As I was in worship today the Lord gave me a vision as He released the sound of His Light. As the vision began I thought I was the central character in the vision but I seemed to be observing and partaking at the same time. A young maiden was awaking from a deep sleep. As she arose the first thing that she noticed was that she was wearing a shiny white gown. She looked down on it and touched it in adoration of its beauty as though she could not believe that she was the one wearing it and more so because she realized that it was hers. She did not know where it had come from she just knew it was not what she was wearing when she had fallen asleep. As she sat up in bed her eyes were drawn to the brightness of the sun that shone through an open window once closed by dark and worn wooden shutters. The light that shone from the window was almost blinding, but she found herself drawn to it. The room where she once slept was dark and damp and she longed for the warmth of the light that was bursting through the open window. As she reached out and drew near to the warmth of the light of the window she realized that someone stood on the other side. Her first thought was He must be the possessor of the light, He must be the Light. Though she could not see a person standing there she strongly felt Him in the warmth of the Light. As she drew even nearer to the Light she realized it was the Son that was shining through her window. She was compelled through the darkness by the sound of His voice, “I have been waiting for you. I threw your shutters open long ago but the darkness that surrounded you kept you in a deep sleep. Now the Light has penetrated the darkness. So arise and shine for your light has come. Let My light refresh and renew you, let it restore your hope and your strength. Let it heal you. The Light is like medicine that restores and renews. Come away My beloved let us dance together in green pastures, let us ascend to the hill tops where you can bask in the glory of the Son.”
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