‘Jesus in St. Andrews going around trying and opening every door.’
Rev. 3.8 ‘I know your deeds. See, I have placed before you a door that no one can shut. I know that you have little strength, yet you have kept my word and have not denied my name.’
‘Doors open to let all in and also so that we go out.’
‘Open all the doors so that people would be invited into Gods family from all different
angles and from all different directions flying out from St A’s.’
‘Prayers going out.’
‘Forces pushing against these opened doors. I fear this is the danger that once we are
out of lockdown some will forget the prolonged suffering of others. ‘
‘We walk by faith and not by sight’
‘Picture of a beautiful parrot but it has been pulling its feathers out leaving it unable to fly properly – God wants us to fly as a church so we need to pray for protection for God’s work’
‘Picture of a tree with birds making their nests in it as it was full of fruit.
‘Picture of a cartoon character at a table full of money bags counting. Then a huge bag lands on top of everything.’
‘Story of Peter and disciples catching huge amounts of fish on the other side of the boat. Would we know where the other side of the boat is for us.’
‘A sense that we need to ask for the Sons of Issachar anointing – to understand times and seasons that God allows to unravel presently.’
To gain wisdom in discerning what he is doing now and what is to come.
‘A picture of a dog peering into a window wanting to come in, but someone warning that they might bark. We should be opening the door willing to do that for people even if they’re going to be ‘unruly’.
‘A picture of someone hiding under their duvet, unable to be met by Christians but God can switch on a torch to guide them to Him and we can then help.’
‘When a person wears waders into water they still feel the cold, but they go in. It is God’s love that will make us go out and risk the cold water or obstacles. His love prompts us to step out.’