Small Beginning, But Lasting Power

This week I was blessed to interview some Spanish ladies who live in the central coast of California. They shared with me the story of their intercession and praying for California, which led to the visit of Gershom to their town. I am amazed at how patient and small the beginning of this great revival was. I am a millionaire as a result of the Scripture that says, “Despise not the day of small things.”

Now the churches in the central coast area around Santa Maria are experiencing phenomenal church growth ~ and much of this is happening because of intercession of these ladies.  Their prayerful open-ended requests brought Gershom Sikaala from Zambia, Africa to California ~ and to the Maranda Ranch for seven days of God’s glory.

A phenomenon that stuns me is that I realized that the seven nights of glory were actually physically small events, and by all fleshly standards through the eyes of a critic, not much happened.  By this I mean, I talked to critics about the incident and to them it was almost a non-event.  Of course they admitted it happened, but they would not concede to its impact.  But then I talked to the Spanish ladies, their relatives, and their friends…

Suddenly I discovered that under the spiritual structure of Santa Maria there was a granite-solid volcano of revival pushing to the surface of every church in the region.  The seeds that were planted in the hearts of Californians by Gershom were unstoppable. And some were so powerful that they are already affecting nations outside of the U.S!

I have seen the same phenomenon happen in the ministry of Timothy Snodgrass. Because the words he has prophesied have truly been words from God, they have not “returned again void.”  We are seeing a rare phenomenon that I believe is going to explode at Disneyland on  October 27.  Don’t miss that special day at the Disney Grand Hotel!

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By Gazowsky

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