  One by one, until momentum is reached to a tsumani force that rocks the world with the grace of God.  Transformation.  Living vibrant faith.  Joy that overflows and impacts a world where despair and hopelessness is common.  Where living for things which will pass away is the norm. 

Let's change the world, one person at a time.  Loving people and speaking the truth in love, proclaiming the goodness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Those who are called will hear what the Spirit is saying to them, and be birthed from death to life.

What impact do you think 10,000 sold out people would have in the world? It only took 12, 2000 years ago, to begin a movement that rocked the whole world and is continuing today....


  1. I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.

    Luke 15:7

    Jai Yeeshu


  2. Thank you, Nancy, for writing this and living it. What a breath of fresh air!



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