Prophecy through Sis. Julie Betz.

Be it known this day I give all Salvation to those who call upon Me with true heart. I the Lord thy God call upon you; come into the Light and leave all darkness behind.

Peace be with you My child. One should understand the aspects of a certain thing. My Holy Spirit yes, she is a part of Me as My Son. I in them and they in Me. I in My Son are one and I in My Holy Spirit are one. My heart, My love, My very essence runs through Them.

We are one. Some cannot even connect to the thought of this let alone the power and beauty from on High that it is connected to. As for My true bride you will have to be able to accept this for My love is what makes it.

This is why I ask you children to prepare your heart for not all will be able to have this. This true connection to Me the great I AM. For man has chopped and dissected My ways, My truth in thought. Thoughts are important… My thoughts are truth, not man’s thoughts. Some of man’s thoughts perceive Me as a mere man. For I AM is not a man.

I created man in Our image. My thoughts are not your thoughts. My words do not always mean what your words mean. My love is not the love man throws around on the earth. Some proclaim to have My love. But do you? You cannot have My love with My wisdom and My understanding which is through My Holy Spirit. Do you understand?

Do you have My Love? You cannot understand Me and My ways until you have My Love.

Strong’s Concordance

Strong’s Greek: 42. ἁγιωσύνη (hagiósuné) — holiness

Cognate: 42 hagiōsýnē (another feminine noun derived from 40 /hágios) – holiness (sanctification) which focuses on the Holy Spirit’s influence of preparing the believer for eternity. (The suffix, -synē, expresses this transformation as a character- quality that comes by the grace of God.) See 40 ( hagios).

Strong’s Greek: 2320. θεότης (theotés) — deity

2320 /theótēs (“fullness of deity”) expresses God’s ” essential ( personal) deity, as belonging to Christ” ( WS, 906). 2320 ( theótēs) focuses on Christ physically embodying the Godhead through His incarnation and shown throughout His perfect life of faith (cf. Heb 12:2).