Revelation (3 of 3) by Duane Bemis

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Revelation (3 of 3)
Series: Lamb of God
Duane L. Bemis
Revelation 5:1-5

Once again I was in pain and I surrendered to the Lord's will and went to my secret place1, my meeting place. The meeting place is my kitchen island counter, which is black granite; this is where I draw close to the One who saved me from me. This night I'm talking about I needed to be delivered from the nagging voice of chronic pain. The voice of pain is like running your fingernails across the old chalkboard. The torment which comes with chronic pain is hard to escape and his voice is always nagging. But once again the Lord came and gave me another vision in the midst of this annoyance. And once again I will deliver to you what I saw and later drew.

Vision number three

The royal scroll was unraveled and it was dark as it unrolled within the corners of my mind.

With my eyes closed and sitting in darkness of my room I began to see a might man of God being driven to the ground.

I knew this man was me and I could see the fiery darts of inflammation flying toward me.

The armored man was falling and his sword was standing tall in the corner of the room. The sword was exquisite and I saw engraved in the silver, ''WORD'' and I knew the scripture said about the sword2 and it stood for the Word of God. And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God; at the very top of the cross was engraved the Star of David. The sword position looked like a cross too. At the ends of the handle were two pearls. Each white pearl was engraved with small crosses.

This man pulled his shield of faith for protection from the fiery darks. The shield was beautiful and in the center was the King's crown. The man found peace hiding behind his faith3 in the King of kings, Lord4 of lords, and the Lion5 of Judah.

The man of God's feet where shod with the Gospel6 of Peace and he had prepared for battle. He wanted to run the race to win. He was willing to lay down h ...

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