Our Place in Heaven Now

Concerning those disciples who had followed Jesus on earth, He said: “If I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself, that where I am, there you may be also” (John 14:3). In verse 2, Jesus had said, “In My Father’s house [His Being in Heaven] are many dwelling places.”

The places that Jesus would be preparing for these disciples were within His Father, where the Son makes His home and where their inner person of Spirit and heart has been abiding since they received Christ on earth. We know this because John 1:18 says that the Son is “in the bosom of the Father,” which means that Jesus’ heavenly abode is within the Father’s heart. Though the Son travels widely, He returns to His Father’s heart as His home. In John 17:24, Jesus prays to His Father, “Father, I desire that they also, whom You have given Me, be with Me where I am, so that they may see My glory…” which is the radiance of the Father’s goodness in the Son. Continue reading

Our New Life with Christ in God


“For [the old] you have died [with Christ on His cross] and your [new] life is hidden with Christ in God” (Col. 3:3).

Jesus takes our place on earth so that we may share His place in the Father in Heaven (John 15:4-7).


Just how are we born again? We are born again when we not only believe the ministry of the Holy Spirit (who reveals the truth of the scriptures about the Son of God); but also repent of our sins, and ask Christ Jesus to forgive us and to come into our hearts and be our life. Amazing.

Our Heavenly Father hears us and commissions the Holy Spirit to implant the Son’s spirit and His spiritual heart [the seat of character] into the new inner person within the believer on earth. (1 Cor. 3:6-7 & Eph. 3:16-19.)

This implantation of Jesus’ spirit and new heart revives the new believer’s comatose spirit and replaces the believer’s old heart that is dead toward God (Eze. 36:26-27).

The Lord states in Ezekiel what He will do and how He will do it.

Ezekiel 36:25: “Then I will sprinkle clean water on you, and you will be clean; I will cleanse you from all your filthiness and from all your idols.” 26 Moreover, I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; and I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh. 27 “I will put My Spirit within you and cause you to walk in My statutes, and you will be careful to observe My ordinances. Continue reading

Our Father – Part II

We will continue the revelation of God our Father as revealed on earth through Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.


“…The Lord [GOD] used to speak to Moses face to face, just as a man speaks to his friend…” (Ex. 33:11).

Their fellowship was so intimate that God “…Came down in a pillar of cloud and stood at the doorway of the tent, and He called Aaron and Miriam. When they had both come forward,

6 He said,
‘Hear now My words:
If there is a prophet among you,
I, the LORD, shall make Myself known to him in a vision.
I shall speak with him in a dream.

7 Not so, with My servant Moses,
He is faithful in all My household;

8 With him I speak mouth to mouth,
Even openly, and not in dark sayings,
And he beholds the form of the LORD’” (Num. 12:5-8).

The Hebrew word for “Lord” in the Old Testament is “Yahweh,” God the Father’s proper name. The Hebrew word for “God” is “Elohim.” Continue reading

Our Father – Part I

There is an eternal gospel that is being proclaimed in these latter days of this present earth, John the apostle said, “And I saw another angel flying in midheaven, having an eternal gospel to preach to those who live on the earth, and to every nation and tribe and tongue and people; and he said with a loud voice, ‘Fear God, and give Him glory, because the hour of His judgment has come; worship Him who made the heaven and the earth and sea and springs of waters’” (Rev. 14:6-7).

The eternal gospel is one that will be declared forever also on the new Earth joined to the new Heaven (Rev. 21:1-4).


All of the “goodness” we know, is about our Father God, for He alone of the Holy Trinity has been revealed to mankind on earth. The Son of God and the Holy Spirit have always made known the Father rather than themselves. Jesus said, “…No one knows who the Son is except the Father, and who the Father is except the Son, and anyone to whom the Son wills to reveal Him” (Luke 10:22).

“But when He, the [Holy] Spirit of truth, comes, He will guide you into all the truth; for He will not speak on His own initiative, but whatever He hears, He will speak; and He will disclose to you what is to come” (John 16:13).

Therefore, there is only one disclosure of the three divine Persons of the Trinity on the present earth, and that is of the Father alone. All the goodness in the love that Jesus manifests on the earth and in the centuries that followed, were of the Father Himself. Continue reading

The Second Revelation

Once in Moravian Falls, the second revelation given to me concerned prayer and the angels stationed here. It also showed angels from far and wide coming to carry prayer to those in need.

VISION: 1997

Moravian Falls, NC (Friday AM)

As I prayed this morning, the angelic beings here on this mountain began to congregate and circle the cabin. Continue reading

December 2018 – The Merry-Go-Round


The second most common and often the earliest of the revelations is of riding a White Horse.

Bob Jones would say that the “white horse” symbolized a new move of the Holy Spirit – (I suppose that can be personal as well as national or international.) Always, it is the Holy Spirit revealing the Lord Jesus.


This revelation showed the prophetic trajectory of my future life. I only understood this as I looked back at the vision. A couple of months after “breaking through” as Bob Jones called it the Lord was plainly showing me how I would serve Him from then on and my relationship to Him and with Him.

VISION FEBRUARY 20, 1995 Continue reading

Notes on the Wheel of Fire

The Wheel of Fire – Side Notes

The ring of gold represents being wed to Christ. The ring of fire is a symbol of the process of sanctification that includes sharing Christ’s sufferings (Phil. 3:10). Not all Christians want to participate in this aspect of union with Him.

The first biblical example of calamus meaning moral uprightness was God saying, “Do what is right in His [God’s] sight” (Exod. 15:26).

In the Song of Solomon, cinnamon grows in the locked garden that Jesus calls “my sister, my bride” (Song of Sol. 4:12-14). Continue reading

A Different Way of Healing

In each of the sections: Angels, Personal and Teaching, I am showing you three different means used by our great God for healing. Our Lord is miraculous and so are His ways.


This experience occurred only two months after the heavens opened for me. Therefore, it is a “young” revelation. You will be able to see the growth in one year of recording the revelations. The longer you exercise a gift, the greater the growth. The Vale of Promises came about one year after the Lord began to give me these experiences.

Exactly what the angels gave me to eat and drink, I have no idea. But they cured me of the flu.

I am going to show you this revelation right from my journal of February 18, 1995 (which was a Saturday). Continue reading

Receiving A Family Mantle: The Mantle Of Lieutenant General George Perry Rains

The Lord wished me to have a mantle from my own family line. He chose my Great Uncle Doc, this was a name I gave my great uncle while growing up. “Uncle Doc” because he was a doctor.

I was the last baby he delivered. I remember his great generosity to the Baptist Church, of which he was a member – and having Thanksgiving at his home that was a block away from the home I grew up in.

He and his wife, my great aunt, had no children but were exceedingly kind to all of the children in our family. I remember well that he gave a whole, large building to the First Baptist Church in my home town.

His doctor’s office was over a building right down town. This made it possible for people at work in the town to drop in for an appointment. Amazingly, he never charged for these appointments. A receptionist was near the entrance. If you wished to pay something for his medical services, you could give a little something to that receptionist. He had a generous heart towards all people.

He and my grandfather, his brother, were two of the quietest and kindest men I have ever known. Since he had no children, the Lord was kind enough to pass his mantle to me… for which I am truly grateful.

(1872 – 1955)

This description is from the Historical Archives of Texas.

George Perry Rains, physician and soldier, son of Mercer and Nancy Texas Rains, was born in Marshall, Texas on September 18, 1872. He received his early education at Mrs. Maulding’s Private School and at Marvin Chapel. He subsequently attended the University of Texas, where he received his A.B. degree in 1891 and his M.D. in 1895. After an internship at John Sealy Hospital in Galveston, he studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and received a second M.D. degree in 1897. He returned to Marshall and served for a time as a surgeon at Texas and Pacific Hospital before entering private practice. On April 26, 1899, he married Norma Pitts. On December 31, 1890, Rains enlisted as a private in the Marshall Light Infantry. He served on the Mexican border in the years before World War I.

In 1917 before America entered the First World War, a secret communiqué from the German government to the Mexican government was intercepted and decoded, then read on the floor of the United States Congress. In it the German government pledged to the Mexican government to give them Texas if Mexico would invade Texas. After the decoded message was read on the floor of Congress, a vote was taken to go to war with Germany. General Rains was a commanding officer on the Texas/Mexican border. It was said that he rode a white horse while commanding the troops.

In that war, he was a colonel in the Third Texas Infantry, the commanding officer in the Thirty-sixth Military Police, and commanding officer in the Sixty-first Pioneer Infantry.

He was commanding officer at Camp Sheridan, Alabama from February to April 1919. He subsequently was in command of the 144th Infantry Regiment, the Seventy-second Infantry Brigade and the Thirty-sixth Infantry Division. On September 1, 1936 he retired from the National Guard with the rank of lieutenant general and was made honorary life president of the Thirty-sixth Division. He served as the chairman of the board of Marshall National Bank, vice president of Memorial Hospital Board, trustee of East Texas Baptist College and director of Marshall and Sabine Railroad. He was an honorary member of the Texas Medical Association, a member of the Military Surgeons Association, and a director of Kahn Memorial Hospital and the Harrison County Red Cross. In 1937 he was president of Harrison County Medical Society. He was a member of the Marshall City Commission and the Rotary Club. He was a deacon of the 1st Baptist Church of Marshall. He died in Marshall on September 19, 1955, and was buried at Greenwood Cemetery. In 1970 the Texas Historical Commission placed a marker at his grave.

Please go to the Personal Section.
September 2018 Personal Section

Side Two Of The Father’s Mantle

Mantle # 4

(Continued from the Angel Section.)

Suddenly, the angels turned the robe inside out – there displaying another garment entirely. The Father’s mantle was double. This side was a drab camel skin – probably as John the Baptist wore in the desert.

I was helped into the double mantle. This drab cloak completely covered everything I was wearing. The cloak left me looking like a wandering vagrant. (It is funny what you think about in times like these. I found myself grateful that the skins did not smell like goat.)

At first, I thought it strange that the ruler of the universe would wear such a drab garment. Then it came to me that our Heavenly Father was as Jesus showed Him to be – humble. Of course – of course, I understood not only the reason for wearing it but also, I understood more about my Heavenly Father’s character. This revelation made me even more grateful to be allowed to wear the mantle – honored and blessed really. Our glorious Father was humble and if I wished to draw near to Him, how desperately did I need to put on the humility of Christ.

I asked the Father: “Are those marquee lights still going?”

“Yes,” He answered with a chuckle, “the bulbs are still giving light. The marquees are rolling. Yet they are but a picture of the true light within. The outside now looks like camel’s hair. Study to see who was thus dressed.

Turn to the Personal Section to find out how these particular two mantles have changed the life of one of God’s children.
August 2018 – Personal Section

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