Thursday, May 29, 2008


And this one certainly wasn't. Last Saturday we made the 278 mile drive to Kansas City to finally see first hand what The In*ternatio*nal Ho*use of Pr*ayer was all about.

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We have just arrived and got this shot of Mickey as we located Vanessa & her daughter, Savannah. Vanessa is the one who had the vision for an I*H*O*P in our little city of Coweta and is spending a month here in Kansas City in training.

Here is Vanessa & her husband Jeff with Savannah as we were eating in the Sandwich Shop. If you enlarge the picture you can see the shirt Savannah has shows a child in a wheel chair, a child praying for the child in the wheel chair, and the child who was in the wheel chair walking and pushing the wheel chair!!

I have to share with you about Savannah. She is 6 years old and she has been raised by a mother who loves prayer and prays a lot and shares with Savannah about prayer. Well Saturday night, after services, we got coffee and were sitting and visiting on some outside tables they have set up in an area on the sidewalk. A one point we were talking about an issue and Savannah said, "Let's just pray about that right now!" and this little 6 year old child began praying like you wouldn't believe. Suddenly a hush fell on the people milling about and sitting at other tables as they began to listen to this child pray. It was an unbelievable moment that put goose bumps on me. I thought of the scripture "A little child shall lead them". Praise God......children like this are going to change things and people.

We attended services Saturday evening & Sunday morning before returning to Coweta Sunday afternoon. We were blessed to hear Mike Bi*ckle both services. He had been overseas and had just returned from Egypt.

I hadn't posted about it until now because I had to have time to try and absorb and process what I saw & felt to even try and put it into words. I still can't really do that but wanted to post this before too much more time passed.

I must tell you, it is an awesome thing to see a place where prayer has been going on continuously for 24/7 for 8 years!!!! The worship and teaching were wonderful, but we've been to a lot of meetings where the worship and teaching were wonderful. I think what impressed us the most was the dedication we saw in the people there...all ages, all shapes and sizes, from every background......truly a snapshot of The Body of Christ that has become such a burning reality in my heart and Spirit the past number of years.

I truly feel God is sending out a clarion call to the entire WORLD to pray. I feel our country and our world are in the state they are currently in because we truly do not 1) pray, 2) know how to pray, and 3) most pastors and churches are not teaching and calling their flock to pray. Just stop and think when the last time was you heard a message about praying. Just stop and consider how much time you spend praying. Do you pray daily? Only at meals? How much time do you spend praying? Do you spend all your prayer time just praying for yourself, your family and your loved ones?

Do you flippantly say, "I'll pray for you." and never think about it again. Hard questions I know.........but they truly show the condition we as Christians are in.

God wants us to truly fall in love with Him. We want to spend time with someone we truly love. Talking things over, telling Him how much we love Him, just being in His presence and listening to what He wants to tell us. Most of all God looks at our hearts and wants to show each of us our own heart.

My friend, and fellow pray-er, Ginger has written a wonderful, powerful post on prayer here. I hope you will read it.

I'm just so excited with what I see God doing around this entire world. He is calling people to pray, to be part of preparing the Bride of Christ (The Church) for His soon return.



These are a couple of shots of the lovely place and grounds we stayed. I wish we could have stayed a week and absorbed so much more of the flavor of I*H*O*P, but I'm glad we were finally able to see and experience it first hand for ourselves.

Another shot of the worship leader.

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Monday, May 26, 2008


"There is a friend who sticks closer than a brother." Proverbs 18:24

Building great relationships takes time and energy. And you only discover how valuable such relationships are when they're tested. One author writes: "Contouring your heart to beat with another requires extensive whittling to trim away self-centeredness. It's like riding the bus, if you're going to have company you must be willing to scoot over to accommodate other people and the baggage they bring. Your actions in doing this express the importance of the other person. One relationship becomes more valuable than others because of its ability to survive and endure realignments!"

The qualities we value most in a friend are two-fold: (1) The assurance that they won't bail out when the road gets rocky, (2) The knowledge that our imperfections and scars won't change their level of commitment. Solomon said, "A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend that sticks closer than a brother." It's about quality, not quantity. That's why heart connections can be so much stronger than blood connections. Don't be too quick to discount someone's good qualities because they made a mistake, disappointed you or did something without thinking. You wouldn't haul your car to the junkyard because it had a faulty battery or a flat tire! Love means risk, but the payoffs outweigh the investment. Behind every success story you'll find people who once felt so discouraged they wanted to quit, who fell and needed lifting when someone stepped in, picked them up and helped them to keep going. Life is not built on acquisitions and accomplishments, it's build on relationships. So keep yours in good shape!

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Friday, May 23, 2008

SHOW & TELL #17 - This & That

I am so happy to be able to participate in Show & Tell this week. I've missed the past two weeks due to my knee surgery. Got to Kelli's and sign up on Mr. Linky after you've written your Show & Tell post and join the fun.

I want to show my lovely Mother's Day gifts.

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My daughter, Jacque, gave me this lovely flower pot she had purchased for me during her recent trip to Florida. The words on the pot "If I had a flower for each time I thought of my mother, I could walk in my garden forever. Unknown" It had 3 lovely Celosia plants in it.

As you can see the pot is pictured with only the lovely red Celosia in it. The reason for this is they grow to be quite big. My other daughter, Suzette, gave me an entire flat of three variety of bedding plants: Celosia, Lobelia, andMarigolds. When Mickey planted the flowers in the flower beds we took 2 of the Celosia out of the pot and added with the many from Suzette to plant outside.

This is my gift from our youngest son, Marc. The picture did not turn out well because it is actually a mirror with two hearts on it, one at the top and a smaller one at the bottom. The words read: " Mom, May today you know a blessing...for you have blessed me in so many ways! 'Now these three remain, faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love.' 1 Corinthians 13:13 NIV

I have such great kids!!!!! Can you tell they know I love "words"!!!!

This is an 11 1/2 year old Christmas Coca-Cola set. If you enlarge the photo you can see the 1996 date in the right hand corner.

What is so special about these is I just received them last week!!! One of our neighbors, Wayne, brought them to me. He and his wife are cleaning out and down sizing and they had 2 of these sets and he brought it down to see if I'd like to have them. You bet!!! Thanks!!!

This is our first crop from Mickey's strawberry patch he planted last year. 10 berries.....hey, it was enough to add to our fruit salad last night for dinner and make it extra special and very tasty!!

This is a tiny little Woody Woodpecker that flew into our French door late last evening and was sitting there stunned. We could tell he wasn't hurt badly and decided it was a good time to get his picture. Mickey tried to open the door for a second, better shot and he immediately flew away. Isn't he precious?

Thanks for stopping by and letting me share this hodge-podge of blessings. I've really missed Show & Tell and glad to be back.

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Thursday, May 22, 2008


Many times in reading parts of the Old Testament I have found it does not speak at all to me, and actually is boring reading. THEN there are those times, when God knows I are ready for it, and my eyes and ears are suddenly opened to truths that have been there all along. I have just been experiencing this recently as we are re-reading through the entire Bible from the Amplified Version. It is so exciting and I praise His Holy name for showing, and re-showing me, such truths.

It is now occurring in II Chronicles and it is so exciting!!!

The Lord really began to deal with me about prayer, and the fact I didn't really understand about it back in 1984!!!! I began to seek out truly learning and finding what it meant when the Bible tells us to "Pray without ceasing". Then in July, 2000 I found, and read, Andrew Murray on Prayer, and this book literally changed my prayer life. I have since re-read this book 5 times and refer to it a lot.

In January of this year Mickey & I became involved with a group, here in Coweta, Remnant House of Prayer. Here again is another life changing experience that has so opened our eyes and hearts to the power of prayer. Not just for ourselves, and prayer requests and needs we know of, but to be interceding on behalf of what God's plans and purposes are for the entire world, and especially for THE CHURCH, The Body of Christ, in these last days.

You know, God is always pressing us, moving us on, getting us to where He's had in mind for us from the beginning of time!!! God began. a couple of months ago, to speak to me about beginning a prayer group here in blogland that would not only encompass prayer 24/7 but encompass the entire world. Of course then our enemy comes in with "who do you think you are to tackle such a job?", "remember you are 70 years old", etc. etc.

So back to II Chronicles!!! On May 29th we were reading Chapter 13 and I notices I had marked several verses back in August last year. They were: vs 3 "And Abijah prepared for battle with an army of valiant men of war, 400,000 chosen men. Jeraboam, set the battle in array against him with 800,000 chosen men, mighty men of valor" - vs 8 "And now you think to withstand the kingdom of the Lord which is in the hands of the sons of David because you are a great multitude and you have with you the golden calves, which Jeraboam made for you for gods." & vs 14 "When Judah looked, behold the battle was before and behind and they cried to the Lord, and the priests blew the trumpets. and the outcome was that the Lord fought the battle and Abijah, with 1/2 the manpower, won!!!!!

Then the next day, in Chapter 14 vs 11 God literally screamed at me "Asa cried to the Lord his God, O Lord, there is none besides You to help, and it makes no difference to You whether the one You help is mighty or powerless. Help us, O Lord our God! For we rely on You, and we go against this multitude in Your name. O Lord, You are our God; let no man prevail against You!" Thus I obeyed what God had placed on my heart and began the prayer blog Hearts In "1" Accord 24/7.

On May 7th Chapter 20 vs 15b-17 "The Lord says this to you: Be not afraid or dismayed at this great multitude; for the battle is not yours, but God's. Tomorrow go down to them. Behold, they will come up by the Ascent of Ziz, and you will find them at the end of the ravine before the Wilderness of Jeruel. You shall not need to fight in this battle; take your positions; stand still; and see the deliverance of the Lord (Who is) with you. Oh Judah and Jerusalem, Fear not nor be dismayed. Tomorrow go out against them, for the Lord is with you." Then yesterday Chapter 30 vs 9 "For if you return to the Lord, your brethren and your children shall find compassion with their captors and return to this land. For the Lord your God is gracious and merciful, and He will not turn away His face from you if you return to Him."

All of this has been burning in my heart since yesterday and I just had to be obedient and share it here. Just look at that last promise, our brethren and our children will be freed from their captors and return to this land. (meaning to God!!!) How can we not be obedient to pray "without ceasing"?

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Tuesday, May 20, 2008


One of the joys in living in a small town is the way the community gets behind events. Last Saturday was just such a day here in Coweta.
Blue Star Mothers had a campaign of selling yellow T-shirts to the community that had the blue ribbon that said "Coweta Support our troops" and below the ribbon "until they all come home" Blue Star Mothers is a nation wide organization of mothers who have son's serving in the Armed Forces. They fix up care boxes to send to the troops. Coweta has the only current Blue Star Mothers Club in Oklahoma.
At 9 a.m. Saturday morning we meet in the parking lot of a shopping center and formed the looped ribbon with the streamers hanging down out of people wearing the yellow T-shirts. Here is one section of the group. The two men standing on either side of the chair were two of our local pastors who participated.
Here is another shot of some of the group.

Yet another shot of others. There were about 50-60 of us all together. After the human Yellow Ribbon was formed they took pictures from a large stepladder. Wish I had one to show you and the local TV station flew over with their helicopter to film it. It was a beautiful morning and Mickey & I were honored to take part, in this small way, to honor all the men and woman who put their lives in harms way to protect our freedom.

As is this wasn't enough excitement for the day at 11 a.m. there was another celebration held in our Church parking lot. This event was to surprise and honor one of our church members who had just returned from Iraq the night before at 11 p.m.

Here is the story: His name is Andy Stiles and he lives next door to our Pastor and his wife, Paula, and also another young couple, Joe & Amy, in our church. Andy had an old 1973 Plymouth Barracuda in his garage that he had owned since 1979. Our Pastor and Joe got together and decided they were going to get the car painted and tuned up as a surprise for Andy while he was gone.

As so often happens when someone steps out to GIVE, God steps in and turns it into even a bigger blessing both for the gift and the giver. This project grew until Wyotech (Wyoming Technical Institute, commonly known as WyoTech, is a for-profit college system founded in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1966. Initially an automotive-themed school, under the ownership of Corinthian Colleges, Inc., WyoTech now offers courses in other mechanical oriented trades.) had gotten involved and the car was literally taken apart, piece by piece, and completely rebuilt and restored.

Here is the rebuilt Cuda. Our Pastor, Gary Rogers, is on the bullhorn telling the crowd what is taking place and happening. The young boy by pastor is one of the Honor Guard that would later bring the flags into the services inside the church honoring Andy and all veterans in service. The young men behind the car are the 25 young Wyotech students that volunteered all of the man hours in restoring, rebuilding and repainting the car. They were from many different state, one even from Alaska.

Here is a shot of the crowd watching the event.

Here is the completely restored 1973 Plymouth Barracuda.

Andy's wife had managed to keep this entire project a secret!! She drove Andy, blindfolded, from their home to the church. Pastor, on the bullhorn, had quited the crowd so when he got out of the car he did not hear anything.
Here is Tammy and their two small girls leading the blindfolded Andy to the car.

We weren't close enough to actually get pictures of his face when the blindfold came off and he actually saw his car. Needless to say, he was speechless and very overwhelmed. Here they are presenting him with a Wyotech jacket.

The entire event was filmed by both Channel 6 and 2 and it is going to be shown on Special Edition but we have not been given the showing date yet.

We are so happy to belong to such a wonderful church that reaches out constantly to the community of Coweta. The Blue Star Mothers were also a part of the program at this event. The Church auditorium was 1/2 full for this program and the biggest part were not church members but people from the community.

As if this wasn't enough excitement for one day one of the couples, Gary & Shirley, had our Sunday School class over for a wonderful cookout at 6 p.m. There were 10 of us present and we had a ball. We took me, and my very sore knee!, home about 9:30 to bed. I rather over did it that day, but wouldn't have missed a moment of any of it.

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Sunday, May 18, 2008


I recently blogged about the book, THE SHACK by William P. Young. I was just so moved by this book that I'm finding it hard to get it off my mind.

There is one paragraph in the book, that to me, the book would have been worth reading for just this one paragraph. So I am quoting that paragraph here. I trust you will REALLY ponder what this is saying, and not just read the words.

"Paradigms power perception & perceptions power emotions.

Most emotions are responses to perception - what you think is true about a given situation. If your perception is false, then your emotional response to it will be false too. So check your perceptions, and beyond that check the truthfulness of your paradigms - what you believe. Just because you believe something firmly doesn't make it true. Be willing to reexamine what you believe. The more you live in the truth, the more your emotions will help you see clearly. But even then, you don't want to trust them more than me."

This is of course God speaking to the character in the book. But it is what God is speaking to ALL of us. Base what you believe ONLY on THE WORD OF GOD, THE BIBLE, and what it says and nothing else. Reexamine what you believe. Is it in line with God's Word? If it isn't we are off base. The truth will set us free but it is only THE TRUTH that we KNOW that sets us free.

My prayer is that we may ALL be free in deed.

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Wednesday, May 14, 2008


My friend Meredith did this one some time ago and it looked interesting and throught provoking to me.

I am - a Child of God, a wife, a mother of 4, a grandmother of 3, a friend and a blogger.

I want - to become all that God wants me to be.

I have - a remarkable family that has true honesty and openness.

I wish - everyone could know and love my Jesus like I do.

I hate - that satan has blinded the eyes of so many.

I miss - my parents, my sister, and my dear friend, Beverly, who are all waiting for me in Heaven

I fear - missing the mark of His high calling.

I feel - very deeply and show my feelings.

I hear - what people are usually saying in their hearts and not necessarily their words.

I smell - the wonderful fragrance of flowers, and good food cooking.

I crave - ice cream and REAL Mexican food

I search - for truth above all things.

I wonder - what Heaven will truly look and be like.

I love - The Word, my Lord, my husband, my sons & daughters, my grandkids, my church, my Pastor and my friends.

I dance - to some church songs.

I sing - chorus and David Ingles music.

I cry - at the drop of a hat and often. I find it hard not to cry when I pray.

I don't always - get as much accomplished as I want to.

I wish - I had enough money to truly help people when God puts it on my heart.

I fight - for the truth and what is right and fair.

I write - because I love it and have to.

I never - get tired of learning and knowing about people.

I listen - very well and truly HEAR what people are saying.

I need - just what I have, a loving husband and family.

I am happy - most all the time.

If any of you decide to do this meme please drop me a comment and let me know so I can come and read it.

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I have mentioned Freedom House several times.

This is a separate work that is being supported and established by our Church, Coweta Assembly of God. At the current time we have a 3 bedroom home that is being used for this ministry work, with plans to build a 2 story woman's facility on the back of our church property at a later date..

The Home Missionary over this work is Karen Coon. Karen has been interviewed by The 700 Club and her testimony will be shown tomorrow, May 15th, on the following channels:

Direct TV - ABC Family - Channel 311 - at 10 am, 11 pm, & 3 am - On TBN channel 312 at 3 pm and NRB - Channel 378 at 10 pm

Dish Network - ABC Family - Channel 180 - at 10 am, 11 pm, & 3am - On TBN channel 200 at 3 pm

Sky Angel - ABC Family - Channel 9712 - at 12 Noon, & 6 pm - On TBN - Channel 9709 at 3 pm = On TLN - Channel 9714 - at 11 am

Cable - ABC Farmily - Various Channels - at 10 am, 11 pm & 3 am - TBN - Various Channels at 3 pm

Sirus Radio - Channel 161 - at 12 noon

Freedom House is a work with woman coming out of prison. I know you will enjoy hearing about this work and Karen's personal testimony of her salvation and God's marvelous work in her life.

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Tuesday, May 13, 2008


As you know I had my left knee operated on last Thursday, May 8th. I had to be at the facility at 9:15 a.m. and the operation was scheduled at 11:15 a.m. It is a brand new (less than 4 years old) facility and it is really nice, plush and very fancy. They put you into your backless gown (ugh!) but then give you a matching blue robe and blue sock's for your feet and then they bring you two warm blankets to cover up in. The nurses were wonderful. The Dr. came in and talked to me and Mickey. Then he took a pen and wrote "Here" on the left knee and handed Mickey the pen as a souvenir!!!

Promptly at 11:15 I was walking down the hall to the operating room. They have 8 operating rooms!!!! I remember getting very sleepy and thinking "any minute I'm going to be out." I was. Then I woke up in the recovery room, they said 45 minutes later. Again, wonderful nurses that were asking me if I could raise my left leg, which I did 10 times and telling me to take deeper breaths. Then to another room where Mickey was brought in and another nurse was talking to me and giving me a pain pill to make the 25 mile drive home and we were out of there by 12:45.

Not a very pretty picture, but this is what it looked like Sunday noon, when I finally got to take the bandage off. Don't you love the iodine painted leg? It felt so good to get that huge bandage off!!!!

Another view of my painted leg!!!! After getting the bandage off I finally got to take a shower and go over to our daughter Jacques for a lovely family Mother's Day celebration.

I am doing great. I had very little pain and only ended up taking 4 of the pain pills, usually during the night, that they had given me. Each day the swelling goes down a little bit more. I know I am going to be as good as new soon!!!!

Thank you for all your prayers and concern.

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Monday, May 12, 2008


I have just finished reading
The Shack by William P. Young.

This is a book of fiction that I never would have picked up off the shelf of my local religious bookstore to read on my own. Neither the title or the cover picture would have appealed to me and I am not fond of religious fiction.

I bought it, and read it, based on 3 other bloggers who so highly recommended it.

I am so thankful I did.

This book S-T-R-E-A-C-H-E-D me beyond anything I have encountered in a long time. It took me out of my "comfort zone" as to my preconceived ideas about the Triune God, Father, Son & Holy Spirit.

I have already passed my copy on to a friend to read and recommended it to several others. I highly recommend it to you.

Just one more caveat, have a large box of tissues by your'll need them!
It is the type of book you can hardly put down, it grips you so. It is also a book you hate to see end!!!

How many of you have heard of the book or read it?

I think it is the first work of this author but I trust there will be more.

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Sunday, May 11, 2008


Happy Mother's Day
to all the Sweet Mother's
in our Blog Land World.

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Wednesday, May 7, 2008


When ever God calls us to a task and we are obedient you might as well pick up your sword (The Word of God) and get ready for the onslaught of the devil. But we are to "Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour." I Peter 5:8

I knew when God called me to begin this 24/7 Prayer Group among the bloggers He would call and add to this group. I also knew satan would be doing anything and everything he could to try and stop it. But "Yea are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, that he that is in the world" I John 4:4.

For the first time since I began using the internet in the 1990's I was without internet service for 3 days!!!!!! That is why I have not posted in days and no one has heard from me. I finally got back on-line this evening and am frantically trying to do a little catching up on contacting people and posting this. I am also going to have knee surgery tomorrow morning at 11:15. I ask for your prayers in this regard. I do not know how many days I will be laid up with this before I will be able to sit at the computer desk. Rest assured I will be chomping at the bit to be back here!!

The other wonderful news I have to report is that we had our Remnant Prayer group at our home last Saturday night, May 3rd. and it was AWESOME!!! We began at 7 and ended at 11:30!!! We had 12 people, from 3 different communities and 3 different churches. I am just awe struck with what God is doing in our little town of Coweta and all over the world. HE is calling His people, His Church, His Body, His Bride to pray!!!!! Then Sunday morning at church, those of us who go to the prayer room for prayer during the Sunday School hour had just a marvelous time of prayer for 45 minutes. It is all so exciting to me!!!! I have longed to see this day for many years.

Our leader of the Remnant Prayer group, Vanessa, left Monday for a month internship at The Kansas City International House of Prayer and we have already had a wonderful report from her.......and she just got there.

I know God is moving all over our nation and the world and I would love for you to leave me a comment telling me how God is moving in your life and your area. Let's broadcast the Good News of what Our Lord and Savior is doing!!!!

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Friday, May 2, 2008

SHOW & TELL '08 - #16 - Old Rocking Chair

Yes, it's Friday again!!!! Boy the weeks, and now the months, are flying by. Go over to Kelli's and join in the fun. Pick something to show & tell about and then sign up on Mr. Linky and visit the other Show & Tell participants. It truly is a joy.

Yes, this is a rocking chair.....or rather I should say, it WAS a rocking chair.!!

When we were expecting our 3rd child, our girls were 8 & 9 years old so all the related baby items were long gone. I immediately told my husband that I wanted a rocking chair. I had to have a rocking chair to rock the new arrival. I love rocking babies!!

The time came and I gave birth to our first son and while in the hospital I was feeling a little disappointed and sad because my husband had not gotten a rocking chair. The day I came home from the hospital here was this wonderful gift awaiting me.....a maple rocking chair. This was in 1964 so the chair will be 44 years old come this June.

Our second son was born 5 years later so this chair got a lot of use rocking 2 babies.

These two sons of our loved to stand on the rocker bars so eventually they broke but I did not want to get rid of the chair so my husband cut the rockers off. Thus this very short legged chair that holds many memories and still get used in this household.

Thanks for letting me share my Show & Tell with you once again

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Thursday, May 1, 2008


Today is the National Day of Prayer. I trust many of you participated in this. We will be going to our church, Coweta Assembly of God, tonight at 7:00 for the city wide services that are being held there for Coweta.

I doubt that many of you know this, but the current National Day of Prayer was signed into being in 1952 under President Truman. The driving force behind the movement for this was Vonette Bright, wife of the late Dr. Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade for Christ. Bill Bright was born right here in Coweta!!!! We are very proud of that fact.

I am re posting below the part of my yesterdays post that was about a 24/7 Prayer group that I am starting here in blogland. As of writing this there are 5 of us that have committed to this. There are several others who are praying about it. I thought because it was at the bottom of yesterdays post that maybe some of you overlooked it.

How ever many God has chosen for this is what we will start with. If it is just the current 5 that's okay because Zac. 4:10 states: "For who hath despised the day of small things?" & Jesus changed the world with 12 disciples.

In connection with what God is doing here in Coweta, He has put it on my heart to start a 24/7 (24 hours 7 days a week) Prayer group here on blogland. I know that a great many of you who read my blog are prayer's.

The purpose of this post is to see how many of you would be interested in becoming involved with this and make a commitment toward doing it? I would wish that people would commit for a 1/2 hour or hour time slot, but will accept those who feel they can only give 15 minutes. I know that we are spread out through many different parts of the world, and many different time zones. We will use the international time zone to fill all the spots. Once we get it set up I will start a new blog consisting of just these prayers.

I will go into more detail after I find out how many of you wish to participate. Please let me know when you comment if you are interested. If your e-mail address is not on your blog please also leave that for me so I can contact you directly and privately.

The Lord had put this on my heart some time ago, but with going on our trip and being out of pocket I knew I needed to wait until I could devote my undivided attention to what God was calling me to do. I find it not at all unusual that I am posting this 1 day before our National Day of Prayer, on May 1st!!!! God's plans and orchestration is so marvelous and beyond our understanding.

To sum this all up: First, and most importantly PRAY about this. Then: 1)If you are a prayer and 2) interested in joining in with this 24/7 prayer group and 3) are willing to commit to a set time each and every day or night to pray for 15, 30 or 60 minutes, 4) please let me know by leaving me a comment to that effect & 5) please be sure I have your e-mail address.
Father God I ask you to call forth the Intercessory Prayer Partners that YOU have chosen for this calling and purpose, for this particulate time and group. In my Saviors precious, precious name I pray. Amen