July 16, 2006
In the Book of Hebrews, it speaks of Abraham: when he gave tithe to Melchesidek, the whole tribe of Israel gave tithe because the seed of Israel was in his loins (Heb. 7:1-10). The same principle is true with Christ. When He was crucified, our seed was in Him. The seed of every person on the planet was in Him (Luke 3:38). When He died, we died with Him. The Lord allowed me to see in a vision that everything the Lord went through, we went through from the stripes of healing, to the nailing on the tree, to the giving up of the ghost and the piercing of the side by the soldier. God showed me that we went through the whole 53rd chapter of Isaiah with Christ. We also went through the resurrection. We came back a New Creation. Behold the old things have passed away; all things have become new (II Cor. 5:17). We all became alive but instead of coming back as living souls, which we were before the crucifixion, we came back as life giving spirits (See I Cor. 15:45-47).
This God showed me in another vision. When the Roman soldier pierced Christ's side, blood and water came forth, and as God said, "The life is in the blood" (Lev. 17:11,14; Deut. 12:23). Just like Adam, when God put him to sleep and brought forth his physical bride, so God put Christ to sleep on the tree to bring forth His spiritual bride. The blood and the water that poured forth out of His side brought forth His bride. At that very moment, the veil in the temple was rent in two and the Spirit left the temple made with hands in Jerusalem and entered into all temples made without hands, which was our bodies. Scripture clearly tells us that we are the temple of God and the temple of the Holy Spirit (I Cor. 3:16-17; 6:19). Can you see that at the very moment that Christ died and the Roman soldier pierced His side, the bride came forth and the Spirit entered into the bride and we became a New Creation in Christ, joined in holy matrimony with the bridegroom. Lenny Antonsson
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