Malaysia 🇲🇾 I’ll be forever impacted by this trip in the best of ways. Leading people in worship here was an honor, praying for the sick and seeing them healed, leading people into Gods love, connecting them with the Hope of all hopes, broken hearts healed, lives restored.. seeing all God did over the 1.5 weeks I was there, it all was like walking in the book of Acts with an incredible team and it marked us all. Over 450 salvations and literally hundreds of healings. New friends and new encounters with God. Forever impacted and changed. 💛
If the sea's job is to make
Mine is to think of you.... #Encounter
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GOOD FRIDAY // WE REMEMBER •
Good Friday is the most difficult day of Passion Week. Christ's journey turned treacherous and acutely painful in these final hours leading to his death.
According to Scripture, Judas Iscariot, the disciple who had betrayed Jesus, was overcome with remorse and hanged himself early Friday morning.
Meanwhile, before the third hour (9 a.m.), Jesus endured the shame of false accusations, condemnation, mockery, beatings, and abandonment. After multiple unlawful trials, he was sentenced to death by crucifixion, one of the most horrible and disgraceful methods of capital punishment known at the time.
Before Christ was led away, soldiers spit on him, tormented and mocked him, and pierced him with a crown of thorns. Then Jesus carried his own cross to Calvary where, again, he was mocked and insulted as Roman soldiers nailed him to the wooden cross.
Jesus spoke seven final statements from the cross. His first words were, "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing." (Luke 23:34, NIV). His last words were, "Father, into your hands I commit my spirit." (Luke 23:46, NIV)
Then, about the ninth hour (3 p.m.), Jesus breathed his last breath and died.
By 6 p.m. Friday evening, Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea took Jesus' body down from the cross and lay it in a tomb.
When interpreting a dream one of the best tools to use is to walk through the dream as you repeat it back to the person who had it.
There was one time where I was interpreting a dream for someone so I closed my eyes and walked through the dream as I repeated it back to them. As I did that I saw something they had not mentioned.
So I asked them about it and their jaw dropped.
How did I see something in their dream that they didn’t tell me about? I could see it as I walked through their dream with them.
Dreams are awesome because the emotions are so raw and honest and real. However, many times, the emotions can cloud the dreamer as they seek to understand. Time and time again details that captivated the dreamer were not necessarily the focal point of the interpretation.
Walking through a dream with someone has helped me, as the interpreter, to find what I need to interpret while not getting caught up in the emotions of the dreamer.
Next time someone has a dream, repeat it back to them to make sure you are understanding what they dreamt (allow them to correct you where you are wrong) and see if it helps you to understand their dream!
Bonus later today!! In my stories I am going to share a dream and then interpret for you!
Meeting this inspiring woman was such a pleasure! 😄
It all happened almost by accident, she was laying by the pool with a journal in her hands & while passing by I simply asked how she found it 🤓
Since then we have just been talking, sharing our stories, supporting & inspiring each other!
Which is my favourite thing on earth 🌍! Thank you Kelly, you’ve opened my eyes & So many doors 🚪 👭 I’m so glad you & your amazing community of powerful women are in my life now! 😘 Wish you all the best & to be happy, healthy & wealthy everyday more!
Much love 💕💕💕
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