Fleeing Into the Arms of Heavenly Mother

December 3, 2010 in Heavenly Mother | Comments (0)

mother and child gladiola sotomayor 235x300 Fleeing Into the Arms of Heavenly Mother

Why did God make it that throughout our whole lives when we’re in a state of fear or sorrow the one that we long for most is our Mother. Everything God put on this earth was not in vain, but with a purpose it stands; “by God’s will all things were created and have their being..” (Rev 4:11)

As the world grows more and more fearful of the upcoming events happening overseas and in America, true believers in God are turning to the only one to seek for love and comfort, our Heavenly Mother.

The fear no longer comes from physical misfortunes and mishaps, it is a deeper fear of not knowing what the future may bring forth. The Bible teaches us that we must seek salvation and receive the gift of eternal life that God is granting to us, but where does this life come from? How can we hold the promise of eternal life?

“Now you brothers like Isaac are children of Promise” – Galatians 4:28

In the Bible we are called children of promise, in relation to Isaac who was given the promise of the inheritance of his Father Abraham’s estate. The physical shadows the spiritual. Isaac was promised his Father’s inheritance, therefore being called the child of Promise. In the same way, apostle Paul testified, that we, the children of God, are also called the children of promise. Then it isn’t the physical inheritance we are receiving, because our Father is God Almighty; the inheritance that we receive is the promise of the Kingdom of Heaven (Eternal life 1 John 2:25)

“..and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade – kept in heaven for you, who through faith are shielded by God’s power until the coming of the salvation that is ready to be revealed in the last time.” – 1 Peter 1:4-5

Notice when the Bible says that Salvation is ready to be revealed….. “in the last time”

Only the children of promise can receive Salvation, but then, how is it that we become children of promise? As we are compared to Isaac we have to see how it is that Isaac was considered to be the child of promise.

Genesis 17:19 “Then God said, “Yes, but your wife Sarah will bear you a son, and you will call him Isaac. I will establish my covenant with him as an everlasting covenant..”

When God promised Abraham that his estate would  be given to a child coming from his own body, he was given his maidservant Hagar to bear a son (Ishmael) since his wife Sarah was a barren woman. However, Ishmael, though born first, did not receive the promise. Instead, God promised that Sarah would bear a child and through him the promise would be given. Though both children were through the body of Abraham it was Isaac (though younger than Ishamel) that received the inheritance. This is because Isaac was born of Sarah as well.

This story is a shadow of the Heavenly Children of Promise. We are all children of God the Father, but just as both Isaac and Ishamel were children of  the same one Father, only one of them received the promise. Then what was the deciding factor? The Mother.

But the Jerusalem that is above is free and she is our Mother…” Galatians 4:26

It is through our Heavenly Mother that we are granted the precious promise of eternal life and inheritance to the Kingdom of Heaven. God has given us everything in our physical lives in order to understand the spiritual. Mother is the source of life both physically and most importantly, spiritually. Without Mother, there is no life.

Now, our Heavenly Mother is calling all of her children home. Disasters are happening as the Bible prophesied; then it is into Heavenly Mothers arms that we must flee to be protected and safely enter the kingdom of heaven.

“The Spirit and the Bride say, COME!..” – Rev. 22:17

“..come I will show you the Bride…and he carried me away in Spirit and showed me the Holy City Jerusalem coming down out of heaven from God.” – Rev. 21:9

“Raise the signal to go to Zion, flee for safety without delay.” – Jeremiah 4:6

“Look upon Zion the city of our festivals, your eyes will see Jerusalem (Heavenly Mother) a peaceful abode, a tent that will not be moved..” – Isaiah 33:20


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