Last month, I posted a call for invocation of the Holy Spirit for the meeting of Anglican leaders in Alexandria, Egypt. I also took part in the prayer campaign led by the folks at Lent & Beyond.
In all honesty, there are an array of reactions to the meeting. Some are calling it a waste of time and manipulative delay. Others see hopeful possibilities, even while acknowledging uncertainties and dangers.
Anglican TV got a post-meeting interview with two important leaders among the Biblically faithful Anglicans, Henry Luke Orombi of Uganda and Gregory Venables of the Southern Cone (Argentina). I found it heartening to hear them say that they sensed the Holy Spirit coming upon the meeting, "in response to prayer." The interview video is below (about 45 mins. long and worth hearing if you can make the time - btw ignore the title, which is incorrect.).
Right now, my human eyes of flesh see the problems. But my eyes of faith see the fact that "God works all things together for the good of those who love God and are called according to His purpose (Romans 8:28)." The Holy Spirit was there in Alexandria, in ways that we are not able to see or understand. Keep up your prayers..."keep your head in all situations, endure hardship, do the work of an evangelist, discharge all the duties of your ministry(II Timothy 4:5)".