27 years ago, Lithuanians were standing like a living wall and protected the most strategic places of our nation – Parliament palace, Radio and TV committee building, the Press house and the TV tower. People were not afraid to stand against Soviet tanks and they were singing patriotic songs which connected freedom seeking hearts of Lithuanian people. In 1991 God had poured out the spirit of freedom in Lithuania, and the singing revolution broke down the walls of Soviet Empire. But many of us don’t understand the real meaning of freedom and that opened the doors for sin.
Every year on the 13th of January Lithuanians celebrate the Freedom Defenders’ Day, because on that night the Soviet forces tried to occupy the TV tower and 13 civil citizens died. This year we are inviting you to celebrate this memorial day in a different way – let’s come and worship Lord Jesus together, because only He gives real freedom to everyone, and only He can deliver from chains of sin, guilt and condemnation.
Even today physically we are not surrounded by the tanks of enemy, but in spiritual realm Satan’s weapons are always set against us. Do we have to be afraid of it? No! If God is with us – who can be against us? When Israelites were standing before a much bigger army of enemies and worshipped God, - He always gave them supernatural victories. We need to follow these good examples and don’t look to what kind of denomination we belong to. Let’s break all walls that are standing between children of God. Let’s come together and worship Lord Jesus with all of our hearts and listen to His Word about praise and worship. Our Father wants us to walk in the light of revelation and that we would understand more about worship! That’s much more then music!
- Worship – that’s a special time when we seek the face of the Lord;
- Worship – that’s a special time when He is coming to visit us;
- Worship – that’s a powerful weapon which overcomes any kind of spiritual pressure;
- Worship – that’s a life style which gives strength to stand against any kind of evil temptations.
Worshippers and preachers from Lithuania, Latvia and Israel will minister in the conference – Tadas Daujotas (LT), Gabrielė Gvazdikaitė (LT), Svajūnas Cibulskij (LT), Viktorija Miškinytė (LT), Kaspars Ezerins (LV) and a minister from house of prayer “Succat Hallel” in Jerusalem Tsachi Dahan (Israel).
Format of conference: In every session we will devote about 90 minutes for worship and about 60 minutes for a sermon about worship.