Sister 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