Friday, June 28, 2019

The Power of the Aaronic Blessing - 2nd Step: the Secret Place

2nd Step Meeting

The Lord gave the Aaronic Blessing to Aaron with instructions that this should be said over all His people by the priests. The hands were to be held in a certain way…

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Preparing for Intercession


Intercession Prep Meeting

When the Lord has a person on your heart, often this is a call to pray for that person. Christians refer to this as intercession: the act of intervening on behalf of another. There are many types of prayers for others. Preparation will be needed if the intercession prayer is for anything other than healing for someone who is critically ill or healing for someone who doesn’t yet know God. In these instances, the need is dire and there may not be time for preparation.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Seeing God Face to Face - 1st Step

Seeing God Face to Face - 1st Step

God supernaturally implanted the “Roadmap to Heaven” inside my spirit. Little did I know that the key which brought this revelation held the key to opening the path to the Secret Place...

Monday, June 17, 2019

Holy Imagination & the Secret Place

Holy Imagination & the Secret Place

During our Tea & Coffee meeting, the topic came up: Is using our imagination, envisioning the Secret Place, Throne Room, Jesus or Heaven to visit with the Lord a vain Imagination? We had invited the Holy Spirit to lead the meeting and I was shocked at what He revealed about this.

Teachings about using our “Holy Imagination” to enter Heaven are becoming prevalent in the Church. What is “Holy Imagination?” The word “holy” means separate, set apart, sanctified. Can our imagination be holy?

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Resting in God to Enter the Secret Place

Resting in God

Rest seems to be an important topic in the New Testament: it is mentioned more than 75 times. I have found resting in God to be one of the most challenging parts of my Christian walk, but is crucial if we are to visit the Lord face to face in the Secret Place. I’m probably not alone in these difficulties because they are mentioned in the Bible:
“Let us labor therefore to enter into that rest...” (Hebrews 4:11 AKJV)
“Resting in God” sounds like it should be easy to do. Just sit back and relax. Yet here in Hebrews, it seems that it may be a challenge to do. Laboring to enter rest sounds like an oxymoron: the two things seem to contradict each other. This struggle begs us to ask:
  • What is resting in God?
  • What are the benefits of resting?
  • What can keep us from resting?