I long for you, more than your heart can conceive. I have kept you for Myself. To Me, you are My Ephraim and My Jacob. I have cried for you and pursued you. l have rescued you and shown you many things concerning Myself. How can you doubt our love now? Return your heart to Me, trusting only in My love for you and you will flourish. Your feelings of being desperate for Me are a sweet smelling offering that comes into My throne room. Come near, never thinking that anything will separate us. The veil is thin. I Am nearer than your very breath. Let your love soar upward. Your love is the sweetest thing I know. Even when you do not feel it, I do. Your love is the thing that I long for. A heart of passion that seeks Me is what heaven is made of! Yes, thereby you enter in even before the appointed time! Open up the heavens and come here! You are accepted and loved. I will reveal Myself to you even more. I will draw you nearer as you draw near to Me. Do not look anywhere else. Look at My face, till you see My glory and all else fades away. The most needful thing is that you keep your heart sincere by returning it to Me. It is My desire to make your heart burn for Mine, for My heart is yours. Author: Dianne Tylski
There are angels in your house by My assignment, and for your asking. Angels’ wings covered the ark of the covenant and so the angels’ wings are over you, as in days of old. I meet with you between the wings of angels that make a mercy seat over your home, for it is Mine. In your house you can feel the effects of My angelic covering. Sometimes an angel just stands behind you, watching curiously for your response.
Our relationship has gotten their attention! Take joy in our covenant relationship. Angels wonder at our talking, our sharing, and our sweet communion together. You and l are a heavenly wonder! Do not be amazed at the angels; be amazed that you and l are one in the reality of heaven. All of heaven wonders at this phenomenon. When your joy and attention is on Me, know that angels are present and always will be. Author: Dianne Tylski