I was speaking with a dear friend earlier today and sharing what I’ve been meditating and thinking on in recent days (Thank God for friends in the faith!!!!) and just wanted to share the same with you all! —
Lately I’ve been meditating and thinking on just how far our lives and impact can reach, if we surrender fully to God! Reflecting on a story of a group of young students visiting John Wesley’s home and they toured where the wood was worn from his knees where he would pray for revival etc… in summation, when the tour group was leaving they realized one of the students was missing, returned to that spot to hear “Do it again Lord, do it again!” Being prayed by a young Billy Graham from that very spot where Wesley had prayed in the 1700s….. DEPOSITS!!!! Sunday, I had a chance to speak with a man who grew up with some ministers friends and RHEMA instructors we know…. he rebelled in his youth, but then was given a copy of “The Believer’s Authority” by Dad Hagin by a friend of ours and now he’s celebrating 43+ years in ministry because of DEPOSITS on his life by Dad Hagin, Doc Horton, and many others!!!!
I just can’t get away from thinking on the IMPACT our lives (even after death) can have on others and the DEPOSITS of the anointing, the Word, and passion for the things of God that we can leave behind… just like the bones of Elisha that so resonated with the anointing that a dead soldier was raised to life when thrown on them in battle!!!!!!!! (2 Kings 13:20-21)
It just stirs me to shift in some areas and to live in such a way that even AFTER death my life can be used by God to set people free, stir passion in those who might be the next Billy Graham, Lester Sumrall, etc!!! #impact #deposits
“And now, GOD, do it again— bring rains to our drought-stricken lives So those who planted their crops in despair will shout hurrahs at the harvest, So those who went off with heavy hearts will come home laughing, with armloads of blessing.” – Psalm 126:4-6 MSG
“Now, Lord, do it again! Restore us to our former glory! May streams of your refreshing flow over us until our dry hearts are drenched again. Those who sow their tears as seeds will reap a harvest with joyful shouts of glee. They may weep as they go out carrying their seed to sow, but they will return with joyful laughter and shouting with gladness as they bring back armloads of blessing and a harvest overflowing!” – Psalms 126:4-6 TPT