Enlarge My Territory

I Chronicles 4:10 says, And Jabez called on the God of Israel, saying, Oh that thou wouldest bless me indeed, and enlarge my coast, and that thine hand might be with me, and that thou wouldest keep me from evil, that it may not grieve me! And God granted him that which he requested.

When you take a look at this passage and get to know Jabez you can understand why he is asking God for these four requests. You understand why God granted his requests.

Let’s look at one of the requests regarding enlarging his coast. This increase can be in his territory for business growth, influence in the community, increase in resources and an increase in his love for God.

Here at SOS Events Ministry, the Lord has been blessing with enlarged territories in the areas of more people being trained to share the simple plan of salvation, more souls saved, increased places whereby getting the Word of God out. For instance, in the past 2 months we had a team go to Belize to witness and saw 80 people trust the Lord, increased training in New York, new churches scheduling presentations and getting active in sharing God’s love to the community, and soul winning events in several states.

The Lord wants to grant the requests of His children when they are sincere about serving Him. Jabez was sincere. SOS Events is sincere. We pray you are sincere in serving the Lord at your local church and in the community where you live.  If we can help train and bring a fresh way of sharing God’s love to your community, please contact us via office phone 813-494-7512. God bless.

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