Hey beautiful bloggers!
I found a computer and a minute to write a little something, so I want to make contact with you. I've been reading your comments...the timing of some of them is really interesting, and some of them are just interesting any time. There is so so so much to tell you, and I will share more when I can have some real alone time and can get my thoughts together. Everything here is...I don't know what words to use anymore...I would say "incredible", but I don't want to say that because I have the faith to believe that what is happening in the Spirit-realm is, indeed, eniterely credible. It's a temptation to use "awesome", but that word is overused..."cool" doesn't quite get it...I'll just say it's all good and it's all God!
I've been to Washington twice this week, and both times were...amazing (there's a good word). The hotel we stay in is right next to the Pentagon and Arlington...our room had a great view of the Capitol and the Washington Monument...prayer began at 5:00 AM (well, it's not technically prayer...there's a Korean word for it that I don't know how to spell) but it was really something to watch the sun come up over the the Capitol dome while it was going on. That lasted a couple of hours and then we were invited to have breakfast with Rev. Moon and his wife (they call them Father and Mother Moon or the "True Parents"...I'll tell you more about that later). We had a lovely time and they asked me to sing something so I stood up right there at the table and sang How Great is Our God. It was incredible, awesome, cool, good, God and amazing all rolled into one).
There was another session where I met and talked with the president of the Washington Times who expressed interest in doing a story on CITN. After that we had a little meeting with some leaders to establish some understanding about the future of my relatiosnhip with these organizations and to discuss the Israel trip (apparently I will be preaching in Ramallah!)
Then we flew to Buffalo for the ICCC conference...had a little mix up on the flight so we missed the service last night, but I spoke this morning...had a wonderful time...and then the College of Bishops and some of the other ICCC Bishops drove up to Niagara Falls and were met by the Mayor who gave us a proclamation and then we took a little trip on the Maid of the Mist (my hair is still wet even as I write this)...I had been to the falls before but I had never taken the boat, and all I can say is OH MY GOD!
Tonight in the service we will be installing some new Bishops, so it should be a beautiful service, then we have a session in the morning and then we fly home...
That's just some highlights...I'll share some more Sunday...
And listen...everything's cool with the blog and the church and the way home people celebrate me...everybody relax...I'll be home soon and will get back on schedule, and you'll be fine. I love you all, and appreciate your passion and your insights, but be cool, my babies...I'm in a really good place.
I speak a blessing over you, and say that, because you are connected to me in the Spirit, you are receving the benefits of what I'm receiving right now. Put your hand on your monitor screen, and as you do, realize that I am speaking life and peace to you...this may sound too cosmic for some, but I'm giving you a big cyber-hug whenever you read this (like when your computer says "You've got mail", when you click on this I am saying "You've got blessing!")
I feel your prayers and I love you all very, very much.