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Item Name: 'I JUST HAD A VISION!': Booklet by Kevin Reeves
Category: Booklets - Lighthouse Trails
Item Number: LHT- BKT-VIS
Price: $1.95
There is perhaps nothing so powerful as a vision. When the heavens open and our eyes look upon fantastic things once hidden, it can alter the course of our lives (Isaiah 6:1-5).

A glimpse into heaven itself to behold the God of all flesh made Isaiah panic with self-loathing. His innermost heart was revealed in the light of the Lord's glory, and there was no place to hide. Who wouldn't want to have a vision of this magnitude? And why shouldnt we? On the day of Pentecost, the Christians present experienced the outpouring of the Holy Spirit: '[A]nd your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams' (Acts 2:17).

Never in the history of our planet have so many who call themselves Christian claimed visions from God. Encounters with Christ, angels, demons, even saints long departed have begun to appear in book form, crowding the charismatic section of our local Christian bookstores. The popularity of visions never seems to wane, and the more a person has and the greater the scope, the quicker he is skyrocketed to Christian stardom.

Many people cannot appreciate the gravity with which visions are accepted in many charismatic circles, and consequently cannot understand the bondage that results. If someone has a vision of 'the Lord Jesus' and is given a message to convey to you, for you to treat it lightly is to despise the very words of God.

Visions are not the norm for a believer, but a rare occurrence. Of those saints in the Bible described as having bona fide visions from God, a mere handful had more than one recorded vision in their entire lifetime. None of these occurrences were initiated by the individual, but were the result of a divine act of God.

Most of what are reported as visions are not such at all, but could be more appropriately termed mental pictures. According to the Bible, there are three sources of visionsGod, the devil, and the flesh (Ezekiel 13:3-8).

There is no such thing as a harmless false vision, as such visions are backed by the spirit of Satan.Remember men in the Last Days are prophesied to become more and more wicked, leading many astray (II Timothy 3:1317). A master of camouflage, 'Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light' (II Corinthians 11:14). We are admonished to put to trial those things we see or hear claiming to be from the heavenly realms (I John 4:1-3).


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