Today we spent pretty much the whole day just with the saints!
This morning we had our morning revival and fellowship time in two homes.
We sang and enjoyed the Lord together, and we heard the saints’ testimonies of how the Lord brought them to migrate to Frankfurt. It was really good!
Then we went to visit the University of Frankfurt. #backtoschool
A brother who studies here gave us a very informative tour, and we had lunch on campus.
While we were on campus, we took the opportunity to speak to students. We enjoyed meeting our new friend here and sharing about the Lord.
At the same time, a small group of us went to help some saints move their luggage – they are moving to Frankfurt and arrived today from Switzerland. Praise the Lord for another family in Frankfurt!
Later on, we split into small groups to have prayer meetings and food in different saints’ homes. This particular group had an enjoyable fellowship and prayer with this family (and with human size teddy bears)! Praise the Lord!
The other groups also had a good prayer time for the Lord’s move in Germany, and also good food and fellowship. Here is a picture of two brothers from Ireland, reunited in Frankfurt.
One sister shared her experience from the past few days:
My personal enjoyment today, having joined a second prayer meeting with the saints in Germany (in Stuttgart and Frankfurt), is that I really sense the Lord’s presence among His people. The prayers in the UK are just the same as the prayers in Germany. For the last two/three months we have been praying for saints to migrate to Germany, more homes, and for more fruit. I had heard the reports from saints who joined the gospel trips reflecting that the Lord is answering our prayers. But being here and seeing the migrating saints with my own eyes, contacting the new believers in the meetings is really so REAL. Thank you Lord for being the faithful One. He is seeking cooperation from us, through prayer, through going, and through giving.
As you can see, we’re really sad to leave Frankfurt tomorrow 🙁
But we are looking forward to more enjoyment of the Lord on our journey, and at our next destination…! 🙂