To Him/Her Who Overcomes
I had a dream 09/21/2014 just before waking. In the dream I could see Jesus, from the neck down, seated on His throne in the City of God in Heaven. He was moved over to one side of His throne so that room had been made for someone else to join Him.
To the one who is victorious, I will give the right to sit with me on my throne, just as I was victorious and sat down with my Father on his throne. (Rev 3:21)
The Lord said to me in the dream that I must overcome, I know, however, that this is spoken to more than just me. The road is about to get really bumpy and if we are to overcome we must keep our eyes on Him. This promise is given to a lukewarm church, influenced by the wealth of the world and one that is highly opinionated. The very name, “Laodicea”, comes from 2 Greek words Laos meaning people and where we get our English word laity from and diocea which means opinion or judgement. The 2 words together means judgment of the people or peoples opinions. We have over 35,000 denominations today based on peoples personal opinions and interpretation of Scripture. Jesus sees one church, Laodicea. He stands at the door and knocks waiting to be allowed into His church.