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Member of In Christ New Hope MinistrySister Nancy L. Gatson | March 5, 2011 | Feast Fully!
Saturday morning when I woke I had a quickening in my spirit that the Lord was going to move greatly on Sunday, so I prepared myself to receive whatever the Lord was going to do.  I woke several times throughout the night because I was excited about what the Lord was going to do so when I finally got up instantly the Lord put this song in my heart;

Come over here, the table is spread. Feast from the Lord is surely going on. We gonna drink from the fountain that Well will never run dry. We gonna shout hallelujah by and by!

The Lord said that He was preparing a table all were welcomed to get whatever they needed from that table and I said Lord ‘Whatever is left on the table I was taking and He said have at it’.  Some may think that I was crying out in sorrow but that wasn’t it I was crying out to the Lord because He has been so good to me and that He kept me when I did not want to be kept and that He was so worthy to be praised and that things have shifted in my life and circumstances/situation.

So I felt compelled by the Spirit to tell the church that the table was prepared by the Lord and Ephesians 3:20 came to mind ‘To Him who is able to do exceedingly and abundantly  above all that we could ask or think according to the power that works within us’ was on the table that means that whatever you needed was on the table with no limitations (Godly things, natural things, spiritual things) and whatever was left over I was taking.  So when I got home I still had Glory on me and all I could do was sit and listen to some Gospel music just enjoying His peace and the Lord said ‘Was anything left on the table.’  I said ‘No Sir’, ‘He said I know because everyone ate from the table and even my picky eaters got something from that table.’  At that moment I was blessed again because the Lord was happy on what transpired on that service and I am telling you I am looking forward to see the manifested blessing that will come out of that service.

Sister Cherri Hawkins | Saturday, June 13, 2009 | In the Time of Rest

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4 thoughts on “Members

  1. Thank you so much sister for the encouraging words and I look fwd to meeting with all my ICNHM family and if weather allows I will be attending Bible Studies this Wednesday. It’s time for me to walk the path that are precious LORD has assigned to me, and knowing that I have saints such as yourself in my corner lets me know how bessed I am. Until we meet much Love n Blessings.

  2. Blessed Greetings David!
    God spoke about reclaiming His children several years ago. He said, simply: “I’m bringing them all back.” We can see in His Word the same message and I’m sure you’re familiar with its various expressions: the prodigal son, the lost sheep; and other Scriptures where He tells us how precious we are to Him – more so than any other of His creations. We welcome you back to ICNHM and pray that worship springs forth from that deep place of reverence for God that you experienced on Sunday. You might also like to know that we now have a noon Bible Study on Wednesdays in addition to the 7PM. Store up the Word in your heart; be still and know that He is God. See you soon!

  3. Hello my name is David W. Thompson I’ve been a member of ICNHM since 2005 but I’m sad to say that due to issues in my personal life today(3-9-14)was the first time in 7yrs that I’ve attended ICNHM, with that being sad God has been dealing with me and healing me in this matter in the way that He and He alone can. I didn’t know what to expect but the Love I received from Pastor and First Lady warmed my heart. I realized how much I’ve missed this mighty man of Gods teachings and the awesome anointed atmosphere. I haven’t felt this good in a very long time and I look forward too getting back into the flow with my church family and receiving all that Father has for me through fellowship at ICNHM. Thank you for allowing me to share, I’m back THANK YOU LORD GOD I’m back.

  4. I was listening meditating on the phrase to a song titled You Are God Alone, specifically the verses:

    you are God alone, from before time began
    your were on your throne, you are God alone
    and right now, in the good times and bad
    you are on your throne, you are God alone

    I recently came through an ordeal that had me pressed on all sides. Part of me wanted to fight and part of me just wanted peace. Both sides had strong voices. I remember going through my contact list on my cell phone looking for someone to advise me. Guess, what? No one was available. That left me and God, alone. So, I went to him. But not after I beat myself up (just a little) for not going directly to him in the first place.

    “Shawnice, how could you do that? You know the bible says to lean not to your own understanding. That includes those other people too. I thought you knew how to walk this thing out. You can’t even get through a day without stressing over an issue. Your weak. Admit it…just weak. ”

    And, the battle in my mind goes on because I’m still thinking about this ordeal. I’m thinking about how I’ve been praying over this thing, but it seemed as if I still had no answer. Now, I’m digging in. I’m going through dreams and I’m blocking distractions because I’m listening. I mean, I’m expecting to hear something. But, still. Nothing. I say to myself, this is so “not” normal. I have nothing – and can’t do nothing!

    I called my husband and asked him what he thinks I should do. He says, “Don’t do anything”. And that is what I did.

    Now I’m back to my song, You are God alone. And I’m recalling I heard Patsy Clairmont (http://www.patsyclairmont.com/) speak on “our perspective.” I’ll share it here.

    Isaiah 55:8-9 reads:
    For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the LORD. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.

    How are is the heavens higher then the earth? Well, if you could drive to Pluto at 70 mph, it would probably take you 4,335 years. That’s pretty far. Really. It’s a great distance. So if I put that into terms of my thoughts compared to God’s thoughts, you can see there’s a vast difference. I don’t have a word to describe the difference.

    So I had to change my perspective. Not having an answer does not mean I don’t have an answer. I had the answer all along – nothing! And, then there’s my song, You are God, alone (with me). Through good times and bad times, you are God alone (with me). I am not alone with Him, He is alone, with me.

    You are not alone with God. He is alone with you. You are not alone resting in His arms. He is alone with you, so you can rest in His arms, alone.

    Think about it.

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