“Come To The Garden!”

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 posted by Diana Pulliam

The night of October 10th, I retired early to be alone with God. I’d felt a calling that only grew stronger throughout the day, a beckoning if you will, to get away with Him.  Anticipation grew, as I understood there was something He wanted to tell or show me.

Immediately upon entering my bedroom and sitting down, I was drawn into a spirit of praise and worship. After a few minutes, a quiet stillness entered the room.

As I sat there with eyes closed, a love stronger than I’ve ever experienced completely enveloped me.  It was so strong, I slide out of the chair onto my knees.  The presence of God filled the room, and I knew the Father and Jesus were right there with me. We communed silently in the Spirit for a few moments as I felt arms embracing me, and then I opened my eyes.

When I opened my eyes, I saw Jesus with a bouquet of flowers coming towards me.    They were an assortment of the most beautiful flowers I’d ever seen.  As He extended the flowers, I put forth my hands to receive them, and immediately heard the following:

“The way to the Garden is open again!”

“Entrance is obtained through Jesus.”

“Come to the Garden!”

In the days that followed, I knew the Lord wanted this shared, but every time I sat down to write, all I could do was weep.  There were no words to describe the love and beauty of what had happened.  So, I waited, knowing God had more to show about this most intimate encounter.

While in prayer the early morning hours of November 7th, the presence of the Lord filled the room as before. I immediately knelt down at the side of my bed in worship. It was then I felt someone kneeling beside me, and knew it was Jesus.  Suddenly, I saw the hands of a man in front of us holding a golden cup full of red wine.  He handed it to Jesus.

My eyes were only seeing what was directly in front of me.  In my peripheral vision, I saw the hands of Jesus extend out and take the cup.  It disappeared from my vision for a second, and I understood He had taken a drink.  His hands appeared again as He extended the cup to me.  I took the cup from His hands, and just as I put it to my lips, the Holy Spirit said,

“His Bride will drink from His cup!”

Interpretation:

As soon as I heard those words, the Lord began to reveal the longing He has for His bride to join Him in the Inner Sanctuary, that Most Holy Place where the Bride and Bridegroom will commune with the Father!  He showed me the connection between it and the Garden of Eden – the first most intimate place of communion between God and man.  He began by comparing the earthly and heavenly sanctuary.

The earthly sanctuary was symbolic for the present time, in that the priests went about performing services: taking care of the lamp stand, table, show bread, the offering of gifts and sacrifices, very much like organized Christianity operates today.  All such work is performed in the first part of the tabernacle, the outer chamber.  But the second part of the tabernacle, the Inner Chamber, was off limits to all except the High Priest, who could not enter except once per year – and not without blood (Heb.9:7).  The earthly sanctuary is a copy of the heavenly (Heb. 8:5).

Entering the Heavenly Sanctuary

Jesus entered this Most Holy Place in the heavens with His own Blood as payment for sin once and for all.  He also rent in two the veil which separated the Holy of Holies, opening the way for us!

It was never meant for God to continue dwelling there alone.  The Lord is calling His Bride to share His innermost intimate chamber. It is time for the two to become one!

In the vision, I saw Jesus hand His Bride the cup, and heard God say, “His Bride will drink from His cup!”

Jesus entered this secret, Most Holy place by His death.  God showed me Her hand was on the spear as it was inserted into his side, and His blood flowed forth for her.  Now she must drink of His cup!  His Bride may not enter the chamber any other way.  Nothing prevails in the heavenly sanctuary except death.

To enter, she must die completely to self, to her plans, hopes, dreams, desires, and ambitions.  She must die to everything the god of this world has used to woo and distract her.  As she enters the chamber, she enters as a dead woman, offering and pouring out her very life to Him.  She becomes like Him to be united with Him.

Saints, we need to remember, “For the joy set before Him, He endured the cross…”  Jesus didn’t just die – but He rose!

What He has shown me will happen once we enter into the Most Holy Place, that “secret chamber” where we abide and commune with the Father and our Bridegroom, is staggering.

Everything the Father has given to the Son will be shared with His Bride!  The impartation, the flow from the Father, to the Son, to the Bride, is breathtaking.  As she gives Herself fully to Him, she opens herself to receive all He has to give her.  This will be when she becomes the FULLNESS of Him… walking in all His Glory!  The final acts of the Church will stagger even the rulers and principalities in the heavenly realms!

Please pray over all that has been presented here, for confirmation and further revelation.  Things are moving very quickly now.   If your desire is to be used mightily by God in the days ahead, you MUST come to the Inner Sanctuary.  This is the “Secret Place” of Psalms 91!

God is saying,

The way to the Garden is open again!” 

“Entrance is obtained through Jesus.”

“Come to the Garden!”

Personal Note:

I believe the Lord would have me share in more detail, the things I was shown happen after the Bride enters the Inner Chamber, what He will share with Her… God willing, this will be continued

Scripture References:

Hebrews 9:12, “Neither by the blood of goats and calves, but by His own blood He entered in once into the holy place, having obtained eternal redemption.”

John 14:6, “I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.”

Romans 6:4-5, “Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father…, certainly we also shall be in the likeness of His resurrection…”

“He who seeks to save his life shall lose it, but he who loses his life for My sake, the same shall save it.”

Hebrews 12:2, “For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.”

Ephesians 1:18-20, “…the eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that you may know what is the hope of your calling and the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, and the exceeding greatness of His power toward us who believe, according to the working of His mighty power which He worked in Christ when He raised Him from the dead and seated Him at His right hand in the heavenly places…”

Ephesians 2:6, “And God raised us up together in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus…”


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Frank Dollbaum
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Frank Dollbaum

I am just catching up a bit here, but again I am in total agreement here. I have been praying Ephesians 1:18 for a… Read more »

Gerry Hall
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Gerry Hall

It is so meaningful to me that you pointed out we must first enter the Garden of Gethsemane before we can enter the Garden… Read more »

Alida Pretorius
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Alida Pretorius

Oh Diana, Holy Spirit has laid the words: ‘Come into the garden’ on my heart for a few days now, and only now I… Read more »

Dr. Elijah Ude
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Dr. Elijah Ude

This is huge and needing me to read again and again. The time has come for the Church to go into the deeper things… Read more »

Michele Sperber
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Michele Sperber

Precious word and devotion Diana. God bless you! Today I heard: “Heralding Manasah!” and then “The veil shall be taken off soon- Be patient!”… Read more »

Victoria L Vatland
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Victoria L Vatland

His bride will drink from His cup…this Word is commanding. Thank you Diane! Always look forward to His word through you… one of His… Read more »

Robert
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Robert

The Lord has been showing me this as well. I have come to see that while Paul speaks of dying to self, crucifying the… Read more »

Hope
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I’m so excited to see what happens after the Bride enters the Inner Chamber! Hoping indeed that you can continue!

Rod Durham
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We are going to need to learn to love God, more than our own physical pleasures, if we are ever going to be able… Read more »