My Visit to Heaven

 

I’m sharing this video testimony of Apostle Pierre Ngnangock about his heaven experience and warnings for churches in this last days. I’m so blessed by this. Hope you’ll check this out.

To God be the glory!

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Heaven visit: SISTER JOELLE BITOTI

Everyone will receive according to what he has done whether it be good or bad. – 2 Corinthians 5:10

It is God who placed the pastors to teach His children in the church.

“People are not even coming to church regularly.” -SISTER JOELLE BITOTI on her visit to heaven (vision)

Then the angel read her mind said, “Even if thousands are coming to church, there may even be two converted believers out of thousands. It is not the number that matter to church, but it is the people’s heart’s condition that matter.”

To God be the glory!

Dream today: Heaven and lake of fire

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March 10, 2017 – My dream today from dawn to morning.

A. I was riding a public transit (jeep). When we reached the crossroads, the driver deceitfully U-turned to the wrong way. I contested, but he didn’t seem to hear. He smiled as devil. But, a supernatural power stopped the vehicle so I was able to get away and waited for the right vehicle.

(Wisdom: right vs wrong direction; right vs wrong person or partner/s; the enemy comes only to kill, steal and destroy)

B. I and my mom need to go to the bank. Then heading back from downstairs became hard for me since I had a baby boy and a grocery – (rice) on my arms to carry. Then there’s a spirit filled young lady who helped me. She took the baby from me and put it inside her bag with ease and my mom took the grocery and carried it for me.

That lady carried us to a place we didn’t know. After a long walk, we entered in an old building with pre-school at the ground floor and apartment in the second floor. We need to pass on the stairs which looked fanciful and well fabricated with decorations on the outside; however its foundation is not strong. As we reach the second floor, we‘re able to rest inside her comfortable room.

(Wisdom: Don’t judge by the external factors and the way to righteousness is hard, but once you reach on top, you’ll find rest)

  1. Heaven and lake of fire

Then, while we’re inside that room, I was caught into a place where all I could see is burning liquid fire. Few of us were there: Moses, Aaron, me, Nick Carter and other Backstreet Boys band singer, Britney Spears and a loved-one so dear to me). We’re sitting on a fire-resistant white, soft surface like a mat (I’m not sure what it was like a rubber or a very thick material that couldn’t be burned) suspended above the running lava or lake of fire as if from volcano. I could not see the ending, there’s no wall, like we’re inside a cooking pot. However, we didn’t feel the heat nor the mat got burned.

We’re dressed in white robes or gown. Some of us are radiating or glowing from the light that comes from our body.  This light is a sign, a deposit Holy Spirit inside us so we can’t be harmed, especially Moses and Aaron. Accidentally or some unseen hand pushed Aaron making him dived into the lava or lake of fire underneath us. But, he was not hurt nor burned because of his white gown and the light inside him. He got wet and climbed back as if he just dived from the swimming pool of water.

Suddenly, Jesus appeared from nowhere. He’s walking towards us as if in the bible as he walks on the water towards the boat of Peter and other 12 disciples’.  I was so excited to meet Him, but my heart is a mix of fear, love and excitement. He’s such a huge man, wearing a white robe/ gown like us.

The Holy Spirit spoke to me the reason why we’re there, in that horrifying place.  It was to purify us like gold purified through fire. When Jesus turned towards me, staring at me, He’s smiling and full of love. And, I was like a baby or an infant giggling to Him saying, “Hi Jesus!” But He said nothing. Instead, His aura changed as He turned to the other person sitting next to me (members of Backstreet boys). His face was full of compassion and sadness. We communicate with the language of heaven, not with words but with our minds and hearts, so we understood what He wanted to say.

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I understood that singers like them who particularly sing love songs break His heart, because those songs we’re not for Him. Even, Britney Spears who’s also there sitting with us were warned. But Jesus at that moment is so gracious and compassionate. He didn’t want anyone to be thrown into the lake of fire unprotected — those who were not wearing white robe or gown. Because obviously, if they will be submerged into the lake of fire, they’ll got burned. So Jesus gave them the grace; there’s still time to turn back to Him.

The last person I saw Jesus caught attention to was one of my loved-one. She came in as if she’s attending an interview wearing her best suit (blouse and pants) and bringing with her her laptop, Smartphone and pen. I don’t know what happened next.

(Wisdom: Those who love the world or the things of the world are enemies of God.)

Next. My spirit was carried to heaven. Then, I was flying in the sky. I could see very thick clouds and suddenly a particular picture appeared. It reads, “LOVE.” Not only that, it was meant LOVE and felt LOVE. Then I woke up from that dream. As I woke up, I pondered the vision I saw. Then I searched from the Bible scriptures that could support this great revelation, thinking were they biblical or not.

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And…these Scriptures dawned on me.

 

Sufficient related Bible passages:

  1. 1 John 2:28– (Children of God)

And now, dear children, continue in Him, so that when He appears we may be confident and unashamed before Him at His coming.

  1. 1 John 3: 1-3 (AMP) Children of God Love One Another

“See what an incredible quality of love the Father has shown to us, that we would [be permitted to] be named and called and counted the children of God! And so we are! For this reason the world does not know us, because it did not know Him. Beloved, we are [even here and] now children of God, and it is not yet made clear what we will be [after His coming]. We know that when He comes and is revealed, we will [as His children] be like Him, because we will see Him just as He is [in all His glory]. And everyone who has this hope [confidently placed] in Him purifies himself, just as He is pure (holy, undefiled, guiltless).”

  1. 1 John 4:13-19 (NKJV) The Consummation of Love

“By this we know that we abide in Him, and He in us, because He has given us of His Spirit. And we have seen and testify that the Father has sent the Son as Savior of the world.  Whoever confesses that Jesus is the Son of God, God abides in him, and he in God.  And we have known and believed the love that God has for us. God is love, and he who abides in love abides in God, and God in him. Love has been perfected among us in this: that we may have boldness in the Day of Judgment; because as He is, so are we in this world. There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love.  We love Him[a] because He first loved us.”

To God be the glory!

 

 

 

I had read her book Heaven is so Real (in English) twice and in  Filipino  once three years ago.

I’m glad this video is uploaded. Now it’s possible for those who are not fond of reading to witness her testimony. Such a wonderful testimony that made me purchase more copies of this book and handed to people I don’t personally know, but only God shows and put in my heart.

To God be the glory!

Worship that moves God

 

“To shake the nations with your words does not impress anybody who dwells here (in heaven), but even by the least of my brethren shows love, it brings joy to my Father’s heart. When even the most humble church sings to my Father with truelove in their heart, He silences the whole heaven to listen to them. Many times the broken note on earth causes all of the heaven to weep with joy as they beheld my Father being touched.  When those who are living in such darkness and difficulty sing with true hearts to Him, it touches Him more than all the myriads of heaven can. A few holy ones struggling to express their admiration to Him have many times causes Him to weep. Every time I see my brethren touch Him with true worship, it makes the pain and grief on the cross seems to be so small to pay.” –Jesus (Yeshua)

To God be the glory!

 HEART OF A SERVANT 

Standing in awe of your grace
Setting my feet in your ways
Entering into your presence
To behold you face to face

God of all heaven and earth
Holding me in your embrace
Unfailing love that surrounds me
Oh… God I stand amazed

My Jesus, my lord
You’re the love of my life
Wherever you go
Wanna be by your side
No longer I
But Christ living in me
Serving you for all eternity

My eyes set on you
In this race that I run
No longer my ways
Let your will be done

Make me a servant
My heart’s ever true
Clinging to the cross
I’ll follow you
I’ll follow you

(I can’t stop singing this…)
(Pondering through the lyrics…directly speaks to my heart. <3)
(God is so good all the time.)
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WHAT IS VAIN GLORY?

While I was waiting on God, I was told by the Holy Spirit to write an article about vain glory.

All the glory belongs to God. From suffering to glory.

Straight to the point, vain glory is the tendency for a Christian to develop the pride and boasting spirit in him for being so spiritually gifted. It’s a feeling of being so important and special about his self after performing signs, wonders and miracles forgetting that God had performed it through him and that he was just an empty vessel used by God.

Do all have it? Can both Christians and non-Christians have the tendency of acquiring it?

“I’m better than him.” “I’m a better preacher than him.” “I’m the most anointed evangelist since I can perform a massive healing crusade with lots of sick people got healed.” “I’m super-talented since I can play all musical instruments and got the brilliant voice to song lead.” Have you been there? These were just some of the common thoughts and lines of evangelical Christians whether actively or non-actively participating in the ministry or mission field for God’s work. Nothing is hidden in God’s sight. He knows our thoughts even the hidden secrets of our hearts.

Matthew 12:36 says, “But I say to you that for every idle word men may speak, they will account of it in the Day of Judgment.”

Let us be careful with every word we utter. In James 3:1-12, Apostle Paul talks about how hard it is to tame the tongue.

How about these lines? – “He’s too sinful to be my friend so I must avoid him.” “Only with the same religion/ church/ denomination are welcome here.” “I must always stick to my over-religious friends and have nothing to do with bad-influenced group of people. I will just pray that someone might be used for them so they’ll be reformed.” “I’m not the right person for them, our characters don’t fit and I’m not ready yet to share the gospel and I’m afraid I might be influenced by their bad habits. So it’s better to stay on the safe side.” How hypocrites are we if we are thinking like this! We’re not only violating the “anti-discrimination and anti-favoritism law when it comes to our relationship with our fellow believers and non-believers in Christ. Apostle Paul explained in James 2:1-12 the topic about “Favoritism Forbidden”. As he emphasized in verse 8 and 9, “If you really keep the royal law found in Scripture, “Love your neighbor as yourself, you are doing right but if you show favoritism, you sin and are convicted by the law as lawbreakers.” Let us be reminded that our neighbors are not only those who are law-abiding citizens but also those who are not. And whether we like it or not, we can’t pick or choose our neighbors. We can’t say, “Oh I don’t want them to become my neighbors because they’re not pleasing, not friendly and not kind to me.” Remember the story of a Good Samaritan.

Vain glory associates with hypocrisy, self-righteousness, self-seeking, boastful and pride spirits. It also includes condemning and judgmental spirits.

Why do I have the burden to come up with this topic? Simply because, most Christians are unaware that they have this kind of spirit. We’re too focused of becoming holy explicitly not implicitly. Most churches do have church-going members who are unaware that they are demonically oppressed. However, church leaders don’t know how to deal with it because they look plain to them. So these leaders will just conclude that there’s nothing wrong with their members.

7 Capital sins  :Pride- Lucifer, anger- Satan, envy – Leviathan, avarice – Mammon, vanity/ sloth – Belphegor, gluttony – Beelzebub and lust and perversion – Incubi and Succubi

We’re used to the seven capital sins as major deadly sins. We’re too focused to them but are ignorant that little sin is still a sin. It’s the same as white lie is still a lie.

We must know who our enemies are. Our enemies are not our brothers, not our sisters, not our parents, not our kids… Ephesians 6:12 says, “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.” <READ further: Eph 6:10-20>

Lucifer was thrown into the lake of fire through eternity because of his pride. We must not be like him because we are created in the image and likeness of God. We are inheritants of His promise to be with Him in heaven through eternity, not in hell because hell was created for falling angels who disobeyed our almighty God.

What to do:  We must counterfeit the spirit of pride with the spirit of humility. Our best example of humility is our Lord Jesus Christ who died on the cross, though he’s innocent, in order to pay the wages of our sins.  “For the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life.” (Romans 6:23) God don’t want us to suffer from eternal damnation so He sent His only Son Jesus Christ because of His great love for us. <READ Colossians 2:14>

Humility is not necessarily doing what exactly Jesus Christ did of dying for our sins on the cross. So you don’t have to physically inflict pain on yourself or nail yourself on the cross just to minimize your sins because it only takes an innocent blood without stain and blemish who could wash away all our sins. None of us have that kind of blood, not even the animals offered as sin offering in the Old Testament…no one but only Jesus’ blood is clean, pure, without stain and blemish. 1 Peter 1:18-19 says, “For you know that it was not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed from the empty way of life handed down to you from your forefathers, but with precious blood of Christ, a lamb without blemish or defect.”

Humility is admitting that we are sinners and without Jesus Christ as our personal savior we can do nothing.

Humility is reporting to our captain that we’re done with our tasks and say, “We’re just doing our work so we don’t deserve applause.”

1 Peter 5:5 says, “…God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.”

All the glory belongs to our Lord Jesus Christ, not to us. We don’t even have the claim to His glory, not even sharing it to ourselves for we are only filthy rugs-servants of God. We’re only empty vessels used by Him so that His works will be accomplished to His people. Bond-servants obey without questioning. They don’t have the right to say “no” to the command or put on limits to their obedience neither put on terms on when, where or how to obey. They don’t have the right to retire or resign from their duty. They don’t have the right to demand wages or incentives. They will serve their master all throughout their lives. See the humility the bond servants have. According to Neville Johnson, the only passport to enter heaven is the bond-servant relationship with the Lord. Are you serving the Lord? If you are, then what kind of servant are you?

Finally, I wanted to share this video entitled “Christians Who Ended up in Hell Because of Willful Sin thought they were going to Holy Heaven”.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxCFIjLsHU0

 This is about a particular minister of God about his travel-experience in hell. He said that God gave him the chance to let him know and for him to share to others that He is not the God of liars, fornicators, adulterers, murderers, proud…This minister’s supposed to be in hell because he have the spirit of “vain glory” since he undermined and belittled his pastor. He thought he had done lots of mighty works (wonders and miracles) than his pastor in his ministry.

God is our rescuer and redeemer. He’s a God of chances. If He would have not let me watch that testimony of him, I possibly would have developed vain glory against the pastor who used to disciple me. And I was wrong…so wrong to think that there’s nothing wrong with that. Who are we to brag about the gifts God gave when in fact He is just being so gracious for giving us such whether we deserve it or not. It’s not about us being so special among others. It’s about how fair Jesus is. It’s about how loving and merciful He is for choosing and calling us…back to Him.

Although we think we are living a holy life in this world but still failed to a single aspect of purity in God’s sight, like for instance, we’re not able to forgive someone before we die, so we’ll still end up in the flame of hell. While alive, we still have the chance to repent and be forgiven. Repentance is a daily basis. It can’t be done in a single or 2-minutes professional prayer like what we usually do when we pray before we eat. You have to tear your heart and cry out to the Lord.

Revelation 21:27 says, “Nothing impure will ever enter it, nor will anyone who does what is shameful or deceitful, but only those whose names are written in the Lamb’s book of life.”

Vain glory is just one of the impurities we have to deal with and asked the Lord to wash away with.

Since most of us Christians don’t know who our enemies are, not fully equipped with the armor of God and we’re always on the defense instead of the offense, we must at least know our enemies’ tactics. John 10:10 says, “The thief does not come except to steal and to kill, and to destroy…” Everything nowadays becomes ‘hi-tech’ so does our battle. We know that servants of God like apostles, pastors, evangelists, teachers, prophets, missionaries are labeled as FAVORITE in our enemy, the devil’s ATTACK list. So we must always pray for them. Let’s not let our enemy took advantage of the breaches or the holes on our walls. We must be upgraded with our tactics to fight against our enemies because in the spiritual realms, there is a constant battle happening that directly affects our physical realms.

True intercession or spiritual warfare could be done even if you’re alone provided that your heart and mind/soul are one, been united. Then that’s the time the Holy Spirit of God took hold of you tightly and together you’ll pray with the Holy Spirit interceding for you with groaning that words can’t utter. Romans 8:26-27 says, “In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express. And He who searches our hearts knows the mind of the Spirit, because the Spirit intercedes for the saints in accordance with God’s will.”

Friends, let’s not lose heart because we’re on the winning side. In Hebrews 13: 5-6 “God said, ‘Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you.’ So we say with confidence, ‘The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. What can man do to me?” <READ further in Revelation 20:1-10 about Satan’s doom >

To God be the glory!

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