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    Lily Deschamps



    And the disciples were amazed at His words. But Jesus said to them again, “Children, how hard it is to enter the kingdom of God! It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom.” Mk.10:25 

    During prayer I asked the Lord if He could send a vision, dream or revelation for the edification of His Church and for His glory.  The following vision – which felt like it was being shown in real-time – began to instantaneously unfold:‘



    An area covered with rock was shown.  It was dark there, with deep crevices leading to other areas, possibly chambers of sorts. I sensed that this was an underground cavern of some kind.  Soon my attention was drawn to a human-like form that was attempting to slowly and laboriously climb a tall jagged structure (can’t call it a mountain really) in an amphibious manner.  He was grabbing stones with his hands; and securing his feet on something solid enough to help him move up. And even if he arrived at the top, there was nothing there but vey sharp angular peaks. I came out of the vision and asked: “What is this awful place?”  Suddenly the Word “Satan” was spoken.   I immediately began praying and asked the Lord if this vision was from Him and to confirm it.  Suddenly, another vision manifested. A man coming my way was shown, almost like he suddenly became aware that I was there.  But he could not get too close as there appeared to be an invisible barrier between me and him.  He appeared angry and was gesturing wildly, pointing his fingers at that horrible place he was living in.  The vision abruptly ended and the word ‘confirmed” was spoken.


    I knew instantly that I had been shown a vision of hades, and the identity of the man suddenly became obvious.  He was elegantly dressed in purple, wearing a type of turban indicative of the scriptural parable of Lazarus and the Rich man and of paintings and pictures generally depicting the same.

    The meaning of the vision is the same as the parable Jesus described in the Book of Luke.  This vision serves to remind the Church that hades and satan, the devil, the old serpent really exists.  Some refuse to acknowledge this truth. Tragically, their understanding has become lulled by lectures that promote self instead of teaching living righteously; instead of teaching the importance of life after death and the rewards of an internal life in heaven; instead of promoting Christ Jesus and His finished works of redemption.  For many, the Christian life has become terribly self-centered and vain; many have become complacent with the comforts and riches of this world, forgetting about the poor and needy as portrayed in Lazarus who, unlike the rich man, was carried to Abraham’s bosom.  Although, the Bible teaches that GOD wants to bless us with abundance, there needs to be a reminder of the dangers of complacency and over indulgences in materiality and lifestyle.  Some right now who are still alive are already catastrophically and consciously ‘caverned’ in a dark, dismal, rocky place, unable to come out of the entrapments and allurements of a rich and lavish lifestyle. They are unable to partake of the blessings of the spiritual kingdom.  Others yet are continuously searching for financial gain, at all costs.  The vision is critical and calls to make right what is wrong.  It calls these Christians to return to their First Love and seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit.  It calls for a return to the living scriptures. It calls to make haste because no one knows their hour of expiration.  Praise GOD and thank you Lord Jesus for the vision.  May it bless all who read it.


    Give generously to him, and do not let your heart be grieved when you do so. And because of this the LORD your God will bless you in all your work and in everything to which you put your hand. For there will never cease to be poor in the land: that is why I am commanding you to open wide your hand to your brother and to the poor and to the needy in your land.

     I am He who lives, and was dead, and behold, I am alive forevermore. And I have the keys of Hades and Death.  (Rev. 1:18)

    Recommended Reading: Lk. 16:19-31 (Parable of Lazarus and the Rich man)


    Keep the Faith +



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