Tuesday Night Prayer Meeting

We had our Tuesday night prayer meeting the other night.  Things went really well.  I wasn’t sure how many people were going to come–we just recently sent four of our regulars to Kansas City to join the prayer movement going on there.  But we had a good turn out and Jesus met us in some unique ways–I’ll describe a little more about that later.

We started the Tuesday night prayer meeting when we returned from Kansas City.  It used to be just Christy and me, but while I was weighing inviting others to contend for revival in Cedar Rapids with us, a prophetic friend of ours looked at me and asked me when I was going to start my worship night.  Ever since then we’ve met pretty much every Tuesday night.  Some nights are spectacular…others are pretty dry…once in a while gifts of prophecy and healing will emerge.

 Lately I’ve been pretty discouraged with the the time.  We hadn’t seemed to be making  much headway…no one seemed to be growing in their intercession…and while I love Luke 18, I’m not committed to barrenness.  Anyways, Tuesday night was fun.  Everyone entered into prayer and the Lord used everyone to bring us to a place of intercession that we haven’t touched in awhile.  The Lord addressed some significant strongholds and then prompted us to begin to declare freedom in each others’ finances so we can better serve the Lord.  Everyone prophesied that night.  It was great.  All I can say is that there is something precious to the Lord and unique when everyone in a group is flowing in the anointing of the Lord. 

So the Lord is good and the intercession goes on…


About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

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