Early Christmas for the orphans in Nairobi, Kenya. They sat quietly and listened intently in their small mud brick classroom. I taught on Joshua and the battle of Jericho of course . We then passed out sacks of toys, candy, toothbrushes and wash cloths.
aThe glory falls as they learn about using banners and flags in worship.
Kampala , Uganda
Experiencing the manifest glory of God is my passion. Jesus is coming back and soon. He’s coming for a glorious church full of passion and fire. He’s searching for people who will carry his presence into all the world.
Unless we are willing to deal with sin in our lives and around us and take a stand for what’s right we lose the presence of God. Worship becomes just another performance just entertainment. Church can be a pretty boring place when just people show up.
But when the presence of the Lord shows up lives are changed. People are healed, delivered, set free and given hope. Here in Uganda that’s exactly what happened during worship. Sin was dealt with first. As we worshipped with flags the presence of the Lord rushed in. Not many of us could even stand up! Lives were never to be the same.
This was a holy moment as the presence of the Lord filled the room at STL in Oklahoma City.
Where the presence of the Lord is blessings follow. Just as Obed-edom was blessed we’ll be blessed as we carry the presence of the Lord with us.
2 Samuel, 6:9-10
Blessings! May your worship be filled with the presence of the Lord!