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From the Pastor's Desk

Did you know that prayer will boomerang? There are actually returning boomerangs and non-returning ones. A returning boomerang has two or more airfoil wings arranged so that the spinning creates unbalanced aero-dynamic forces that curve its path so that it travels in an ellipse, returning to its point of origin when thrown correctly.

We have all had times when, like non-returning boomerangs, we felt like we prayed, but it never came back to us. When we pray, we expect something to come back to us. This is a boomerang breakthrough season. It is time to receive that which has been held up. Do you remember when the school of the prophets was building a new dormitory, and a borrowed ax head flew off into the river? (2 Kgs. 6:1-6). Have you ever felt you were trying to work, build, and pray, only to receive little or no results? There was a boomerang anointing. The ax head floated and returned to its place when Elisha threw a stick in the water. The young prophet who had lost it reached out and picked it up again.

Satan's plots will boomerang on him, just as they did on Haman when he went after Esther and her people. But our breakthroughs and blessings will boomerang back to us. Our prayers have not been in vain. This is your boomerang season of breakthrough release. Your breakthrough is in the wind of the Spirit coming to you. Stretch out your hand to receive the catch of God's boomerang blessings and breakthrough coming your way.

-Pastor Mark and Jennifer

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