Pray that the saints in the churches in the United States would receive the burden for migration to the “Bible Belt” by the saints who intend to migrate preparing themselves, by the saints in the target localities making preparations, by the saints being built up in the Body, and by the saints seeking the Lord’s clear guidance and praying seriously concerning the matter of migration (Rev. 14:4b; Acts 13:1-3; 16:6-7, 9-10).
Revelation 14:4b—These are they who follow the Lamb wherever He may go. These were purchased from among men as firstfruits to God and to the Lamb.
Acts 13:1-3—Now there were in Antioch, in the local church, prophets and teachers: Barnabas and Simeon, who was called Niger, and Lucius the Cyrenian, and Manaen, the foster brother of Herod the tetrarch, and Saul. And as they were ministering to the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, Set apart for Me now Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them. Then, when they had fasted and prayed and laid their hands on them, they sent them away.
Acts 16:6-7, 9-10—And they passed through the region of Phrygia and Galatia, having been forbidden by the Holy Spirit to speak the word in Asia. And when they had come to Mysia, they tried to go into Bithynia, yet the Spirit of Jesus did not allow them…And a vision appeared to Paul during the night: A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing and entreating him and saying, Come over into Macedonia and help us. And when he had seen the vision, we immediately endeavored to go forth into Macedonia, concluding that God had called us to announce the gospel to them.
For further reading please refer to CWWL, 1969, vol. 3, “Fellowship on Migration,” pp. 259-260; CWWL, 1981, vol. 1, “Carrying Out God’s New Testament Economy, Caring for the Central Vision of Paul’s Completing Ministry and John’s Mending Ministry, Migrating and Establishing Churches in the Move of the Body of Christ, and Awaiting the Revelation of Our Lord Jesus Christ,” ch. 1, pp. 384-385; and CWWL, 1985, vol. 5, “The Way to Practice the Lord’s Present Move,” ch. 4, pp. 458-459.