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Onething 2018 - Session 1





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Published on Jan 4, 2019

#IHOPKC #onething
Onething 2018 Session 1 -- Full Live Session


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It started so slowly, so humbly, with “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus." And just like that, we were on the way to a re-centering, a re-plumbling, and resetting ourselves to the Mary-of-Bethany reality, the simple pursuit of Jesus above all else. Instead of an intense, mega-conference feel, the lights were kept on for the first few songs, and the clock was counting up, not down—meaning, the musicians weren’t "pressured" to finish their songs or speed things up.

Midway in, Mike Bickle called for intercession. The prayers were focused on deliverance from whatever hinders love (especially distraction) and having fresh encounters with God, including dreams and visions.

Instead of a feeling of "we’ve arrived," Onething 2018 started with palpable hunger for God. “I want You to send revival/Let it start right here in my heart,” went one chorus. “We need You, God/Come and help us” and “More/We are hungry,” were other that followed.
Corey Russell continued with a stirring word on the gift of tears, walking us through the familiar story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead (John 11), to focus on the differences—again—of Mary and Martha. Both of these two said the same phrase to Jesus, “If You had been here, my brother would not have died,” but one said it from a heart touched by the pain, whereas the other was angry that Jesus had let him die.

“Martha didn’t know what to do because she hadn’t sat long enough to hear His word,” Corey said. “Every time we see Mary, she’s at His feet. It’s not about having the right words or formula, but sitting long enough to . . . where your deep cries out to His deep and pulls something holy out of His heart.”

This storm of tears, when Jesus wept, released the miracle of Lazarus’ resurrection as Mary partnered with Him to feel the pain and cry out for a breakthrough, explained Corey. “I believe God is releasing the gift of tears to the Body of Christ. Who wants it?” he asked.
As the altar filled, Allen Hood joined Corey to confirm that God wants people who will “feel [the pain]. Weep. Groan. Ask for [Jesus], wrestle with [Him], contend with [Him] for the breakthrough. When everything looks gone, will you wrestle with [Him]? Will you not just concede to the time or to your theology? Will you lay hold of [His] heart?”

“Instead of ‘fix it, fix it, fix it,’ God is saying, ‘feel it, feel it, feel it,’” Allen said. “Feel it, and take it to Him, the One who weeps with you. You wanted to avoid death. Jesus wanted to take you through it and bring forth the resurrection.”

The altar stayed full, and ministry continued well after the "official" 5pm ending time.


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