I can only imagine what Paul the Apostle must have felt like when he said "I long to be with you". As I travel around the globe, God continues to give me the grace to share His word with His precious people and I am so honored that I have been given the opportunity to serve in this way.
Yesterday we completed a series of services at Oasis Assembly, Fort Pierce, Florida in the US and what an awesome time we had in the presence of Jesus. People were encouraged to go beyond what others might consider normal, to press in and to worship in His presence. Their hearts were so open to the word of God and received it with such grace. Ed Day and his precious wife Cindy pastor the local congregation with passion and I know that God has something great in store for these folk.
This trip continues with me moving on to Tarpon Springs, north of Tampa and then on to the Vineyard in Melbourne, on the Florida east coast. I look forward to the time of ministry that lies ahead and thank the Lord for the opportunity to be used in this way.
I have become used to Jesus showing up in the most loving way and touching the heart of His people. People are amazed and overwhelmed by the accuracy of the prophetic words spoken over their lives, and I am over-joyed by their responses and was truly inspired by the Holy Spirit to speak and share His heart with those I get to minister to.
I am convinced the prophetic word spoken over the congregation and its leaders will cause this people and this city to bow its heart in the presence of His majesty as we see the Holy Spirit bring forth a Revolution of His grace and His glory the likes of which we have never seen before. So, I remain encouraged by the goodness of Christ and all that He continues to do in the hearts of those He calls His royal priesthood, His holy nation.
I now understand what it means to say good bye, but I thank the Lord that the deposit made in the lives of this part of His vineyard, will produce fruit that will bring glory and honor to the Most High God.