by Laurie-Ann Copple
Last Sunday morning, I saw one of the worship leaders with the worship team this morning in the spirit. He was worshipping in the throne room and the light was blue all around him. The Father of Lights was shining into him with love and power. Holy Spirit was flooding him like a waterfall that was not stopping. His eyes were closed and completely focused on Jesus. The Holy Spirit was using him as a vessel of blessing to pour out his light. The light streamed out of him in rainbow colours, bringing all kinds of rainbows in the sanctuary; like you were the prism. The light was also living water, so it was an amazing combination of light and water. Power and nourishment bringing life from the Lord.
I saw the colours fill the room, birthing prophetic creativity into our church. It was to touch not only our church, but all of Worcester. Yet it was just beginning to be birthed here at WCG. I asked Holy Spirit, what was the blue light, and it was the prophetic, coming from the throne of God, from the heart of the Father. The colours are prophetic creativity. That fits, since I've been seeing and drawing rainbows for over a year now.
I believe that we need to pray for more intercessors to birth this move of God properly - out of pure motives, humility and a true desire to be sent ones with his love, and in his way. This isn't about us, for the creativity is to point to Him. The prophetic creative move will enliven WCG even more, but it will affect Worcester, by opening their hearts in wonder. It's time for them to open their eyes. They are seeing the world around them through the lens of a black and white camera. There is no colour - just black, white and grey. Papa wants to bring colour, salvation, love and more.
We need to pray, pray, and seek his face.
Of note, Worcester Christian Church is having a Christian arts festival in October 2018 - this may be part of the church's response to this call in our hearts. I also have been responding in teaching children art, and sharing prophetic art and colouring in the kids clubs in which we are involved. Yet, this is only a small part of what's in God's heart. I welcome it, Lord. Bring your creativity, colours and more that points to you!