Saturday, 24 December 2016

A Call To The Servants Of God

The Vision 

On 13 March 2013 @ 1913hrs I found myself wrapped in vision of the Lord. 

There was a city being built, and a huge temple being built in the centre of the city.  It was a huge golden temple, which glittered in the sunlight.  The temple had at least six domed peaks with spires, and one big one in the centre.  The temple was covered in gold, with a great gold throne inside.  It was a throne for the Lord, yet someone else sat upon it.  It was supposed to be a temple of our Lord, with a great city around it.  The city was surrounded by a great green land with low rolling hills, with farms throughout.  It was a very lovely place. 

Red Snake 

There was an army, horsemen from the north with huge missiles on their backs, and as they rode their horses to the edge of the hill the horses jumped into the air.  The missiles ignighted and carried the warriors through the air, toward the city.  Some of the missiles and warriors were stopped by what seemed like a great force field around the city.  Some missiles penetrated through the force field and began to destroy the city.  Some of the missiles struck the wall of the temple, but couldn’t break it.  But eventually the wall weakened and a few of the missiles broke through and went toward the throne, but there was another force field around the throne that they couldn’t penetrate.  The throne shook mightily, but remained standing. 

During the attack the true priests of God, dressed in white robes, were gathered outside the city.  They stood, hundreds of them, perhaps thousands, on the side of the hill and witnessed the destruction. 

Evil reigned after the destruction.  Doctrine changed, but people were still praying and behaving as if what they were doing was good, yet they were following Satan.  They had been taught incorrectly, taught that good was evil and that evil was good.  Some actually believed that they were doing the will of God.  Evil spread throughout the world.  Darkness reigned.  The sky grew dark and the gold on the temple and on the throne no longer glimmered, but looked dark and shadowy.  The old king was gone. 

Black Snake 

In a land southward, many leaders were gathered together to choose a new king, and after much contention they did; a man with dark sunken eyes. 

When the new king was chosen everyone cheered.  Celebrations were held in many countries around the world.  In particular, a green-white-red flag, a blue-white-blue flag,  a red flag with stars.  Great multitudes of people cheered and waved their flags.  The city was rebuilt and the new king gathered huge, enormous armies around him, and they went forth throughout the land causing death and destruction where ever they went.  Great destructions lay everywhere.  Murder and evil reigned.  The new king sat on the throne and taught polluted, adulterated doctrines which spread darkness throughout the kingdom.  They sought the true priests of God and murdered all the true followers of Christ that they could find.   

The priests of God, full of pride, thought they could survive alone, relying upon God to save them, but they would not listen to God.  They were filled with the pride of thinking, that since God talked to them, they were special.  They would not gather together and work together with each other, and so they were overcome by the world.  One by one they fell.  Some were killed, others just fell to the world, becoming evil like the world.  But they all fell because they would not harken to the word of the Lord.  They should have been one as the Lord commanded.  They should have loved one another as He instructed them to.  They should have united together in the service of their Lord, so they would not be overcome by the destructions. 

Offering Tobacco In The Correct Way 

At last, only about 6 or 7 true followers of Christ were left, and they were gathered together in hiding to save their lives.  They knelt in a circle around the altar to pray, and a beam of light shone down from heaven, upon the altar, upon them.  The Lord smiled down upon them because they were united, because they had love one to another, because they no longer loved themselves, they were the epitome of humillity and meekness. 

A great huge beast, with huge wings, a dragon, which looked almost like an enormous bat, stood over the priests of God.  It was black and tried to encircle the priests with it’s great wings.  But the light from heaven shone down on the priests.  They were the last of the true priests of God, and as long as there were true priesthood holders gathered together praying, there would be a place for the Saviour to come.   

The Priests entered into a covenant with God, that they would stand as sentinals, that they would hold a prayer vigil around the altar, never ceasing; the altar grew larger into the form of a bed; and the scripture was said, that the Son of Man hath no where to lay His head; and the Priests of God covenanted that they would hold a vigil, that they would be in constant prayer, so that no evil could penetrate, so that the Lord would be safe while he slept, so that the Lord could have a place to lay His head, so that the Lord could rest! 

The group of priests in white robes were the last of the true followers of Christ.  They were the nucleus of Zion, and they prayed until the Lord came.  The Great Light came down from heaven upon those priests, and dissolved the beast that surrounded them.  The light shone down upon the altar, and burst forth from the altar and spread upon the face of the earth, and shattered and dissolved all darkness and evil.  The evil of the king’s city was vanquished, and in the middle of the evil king’s city the temple and courtyard were also destroyed.  All that was recognizable in the courtyard was the spire coming out of the ground, which slowly sank into the ground. 

As the light burst forth upon the earth, darkness dissipated and the sky became a clear, brilliant blue.  On a green hill far away, a new spire grew out of the ground.  It grew and grew and reached the sky.  Then underneath it grew a huge white temple, but very unlike the old one.  This one spread wide, offering peace and safety to the Lord’s people, and glittered brilliantly in the sunlight as if covered in sequins.  The wings of the temple grew as wide as needed to accommodate all who would come.  The landscape changed and the temple grew upon a huge green hill, surrounded by a countryside of lush rolling hills. 

Within the temple there were at least six circular altars in a semi-circle, and one larger circular altar in the centre.  Above each altar there was a portal in the ceiling through which shone a light from heaven, each light being a different colour of the rainbow.  Within each light, on the altar stood a heavenly being.  Above the centre altar was a larger portal through which shone a most brilliant white light, in which our Saviour, the God of Peace, stood. 

The Call 

The Lord told me to seek out those Priests in White.  And so I have been.  Those Priests in White, who do not want to be destroyed, must humble themselves and gather together and work together, sharing all their various gifts in order to be not overtaken by the world.  If they do not humble themselves and work together under God, they will be overtaken.  This is the warning voice of the Lord! 

The Lord has provided a method which will help those of His servants get into His presence to get their instructions straight from Him.  All those Priests in White, who want to receive further light and knowledge from the Lord Himself are invited to enter into this order to learn the ways of the Lord, that you may speak directly, face to face, with your Saviour. 

See the previous post "When Will Zion Come". 

Sunday, 13 November 2016

Prophets, Prophets, And More Prophets

It always amazes me, the "prophets" who use false profiles, and/or send out their minions to gather information.  Then take that information back to their "prophet", who then claim that information for their own.  All in an effort to convince their followers that they have a connection to the Lord. 

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Thursday, 15 September 2016

My Sheep Hear My Voice!

Every once in a while, I get asked a few questions.  Unfortunately, sometimes the questions are from dishonest intent.  But that is nothing out of the ordinary.  There are always people that think they are sneaky, and do their best to be deceptive, thinking of course that they are justified in this thing, even though the scripture expressly warns them against such behaviour.  Nevertheless, there are some questions that I am concerned about.  They are questions that ask things like:  How do I talk to God; do I stand in a certain position?  Do I hold my hands in a certain way?  Do I have to stand on one foot while I pray?  Do I need to pray under a specific sign of the priesthood? 

Let me start by saying, there is no specific way of standing or any other thing you must do to get the Lord to answer your prayers.  Although, if the Lord prompts you to do a certain thing, then do it.  The Lord looks upon the heart.  And He will answer the pure in heart; those who hear Him and follow His commandments!  The Lord loves to answer us.  He answers whether we hear it or not!  It is up to us to learn to hear His voice!  To hear His voice is an invaluable tool!  It cannot be stressed enough! 

John 10:27
My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me: 

Mosiah 26:21
And he that will hear my voice shall be my sheep; and him shall ye receive into the church, and him will I also receive. 

Mosiah 26:28
Therefore I say unto you, that he that will not hear my voice, the same shall ye not receive into my church, for him I will not receive at the last day. 

Doctrine and Covenants 45:6
Hearken, O ye people of my church, and ye elders listen together, and hear my voice while it is called today, and harden not your hearts; 

Doctrine and Covenants 84:60
Verily, verily, I say unto you who now hear my words, which are my voice, blessed are ye inasmuch as you receive these things; 

There are so many references, look them up, these are only a few.  Learn to hear the voice of the Lord!  Do whatever it takes; improve yourself, raise your standards, keep importuning the Lord until He blesses you! 

Thursday, 11 August 2016

Love Thy Neighbour

I love these verses from Leviticus: 

Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thine heart: thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbour, and not suffer sin upon him. 
Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people, but thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself: I am the lord. 
~Leviticus 19:17-18  

"Thou shalt not hate thine brother in thine heart!"  It seems almost self-explanatory!  And yet how often is it that we feel one way in our hearts, while outwardly, we act differently.  It is best to reconcile the inner and outer man.  Let us be certain to have no hate, nor indeed any type of animosity toward our brother in our heart. 

"Thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbour, and not suffer sin upon him."  In love toward our neighbour, we are to 'rebuke our neighbour', tell him of his folly.  We are to do this out of love for him, out of fear that he will lose his soul, out of fear that we will lose our brother.  We are not to rebuke our neighbour so that we can hurt him by the rebuke, remember, we are to show forth an increase of love after the rebuke, so that we retain our brother, and the bonds of love grow. 

"Thou shalt not avenge."  There is only one reason to include this line here, and that is because our neighbour has done something against us.  The Lord says, "Thou shalt not avenge."  There is only one reason to avenge, and that is that our neighbour has caused us a problem, and so the Lord says to not avenge.  So, even if our neighbour does something to us, we are not to avenge.  I know I am repeating myself, but all too often people try to find some excuse as to why they are justified in seeking some sort of vengeance. 

"Nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people."   Not even are we to bear any grudge against each other!  Not even to have a hard feeling against each other in our heart.  Of course, we would never even have an occasion to have a hard feeling if we were not wronged, so this must apply after we have been wronged.  I say after, because only evil would exist in a person's heart should they have a grudge when no occasion was given.  Even if a person feels entirely justified, we are to have no grudge against the 'children of our people.'  And before anyone justifies that term, do a little more reading in Leviticus, because the Lord addresses that as well. 

"But thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself."  How do we love ourselves?  Often we are hardest on ourselves, but yet we still give ourselves another chance.  In fact, chance after chance after chance.  We still love ourselves, we still try to improve ourselves.  We still feed, clothe, and care for ourselves; should we not do the same for our brother who has trespassed against us?  Yes, of course!  How else could we love our neighbour as ourselves? 

"I am the Lord."  It is a common theme for the Lord to sign His work, to let people know that it is His word.  Sometimes the prophets will use the term, 'Thus saith the Lord.'  But in each case this means something more!  Here the Lord is not only reminding us of His covenant, and not only that He is the giver of that covenant, but also to remind us of His love for us, the recipients of His covenant.  He is telling us that He will keep His end of the covenant, that this is the way to be one with Him, that we who keep the covenant will inherit.  He will not let us down, but will fulfill all His words! 

P.S.  Would someone like to apply this to the positive, to the Zion mindset? 



Saturday, 30 July 2016

Facts

No point confusing people with facts! 

God loves you whether you believe it or not! 

Monday, 20 June 2016

Forgiveness Talk

This talk on forgiveness was given by a friend of mine.  It is very pertinent to those who would like to look deeper into Godhood. 

Matthew16:9 Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.  10 Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.  11 Give us this day our daily bread.  12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

We all have debts we owe, and debts to forgive, so let me talk with you about forgiveness of debt and the Atonement of Jesus Christ.

We all have financial debts. We make minimum payments, in very small installments, when compared to the actual debt.  We also have spiritual debt. Not only are we are responsible for repaying our financial debts, but also our spiritual debts as well, and that is where the Atonement comes in.

Matthew 5:42 Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away.

Before we came to this earth, we made agreements with each other. Therefore, we became the creditor and debtor, before we were ever born. We had specific things we wanted to learn and accomplish in this life, so that our spirits could learn and grow. But, in order to do that, there had to be one willing to sacrifice and create opposition FOR YOU. So that you would be able to learn those lessons.

This is someone you loved… who agreed to come into your life and cause such pain, such grief, such heartache, such sorrow that you would have no other choice but to change and grow your heart, to be able to overcome it. Just like a seed that is planted in the ground, it had to go through such tremendous change and growth that it literally burst open, before it could become the beautiful flowering plant, or tender tree.

I’m sure this thing which we asked them to do was SO HARD, that they didn’t  want to do it. But, we begged and said, you have to do this for me… There is no one else who loves me enough to do this, except you.  And they agreed to do this very hard thing which would offend us, break our hearts, and tear us down. And in return, we agreed to love them and forgive them, unconditionally.

We come to earth with no knowledge of those friends and those agreements, but they come into our lives, just as they agreed. They perform their service to us, just as they agreed.

And We… Are hurt. We are angry. We curse them. We hate them. We shut them out of our lives and we talk about them behind their back. We gossip and speak poorly of this person… This friend who loved us SO MUCH that they came here and agreed to do this very hard thing, just for us.

Maybe this is why Jesus said:
Matthew 7:2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.  Luke 6:37 37 Judge not, and ye shall not be judged: condemn not, and ye shall not be condemned: forgive, and ye shall be forgiven:

Matthew 18: Jesus talks about a king and his servants. One who owed 10,000 talents. 25 But forasmuch as he had not to pay,   his lord commanded him to be sold, and his wife, and children, and all that he had, and payment to be made. 26 The servant therefore fell down, and worshipped him, saying, Lord, have patience with me, and I will pay thee all.   27 Then the lord of that servant was moved with compassion, and loosed him, and forgave him the debt. 
28 But the same servant went out, and found one of his fellowservants, which owed him an hundred pence: and he laid hands on him, and took him by the throat, saying, Pay me that thou owes.  29 And his fellowservant fell down at his feet, and besought him, saying, Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all.  30 And he would not: but went and cast him into prison, till he should pay the debt.

Are we like him who receives forgiveness for our debt, and then turns to demand payment from another?

Matthew 5: 23 Therefore if thou bring thy gift to the altar, and there rememberest that thy brother hath ought against thee;  24 Leave there thy gift before the altar, and go thy way; first be reconciled to thy brother, and then come and offer thy gift.

We have a responsibility to forgive ALL those who have trespassed against us, if we expect to be forgiven of the debts we have. Jesus said, I will forgive, who I will forgive. But of you it is required to forgive all men.

Maybe this is because HE knows of all those agreements that we made in our pre earth life.

Forgiveness is for the forgiver! It releases us from the spiritual prison we have created for ourselves with the bars and bricks of debt. Forgiveness is like taking the sacrament and truly putting the Atonement of Jesus Christ to work for us. It sets US free. It is the key to the open door, and all we have to do is walk through that open door, when we are ready.

And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

I stand before you today as a sinner, a beggar, a borrower, a thief. One who has outstanding debts to those who I have made agreements with, and those who have made agreements with me. But, I work every single day with the help of the Lord, to be made aware of those debts so that I can pay back the ones I can, seek forgiveness of the ones I can’t and trust in the Grace of my Savior Jesus Christ and the Atonement to cover the rest, after all that I can do.

Behold, he who has repented of his sins, the same is forgiven, and I, the Lord, remember them no more.

John 13:34  A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.

Jesus said, Love one another. Forgive one another. Repay your debts. Go make things right with your brother. Repent, and I the Lord will remember your sins no more.

Now concerning those loved ons who came to us to provide us opposition in this life that we might grow and become who we desired to be while in this mortal existence. Imagine if you have not forgiven them. What will the Lord say to you when the day comes that you lay their debts at His feet and demand payment in full.

Who really owes the debt, unto whom?

One of my favorite stories in the Bible is in Mark 14
3 ¶And Jesus being in Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, as he sat at meat, there came a woman having an alabaster box of ointment of spikenard very precious; and she brake the box, and poured it on his head.  4 And there were some that murmured against her. 

6 And Jesus said, Let her alone; why trouble ye her?             -8 She hath done what she could:

After all that I can do, when I stand before my Lord and Savior… There will be many who will stand as a witness against me. Those who will murmur against me, because of the outstanding debts which they have against me. They will seek payment in full, or vengeance of the wrath of the God against me, for all that I owe and have not paid.  And I, will fall upon my face and beg forgiveness from them and from Him.

I will plead the Atonement on my behalf. I will remember, and they will remember the agreements which we made with each other.  And I hope to hear Him say,

Why do ye trouble this woman? Let her alone… She hath done for you, all that she could.Her sins are forgiven, and I the Lord remember them no more.

In Jesus name, Amen. 

Monday, 16 May 2016

The Deception Of The Window

The churches are like a window, looking into heaven.  The fly keeps beating his head against the window trying to get into heaven.  And no amount of trying to convince him to just go through the door will change his mind.  Because he can see heaven through the window.  He cannot understand to move back from the window to see and go out the door which is right beside the window.  And that is how the devil likes it.  He loves seeing all those dead flies in the window sill.  He loves for people to waste away their lives bashing their heads against the church windows wasting their lives and ending up dead in the end. 

Please go out the door into heaven!  The Lord is right there waiting for you!  💖  

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