Encouraging Visions

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Lately during worship, I have been seeing crazy visions. God is often showing me certain people with crowns set on their heads with certain gemstones which symbolize different things. He has also been showing me the aurora borealis lights entangled with gold dust and them representing His glory. Also during worship I have been in Heaven with the Father in a deep place where amazing things are going on, I can’t even explain what all I have seen but it is just so GOOD! This is a new and refreshing level to me, as he shows me encouraging visions for people around me.

Submitted by Brittany Bear


The Strength of My Heart

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Several years ago I was diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation. I would have "episodes" maybe twice a year. Last March of 2012 I went to the doctor for a regular check up and I was in AFib. Then we did a stress test which almost killed me, as well as a catherization, and it was discovered that I was in AFib all the time. The cardiologists advised me to have a pacemaker implanted. I had several people pray for me and Frank M. had a word of knowledge about irregular heartbeat and prayed for me. Brian prayed for me and he had a word that I would not need the pacemaker and that I would not get a pacemaker. I kept praying that God is the strength of my heart and that He would heal me and give me a new heart. I felt led to get a second opinion and the new cardiologist after reviewing the test and doing some himself came to the conclusion that at this time he could not see the need for a pacemaker and advised that I could go back to exercising . Also the other doctors had told me I had a very weak heart. This doctor said it was a little weak but not overly weak. I give Jesus the glory for being the strength of my heart and healing me. Thank you Brian for being obedient to tell me I did not need a pacemaker. Thank you.

Submitted by Mary Ann Slates

Encounter at the Cemetery

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I am not a member of Praise Community Church, as I live 3 hours away, But I will be visiting about once a month. SO I hope it is ok to post a testimony on your site. I posted this on a ‘Pursuit Alumni FB Group’ where we are dong much the same thing: sharing testimonies to encourage each other to go out and share the love of God with those outside the 4 walls of the church. I then felt to share it on my own Facebook page, and the interesting thing is that I have non-Christian Facebook friends “liking” it…I hope it is ok to share it here…original post – Saturday March 2, 2013.

The 26-year-old daughter of a co-worker passed away this week, and the funeral was today. As I got in my car to drive away from the cemetery, I noticed someone sitting on the cold wet ground at a grave site. I heard The Lord tell me to stop and go talk to her and pray for her. I kept going, but the closer I got to the exit, the more intense the pull was to go back. Instead of exiting, I followed the roads around the cemetery back to where she was. I parked and quietly approached her. I squatted down, and introduced myself, and told her that I was there for a funeral and as I left, The Lord had me turn around and come back to her. I asked her if I could pray for her. She looked shocked and said,’I would like that.’ The prayer started out general (not hard to figure out how to start off when you are praying for someone at a cemetery), but then The Lord started giving me details, not only of her mother, whose grave we were at, but about her, and some things she was feeling, and going through…. Turned out that our lives, in relation to our moms, were very similar. This woman I was praying for was a Christian, but this kind of encounter still freaked her out a little. She told me she was just sitting here, talking to The Lord about some of the very things I mentioned and was asking Him questions that I came along and addressed…

We hugged for so long…she thanked me for obeying The Lord, as she needed to hear some of those things…and needed to know God was intimately interested with even the smallest of daily events or thoughts in her life!

Friends, all it takes is a few moments to love on people…and tell them God loves them and cares about them…As you go, and step out, He will give you the rest…you will bless others but be so much more greatly blessed than the ones you are praying for….

Doreen from NJ

Dancing Flames and Papa’s Eyes

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Wow! What a sweet experience on Saturday afternoon at Modeling Communion. I would encourage anyone to come. I want to share what I experienced.

I saw dancing flames! They moved closer to me, then receded. They flared up, then exploded. They were individual, then joined together. They were bright, but not difficult to look upon. I don’t know if this was the Holy Spirit or Papa’s passion for me or His love. Maybe all three! Then, amidst the flames dancing, I saw Papa’s eyes. Especially His left eye, as we were nose to nose. He just looked into me and never wavered. He didn’t blink. I could still see the flames dancing all about us. His eye was so warm and kind. I could not look away had I wanted to do so. His eyes are the deepest of browns, not quite black, speckled with gold! Reflecting the flames dancing around us, His eyes had a life of their own. Almost as if the iris was moving and changing as I stared back. Papa wants me to know the joy He has when He stares at me. The love and excitement He had at the beginning of time when He thought to make Robin! He wants me to share that love and joy with Him and my Brother, Yesu and the Holy Spirit.

I came home and drew what I saw of my Papa. It is a poor representation, but I will never forget His eyes on me. Such love and tenderness.

Submitted by Robin


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I’ve been recently feeling that we are entering a season in the Church where those that believe will simply utter the Word of God and sicknesses, diseases, and physical ailments will flee. A client of mine mentioned a prayer request for his wife, who had Celiac’s disease. (I’ve felt an impression of increased authority of Celiacs and gluten-intolerant type ailments). So I interceded (it was not a long drawn-out prayer, it was simple and authoritative). I found out this week that the disease has left her! I’ll have to check in with her about any potential diet limitations and be prayerful that anything which God has made clean to eat is thus clean and does not cause pain. On my way home from work yesterday, in the same vein, I saw a billboard that said "gluten-free." This billboard was not in the natural, it was a supernatural word of knowledge. I’ve never had a word of knowledge that I "saw" before. I believe this is God telling me to go after the many diet-related ailments in a vigilant way and to not agree with its many pains and limitations. A fresh hatred has brewed up in me for sicknesses, illnesses, and physical problems, such that when I think about them I nearly cry (or actually cry) and grit my teeth! I’m in such disagreement against them, because they are short of the Gospel of Christ, and I want the Gospel of redemption and healing for people. My day yesterday ended with another powerful work. I prayed for my best friend’s mother at her home; she had been nauseated and could not sleep for days. I accessed Heaven in prayer and heard this morning that she slept through the night and felt way better! Let’s rightfully activate His Kingdom on Earth!

Submitted by Joe D’Orsie

A Young Prophet

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So I was talking to our young friend, Elijah, today about God and how awesome He is. (Elijah, by the way, is three years old). I love asking Elijah what God says about someone. He will stop and ask God. Then with boldness he will tell you what God says. Very prophetic. He tells people things that no one else would know other than God. So I was sitting on the couch reading the Bible. I was reading 1 Kings 17 to Elijah. I wanted him to hear about Elijah in the Bible. In the middle of  reading, Elijah butted in: "Zach, Zach! Zach!" "Yes Elijah?" "I died with Jesus a long, long time ago." Wow, Brittany and I just looked at each other for a few seconds in awe. What an amazing young prophet for God. Can’t wait to see what his life looks like.

Submitted by Zach Bear


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My Papa told me to get a pizza. I did and thought my friend and I would have some but He told me to leave it in the car. Instead my friend fed me. When I got home my family had already eaten, but our friend had a slice so we sent it home with her. I was overcome with Papa’s love afterward. God delivered more to me I think. 🙂 The awesome thing about this testimony is that the lady who sold me the pizza heard the Good News and called on the Lord in prayer.

Submitted by Anonymous

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