Several Sunday’s ago in church and during worship, I saw in the spirit a very large curtain. It was what the Bible calls, a veil and as I watched, I saw it being opened. This large, thick veil was before the throne of God. I saw it pulled open wide and then fastened back, as it were, so it would stay open and not close. It stood out to me that the Lord wanted me to specifically see that He had made sure the veil would always remain open to His children. And once the veil was forever open because of the blood of Jesus, there was the throne and the One who sat upon it was the great God Jehovah in all of His glory. As I continued to see this in the spirit, I heard the Lord say:
“Many of My people have desired to come closer to Me but they haven’t been sure they could get behind the veil. My children, know that I desire for you to come closer to Me more than you desire to. Do come near and don’t be afraid for I’ve cleared the way for you to be as close to Me as you want to be.
There is no limit to my love and grace toward you. The only limits are the one’s that you place upon Me and upon yourself. Limits that keep you from the full benefits of My grace and glory. Children, take the limits of unbelief off and come closer into My presence where I have much to share with you from My heart.
The veil has been torn in two through Jesus, My beloved Son. When He cried with a loud voice, ‘It is finished,’ free access to Me was created. I Am a consuming fire but no longer do you have to stand afar off from Me. Now you can ‘Come boldly to My throne of grace.’ (Heb.4:16). Many of you have desired to see Me more clearly but your view of Me has been obstructed by the many layers of veil’s over your spiritual eyes.
Remove those veils of unbelief and allow My Spirit to reveal truth to you. Truth that I love you, and I long for you to run into My embrace. Run, My children, run! Don‘t hesitate in wonder but run into the security of My love and grace.”
These are veil’s of unbelief. That is, believing you can’t come near to God because you’ve been told by the enemy that He’s mad at you. Or you’ve believed that you have to get more perfect before you can even attempt to come one inch closer to God. Can I tell you that there is absolutely nothing you can do to make “you” any more acceptable to God than you already are through the blood of Jesus? (Eph.1:6). When God extends and invitation to you, it means, come as you are and He’ll take care of the rest. Just, “Come.” Your heavenly Father is not mad at you. He loves you unconditionally and He so desires your fellowship.