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During a session in something called Immanuel Prayer, a process to help people connect relationally, intimately, personally and securely with God in a prayer ministry session, I “saw” with my spiritual eyes a vision of Jesus’ Resurrection.
First, I “saw” Jesus’ lifeless body in the tomb, wrapped in the grave cloths. An invisible hand begins unwrapping the cloths on his head. Jesus opens his eyes and looks up. He smiles, gets up. The invisible hands take off the grave clothes from the rest of his body.
Jesus raises his hands to heaven and looks up and around, and says to the Father and the Spirit, “You did it!” Meaning: You did not leave my body in the grave. I trusted you all the way to the cross, and you were faithful to keep your promises.
The Father and the Spirit look at Jesus, and exult, “YOU did it!” Meaning: You went to Calvary, you tasted death for all humankind, YOU were faithful to the end.
Then Father and Son turn to the Spirit and crow, “You DID it!” Meaning: You raised Jesus from the dead by your great power.
Then all three dance together and shout, ‘WE–DID–IT!!” It is a roar of triumph, of joy, of indescribable power.
And that “WE DID IT!” is the frequency* that holds the whole universe together. It is the frequency from which all healing, all forgiveness, all grace originates.
Anyone who believes this comes in line with that frequency, and is in tune with Life itself. Anyone who believes this–that God is Father, Son and Holy Spirit who together made salvation and redemption possible–enters into what Jesus referred to as “eternal life.” It’s such a new dimension of living that Jesus called it “being born again,” not into a physical family or kingdom, but a spiritual one in which we become the children of God himself. (See John 3.)
When you’re born into this kingdom, you receive spiritual sight. You see God at work. You have new desires, a whole new perspective.
In another Immanuel Prayer session, this time when I was facilitating with a client, Jesus asked my client, “What do you say is the good news?” She said, “That everything we hope for deep down really is real, it really is true. That YOU, Jesus, are more real than anything else.” This she felt so deeply, so personally, in that session.
Jesus told her, “You just have to receive it.”
She said, “It’s so simple. Why don’t more people receive it? Why do we resist, when you are such love?”
Jesus’ answer was to show her her own heart.
Shocked, she said, “It’s so . . . so rotten. It’s all black and rotten.”
Jesus asked her, “Are you ready for a heart transplant? This heart you see is made up of all the rotten things done to you, all the rotten things you have done. It is the heart your own ego created. Would you like Me to give you a new heart?”
That is the question before all of us. The invitation is there. The ‘WE DID IT!” resounds through the universe and calls to each heart.
We need only the humility to acknowledge it and then receive the new heart that Father, Son and Spirit made possible . . . and then live in the power of the “WE DID IT!”
*For more about frequency and the physics of the universe, I recommend chapter six of Quantum Glory: The Science of Heaven Invading Earth by Phil Mason
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What a vision! What a picture. Makes my insides want to jump and shout to that same frequency. Thank you for sharing that Diane.
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How wonderful!! Thanks for sharing that with me, God Bless you and your work
I LOVE the notion, no, the REALITY, of the Holy Trinity so naturally and beautifully, glorifying each other in the redeeming work of the Crucifixion!
I want to keep that image with me.