Get Up Into the High Mountain!

City of DavidView of the original City of David including Mount Zion

“O Zion, You who bring good tidings, Get up into the high mountain; O Jerusalem, You who bring good tidings, Lift up your voice with strength, Lift it up, be not afraid; Say to the cities of Judah, ‘Behold your God.'”
(Isaiah 40:9)

The Lord’s visions to me have begun a new focus. All of them focus on an overcoming remnant people moving upward in His New Kingdom plan. In the most recent of these visions, two groups of people stood apart at variance to one another. These two groups were holding onto opposite ends of a strong rope stretched tightly between them.

One group, Jerusalem, was a type of the “Church Age.” Each was beautifully dressed in glistening white robes. Those in this group stood down in a deep valley, immersed in the crystal clear river of God. These were part of God’s covenant people. They were chosen to remain safely in the valley, bathed in God’s River. The white robes they wore indicate the righteous acts of the saints.And to her it was granted to be arrayed in fine linen, clean and bright, for the fine linen is the righteous acts of the saints” (Revelation 19:8).

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Led by His Presence

Word from the Lord to Penny For All

“You have said, ‘If  Your presence does not go with us, we will not proceed.’ I have been faithful. Have I not continued with you?

In the past year, you would diligently search My Word for the path I had chosen and find it. I have rejoiced with you in this. Your seeking has been well-pleasing to Me. Your absolute adherence to the way you have seen has been well-pleasing to Me. Thank you for your undivided hearts and your steadfastness. I have seen your love for Me at every step.

You will no longer be able to see the way. However, you must instead learn to follow My presence for I am making a way in the wilderness; a path you cannot comprehend.

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Led by the Breath of Heaven

“And the Lord said, ‘Shall I hide from Abraham what I am doing?’”
(Genesis 18:17)

“And the Lord, whom you seek, Will suddenly come to His temple.”
(Malachi 3)

One Sunday morning, my husband Bill and I were watching a church service on Christian television. The sermon was good, the pastor seemingly a humble, good shepherd; the crowd large and enthusiastic. Nothing seemed amiss. I saw in vision this was a type of the church worldwide. As I looked, I saw a huge feeding tube coming from heaven attached to the pastor. Through him, from the pulpit, the Lord was feeding all the people. Then, ALL OF A SUDDEN, as if there were a piercing blow to the church, OXYGEN masks fell from heaven.

Each person in the congregation grabbed a mask and began breathing in exhilarating new life from God. Through the Ruah Hakodesh, or the Holy Spirit, God was sovereignly feeding, empowering, and refreshing all His people. The newness shocked, disturbed, yet blessed. Each sensed pure, fresh breath from God, increasing greatly the Divine life within. Knowledge of the fear of the Lord and hushed awe ensued. None could speak. Activity ceased. Only the sound of breathing — rhythmic, slow, and measured could be heard. Absence of speech spoke loudly of the majesty and glory of an all powerful, all consuming, wonderfully good God.

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The Times of Refreshing

Repent therefore and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out,so that times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord.
(Acts 3:19, NKJV)

I saw God’s people like a field populated by acres of green grass; grass that had been knocked down, trampled under the foot of man, beaten by torrential storms; lying flat on the ground unable to stand.

Then I heard the Lord say :

“You will soon arise, My people, and stand, for I Am sending My rain of refreshing, My light of Revelation, My life giving love to you. Then will your mouth be filled with laughter and your tongue with singing! In one accord you will say: ‘The Lord has done great things for us whereof we are glad!’”

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