Migration Testimonies

Submitted by: K.T. who migrated from Palatine, IL to Madison, WI in 2009 to attend school.

What is the spiritual highlight of your migration?
Migrating to a small locality surviving from turmoil and starting a campus work from scratch, I really learned the sweetness and need to be one with the Lord and with the saints.  Where the saints are one, the Lord commands the blessing.  I was not able to attend the FTTA. So instead, the Lord lead me here and it has been a training of its own. For the first time in my life, I was desperate, really desperate to be built up with others, to be vitally connected to others.  I had nothing else I cared for in that city except the church. If I was not in the church, I would have no other hope and would have been miserably depressed. In a small locality, you have to drop all your excuses for your spiritual shortcomings.  We cannot afford to waste the Lord’s time. He does not have many options, you must stand and you must prophesy. If you don’t think your one talent is needed, migrate to a small locality.  If you need more personal perfecting, migrate to a small locality. Praise the Lord for all the blessing that comes with migrating.

Is there anything else you would like to explain or share?
Please encourage some to attend UW-Madison as students. Many of us are graduating and, without a student base, we cannot have a student organization and the campus work will become very difficult.

One thought on “Migration Testimonies

  1. Amen. Praise the Lord that when we are uprooted from our comfortable situations, it causes us to really be desperate before the Lord. I really appreciated this matter of seeking to be one with the Lord, practicing the one accord in the church, and exercising to use our one talent to be useful to the Lord.

    May the Lord bless the UW-Madison campus with many students enjoying Christ for the church life there!

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