Does the Lord reserve special locations where He commands “the blessing”?

Psalm 133 suggests that He does:

1. Behold, how good and how pleasant it is For brothers to dwell together in unity!

2. It is like the precious oil upon the head, Coming down upon the beard, Even Aaron’s beard, Coming down upon the edge of his robes.

3. It is like the dew of Hermon Coming down upon the mountains of Zion; For there the LORD commanded the blessing – life forever.

I am sure there are many such locations throughout the world. Prayer Mountain is but one of these.

JULY 28, 2006 – Friday

Oil was pouring down off the trees and onto the open areas of the top of the ridge.

The Lord spoke to me: “Stand in it.” I got up and left the gazebo and walked down to the area where the tiny angels had burst forth, (shown this month in the Angel section.) “Here,” He continued, “I have commanded the blessing.”

The oil was about ankle deep and golden in color. But when I walked around in the oil, a thicker and different substance appeared beneath my feet and crept up the sides of my shoes.

The Lord spoke, “Your steps are bathed in butter.”

Immediately, I got Albert to come out of the gazebo and walk around in the oil and butter. I wanted his steps to be bathed in butter also.

When we returned to the gazebo the Lord said: “I have commanded a fortress to be built here, (look at the wall of the fortress under Angels, December 2016 ) in order to protect this chosen area from the enemy – so that My children will be able to meet with Me here and receive the fullness of the blessing I intend for each. When built, the walls will deflect the glance of the enemy. Their glance will bounce off its surface and cause them (the enemy) to divert their gaze. The followers of the fallen cherub will look elsewhere.”

Glance: Webster’s Living dictionary: “To look quickly or briefly; as to glance at or over something; to allude to obliquely or in passing.”

The reason I included the Webster’s Dictionary definition of the word “glance” is that I think the word is important to the understanding of the words that were spoken. It seems that the wall is not exactly invisible in the spiritual realm (as we think of invisible) but more like a non-stick skillet or perhaps like a stealth bomber. It seems (and I could be wrong about all of this, you know) that the walls deflect the enemy’s brief look in their direction – thereby appearing invisible. Some spiritual entity glancing in the fortress’ direction would not allow its eyes to stop and actually gaze intently at the fortress. It would pass it by. This, it seems, would not preclude the enemy knowing where to look when assigned to hinder the Lord’s work in the area. In that case, they would give more than a glance towards the ridge.

Job 29:6 seemed even more accurate when I looked it up. It says: “When my steps were bathed in butter, And the rock poured out for me streams of oil!”

I had never noticed that oil and butter were together in this verse – which was the case up on the ridge today.

Albert felt moved upon to look up COME YE THANKFUL PEOPLE, COME – number 222 in the hymnal he brought to the ridge. We sang verses 1 and 4. Here they are:

Come, ye thankful people, come
Raise the song of harvest home;
All is safely gathered in
Ere the winter storms begin.
God our maker doth provide
For our wants to be supplied:
Come to God’s own temple come,
Raise the song of harvest home.

Even so, Lord quickly come,
To thy final harvest home;
Gather Thou Thy people in,
Free from sorrow, free from sin.
There, forever purified,
In Thy presence to abide:
Come, with all Thine angels, come,
Raise the glorious harvest home.