Miracle Night: GOD STORIES

Well, that was fun.

Last night was Immersion's first ever Miracle Night and, by the sounds of it, God showed up in some very cool, very tangible ways:


We want to capture some of the pictures of what God did and is continuing to do after last night.

That's why we'd like you to post your God stories in the comment section of this post. You can post anonymously if you'd like or you can tell us who you are - either way we just want to know what God did/is up to in your life after last night!

So come, share your stories... Tell one, tell all! Bless you...

"They triumphed... by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony!"


  1. Christy said...
    Heavy hearts and heavy requests. It was so good. Heavier requests than I have ever experienced as a pray-er before. People's desperation was so encouraging. It blessed me so. I pray this would become the norm...the desperation of his people to come forth without hindrance. Knowing they are worth it.
    shannessy said...
    Oh, BE STILL MY HEART!!!! Miracle night was
    A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!! So many were touched... hearts were healed, pain disappeared, hope re-appeared, destinies were recovered, joy restored, THE LOVE OF THE LORD WAS FELT. Prayer changes things. Immersionites, WE ARE CREATING THE WORLD WE WANT TO LIVE IN. We are BELIEVING. That belief was so thick, and the Lord honored that faith. Miracle night will continue. Yesterday, today, and forever. Because Jesus is the same, yesterday, TODAY, and FOREVER! (Hebrews 13:8).
    Pedro said...
    It was quite the night for me. I have shared my experience with my friends through my blog. Justin, feel free to check it out: www.openingthebook.wordpress.com
    We need more nights like that, where we can feel just a bit closer to God.
    From an Immersionite:

    "I left speechless on Thurs..I've never experienced such a powerful, real service in all the years I've been going to Immersion. I sense breakthrough has come and a new level of freedom has been reached among the body."
    Anonymous said...
    I'm far beyond the "Immersion Years" and the podcast was my only access - but thank you, Justin and all of you who played a part in creating my streaming tears of hope, joy, miracles, and Jesus' love. Earbuds and all, the experience was beautiful. I can only imagine the power of physically being there. It's worth another listen, for sure. Hebrews 11:1
    Elizabeth said...
    It was beautiful to see God loved well and for all of us to start to open our imaginations to glimpse the power and majesty and love of our all knowing, all loving, all good God.

    Some people received immediately answers and for others it was a matter of asking in faith and trusting that God will answer as we continue to press into Him.

    I didn't receive immediate physical healing or financial blessing but I believe God delighted in my boldly asking Him for both and will provide both as I persevere in prayer. God cares far more about developing our character than about our instant gratification.
    Anonymous said...
    Great night - was really neat to sit back and watch the spirit move through the worship, prayer and worshipers.

    Great job to the staff and volunteers that make Immersion happen each and every night!

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