Matt and I went to the birthday party with David yesterday. The girl’s name is Christina and she is turning 34. Everyone there was what I would call a “spirit-filled revivalist” and we spent five hours praying for each other and in worship. My body was shaking most of the night. I was told I have a gift of prophetic intersession and I had a word from the Lord for two people that night. I was prayed over about four different times and God told me that me being at Regent was not a mistake and it was just the beginning. Those who prayed for me had fire in their hands, I could feel it.
God moved so much last night. I made so many new friends and they’re so much older than me. I’m looking forward to learning so much from them.
What a different world from Lees-McRae, where I was the only charismatic Christian who spoke in tongues until Abigail and Ann-Marie showed up. But we never got together and prayed for each other like the group last night did.
I talked to my mom last night and she said God was rewarding me to staying faithful to his spirit during my time at Lees-McRae. Most Christian families I spent time with during my time at Lees-McRae weren’t really “spirit-filled revivalists,” but they sure knew how to love each other and love me in a very practical way. Perhaps God is showing me the best of both worlds to make me a complete person.
I’m amazed at how he cares for and provides for me.