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Reflecting on 2017 and Possible Implications for 2018

Based in my recent travels, partcularly this fall trip to Norway, Holland and N. Ireland:

1. God is on the move, in all three countries. New levels of enthusiasm for the Revelation of the Father’s love. Norway – great response, much fruit, greater interest, 5 -6 invitations to minister there in 2018. The Netherlands, area of Zeeland (South of Holland), only one church was interested, now there are three who want more in 2018, great openness, very accepting as they receive this revelation. Church leaders are now willing to work together to promote this revelation. Had a chance to minister to the Leaders of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Holland, again deeply impacted. Northern Ireland, great impact as people entered into their own personal revelation in a deep way. Could be follow up ministry in 2018 to see what God will have me do there next. Hadn’t been there for 20 years. Now God is reopening Germany in 2018.

2. Realise God is causing growth to my ministry, not a phasing out. My travelling days are not over but could be increasing. Daily I pray “Not my will, but your will be done.”

3. What I thought was a one off experience of releasing people into their destiny (Happened first at Catch the Fire Scarborough) in now a regular occurrence. Happened at CTF Airport, one evening, at a Mary Audrey Raycroft evening, then 5 or 6 times on this last trip, including leaders of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal of Holland who all came forward. They key in each case is a divine encounter with the Father’s love which causes or allows us to embrace His calling on our lives. (what happened in my life and dramatically to Beni Johnson years ago).

Appreciate prayer as we prayerfully seek His will for 2018 and beyond


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