I would like to share with you a dream received from the Lord. It drew much faith from my heart and I was exhorted, edified and comforted as I reflected on it during the day.
In this dream I was joining other saints in spiritual government with prayer in tongues. I experienced the power of Godâ€™s grace in the form of electricity as we continued to pray and offer spiritual sacrifices unto the Lord. There was an excitement regarding the time of the transition of the church.
A very strong scent filled the room and with this aroma the words â€śIt was in the alabaster boxâ€ť were ministered unto me.
I was reminded of the scripture in Mar 14:3; And 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 broke the box, and poured it on his head.
Reflecting on the transition of the Church and the Headship of Christ I was mindful of the anointing that we receive as we embrace Christ in His fullness. God prepares us through His steward and those within spiritual government in order to serve Him through daily contact so that self, Satan or the world does not overcome us. At the same time we are being prepared to assist in the transition of the Church.
We are anointed by the Spirit as we embrace the Record of Christ for the Holy Spirit bares witness to the Record and continues to build the virtues of faith within the hearts of those who are under the Headship of Christ, which is represented by His spiritual Government (Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, Teachers). His truth and His Spirit.
With Jesus as the head of the church we experience unity and peace because there is only one doctrine and not the many false doctrines, which created the confusion that many believers are currently experiencing.
We put on the helmet of salvation as our minds are renewed through the regeneration of the soul.
Thankfulness filled my heart for the simplicity we have in Christ and for being able to discern between that which fills the soul with the eternal substance of Christ and that which corrupts the soul. Knowing that as we come to the Altar of Christ we are separated from the world unto God and He continues to fill the heart with the incorruptible substance.
â€śThrough daily contact with the things from above we receive fresh manna from heaven and we remain in the perspective of the Throne.â€ť
â€śWe walk in the newness of life as we embrace the headship of Christ for in Him dwells the fullness of eternal life.â€ť
Your Brother in Christ