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Susan @ 11:45 PM
Saturday, July 09, 2005
Hillsong conference 2005
What a conference! We've had Reinhart Bonnke, Michael W Smith, Joyce Meyer, John Maxwell, Jack Hayford, Brian and Bobbie Houston, Darlene Zschech, Cece Weiner, Phil Baker....
I volunteered as a host, so sometimes I had to miss some of the sessions. But still I enjoyed every moment of it. It was quite exhausting, in the mean time I had two families staying with us, one came from China, and also kids were involved in choir doing their kids album... so it meant early mornings and very little sleep. On the last day I was just so tired I sneaked back to my car and had a bit of snoose in the mid day.
Some of the take home value:
Dare to be who you are. Give yourself permission and freedom to be who you are. An eye is called to be an eye. And if she tries all her life on improving her listening skills she might get a bit of comfort and encouragement from the ears but she'll never be impressed by God.
God gives each and everyone of us a different fire. What is your fire? Reinhard Bonnke's fire is to see souls saved; his fire is Africa. What's that burning passion in you? Are you catching the fire and baptised by that fire? Go toward that fire and you'll burn!
Joyce Meyer: Don't step outside(or go beyond) your annointing. Know your limit.
If you go searching for an opportunity or a job, someone thinks you're fit for a department manager and is willing to give you that job, now if you operate within the limit of that job title and do it really well then there's a high chance you'll be promoted later on. But if you think that job title is too small for you and you act like the boss of the whole company and will not submit to your leader then pretty soon you'll just be fired. Don't try to overrun the grace that's been given to you. But it also won't do you any good if you just operate as a secretary if your job is a manager. We need to recognise the grace and annointing and act accordingly.
Reinhard Bonnke: if you dare to give yourself to the Holy Spirit fully, there's no limit what He can do through you. What He has planned for you is beyond your wildest imagination and dreams. Life with the Holy Spirit is sooooo exciting and hot! It's real life.
Phil: Creativity is in the details. Creativity is a lifestyle. People's lives are affected and touched where creativity is present and sharp.
Michael W Smith was just sensational. Loved it, loved it, loved it. It was such a beautiful experience, taste of heaven.
The theme of the conference is "Strength".
Strength is discovered, it's found, it's a gift, it's an unquenchable passion, it's a force that enables us to go through all kinds of trials and still keep moving forward,it's who we are by design, it's His character in us, it's God Himself living in us.
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