How Do I Discern Other’s Experiences?

I asked the Lord why some of the people I know see different in the spirit. The Lord reminded me of some of my early experiences when I was not fully awakened, where He appeared different than He does now. Our mind builds a framework, or visionary place for us before we actually go to Him. It prepares us for a full experience. It is nothing to be concerned about when I hear of people seeing different things. What is a concern, is when it is not consistent with God’s laws. The Lord told me to always consider the fruit. How do you feel around them? Are they edifying others, or are they setting themselves up as a light and creating confusion or contention? This is how I can see. But it is always good to seek, by revelation, a final confirmation. There have been times where I was wrong about people.

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New Book – A Witness of the Heavenly Realm

If you have not read the first book “How to Have Your Second Comforter” please do not read this new book. The information contained here contains mysteries that will not be helpful for the reader who struggles with the principles contained in the first book. If you have read the first book and are comfortable, this volume will be sweet to the taste, and help in the process of coming to the Lord. Everything unfolds when you begin to see with an eye of faith.

The link below is for this new book. The first book is only available through the publisher. I do not make any profit on that book, and it is not available in the PDF format.

https://purerevelations.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/the-heavenly-realm-2-04-08-2017.pdf

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New Addition to the Book

The Lord showed me something new from His life which I added to the text of the book, “A Witness of the Life of Christ.” I was shown some of the details regarding the young rich man, which is written about in Matthew 19:16-26.

Page 30 of the book has the new edit.

https://purerevelations.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/the-life-of-christ-04-02-2017.pdf

 

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Another Word For Grace

Repentance and suffering are two different things. Repentance is about the heart and turning our focus to God. Suffering is the body or soul; the law of sacrifice (Giving our comfort and even our lives over to God). It is by grace that we suffer and refine our spirits in progression, lifting others as we lift ourselves. This is part of having a broken heart and contrite spirit. Jesus was the perfect of example of this.

11 And I, John, bear record that I beheld his glory, as the glory of the Only Begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth, even the Spirit of truth, which came and dwelt in the flesh, and dwelt among us.
12 And I, John, saw that he received not of the fulness at the first, but received grace for grace;
13 And he received not of the fulness at first, but continued from grace to grace, until he received a fulness; (D&C 93)

Grace is another word for glory.

As we ascend from one estate to another more glory is added upon us until the fullness is given. We grow “grace for grace.” This glory, or light, or knowledge, or gift, or endowment, is how we receive our exaltation. Praise God for His everlasting mercy!

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The Everlasting Covenant

Lord gave me the following, face to face, November 23, 2016

I then asked the meaning of the scripture, which was given by Nephi to Joseph when he visited him in the old cabin of the Smith Farm. He said, “And he shall plant in the hearts of the children the promises made to the fathers, and the hearts of the children shall return to their fathers, if it were not so, the whole earth would be utterly wasted at his coming.”

The Lord said the “promises” were the everlasting covenant, which the ancient Fathers sought so that they could walk with God and establish Zion. Today, the children, or this young generation has this desire planted in their hearts, to establish Zion before His coming, otherwise the earth would be wasted and without purpose at His glorious coming. I was deeply grateful for this explanation.

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