Worship is the scene of His appearing.

And amazement seized them all, and they glorified God and were filled with awe, saying, “We have seen extraordinary things today.” Luke 5:26 ESV

Wow! Our services have certainly been exciting. We’ve been privileged to have Randy Clark, Chad Dedman, Marc Dupont, Doug, Scott, and Christy Wimber share important truths about miracles and God’s power to heal. Many people are now better than when they came. Healings, financial breakthroughs–yes, miracles.

Our outreach into our community has been off the chart too. Healing on the streets is normative as we experience His presence, power, love and grace coming upon the people we serve.

Worship is the scene of His appearing.

When He shows up, He reveals who He really is.

He is healer, provider, savior, protector, encourager, redeemer and more! As we worship we can reach out to receive all that He is and all that He wants to give.

The other day my wife Pattie and I were in the worship center (I like to call it “the big room”). I play the guitar and we sing from our hearts. Often it’s a new song, or a song of prayer for His Presence to be with us on weekends, for miracles, or just playing cords as an expression of worship.

A couple of days earlier Pattie tripped over a computer cord and badly bruised her knee and leg when she bounced off our hardwood floor.

After about 45 minutes of worship she smiled and said, “My pain is gone from my knee. I think Jesus healed me.” A few days later she called me from Mobile, Alabama where she’s visiting her mom. She excitedly mentioned she was totally pain free. She is able to walk without pain, which helped her care for her mom and care for her sister who is recovering from hip replacement surgery.

I love this! No one prayed for her. She was healed as we actively leaned into His Presence. She simply had a flutterby thought as we worshiped, “I’d really like Steve to pray for my knee to be healed.” Jesus heard her silent prayer. He showed up.

It’s also been interesting to see people healed in the same area of our space. Three girls healed of leg and ankle injuries, and another lady healed of the same in the same space area as we worshiped. One girl who was healed was then able to compete in her gymnastic regional and was able to point her foot forward. The first time in years.

Worship is the scene of His appearing. 
His Presence is going to be increasingly sensed among us as we press in.

As you gather together on weekends to give thanks, praise, and worship, I’d encourage you to actively invite the Holy Spirit into your heart and upon your life. If you sense a weight or a warmth come upon you or rise up in you as we worship together simply ask God for more and receive as you open up your heart.

The reality–we are given the privilege to create God-space where God things happen as we give thanks and worship together.

This is what I’m going for. People healed and encouraged…as we worship.

Jesus exalted, honored, glorified. Thanksgiving abounding for every sense of His presence, every provision released, every person touched, healed, delivered and saved. 

I’m believing for more of His generous presence to be within us, with us, and upon us. Why? Because He is worthy of every honor and is generous with His love.

The Holy Spirit is God’s active agent in the earth today. Kathern Kulman.

The Holy Spirit’s main role is to glorify the Son and to reveal the Father’s heart to the church and to His world. I want to see His kingdom come, His will be done, on earth as in Heaven. I invite you into the adventure as you.

And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Helper, to be with you forever,even the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees him nor knows him. You know him, for he dwells with you and will be in you. John 14:16 ESV

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.