The Visions

In a vision today I was shown Jesus (and not just Jesus….He is so much more than mere words! ) Directly in front of Him and to His right and left side stood two men looking at Him. He was talking with them with His right Arm and Hand pointed upwards. The vision was in full blown color and very pronounced! Jesus was dressed in a Jewish robe and although the men were not as clearly defined (can it be any other way when Jesus is in the vision?!) they appeared to also be dressed in the same manner. The vision faded. Then another vision was shown of a wine glass containing shining and sparkling, gold-colored wine.

The Emmaus Experience

This vision points to Cleopas and Simon who were traveling to Emmaus on the third day of Jesus’ Crucifixion. Suddenly, Jesus drew near and began conversing with them. They related to Him what had happened with the Crucifixion, that Mary had found an empty tomb and how they had hoped that this Prophet was Israel’s Redeemer. Long story short, Jesus went on to explain to them that this man was the One whom Moses and all the Prophets had written about in scriptures. And that He had to suffer and die before entering into glory. The two men then invited this “stranger” to stay with them in Emmaus overnight. Jesus accepted the invitation but while He broke bread with them, He vanished. Only then were their “eyes opened” ….

What Does It Mean…..Now?

On a present-day level of understanding, these two men represent people (Jews and Gentiles) who do not quite know or even know about the Lord Jesus Christ and His role as the Savior. But through unique experiences, they will! I am hearing “epidemic”. Oh my, it will be a widespread occurrence! The wine is so interesting and significant because it was sparkling and deep gold; a rich color associated with the glory of GOD. And it is wine that represents the redeeming and glorious Blood of the Lamb in the New Kingdom. On this topic, the Lord Jesus Christ declared!

For this is my blood of the new testament, which is shed for many for the remission of sins. But I say unto you, I will not drink henceforth of this fruit of the vine, until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father’s kingdom. (Mat. 26:28) I am hearing the following Word of Knowledge: I Promise. Praise the Lord!!

While quietly contemplating these visions, thoughts of Mary Magdalene and the Apostles who saw the empty tomb, Cleopas, Simon, the other Apostles and Jesus all came to my mind when suddenly the following Words of Knowledge were spoken: They Are All Around. My goodness! Clearly, this refers to the Cloud of Witnesses; old faithful Saints who have gone before us. Clouds of witnesses who “surround” us. (Eph. 2:5-8) What amazing days we are living in!

Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us, Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God. (Heb. 12:1-2)

Recommended Reading: The Emmaus Experience: Luke Chapter 24

1. Cleopas: Name means: “Vision of Glory”

2. Simon: Name means: “To Hear” “Hearing” “Listening”

3. Emmaus: A village 7 miles from Jerusalem. The number 7 is biblically associated with completion of a cycle before a new cycle begins. Derived from the Hebrew word, Hammat, it means “Hot Spring” or “Spring of Salvation”

4. Jesus stayed with these two men in their dwelling overnight. It parallels a time of darkness symbolic of these latter days when many people – Jews and Gentiles – will experience the living Christ. As He did with Cleopas and Simon, He will break the bread of the New Covenant with them and their eyes will be opened. They will see and they will hear Him or about Him. That is to say, they will perceive and understand who He really is! As was the case in Emmaus, they will partake of the revivifying and healing waters; the eternal springs of salvation! (Jn.7:37-38) And they will receive new life now and life eternal in the New Kingdom! Praise the Lord and thank you Jesus Christ.

Spoken Words of Knowledge: Friend and Watch! (Jn. 15:15; Lk. 21:28; Mat. 24:42)

Keep the Faith, Suzanne ❤✝

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