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As I was praying for you. This scripture came to mind:


"Write, therefore, what you have seen, what is now, and what will take place later. The mystery of the seven stars that you saw in my right hand and of the seven golden lampstands is this: The seven stars are the angels[e] of the seven churches, and the seven lampstands are the seven churches. Revelation 1:19-20 read all of the chapter.

As I started sketching this scripture to visual form. As I was sketching, I saw you entering past the lampstands, and you had access to the throne of God. The brilliance was blinding, but you could see him. The lampstands are very important to you. They are the seven spirits of God. (You must study this (Isaiah 11). These are pillars that hold the foundation of the knowledge of God. Wisdom, knowledge is part of this. These are the trainers to teach you to be a son/daughter of God. Milk and cookies will no longer sustain you. In this place, you will eat meat, revelations beyond your knowledge. Next to God, there is a seat that can't be seen because of the glare of his brilliance. That chair is for kings to rule and have authority from heaven to earth. This is probably the most vacant place in heaven compared to the vastness of heaven. You might see a hand full of saints in this realm. But few make it because this realm is for the sons and daughters that have been trained in the seven spirits of God. This is the supernatural, where it is natural to be supernatural. This is the place where the courts of heaven and the courts of the counsel of God reside. Here is where you receive revelation, where you go and ask for justice on behalf of others. You don't come here, speaking in tongues, or roaring, and shouting for a breakthrough. Here is where you present your case and the legal right to pursue and conquer all. You get to this place through a doorway in your spirit. Where your training begins, you will know these seven lampstands that are forever in the presence of God. And you will see and sit in that chair that is reserved for those who persevere.

Past the seven lampstands