Before anyone even hit the street, someone wanted to be baptized! Whohoo! There is nothing more motivating than that to send us out with expectant hearts!
As my team drove, a medical cross directly a crossed the street caught our eye. We pulled into the parking lot and began interceding for the office. I disclosed I saw a vision of a cracked bell earlier. I googled bell in Tupelo. Christopher Belle’s name caught my eye. He is a cardiologist at NMMC. We prayed into the Lord wanting to give the people in our community a heart transplant. As we were praying, someone remembered a little boy was killed and 8 people were going to receive one of his organs. The number 8 in the Bible is significant and represents new beginning, hope, resurrection! While we were still praying, someone pulled in front of our vehicle because she was having trouble with her bumper. We loved how the Lord brought the person to us that needed ministering to, we didn’t have to search them out!
To continue with the bell theme, we drove to Taco Bell. We noticed a young girl getting out of a car and running to the entrance. Due to covid regulations, it was locked. She banged on the door, ran back to the car and went through the drive thru again. The “Jesus is Enough” bumper sticker on the back caught my eye. Of course the Lord saw fit for them to pull into a parking spot so we could to minister to the four people in the car. Despite what the sticker said, not everyone in the car knew Jesus. Please be praying they all come to know Him as their Savior.
When we returned to the church, we met Jessie. He gave his life to Jesus and was baptized outside of a liquor store! Please join our team in praying for him as he learning how to live life without numbing his pain through mood altering substances.