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Revelation of Jesus Christ

Updated: Jul 25, 2023



Revelation of Jesus Christ - Samuel's Bridge Devotional


On December 4th, 2020, I attended a prophetic worship session called The Rest. The presence of God was so tangible in the sanctuary, that my active worship would go from swaying, clapping, and lifting my hands, to bowing my head and kneeling... literally feeling unable to stand. I was experiencing Heaven invading earth. There were times during the evening, I forced myself to open my eyes to look around, convinced that a holy visitation was occurring.


My worship lasted 4 hours and throughout the night, I continued to hear in my spirit “Receive a revelation of Jesus Christ”. It was as if the voice of the Father, was sending an instruction to His children. I quietly prayed, “Let us receive a revelation of Jesus Christ”.


The morning following this experience, I began meditating on verses in Revelation chapter 1:12-16. I read a commentary on verse 15. It said waters are emblematic of multitudes of people. It is not simply a voice of “waters” but the voices of many sons coming into His likeness. I was so moved by this image.


As we come into the likeness of Christ, let us receive a deep understanding of the Father’s love.


“When I turned to see the voice that was speaking to me, I saw seven golden lampstands. And walking among the lampstands, I saw someone like a son of man, wearing a full-length robe with a golden sash over his chest. His head and his hair were white like wool—white as glistening snow. And his eyes were like flames of fire! His feet were gleaming like bright metal, as though they were glowing in a fire, and his voice was like the roar of many rushing waters. In his right hand he held seven stars, and out of his mouth was a sharp, double-edged sword. And his face was shining like the brightness of the blinding sun!”

‭‭Revelation‬ ‭1:12-16‬ ‭TPT‬‬





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Mark B. Weaver
Mark B. Weaver
Dec 06, 2020

It is not simply a voice of “waters” but the voices of many sons coming into His likeness. I was so moved by this image. As we come into the likeness of Christ, let us receive the deep understanding of the Father’s love. YES! May we wake up and walk in our identity of sons and daughters perfectly loved by our Papa, to love others. Amen


Thank you, Kim

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