After watching a powerful video teaching at Vineyard/Pomona last evening, a few of us met at Walmart to pray for people. Several didn't want prayer, but the ones who responded, quickly said yes to our offer. Among them: sweet little Leslie wanting prayer for her mom & dad's troubles (hard to tell, but I suspect safety issues), Jeffry, a precious, mentally challenged Walmart employee, Heidi & husband desiring work stability, and then there was Gilbert. He was already responding, "YES," before Robert (my mentor for the evening) had finished asking him if he'd like prayer. Gilbert wants freedom from a heroin addiction. His posture during the prayer was what caught my heart's attention -- his eyes were closed & he was leaning into the words being spoken over him. After I returned home, my evening was capped-off with an unplanned, but Spirit-led time of intercessory praying, as I remembered each face we had prayed for in that Walmart shopping center parking lot. "Thank you, Jesus, for your heart of love toward each of these folks we encountered. Continue your work in their lives."