Always following the leading of the Holy Spirit (Romans 8: 14-16). I needed to run some errands and I just finished fueling up. I was about to go to my next errand but Holy Spirit checked me and I asked for instruction. He re-ordered my errands and instructed me to go to go to the cleaners next, which was the last errand planned and seemed to be out of the way, but Holy Spirit knows best so I submitted to His leading. As the Word says, the Last shall be First and the First shall be Last.
I submitted and went to the cleaners next and there was a man in a parked car blocking the door of the cleaners as everyone had to go by him. As I began walking to the Open Door (Revelation 3:8), the man blocking the door in his car asked my shoe size. First thought was that is a weird question to be asked by a complete stranger but okay so I told him. I never saw the man before in my life but he handed me a bag with a brand new pair of shoes in them and said here you go. I said thank you and invited the man to healing class that we have on Sunday Mornings at 10:00 am as I was led to do so because it was obvious he needed healing in his physical body.
Holy Spirit was activating the spiritual principle of exchange known as the prophet’s reward that can be seen in I Kings 17, II Kings 4, and many other places where seed is sown into God’s servant and the miraculous that God’s servant operates in is exchanged to the one sowing the seed. God has used this principle with at least three women across the state that could not have children and probably had no real idea that that were intentionally activating a spiritual law. These women had it in there heart to give me a precious gift based in honor/integrity, which was NEVER asked for on my behalf, and next they were all three given Words from the Lord. Afterward, they all conceived children supernaturally and they all knew those children came from God in accordance with His Word that was spoken and prayed.
So, I take the bag of shoes home and open it to find a new pair of dress loafers. A few weeks earlier on Sunday morning I was tying my shoes asking Holy Spirit how He wanted particular parts of the worship service that day and just had a thought “wouldn’t it be nice to have a pair of dress loafers that I could just slip on.” Part of the lesson in this DRESSING BLESSING is that while you take care of God’s business He will MORE than take care of yours (Luke 5: 1-11). Oh – and by the way, within a couple of weeks after that, another person came up and shared two more pairs of nice dress loafers that were a different color! Why you may say? That’s easy – because the 23rd Psalm says that my cup runs over and my God IS TOO MUCH!!!!