A few years ago, Father began introducing me to the limitations of our sight. It began with flashes into the heavenly realm. And moved into full blown visions.
I discovered that I may have been seeing flashes all my life but had learned to shut them off, ignore them, and filter them out of my focus. It’s a process similar to looking at a fly sitting on a window. Our eyes will adjust to the fly and filter out the view outside the window. It’s the same process with camera lenses. We can blur the background so much that it almost completely disappears.
As we filter out input year after year, it becomes second nature. We don’t realize we’re doing it anymore. So, when our relationship with Father grows, and we want to see more of what He sees, we ask for that sight. And then struggle to receive it.
However, apparently, it isn’t a receiving action we desire, but a re-training of a lifelong habit. Continue reading THE LIMITATIONS OF OUR SIGHT
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REJECTION & IDENTITY
Father unfolded a mystery.
In our attempt to get rid of evil and cut it from our lives, we use Rejection. But it’s a spirit who lies. It won’t restore anything. It destroy’s identity, and leave’s us in chaos unable to make decisions. We’re lost. And we’re desperate for rightness .
This was the context of my latest in-depth conversation with God bringing new revelation about our Identity going back to the Garden of Eden.
In a nutshell, Rejection is not a good thing, not even when we use it toward evil. It is not a tool that helps us progress closer to God. It is not the pathway to peace and righteousness. And secretly you knew Continue reading REJECTION & IDENTITY EBOOK ON KINDLE – $0.99
Mesmerized by the lavishness of her gown and ring, Anna turned to Lucius for answers. However, he wasn’t talking. He was simply leaning against the gate looking into her eyes with such tenderness that she wondered if he could see into her soul.
She couldn’t look away. Why did his eyes seem to dance and sparkle in the sun? How was it that rainbows of color played in their irises?
Embarrassed that she was staring at him, and confused that she couldn’t ask him a simple question without losing her train of thought, Anna turned to the boys with the dog. They were a welcome distraction that warmed her heart.
As they sat cross-legged on the grassy lawn, the boys tossed a yellow ball into the air. Over and over the ball went up and the dog would jump and snatch it in mid-air. He was quite good at his trick which made Lucius laugh and Anna smile in amazement. Continue reading THE CASTLE, part three