Well, of course he does.
We know that. He’s good at communicating and does so in a myriad of different ways all the time… but when we get to hear what he has to say it always gives a bit of a ‘woah… that’s sooooo good!’ kind of feeling.
It’s like knowing the theory and then experiencing the reality when he speaks. It’s that wonderful sense of being known, inside and out that gives a sense of reassurance. That God is with us and he is for us.
Prophetic words truly do bring strength, comfort and encouragement.
Today I had the joy of teaching some Baptist ministers from the Heart of England baptist association in prophetic art, bringing prophetic words creatively. I taught what I do in pubs and cafes in connecting what I believe God thinks about or wants to say to people.
Some of the words shared today were wonderful! One was so simple ‘Home’ with a simple picture of two hands. The person whom this was for has been sorting out the home of a parent who has recently died. The word brought something so good to them.
Each person on the seminar was asked to paint a picture for someone in the room, but also to paint one for one of the staff from the conference centre. I saw several ministers engaging with the staff with their simple pictures. It was so good!