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Prophetic Utterances

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Prophetic Utterances

 

I’ve learned that when we speak, with an honesty and realness, to others, we speak to ourselves as well. If we listen to our own words, we are usually saying what we need to hear, admit, recognize, learn, and/or accept. These are our personal prophetic utterances.

August 1, 2014 I posted this video; The Gate into Oneness

 

 

When I did this video, little did I know the depth I was about to experience of what I had prophetically described. Only recently did I realize how “inspired” this video was in the revelation it held for me. If you are in a similar place as me, it may speak to you as well.

This dynamic of our personal prophetic utterances is why I believe personal journaling in the form of a conversation with our spirit teacher can be so powerful. For me, in the stillness, privacy, honesty, and openness, my soul encounters my spirit guide and teacher of truth and love. I connect with him when I desire to be honest and real with myself, which in itself is a process, and as I desire to listen to his still small voice. In this inner place, he instructs, counsels, leads, guides and builds truth in me through a language of the soul.

I’ve also learned that we are unique in what we learn, how we learn, and the manner and words in which we learn. What we learn and how we learn it is specific to our purpose, individuality, and background. Our spirit teacher uses anything and everything to teach us. Thus, what I share and how I share it is based on my perceptions, my experiences, and what I’m learning according to my purpose. The words I utilize relate to how I was taught. If I had a different background, culture, and life journey, I would be using different words and expressions. So when we connect and share with one another, it’s not so much the specific words that matter but the underlining “truths” they express. And when we learn a truth, then we are able to see it in another’s life and words.

Regardless of the way we are taught, there is an aspect of our souls’ journeys that unify us. I believe that a fundamental purpose we share in venturing through this mortal experience is to learn of a pure divine love that is and will be ubiquitous to our lives, whatever their specific purposes may be.

We each have our soul journey to traverse, and truth comes into our souls by revelation and experience. Words alone from another can’t “give” us transformative truth. But I share my words with you in the desire that you may be encouraged, inspired, comforted, and even confirmed in what you are experiencing.

As for my journey, last year was a year of concentrated craftsmanship within my soul. In the video, I prophesied what I was about to experience. I had experienced it to some degree, and that is why I could speak from a place of understanding. But in the five months after the video, I entered into a pungent upheaval in my soul. So much so, I felt like I was coming undone to the point where even “my words” escaped me. In future posts, I hope to share aspects of what I experienced and learned, and am still learning, during that time for those experiencing similar changes.

Presently, I’ve never felt so weak in terms of my “self”, because of what I passed through and still am going through to some degree. Yet, as we’ve heard, the power of our Creator, which lies beyond ourselves, is made perfect through our weaknesses. In our weaknesses, we have no choice but to trust in a strength, power and ability that is beyond us because we can’t rely on ourselves. This ironically makes weakness a gift; for how much greater is our Creator’s power, wisdom, and love than our own? In weakness, our confident ego is set aside and we are able to do and act in ways that our ego would have hindered. So like many things of this reality; the reverse of what appears to be true is true. Our confident ego is our true weakness, and through our frailties comes our true strength.

Though I’m not yet the expression of what I perceive, I want to share what I perceive, for it is transformative to the soul. Soul transformation begins with soul perception, so this is where we begin. I stand with this love in a knowing that its very nature will one day bring me, as it will bring all of us, to be its beautiful expression through and through. There is no greater gift we can give or receive.

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 “Prophetic Utterances

  1. Yes, It is amazing how we can learn from our own words when we make ourselves available.

  2. No words. It would just diminish what you have written. U r what is.
    Everything is fine. 🙂

    • I know of you don’t take serious the disturb thinking pathen you have, its going to destroy you. I know if you truly don’t repent of your wicked ways your going down and you will be ashes ipunder the feet of the righteous. Who knows maybe I might be ashes asnwell…. If your the one speaking perverse things and satanic reasoning I BEackon that you repent real erniest for GOD wrath is nothing some thing to take lightly

  3. Thank you for this confirmation.
    He teaches me the same way.

  4. A little food for thought while….

    1 John 4:7-11 MKJV
    (7) Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God, and everyone who loves has been born of God, and knows God.
    (8) The one who does not love has not known God. For God is love.
    (9) In this the love of God was revealed in us, because God sent His only begotten Son into the world that we might live through Him.
    (10) In this is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the propitiation concerning our sins.
    (11) Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another.

    If we understood “all” scripture they would “all” explain these simple verses. It’s not about being smart with bible knowledge and telling….it, it’s about loving aside in the spirit for which there is no law. It’s in our everyday simple…walk.

    • Hi Sonny, these verses use to glaze over my mind, as I thought I understood their meaning, and on some level I did. But as I’ve explored the meaning of divine love from within my own soul, these verses carry much more depth and I’m sure that will only continue to expand.

      • Could I please know, when you say soul, are you referring to Spirit or body plus Spirit in the context of this blog, in the last passage?

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