As I was singing in the Spirit this morning, these words came: “‘Helium-Bride,’ rise up now! ‘Helium-Bride’ take your place among the stars.” I wrote about the bride called by this name in three previous posts and I recommend your reading them now for a deeper understanding of who and what she is: “A Bride Shining Like The Sun,” https://ridetheheavens.com/2022/02/11/a-bride-shining-like-the-sun/ The Alpha At Work,” https://ridetheheavens.com/2021/12/05/the-alpha-at-work/ and “Oh My Stars.” https://ridetheheavens.com/2020/12/06/oh-my-stars/ Because the instruction “Take your place among the stars” was added this time, I believe that the “placing” of overcomers who shall have the daystar risen in their hearts is beginning right now. This is a collective work, for truly, a star alone can not light up the darkness of all the world by itself.
So what does it mean to take our place?: God’s Raqia is the ruling firmament in the heavens where the angelic host and the children of God are gathered together to rule with Christ Jesus. The Bride is “New Jerusalem,” and the Lord is letting it be known that it’s her time to take possession of what’s hers. Every star has a part to play, and I don’t know how God is going to do it, but our coming into unity and into our divinely assigned places is at hand:
Yay! “Those who are wise shall shine like the brightness of the firmament, and those who turn many to righteousness like the stars forever and ever.” (Daniel 12: 3) Then it shall be said by those we have fervently prayed for: “He is come!” Oh what a night it shall be, turned into day!
Oh my! Just now the lyrics of a Christmas song were sung to me by the Spirit: “Have yourself a very merry Christmas…. Let your heart be light!” Yes, yes, yes! December 25th is the day set apart that Jews to celebrate the cleansing of the temple and the light that stayed miraculously lit. Now we, who are true Jews, are fixin’ to be in and to celebrate the Feast of Lights which is a “Christ Mass” of Lights…. of miraculous Daystars shining for the glory of God.
Oh precious stars: We’re gonna’ have ourselves a very merry Christmas in deed!