We are seeing the young and old falling in love with prayer and experiencing revival as they experience united prayer at our ARME Bible camps. We have often seen young people coming back to the prayer meeting room, saying, “I can’t stay away. I’m addicted to this place.”
Allyson, a 14-year-old, visited the prayer meeting room one day, then she came back the next day and spent eight hours there. This is her testimony: “I was raised a Seventhday Adventist and have always attended meetings and Bible camps. I grew up knowing our doctrines and professing to have a relationship with God. However, something was always missing, it was never real for me. After coming to the prayer meeting room, I realized why I had no power in my life. I was missing prayer; I was missing a genuine and powerful prayer life.”
In another prayer meeting room, an individual anonymously left a watch and a note behind that read: “This watch is not considered lost but surrendered. I should not have purchased it, and I confess it has become an idol to me. I knew better than to have bought it when I did, and I no longer can keep it. God has revealed to me it is only one layer between Him [and] me . . . and now I have one layer less.”
People are experiencing revival and reformation through the power of united prayer.
1 ARME is an acronym for Adventist Revival Movement for the End Times.
2 For more information about united prayer, please visit www.unitedprayer247.com.