Prophetic word from the Wednesday evening teaching Why Manifestations?

My children I want to use you to do unusual manifistations of My Glory.  I do not want to do the mundane everyday miracles; I want to do the unusual.

Are you ready for Me to use your vessels to do these great exploits?

Does not My Word tell you that you will do Greater Works than My Son Jesus of Nazareth did?  Well, today is the day to watch Me do these Greater Works through you.

There are great and mighty events that I so desire to do at this given time.

There are so many miracles that I desire to do through you, as your faith reaches the heavenlies and your eyes are steadfast upon Me and the mighty exploits that I desire to do – you will be that conduit that I can work through in this given dispensation of time.

Eye has not seen nor ear heard of the marvelous events that are going to occur all around this world as you step out in faith and allow Me to accomplish My miracles through you.

Joshua 10:11-15 (MSG)
11 As they ran from the people of Israel, down from the Beth Horon Ridge and all the way to Azekah, God pitched huge stones on them out of the sky and many died. More died from the hailstones than the people of Israel killed with the sword.
12 The day God gave the Amorites up to Israel, Joshua spoke to God, with all Israel listening: “Stop, sun, over Gibeon; halt, moon, over Aijalon Valley.”
13 And sun stopped, moon stood stock still until he defeated his enemies. (You can find this written in the book of Jashar.) The sun stopped in its tracks in mid sky; just sat there all day.
14 There’s never been a day like that before or since—God took orders from a human voice! Truly, God fought for Israel.
15 Then Joshua returned, all Israel with him, to the camp at Gilgal.

1 Kings 17:1-24 (MSG)
1 And then this happened: Elijah the Tishbite, from among the settlers of Gilead, confronted Ahab: “As surely as God lives, the God of Israel before whom I stand in obedient service, the next years are going to see a total drought—not a drop of dew or rain unless I say otherwise.”
2 God then told Elijah,
3 “Get out of here, and fast. Head east and hide out at the Kerith ravine on the other side of the Jordan River.
4 You can drink fresh water from the brook; I’ve ordered the ravens to feed you.”
5 Elijah obeyed God’s orders. He went and camped in the Kerith Canyon on the other side of the Jordan.
6 And sure enough, ravens brought him his meals, both breakfast and supper, and he drank from the brook.
7 Eventually the brook dried up because of the drought.
8 Then God spoke to him:
9 “Get up and go to Zarephath in Sidon and live there. I’ve instructed a woman who lives there, a widow, to feed you.”
10 So he got up and went to Zarephath. As he came to the entrance of the village he met a woman, a widow, gathering firewood. He asked her, “Please, would you bring me a little water in a jug? I need a drink.”
11 As she went to get it, he called out, “and while you’re at it, would you bring me something to eat?”
12 She said, “I swear, as surely as your God lives, I don’t have so much as a biscuit. I have a handful of flour in a jar and a little oil in a bottle; you found me scratching together just enough firewood to make a last meal for my son and me. After we eat it, we’ll die.”
13 Elijah said to her, “Don’t worry about a thing. Go ahead and do what you’ve said.  But first make a small biscuit for me and bring it back here. Then go ahead and make a meal from what’s left for you and your son.
14 This is the word of the God of Israel:” ‘The jar of flour will not run out and the bottle of oil will not become empty before God sends rain on the land and ends this drought.’
15 And she went right off and did it, did just as Elijah asked. and it turned out as he said—daily food for her and her family.
16 The jar of meal didn’t run out and the bottle of oil didn’t become empty: God’s promise fulfilled to the letter, exactly as Elijah had delivered it!
17 Later on the woman’s son became sick. the sickness took a turn for the worse—and then he stopped breathing.
18 The woman said to Elijah, “Why did you ever show up here in the first place—a holy man barging in, exposing my sins, and killing my son?”
19 Elijah said, “Hand me your son.” He then took him from her bosom, carried him up to the loft where he was staying, and laid him on his bed.
20 Then he prayed, “O God, my God, why have you brought this terrible thing on this widow who has opened her home to me? Why have you killed her son?”
21 Three times he stretched himself out full-length on the boy, praying with all his might, “God, my God, put breath back into this boy’s body!”
22 God listened to Elijah’s prayer and put breath back into his body—he was alive!
23 Elijah picked the boy up, carried him downstairs from the loft, and gave him to his mother. “Here’s your son,” said Elijah, “Alive!”
24 The woman said to Elijah, “I see it all now—you are a holy man. When you speak, God speaks—a true word!”

Exodus 9:22-26 (MSG)
22 God said to Moses: “Stretch your hands to the skies. Signal the hail to fall all over Egypt on people and animals and crops exposed in the fields of Egypt.”
23 Moses lifted his staff to the skies and God sent peals of thunder and hail shot through with lightning strikes. God rained hail down on the land of Egypt.
24 The hail came, hail and lightning—a fierce hailstorm. there had been nothing like it in Egypt in its entire history.
25 The hail hit hard all over Egypt. Everything exposed out in the fields, people and animals and crops, was smashed. Even the trees in the fields were shattered.
26 Except for Goshen where the Israelites lived; there was no hail in Goshen.

2 Kings 1:9-12 (MSG)
9 The king sent a captain with fifty men to Elijah. Meanwhile Elijah was sitting, big as life, on top of a hill. The captain said, “O holy man! King’s orders: come down!”
10 Elijah answered the captain of the fifty, “If it’s true that I’m a ‘holy man,’ lightning strike you and your fifty men!” Out of the blue lightning struck and incinerated the captain and his fifty.
11 The king sent another captain with his fifty men, “O holy man! king’s orders: come down. and right now!”
12 Elijah answered, “If it’s true that I’m a ‘holy man,’ lightning strike you and your fifty men!” Immediately a divine lightning bolt struck and incinerated the captain and his fifty.