Intercessors don’t often get to hear the end of the story. We pray in faith that God has done whatever He intends to do, in whatever situation He prompted us to pray. And we thank Him for the privilege.
Today, I met a lady I had never met before. She began to share with me about a ministry event God had orchestrated in Israel that took several years in the planning. When she told me the month and the year she received the vision and began to move forward with the planning, and when she told me the nature of the event, my heart began to pound.
As it turns out, I was in Israel at exactly the time the Lord began to germinate this vision with her. The type of event that transpired, several years later, was exactly what He had laid on my heart to pray.
I was excited beyond words to learn how the event had transpired, and the lives God had touched. She was grateful to hear of how God had orchestrated intercession, even with someone she didn’t know at the time, an intercessor who “happened” to be visiting Israel for the first time in my life.
Intercessors often don’t get to hear the end of the story. What a sweet and amazing God, that He allowed me this day to hear this story.
If you are an intercessor, be encouraged. God moves mountains in response to your prayers.