Monday, February 18, 2013
Climbing Sokehs Rock
Today, Jesse, Ben and I decided to climb Sokehs Rock, the landmark that everyone knows on the island of Pohnpei. In fact, the word "Pohnpei" literally means "upon an altar of stone." Many people think of this as they view this magnificent volcanic rock jutting out of Sokehs Island. It was a steep and dangerous climb but well worth the journey, as we prayed at the top of Sokehs Rock, claiming that Pohnpei as well as the islands of Micronesia and the Pacific are altars on which YHWH was to be praised. Together we took communion at that "high place" trading the blood of Yeshua, which was spilt once for the sins of all, for the blood that was shed in human sacrifices that took place on the island of Pohnpei many years ago. It was an incredible time with Papa God. Intercession and warfare prayer are keys that bring total transformation to entire people groups and societies. We literally felt that strongholds' grips were loosened as we prayed today.