What wilt thou that I should do unto thee?

Lwowek - Platkowice, Poland Conference May '08

Jesus asked the blind man in Mark 10:51 a question that seemingly had an obvious answer. What do you want me to do for you? Wouldn't the blind man want his sight restored? Often our expection or what we are waiting on God for could be too abstract or undefined. Jesus has to ask us at times obvious questions that seem almost offensive in their simplicity because we ourselves do not know what we ask or even how to ask. God wants us to take a hold of Him in Isaiah 64:7 and not let go until we receive from God what He has for us and the lost world we live in. But if we behold iniquity in our heart we will not take a hold of Him but we will be taken ahold of by the world system and the spirit of this age. The Spirit in us knows how to ask, and He is asking, with much unction and passion. He is asking for us, for His people in Poland. We too ask, hearing the voice of Christ praying. Let's ask him for Poland.
We had a precious time with about 80 people in a 400 year old castle around the Word, vision and edification. We all sense the stirring of the Spirit for this country that has a small protestant movement. There are more protestant churches in Ukraine than there are in Poland and there is a great need for churchplanters there. Please check out the photos, videos and messages P. Maciek has uploaded to the GGWO Poland Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=11220792217

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