Saturday, August 12, 2006

I'm Leaving...On A Jet Plane
Part of my job opportunities include flying somewhere each month or at least every other month to conduct revival meetings. While there I share about our missions ministries and am often able to raise some funding for our various projects. Today I am flying to Paducah, Kentucky and will be conducting a revival across the river in Brookport, IL with my good friend Pastor Charles Tate. I am anxious and excited about this meeting, it's been several years since I've been there, it's my first meeting after being off most the summer, and I believe that the Lord is going to do something there. The question is what do you say when there is so much in your spirit? Over the past year the Lord has said: "If you're going to go somewhere, you have to go somewhere; Move beyond normal, Isaac is coming, and Some must enter in!" There are other things that arise in my spirit, like the reality that if we can see into the heavens, looking past the junk of our lives and times, in the heavenlies there is new wine dripping into the earth, and that new wine is often poured out in the form of an afterward anointing...some things never arrive until after we've been through somethings, and of course, you always want to remind God's people that He loves them, and He's been thinking about them, and when God thinks about us, He always knows exactly where we are, but He also thinks about where we're going...He's got our future on His mind! So if you pass by my blog this week, and if you think of me, whisper a prayer that the Lord will use me, that He will enable me to communicate what He wants to say, what they need to hear, and not what I've got on my mind, but that I'll listen to His! Blessings, thanks for reading my blog, and for signing when you do, I love who you are and what you have to are a blessing and my earnest motivation!


Darrell said...

I will be praying for you this week. Tell the folks there that Libby and I said hello. We were married in that church and our first home was just around the corner from it. Of course that was a long time ago. We left there 20 years ago last month to move to Cleveland to attend Lee College. Man, time sure flies.

Amy said...