“Coin a phrase” just came alive dancing in my thoughts like a butterfly ready to pollinate my mind: I know that the scripture says: “Come buy of me gold tried in the fire” (Rev. 3: 18,) but I believe that there’s a call to buy silver as well. Just as mined silver can’t be used in the marketplace until it is made into coins, we can’t buy and sell the revelations of God’s word until they are digested and formed in us… Yes, we have the words of God written in the Bible, but they can only come alive in us when they’re minted and deeply imprinted in our innermost parts. We “coin His word” by eating it, assimilating it and becoming it.
In prayer when I had the vision I previously shared of me starting to put on a multicolored coat, I heard the English word “seal” in my tongues. Truly, the ones who have been corrected and have become silver (have coined His words) will be sealed in their foreheads: These will have put on the mind of Christ and the robe of righteousness, hence will function in the sevenfold spirit of God. It’s not by chance that a subscriber sent me a “like” yesterday on a post I wrote back in January called “Who Shall Stand?” I had forgotten that we are to become “liquid silver” flowing with redeeming life as the writing by Mitt Jeffords so beautifully describes: https://ridetheheavens.com/2021/01/03/who-shall-stand/
Just now, the Spirit of God unexpectedly shouted “Hi ho Silver!” Most of you who read my posts are probably too young to know about the “Lone Ranger” and his magnificent horse “Silver,” but I remember that horse well. As a child I made a wish on many stars that I’d have at least one horse and yes, wishes do come true, but many times not the way we expect. Roy Rogers’ horse “Trigger” and the Lone Ranger’s horse “Silver” are mine now in the spirit. Hi Ho! Truly, God gives us “horsepower” triggered with redemption’s dynamism in due time.
It’s not by chance that the rider of “Silver” was a “lone” ranger. Before one can be crowned, he must go through many trials and then a final one when all forsake him. How the stories of David’s trials that worked in him a victorious life have encouraged me, especially now after being given a vision of the Lord putting a crown on my head that was covered in mud. But hallelujah! After the rains came and washed away the mud, only gold remained. God knows the hearts of His saints and of our destinies. “For you, oh God, have tried us: You have refined us as silver is refined.” (Psalm 66: 10)
Not only was David alone, but all who were with him came against him on the day everything was burned down in Ziklag. Have you had such a day of testing as this? Ah, David truly was a lone ranger as is each of God’s elect who stands alone in the hour of testing.
This very moment I discovered the name meaning of Ziklag when I looked it up online. Whoo Whee! It was like a silver bullet hitting a bullseye on a target. Would you believe?: it’s “a pint of liquid metal.”
Oh my brethren, the heat’s on! “Behold, I will send my messenger, and he shall prepare the way before me and the Lord, whom you seek, shall suddenly come to his temple, even the messenger of the covenant, whom you delight in: behold, he shall come, saith the Lord of hosts. But who may abide the day of his coming? And who shall stand when he appears? For he is like a refiner’s fire, and like fuller’s soap. And he shall sit as a refiner and purifier of silver: and he shall purify the sons of Levi, and purge them as gold and silver, that they may offer unto the Lord an offering in righteousness.” Malachi 3: 1-3)
All I can say now is “Hi ho Silver, all you lone rangers: It’s time to ride into your destinies!”