and ministry. As we prayed, I had a picture in my mind for one of the ladies there. In this
picture, I saw her taking a book off of a shelf. It was a book of dreams that she had placed
there long ago. I asked God, "What does this mean?" The thought that came to me was that, she was to take this book of dreams off the shelf and open it. In doing this, God was going to help her rewrite some those dreams and was also going to help her fulfill some that were already there. The impression was that she was not to give up on God’s dreams and purposes for her life. As she was leaving our home later that evening, she told me that this ‘vision’ and word was ‘spot-on.’
She said that just this morning she had taken a new journal out to write down some
God sized dreams, big dreams, but that she had become discouraged and put the book away on a shelf. This word for her was an encouragement that she should keep dreaming God’s dreams for her life.
Another testimony from that night. After praying for those who came forward for prayer,
I felt a desire to pray for a young mother. She and her husband and their 3 children were first time visitors. I felt such heaviness over her, hopelessness. “You are not forgotten. You are not forgotten” was the prayer that I prayed. Others prayed for her as well. She began to cry silently as God moved upon her heart. I love to see God working in His people!!