Being Bold in the Holy Ghost
Of the 3 points from this weekend’s Sermon, “Being Bold in the Holy” is most relative and practical to me at this point of my life. Allowing God’s Holy Presence to affect/effect everything. Allowing me to display boldness. Not boldness for “show-off” purposes, but boldness to get His job done.
For those of you that weren’t at the 11am service, after the message we had a time of prayer. Then, I technically dismissed the crowd. 3 people left. The others stayed and continued to worship. A lady came and knelt at the altar. God began to tell me that someone was going to be physically healed. Then the words “healing in the back” came to my mind so…I said them. I went to pray for the lady and she said she had come to the front to have her back prayed for. At that point, we followed James 5:14 and called the elders, anointed her with oil and proclaimed her healing.
What does being bold mean? Coming to the altar when you feel the need. Speaking a prophetic word when you hear a whisper of it. Hugging a neck. Praying for a co-worker. Speaking in a language that you have never learned.
Oh…that is just the beginning.