Best of Onething

In brief, here are my top 6 moments from Onething 2006 at the International House of Prayer.

1. In the prayer room, watching a group of young adults pray for a girl with CP. And then rejoicing and crying as the crippled girl threw down her crutches and ran around for perhaps the first time in her life!
2. Night one when Mike Bickle started weeping in the middle of his message on Christ’s love for us. He then interrupted his message to have the whole arena lay hands and pray for one another to receive a deeper revelation of His love.
3. Shelley Hundley’s seminar message on “standing in the counsel of the Lord” (Jeremiah 23:18-22) and the supernatural encounter she had with Jesus back in 1999.
4. Having a messianic Jewish man named Evan sing over us (in Hebrew!) the priestly blessing in Numbers 6, and then lead us in intercession for Israel.
5. Sharing a room with a radical 16 year old named Brittany. She’d flown out to KC from California all by herself to join with her generation in fasting and prayer.
6. Being in the prayer room in between sessions and having a stranger touch my shoulder and say to me, simply and prophetically, “Freedom!” Freedom is the word that I believe will mark my 2007. Have you asked God to give you a word for 2007?

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  1. healingrevivalist says:

    thanks so much for your comment. ok, so by cp do you mean cerebral palsy? now that is radical! that is one of the main things I am contending for. prayed for a man at the Greyhound terminal last Friday night. He felt tingling at first in his knees and then down to his feet, but he didn’t get out of his wheelchair.

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