Monday, February 15, 2010

Four More!

We had an amaaaazing service last night! Each service gets better and better, this service had to have been the best one yet.
Bro. Wakefield was preaching about the people complaining about the Manna in Numbers 11. God heard them and got mad and Moses begged God to kill him. God told Moses he would take some of Moses' spirit and put it on 70 elders in the camp.
Anyways, El Pastor's point was that he can't do the work that God wants to do by himself. He called all the men of the church that had the Holy Ghost up on to the platform so the church could pray for them, that they would get a burden and an annointing.
The men started praying and talking in tongues and the power of God fell!
I pulled my camera out to take a picture and this is how it turned out:

I thought, "Oh, that's strange", but didn't really think anything of it until after church when I half jokingly said to some of our people standing outside, "Do you want to see when the Holy Ghost fell?" They saw it and their jaws dropped.
Elder Sis. Wakefield cried when we showed her. So maybe there was nothing really wrong with my camera...
"And the LORD said unto Moses, Lo, I come unto thee in a thick cloud, that the people may hear when I speak with thee, and believe thee for ever. And Moses told the words of the people unto the LORD."

This young man's name is Alejandro. He is the son of the lady that got the Holy Ghost last Sunday. Yesterday was his turn.


Luis Fernando also got the Holy Ghost!

All the older girls of the church, one by one, got the Holy Ghost. Everyone but Alejandra. She always came to the altar and prayed, then went back to her seat after a while to take care of her little sister or to just sit back and watch. But last night, she came up and didn't leave until she had gotten the Holy Ghost.


Oh...my...goodness...gracious...
"Can this really be happening?" That's what I was thinking when I heard little Ismael talking in tongues. I'm sure every church has the kid that many refer to as 'the brat'. Ismael is (hopefully 'was') that kid.
Crazy, crazy...

If you've never heard a little kid talking in tongues, you're really missing out. It is so sweet!

7 comments:

The Kendrick Clan's Scrapbook said...

Revival in Puebla!! That is so awesome!!

Your in our prayers,
Sis. K.

Cyndi Kaye said...

This is absolutely wonderful, marvelous, amazing....What a beautiful post.

I so wish Rachel and I could go to Puebla in June for the Missions trip.

The Wakefields: Missionaries to Mexico said...

You mean you're NOT coming?! That's terrible! You guys would have so much fun...
;(

~Bethany~

The Wakefields: Missionaries to Mexico said...

Oh my goodness...
My mom just reminded me:
We're not going to be here either. How sad! So maybe we'll see you in California while everyone else is here.

~Bethany~

Nembro said...

This is Brother Nembro Elichlo dad.
It is so awesome to see and hear about the move of God's spirit!
But i have 1 question what is talking in "togues"?

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The Wakefields: Missionaries to Mexico said...

Hi Bro Nembro!
It's nice to know we have such "extiguished" people reading our blog.
Hmm...I was hoping nobody would ask, but talking in 'togues' is an advanced version of talking in TONGUES. But, only super spiritual Apostolics ever realize this experience.
HA!
Tell Sis. Chris that the Wakefield girls said hi!!

~Bethany~

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