Hello, Brothers, Sisters, and Heartdwellers family. The Lord began to place upon my heart that it was time again to ordain more priests and raise up bishops. I was so excited for our group to see whom the Lord had called up higher, or should I say, lower, to serve. We discerned and I shared with those the Lord was calling to the priesthood and to my surprise some were very hesitant and not interested.
I know the priesthood is a calling from the Lord and cannot and should not be forced on anyone, but I couldn’t help my heart aching a little bit for Jesus. The priesthood is the ultimate intimate union any soul can have. It can be likened to the Wedding Feast of the Lamb with His bride, but here on earth. You become so united with your beloved God that you become Him, and He becomes you, as a priest. Living His life here on this earth in the most intimate, unique yet most powerful way on the earth and you say no to His proposal. It has to sting in Jesus’ heart a bit, but He understands why and is oh so patient with each soul, especially those He calls to enter into the Holy of Holies as His priests.
During prayer, the Lord began to play songs that were just wooing me with His love. Every song, every lyric, was so comforting, reassuring of His love and His friendship and His need for my love.
I saw Him before me, and we embraced. He held me tightly as I rested my head on His chest. I woke up feeling so exhausted physically knowing it was a cross He wanted me to carry. Being in His arms I just wanted to stay there and not to, rest there, so I did. The next song playing was called, Consuming Fire, and the lyrics said, “burn within”. Jesus and I held each other tenderly. I had a knowing that exchange was going on.
I felt He was sharing with me that any time He holds a soul in an embrace an exchange happens. As we were now chest to chest holding one another, I could see He was inflaming my heart. There was a fire transferring from His heart now into mine. The next song began called, Fountain, and the lyrics were saying, that I am a fountain that will never run dry because I am in Christ. I began to realize our embrace was turning into us becoming one. So many things were happening in my soul as the Lord was pouring within me anointing, graces and I was literally inside of Him and He in me. We were one.
As the following song began the lyrics were about the veil being torn and now the scene changed. I was in the tabernacle in Jerusalem during the time of the apostles. I was inside the temple near the Holy of Holies, and I saw a thin white veil-like curtain that separated me from that place. I saw Jesus before the Ark of the Covenant, He had an ephod on and a priestly hat. An ephod is an apron-like garment worn by the Jewish high priests. It is gold, blue, purple, and scarlet yarn of finely twisted linen. It contained 12 stones to represent the 12 stones from Aaron’s breastplate signifying the 12 tribes of Israel. The first row of precious stones was ruby, chrysolite, and beryl. The second row was turquoise, sapphire, and emerald and the third row was jacinth, agate, and amethyst and the fourth row was topaz, onyx, and jasper. (Exodus 39:8-14). He smiled at me and beckoned for me to enter into the Holy of Holies.
The veil then separated on its own like a curtain being drawn and I walked forward toward Jesus before the Ark of the Covenant. There were hot coals and incense rising as Jesus held the incensor. I then knelt down, and Jesus took one of the burning hot coals, I opened my mouth and he placed it on my tongue. Surprisingly it didn’t burn me, and it was red hot, He then said, “Consume it.” It reminded me of the experience Isaiah had before the throne of God
In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord, high and exalted, seated on a throne; and the train of his robe filled the temple. 2 Above him were seraphim, each with six wings: With two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and with two they were flying. 3 And they were calling to one another:
“Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty; the whole earth is full of his glory.”
At the sound of their voices the doorposts and thresholds shook, and the temple was filled with smoke.
“Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.”
Then one of the seraphim flew to me with a live coal in his hand, which he had taken with tongs from the altar. With it he touched my mouth and said, “See, this has touched your lips; your guilt is taken away and your sin atoned for.” —Isaiah 6:1-7
I consumed the coal and it melted in my mouth like cotton candy. I then extended my tongue out again and realized the coal was still there, but now it was black as if it had never been burned and Jesus took it from my mouth and put it back on the altar. He then gently pulled me up to my feet. I now realized I was wearing an ephod and priestly hat as well. He took my hand holding it up as a bridegroom would hold his wife’s hand up at a wedding and then He brought me to stand opposite Him before the Ark of the Covenant.
We. Both began to pray, bowing back and forth speaking into the Ark, as the incense surrounded us. Surprisingly we were speaking Arabic, we continued to bow towards the Ark continuously as we were praying together. He then took Holy water and sprinkled the Ark and myself. Then He took his nailed pierced hands and held them tightly together in a fist and one drop of blood from each hand fell onto the mercy seat. It brought tears to my eyes. He grabbed my hands and brought me around to His side, upon doing that in an instant we became so small, like tiny people now standing in the Ark of the covenant with the hot coals seemingly looking like large boulders before us.
He smiled at me, took my hands beckoned for me to follow Him as we stepped on the hot coals we were not burned. Then he [lay] down and drew me to himself, as I [lay] down with him. He held me tightly in His arms as my face was buried in his chest. I knew we were both burning yet there was no pain and the smoke rising from our burning smelled so sweet. A fragrant offering, another incense before the Lord and the scripture came to my mind
And so, dear brothers and sisters, I plead with you to give your bodies to God because of all he has done for you. Let them be a living and holy sacrifice—the kind he will find acceptable. This is truly the way to worship him.
“I need you, I need you My beloved bride, and all those I have called to the priesthood. I need you. You were not called because of your worthiness, your righteousness, or your knowledge you were called because you carry My heart, you love Me, and have asked to love Me more. What better priest than My bride who knows Me, who dwells with Me, and who is all Mine. That makes for the best servant, priest, and shepherd.
True priesthood is service to God and friendship with Me in the most intimate way. It is a life laid down at the altar daily where you burn with the sweet fragrance of long-suffering, of patience, endurance, of persecution, trials, and great consolation with Me. Where you burn with the fragrance of prayer, intercession, and supplication, you will never look more beautiful than when you step up to the altar during Holy Communion to offer Me yourself as a victim holocaust for the salvation of souls, for mankind, for My church and for the world.”
My beloved brides do not hesitate at this call or better yet grieve me with your resistance, your doubt and most of all your rejection of My love. To be a priest is the highest honor any soul can be given in My Kingdom for you mirror that of your High Priest, your spouse, and your God. Every faculty and every gift given to the first apostles is now passed down to you to bring the rest of My church into the Holy of Holies to become My bride. You bring life to your fellow priest with your prayers, with your devotion and with your sacrifice.
It’s not about what you know or even understand. I took poor fisherman, a tax collector, a physician, loose women with no education, clout, or status of a life of religion and made them My gatekeepers, teachers, and priests to the mysteries of the Kingdom of God to reveal to the world and they did. And now I desire to pass that mantle unto you because I have found you to be worthy in My eyes. Although the world will scoff at you and you will not be accepted by many church institutions, you were called to this before the foundation of the world.
Each of you predestined for this role, this is your inheritance. Do not be like Esau and swap your birthright for a bowl of stew. The stew of the world, the stew of your own self will, and the stew of the enemy’s lies that are hindering you from taking this step. I need you my beloved ones, I need you so desperately. I believe in you, and I am counting on you.
Go deeper with Me, embrace Me, give Me your life lying next to Me at the altar burning beautifully as you approach My mercy daily for the sake of others and to make reparations for your own sins as well. The world needs you, souls need you and My church needs you. I am deliberate in all I do and in all whom I choose, and I have chosen you to be my priestly bride. Will you respond? My hands are extended — I welcome you now into the Holy of Holies, to pray with Me, to worship there with Me and to offer Me before the Father for the sake of the world as you offer yourself to be united to My passion as a living sacrifice daily to draw all men to Me.”
That was the end of Jesus’ message.
We now have ordained seven new Heartdwellers Ghana Bishops and three Priests. They all responded to the call, we praise God! God bless you family until the next message!