Ps 103:2 ”Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits.”
Continued from Part I.
August 11, 2018
The first thing that struck me about the tall dark gentleman who I had never met was that he kept losing in a particular game. The game was a competition that required us to run and grab some limited things such as seats. Those without a seat, for example, would be eliminated from the game. This tall gentleman seemed to be eliminated each time. He later explained to me that his height made it awkward for him to run around with the rest of us shorties.
We hardly interacted during the picnic, but in the evening, everyone had a chance to share their testimony and their journey in life. Eddy shared something to do with being in a wrong relationship based on a prophetic word. When he said that, my ears piqued because I was at that time trying to discern what appeared like a prophetic relationship in my life. A prophetic relationship is where you base a relationship on “God has told me.” I will be writing a post about that in the future.
Late in the evening as we were all walking to the parking lot, I caught up with him and decided to ask him a few questions about how God speaks, based on his prophetic relationship experience. It was a short conversation but I remember him pointing me to scriptures to show me the way.