This was a miracle but also a voice. It was not an audible voice, but I definitely heard it and felt it in my head. It was one night at Kings when we had brought two girls, Stephanie and Sarah. These girls where very reluctant to come, but Kaleb and I were persistent. We went up to their room and talked to them about Kings for about twenty minutes. They really did not want to go, and the other people in and outside the room were making fun of it. We just took it because we knew God could change them if we just got them to come with us. The guys outside the room joked about getting drunk before going. We just defended it until the girls finally said yes. We lead them to Kings, then prayed for them later. When we were praying for Steph, Austin and Devin looked at me and asked if I had any prophetic words for her. I had never done that before so I just stammered a bit, but then decided to just go for it. I searched and asked God to give me something. My mind went to family right away, then to mom and dad. I wavered between mom and dad until the “dad” seemed to pop out and look more distinct in my head. I asked her if she had a bad relationship with her dad. She looked at me and said, “yes.” I yelled, “yes!” and jumped up and down. Then I was like, “Oh, no, that’s bad, that’s bad that the relationship is bad, but yes that I got the prophetic word correct.” Everyone started laughing. I then asked for healing for Steph’s relationship with her dad. To get a word from God you have to just trust that what comes into your head at the time is from Him, and believe that you are correct when asking. Sometimes you might be wrong, but that does not mean you should feel down, we sometimes get things wrong or aren’t listening correctly. Later that night, I was praying for Sharron’s brother. As I was praying, my weight kept going to my heels. It was almost as if I did not have any stabilization at all. It was weird and I kept trying to fight it, but then I realized it was God totally knocking me over with the holy spirit, so I just said in my head, “I trust you.” Sharnae was behind me, and she managed to catch me, but instead of laying me down, she shoved me back up. That kind of took me out of my trance. I felt so much peace at that time, and I wanted it again. I waited until I heard someone a little bigger behind me like Austin, then I asked God for the feeling again. It came, but much lighter this time. I still just thought about trusting God, then fell back. Austin caught me. I laid on the ground and just enjoyed the little bit of piece He gave me. Kaleb had the same thing happen to him, and he said he cried and heard God say, “I’m proud of you.” After that night, I had felt God in a new way, the way that I had been praying for, maybe without really praying for it.