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To Weep In Intercession Is Absolute Identification — 3 Comments

  1. Absolutely powerful word of revelation!

    As a pastor, I will most definitely continue to chew on this teaching for my own spiritual nourishment and growth–as well as share with God’s flock; AND with those who will return from captivity. Yes, I receive this!

    God bless you; and may you continue to hear clearly the true, living, and loving voice of God.

  2. hi good day. 🙂

    read your block and would like to ask for some guidance to my experience…

    so i was part of intercessory for a retreat. during tongues, i think i heard someone cry out “Lord, Lord!” and that made me cry. From what I remember, I think i cried because I felt pity for the one who cried to the Lord. It felt as if the cry coming from a very deep part of his soul, almost, hidden.

    and then another one came and during another round of prayer. during tongues I started panting so fast I thought I couldn’t almost breathe. then I was in the floor and I was screaming uncontrollably. I couldn’t stop screaming even if I wanted to. Screams just kept coming out of me. I have never screamed like that my while life. I was also shouting “Lord!” again and again and again as my body was reaching for the blessed sacrament. After the session died down, I was okay and it felt like sort of nothing happened. I didn’t feel any particular pain during the ‘situation’. I even sort of forgot the feeling of it as I stood up.

    my question to the my long story (sorry) is: why did i vaguely remember anything that happened to me? usually we get remnants from our memories even just for a little while but I hardly even remember what I felt during that certain ‘event’.

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