These angels of revival were wearing golden robes that went down to their feet, and they had a cream-colored collar around their neck. They were shining and they were singing. This beautiful choir, these beautiful harmonies ... I could see the vibrations of their tones going forth and going out, striking hearts. They were singing of the glories of God, and this tone, these songs, these vibrations of sounds, were going out of the building where I was and drawing in multitudes. This sound was drawing in the lost, the broken and the sick.
Suddenly, in the dream, I looked and I saw Bonnie and Mahesh Chavda with a friend of mine, Debbie Lamunyon. As I looked out the windows, there were multitudes of people. They were standing in lines waiting to get into the building, for a great revival had begun. As I looked out every window, the only thing I could see were lines of people waiting to get into the building where great signs and wonders were happening.
I woke up from the dream and I emailed James Goll, asking him his thoughts. He replied back, "I say this all the time: What goes up must come down."
Yes, I knew this to be the law of "spiritual gravity": What goes up must come down. When we pray, our voices arise like a fragrance right before the throne of God. He hears every prayer, every cry, every song, every plea—and He answers.
This is a season to look and expect God to break in. He is sending forth His angels of revival. We see in Psalm 104:4: that it is God who "makes His angels as winds, His ministers a flaming fire."
These angels come to help us. We are approaching that which Bob Jones prophesied years ago—the greatest revival. The greatest harvest of the lost is approaching, and it's a season to pray and cry out for more. Cry out for the breaking in of the host of heaven to go forth and strike the hearts of the lost. God is showing forth His mighty power, and we get to be a part of this great outpouring through prayer and then walking with Him in healing, signs and wonders.
If you don't know what to pray, pray the apostolic prayers. One of my favorites is in 2 Thessalonians:
"Finally, brothers, pray for us, that the word of the Lord may quickly spread and be glorified, even as it did with you" (2 Thess. 3:1).
Republished from The Elijah List. Reach out to Julie Meyer by email or visit her website. Julie Meyer has spent over 15 years in Kansas City working alongside Mike Bickle to help establish the International House of Prayer. She is part of the leadership team overseeing the Global Prayer Room; is a worship leader, song writer and author; and has also been a part of the staff at Forerunner Music Academy teaching vocal lessons and pouring into the next generation of worship leaders, singers and musicians.
She attended Kansas State University and studied music. Julie is ordained with Encounters Network. She is a popular conference speaker and singer. She is the author of two books and many CDs, and she travels internationally, ministering at churches and conferences, leading worship and sharing on revival, God's heart for raising up the house of prayer and worship.
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