Tell Bognor to stand up

Weighing this prophecy for tonight – I will give some context and direction for it.

I saw people on their knees and sitting praying.But they were asking God for the same old things in the same old way. We have to stop drinking from the old wine it no longer has any goodness left. It is time to drink from the New wine only. This means when we stand for Bognor we proclaim and claim everything.We tell Bognor to stand up and we tell principalities what we want. We have allow ourselves to come from a place of almost begging but we carry all authority and it is time to stand tall and proclaim,no old wine and old ways.

Urgent Prayer Request Peter Clark

We’ve had some news that Peter Clark has been diagnosed with an incurable high grade brain tumour.
Many people will remember Peter and his wife Suzanne as the officers here at the Salvation Army Bognor Regis before Marion and Jon. Peter was also the Chair of the CTiBR just before he left. Peter and Suzanne came to Bognor Salvation Army at a crucial time when it needed love and care. They gave the church a renewed sense of confidence in mission and the spiritual and numerical growth we have seen in the church can be traced back to some of the godly wise decisions they made during their time here.
Peter is currently the officer at Flakirk in Scotland, but was on holiday in Salisbury with his sons when he was taken into hospital with a suspected stroke. Further investigation found a growth in his brain. The prognosis is not good – the only medical course of action for him is chaemotherapy to try to stop the tumour growing. Prayers of healing and God’s spirit of peace for Peter and Suzanne, the boys Daniel and Stuart, and the wider family are much needed.

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If like me you read Red Moon Rising a little while ago, or in the old edition, I can understand why you might think ‘Been there done that’.  (If, can I say, you have never read it, apparently like the leader of 24/7 Prayer Movement Brian Heasley, then you really ought to put it on your current reading list!).

However, it was free on Kindle for one day during our 24/7 prayer week last week, and I grabbed it (it’s still only 99p on Kindle) and I’ve started reading it now.  Chapter 19 on Boiler Rooms is amazing, and the introduction and foreword are also great.  I do not remember reading this material quite like this – so I highly recommend it!

For example early days in the Reading Boiler Room (you’ll need to go to chapter 19 to get more of the lowdown):


Imagine this.  It’s lunchtime and things are quietly chugging along, with a few people praying, a few people chatting.  And then, within thirty minutes, 150 young people arrive, thirty of whom are outside drinking beer and spirits out of plastic bottles.  Some are aggressive, and a boom box on the street is blasting out twisted Satanic lyrics to the entire neighbourhood.  About thirty skaters have made themselves at home in the car-park area.  Only two members of staff on duty.

Andy [Freeman] recounts what happened on that particular occasion: ‘The alcohol and the music we dealt with.  One guy came inside and blasphemed very loudly, only to be reprimanded by his friend: ‘Jason, don’t swear!  God lives here.’ Although these guys are not from church they have a respect and some understanding of what we’re all about.  For all their black clothes many seem to have had experiences of church.

For the next few hours, things calmed down and we had lots of amazing chats, some about God and faith, others about difficult issues they were facing.  The really staggering thing about Saturday was that all the momentum was coming from this group of kids who didn’t know Jesus.  They were asking us why we believe in a  God we can’t see.  They were starting the conversations.  They were even starting to join in the prayer, as if it was the most natural thing in the world.  A small group asked if we would organise a ‘kinda church-type thing’ on Saturday evenings.  We found ourselves surrounded by people just begging us to witness to them.’