I was taken to Wisdom’s Heights, asking for Wisdom and Understanding, when I saw a vision of a pomegranate, breaking open.
I understood by revelation that this is speaking of the treasures and mysteries of wisdom that are opened up as we ask for and pursue Wisdom.
Wisdom is hidden in the form of secrets and mysteries and we are told to call out to God for the revelation of it (Jer.33:3).
Each of the seeds of the pomegranate is like a treasure of wisdom to be eaten and absorbed into our spirit to bring forth the understanding and knowledge of Christ in which we will be established as we feed on it, bearing much fruit.
Sitting in silence of the early morning. My heart reflecting the still waters of the pond in front of me, mirroring the tree trunks like silent statues. Reminding me of oaks of righteousness, planted by the river of living waters. Aww! He is talking about my meditation before Him.
My eye catches the light on a spider’s string, seemingly suspended in mid-air, it’s silken thread vibrating with rainbow colors in the slight breeze. I marvel at the immense wisdom of Elohim, the Creator of heaven and earth, having His eye on the sparrow, the lilies of the field and a little spider showing off His creative genius. How much more does He value His children!
My heart overflows in exuberant praise, mixed with tongues flowing from my belly in living streams as His presence washes over me. How good is our God! How mighty! How praiseworthy! How generous in His love – inspiring me to be generous with the provision He has given me! Generous in love, grace, mercy, lovingkindness, encouragement, uplifting, practical help in the needs of others in whichever form.
When pondering on the markers in our lives where God has tangibly manifested Himself to us, we cannot help but stand in awe! Awe of His grace, His faithfulness and His miracle power.
These markers are not only faith builders, but they are monuments of His everlasting love to us.
The glorious thing is that when we recall His wondrous works and share our testimonies in awe of His goodness and grace, He also writes it in His book of remembrance.
“Then those who feared the Lord spoke with one another. The Lord paid attention and heard them, and a book of remembrance was written before him of those who feared the Lord and esteemed his name. 17 “They shall be mine, says the Lord of hosts, in the day when I make up my treasured possession, and I will spare them as a man spares his son who serves him. 18 Then once more you shall see the distinction between the righteous and the wicked, between one who serves God and one who does not serve him.”