SHARE YOUR BURDENS WITH INTERCESSORS
I was near the top of a high mountain in the midst of
a wind storm. I looked above me at the pinnacle and the
wind was fiercely coming over the top of it and swirling. I
needed to snow ski down to the bottom of the mt and saw that
the wind was violently blowing in every direction below me.
I realized it was not safe for me to descend, so I was stuck
in that nook/ cleft in the rock to wait on the Lord.
Then I saw a lady below whom I know always stands for "He
will make a way where there is no way!" She was in a large,
safe concrete building and looking harried and then
astonished as she looked behind her. I saw all the
elephants standing at attention, in rank, aligned in that
warehouse type place! The elephants were various sizes from
small to large. One was massive.
I heard the Lord say to me, "This is your army! Use
The elephants are the intercessors/ burden bearers. I felt
the Lord was saying this isn’t about numbers, but about
authority as there were only about 30 elephants there, but
boy where they intimidating and huge. The lady that also saw
them, she was shocked to stand among them. I felt the
concrete warehouse represented a safe refuge away from the
fierce wind storm and it was a safe place to pray and
PONDER: SHARE YOUR BURDENS WITH THOSE WHO PRAY 7/03/14
I AM calling you into your places of
refuge dear ones, away from the storm. Yes there are fierce
winds blowing, and as you wait upon Me for escape, I will
hide you in the clefts of the rock and you will be safe. I
will make a way where there is no way.
Share your heavy burdens with the
intercessors. I have hidden them in a place of safety and
they shall pray, war and intercede from a hidden place. A
way will open and you will feel lighter in the morning. I
AM with you dear ones, trust Me no matter how strong the
Song of Solomon 2:14 O my dove, in the clefts of the
rock, in the secret places of the cliff, let me see your
face, let me hear your voice; for sweet is your voice, and
your countenance is lovely.
Isaiah 26:20 Come, my people, enter you into your
chambers, and shut your doors about you: hide yourself as it
were for a little moment, until the indignation is past.