Flexing our spiritual muscles

Last night during CG time we did something out of the ordinary. We ministered to one another prophetically through our prayers led by the Holy Spirit.

“In the last days, God says,
      I will pour out my Spirit on all people.
   Your sons and daughters will prophesy,
      your young men will see visions,
      your old men will dream dreams. 
 Even on my servants, both men and women,
      I will pour out my Spirit in those days,
      and they will prophesy. “

Acts 2:17-18 (NIV)

It was really amazing witnessing my brothers and sisters prophesising and communicating visions for one another. We were really flexing our spiritual muscles in faith and obedience with God’s love and power.

This experience together not only allowed God to encourage us but also brought our faith to another level in knowing how God could actually used ordinary people like us supernaturally to be His witnesses!

Now we can more bold and courageous for Him!

“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”

Acts 1:8 (NIV)

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3 thoughts on “Flexing our spiritual muscles

  1. Golf In Heaven (Joke taken from Askmen.com)

    God, Jesus and John the Baptist are playing golf up in heaven. On the first tee, JB leads off and hits a big blast right down the gut; it rolls to a stop about 270 yards out, perfect lie. Jesus steps up next and kills the ball, sending it about 300 yards straight away, perfect lie.

    God steps up, waggles and wiggles, and then badly hooks his ball into the trees. As it flies in, a huge oak is struck by lightning and splits, one half falling into the path of the oncoming ball and knocking it into the fairway. As it comes to a rest, a bare 50 yards out, a squirrel darts out of the woods on the other side, grabs the ball and takes off toward the left-side woods. Before he gets in, an eagle swoops down and grabs the squirrel, carrying it aloft down the fairway.

    Just as it passes over the green, the eagle is pelted by hailstones, whereupon it drops the squirrel (still clutching the ball) onto the green about three feet from the hole. Dazed, the squirrel spits the ball out, where it rolls up and stops on the lip of the cup. Suddenly there is an earthquake! The ball drops in… hole in one!

    Jesus stares at John the Baptist with a pissed look, then turns to God and says: “Dad? We gonna play golf, or are you just gonna mess around?”

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