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Jesus prays,

“I in them, and thou in me, that they may be made perfect in one; and that the world may know that thou hast sent me, and hast loved them, as thou hast loved me.”

John 17:23

Dear Connections,

God has been goading me to share testimonies of the miracles of my spiritual unions.  For many years I have realized that the Spiritual Connections God has given me are the core of the Tabernacle message.  It came to me that in order to call the Bride we must reveal ourselves to be the Bride.  As long as we remain hidden from view, our light cannot shine.

Though I have written a lot about Divine Love and Spiritual Connections, I have never shared our testimonies with others.  God has done true and very profound miracles through His Divine love in our lives.  I realize now, that the Bride of Christ is not what most people imagine.  The lovers of God do not sit in pews, conservatively dressed, quoting scripture.  God’s future wife looks very ordinary and often quite the opposite of what one might assume Christ’s virgin to be.

Testimonies in the age of Philadelphia

We’ve entered into the age of the Church of Philadelphia.  Love is our creed, love is our center, love is what we are, through and through.  Love seeks expression.  Think it not strange that our God loves us intimately in this day of the Bride of Christ.

In these testimonies, I may change some names, but what I write is exactly how things happened.  I do not say these things to brag, but rather to encourage others that their own experiences are not strange or out of line with what the Holy Spirit is doing in this generation.  It is time to step out of the shadows and share the testimonies of God’s Divine Love with this generation of believers.

It is really difficult to be vulnerable

These experiences are very special to us, therefore, we ask that you treat them with care and respect.

When God Made You cover by Jose n Necie