….this evening, the sort of ‘doctor’s surgery’ arrangement, which works so well. Robert and I sit in one room, and people arrive and wait in the living room, so there’s a bit of privacy for the person being prayed for, and because there are people waiting, a bit of time deadline on how long we – mostly I! – ‘engage’ with them. It has worked wonderfully well every time we’ve done it, and tonight is at Shey’s mum and dad’s house (Janeece & John), 12 Honey Myrtle Drive, Eltham North.
Tomorrow’s quite a busy day, in the morning I’m with a lovely local pastor, Marco, who is unwell, then being driven halfway across the city by another pastor to pray for someone who is extremely sick, and then a meeting in the evening at Marco’s house – 67 Coulthard Crescent, Laurimar. We joked that we might end up having people lowered through the roof, but wouldn’t it be wonderful if it happened….??!! I wonder what the insurance company would say?
Unless God, pretty frequently full of surprises, springs any more of them, that’s the last ‘arranged’ meting of this trip to Australia: Robert wants to take me on a bit of sight-seeing – sounds more like a ‘lads road trip’! – to the -apparently fantastic coast road, strangely enough by the sea, in Victoria…. It’s really quite a rarity to go on a ministry trip, and get to do some sightseeing, so here’s hoping the torrential rain that’s falling at the moment, stops, and the (still winter) temperatures stay around 21C! Their winter warmth is hardly setting me up well for an Irish autumn next Wednesday!
I’ve put in my begging letter to the airline for Monday ! – suggesting that they would dearly love to give me an upgrade all the way home again…. a lot of prayer and crossed fingers, I reckon!
I’m hoping, in the next day or so, to have permission to post a wonderful letter from someone healed Monday evening: but I do want that ‘go ahead’ before I do it.