James Maloney: ‘2015: The Year of the Dove’

James Maloney: ‘2015: The Year of the Dove’.

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Feature for the week

Releasing the sound of God – it sounds a bit mystical doesn’t it and yet its not. The sound of God is not some mysterious sound like a roar or a wind, although he does use those; it’s the sound of his voice as he speaks to you and me. One of the common ways his sound is heard is in prophetic words, yet unfortunately many times prophetic people have unknowingly misrepresented God by the way they deliver what they hear from Him.

You see, prophecy isn’t just about delivering words, its about releasing God’s intention, heart and power into a situation or into a person’s life. And God always speaks with intention – his words are spoken for a purpose, to achieve something (Is 55:11). But prophecy is not just about saying the right words; it’s also about releasing the sound of God’s voice (his heart) into a situation…

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Glorynomics™

My heart bursts its banks, spilling beauty and goodness. I pour it out in a poem to the king, shaping the river into words. Psalm 45:1

Several years ago, I, Mahesh was speaking at a pastor’s conference. During one of the breaks, we all went to a nearby restaurant for lunch. As we walked in the Lord highlighted our waitress for me. He began to share His heart for her and her struggle. I just listened to the Lord as we sat down and everyone began to put in their orders. There was a lot of commotion as people were focused on their lunch or exchanging stories with one another, but there was another sound that was in the atmosphere. It was the Lord of Glory bending down to touch a mother’s heart.

At the end of the meal, I told the young woman that the Lord knew about her…

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I can not add anything to this week’s feature post. Love – is living as a life poured out to those around us.

D. Michele Perry

{and what you can do to help}

Wow these last 24 hours have been a whirlwind over here.  So many of you have clicked and read and shared  the last post, and prayed too.  I am so humbled by that.  Please keep sharing, keep clicking, keep praying, keep wrestling with what love looks like when it is most costly.

I want to share a little bit more with you as we pick our way on this unpaved road we travel.  May I?

This picture above is of my favorite captures ever.  It is of a little girl whose world was torn to shreds, who came to us barely alive on the heels of an LRA attack almost in our backyard. {If you haven’t already, you can read about it here.}  A few months later she was running down our trails, leaping off of fallen tree trunks and flying…

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