Prophecy is all about Jesus, by Ron Brackin

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space][vc_single_image image=”2320″ img_size=”full”][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]Prophecy is not about hearing, seeing and telling. Prophecy is a divine romance—from his perspective…

Listen, my radiant one—if you ever lose sight of me, just follow in my footsteps where I lead my lovers. Come with your burdens and cares….My dearest one, let me tell you how I see you…[1]

…and from yours.

Let him smother me with kisses—his Spirit-kiss divine. So kind are your caresses, I drink them in like the sweetest wine! Your presence releases a fragrance so pleasing—over and over poured out.[2]

Prophecy is Jesus whispering in your ear. And when he calls you “my radiant one” and “dearest one,” “my dearest darling,” “my darling companion,” “my beloved” and “my bride-to-be,” look in the mirror until you begin to believe what he’s saying and not what you see.

Every part of you is so beautiful, my darling. Perfect is your beauty, without flaw within.[3]

Reckon yourself living with Jesus, not in Dallas or Dublin or even beautiful Zürich early in the morning when it’s empty and glistening with snow. Hang out together in his Word, and learn to see from his perspective.

Remind yourself constantly who Jesus made you to be and how he views you, until his perception becomes yours and you see yourself living with him, though you still reside in the world.

When you begin to make the effort to know God, you may be sitting in a vacant room or walking along an empty path through a field or woods. And all you see or sense is furniture or brush and trees. But come back again and again.

One day, you will realize that you’ve never been not alone. And sometimes, though you’re not quite sure, you might see him smiling at you as you talk together.

Now you are ready, my bride, to come with me as we climb the highest peaks together. Come with me through the archway of trust. We will look down from the crest of the glistening mounts and from the summit of our sublime sanctuary.[4]

~ Photograph by Zoriana Stakhniv

[1] Song of Songs 1:8,9, TPT.

[2] Ibid. 1:2-3,4.

[3] Ibid. verse 4:7.

[4] Ibid. 4:8.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]