HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div
“The same came therefore to Philip, which was of Bethsaida of Galilee, and desired him, saying, Sir, we would see Jesus.” (John 12:21).
Glory to Him for all the things laid up for us in the days to come. Glory to Him for all the visions of service in the future; the opportunities of doing good that is far away as well as close at hand. Glory to God for bringing us out into another year for service to You Lord. So many things we can be worthy of in these last hours.
Our Saviour was able to despise the cross for the joy that was before Him. Let us look up to Him, and rise up to Him till we get on high and are able to look out from the mount of vision over all the land of far distances. There shall not a single thing come to us in all the future in which we may not be able to see the King in His beauty. But in all thy ways keep acknowledging the Lord and let Him direct your paths so your eyes will be open to see the visions, for without the people perish. Our problems are too often we run on our feelings and forget our true purpose in the race.
Let us be very sure that we do not see anything else. Our pupils will become impressed as they look at this vision so that they will not be able to reflect anything else. It was that glorious day when Moses knew he was not going into the land of promise, but when his eyes were opened and he beheld the glory of the vision in real-time he was ready to take the next step. Yes, his flight to the great beyond. Enoch walked with God and he was taken, Oh, brethren, when you see that vision you will not want to stay on this earth. We heard of so many testimonies from within and out of this gathering. Will you have a testimony to share or to leave behind.
Many of us are looking at the natural things around us and that is as far as our eyes can see. I want you to look within the spiritual realms. Do you have a third eye? If so, use it for there are better things instore on that happy golden shore. One day we will be going home to be forever with the Lord.
So, if we look a long time upon Jesus we cannot look at anything else without seeing a reflection of Him. Everything which we behold will become a part of Him. Hallelujah