My prayer is that letter finds you well and fully alive in the purposes of God. This year is truly one of promise, acceleration, and harvest. I am encouraged by what I sense taking place both in my personal life and the life of the universal church. Over the last two months, we have been focusing on our assignment in the United States. The first Friday of 2018, we hosted a night of worship in partnership with Gospel Tabernacle Church. It was truly a night in which we encountered the beauty of God.
The first two months of this year, I have ministered in Florence, South Carolina, High Point, Raleigh and Whiteville, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Lindale, Texas, Augusta, Georgia, and Wildwood and Pennsauken, New Jersey. Each place where I had the privilege of ministering God moved in a unique and powerful manner. I am continually amazed and grateful to see what God is manifesting in the world today.
This month I will have my first international trip of 2018. I will be ministering in Germany and Switzerland, with one conference in each nation. This year I will also be ministering in Romania, Moldova, Israel, Iceland and Tanzania. Would you prayerfully consider an additional seed offering for our work in the nations?
At the close last year, I was in the nation of India ministering to pastors and leaders. The first morning I was to minister, I began to reflect that one person’s simple Yes to God can change a family and generations forever. In 1969, my father Angel Suarez escaped from Cuba. While beginning his life in the United States, a man named Angel Velez gave him the Gospel of John and encouraged him to visit his church. My dad, being raised Catholic, initially resisted but eventually visited Angel’s church on a Sunday morning. The first Sunday my father attended Angel’s church, He was gloriously born-again. Angel also made sure that after my father was born-again, he would be properly discipled. Over forty-nine years ago Angel Velez said Yes to
ministering to a young Cuban refugee, and because of his Yes you and I are co-laborers in the Kingdom.
My simple encouragement to you is to always say Yes! In our fellowship with God, we must daily make a conscious decision to have our reply to God always be a Yes! The desire of God is to see nations transformed through the teaching and living of His people. The transformation of culture cannot go beyond the simple Yes of the people of God. I believe no matter what our sphere of influence, God has given us the ability to change humanity’s family lineage through the hope that God has placed in us. Our very existence in the Kingdom was dependent on another’s Yes, and we now have the same responsibility to humanity. Whether it is a prophetic word, an invitation to your home, or an invitation for coffee, please keep saying Yes to the will of God, no matter how insignificant it may seem.
I want to thank you once again for your continued Yes to partnership with the vision God has given this ministry. We live in the greatest time in Church history; may the Church be reformed and nations transformed in our day.
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