Over 500 gathered in WALES for DOW 2015, an intensive two days of connecting, worship & strategic revelation.
We were blown away by the love of the people, the family times, the passion and fire everyone has for this generation to see heaven revealed. People flew in from Israel, Kuwait, South Africa, the USA and many places across Europe.
With tenderness Paul Keith Davis shared on his first hand intimate encounters with Jesus and the Father. In a time of great personal challenge and pain, God is appearing and overshadowing. His message was inspiring. God is here.
He also taught on the 7 church ages laying a panoramic vision for our strategic place in history.
We also had the joy of Ian Clayton being with us again. I think the head-box was blown again!
Even my box exploded. Just when you think you’re getting to grips with the wonder of the created cosmos, something new opens up! Limitless, expansive, joy-filled adventures await those who dare to believe!
A real treat at the gathering was to hear for the first time Karl Whitehead teach on the Living Letters of the Hebraic alphabet. This is truly new revelation coming for a generation. Karl taught on the word SHALOM. It was epic!Many new things are opening up. Wisdom is falling like rain. Something Enoch saw back at the beginning. A day when the Earth would be saturated by understanding.
A great honour and joy for us was seeing so many friends we have made over the years. You guys rock!
I was really thrilled to see John and Jean Scotland. For me, they are real heroes! I appreciate them so much. What they carried in the years following the Toronto outpouring was priceless. Love them! Thankful!
Thanks to everyone who came from all around the world, the COBH team who worked so hard to make it happen, and for the many who partnered with us in prayer and finances. Special thanks to the awesome crew who did the kids club – Amy and Mike and friends. You guys are truly inspirational.
It’s incredible to be part of something massive like this. We are honoured and blessed.
Love you all. Justin and Rachel Abraham