Several Years back, I had an experience with Prophetic Tears. As it turned out, it was not to be my last. We happened to be listening to a recording of Shalom Aleichem done as an instrumental by David Grisman and Andy Statman. The tune is a slow and very melancholy traditional Jewish song. All of a sudden I had an overwhelming urge to cry. The experience was much like the burden some people get during intercessory prayer. It would come back on me, for a season, every time I heard this recording. I knew in my spirit that I was sharing the tears of our Father in Heaven for the sufferings of the Jewish people throughout the ages. Much of this suffering has been at the hands of the church.
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