Costly Is the Death of His Saints
From episode: Reprocessing Memories with Jesus
At funerals, a lot of times, they say, "Precious is the death of His saints". It's from Psalm 116:15 - 19. But someone had looked into the ancient Hebrew on the word, "precious", and a better interpretation is "costly".
Think about that for a second.
So it's costly to heaven when a saint passes away.
It's not precious, it's costly.
It's so powerful because God wants you here in this fallen world, in this mess. He really does. He wants you here, not to punish you. That's absolutely not the reason. It's because he wants people who are empowered by heaven, who leak heaven, who are healed up on the inside. He wants those people here on the earth, releasing heaven everywhere they go. And so it costs heaven a lot whenever one of those saints leaves the earth. Because heaven's on a rescue mission.
Isn't that something?
He's rescuing you.
So sometimes, when we're fighting these battles of inner healing, it's not just for us. It's for the whole world. You know, it's for the generations that come after us. We fight a spiritual battle and win, and our sons and daughters don't have to (fight that same battle). The people in our sphere, the people in our world, don't have to fight that battle because they see us, and they see the overcomer in us. When you're around empowered people, sons and daughters, you know it. You can just feel it... these people are free. I pray that that is you every day. And not as some kind of expectation that I want to put on you, nothing like that, of course, but that it just genuinely flows from you. Thank you, Lord, for your peace and for your healing and wholeness that you provide to us.