We are on assignments from heaven to people waiting for us to show up, to be touched by God, and to get a word from God. Deut. 1:11 says, “May the Lord God make you 1000 times more numerous than you are and bless you as He has promised you.” The kingdom of God is righteousness, peace, and joy of the Holy Spirit. Be sensitive to the Holy Spirit so that you don’t miss any opportunities. God wants to bring increase into His kingdom and into us individually. There was a shift in us, a shift that will take us beyond ourselves into a place of faith for others so they can be made whole. Each assignment is a “must do”. Ps. 115:9-18 God blesses those who fear the Lord. He will increase us and our children. Ps. 2:8 Ask of God, and He will give us the nations for His inheritance, and the ends of the earth for His possession. Possess by your faith. Matt. 19:26 tells us that with God all things are possible. Mark 9:23 tells us that if you can believe, all things are possible. Mark 9:17-29 God wants us to get rid of the unbelief in our hearts. How do you get to belief? Fasting and prayer. Intercession and prayer change the atmosphere. It’s a lifestyle. For the 1000 times more to happen, it will take intercession and prayer. Mark 10:27; Mark 14:36; Jer. 23:17; Luke 1:26-28 all affirm that nothing is impossible with God. We are highly favored of the Lord, blessed, part of the anointing that Pastor Dale has. God is always with us (Matt. 28:18-20); Heb. 13:5, 6. Ps. 138:7, 8; and Matt. 9:36-38 reveal of God’s love and care for us. Pray for God to send forth the laborers into the harvest. John 4:31-38 is the general assignment- to God’s will and finish His work. Go to the harvest, which He has already prepared for you. To do the assignments, people will have to depend on the Holy Spirit and God’s love and mercy. Pray and obey. The steps of obedience will bring His grace and power to bring in the harvest. We are carriers of revival. There was a time of ministry for people who want to make prayer a priority. There were several words to people during and at the end of the sermon.