Time Traveling In The Spirit
Christians have all the time in the world.
I am going to try an experiment today, I am going to tell you exactly what God is doing. By and large, most people never relate the truth of what the Holy Spirit does for fear of being judged by others or misunderstood. Thus, what our Father is truly doing remains hidden, sequestered away by people who are sure that others “can’t handle the truth.”
As I said before, these days I am writing to those who are experiencing spiritual connections or are open to doing so. I have dropped plenty of bread crumbs along the trail that leads to Spiritual Connections for those who wish to find their way. In my spirit, I feel it is time to talk plainly to those whom God is bringing into Tabernacles so that they realize they are not alone. Hence, if you do not understand what I write yet don’t be dismayed. All those who continue on the path to becoming one with God will eventually come to experience these things too.
Time traveling in the Spirit
Lately, I have been experiencing “Time Traveling” in the Spirit. That is to say, God transports my spiritual connection and I to different places and different times in the past or future. We have been to Eden and experienced what it was like to walk on the banks of its rivers. We have seen our home in the New Heavens and New Earth, watching the sun set together. Assisted and comforted a young woman in the 1500’s that was being hunted down by an angry mob. Witnessed to a family somewhere in the Muslim world long ago. Prayed for the dying brother of an aboriginal cheiftain in the far north. God healed him, giving us opportunity to preach the good news. In all these experiences, Christ has remained central and constant. We are ambassadors of the gospel of Jesus Christ wherever we go, in whatever we do, in whatever time.
Just because some misuse what God created…
The problem that many have with what I have just said, is that it appears to be too close to what spiritualists do. Mystics and sorcers, witches and warlocks come to mind when someone claims such things. Oddly enough, people who believe in translation, balk at spiritual time traveling. Well meaning, but fearful people warn of deception. Others say, “this is too advanced for the children” and want to cover the ears of those they believe are too tender in the Lord to hear such things.
In my opinion, many believers act like fearful children who do not know or trust their God sufficiently. We are afraid of the spiritual realm which, to us, seems unfamiliar and scary. Consequently, believers want to protect themselves and others from all sorts of perceived evil. In effect, to many, there is a demon under every bed. Unfortunately, evil in many people’s lives is defined as anything they have not experienced or cannot understand. Even if something looks like God, smells like God, and acts like God, if it can’t be easily understood through reason, it cannot be of God.
Do you believe that, with God, all things are possible?
So too with this notion of time traveling in the Spirit. Even though we witness, preach and teach the gospel to people who may have never had an opportunity to hear it any way else, it simply cannot be of God. Rather than accept what God does by faith because we know His voice, many run back to the tree of the knowledge of good and evil to see if these things be true. Thus, because one cannot not know the things of God through their natural minds, what God plainly does cannot possibly happen.
However, let us go to the scriptures for a moment and see if these things are true. God says,
“So Moses the servant of the Lord died there in the land of Moab, according to the word of the Lord.”
“Yet Michael the archangel, when contending with the devil he disputed about the body of Moses, durst not bring against him a railing accusation, but said, The Lord rebuke thee.”
Yet we read,
“And after six days Jesus taketh with him Peter, and James, and John, and leadeth them up into an high mountain apart by themselves: and he was transfigured before them. And his raiment became shining, exceeding white as snow; so as no fuller on earth can white them. And there appeared unto them Elias with Moses: and they were talking with Jesus.”
So, I ask you, “how did Moses appear to Jesus if he was dead?” Perhaps, God resurrected Moses after he died when Michael contested with Lucifer for his body. Or, perhaps Moses spoke to Jesus by time traveling forward in the Spirit while he was yet alive in the wilderness of Sin. Either which way, something supernatural had to happen for the Law giver to appear and speak with Jesus on the mount of transfiguration.
How can you limit a limitless God?
The point of what I just said is to say that everything we “think” God can’t and won’t do is not as cut and dried as people assume. Peter was raptured sideways after speaking about salvation with the Ethiopian eunuch. Paul traveled to the third heaven. John the apostle talked with a fellow prophet within His vision at the end of time. Jesus literally materialized any place He wished and did so to the apostles and many others after His resurrection. Ezekiel was transported thousands of years into the future and measured the millennial temple and walked in the waters that flow from it.
In the Spirit time and distance are largely irrelevant. As depicted in the book of Ezekiel, like the Cherubim, we travel at the speed of thought as God leads us. “Time is no more”, for in eternity nothing ever begins or ends, it always was, is and will be. What we imagine as time traveling in this creation is, in fact, just the way things are in the world to come. God intended to populate this universe through translation and spread the seed of mankind among the stars of heaven. Unfortunately, through sin, our universe was brought to the brink of destruction and that particular destiny put on hold. However, when God creates a New Heavens and New Earth our destiny will once again include the the furthest reaches of the new universe.
Do not fear the things of God’s Spirit
People fear the things of the Spirit because they do not know their Father. We see someone who doesn’t know or honor God having experiences in the Spirit and we assume that the experience itself is evil. Was Moses evil when his staff became a serpent and ate the serpent-staffs of Janis and Jambrees? No, God demonstrated that His true power was greater than the false power Egypt’s magicians displayed. Likewise all this mystical stuff that ungodly people do is simply perverted forms of what is available to the sons of God. Astro-projection is just people doing what God created without acknowledging Him. Witchcraft is men and women using demons to affect things in the spiritual and natural world. When Christians exercise spiritual power it is most often through angels or the Spirit of God himself.
All these eastern religions are simply men and women pushing into the spiritual realm by brute force. They meditate for years to be able to do a fraction of what Christians can do in a moment of time when connected to the Holy Spirit. These worldly mystics barge into places that are largely forbidden to natural man and once there, because they have no godly frame of reference, make all kinds of ridiculous assumptions. This is the genesis of many false religions.
The great expanse before us
In conclusion, spiritual time traveling is part of what God is “really” doing. This is the type of testimony that people hide for fear of being ridiculed and judged. However, if we do not have the courage to share what God is doing, how will He ever receive the glory for it? Nothing that I experience or do in the Spirit is possible in the natural. I have no greater ability or deeper knowledge than any other human being. All that happens is that I say yes when others may say no. I also trust my Father’s voice and have confidence in Him. Even if I do err, I know that He will lovingly correct me and steer me back on to the right way.
The reason the world is always talking about time traveling is because it does exist, but just not as they imagine it.