Wednesday, April 20, 2011

A Wind is Blowing part 2

I want to post today, but I don't want to post. I usually do not title my blogs until I am done with them. It's like when God created me He was thinking, "she is going to be completely random." I am the kid that takes the long way around the block, I'm not good at sequential thinking, I can almost immediately understand abstract concepts. Yeah. If I could come up with song titles most of them would only be one word or they would be ten words. My favorite title for a song is "Untitled" it says it all. So when I post a title before I begin my blog, it frightens me and I am now chained to that topic. So strange, I know. I just have write and then say, "oh, this is what that was about." Crazy right? I don't know, maybe other bloggers do that too. I like being unfettered.

My eye has been twitching for the past two days. I think I'm just exhausted. The thing is, I don't even care. The past few weeks of going to prayer meetings almost every night, being at church from 7:30-2:30 on Sunday mornings has been so beautiful. I feel like each time I go it is sweeter and sweeter. People confessing sin of pornography, pride, apathy, anger, bitterness, homosexuality, it's amazing. People going downtown to witness to people on the streets, homeless guys coming and our church is able to provide a home, it's crazy. So crazy. People getting baptized, it's so beautiful. People are getting healed and lives are being changed. People are praying over one another and lifting each other up. Monday night both of our pastors through tears asked for prayer and the whole congregation came up and were just praying over them. It was beautiful.

The wind is still blowing. I feel like this is just the beginning of something that is going to happen that will be big. It's not something that is specific to The Summit Church. I believe it's going to bring revival and unity to all of our churches of all nationalities, (Lord, help us, I hate being separated by nationalities), all denominations. I'm continuing to pray.

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