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She got up, went out and did something … missing person found Friday 27th May 2011

What news stories do you hear? How do you react? Do you hear and agree how dreadful the world is or do you pray and release a power far more significant and magnificent than any of us can know? Do you seek God’s will for the situation, open your mouth and agree with Him?

Here is a testimony I received on Friday 27th May 2011. It is written by a friend who decided to put action behind her words. She had prayed from the comfort of her home, but then felt to go and do … to be … and as she went she discovered that God knows where we all are, where the missing can be found, where the lost are, and that if we open our mouths, they will be called home, in accordance with His will … for …

God is Good!

She writes:

On Thursday night I heard about the teenager Jesse who had been missing from his home in Williamstown since Tuesday morning. I said a prayer for his safe return.

On Friday morning I prayed for him again and searched on the internet to find out his surname. I saw a plea from his parents for the public not to stop searching for him. Those words impacted me and I thought that I needed to do more than just pray from the comfort of my home.

I prayed some more and knew that he was alive and well and was still in the local area of Spotswood, Newport or Williamstown. When I called a prayer partner she confirmed she felt he was well and in the local area so I decided to go and cruise the streets until I found him, trusting God to show me where he was.

I was reminded of a story that appeared on Oprah a number of years ago when a young Christian girl had been praying for the safe return of a woman who had disappeared along a stretch of road.  After several days the girl had a vision of where the woman was.  The woman was found where the girl had “seen” her, at the bottom of a steep drop where her car had careered off the road and she had been lying waiting for help. That woman was saved because someone persevered and believed God would direct someone to rescue her. Encouraged, I headed out.

I filled the car up with petrol and headed out to Williamstown, interceding in the spirit as I went. I told God I didn’t care who found him as long as he was found today and brought safely to his parents. I struggled with the choice of free will that God has given each of us, including Jesse and wondered if me finding him and taking him home against his will was right. Two things came to me: firstly he was underage and needed to be returned home and secondly that he wanted to go home but the longer he was away the more embarrassed he would be. I prayed him free of any embarrassment and asked God to prepare his heart to return home.

When I got to Williamstown, I stopped to buy some lunch for Jesse in case God gave me the privilege of finding him. I thought food for a hungry teenager could be a good opening point of contact to get him talking.

As I pulled out of the Safeway car park to start looking, the clock in my car said 11:11.  I knew God was getting my attention so I asked him to reveal what He was showing me.

As I got onto the main road I reached a roundabout and asked God which way I was to go and I turned left, not knowing the name of the street. As I travelled down the road at 20 kms an hour I had a greater sense that he was definitely in the area.  I drove through the cemetery in case he was hanging out there as somewhere to hide during the day. I didn’t see him so I left and continued down the road. At the end of the road I saw a street sign saying it was Champion Rd I had just been on.

After driving around the streets for a while, I pulled over and read through every New Testament verse that had chapter 11, verse 11, to match the time God had shown me on my clock. As I was finishing Hebrews I thought I must have misunderstood what God was saying because surely there was nothing in Revelation that would suit this occasion; but that was the only book left with 11 chapters or more in it.  I checked, just in case.  Rev 11:11 starts with “Now after three and a half days the breath of life from God entered them…” Wow it was now just more than 3 days ago that Jesse went missing, so I believed he would be found today.  I drove past his family home a couple of times, praying for peace as I did and asking God if I should stop but didn’t feel led to knock on the door.

I only wish I had been bold enough to be able to call his parents and tell them categorically that Jesse would be home today, but on the off chance that I got it wrong, I didn’t want to give them false hope.

I continued driving around the local area.  I do not know the area well and by “chance” drove past the Williamstown police station at about 12:15-12:20pm. As I drove I saw Jesse’s parents outside the front of the station, recognising them from a photo on the internet from that morning.  They were talking to two police officers so I pulled over with the intent of asking them what I could do to help and to offer to pray with them. As I walked towards them it appeared something was happening so I hung back so as not to intrude. A few moments later someone from the media arrived. I continued to watch and when I saw a police officer hug Jesse’s mother, I knew they must have found him. I waited until his parents went inside and then I asked one of the officer’s if they had found Jesse and he said “yes”.

I returned to my car where I thanked God and cried. If the amount of relief and joy I felt was so great I can’t begin to imagine how Jesse’s parents were feeling. There was no need to talk to them; they didn’t need to know I had been driving the streets looking and praying for their son, they just needed to hold him in their arms and start the road to reconciliation. A couple of minutes later, a police car arrived at the station with Jesse safely in the back seat. There was no need to hang around. After calling a couple of prayer partners with the glorious news I headed home. Once home I looked up the report that said Jesse was found and was surprised to see he was found on Champion Rd where I had first been led to look for him just over an hour earlier. Had he been there when I drove past and had I missed him?

This kind of activity is not usual for me but I have been challenged that it should be. I did not find Jesse and wonder if I had missed God speaking when I was driving down Champion Rd.  I will be more diligent next time.

Whenever anyone goes missing, we as Christians should be walking with God in such a way that we can boldly say this is where the person is and lead authorities to their aide. I have a long way to go, but today was a first step and I would encourage others to do the same. I know my prayers were not the only thing that brought Jesse home and that countless other Christians were praying for him since he first went missing. Every prayer played an important part.

Someone commented to me today that it was great that I went out looking, especially as I am not a mother. I don’t believe we need to be parents to be able to have empathy and compassion for parents who are scared and missing their child. In Luke 7, we read about Jesus raising the widow of Nain’s son from the dead and it says he had compassion on her. Compassion was the hallmark of Jesus’ ministry and I want it to be the hallmark of mine. I have a long way to go.

I remember running away from home when I was barely 14 years of age and spending a night out in the freezing cold. Jesse needs our compassion as much as his parents do and I pray that though this has been a difficult time for their whole family; that they will all know that God protected Jesse during this time and brought him home to his family.

Praise be to God.

—– News report. Friday, May 27, 2011 » 01:54pm from Bigpondnews “Missing Melbourne teen found” said:

“Missing teenager Jesse Densley has been reunited with his family after police found him in Melbourne’s west. Police say a member of the public spotted the teen in Newport and phoned police, who found him on Champion Road on Friday morning. He was reunited with family at Williamstown police station shortly after. Police say he is in good health. Jesse has been missing since Tuesday, when he was last seen at North Williamstown train station.”

God is Good!

Doors open as we build relationship – prayer for S Thursday 26th May 2011

The relationships we build open doors for the miraculous to be revealed.  How we walk and lead our lives will impact the openness or otherwise of those we come into contact with regularly … we can decide to shut the relationship down, due to offence or bad feelings, or we can choose to continue to walk in love, and then perhaps God will open the door for us to be able to impact a life …

I had sensed that this morning was the morning that I needed to return some items from the shops.  I checked where I was heading and felt God “show” me that I was to park on the highest level at the centre.  I again felt pretty certain that there was someone there for me to pray for …

I headed through Myer and into the mall area and felt He wanted me to stop by in a shop where a replacement item was due to arrive.  I had not heard from them to say the item had come in, but I thought I would pop in anyway.

I went into the shop and the manageress was there.  She recognised me and greeted my little boy and I by name.  I said “hello” and mentioned that I was dropping in on the “off chance” that the item was in … it had just arrived that morning – and it was only about 9.30am!

We sorted the details and as I got ready to leave I checked to see if she was “the one” that I was here for – she was!

I offered to pray, premising the offer with that I was a Christian and that I felt God sometimes wanted me to offer to pray and I repeated the story of the girl in Coles who I felt I needed to offer to pray, but who had said nothing so I offered to just bless, but then the girl blurted out that she was suspected with having breast cancer and how did I know etc …

I finished telling my story and the manageress poured it all out … she did need prayer.

Her father, an alcoholic, elderly, abusive man had been so abusive that he had been asked to leave the home he was living in and they needed to find something else for him … she said it was hard and she was one of 5 and so it was causing dissention within the family … I said I would pray and just as I did the phone rang and a customer came in … I said I would wait, and wandered around the store as she did what she needed to do …she said twice not to wait, but I insisted that it was important and that I would wait …

Having waited 5-10 minutes, she came over and said sorry … there was still a customer, but the customer was around the corner … I asked for her hand and felt an anointing come … I prayed for favour, for peace, for healing for her and for her father … I prayed for a place in another home and declared that it would happen … trusting that God wanted the way open or He would not have had me pray.  I prayed peace into her family and between the siblings, in and over her family, rebuking the spirit of alcoholism, and I prayed healing for the manageress from the impact of her father …

She did not feel anything, but she acknowledged that I may be more sensitive than her.  I said I could feel it, but that only about 50% or so felt something, but I knew it would all be ok – I had felt God as I prayed.

She thanked me and went to finish serving the customer ….

The reason I tell this story is that in the past I did not like going into the store when she was there … she was prickly and aggressive, and I did not like being in the store.  If she was working I would not go into the store, but about 1 year ago I had resolved I would go in and be as kind as I could and a gentle rapport has developed … such that she trusted me enough this morning to bear her past, her difficulties and her burdens in an open and honest way …

I am glad that I chose to walk in love towards this woman.  I can now see why she had grown to be who she was, and I am so glad that in persisting with her through loving kindness a door was opened and God was able to enter in her time of need, in a way that I doubt could have happened had I been a stranger that had reacted in like fashion towards her …

Who are you doing life with on a regular basis?  Is there someone that is prickly?  Is there someone that has a history that you do not know about?  Is there a petrol station attendant, a shop assistant, a neighbour, a postman, is there someone whose name you could get to know, and who you could gently release the Kingdom of Heaven over through your attitude towards them, so that one day, in their need, you can step in and release a miracle, or even just show them that God is a God that cares, loves them and wants to provide answers in a harsh world?

Please note – I am not perfect in this, and I have even been sent back into stores by God to apologise for my lack of respect and honour … but if we start to walk and choose life-giving behaviour, regardless of how they treat us, then we just never know who and what we may impact, because as an opportunity to pray comes, miracles and solutions can be released because …

God is good!

Coles testimony referred to:

A future declared … Saturday 21st May 2011

I was having lunch with a friend and we were running late to get back to our course that we were attending at church. We were at the register and I checked whether I needed to stop and pray for the guy that was taking care of our bill. I had thought “surely not God, we are running late and you did not get me to pray last week” (I had lunch there the week before) … but it seems that my “radar” is nearly always on, or God just jumped in … in any case I got a clear “yes, offer to pray.”

I was embarrassed. I was with a friend, who has also been stepping out (you have read some of her stories!) but even so, I was embarrassed, thinking “what will she think if I make a fool of myself?”

I stepped out anyway and offered to pray for the guy who was called “A”. I asked if there was anything he needed, was he ill, did he need healing?

The answer was “no” each time. I thought: “oh well I am going to offer to pray a blessing anyway”. He agreed and I asked for his hand. He gave it to me and I started to pay a blessing and then I got a “word” … the word was “study”.

I asked him about it and he said he was planning to do a Masters this year. I felt I got the word “provision” and asked if he needed provision. He said something about needing a job, it was to do with accounting or something … I did not quite catch it. I was still feeling acutely aware of my friends presence as I did this so I did not clarify … but prayed instead, praying favour, blessing and “provision” over and on him … I declared his destiny open and I said to him that he would get just the right job at just the right time and that it would all be ok …

He seemed a bit taken aback … but being embarrassed and also really late now I thanked him for letting me pay and left with my friend.

I still cringe a bit at the way I did the whole thing but I am glad that I stopped. I said to him I was a Christian, I prayed in Jesus name, it seemed I was hearing well enough regarding the study and the provision … and while I could have relaxed some more, I still know that he did have an encounter with God … I felt the anointing come, and I know God will honour and bless him with all I released in the name of Jesus …

We may not do it perfectly, but if we will at least do it we will change destinies … we just need to step out, offer, and pray … God will do the rest for …

God is Good!

When we feed ourselves… there is always more than enough Thursday 11th May 2011

I was heading home from kindy drop off and stopped to collect some bread. I drove and asked to see God’s favour for me … I wanted a good car park … one right outside the bread shop … I laughed at my surprise when I got one!

With my purchases in hand I pulled up outside my home and saw that someone had left something at my front door. As I got closer I saw a bag containing a loaf of bread, 6 rolls, some sweet scones and a bunch of red roses.

I knew full well who they were from.

I gathered together the goodies and went inside to spend some time with God … Him and me, it was our time. I unpacked the bag, popped the roses in some water, sent a thank you to the appropriate angel and got on with my God date.

As my time with Him came to an end, with kindy and school pick up time rapidly approaching, I emptied the bag of bread and then had a chuckle … there were a couple of cds in the bag – one called “Never Alone” and the other called “Walk with us”. It made me laugh … God had shown me His love, through that of another. In His own way He had said to me …

“As long as you come to Me to ensure you are well fed (my loaf of bread), I will multiply what you have so there is always more than enough for yourself and others (the gift loaf of bread. He said I will also sweeten what you have (the sweet scones) and change it so that it is just what others need (the small rolls – just right for kids) … Oh, and by the way”, He said “I love you (the red roses).”

The cds spoke to me of never being alone … He is always by my side regardless of what I may feel, and I was being invited to walk with Him and others that made up the Bride of Christ … there was an invitation into family, fellowship, a journey with him, and others … I felt loved, encouraged, filled and grateful.

I picked up the loaf of bread, set off for kindy pick up and gave the bread away to the kindy teacher. She was a bit surprised, but I knew I needed to give away the bread, the food, I had received. There was more than enough for my family and I at home, and out of the overflow I was to give to the community …

The following day the little rolls did feed little ones – mine and a friends, and we all enjoyed the sweetness of the sweet scones …

It all needed to be consumed, and shared, for it I had hoarded, if I had not given it away it would go hard and mouldy … not fit for consumption …

What life-giving food have you been given? Do you want more?  Will you give away what you have ?

As we go in to Him, we will always come out with more than enough … for ourselves and for those we meet on our way … and of course, there is always His love … unconditional, ever lasting and eternal, because …

God is Good!

He will always keep coming back to us – Part 2 … Wednesday 18th May 2011

I had to exchange a faulty item (for the second time) and so popped up to the shopping centre after school drop off … having first checked with God about my timetable for the morning, and feeling He wanted me to head up there rather than go home and spend some time there with Him …

Sensing I had an assignment I checked what level to park on and felt to park downstairs, walkthrough the lower level and head up to the store I needed.

I stopped to order a take away coffee. E served me. I had prayed for him about a year ago, and we had often had a brief chat since … The year previous was very powerful – for him and me. I had started getting words of knowledge about him and he nearly started crying saying that his God son’s funeral was the following day, he was struggling, his God son had just committed suicide a few days earlier. I also prophesied over him – he had many tough decisions to make then around the business but God had the answers coming … we were both moved deeply.

So yesterday, I ordered my coffee and while waiting went to buy some bread close by. There was another girl I had prayed for, about one month ago. She wanted to retire and I had prayed for her then. Knowing I had someone to pray for I asked her if she was the same person, not being 100% sure. She was, and I offered to pray again for her but she declined.

Feeling somewhat rejected and a bit knocked, I went to get my coffee and started to chat with E as he made the coffee orders. He started to tell me what had been going on for him. I looked at him hoping I would not get rejected again (and yes, I know it is not me they are rejecting, but it is still tough to take a deep breath and ask again). I offered to pray and Eric immediately said “yes”. He finished making the coffee and I sad “give me your hand” and he thrust it immediately across the counter for me to hold.

The anointing came and he looked visibly moved. I declared open doors for him, favour and prosperity, that all would go well. Telling hi m the story of how the destinies of others had opened. I felt God say – “that’s all” and I smiled, telling him I would miss seeing him around but wishing him the best … he was going to get a management job as well as run his business so he was not going to be around as much …

The sense of God remained on me, and I thanked God for the opportunity.

I went up and sorted out my purchase, ordering another replacement and popped upstairs about another matter. I saw someone I knew and had not seen for some time and stopped to say hello … wondering about “why” … perhaps a “chance” meeting perhaps not …

As I headed to return to my car, down the three levels, I caught the travelator with S, a cleaner with a hair lip, a beautiful attitude and a heart of gold. I had prayed for her at a pivotal time in my walk more than a year ago and she had been delightful. She was a Catholic, who recognised the presence of God immediately when I had prayed for her. I stood by her and asked how she was. She said great. I told her how amazing she was and asked if there was something she needed/wanted prayer for – she said no, and that she had to get to a meeting …

At the bottom of the travelator I saw C, who had sold me a number of tiaras late last year … She had done an amazing job in sourcing them for me and I had prayed for her a number of times since. She had become a Christian after I had met her and was plugged in with another church with some friends who had led her to Christ (see how the body works together – we all do our bit and Heaven is populated!).

I stopped and asked how her Dad was doing – he had been diagnosed with stomach cancer late last year. We had a chat, but I felt not to offer to pray again, just to encourage her.

I left thinking about the four people I had come cross at the shops. As a representative of Christ I believe I was reminding them all of Him and how He loved them. I thought about the week before and how He had come to revisit M (see post “He will always keep coming back to us”)…

We are His representative in the world … His ambassadors. We represent Him … or re-present Him … that does not mean we have to be perfect … thank goodness for I surely am not, but it does mean that we must offer Him to the world … and as we do, Heaven is populated for …

God is good!

Posts referred to:

and praise report:

Those that have ears to hear…and are willing to pray…save lives! B’s testimony of a bus full of kids home safe

A beautiful girl of Christ sent this testimony to me Monday 16th May 2011. They are a series of excerpts from emails sent by her to her primary school prayer group. These emails she subsequently forwarded on to me. She was praying with her local primary school prayer group last Friday 13th May 2011. I believe the prayers held up in faith avoided a nasty accident, which could have ended in tragedy for many families. She writes:

“… we prayed for, amongst other things, traveling mercies for the Year 6 kids returning from camp. It was a bit before 3 pm when we prayed – we prayed early today (I checked my watch!). When we arrived at 3.30 for school pick up, there was an ambulance next to one of the Grade 6 buses. One of the bus drivers had a stroke 6 mins after arriving at the school. I’m guessing when we were praying just before 3pm the buses were still on the road. The driver keeled over from the stroke. I doubt he could have kept the bus under control should he have been driving. Out of curiosity I will confirm arrival times with the school but it looks very much to me we have a case of answered prayer. Thank you God the kids arrived home safely (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) and please may the bus driver be OK. When in doubt, keep praying guys!!!!!

Still gob smacked,”

My friend confirmed some details and she discovered that:

“The grade 6 buses arrived at school bang on 3pm last Friday so yes; the prayer group WAS praying for the grade 6 kids whilst they were still on the road! The bus driver who had the stroke is not in a good way – only in his 50’s and still badly affected by the stroke. Please do pray for him and his family. I let the deputy head know the prayer group was praying for the safety of the grade 6 kids as they were en-route home. She looked slightly non-plussed and I pray she will be able to digest that info during the day!?!

… All praise to God. I had a [tough afternoon] – hardly the ideal lead-up to a prayer group?!? I was running late, the mood was somewhat “flat” on arrival … but I think God was definitely present in the prayer time – it was as if a small electricity charge (not huge but perceptible) had been put through the group. I certainly had the kids-at-camp on my heart – the weather had been AWFUL that week plus I was about to send my first-born the following week to the same camp. I remember looking at my watch (about 2.50pm) and thinking-isn’t it too late to be praying for the kids coming home? I got a small nudge in the ribs [from God] that I should pray anyway, even if it did seem a bit “silly”.

Follow those hunches/nudges. I of course can’t be certain that our prayers changed the outcome-the driver might have had the stroke 6 mins after arriving at school anyway. But he might have been going to have it earlier and prayer might have made all the difference. Soooo, if ever in doubt whether to pray, DOOOO!!”

My friend then writes me:

“I think the story so extraordinary I’m telling lots of people about it. The reality is there was a God nudge to pray specifically for the kids returning in the bus, very late in the piece and I think on balance of probabilities God did intervene. Why would He ask me to pray 10-15 mins before they arrive home otherwise??”

My friend felt a nudge from God and she responded. While the driver did still have the stroke, the stroke could have happened earlier, it could have been 10 minutes earlier, while the bus full of children was still on the road. I believe this prayer of protection may have saved not only the lives of the children, but lives of those on the roads as well … a potential tragedy on our streets avoided, through the obedient response of a prayer warrior/team …

A gentle nudge from God that could have been ignored, that could have been shrugged off as “silly”, a nudge that could have been missed due to personal pressures, concerns and challenges … and yet, this mighty woman of God made the choice to listen, step out, open her mouth feeling silly, and used her authority to release protection … and in doing so she and her group changed outcomes for many averting a potential tragedy on the roads of our city …

Our prayers do make a difference!

“He that have ears to hear, let him hear … “ (Matt 11:15)

What is God saying to you? What prayers are you being asked to pray? They may seem insignificant to you, even silly … but perhaps they will change a life, shift a destiny, heal a body, save countless lives, it may be the little nudge for someone to come to Christ … often we will never know, but be encouraged that our prayers do change history …

for the prayer of a righteous [person] is powerful and effective.” (James 5:16 – emphasis added)

We may never know the outcome of our prayers in this life, but they will have impact because ….

God is good!

Post script: prayer is continuing for the bus driver, and we invite all and any who feel led to pray for his full recovery in Jesus name.

It’s time to move out!

I have suggested through out many blogs that the language of coincidence is one of the ways God speaks to us … as I step up and out I am becoming more and more convinced of this …

I was at the shopping centre Thursday 5th May 2011 buying my youngest some shoes at Myers. I could not find a single person to sell them to me … I wandered about when I eventually found a cashier and wandered over.

There was a Mum of three children all under the age of 3 or 4 years … one in a pram, one walking and the youngest was 8 weeks old in a baby sling. The toddler in the pram had very red cheeks. I asked if it was teeth and was told no she was a rosy cheeked girl, but that even so she was teething and they had been having a dreadful time of it, with four teeth coming through all together.

I quickly told the Mum about my ballet school friend whose little boy was teething and was not sleeping and we prayed and he slept through from that time on (see links below for stories) and with that testimony offered I suggested I pray.

She agreed, and I prayed for her daughter who went very quiet while she gazed into my eyes. I finished praying, wished her well and went to get the shoes.

While I had been praying the sales assistant had got the right size shoes for M, we tried them on and as we chatted at the cash register I offered to pray for her too, mentioning how well she was handling the shop sales with no staff … she readily agreed saying she had bought a house and the settlement had been held up and that she was very very stressed … I took her hand and prayed. She felt great peace. I then mentioned a friend who I had taught to go to her God space and walked her through a simple exercise for her to access God. She went straight to that place of peace and I suggested that when she got anxious she go to that place, but in the meantime the settlement would happen and the doors to her destiny would open, and as I prayed for this I explained how doors of destiny had opened last year over and over again for people that I had prayed for. She thanked me saying how calm she felt and I wandered off to complete my shop and go home.

On the way out of the complex I saw a huge sale at a major electrical store.  I felt to go in and was blessed with an amazing purchase of something I had wanted for many years, after which my son and I went home.

Later that day, I popped back up to the electrical store to confirm an issue with the purchase, not being able to get through on the phone lines. I spoke to the sales person and he mentioned he was desperate for a coffee, so while he sorted a few issues out for me, I went and got him a coffee … well the girl that made his coffee was lovely and I felt to offer to pray for her … she agreed and as I took her hand and prayed I received a word of knowledge … there was something about a house for her.  I asked if that meant anything to her … she responded stating she wanted to move out … another house issue … 2 in one day … coincidental!

I prayed telling her the open doors to destiny testimony … I know I have used that testimony many times over it is a great precedent to ask God to do again and again … She thanked me for the prayer saying she felt something and I took the coffee back to the sales person and went on my way.

The house issue was an interesting one. I went home and talked to God about it and I felt to pray that I would settle well into my new spiritual home, that nothing would stop me from finding my place in the Body of Christ … and yet now as I write about the day I realise it has far more reaching consequences … I think many of us are moving … we may not be actually selling our homes, although many people I know are in that process, but I think that many of us in the Body of Christ are being called to move … if not homes, then to just move … move on, move out, move up, move forward … just move and then He can start to steer us …

I actually think He is calling us all to move out … to take it out, to let Him out of us … for we are a store house of miracles waiting to be released … if only we would go out and let go, give away what we have … we have had plenty of time to grow up … now it is time to move … OUT!

I feel it is time for the Body of Christ to grow up. Stop allowing issues to block, acknowledge that we are old enough, have enough and know enough, because all we really need to know is Christ in us … and then out we go, taking Him with us, and where ever we go will always be “home” for … “home is where the heart is” … and I happen to believe that God’s heart is on the streets of Melbourne … or on the streets of your neighbourhood … if our heart is in His heart and His heart is in our heart and our home is where the heart is then our home is out there on the streets … AS WE GO … so lets move out with God because …

God is good!


 Ballet mum receives the gift of healing and is ready for a good night’s sleep dated Saturday 26th February 2011 

Praise report – God is Good dated Saturday 5th March 2011

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