Heavenly Encounters Series Episode 5 – The Bride’s Throne
In the series Heavenly Encounters, I will be sharing some of my personal Thru the Dalet experiences, such as, spending time with the Father, sitting with Jesus, angelic visitations, visiting the heavenly realm and encounters with the cloud of witnesses. I pray you are blessed.
In this episode Betty continues to discuss heavenly experiences and the angelic realm.
We live in a day when hearing about spiritual experiences is much more prevalent that it was just ten years ago. More and more people every day are experiencing some kind of spiritual encounter with God. It’s as if heaven is more accessible than ever before. Angelic visitations, spiritual impartation, revelation and interactive experiences have been on the increase for the past twenty years. I believe these types of experiences are accelerating as we approach not only a new move of God in the earth but something that will surpass what was experienced by the apostles as recorded in the New Testament.
Through revelatory experiences, such as I share in this series, have altered by understanding of God, His kingdom and what He intends to do in the earth. These experiences were replete with revelation, impartation and equipping in a way that no earthly experience alone could impart. I look forward to not only sharing my experience but fully expect Holy Spirit to accompany these sessions with God’s glorious presence and invitation to step through the door standing open in heaven.
Blessed be God, the Father of our Lord Jesus the Anointed One, who grants us every spiritual blessing in these heavenly realms where we live in the Anointed—not because of anything we have done, but because of what He has done for us. God chose us to be in a relationship with Him even before He laid out plans for this world; He wanted us to live holy lives characterized by love, free from sin, and blameless before Him. He destined us to be adopted as His children through the covenant Jesus the Anointed inaugurated in His sacrificial life. This was His pleasure and His will for us. Ultimately God is the one worthy of praise for showing us His grace; He is merciful and marvelous, freely giving us these gifts in His Beloved.Ephesians 1:3-6 The Voice