A Note from the Directors
It was a peculiar season where we experienced nothing like we have had in the past. As the world came under the effects of a global pandemic, it seemed as if GOD was hedging us in to a new rhythm of the deeper waters in Him.
In the natural, we faced restrictions that seemingly hindered us from moving forward but there was a compelling drawing from the LORD for us to go deeper. We had spent most of the months in 2020, praying and interceding for God to move mightily through the body of Christ in the nations, and Psalm 23 guided and led us to a place of stillness, to know that “HE is the LORD” in all situations and circumstances.
In that quiet confidence, we found that He had prepared a table before us and caused us to flourish where we were planted, though in a trying season.
Prayer and Intercession
GOD was drawing us closer to HIM where HE caused our eyes to see, ears to hear, and hearts to perceive what HE was about to do in the coming season. The “Every Creature” mandate was at the heart of our intercession times as we contended for revival in the nations, especially for Israel, Wales, Myanmar and the United States of America. We prayed for GOD to do a unifying work across the generations; where the hearts of the fathers are turned to the children, and the hearts of the children are turned to the fathers. These are still the prayers we are pressing into.
We are currently opening our doors to receive our first visitors and it has been lovely to have them coming on-site, enjoying, and praying in the garden. While we await further guidelines of measures to ease up from the Welsh government, the college is quickly making plans for a return to a “more than normal” pre-Covid day.
This stirring of the Lord and the anticipated, impending awakening across nations is causing us to lean into and to draw even nearer. His call to enlist in the Joel 2 army, knowing surely “it is not by our might, not by our own strength but by the Spirit of the living GOD” will we be able to hit the mark of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.
As we continue to seek the LORD, we are reminded of God’s plan for He says “My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither your ways are my ways, declares the LORD. As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways and My thoughts than your thoughts.” (Isaiah 55:8-9)
We are thankful for the global saints of God, for your constant support and encouragement to the college, and believing with us in this vision. As often as you remember, pray with us and for us at the college.
Shalom my friends,
Directors and Staff
The Bible College of Wales