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Friday, July 29, 2005
Hillsong women -- Lucinda Dooley
Exactly a year ago I wrote another post about Hillsong women with Lucinda Dooley which I described seeing a furnace that's very hot. Well yesterday at Hillsong women I felt that furnace exploded.
Lucinda was just all over the place yesterday and she just couldn't contain herself. Something in her just exploded...lol
I felt a strong sense of revival in the meeting.
I felt God is going to pull the walls of the definition of churches down and cause the flames that's in the furnace to go out into the community and that His Spirit is gonna cause all the sparkles and flames into a huge fire that will just sweep across and light up the whole land of Australia.
I felt the Spirit is saying,"You've asked for so long...now come on Australia, let's do it."
She said that in 16 weeks time we'll be unrecognisable. That we'll think, believe and live at a different level, the change will be so significant that all we can say is "wow".
God's doing something new, fresh and powerful in our lives.
We're an army, we're a movement, we have actions, we're going somewhere and doing something.
Summing up a few key words to describe the feature: excellence, passion, vision, team and faith.
Some elements: commited; cause; community; crazy fun; changing the earth for the glory of God.
It's about getting on with God and give your life to resurrection life.
There's life and there's God given life, a life that God intends you to live.
And what does this new life looks like? Romans 8
1. New power in operation
2. Don't cover up the pain. We're to rip all the bandaids off and let all the wounds be healed.
3. Let your obssesion be Jesus, not you.
4. Not bound up by humanity. He has set us free. We're to walk and remain in freedom.
5. There're things to do and places to go. The call of God is upon our lives, and there are destines and plans that only we can fulfill.
For the whole day I just felt a strong sense of God's presence. I felt I was out of breath, that I was panting, and could hardly breathe. It was so thick.
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