The New Has Come.

Prophetic painting by Mel

Yesterday after many months of what has felt like a wall of distance n silence I heard and finally understood what God has been saying. For many weeks he has been asking me, “Cheryl, what do you see?” I have responded not much God, and told him all of my concerns. 

Yesterday I was reminded of my imagination. How I can imagine things in the room as if they are real. How I can see what is not seen. How I can move around and touch what is not there. I was reminded of how I used it for intercession. Somehow I forgot. The moment I did, God asked me, “Cheryl what do you see?”

I replied, “The same as always”.

Then God said again, “No Cheryl, what do you see?”

At that point my imagination reignited and I could see things in the spiritual realm again. A world that has been so distant from me for so long. I saw myself in a pit surrounded by snakes wanting to bite and poison me; they couldn’t. They hissed and made aweful noises and acted as if they were frightening, but nothing they did brought harm. Their poison, designed to harden my heart, had no effect.

Then suddenly I felt what could be described as my Father’s big safe hand come underneath me. I was surrounded by warmth and his safe light. His hand lifted me out of the pit. I looked down and watched my feet rise above the snakes. It was time to arise. I could hear a vibration, a coming noisey wind. It was speaking of the new, declaring it’s arrival. The wind was noisy, electric and powerful. It loudly proclaimed, “The new has come, the new has come!”

My Heavenly Father at last has come. My Saviour has come and lifted me out of this horrible pit. The new he promised is here.

About Vulnerability of the heart

I am a wife, a mother, and a treasured child of God. My Christian faith is my source of strength. I’ve fallen into the depths of despair and been carried out of it in the loving arms of God. By his grace I have been healed. God has taken me on an incredible journey of discovering his love and faithfulness. I believe in a merciful God who has never left me. He is forever faithful.
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