This morning with Abba, I begin to hear His “heartbeat.” His heart spoke these words “Back to the feet of Jesus.”
Then I saw many running around, busy, busy, busy–assuming all they were doing they’re doing it for God, but unknowingly they had drifted from the place of intimacy with Jesus. His voice was full of love, grace, which brought conviction. His voice boomed as He spoke, “BACK TO THE FEET OF JESUS.”
Luke 10:38-42 The Passion Translation (TPT)
38–39 As Jesus and the disciples continued on their journey, they came to a village where a woman welcomed Jesus into her home. Her name was Martha and she had a sister named Mary. Mary sat down attentively before the Master, absorbing every revelation he shared. 40 But Martha became exasperated by finishing the numerous household chores in preparation for her guests, so she interrupted Jesus and said, “Lord, don’t you think it’s unfair that my sister left me to do all the work by myself? You should tell her to get up and help me.”
41 The Lord answered her, “Martha, my beloved Martha. Why are you upset and troubled, pulled away by all these many distractions? Are they really that important? 42 Mary has discovered the one thing most important by choosing to sit at my feet. She is undistracted, and I won’t take this privilege from her.”
I then begin to hear Jesus calling out to “Mary”. The name Mary rung out across the globe, “Maryyyyyyyy.” As Jesus called out, I saw Mary appear at His feet (although one person appeared, Mary is all of us. As Jesus called for Mary He is calling for His bride. He is calling for those who will come, sit at His feet and absorb His words of truth and revelation, just as Mary did). I then saw the face of Mary. Mary’s face was glowing and she was smiling as she sat at the feet of Jesus–she was listening intently and undistracted as He spoke.
Next, my heart begin to ache, and my attention was drawn to sibling rivalry. I then heard Papa God speak sternly in love, (as a Father would to his children to get their attention because they’re not listening, too busy fighting with his/her sibling) His voice boomed yet again, “BACK TO THE FEET OF JESUS.”
After Papa spoke those words, I then saw the church bowing at the feet of Jesus–turning back to the place of intimacy. I saw the church, from city to city, state to state, country to country and nation to nation, all across the globe, bowing at the feet of Jesus.
I then heard a global cry from the Bride of Christ–this cry was a loud roar thunderous roar in one voice, as one people calling out JESUSSSSSSSS. The sound came up from the belly and out of the mouth of the bride and the name JESUS echoed across the globe. Hope was restored and lives were transformed globally, the land began to change in color from dried parched ground to a vibrant green as we the church took our position back at the feet of Jesus and put sibling rivalry to rest.
Photo Credit: Prophetic Artwork by Dolores Develde https://fineartamerica.com/featured/at-the-feet-of-jesus-dolores-develde.html