June 2009

Prophetic intercession is one of those things that is a little difficult to explain and even harder to understand. Basically, sometimes God asks us to do seemingly foolish things (1 Corinthians 1:27) to make a prophetic declaration for Him. Out of obedience to Him and love for Him and for His people – we choose to be obedient in His call although sometimes from a worldly standpoint we look a bit nuts.

One biblical example is in Ezekiel 4, God tells Ezekiel to lie on one side for 390 days and then the other side for 40 days. This is actually the chapter Ezekiel bread comes from because God told him what to make to live on as he lay there!

Another example is Jeremiah 13:1-14 where God has Jeremiah put on an unwashed loincloth, then go hide them under a rock in a river for “a long while”, then take it out again… the nasty, worn, rotting loin cloth was to represent a prideful Israel and Judah!

So, God hasn’t had us do anything like those yet, but He gives us our own variety of odd prophetic acts like throwing a bible into the Missouri River, praying with a banner called “life” in Haiti, putting snowflakes near capitols and in key cities, and marching around under the Arch with rainbow flags… yes, to some it may seem nuts, but we are simply being obedient to what God’s directing us to do. These acts are the Prayer Journeys. Sometimes they are to someplace a mile away – sometimes much farther. Wherever it is He sends us, we will go.

Ok, so who is us? Us is whoever God happens to use… it’s a group of individuals who seek only His glory and to be obedient to Him (John 3:30). This site is intended for us to keep a record of where He’s taken us that we can easily access from anywhere – our online journal. The ones that appear on this site are ones where there’s been a camera brought along.

To God be ALL the glory!

If you’ve happened upon this and are a prophetic intercessor – welcome! You are in good company 🙂 To all else – I pray that God helps you to understand what He’s doing here.

If you don’t have a relationship with Jesus – you’ll want to find out more.

May God bless you all!

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  1. Julia Callicoat Says:

    Praise God for intercessors:) Jesus Rocks

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