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“You too come away with me..not only come away but come up hither…What balm you are my Bride to my very mournful heart..How many thorns you remove from it..My precious ones you are in Me..I in you.  We are wed and one.  No weapon formed against you shall prosper.  Try as they may to come at you with their devouring appetites they shall stumble and walk away famished for you are Mine and they come at Me when they come at you.

Its dangerous to come against My children;  do they not know they will be utterly shamed…and defeated? Worry not My beloveds..worry not.  Beloveds,  see me in Gethsemane as I am still relieving my agony from that hour -only worse..My sweat is as drops of blood and I am anticipating my crown of thorns.  My breathing is labored and heart beats violently against my chest..My friends sleep..Not only Peter..James..John but the world is asleep at this hour.  I shake the earth as one shakes a sleeping friend to awaken them.  My children adjust their sleeping positions and turn over.

I have repeated myself numerous times with my prophets..I AM tired of man’s dismissal and deaf ear to me and My children who have awaken and answered my call..accepted my invitation to my Wedding banquet.  I mourn tremendously for this generation. I long for my children with such intensity it shakes me…my lips quiver with emotion and I cry…I long to hold you in My with you and thank you for loving me and warning your rebellious siblings.

I can not wait any longer to crown your heads with my crown of righteousness and eternal life…Thus you already wear but to present to you what I have prepared just for you.  You have seen me in Gethsemane where the soil drank my blood and tears and the twisted olive trees heard and felt my deep moans of agony.  The air was filled with my anxiety and loneliness and all of heaven and earth my love.  I knew then my cross would be in vain for many and Judas’s kiss was the first of many I would receive.  As Judas kissed my cheek he tasted my tears mingled with my sweaty blood on his lips.  He tasted his Lords and friends tears and blood and that moment his heart was pierced with a sword of remorse and fear.  As they vioently dragged me away my blood and tears lingered on his lips as he watched in deep regret and sorrow that he had lifted his heel against me -his Lord and friend.  My tears spoke a million words to his soul…My bloody  water of life resurrected his death in that garden. A foretelling of my cross.

What a moment that was..Through the harsh blows my face received I could still feel his kiss.  I could still point to the exact place where he kissed me with dead lips hours later as I waited alone in my small holding cell.  I wept at the very thought even more.  Now this generation has lips far more deadly than Judas…For Judas heart was remorseful and great sorrow swallowed him.  He wept bitterly for selling my life and felt death was his just punishment on himself.  Never did he prosper on earth from his act of betrayal..But with deep pain he opened his own grave and lept in.  I tell man the truth.  I have forgiven Judas and he will dine with me in my Fathers house..

Sound the shofar..Keep speaking my warnings my loves..alas..I come as a thief in the night to whisk my Bride away;  Mockers will be silenced and the unrepentant swept away. To those I extend mercy to I will and all the prayers from souls for their lost and unsaved loved ones I have heard and answered.  The hour is not late it has passed; A new door I have opened myself, a new era has dawned.  What once was will be no more but  a new thing has arisen.  Lives refined-purified by my fire.  Souls washed in my blood, refreshed by my tears as Judas.  Come arise and enter in.  The King of Glory has stepped in..reached down and lifted up his own…

My love for now and evermore…Jesus”

Shared by friend, Krystal Bealle,  (who receives messages and dreams from Jesus through the Holy Spirit)



(photo from the movie, The Passion of Christ, by Mel Gibson)

Pilate’s wife received a disturbing dream one night.. one that convicted her to her core and kept her awake.     Scholars say Pilate’s wife’s name was Claudia.  Being a wife of a Roman officer, she lived a somewhat posh, affluent  lifestyle even though her husband was stationed outside of Rome.   She was familiar with the hypocrisy, extravagance and corruption of Roman politics , and all the Roman’s pagan gods and goddesses in their search for truth.

Her lifestyle is much like Western culture is today, with it’s seculiar affluence, trillians of idols and philosophies and the dependence of the religious leaders on it’s seculiar political and economic “powers that be”.   When Jesus was brought before Pilate, he asked Jesus, ‘.. and what IS Truth?”   Because Pilate didn’t truly know at this point what real truth was any longer, being accustomed to not only the deceptions of his own Country,  but also the hypocrisy of the Jewish religious World that was so diligent with form and display, but lacked any real substance within.      He Who stood before Pilate IS Truth.. the living expression of Truth,  and Pilate’s wife also was confronted with this same Truth in a dream that kept her awake.

The scriptures don’t describe the details of Claudia’s dream, but it was enough to convict her , trouble and awaken her.   In her dream, she met Truth..  in the form of Jesus.  No doubt, she observed His demeanor .. His peace, gentleness and a beautiful simple inner Majesty emanating from within a Man who looked anything like a king..   Who was garbed in a threadbare homespun garment and peasant’s sandles being shoved around, beaten, attacked by His own people with no justification.. and that her husband would be caught in the middle of it all.    Something about this Man she beheld in her dream made her realize He was not an ordinary Man..   He was a “just man”,  with  an inner beauty about Him she had never seen in others..   He must be a son of some god.. The Son OF God, (yet she didn’t know THAT God yet)

She beheld Truth in a Person that night, and He left an impression in her conscience.    “ Have nothing to do with that just man: for I have suffered many things this day in a dream because of him.”,  she told her husband when he was sitting on the judgement seat.(Matthew 27:19).   In Claudia’s dream a Worldly Roman woman met a humble poor peasant teacher who exuded truth, genuine peace, humility with a royalty so Divine and not of this World.     

Rome and Religion met that night with no mixture or compromise.  The sword of the Holy Spirit was drawn on her, and she saw Truth for Who He is.     The Very Truth that eluded her husband.

In prayer I asked our Lord if He might have me open up to something from His recorded words from “He and I” from Gabrielle Bossis regarding this article., and opening blindly, He gave me the following reply:   “Seek Truth with all your heart”..  



You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows.~Psalm 23:5

Jesus Anointed by a Sinful Woman

(Luke 7:36-50)

36 When one of the Pharisees invited Jesus to have dinner with him, he went to the Pharisee’s house and reclined at the table. 37 A woman in that town who lived a sinful life learned that Jesus was eating at the Pharisee’s house, so she came there with an alabaster jar of perfume. 38 As she stood behind him at his feet weeping, she began to wet his feet with her tears. Then she wiped them with her hair, kissed them and poured perfume on them.

39 When the Pharisee who had invited him saw this, he said to himself, “If this man were a prophet, he would know who is touching him and what kind of woman she is—that she is a sinner.”

40 Jesus answered him, “Simon, I have something to tell you.”

“Tell me, teacher,” he said.

41 “Two people owed money to a certain moneylender. One owed him five hundred denarii,[a] and the other fifty. 42 Neither of them had the money to pay him back, so he forgave the debts of both. Now which of them will love him more?”

43 Simon replied, “I suppose the one who had the bigger debt forgiven.”

“You have judged correctly,” Jesus said.

44 Then he turned toward the woman and said to Simon, “Do you see this woman? I came into your house. You did not give me any water for my feet, but she wet my feet with her tears and wiped them with her hair. 45 You did not give me a kiss, but this woman, from the time I entered, has not stopped kissing my feet. 46 You did not put oil on my head, but she has poured perfume on my feet. 47 Therefore, I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven—as her great love has shown. But whoever has been forgiven little loves little.”

48 Then Jesus said to her, “Your sins are forgiven.”

49 The other guests began to say among themselves, “Who is this who even forgives sins?”

50 Jesus said to the woman, “Your faith has saved you; go in peace.”


When Jesus was invited to Simon the Pharisee’s home, it was not because Simon liked Jesus.., but more so to have the chance to scrutinize Him more closely..   Simon was a Pharisee and 98% of all the Pharisees thought Jesus was nothing more than a young heretic.   They didn’t trust Him, and many feigned interest in Him so as to trap Him on something.    Jesus knew this beforehand.,   and as the Son of Man, it was not a source of comfort for Him to recline and eat sourrounded by those with a critical spirit watching His every move.   The atmosphere in Simon’s home was one of spiritual arrogance and silent scorn towards Jesus.. without words, spoken but He could feel it more than anyone with His keen spiritual senses.  You could cut the icy reception toward Him with a knife.

It is an extremely hard thing to accept an insincere invitation from someone who you know doesn’t particularly care for you, to eat at their home, surrounded by other critical souls who scrutinize you with scorn..  it is like being surrounded by wolves waiting for their attack.  He was totally disregarded while the other guests were treated with courtesy.   Jesus is the Son of God, but He is also the Son of Man too., and His sensitivity to hostile atmospheres,  and negative vibes is far more keener than the rest of us…    He knew when He was despised… and the scriptures don’t say that He was with any of His disciples in that pharisee’s home.  He was alone .. He felt alone except for the Father and Holy Spirit’s presence with Him.     The atmosphere around Him from Simon and the other guests was probably more colder and icier than if He had been entertained in a meat locker.    His soul was deprived of any comfort , but out of obedience to the Father, He remained in their presence..     then the Father provided Him someone to warm His heart in the midst of that coldness..

A woman with a sinful reputation who was seeking Jesus, discovered He was at this pharisee’s home, and with all the courage she could muster, she was compelled to enter where He was, … though un-invited, and express her gratitude for this new hope she found in Him.   This new forgiveness she received that she never knew was possible before.    Jesus’s nature is a gentle humble, non-assuming nature of the Holy Spirit.   He didn’t ask for this woman to come into Simon’s home and give Him such honor before all of the other teachers,   but He also did not turn her away..  His heart was consoled and touched by her sincere expression of love.. and it was a consolation to Him after experiencing the coldness of heart from Simon and all of the guests there who had little or no regard for Him.  He knew that any kindness shown to Him was as though also doing the same to the Heavenly Father.

Though this act of love from this woman was a beautiful act of consolation for Him.. in the midst of His enemies., (Psalm 23:5)  It cost Him any approval He might receive from Simon and the other Pharisee guests who further scorned Him after He told her “your faith has saved you, go in peace”.   As Son of God, Jesus is Who He is.  As Son of Man, this beautiful act cost Him any approval from the others in that room that day.. but Jesus never desired the approval of man.. He desires only to please the Heavenly Father…   cost what it may to His great heart. ♥

This woman was un-invited yet she invited Jesus into her heart.    Jesus was physically invited into this pharisee’s home, but Simon did not invite Jesus into his heart as this woman had.



This past Wednesday I had an experience with Jesus..  an unseen invisible experience but very real nonetheless.      Every time I go anywhere.. including church, I ask Jesus to be with me.. to sit next to me.    I know it is a presumptuous request, because in  many cases, there are people around me who are genuinely humble saints, so why would He choose to be around me?   (not trying to sound humble, but there are times I truly havnt exactly obeyed Him and have no right calling Him “Lord” .  He’s working on me though)     Nevertheless, I believe our Lord can be with each of us all at the same matter how unsaintly we are compared with others..   He only cares that we desire to be near Him.

Well this past Wednesday evening I asked Jesus to be with me throughout the service, and I like to think He was..but of course, I don’t truly believe He always chooses to just because I ask Him to.       After the service had ended,   I found myself being the last in line to greet my pastor before leaving the church building.    Strangely I felt a distinct presence of others behind me..   and especially Jesus.    This sense was so strong that I told my pastor that I couldn’t help sense this..  that He was truly THERE.. last in line behind me.     “It would be just like Him”… I said,  “humble in nature, even though He is the King of All Kings in all Universes and the Father’s Son!     “Praise Jesus!” My pastor said.. meaning it and even looking behind me expecting that he might see a glimpse of Jesus in the supernatural..       But we both knew that Jesus was there., and He is everywhere He is sincerely invited..

This incident brought to my recollection when Jesus stood in line to be baptized by John the Baptist.   He patiently waited His turn.. regardless of Who He Is.     “I have need to be baptized by YOU.. and yet You come to ME?!”   John said..    and Jesus quietly replied,  ‘suffer it to be so now, to fulfill all righteousness”.    This is just like our Lord and King in Exile..     Last in Line,  or amongst others in line waiting His turn..    even though by rights He could butt in line if He wanted to.         I just cant get over what a beautiful Man..the Son of God.. Jesus Christ, (Yashuah Hamaschiach in Hebrew) is ♥





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