LAC Blessings #7: Innsbruck

AND the deepest source of joy in intercession is God moving with power and creativity in our lives.

As you know, SLG is a celebrating tribe.  We do glory stories with fierce intentionality, and we plan on building that value into the Innsbruck prayer strategy lab.

There will be regular follow up meetings at Serina’s home.  I will join them by Skype.  My main role will be that of a “God-spotter.”  They will tell their success story, then I will help them disassemble it to show the process, not just the product, and to see God’s fingerprints all along the way.

Hopefully we can work out the logistics for some of you offsite intercessors to join via Skype when there is an answer to what you prayed for.

The firstfruits answer to prayer for someone with a new tool is a very significant spiritual milestone.  And the enemy loves to kill the firstfruits because he knows it belongs to God.

So this one is for all you warriors – especially those who have experienced the devil murdering your dreams and robbing you of your treasures.  Fight big for every single person there to experience the joy of their very own encounter with God around intervention in a way bigger and bolder than they had asked!  lac-noble-subject-blog

Copyright September 2016 by Arthur Burk

Still airborne, but close to DFW

I am delighted to have the week’s project all done so it is not pursuing me across the pond and through the time at Innsbruck.  Good flow today.

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2 Responses to LAC Blessings #7: Innsbruck

  1. Janis Leal says:

    Amen — Will do. God moving in power and creativity…. intimate, real, unforgettable encounters with the Lord… intervention, beyond imagination.

  2. Joy Dance says:

    Amen!! I love fighting for the injustices of others, especially ones that I have walked.
    Thanks, Joyce Stutes

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