Revelation - Salvation: His Glory & Grace - Part 1 - God's Love at Work - Week of April 12
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- 2020 Apr 12
Revelation – Salvation: His Glory & Grace – Part 1
By Margaret D. Mitchell
After a couple of days of studying for this video-devotion, my phone rang.
It was a God thing…
A divine appointment.
A dear friend had phoned to invite me to pray with her about her young-adult daughter.
I listened to my friend’s story, and then we began to pray.
Straight away, The Lord revealed that her daughter was heading away from Him.
God showed me a vision of her walking far out into the otherwise barren night, toward a tiny guardhouse, that was set on the edge of a geographic border.
When the daughter arrived at the guardhouse, a guard walked out. He reviewed her I.D. and handed it back to her. He refused to allow her to cross the border. Then he walked back into the guardhouse.
The daughter stood there alone. She didn’t push back. She didn’t even look upset. She simply stared down at her I.D., perplexed, facing her own void in a remote place, not knowing what to do next.
This young-adult daughter had come to the end of the line God had set for her.
After a moment, she quietly turned back from where she came. She was oblivious to the night all around her, as though it were her normal.
Still looking down at her I.D., she stepped forward slowly, almost mindlessly.
As she did, light began to increase around her. Gradually.
The light grew brighter with each step.
At one point, she looked up, taking her eyes off herself. She became aware that her surroundings had changed.
They were lighter.
She felt lighter.
Realizing this, the daughter sped up her walk until, finally, the bright light of revelation came on in her conscience: Suddenly, she knew beyond a shadow of doubt that she was headed toward Jesus.
When she received this revelation, she took off running a very short distance, right into His arms.
Luke 11:34 TPT tells us, "The eyes of your spirit allow revelation-light to enter into your being. When your heart is open the light floods in. When your heart is hard and closed, the light cannot penetrate and darkness takes its place."
This daughter ultimately returned (repented) to her loving Jesus, full of glorious light, love and victory.
Friend’s, this is where we are all called to live—close to Him.
Through this vision, The Lord reminded me that He can post His angelic guards at boundaries that prevent us from going too far from Him. God can post angels to help us and our loved ones return to Him.
The one thing up ahead in our dark night, can prove to be the beginning of a mighty turning point toward God’s glory.
I believe that daughter’s angel awaited her arrival, as Jesus’ eye was upon her the whole time.
My friend and I now declare salvation over her, as we all await her return.
Salvation means to defend, deliver, help, preserve, rescue, be safe and avenge. And, we know God’s Word will not return without accomplishing His will.
The day after this vision came forth, Holy Spirit added to the message…
He further revealed that, while He would enlighten the conscience of my friend’s daughter, He would simultaneously boost my friend’s confidence to trust Him implicitly with her. While my friend awaits her daughter’s return, He will grow her trust in Him to do that which only He can do. Both mother and daughter will come to know Him in a new way.
God often works in parallels, and this was His plan!
Holy Spirit highlighted Psalm 97:11 AMPC to me in regards to my friend’s daughter, which says, "Light is sown for the [uncompromisingly] righteous and strewn along their pathway, and joy for the upright in heart [the irrepressible joy which comes from consciousness of His favor and protection]."
In regards to her mother, Holy Spirit highlighted Luke 1:17:
Luke 1:17 AMPC says, "And he will [himself] go before Him in the spirit and power of Elijah, to turn back the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the disobedient and incredulous and unpersuadable to the wisdom of the upright [which is the knowledge and holy love of the will of God]–in order to make ready for the Lord a people [perfectly] prepared [in spirit, adjusted and disposed and placed in the right moral state]. [Isa. 40:3; Mal. 4:5, 6.]"
When I saw the Word “unpersuadable” in this verse, I realized God was about to give my dear friend a revelation of faith. He was about to reveal Himself as trustworthy and prove Himself as faithful. He was about to awaken her and her daughter and persuade them both.
Both will be made stronger in Him.
When the daughter returns, God will be at the center of their relationship, and they will see more of Jesus in each other’s hearts. They will be grateful, because they will know that He alone delivered them and set things right.
The Lord used this vision to highlight a particular precept to me for this hour:
We are beginning to see what His Word describes in Habakkuk 2:14 AMPC, which says, "But [the time is coming when] the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea. [Isa. 11:9.]"
God is unfurling His plans in our lives to establish us more deeply in Him with awesome wonder.
Isaiah 11:9 TPT says, "On all my holy mountain of Zion, nothing evil or harmful will be found. For the earth will be filled with the intimate knowledge of the Lord Yahweh just as water swells the sea!"
This is a new beginning for all of us, as we continue to yield to God’s plan, and come increasingly into His marvelous light.
Hebrews 8:11-12 TPT assure us by saying, "And the result of this will be that everyone will know me as Lord! There will be no need at all to teach their fellow-citizens or brothers by saying, ‘You should know the Lord Jehovah,’ since everyone will know me inwardly, from the most unlikely to the most distinguished. For I will demonstrate my mercy to them and will forgive their evil deeds, and never remember again their sins."
Join me next week for part 2 of Revelation – Salvation: His Glory & Grace.
Margaret D. Mitchell is the Founder of God's Love at Work, a marketplace outreach purposed to share God's greatest power source - the love of Christ.