“Reunification” was the word-God is Good!

Yesterday afternoon I was travelling interstate to attend a conference. The plane landed and I struggled to free my on board luggage from the overhead locker, and unintentionally invaded a gentleman’s space.

I apologised and as we stood to wait to disembark he asked if it was “home” and I said “no … I was attending a Christian conference”. He went on to say he was visiting his family, but that he was meant to have his daughter with him, but that she was ill. He then went on to mention that his daughter had not been able to come because she had broken out into a rash.

I said “what a shame”, and as we disembarked, climbing down the ladder onto the tarmac, I offered to pray. He readily agreed and so we stood at the base of the stairs of the plane and I introduced myself, explaining I was a Christian, and he introduced himself back saying he was a Christian too!  We laughed, I took his hand, and I invited the Holy Spirit to come.  We prayed for his daughter to be healed, for her histamine levels to come back into normal range and for her immune system to tolerate the penicillin (he had said it was an allergic reaction to penicillin). I then felt I “heard” the word “reunification” or “reunion” or something along those lines and I mentioned it to him, explaining that it made no sense to me, but asking if it did to him.

He looked at me and said “that does mean something to me … My wife and I are separated …” and as we walked into the terminal together he explained that he was separated, that was visiting family for four days and that he and his wife had separated, he felt, due to the over protectiveness she had with their two children, the fear that something might happen … He continued saying that she had been pregnant previous to him meeting her and that child had died … She had a very understandable fear that her children may also die … and as I heard the story my heart went out to them as a couple and to her as a woman, or girl, who had got pregnant young, had a child out of wedlock who had suffered the sadness and grief of having that child die … only to have two more with a husband, but to be filled with a constant fear for her children’s safety ..

As we walked in, his parents greeted him and he introduced me to them, explaining that I had prayed for him, that I was a Christian too, here for a conference. They asked me what conference I was attending… I told them and they said … “Oh how funny our grand-daughter is the worship leader there … Make sure you say hello to her …”!
I looked at S (the gentleman I had prayed for) and said “were you planning to come along?”

He said “no”, he hadn’t planned to but he then responded that he just may, since it was Friday night Saturday day and Saturday night…

I then quickly switched the conversation back to his wife.  I felt an urgency to pray for her for as he had spoken about his wife, I had felt my compassion stir, and I knew I needed to pray.

I mentioned this and he agreed, and so we stood, and prayed for his wife.  I prayed as I felt led, for her to feel the Fathers heart, for her to be released from all fear, for His love to surround her, and for her to be released from the condemnation she had felt as an unmarried mother.  I prayed that she would know the love of God in a tangible way, to know that she was not to blame for the death of her child, that she was free of judgement, and for her to feel the peace of God in a tangible way, for her to know beyond any doubt that it was safe to releases her children into His care. I then prayed for their marriage, for unity and for reunification…

S stood and agreed with me.  He looked tangibly moved, and as I prayed I knew that his wife was the main reason for me to stop to pray. I had felt to pray about the daughter, but the compassion had come and the heavy tangible sense of the anointing had swept around us as I had prayed for his wife…I felt that, yes, I was meant to pray for the daughter, the allergic reaction was not God’s will, however, it was a means to an end, where God could then show His love to the father, and release His heart of reunification and healing for the marriage and for the mother…

God had set me up again!  God had set S up too!  And, the extraordinary “coincidence” of his niece being the worship leader at the conference that I was going to, that the father was free to come to the conference if he so chose because he was there on his own, indicated to him, I believe, that God cared, that God had it in hand, that God “saw” him, and with that, God was drawing S to Himself, and through him, his family would be drawn too, just because…

God is so very, very Good!



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22 thoughts on ““Reunification” was the word-God is Good!

  1. This is a powerful word. I believe my God is reminding me as well of reuniting me and my love one. God Bless.

    1. That is wonderful!
      Take the prophetic word and say “I’ll have what he’s having!” To quote a funny movie 🙂
      Blessings and let us know what happens with the loved one.

  2. God is attracted to the darkness, the hurting and wounded. He loves to heal and restore. Thank you for sharing your story and inspiring us. 🙂

    1. Thankyou Pure Glory for taking the time to read it … I look forward to hearing what happens in the family next … God certainly has his hand on the family.
      The worship leader was amazing at the conference and we were all blessed – perhaps a good example if seeking His Kingdom first and all else bring given … Including her family 🙂

    1. Thankyou for the encouragement. It was amazing to be a small part of it … so very God! I look forward to hearing from the worship leader what happens next! 🙂
      Thankyou for taking the time to read it!

  3. I love this. God is such a wonderful restorer. Btw: Dr’s office contacted me today with really good blood work report. Something that was in my blood is no longer. Glory to God!! I am believing for another good report when I return for a full exam in Sept. Blessings!

  4. Yes He is so very very good!!! He finds us wherever we are so that He can give us exactly what we need…tailor made just for us. He makes it so personal that you know you are in a ‘relationship’ with Him…

    Got to love it 🙂

    Your obedience is very inspiring…continue to shine your light brightly!


    1. It was “wow”. When I sit and think about just the “wow” in my little life, and then when you hear the stories that unfold in and around that person it is even more like “WOW!” I’m just one cog in the mighty works of God in that family’s life … his niece, the worship leader was encouraged, her mum was being moved towards God by other factors too (details of which I’m not privy to but I am told amazing) … it is just one encounter of many for that family as God draws them near!

  5. What a fantastic beginning to the conference for you!

    Don’t you just love Divine Appointments?? They’re the best. What an honor when the Lord invites us to join Him in His work – as if He needed our help! 🙂


    1. I do love divine appointments!
      He doesn’t need our help … but He wants it … He wants us to co-labour with Him and hence the divine appointments, hence Jesus commissioning before He left … From the very start God gave us the responsibility to roll our sleeves up and co-labour and so we must, and it’s not a burden but a honour to do so!
      It was an amazing start to the conference, and the worship leader mentioned it at a meeting, how her entire family was being touched by God, and that this was just one more piece of the puzzle, so it encouraged her too, that God was at work in her family at an intimate level!
      Blessings Noble One!

      1. That’s fantastic. I wish I’d seen it before the weekend – I’d have been praying for you. 😉 Sounds like the Lord had your back, though.


      1. well II would love to see more of what you write on your post so I started following you. God bless and keep up the good work

      2. That’s great! Thankyou! And thankyou for your post, which you would not have known was a powerful confirmation of something I have sensed that I need to do. God works in wondrous ways through His body! Blessings.

  6. I am receiving that and claiming that for my marriage. I expecting change and am encouraged by this testimonies. Prayer at conference was amazing and this is just what I needed, I did look up the name and was blown away. God bless from michelle

    1. Hi Leiza, or should I say Michelle!
      So glad you are going to take that for yourself – reunification is the word!
      So great to see you at the More conference. Thankyou for allowing me to pray, and soooo cool the meaning! U trust you looked it all up! 🙂
      Take care.
      Blessings, God is Good!

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