For simplicity and ease of reading, the words ‘man’ and ‘he’ are used in the general sense for both male and female. In reading these writings, everything in quotes are the words from either Jesus or God the Father. All other words written are attempts to put into words what I am seeing as well as my thoughts and dialogue with Him. When in the presence of Jesus and the Father, they know what I am thinking so putting my thoughts into proper written dialog seems, well, difficult.
Scripture references relating to the subject of discussion are also included for your to hover or click on to review. I encourage you to search the Bible! Jesus will not deny you His Wisdom if you sincerely ask Him, James 1:5.
As you engage with each dialogue, start each reading with a prayer of confession (to be right with God), of protection (to keep the enemy’s influences away) and of guidance (so the Lord can teach you what He wants you to understand). Then grab your Bible, a writing utensil of choice, a cup of coffee if you are like me, and begin a study that has the potential to draw you deeper into your relationship with Jesus than you thought possible.
Jesus is the only personal God who desires for all men to come to Him through the offer of friendship. Salvation is not because of anything great or wonderful or perfect that we have done. On the contrary, salvation is only because of Jesus’ perfect life which He offered freely as a sacrifice on the cross. His life, death and resurrection demonstrate to all His great love for us. None of us are worthy on our own accord. We are worthy only because God created each one of us and calls to us to come to Him. (Psalm 139:13-18, Proverbs 1:20-33, I Timothy 2:3-6, John 14:6). The truths God shares in these dialogues and visions are not just for me, they are for everyone who chooses to follow Him.
You can begin with my first vision, “My Calling”, to learn more about the majesty of Jesus’ authority and kingship as He called me to serve.