Waiting On The Lord-Part 2

Posted By on Friday, July 22, 2016

Well the man obviously didn’t know what I was talking about. But believe you me; especially when the Lord awakens you, and there are other times when you are awake and you have that inner glow of His presence, very often it is not for prayer at all. It may be sometimes, but very often it is not. It is an inner presence in your spirit, a worship, a hunger, a thirst, an adoration, that you simply let go up to the Lord.

You direct it toward Him. There is an inner, “Praise God, Hallelujah, Oh Jesus.” You just let that thing go up to the Lord and out of it will come something that the Lord wants to do for us that we have never even thought of.

I related in this church one year (in fact, twice), when the Lord had sent me to Europe, and I’m not repeating it now, only making reference to one angle so you will understand. In Germany, the Spirit spoke to me in words, not audible words though. The words stood before me like, I didn’t see them to look at, yet I discerned them before me. It’s peculiar how the Lord does that.

There were these words, “Go to Amsterdam on New Year’s Day about the middle of the afternoon by air.” Now those of you that remember it might remember I protested; I didn’t want to go; I finally went. Some of you might remember how I sat on the plane, British European Airways, flight to London, and they didn’t take off because of a fog.

We went back to the room where they gather the passengers that were waiting for a flight and I got a great Spirit of worship, intense worship and intercession combination. I just sat in a chair (turned out to be 5 hours), and all my spirit could do was go up with “Hallelujah,” not with the words, but on the inside. I never, never utter the words to my recollection - an inner “Hallelujah, Hallelujah.” That went on for hours.

Then later the Lord brought me in contact with a Mohammed from East Africa who had been praying for years, “Oh God, if there is a God, show me the way to true peace.”

Now I sat there and had that inner presence and worship-intercession combination that I believe had to do with what was to come. God working out, the Spirit Himself engaged in worship and intercession to work out an unusual thing that involved the angel of the Lord visiting me in the airport to bring me back into the will of God when I had lost it.