Last Friday night thousands gathered in hubs across the world to pray in unity for the things God had been placing on our hearts. So what did you miss?
Things like this:
We had people praying from Canada...
Prayer Night at KCC: noticed something very special & powerful i e 80% of the participants were young people who brought amazing energy as we worshiped Jesus & during the moments of prayers. Feeling so blessed about attracting youths into prayer meetings pic.twitter.com/Zf0cWroYw6— Edward Buria (@edfriMiracle) March 24, 2018
...aided by the marvels of technology:
For Tom Scrivens it was the best one yet:
So tonight was maybe the 7th or 8th ENOUGH half-night of prayer we’ve had over last 3 years. And it was, I think the best. 150 people at its height here tonight and so many stayed late to pray, pray and pray some more.
I always think surely we’ve had enough of ENOUGH now, but when you see answered prayed before your very eyes such as the now flourishing Redeemer Church Colchester (which we prayed for in its infancy at the first ever ENOUGH) you’re somewhat encouraged to keep going cos prayer works!
As wearying as it can be for church teams to plan, set up, lead and pack down from these events, it’s SO worth it. Through these events churches truly get caught up in apostolic advance. It’s not the job of a few super stars but only possible through the prayers of many.
As a church leader I couldn’t ask for anything better than for our flock to be exposed to Mike Betts endlessly banging the drum about prayer and leading us to call out to God for revival. There is no other way that we’re going to see true and lasting change!
One of those nights when you just wish everyone in your church could’ve been there. Gladly many many were. Now to bottle this passion about corporate prayer and spray it out at nearest opportunity to all who couldn’t be there. #prayersofmany
Whether the gatherings were large or small, the consensus seems to be that ENOUGH was not enough, and we're looking forward to more and better spreading further: