Timeless Message

I invite you to travel back in time by listening to an audio recording.

When: July 1974

Where: Lausanne, Switzerland

What: The first International Congress on World Evangelization

Who: Corrie ten Boom

The International Congress on World Evangelization was the result of Dr. Billy Graham’s interest to re-frame Christian mission in a world of political, economic, intellectual, and religious upheaval. The church, he believed, had to grasp the ideas and values behind rapid changes in society. More than 2,000 evangelical leaders, from 150 countries attended and participated in the historic gathering. Please visit Lausanne Movement to learn about the history and current happenings in the Lausanne Movement today. Yes, what began in 1974 continues to be an active movement today.

Below is the audio recording of Billy Graham introducing Corrie ten Boom at one of the meetings during the historic gathering in 1974. You will hear Corrie speak on the need for the Holy Spirit’s power in the Christian life. She shares how we can live with God’s boundless resources as we obey the command to be filled with the Spirit. The Spirit of God gives us the power to be witnesses for the great commission. This is one of many timeless messages by Corrie.

Click on the link below to listen to the audio of Corrie ten Boom speaking at the Lausanne Congress.

The Holy Spirit Gives Power

As you live this new life, we pray that you will be strengthened from God’s boundless resources, so that you will find yourselves able to pass through any experience and endure it with courage. You will even be able to thank God in the midst of pain and distress because you are privileged to share the lot of those who are living in the light. For we must never forget that he rescued us from the power of darkness, and re-established us in the kingdom of his beloved Son, that is, in the kingdom of light. For it is by his Son alone that we have been redeemed and have had our sins forgiven.  ~ Colossians 1:11-14   J.B. Phillips

 

 

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