Looking back at the 2019 North America College Training – Why Post This Now?

In addition to a glorious full week of the college training, there were also 40 days of prayer surrounding this event which laid the tracks for God to bless this generation of college students. Why post this now? Take a look at the last item of prayer from the 40 days:

The lasting impact of this college training, including upon those who did not have the chance to attend.

(touching video at the end of this post)

These items are an excerpt of what can be found at the College Training Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/collegetraining)

June 11: Safe travel for all attendees, including all flights, shuttle rides, and cross country drives.
June 12: Grace to all the local saints for hosting students before and after the college training on their way to/from the college training.
June 13: Full health for all attendees with no spread of sickness.
June 14: The weather would be clear on July 14 around the country so all the planes can be on time, and all buses from Chicago will arrive on time.

June 15: The weather during the college training would be conducive to fellowship, convenient for getting from place to place, and allowing for healthy outdoor activities.
June 16: Smooth execution among all the different practical services, including ushering, registration, and audio-visual, for the sake of the impartation of the word.
June 17: The safety and security of all of the trainees for the entire duration of the college training.
June 18: The smooth and seamless service of the university staff in areas like food preparation, dorm management, and climate control.

June 19: Pray that the heart of each trainee would be prepared for the training. May each one’s hear be the good earth to hear and understand the word and bear fruit.
June 20: Pray that each serving one would enjoy the anointing of the Spirit and the supply of grace to be kept in absolute oneness and the one accord so that there would be a way for the Lord to command His blessing.
June 21: Pray that each trainee would have a clear sky by maintaining a conscience that is void of offense towards God and man.
June 22: There will be more than 37 brothers, including some senior co-workers who will be ministering the Word during this
week. Please pray for the rich anointing and out-poured Spirit of power upon each of the brothers.

June 23: Pray for the blending among the students from different cultures, nationalities and backgrounds for the one new man.
June 24: Pray that the recently graduated high school seniors would genuinely and personally touch the Lord and consecrate their college years to the Lord. (Fact: 303 High school grads are attending the NACT).
June 25: Pray that each small group would be full of mutuality, overflowing, and shepherding.
June 26: Pray that the Lord would loose many tongues to testify and strengthen the word released the messages.

June 27: The students would allow the word of God to dwell in them richly, being constituted with the Word through memorizing many verses.
June 28: The Spirit would be fully released and flow in all of the singing in every session.
June 29: The deepening of the students’ private and hidden life with the Lord in the mornings.
June 30: The increased taste and desire for the reading of the ministry through the college training.

July 1: The opening of the eyes of the students to see Christ as never before.
July 2: The Lord would cause the students to experience the greatest transfer from darkness to light and from the authority of Satan to God.
July 3: The students would continually confess their sins to obtain restoration through forgiveness.
July 4: The students would take God as their portion, pursue Christ, exercise their heart and their spirit, and partake of the word of His grace.
July 5: The students would give themselves to the church life by participating in the church meetings and pursuing Christ with spiritual companions.

July 6: The Lord would sanctify this week unto Him to be a time of enjoying Him as the reality of the Sabbath year, a time of resting in Him and separation from the world, so that He can bring everyone into the full experience of the jubilee.
July 7: The students would live their lives in the age of the jubilee, the age of Christ as grace dispensed into us for our enjoyment by His words of grace, an age of ecstasy for our salvation.
July 8: All of the students would be recovered to God as their lost divine possession, their portion, possessing Him by enjoying Him through the Word and by the Spirit.

July 9: Every student would enjoy Christ as the freedom of the jubilee by “switching on” the law of the Spirit of life installed in their spirit through remaining in contact with Him and walking according to the spirit.
July 10: All would appreciate being returned to the church as their divine family, the church, a dwelling place for God’s rest and for the accomplishing of His eternal purpose.
July 11: Lord Jesus would appear to each one, His appearing would give them a vision, and they would enjoy and propagate the resurrected Christ as the jubilee unto the uttermost part of the earth.
July 12: Each student would receive a commission from the Lord to contact and preach the gospel to their fellow students proclaiming the gospel—Christ as the jubilee of grace!

July 13: The Lord’s covering of all of the serving saints and their families from any attacks from
the evil one.
July 14: Satan would have no ground in the atmosphere on campus or in the beings of all those
attending the college training.
July 15: Bind Satan from getting the youngest and newest ones among us in their minds about
any matters of truth or practice.

July 16: Hurricane Barry is on course to hit Champaign on Tuesday, bringing thunderstorms and rain. In addition, temperatures are climbing into the high 90s throughout the week. Pray for the Lord’s safekeeping of all the students and serving ones still travelling to Champaign and as they walk and drive from dorms to venues. Pray for no disruption to the schedule or facilities.
July 17: The students would consecrate their lives and futures to the Lord absolutely for His
purpose and glory.
July 18: The students would practice the things that they have seen and heard at the college
training beginning immediately after they return home.
July 19: The Lord would call many students to give their futures to the Lord and vow to attendFTTA to be made useful to Him.
July 20: The lasting impact of this college training, including upon those who did not have the
chance to attend.