Living Light

Stirring The Deep

Love of the Heavenly Realm

7 Comments

Love of the Heavenly Realm

Space

The heavenly Father has been greatly misunderstood by the flesh mind; a mind whose perspective sees only in and through death.  Romans 8:6

To know this Magnificent Spirit requires that we seek to listen, learn and engage spirit to spirit; a communion within our souls extending beyond the flesh mind, thus beyond death. The uppermost place we can enter into from our current state is the deepest place within us. Deep within us is the part of us that connects us to the Creator. In there lies the seed of the potential of His perfection in us that has been hidden, buried, and covered in corruption.  It’s a place of communion beyond the flesh exteriors of limitation.

To truly know Him, thus for an authentic union to form between us and Him, we have to desire to become as He is; pure truth and love. 1 Peter 1:15, Ephesians 1:4 He is perfect. We are the ones to be altered. This means a willing undertaking of a great purification of our souls by His Spirit of Truth working in us. This process recreates, alters and eventually transforms us and our reality to reflect His glory; His eternal love. Proverbs 4:18  

The one element we require to enter into this process that purifies us is the compelling Desire to know the perfect love and truth and the harmony they create. Matthew 5:9, Psalm 37:4 To desire to know and BE perfect love is the greatest gift, honor, and worship we can give the Spirit of perfect love. It’s a desire we can’t fulfill without a union to Him; and it’s His desire to create this union in us; for love desires to give love.

The Father is eternal. There is no end to learning of Him. The moment we construct a “religion” around Him we’ve ceased to come to Him as He is; infinite. Religious undertakings can serve as stepping stones we encounter along the way, but to remain confined in and by them (which by their very design they confine the mind) is to cease to seek thus find the eternal supreme divine nature of the Creator. When we diligently seek to know Him as He is without man-made boundaries, we find a growing awareness of His true nature extending beyond all images and anything physical. He is above creation, yet reflected in it as He is the Creator. To know Him we must be willing to go beyond creation; yet learn from creation in whatever manner He chooses to teach us. Psalm 25:12, Psalm 32:8

Our seeking journey entails exploring our existence in order to come to an understanding, as much as we are able, of the character of the heavenly Father, and in this awareness we become a part of Him. I call Him my heavenly Father because one central way I know Him is as my perfect parent; the summation of a Father and Mother; His perfect care, provision, protection, counsel, deliverance, correction, wisdom, longsuffering, mercy, compassion and love are evident in my life. I long for my life to reflect all He is; as a young child longs to be like her loving father and mother. A Father’s/Mother’s love is a complex and beautiful love entailing many lessons in the nature of love. Calling Him Father reflects these characteristics I’ve learned from Him about Him. Yet in calling Him my Father, I know He is far beyond my understanding. I continue to seek Him as I embrace Him as He has revealed Himself to me up to this moment.  Above all, I’ve found seeking Him becomes an experience of increasing love in my life, thus it becomes an all consuming, exhilarating, and priceless experience and pursuit.

In learning of the perfection of His love, I’m enabled to fully trust Him. As I do, I am entering into a state of complete rest. The rest is beyond and above this physical plane; yet significantly reflected in it. Trusting Him means I’m living this life His way, not mine. In the wisdom of His ways rest is manifested.  His wisdom in my life creates smooth paths, decisions that create peace, loving kindness, and living in harmony with spiritual and physical laws of His design. When His footsteps become ours, we rest because anxieties created from corruption have been removed. Psalm 85:13 For example, men find enduring and true success born out of loving kindness of the Father’s wisdom that creates a place of His governance and presence. Women, in the same loving kindness, find true beauty undefined and undefiled by the world that is expressed in a multitude of glorious ways.

When we seek to know His divine truth and love; we learn of all His nature for the union of these two is the consummation of all the others; holiness, righteousness, mercy, long suffering, compassionate, just, all knowing, eternal and so on. Thus, above all we must desire and seek to know is His eternal love. 1 Corinthians 13:13

The heavenly Father is a supreme divine perfect eternal spirit. He is the consummation of perfect truth and love and all the characteristics contained in them. We will be forever learning of this transcendent and glorious Spirit and moving deeper into Him for eternity. Love will grow for eternity within us, thus outside of us, as we grow in understanding. Though we will love perfectly because He is a part of us, our understanding and experience of love will continue to enhance and expand forever.

Author: Rachel

My passion is cultivating a deep relationship with God and helping others to do the same. I LOVE sharing with others insights that God has taught me and hearing what God has taught them... thus my blog, Stirring the Deep. My focus is on a relationship, not a religion. Life is in the relationship. I believe in a balance and unity of body, mind and spirit. I feel it's important to nurture all three for they all affect each other. I try to live in the present, where the Holy Spirit is. And I try to do all with the motive of love. I've come to believe life is a journey and not a destination. It isn't about perfection, is it about growth.

7 thoughts on “Love of the Heavenly Realm

  1. Hello Rachel, just curious – how come you don’t say a public prayer with your teachings or videos?

    • Hi Linda,

      Matthew 6:6 “But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.

      Why do you ask?

      • Hi Rachael, it seemed to be the one aspect missing with your ministry, which I enjoy a lot! An opening or closing prayer signifies who you are ministering for and to, in my opinion. A prayer invites all into your work; it is sealed by Christ and projects a blessing forward to all reading or listening.

      • Publicly, you give God all the glory and recognition for how you are serving Him through your prayer.

  2. Your ministry is excellent! and evidently directed at the remnant; I oft wrestle with the overwhelming beauty contrasted with the great distress and calamity on the other end of the spectrum so prevalent on our planet today, but I believe the beating of the angels wings in these teahing are bringing down principalities around the World; I have longed to hear these words spoken aloud by real living breathing people.

  3. Sent from Windows Mail

  4. Hi Rachel,

    I thought it would be in line with the topic on this page to share what I have learned and experienced about God’s love.

    What I was taught about God’s love is that it is on a very different plane than human love and I thank and worship God wholeheartedly for this. Limited human love is based on merits – the nicer you are the more likely you are to be “loved” and “appreciated”. God’s infinite love for us is on a totally different plane (“My thoughts are nothing like your thoughts,” says the LORD. “And my ways are far beyond anything you could imagine. Isaiah 55:8, NLT). It’s based on our needs. The more we need Him the more willing He is to get involved in our lives and help us out.

    To illustrate this point; let’s say a couple has four children and unfortunately one of them is in a wheelchair for life; which children are his/her parents going to worry about the most? The answer is obvious isn’t it? Why? Because his/her needs are greater than of the other siblings. God’s love works the same way. And just like salvation, it has absolutely nothing to do with our merits. Allow me to repeat this, Salvation and God’s love have absolutely nothing to do with our merits.

    What bewilders me is that 2000 years later most people never got to understand this mainly because they were never told about the right perspective of God’s love as clearly stated in many verses including in Luke 5:31. I believe I was blessed greatly when I met someone connected enough and loving enough to explain it to me.

    Also, we need to realize that we don’t come to God when we are clean; we come to God to be cleansed. The dirtier one feels the more willing He is to welcome you and show you His will. Of course, this only makes sense in the heavenly realm. (31 Jesus answered them, “Healthy people don’t need a doctor—sick people do. Luke 5:31 NLT).

    Keep up the great work Rachel as there is nothing, in my opinion, more important, more significant than telling people to listen to the still small voice of the Holy Spirit and establish a personal and intimate dialogue with God. That’s what prayer is really about and yes “it changes everything else”.

    Have a blessed day,

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s