I listen to several different Apostles, prophets, and teachers, as the Spirit of God leads. This year, Ryan LeStrange is one of the spiritual people I listen to often. He received a prophecy from God about July. He said God showed him there was going to be 30 days of the unusual: unusual miracles, unusual instructions, unusual favor, collaborations, partnerships, revelations, breakthroughs, and other rather odd and different things from the Lord.


“Believe in the Lord your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper” (2 Chron. 20:20). I decided to believe and act on Ryan’s prophesy and this scripture. I determined to look for the unusual, rare things the Lord would be enacting this month. I began to make a list, and already on the 4th day of July, I have eight things on my list of unusual. I’ve included the link to Ryan’s teaching if you’d like to listen to it. It’s short. You can believe and see the unusual in these 30 days as well.


There are all kinds of “unusual” in the Bible:


A donkey is talking to a person (Num. 22:28-30).

Jesus breaking the rules and healing a man on the Sabbath (Luke 13:13-15)

People being healed by the handkerchiefs that Paul touched (Acts 19:12)

Three enemy tribes killing each other off and God’s people collecting the riches from the dead bodies (2 Chron 20:20)


Some examples of what God has done for me so far: He gave me an unusual prayer partner who covers many of the spiritual things Jane and I pray about, only Sheila covers them in less than half the time it takes us. I received an unusual prayer order from the Lord to pray for an acquaintance who moved away from Vegas. She’s focused on her children’s wholesome upbringing, and the care and upbringing of other people’s children as well. She doesn’t even know I’m praying for her. The Lord also gave me an unusual way to fix a drippy spigot on my patio (God is concerned about every detail of our lives). I also realized I have an unusual place I use for writing and studying – a quiet bar in a casino – I don’t gamble, and nothing there distracts me, so I can write and pray and think and study the Bible without being disturbed. The bartender knows and watches over me, so I’m always at peace when I go there. Certain people criticized the Apostle Paul for doing some things that were not so religious, but he told people just to quit judging (1 Cor. 4).


Today is a day when America celebrates freedom. Let’s get a little free ourselves, by letting go of some of those stodgy, close-minded parasitical beliefs, and instead, step into the unusual things of the living Lord. The unexpected, surprising, unusual, and rare blessings are ours. They are wonderful, liberating and REAL!!


Love, Carolyn

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