A Glimpse of Glory

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 posted by dpulliam

        Living Water  Words cannot adequately describe what I saw and experienced, so I’ve been in much prayer about relaying this dream. Before reading, please ask the Holy Spirit to open your heart to receive whatever He wishes to minister to you individually.

          In 2015, through a series of dreams and visions, the Lord revealed things that shook me to my core.  He showed me coming death and destruction, the rise of the Church from the ashes, and the greatest harvest of souls in history – events to happen before the rapture of His Glorious Church.  

          With each revelation, the Lord continued to emphasize His Church is not to fear, that we will be walking in the Glory, doing the works of Jesus in the very midst of this coming destruction and chaos.  Until December 16, 2015, I’d only read about the Glory of the first century Church, and subsequent periodic awakenings since that time.  But on the night of December 16th, I received a glimpse of the Glory and what it will be like to walk in it!

The Dream

          The dream began with me at my house, standing in the family room. Although it was not revealed to me, whether it was an earthquake, a bomb, or whatever; something had happened.  I noticed (in my peripheral vision)   cracks in the wall of my house. Several people were in the room with me, and they were in full panic mode. They were yelling, “Oh, no! What are we going to do, how are we going to make it?”

          Immediately, I opened my mouth and the Word began to flow, “Fear not! My God will supply all our need according to His riches in glory by Jesus Christ.”  As I was speaking the Word of God, I was acutely aware of the fact I felt absolutely no fear. All I felt was unspeakable joy and peace. Then the scene changed.

          Suddenly, I was at the location of the dream I had in July (see The Great Escape), where everything was covered in gray ash, with destruction as far as my eye could see. Small groups of people dotted the landscape. Some were walking around with dazed expressions, obviously in a state of shock; some were weeping softly as their eyes took in the horrific scenes around them; while others were wailing and screaming out in pain and agony.  I began to walk towards them.               

          As I walked towards them, I felt the love of the Lord descend upon me. It was strong and powerful, and filled me to the point I felt I was going to burst.  The love was uncontainable and began to flow out of me towards the hurting people. 

          When I reached them, I saw the sick and severely injured surrounded by frightened loved ones. I felt overwhelming love and compassion, as the Word of God began flowing from my lips; “The Lord said, “Come unto Me all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest…”  “The Lord will forgive all your sins and heal all your diseases; He will redeem your life from destruction.”  As the Word was spoken, people were drawn towards it.

          As they drew closer, I extended my hands toward them. Love was now flowing like a river into me and outward through my hands.  As I touched or came near each individual, their countenance changed before my eyes. Instead of expressions of fear, great peace and joy spread across their faces. Those with injuries were instantly healed, as wounds disappeared, along with any trace of blood on their skin or clothing. The maimed in the crowd rose to their feet. Then I heard a voice behind me.  

           I turned to see a woman approaching with a plate containing only a few morsels of food on it.  With tears in her eyes, she said, “This is all we have, how are we going to live?”  I said, “Bring it to me.”    End of Dream

 Interpretation:

           Upon awakening, I was ecstatic!  The Lord had actually given me a taste of what it’s going to be like to walk in The Glory!  There are several points the Lord impressed upon me in those first few hours after the dream:

*  I was aware of my surroundings, but they didn’t affect me whatsoever.  I only noticed the cracks in the walls of my home from a peripheral view – I didn’t focus on them. The Lord later pointed out that, although my house was shaken, it didn’t fall. Matt. 7:24-27.

*  The joy of the Lord was my strength! And the peace I felt surpassed all understanding. Psalms 28:7; Philippians 4:7.  The joy and peace formed a protective wall, or bubble, around me that nothing could penetrate.  I was no longer of this world (John 15:19).

*  As the Word of the Lord was spoken, and the people responded by drawing near, they were delivered and set free.  “Sanctify them by the truth; your word is truth.” John 17:17.  “Then you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32.

*  The Love of God (God is Love, 1 John 4:8), totally enveloped me, and then began to flow outward. His Love is alive and active, and will flow as a mighty river through His people.  “He that believes on me, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.” John 7:38

          Yes, a great shaking is coming, but those who’ve built their house upon the rock will not fall. Sin and darkness will abound, but Grace will much more abound!  (Rom. 5:20).  

          My prayer for the saints is that we be used mightily by the Lord in this end time harvest, as we let go of this earth and cleave unto Him.  May we be Holy vessels, in which the Lord may infuse with Himself.  For then “…the people that know their God shall be strong, and do exploits.” Dan. 11:32. 

           I’ve been given a glimpse of what walking in the Glory’s going to be like.  I prayed fervently over this post, that you would also be given a glimpse.  Because, now we can second Paul in saying, “I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.” Rom. 8:18.  Praise God!

          Come soon, Lord Jesus!

 

         


19 Responses to “A Glimpse of Glory”

  1. Duke Says:

    Peace be with you Diana.

    The time has come, I have kept my promise :-)

    Luke 12: 36 And ye yourselves like unto men that wait for their lord, when he will return from the wedding; that when he cometh and knocketh, they may open unto him immediately.

    Christ
    The faithful witness(Rev 1:5)

  2. dpulliam Says:

    Yes Duke, we must stay in a constant state of readiness, as we know His return is soon!

  3. Duke Says:

    Peace be with you dpulliam.

    “I see a correction of divine magnitude coming. A rude and true awakening. A stripping and shocking event that even professing Christians are not ready for.”

    The faiithful witness

  4. dpulliam Says:

    Duke,
    May the saints stay in the Word and dwell in the secret place of the Most High! He is our Rock and Shelter.

  5. Duke Says:

    Peace be with the reader.

    For whosoever shall be ashamed of me and of my words, of him shall the Son
    of man be ashamed, when he shall come in his own glory, and in his Father’s,
    and of the holy angels.

    The faithful witness

  6. dpulliam Says:

    Duke,
    Amen! We especially need to keep this Word in our hearts during this time.

  7. Duke Says:

    dpulliam

    “this time” means now is the time of judgment.

    Those who reject me bring condemnation upon themselves, this is what “judgment” means.

    Bring in the harvest, spread the word of my return and be a partaker in the final judgment now facing the world..

    The faithful witness(see Rev 1:5)

    P.S. My new name is “Duke” (see Rev 12:19)

  8. Diana Perkovich Says:

    Diana- what you have seen I have seen, not in a dream but by the Spirit. When I read Jeremiah over and over in the first few chapters to understand how God told Him God knew him before placing him in his Mother’s womb; God consecrated him for God’s purpose; God appointed him a prophet. Then God checked his spiritual vision; Told him not to fear man and he was to go where God commanded and do what God commanded. That is pretty much our assignment in these last days. We shall be supernaturally endowed; speaking the word over people and circumstances; Keeping our eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. I feel like we are like Habakkuk 3:16-19 We know the day of distress is coming and no matter what comes, we will exult in the Lord, we will rejoice in the God of our salvation! Thank you for sharing. It is so good to hear what God is showing you, because it is confirmation.God Bless you sister

  9. Sonshine Says:

    Wonderful!!

  10. Daniel Says:

    May all the glory be to the Lord Amen

  11. dpulliam Says:

    Daniel,
    Yes! Amen and Amen! God bless you!

  12. Terri Says:

    AWESOME

  13. Loveness Nankamba Says:

    Praise the LORD! timely message to God be the Glory.

  14. Moses Okenye Says:

    Glorify to be the Lord our Almighty God.. Indeed I thank God for choosing my dear sister Diana

  15. dpulliam Says:

    Amen to that, Moses! Glory to His Mighty Name!

    God bless you!

  16. Pastor Nazareth Mfune Says:

    I am really touched. May all the Glory be to our king Jesus. I will print these to share with my church.

  17. dpulliam Says:

    Pastor Mfunew,
    I’m so glad you were blessed by this dream from the Lord. I pray it will bless your congregation as they see what our God is calling His Church to; doing the works of Jesus in the midst of the calamities!

    God bless you!

  18. Elijah udeaku Says:

    Prepare us oh LORD. We patiently wait for your return.

  19. dpulliam Says:

    Elijah,

    Yes, Amen; come soon Lord Jesus!

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