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Saturday, 14 June 2014


Noted in my journal on 26.7.13


After an hour or so of praying in the Spirit over people and situations,  the Lord took me into a garden, in the Heavens.  Jesus planted some flowers there for me,  purple and pink, species unknow, with a beautiful fragrance.   He then took me into his house, and we sat down in the 'living area'.  Some angels bought a cup of wine for me to drink and fresh fruit.  After I had drunk the wine, my spirit body transformed into light particles and my spirit was free - light, flying.  Jesus said to me, that I could go anywhere in His Kingdom or the world in the Spirit - I can just go there.

He sent me to Africa first - to lay hands on the African pastors and people I know who live there.  He also sent me to my mum (in a nursing home) to lay hands on her,  and also to some friends who live here in England.

He sent me to a lady and children, who were in hiding in Israel.  I took gold to her,  bread, water, wine and wheat.  I was also taken to some governors and rulers in Israel,  to open spiritual eyes to see Jesus and to release the Kingdom of God.  I was also taken to Syria to declare the Kingdom of God.  

I then came back into God's House in Heaven,  and He told me that I had been in intercession with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  

I looked back on this entry in my journey and wonder at God's timing and ability to bring all things together.  I have been reading the books called, "Ladies of Gold"  and how they were enraptured and taken in the spirit to many different places in the Heavens and shown many things, reminding us of when Isaiah saw the Lord,  high and lifted up, and  when  Paul was taken up into heaven and shown many things,  and John the Apostle was taken in the spirit on the Island of Patmos.

These ladies later went onto being physically 'transported' to different places to preach and lay hands on the sick (as Philip was in the book of Acts, out into the dessert to meet the Ethopian Enunic).   

Where can God take us in intercession?  Where can he take us if we are willing to spend that time with Him and step into the unknown?   How I long to go on more journeys with Him,  most of all, how I long to be near Him.  To be near Him, in His presence,  is the most precious and awesome experience that transcends all others, and I long for this to be my normal, everyday experience.  This is my prayer.  

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