By Stephanie Fisk
In Mozambique the supernatural pervades the natural on a daily basis. The blind see, the deaf hear, sore, crippled backs are transformed into dancing bodies. Joy is prevalent and contagious, I see this everyday.
A revival is here. The Holy Spirit is taking over Mozambique individual by individual. The supernatural manifests and touches the natural.
The setting is a refugee camp. Displacement lingers in the hearts of the grandpas, mothers and children. Music blasts from the speakers. Grasping dirty hands, we dance around in circles. Forty bare feet, including my own, shuffle over the scorching noonday sand.
In the midst of “unsettlement” and starvation, joy prevails. For about two and a half months this community has been without homes. The flood from the Zambezee River stole everything they ownhouses, crops, health, and family members, yet their joy reigns as they daily persevere through their circumstances. They have each other, and after the morning sermon, about one hundred more have Christ.
The Lord is dwelling with this group of people in the heart o f Mozambique. Revival is here; it is overtaking each of us. Christ died to set the captives free and heal the broken-hearted. The supernatural manifests in the natural as God makes His glory known. As the gospel is preached, the heavens open and the Holy Spirit inhabits His people.
God chooses to use willing, obedient hearts, minds, and handsHis channel between the natural and the supernatural. What an honor to be an ambassador of Christ.
In the last week, after prayer, faith, fasting, and the laying of hands, God blessed his children by healing them. Before our own eyes, the blind saw, the deaf heard, sore backs and stomach aches disappeared. The Lord is making his Kingdom known on earth.
Our eyes might be open wide, yet not perceive. The Lord is opening our eyes to see Him in a way none of us ever have before. He has never been more real to us. The revival of Mozambique will forever change our lives and the lives of these people.
Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Stephanie Fisk spent last year traveling to the 48 contiguous states, doing servant ministry. This year, she’s traveling the world. She is currently in Mozambique, working with a church-planting mission .