Colossians 1:15-17, ” He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation. For by him, all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him. And he is before all things, and in him, all things hold together.”
I waited in prayer when suddenly I found myself standing on the crystal sea that sparkled like a beautiful jewel. Upon the sea of glass stood Jesus in full breathtaking glory. His body appeared like the sun shining amid diamonds! As his presence was made known to me, the crystal sea crashed upon Jesus like a wave that hits giant rocks upon the earth. His presence and power were so powerful that the smash from the sea did not move him!
His form was cosmic; his eyes held a million stars. His hair was white like snow, and his hands were like lightning! He opened his hands to me, pulling me towards his chest. As I moved closer, sliding across the sea into his light, the waves of his presence pulsed a million rays of light into my mind. Jesus made himself known to me; It is his will to be known.
I gently fell into his chest, and he held my face close to his lips. His eyes were glowing as if the stars in the universe gazed right at me. He said, “Ask the church, when is the last time you kissed the Son, the King of the Universe?” He looked into my eyes, and his lips touched mine as he spoke. ”I created man for intimacy. Only my word shall rest on their lips, but the poison of the false media prophets has become their source. Man shall live by what comes from my mouth.”
Jesus pulled my head towards him for a gentle kiss showing me the entire universe in just a few seconds. I then saw the earth, and great darkness was coming upon it. I was not afraid of the darkness, but what startled me was that many were crying out to the Lord. I could see them, their lips dry from a lack of water. As Jesus pulled my lips away from him, they were moist.
Jesus said to me, “My voice alone upholds all things, Micah. The attack that is coming is against my voice in each heart. The enemy wants to steal every promise from each heart. Turn off the media, listen to my voice, come and kiss the King of kings.” Jesus pulled my lips closer to his again as he looked deep into my eyes, “My Son, dehydration is coming; an attack against intimacy with the King. They must decide who their King is. They must come back to my lips; return to the kisses of God, or the poison will kill them.”
I put my hands around Jesus’ hips and laid my head on his chest. I wanted to know what was coming, but he answered my thoughts, “I am not raising prophets who know the darkness that is to come. The earth will be the prophet who speaks of the coming chaos. I am releasing prophetic people who have kissed the Son of God, whose lips are moist with hope, courage, and empowerment. I am raising the church whose lips drip with the Kingdom of God. Warn the people to stop becoming intimate with the media.”
Jesus gracefully pulled me away so I would look into his eyes again. His smile touched my heart while light from his body moved upon me. He said with kindness as a mother comforts her child, “My Son, everything will be ok; just come to me. Your soul does not have to die…come and kiss the Son.” Jesus placed his right hand on my face so that I would feel him before everything faded away.
I returned to my bed, looking towards the ceiling; my lips were still moist from Jesus’ kiss. I ask you, when was the last time you kissed the Son? This encounter is for everyone. The only way you will thrive is if you have intimacy with God. Knowing him is the only way not to drink the poison.
Is His voice important to you? Man lives by the very word of God; Jesus’ word keeps us.
Put down the poison.