Worship and Insight into New Life

“For we know that if the tent that is our earthly home is destroyed, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. For in this tent we groan, longing to put on our heavenly dwelling,”

‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭5:1-2‬ ‭ESV‬‬

Sometimes during worship, my mind, heart, and spirit are open to God’s leading. I wish it were this way every time. But, I’m human and my mind wanders sometimes to my grocery list, to the woman’s cute hairstyle in front of me, to the cloud moving in the window above.

But, yesterday my mind, heart, and spirit were soft to God’s leading.

The Lord gave me a vision of ascending to heaven and throwing out my medication, the splint on my hand, the port in my chest. And, then He showed me my daughters flinging off glasses and tossing their supplements and medications in the air. Next, He showed me my husband, dumping out his medication and throwing off his hearing aid.

I don’t pretend that I have visited heaven. Although some may have actually been given a glimpse of it. But, I do believe that the Lord uses times like worship where our hearts are so focused on Him that we can experience little insights of what He has in store for us.

In heaven we will be given new bodies, heavenly bodies. These bodies will not need medication, eyeglasses, hearing aids, or any earthly support.

I long for this day. I ache for this day. Do you? Are you growing weary? I believe the Lord gave me this vision yesterday during worship to encourage others as well as myself to continue to seek these times of mind, heart, and spirit focus. Allow the Lord to move in your spirit so He can encourage you.

The day is coming.

The day is coming.

Dear one, the day is coming.

5 thoughts on “Worship and Insight into New Life

  1. Interesting vision from the Father. Blessed to hear. I only wonder if He is leading you to understand that His healing is for this life and not just the next. Jesus cares about our whole being and wants to heal while we are still in the body. This we know to be true. What many miss is His lead to join Him on the process of healing. He sometimes woos us along with images such as these to beckon us to a deeper walk with Him. The result of that is an abundance of health. When you shared this vision it reminded me of our own healing journey and how He used a similar process to set us free. Anyways, just a thought.

    Homer Les

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  2. You said:

    “I don’t pretend that I have visited heaven.”

    I don’t mean to be in disagreement with this statement, but I will caution against selling short your experience short willy-nilly. I have had experiences both in worship and in service which transformed everything not unlike those boys on the mountain with Jesus when his clothes changed dazzling bright. Can’t explain it, necessarily.

    However, I read Walter Wink’s scholarly book on The Human Being several years ago and was struck by a quote he included in it from George Bernard Shaw’s play St. Joan (I believe was the title). Anyway, and this is a paraphrase at this point, Shaw depicts Joan of Arc on trial being cross examined harshly and she and the prosecutor have this exchange:

    “You say God talks to you.”


    “That’s just your imagination.”

    “Yes. That’s how God talks to me.”

    Let that bake your noodle! Nothing is impossible for God, and this certainly is not.

    Thanx for sharing your insight! It is thrilling, and worth sharing. I hope we all find ourselves well and deeply imbedded in the mystery of God.


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  3. After thinking about it a moment, it seems I should have left you a link where I describe a very special experience I had which MIGHT be in the category (is there a category for this stuff?) like you describe.



    here are two…

    I hope you and your readers will give them a moment of consideration too..

    God bless…


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