Breaking Impossibility Wall

Breaking Impossibility Wall

After an entire Argentine church was born from the 11-day healing service in Necochea, evangelists traveled to Loberia to continue working. But there, the situation seemed hopeless. Several elderly missionaries, after years of toil, had produced only about a dozen converts. When the new evangelists arrived, the police refused permission for healing services. Exorbitant rental costs, a strong spiritist community, and a week-long pagan carnival combined to form an impenetrable “Impossibility Wall.”

At the first service, only three people came out of a population of 20,000. Abandoned by the other evangelists, only Edward Miller and his wife stood on the 200-person platform. Mid-week, the couple turned to importune prayer. The wall came down! Before long, Argentines seeking healing and salvation packed the venue. The revival then spread to nearby villages.

We’re facing a similar “Impossibility Wall” in Washington, D.C. and in America. Will you dedicate yourself to prayer, and to whatever actions Jesus will ask of you, to break down this wall?

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