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Prayers for Real

We've had a great couple of evenings praying at Kerith. Really enthusiastic pray-ers and the presence of God made for memorable and significant evenings.

I'd so appreciate your prayers over the next 2 weeks on the run up to Real - for the Conference, the Team and the Guests

Here are my prayer requests for Real (based around Isaiah 55)
Great expectancy in the (thirsty) Guests - all those already booked in, and more to book in please!
"Hey there! All who are thirsty, come to the water!" v 1

The Team to be open to the Holy Spirit prompting us - in the planning; on our feet during the conference; at every opportunity (from the Platform, in the coffee queues etc)
"I don't think the way you think, The way you work isn't the way I work" v 8

Pray for Rachel, Liz and me as we prepare to speak and share God's Word - that we hear from Him and that we "get out of the way"!
" Just as rain and snow descend from the skies and don't go back until they've watered the earth,
Doing their work of making things grow and blossom,
producing seed for farmers and food for the hungry,
So will the words that come out of my mouth not come back empty-handed.
They'll do the work I sent them to do, they'll complete the assignment I gave them" v 11

Life changing God-encounters for every single woman that comes to Real
.."You'll be led into a whole and complete life...no more thistles ..no more thrornbushes but stately pines - Monuments to me, to God,
living and lasting evidence of God." v 12-13

Your prayers are precious and powerful - thank you x

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