Jairus Bible World Ministries

The name “Jairus” comes from the root-verb אור (‘or), meaning to be light or to shine

It is our passion to share how a relationship with Jesus has transformed our lives!

About Jairus

Sean (Jairus) Song received the Lord in 2002 in the Local Church Movement. His wife Ruth received the Lord in 2003 and they got married in 2006. They were both born in China and came to the United States for graduate studies. They have been preaching the gospel to overseas Chinese students and scholars but in 2016 there was a turn in their spiritual lives. They both got baptized in the Holy Spirit and witnessed a miracle healing. Now they are ready to be witnesses for both the Word of God and the supernatural ministry of Jesus Christ. Sean has finished the Christian Healing Certification Program (CHCP) and Christian Prophetic Certification Program by Global Awakening. He is currently a Doctor of Ministry student at Randy Clark’s Scholars program at United Theological Seminary (UTS).  Randy Clark Scholars is a joint program between UTS and Global Awakening. Sean also has a special burden for his home country China. His vision is to preach the gospel, heal the sick, cast out demons, and equip the saints and build up the body of Christ.

My Testimony

Miracle Baby

Miracle Baby

By 2015, I had been in the United States for 13 years and a Christian for the same amount of time. In 2006, my wife and I married and like many other Chinese couples, we had every intention of building a family. In 2015, however, we also approached 10 years of...

Why we use the Name Jairus

Why we use the Name Jairus

Jairus means “Jehovah who enlightens”.  It is not a commonly used name and I wanted to share how it became meaningful to me and why I chose to use it for our ministry.

My Testimony

My Testimony

As a child, I always wondered why we live on earth. I would always think about this in my yard while looking at the stars. Sometimes, I sat upon a small hill near my village, wondering, “Where will I be in the future?”

Dreams and Visions

Bible Study with Jairus

Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 10

Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 10

One question that disturbs us in Numbers 10 is, what is the name of Moses’ father-in-law? Numbers 10:29 (ESV) says, “Moses said to Hobab the son of Reuel the Midianite, Moses’ father-in-law…” This section is very confusing. The meaning in the Recovery Version that we are reading is “Hobab, the father-in-law of Moses, is the son of Reuel the Midianite,” because Judges 4:11 mentions “Hobab, the father-in-law of Moses.” But when I first read it, I felt like “Moses’ father-in-law is Reuel, and he has a son named Hobab.” One person at the meeting said that this understanding was not consistent with Judges 4:11. It seems to her that the father of Hobab, Moses’ father-in-law, was called Reuel. But I said that when Exodus 2:18 was talking about Moses had helped to water the flock of the daughters of a Midianite priest in the wilderness, it was mentioned that their father’s name was “Reuel”. This proves that Reuel is not Moses’ grandfather, but rather Moses’ father-in-law himself. When Exodus 3:1 mentions Moses’ father-in-law, the name used is “Jethro”.

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Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 9

Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 9

Numbers 9 tells two stories. In the first story, the Lord was telling Moses to let the Israelites celebrate the Passover, and He answered Moses’ question about whether the Israelites could still celebrate the Passover since they were ceremonially unclean because of a dead body, and were away on a journey (Numbers 9:1-14, NIV). The Lord said that even if they were unclean because of a dead body or were away on a trip, they could still celebrate the Passover (Numbers 9:10, NIV). But if a man who was ceremonially clean and not on a journey failed to celebrate the Passover, that person must be cut off from his people (Numbers 9:13, NIV). A foreigner residing among the Israelites could also voluntarily celebrate the Passover.

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Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 5

Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 5

Numbers 5 contains three stories. The first story is about Jehovah instructing Moses to send away all people with leprosy from the camp. In the next story, Jehovah is instructing Moses to let the Israelites offer up sacrifices for their sins and offenses. The third story is about Jehovah telling Moses how to deal with the problem of a husband suspecting that his wife was unfaithful.

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Bible Study with Jairus – Acts 27

Bible Study with Jairus – Acts 27

Acts 27 records Paul’s voyage to Italy. This journey involves a variety of places, and often people don’t understand the details of Paul’s journeys and the spiritual significance behind them. Paul’s four journeys encompassed many different locations and can be confusing to those who haven’t studied it to the point of understanding.

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Bible Study With Jairus – Colossians

Bible Study With Jairus – Colossians

Why is Paul particularly emphasizing here that as God’s chosen people, we must have compassion, kindness, humbleness, gentleness, patience, and even if there is a discord between people, we must always bear and forgive each other as the Lord forgive us? It is not enough to just forgive, but we must also have love. Love is what binds us all together in perfect unity.

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Bible Study with Jairus – Acts 14

Bible Study with Jairus – Acts 14

There are many different translations of this phrase “strengthening the souls of the disciples”. For example, the NIV translates it as “strengthening the disciples” and the New Living Translation translates it as “they strengthened the believers”. But the English Standard Version, New American Standard Bible and King James Bible all pointed out that they strengthen the “souls of the disciples.”

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Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 6

Bible Study with Jairus – Numbers 6

Numbers 6 tells two stories. The first is about how the Nazirites dedicated themselves; the second story is God speaking a blessing over Israel. Is there any connection between these two? We felt that Jesus Christ, dedicated Himself to God as a sacrifice, satisfying the requirements of God’s righteousness, holiness, and glory. So the Nazarite here is a type of Jesus Christ. Since He became a channel of blessing, God could then give us all the blessings in Christ. We must follow the example of Jesus Christ and become Nazirites who dedicate ourselves to God and become a channel for God’s blessings

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My Doctoral Project

Introduction

Introduction

Let me begin by explaining the background of my doctoral project.  I was saved and spiritually educated in the Local Church Movement (LCM), and they practice a specific form of prophesying that I never saw in other churches. They do not practice prophesying in a...

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Ministry

JBW Helping the Homeless in Baltimore

JBW Helping the Homeless in Baltimore

I was originally from China and now live in the US. I am passionate about helping orphans and disadvantaged children in China, and I was preparing to launch a “Jairus backpack” program to support children in China. Our board members and Bible Study members were very...

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Reflection on Our Ministry

Reflection on Our Ministry

When I came back to sit on the bench again I noticed a Peanuts calendar titled “2016 Plan Your Family”. I heard the Lord speak to me again and tell me that I should begin to plan my family for 2016 and I would have a child that year. I ran into the bookstore again and told the cashier and bought this calendar. She probably thought I was crazy thinking that the Lord would give me a child through a calendar. I could tell by the look on her face.

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But overhearing what they said, Jesus said to the leader of the synagogue, “Do not fear, only believe.”

Mark 5:36

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