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From the Pastor's Desk

For about the last month, as God has directed in preaching, I have done my best to encourage us all to embrace the full gamut of the Holy Spirit's activity in our lives. Whether it be faith and miracles, dreams and visions, or any of the biblical and supernatural ways in which God speaks to us, we should be open to and even desire those things. We need all God has for us in this hour.

I came across the testimony of one lady who was walking through the prolonged and deteriorating sickness of her husband. She was not from a Charismatic stream of faith. But she said that during the night, she began to wake, clearly hearing words and sacred songs of faith and comfort. The event persisted frequently until her husband's death. Now this gift continues to sustain her at times in widowhood and solitude. God gives us songs in the night (Job 35:10).

We should not be surprised by dreams and visions in the last days (Acts 2:16-18). God promises to visit us in the night (Ps. 17:3) and that there are treasures in the darkness (Isa. 45:3).

Joan of Arc experienced visions and angelic visitations as a young girl, which empowered her to assist in securing the crown for the legal heir to the throne of France. She endured ridicule and was burned at the stake in 1431. She was only an illiterate farm girl whose life was changed by divine encounters.

I can believe for communion between God's Spirit and my spirit while I sleep. David said, "When I awake, I am still with You" (Ps. 139:18). God has plenty of treasures stored up, enough for us all.

Pastors Mark and Jennifer

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