Friday, February 02, 2007

One Vision - Crying Out for Revival at UCLA

Here I am in Taiwan at the moment, preparing, praying and seeking God as we will invade Taipei University in the next week with thousands of students from all over the nation being envisioned and equipped to see Taiwan turn to Christ. At the same time, my heart is still burdened for UCLA back home. My heart is burning with prayer for both lands, for each need healing.

Right before I left to Taiwan last Monday, over 400+ Christ followers at UCLA gathered on campus for a night of repentance, unity and prayer for revival. This gathering "One Vision' was divine, for the first time in years, students and leaders from different fellowships and local churches came together, humbled themselves before God and one another, lifted up the name of Jesus as One Body of Christ on the campus of UCLA. It was in one word, powerful. The Holy Spirit flooded the room, as leaders from different fellowships joined hands and declared One Vision: to see the name of Jesus made famous at UCLA, to see God get His glory back on this campus. Students all over the room, got on their knees and repented for their own personal sins, and the sins of our land. Declaring spiritual war against materialism, sexual immorality, pride, injustice to the unborn, lukewarmness and the idolatry of our own hearts. We asked God to give us clean hands and a pure heart. We asked God to forgive us for judging, competing and being divided against one another as Christians. We realized, that no matter what fellowship or minor doctrinal differences, we have one common denominator; JESUS CHRIST! We realized it would take the Whole Body of Christ, to take the Whole Gospel to the Whole Campus!

My heart broke, as I witnessed students crying out in repentance and revival for UCLA, praying for the salvation of their dorm mates, pockets of lost students and lost friends. My heart was overjoyed when I saw leaders from IV, Campus Crusade, AACF, GOC, PC, KCCC, KCM, CCM, Garden Fellowship, Chi Alpha and so many other brothers and sisters in Christ join hands, reconcile their differences, and pray together for the salvation of the lost at UCLA. There was an open heaven, you could feel it in the air, prayers were being answered because "How blessed it is when brethren dwell together in unity." (Psalm 133) But that evening was just the continuation of something wonderful and beautiful at UCLA. Students have been praying all over campus, and witnessing to their lost friends. That night, the Body of Christ at UCLA committed to Unite in Prayer & Unite in Action. Practically, we committed to praying 24-7 this quarter for one week, to start revival prayer meetings all over different parts of the campus, and for each student to adopt a pocket of people on campus who don't have the Gospel by being a missionary to them and seeing a missional community established among them. We are taking back what the enemy stole, we are believing God for another chapter in the book of Acts to be written in our generation!

This Sunday, there will be a 24-7 Prayer Tent set up in the middle of Wilson Plaza at UCLA for 7 Days in the public! Students at One Vision were challenged to take up 1 hour shifts around the clock to intercede and stand in the gap for UCLA once more. Already students are signing up to pray, day and night, for justice to roll down like a mighty river into this land. We are praying that students will encounter God in the prayer room, be filled with His Spirit and sent out with His power back onto campus to boldly preach the Gospel with signs, wonders and miracles confirming! It is harvest time at UCLA! We must stand together, prayer together and go out together in His name, for His glory! Lord get your glory back at UCLA!

Pray for UCLA, pray for your own campus, pray for me here in Taiwan as we are asking for the same thing all over the world, that Jesus Christ be lifted up and all men be drawn unto Him! Oh God, give us every campus, in every city in every nation, that they may see Your beauty, Your grace and Your power in this generation!

Please, I urge you to sign up for 247 Prayer at UCLA this week, take up a shift and goto the link below to take your watch on the wall:

http://studio1337.net:8080/cal/calendar.jsp

or join the facebook.com group: UCLA 247 PRAYER

11 Comments:

At 2/02/2007 10:31:00 PM , Blogger Katie said...

May you be obedient to the heavenly vision God has entrusted to you. May you be the Bill Bright of this generation. May your life be a sign and wonder of the power that is available to us all. May you be a cataylyst to a movement, to an uprising that will fan across the entire globe in one generation. And may God supply all your needs, according to His riches and mercy.

 
At 2/04/2007 02:16:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi~J
i just wanna ask you that
how to keep the youth's passion on god?.
how to lead all of them to fellow jesus?
how to face when they leave god
or they do somthing disappointed god and you?
can you please tell me if you were
me how you reaction and how god tells you to do
many thanks
saisai

 
At 2/05/2007 09:00:00 AM , Blogger Bosco said...

Hey Jaeson,

I've been given a great mission/vision from God to unite the Christians of Hong Kong and my passion has never been stronger than recently and only growing stronger.

Abby (hope you remember her) tells me I should talk to you because you've done a similar event in the past with Derek Ma where unity was emphasized. Shame that I didn't get to meet you when I was helping out at Greatest Love but hope to catch you some time when you're back in HK / online.

It's the start of something Great that God's Grace has for Hong Kong and China. Overfilled with joy and trying to seek help or inspiration right now.

Find me at boscotung@gmail.com :)

- Bosco Tung

 
At 2/06/2007 08:29:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Pastor Jaeson,

We miss you Jaes.

 
At 2/08/2007 08:10:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

dear Pastor jeason,

It was a pleasure to have you in Taiwan.

My heart was touching from God, from you, for the moment. Isn't enough 2 explain to you.

it's was a beautiful night.
thank you:)

from Taipei,Taiwan.

 
At 2/09/2007 09:09:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Jaeson,


AWESOME MAN AWESOME!!

PRAISE GOD. ALL GLORY!

 
At 2/09/2007 10:26:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's wonderful! I hope this will also happen in China, Guangzhou. Cos I'm Chinese,I hope revival can be here too.
Please come to the Southern China: )
Blessings,

 
At 2/10/2007 12:38:00 AM , Anonymous Esther Ku said...

Pastor jaeson´Ż×peace

God is good over time

The idea of the God reads aloud high read aloud over our idea
The road of the God is high to lead our road

For wearing divine of cause you arrive at Taiwan to take a matter, God is thus love Taiwan

Thank you for obeying to arrive at Taiwan to take a matter, I is this to appreciate the father God Jesus and Holy spirit

Esther Ku

 
At 2/11/2007 03:49:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Pastor Jaeson,

You are such a catalyst for this generation. make sure you take time for you, and time to rest. Your life is the message. You are the sermon. Take time for you. We love you Pastor Jaeson.

 
At 4/27/2007 11:05:00 AM , Anonymous Jesse Borden said...

Hi Jaeson,
my name is Jesse Borden and you dont know me. Some random way i heard about your book and started looking you up. I am a sophmore (soon to be junior) at westmont college in santa barbara...
basically from what i am seeing and hearing we share a similar passion for our generation and for the church. I dont know neil cole hardly at all but i have met him and i believe he knows my parents...isnt he working down at UCLA with you all?
The whole organic church idea makes me very excited and i am trying to explore that with friends here....
Another connection is 24-7 prayer. my mom is actually on the leadership board and so i feel very connected to those guys and love what God is doign through that whole thing.

so any way...i guess i just wanted to get in contact with you. my email address is jborden@westmont.edu
...
i would love to meet you at some point and hear what God is doing at UCLA and see what connections there might be to what is happening up here.
God bless you! its so cool to see people with similar desires that i havent even met. God is definately stiring something among his people.
jesse

 
At 6/21/2007 07:52:00 AM , Blogger nameless said...

yo man do you know lou engle, and chuck mervin? I heard both of them drop your name and chuck said i should meet you, I was looking for some prayer stuff in hong kong and came across your blog.

 

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