I see a day in which more and more Chinese people hear the glad tidings of the Saviour and call upon Him for salvation.
I see a day in which millions of Chinese believers all across China scramble each Lord’s day to get out the door and head for church to worship their King.
I see a day in which millions of Chinese families gather each evening for family devotions and recount the story of Calvary to their children.
I see a day in which Chinese pastors train up young men in their churches to preach the Word and be instant in season and out of season.
I see a day in which Chinese churches are turning out church planters by the thousands to populate both its city blocks and farming villages with local churches that gather weekly to show forth the praises of their Lord.
I see a day in which every last one of China’s 1.4 billion people hasn’t simply heard the name Jesus, but has heard His story and had the opportunity to believe.
I see a day in which, if the Lord tarries, China will become a nation made up of countless born-again believers who themselves aren’t simply satisfied to sit in their pews but are compelled by the love of their Saviour to take the gospel that has transformed their own lives to the nations.
I see a day in which millions upon millions of Chinese believers are mobilized to take the gospel to both the surrounding Asian nations and around the world.
I see a day in which Chinese young people take to the deputation trail among their own churches to share their burdens, present their ministries, and raise their support; all to reach nations like Indonesia, Pakistan, and Nigeria with the gospel.
I see a day in which Chinese churches partner with and send on those heralds of light, becoming their fellowhelpers to the truth.
I see a day in which Chinese missionaries travel abroad, learn foreign languages, and plant local indigenous churches in places like Brazil, Afghanistan, and Ethiopia.
I see a day in which older Chinese pastors and missionaries write their sons in the faith, encouraging them to press on in their footsteps, “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.”
I see a day in which countless Chinese believers beam with gratitude exclaiming, “耶稣是主！” (“Jesus is Lord!”), as they bow their knees before the Highly Exalted One, and He says, “Well done, thou good and faithful servants!”