The Morning Star Rising on the First Day

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Repentance Brings Salvation – Even on Judgment Day

In my previous postings I have communicated to you about my severe trauma that landed me in the intensive care unit, dying. I told you about leaving my body and traveling in spirit, through space and time and entered into the Lake of Fire, the place of the second death. I told you how I swam in all of the horror there along with all the other lost soles. I communicated how I was transported to Hell and placed before Satin so that I could experience his extreme hatred of me. I conveyed how I was placed before the Judgment seat of Christ, where I relived my sins. In the past two postings I tell of God’s question for me on the Judgment Seat; “Why should you live?” In this posting I will tell you of my repentance and my bargaining with God on the Judgment Seat. So, with that said, we pick up where we left off.

The Judgment Seat of Christ

I was really desperate now as I knew the focus was back on me. I had to come up with something that would answer God’s question. At first, I blamed my problems on others and waited for a response. Silence was my answer.

Then, I realized that I could not blame others for my poor choices. So I told God that I would change. I pleaded with God, I made a case that if God would provide some things that were missing in my life, that it would make a difference. That was the last thing I remember about being in the gray place.

I awoke the next morning in the intensive care unit where I had been the night before.

Behold, the eye of the LORD is on those who fear Him, on those who hope in His mercy, to deliver their soul from death, and to keep them alive in famine. (Psalm 33:18 – 19)

I had lived through the night by the mercy of God.

For judgment is without mercy to the one who has shown no mercy. Mercy triumphs over judgment. (James 2:13)

Yes, someone had been watching out for me again. Someone had saved me from the greatest tragedy of all. You would think that this time there would be no mistaking that it was God, but at the time I was still blind. I saw all of this as a terrifying dream, one that I did not care to dwell upon, and simply moved on.

But as you will fine in our future postings the devil was not done yet. He had not given up on defeating me and ending my purpose forever. He would attack me over and over again with physical problem and he would make my life miserable until I wised up and turned my life back over to God.

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In our next posting we will communicate why this experience is so important. Until next time, may God’s blessings be upon all of you.

Papa Joe Gordon

Read the truly amazing life story about how the forces of good and evil battle over a man and the vision that God gives him. Joseph W. Gordon’s Possess the Vision (Xulon Press, $12.95, 140 pages, ISBN 1-59781-205-6) tells about the mysterious spiritual experiences that occur throughout his lifetime.

 


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