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Oct. 9, 2017


Prophecies from February, 2017- July 2017 in the Jubilee Year of the Charismatic Renewal


Ark and the Dove 50th Anniversary Celebration Feb. 17, 2017 - Opening Session

Mark Nehrbas (the audio was low and the music too loud over his speaking. this is the best effort. Where you see “…” it was not discernible)

My people, you’re thinking too small, I have much for you to do. You know of my Spirit, like a mighty wind but I tell you the wind is greater than what you can imagine. You think of my Spirit as a mighty river and that’s good to think about but the rivers are pouring even more powerfully, even more powerfully than the largest dam… break and wash down the mountainside. My river of my Spirit rushes even more. My people, you are thinking too small. I have great things in store for my church. I am moving powerfully. I want to move more powerfully than I have in the past 50 years. The question is, will you listen? I need to do a shaking up. I need to do a shaking up of structures. I need to do a shaking up of my church. I need to do a shaking up of the world. I need my people to be docile and listen… If I say do something… do it now. Listen to me. Listen to my Spirit. I am moving in new ways, with new power; bigger than you’ve thought of in the past. Yield to my Spirit, my people and watch and tell of the mighty acts I have yet to do.

Mary Healy

I gave this word this morning but I felt like the Lord was asking me to give it again. When I gave it this morning I didn’t realize what date it is today [February 17]. In Psalm 42 it says “deep calls to deep, in the roar of mighty waters.” And the Lord is asking us, Charismatic Renewal, to cry out to him from our deep, from the depths of the thirsty world, from the depths of the thirsty church; deep cries out to the deep of God. God is calling us to worship him from our depths, to cry out to him from our depths, for his Spirit to be poured out. And it says in Genesis 7 [verses 11-12]:

In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, on the seventeenth day of the month: on that day all the fountains of the great deep burst forth, and the windows of the heavens were opened and rain fell upon the earth, forty days and forty nights.

It was a flood of purification but God wants to bring now a flood such that the whole earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord, as the waters covered the earth.

Bob Garrett (CF): 

My people, I tell you, you are a part and not the whole. But my body is crying out for reconciliation. And I anoint you this day to be agents of my reconciliation to bring my body together so that the world will know that I am the Lord. That my grace will be released in a fresh, powerful, tidal wave around the world, where the love that I have for my world will be felt by everyone. I tell you my people to reach out; I tell you my people to be agents of reconciliation; to bring unity to my body. I desire this my people and I have anointed you for this task, so please be about my Father’s business.


Mary Healy

“They went to the upper room, the apostles, all these with one soul, devoted themselves to prayer. Together with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus and with his brethren.” My children, what attracts my Holy Spirit? Unity. What draws down the rain from on high? Unity. My children, the times of disunity are over. My children, I am giving you, in the Charismatic Renewal, unity as my gift. It’s the time for the ending and healing of divisions: divisions between prayer meetings and communities, divisions between different language groups, divisions between different personalities. My children, I’m giving you unity as a gift and I’m giving you the gift of seeing one another as I see you; seeing one another, including those with whom you’ve had divisions, as absolutely precious treasures, beloved brothers and sisters. And, my children, as you live in that unity – and also unity between Catholics and Protestants, unity with the Orthodox, unity in the broken Body of my Son – my children, as you live that unity, my Spirit cannot resist being poured out upon you and upon the whole church with a new freshness and a new power and a new abundance. My children, you are to be a sign of unity to the whole church. You are to be in the vanguard of unity. You are to be on the forefront of unity for the healing of the broken Body of my Son.


Susan Potvin

The Lord says that the curtain is about to rise. We are all behind the curtain and it’s dark behind where the curtain is. The curtain of his coming is about to rise. And what we’re going to be so surprised at is who we are linked arm-in-arm with behind that curtain. And I’m going to ask you right now to do a prophetic act. You’re going to link elbows with the person next to you, because this is what we are going to be like, standing when the curtain unfurls. And do this as a prophetic act with every group you know there’s tension in. This is a prophetic act to proclaim the unity, whether it’s with protestants, catholics, whether it’s between Marian and Latin Rite and Charismatic, in your families - the disunity. We are going to stand and link, arm-to-arm so that we are ready. And when we are a bulwark like this, nothing can penetrate this; the evil one cannot get through this bulwark. Like [when] we were children and we played Red Rover and no body could break through. We’re going stand, so we’re going to lift up right now and we’re going to pray in authority that we are one. This is a prophetic act. Lord Jesus, we are one. It’s already done in the heavenlies and we are calling it down now. We are calling it down into every people group, into every nation, into every division. We are standing Lord God. We are standing Lord and uniting, uniting, uniting, with every faction that is there. We take authority of every faction; we say it has no place, for only the unity of the Lord Jesus Christ has place, the unity he died for. John 17, we call it down for it is finished. The Lord said on the cross, it is finished and this word is true. This word lives in the heavenlies and this word, Lord, we call it down and we stand firm and we stand strong in joy. We await the curtain of your glory to rise, Lord God. We will surprised and you will be fulfilling your plan for eternity. Thank you, Lord Jesus.


Evening at The Ark and The Dove

(After Patti’s testimony in the Upper Room chapel)

Mary Healy – repeated the word from the day before.

Patti Mansfield

This is the word the Lord gave me, in coming here on the plane from Isaiah 55:[8-9] “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are you ways my ways, says the Lord. As high as the heavens are above the earth, so high are my ways above your ways and my thoughts above your thoughts.” And I feel that, in this moment, we should take a time of silence and consciously abandon our plans before the Lord. 





Ralph Martin: Circus Maximus, June 2, 2017

“The Lord is letting me feel his heart for you. What the Lord is saying is, I long for your love. I long for your love. There’s nothing I want more, there’s nothing I more preciously desire, there’s nothing I value more than your personal love for me, than your personal friendship, than your personal loyalty. There’s nothing I want more than your love for me. I’m longing for your love.”


Michelle Moran: Circus Maximus, June 2, 2017

“The Lord would remind us that the water is flowing, that the water is flowing from his side, that it’s flowing from his temple, that it’s bringing a refreshment, that it’s bringing a renewal, that the water is gathering a momentum; it’s the water of life for the world, it’s the water that brings refreshment to those who are thirsty. The Lord says, are you thirsty? Are you thirsty? Do you thirst for me? Because my world is dry, my world is a desert, but my water is flowing. My water of life is flowing upon you, upon your church and out to the world.”


Patti Mansfield: Circus Maximus, June 3, 2017

“Brothers and sisters as we were praying in the Spirit the Lord gave me a word and it was this: Lift up your eyes and see, that the fields are white for harvest. And if you would obey me, and if you would obey the prompting of my spirit, you will yet see, infinitely more than you can ask or imagine. You will yet see the power of my spirit descend upon the human race. I tell you, the fields are white for harvest, but I need your obedience, I need your docility, I need your faith, and you will yet see marvels that will astound you, infinitely more than you can ask or imagine, for the glory of my name.”


What do you think that God is saying and what do you think that God has planned for us?



For me I think that God is calling for the Renewal to also firmly plant itself, to take deep roots, to grow and in that growing, as well, to give to the young what it has received so that the young people can know in their identity of who and what they are and can value and appreciate what was done by those who have gone before, like Joshua. Joshua was with Moses and saw everything that Moses did and everything that Moses was able to do with God’s help and God’s grace. And he was able to be formed and see and know that when God called him and told him specifically what his mission was and knew that he had a reference point from who to work from. And I think that God is asking us to work hand-in-hand: young, old, black, white, Spanish, English, Filipino, it doesn’t matter. because it crosses all boundaries. and to know that we are serving one purpose and one mission. 


It’s the conquest, to come out of our comfort zones, to maybe perhaps go out on mission, go out to countries you’ve never been to. To see how some other people live and know what you have. What you have the privilege of having, what you’ve been blessed with and have that openness of heart to give because you’ve been able to see that, with your own eyes, God has been more than generous. I think that He’s letting us know that, even those that may be in leadership, that something that keeps coming to mind is John 15:16 “you did not choose me, I chose you and I called you to bear fruit and fruit in abundance.” 


Challenge – all of us have had challenges, been invited to do things we didn’t want to do, go places we didn’t want to go, and we’re fearful of the challenges, so, what do you think is the greatest challenge for the Renewal now?


As Charismatics, we believe that God speaks to us; that because God is alive and we have a personal relationship with him, we can here God’s word. We seek his word constantly, we read the bible, we have prophetic works, we have preachers, we have discerners and wise people, and we’re always looking “What is God’s word for us?” Like David said before, that’s why we wake up every morning and have to pray again, because God might give us a new word. (so, that’s the focus of the next question) We’ve been having Jubilee conferences all year, we’ve been having prayer meetings, we’ve been listening, we went to the Ark and the Dove to pray. What do you think that God is saying to the Renewal now.



I feel that the Lord is saying, do not be afraid. I was sitting there because when I first got up here my heart was racing and I was just breathing, as the time has gone on, I am at peace because I wondered and questioned, why me. And I’ve let go of the questioning and just kind of (to Michelle’s word) surrender to just being in the moment and allowing for God to, if he’s asked me to step out in something I’ve never done, to do it. And I that that’s what the word is for all of us, to not be afraid and to be ready to step out into the unknown because I think it is time. I think it is time to step out of the comfort zone. I think that parents equate this best when their kids go to college, for those that go away. Some parents are maybe a little more hesitant when their kids go away to [the] dorm, but I think there comes a time when you have to step out, to see, to explore, and to always know that no matter what happens, home is always there. And I think that we, as a Renewal, are being called to step out, however that may be for you, but to step out and not be afraid. To step out and do the unthinkable, the unknown, to maybe perhaps be surprised yourself once again, the way that you were surprised the first time that you were having that encounter, and to bask in that and to give God the glory for it.

Michelle Moran

There are three images that I’ve been carrying, maybe for the past year, maybe a bit longer. The images are the cross of the Jesus Christ, the blood and the water that flowed from his side, and then that water of life for the world. And I think these are three words for us at this time that, as we look to the cross we need to be like Jesus in Phil. 2: a humble people, bowing at the foot of the cross of Jesus Christ. Before the glory there needs to be humility, says the Lord. As we bow down low, He will be raised high.

Then my mind goes to that wonderful celebration we had in Rome at Pentecost where we gathered together in heart of the city, 50,000 people, brothers and sisters with the Holy Father from many different denominations, traditions in the church. And what held us together was the words that were behind us that we were living: Jesus is Lord. Nobody can say “Jesus is Lord” unless he’s under the influence of the Holy Spirit. The Lord is saying to us: take your place in the Church, take your place with all the brothers and sisters in the body of Christ who declare Jesus is Lord. And as we proclaim Jesus as the crucified, risen, and ascended Lord, we’re reminded that he sent us his Holy Spirit, the water of life. And the prophetic word that we heard, in the presence of the Holy Father at Pentecost, was “the fields are white unto harvest.” Friends, we’re not going to have to work hard at evangelization, the Lord has already prepared the harvest and he calls us to be the people declaring “He is Lord” and to be the people who reap his harvest.

Last question: We do not do a multi-cultural conference every year, we would be exhausted. But we do know that the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in the U.S., as everywhere else in the world, is very multicultural. And that Hispanics, Haitians, Anglos, West Indians, Indians, Koreans, Filipinos, all of us are experiencing the power of the Spirit breaking forth in our lives. So, when we come to a 50th Jubilee we feel the need to gather the Charismatic Family together. It’s sometimes uncomfortable but it’s beautiful, is it not? So, pretty much for the last 25 years, almost every 5 years we’ve done a conference like this. We’ve met several times in Pittsburgh, we’ve met at Rutgers’ University… in 2002: Pittsburgh, 2007: New Jersey, 2012: Philadelphia, and this year we’re here. In 2007, ten years ago, Bishop Jacobs, who’s going to celebrate the Mass this morning, challenged us to prepare this jubilee. So, if you had to think to the 60th Anniversary, in 10 years…in 2027 (the key word for this answer is hope) what would you hope to see different in the Renewal.


10 years from now I would hope that we could say that we’ve continued, that we’ve persevered. That we’ve had trials but that we’ve grown and that we’ve become stronger with God’s grace. That we’re more firmly convicted of what we believe and what we stand for. And that we would be meeting in a place that wouldn’t be able to contain the crowd that would show up. That it would be something that would force, not just the U.S. but force the world to take a look at what God is doing. With the hope that the younger generation coming up, would be standing tall with their Moses’, arms linked, walking forward, and being able to look back at all the things, all the land, all the souls that they have been able to conquer for God.


Michelle Moran

In ten years from now I hope that the conference will be filled with people who today do not know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. I was struck with a question Monsignor asked the Hispanics and the Haitians. And the question was: “how many came into the grace of the Renewal when they came to the U.S.? He told me that 80% of the Hispanic brothers and sisters met the Renewal here in the U.S. So you see, we’re living in a missionary country. Amen? And I want you to look out and see the mission all around you. And in 10 years time to bring people who are all lining up to testify how, in those years after the Jubilee, they met Jesus, they came to that place of salvation, and they came into the grace of the baptism in the Holy Spirit. I hope we won’t just be the Haitians, and the Hispanics, and the Filipinos, I hope that we will be so many nations, we will not be able to list them all. Let’s think wider and bigger than at the moment we are thinking because the Lord wants us to reach out to so many other people with this grace of baptism in the Holy Spirit.


So, is there one more last thing you want to say?


Final word, I would say, to start, for the younger generation: It is time! It is time to stand up. It is time to make a decision, to make a choice. We’re in a world that needs us to make a decision and to walk in that decision. God will give us what is necessary to walk in that decision, but we need to make it. We need to stand firm, we need to take a step forward, and we have to trust. We all have our plans, our hopes, and our dreams but we have to trust and know that the hopes and dreams that God has for us are far better than the ones we have for ourselves. So, don’t let the fear of whether this can change your career, this can change your vocation, this can change the people you spend time with, stop you from making a choice. Because those things may change, you may lose them, but you stand to gain so much more. 


To the older generation: support us, help us, walk with us. We can’t do it alone and you can’t do it alone either.

Michelle Moran

I’m going to give the last word to scripture, St. Paul’s word to us in Ephesians: “Grow strong in the Lord, in the strength of the Spirit, so as to be able to resist the devil’s tactics.”

Glory be to him, whose power working in us, can do infinitely more than we could ask or imagine. Glory be to him, from generation to generation in the Church and in Christ Jesus, forever and ever. Amen.


Jeff Barczewski (participant who received this word at the conference)

Vision of new streams of living water


I saw new streams being slowly but deliberately being formed going in new directions, going where they did not go before. They travel along winding and very unexpected paths. They are being provided by an increase and overflowing of grace from the Mighty River.


In the past, generations would journey to the River to be cleaned, healed, nourished, and revived. But too many have gotten lost, hopelessly lost, and they can't find their way. They have ventured too far from the River and are alone in the desert. They are lost, discouraged, and can't find the way back.


God's love is bringing an increase in grace that is overflowing the bounds of the Mighty River and is creating new streams of living water that will go out to all. We are to cooperate with God's grace to bring this living water to everyone. New ways, new charisms, new anointing. As these streams carve new paths they are continually and increasingly supplied with more grace, growing and growing, allowing them to go deeper and further but always still connected to the Mighty River.

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