Dear Praying Titus Women,
In Numbers 1-10, Moses was ready to lead the people of Israel into God’s Promised Land. Israel had just witnessed God’s mighty hand deliver them from the slavery of Egypt; He carried them as if on Eagle’s wings, and they experienced firsthand His voice of truth, His presence of love and His promised provision. Yet instead of a people standing with Moses, ready to move forward, excited and expecting God to grant them the beautiful life He promised, Moses found Himself dealing with a stiff-necked, hard-hearted, un-submissive people full of complaints, cravings and criticism. Jesus had given Moses the tool for victory ahead of time: sound the trumpets (Chapter 10). He says, “When you must gather before His Tabernacle, sound the trumpets. When there is an assembly, sound the trumpets. When the enemies attack you, sound the alarm with the trumpets. In times of gladness, blow the trumpets.” The interesting discovery is there is no record of Moses ever doing so. I wonder what would have taken place if He had heeded this instruction.
Ladies, The trumpets are blowing. Can you hear them? There is a battle raging against the people of God like I have never witnessed in my lifetime. We want to invite you to join the Titus team for special unified prayer, “sounding the trumpets.” During Easter Week, March 25-29, will you join us as we offer focused, sacrificial prayer and some form of fasting in preparation for the upcoming Discipleship Summit? Let us ask Him to search our own hearts, provide the necessary funds for attendees and summit expenses, summon women to set aside the dates in the midst of a very busy life for attending, anoint all those ministering from musicians to maintenance, and for hungry hearts to hear and respond. Let us believe together for God to pour out His Holy Spirit in a fresh, powerful work among us like never before. We are sounding the battle cry for God to have mercy! Pray as if your life depends upon it! It does!
Thank you for uniting with us in prayer – Jesus is longing to answer. (Isaiah 30:18)