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Prophecy  given at start of PCCC as a charity Sept 2020

At the start of Plain Church Celtic Community PCCC as a charity
Few sentences at start not recorded but were about the Lord’s pleasure with PCCC.
I’m so thrilled, so filled up with your enthusiasm and your love for me, and your compassion and your care, and your willingness to go the extra mile and do the extra things. And I’m so thrilled that Plain Church is an entity, that it has been fully born this morning, today, and now WATCH, watch , watch, says the Lord at what I am going to do.
The gloves are off, we’re on the move.
Just stay close to me, lean on me fully, with all your hearts and all your minds and I will give you all the understanding that you need.
Don’t be afraid, it’s not always going to be easy, but, I am always there with you
Be prepared to be more different, more extraordinary, more amazed, more amazing – times are changing – just stay close.
Remember to pray in the Spirit, you have all been given the gift of tongues, you have had so many prompts recently, you must use this gift more and more and more. It’s like a direct line to me with nothing in the way. As you use more tongues I will give you more understanding and more interpretation, and you think you have big dreams, they are nothing compared to what I have planned for you.
Keep the fires burning, keep the fires burning in your hearts, and in the hearts of those around you.
Walk with those who walk with me.
Listen.      Listen for the still small voice, I will speak in the silence.

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Anyone for Pilgrimage?

You may be reading this refreshed and returned from some summer adventures, or you may be reading this while looking forward to an autumn break. I wonder whether physical activity was, or is, involved? Physical exercise is undoubtedly good for us and is something we either love or hate.

Some people have worked out a way of linking exercise and faith. They exercise to certain music, meditate on aspects of faith while busy, or spend their whole lives ”running the race” as the Apostle Paul said.

Many of the world faiths talk about pilgrimage, talk about walking tough paths and making tough decisions and “Tough” seems particularly active in the world at the moment, both nationally, internationally and no doubt personally too.

The Christian faith used to spend much more time on pilgrimage, it’s almost out of favour at the moment but that might not be for the best.

Pilgrimage is good because it strips away things of this world, material things, social position and shows us what we are really made of. It gives time to process events, particularly bad ones and regain perspective, connecting once more with forces outside of ourselves.

Walsingham in Norfolk was the Middle Ages site for Royal pilgrimage and Glastonbury Tor ( yes, and the festival) works for many today. Of course we live next door to a great site of pilgrimage, that of Stonehenge, which has drawn people to travel to it for many and varied reasons throughout the millennia.

The well read amongst us may see merit in discussing Bunyon’s “Pilgrims Progress” and others will remember school assemblies when we sang “To be a pilgirm” but there are two remarkable facts that I was unaware of until recently.

Firstly  that there is a British Pilgrimage Trust where people of all faiths and of none post their pilgrimage routes for others to share around sites of spiritual significance.

And secondly that Plain Church Celtic Community lives on The Celtic Way, a long route of some 600 Kms which goes from St Michaels in Cornwall to Fishguard in South Wales and passes up the high street of Shrewton. Who knew!?

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