Friday, July 13, 2018
A Dream With Mama Heidi
I was lying in bed and edging away from the leftovers of sleep when I was sucked into the Spirit with Heidi Baker. When I got to wherever God wanted me to be, I was in the midst of a pool of water and anointing oil. And Heidi was submerging a kind of base that's used in the game of baseball underneath all the oil and water. She was jumping on top of it and completely bringing it under the surface of the Presence of God. When I saw this I instinctively joined her; declaring things like healing, joy, peace, and a myriad of other things over the plate as I helped her cover it with the Presence.
At this point, (as we were behaving like children in this pool) our foreheads met together as we were splashing about and she said something about Jesus. What she said was something explicit about His body. The moment was holy and pure, but I still could understand what she was saying because the Lord had given the same type of revelation to me earlier in life. What happened next was another person's view came into my periphery vision next to me, and I was hesitant to say what I was going to say. But at the nudging of Heidi to be free and say what I wanted, I spoke. I told her that in Heaven God made us one with Himself and one with all believers. And John 17 made this clear. I went on to say to her that whatever God does in Spirit he also carries out in the physical. At that, Heidi stood back and asked, "Am I supposed to believe that?"
I kind of was taking aback myself, and though I didn't start to try to defend my point, I replied that she was free to believe what she wanted and that was just my personal belief. All in all, I would say that the moment didn't lose its glory even in all this.
What followed after was a sort of desolvation or parenthetic with my time with Heidi and me talking to God about a lot of things before finally getting out of bed and started the day's tasks.
I don't really know why I'm posting this. But I do feel like Holy Spirit has given me the prompting to post and make it public. Later, with my time with the Lord, it came to me why Heidi might have been taken aback at what I said. Of course, she's married and what I said had strong implications. And of course, I understand that. I respect her husband, Roland. I think the both of them are incredible people. Listening to Roland reminds me of Jesus. It's rare that a theologian can sit down and talk and not come across as someone who states his opinions in a "my way or no way" sort of attitude. He engages people in a way that makes them think. And the questions he poses aren't rhetorical. I've only sat and watched one extended talk he's done on the IRIS podcast. And the things he brings up in discussion really probe the heart and soul. I do plan on watching more. As for the Heidi dream, what's ironic, is that the night before, I had watched a video of her ministering on YouTube.
I'm just excited that the Lord saw fit to give me a dream, experience, or whatever it can be called to go with what I have already attained. And for those reading, "then, who are mature should take such a view of things. And if on some point you think differently, that too God will make clear to you." (The apostle Paul - Philippians 3:15)