I had a dream about seeing Jesus but couldn't remember the details. Perhaps it was unimportant, but after that dream, for the first time, I saw Jesus in a dream suspended in the air.
He had white robes, and there was a white shaped thick cross forming in his body, and he had open arms.
A light that looked like the sun was shining on his back, and all over him, it was not so intense that I couldn't see him; it was similar to a solar eclipse about to take effect, soft, yet very strong.
I don't know if I was suspended in air or standing on the ground, but Jesus was definitely above me, and I could clearly see his face from a distance, but I believe what I saw was a tiny view of Him. He had the warmest smile and was looking down on earth like a father or a mother watching their toddlers play.
The things I recognized in Jesus were peace, innocence, and it doesn't matter how much evil is in the world. His demeanor was of complete peace, knowing something we simply do not know, a feeling of satisfaction that it is finished.
Physically, His face is very similar to one of the Jesus movies yet completely different; because there is no way to replicate that look on his face. Jesus gestures are pure, simar to that of toddlers, and that is the only thing I can relate Him to because of the pureness, blameless, and innocence, nothing but goodness.
Jesus of the movies may have been similar in countenance, but they are all missing the God factor that can not be replicated.
The feeling I got after the dream is that Jesus is like your best friend, your mother, your father, your brother or sister, all at the same time; not as an earthly family, but similar in how close He is to us, always for you, accepting of you, 100%.
He is the prince of peace. As in Isaiah 9, we are all undeserving, yet he has so much love for us. I don't even deserve a dream like this, but He still displays mercy in all his ways.
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Why is it so difficult for our educators and society, in general, to understand that love and respect for one another taught from a young age can solve much of the world's hostility and social problems!
"Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it" (Prov 22:6).
Love is the answer!
True loyalty springs from the heart and is wrapped in love. It is often in our most private moments that true loyalty, or the lack of it, is made known.
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