Australia Prays in the Spirit of the Moravians

Our Lamb

The Moravian Global Mission Movement: an example for us to follow.

Refugees who came onto Count Zinzendorf’s land in Germany in 1722, experienced  transformation and unity when the Holy Spirit fell upon them on August 13, 1727. They committed themselves to night and day pray that lasted over hundred years and launched a protestant missionary movement to the ends of the earth. The area, now known as Herrnhut, means “The Lord’s Watch.”

The Moravians said, “Our Lamb has conquered. Let us Follow Him.” They are an example for us to follow. See more at http://partnersinprayer.org.au/the-moravian-revivial/

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Share their inspiring story with others:

“Spirit of the Moravians” Vision Teaser on Vimeo

▶ 3:09 https://vimeo.com › Global Net › Videos Jun 2, 2017 It’s time to tell one of the greatest stories never told! From one small community of 18th century believers …

Spirit of the Moravians 3-min on Vimeo

▶ 3:28 https://vimeo.com › Global Net › Videos Nov 27, 2017 This video is designed to inspire local church’s to engage in reaching the unreached, and galvanize for the …

 

Spirit of the Moravians 9-min in Moravian Prayer Movement on Vimeo

▶ 9:02 https://vimeo.com › Global Net › Videos Nov 27, 2017 This video is designed to inspire local church’s to engage in reaching the unreached, and galvanize for the …

The Moravians – 100 Year Prayer Meeting – YouTube

▶ 1:07 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixiuE_Nb6D0 Nov 19, 2010 – Uploaded by Consuming Fire Revival Channel A Prayer for Purity by Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1703-1791) O Thou, to whose all-searching sight The …

COUNT ZINZENDORF AND THE SPIRIT OF THE MORAVIANS…

▶ 1:44 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XTBkUGHy3U Jan 13, 2014 – Uploaded by Xulon Press Xulon Press introduces COUNT ZINZENDORF AND THE SPIRIT OF THE MORAVIANS by author Paul Wemmer …

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