12/15/08 Woke in the middle of night to: “Tui Sum”
This was the first of many “impartations” (See: Messages 5/21/15) I would receive from God. I was awaked from a sound sleep, and all of a sudden heard the words “Tui Sum” in my mind. It was not audible, yet I could see and hear it in my mind. I had no idea what it meant, but I absolutely could not forget it. My husband had no idea what it could mean, but I mentioned it to my daughter and son-in-law (both university students at the time) the next morning, and they thought Tui Sum was Latin and the meaning was…I am (or my love is) with you always. I had no idea about the significance of this message until years later (See 11/25/12 below)
Woke in the middle of the night to: “Make your hearts right with God.” As with all the messages I would hear in the years to come, I would simply write them down. I had no clue what I was supposed to do with what I was given. All I did was write what I saw or heard – or felt (See: Supernatural, My Healing, February 2, 2009).
Woke in middle of the night to: “Unbroken Silence”
God had miraculously healed me in 2009 (See: Supernatural) and I had done nothing with that precious gift. This was His one and only message to me one year after my healing…Unbroken Silence. It was true. I had been silent.
“I baptize you with water. But one more powerful than I will come, the lace of whose sandals I am not worthy to untie: He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire.“
Now, how likely is it that some randomly chosen scripture from the Bible would be spoken to me in the middle of the night – the very night before I was to be baptized? Anyway, evidently there were two big screens showing the entire baptism and there were lots of people in the congregation weeping – as well as the pastor. One of the youth pastors there said it was one of the most touching baptisms the church has ever had. I guess because it was husband and wife (and maybe because I was blubbering through it). Anyway, it was such a wonderful experience. I can’t tell you how good it makes you feel. Like a light has been turned on inside you.
So, my dear ones, I hope one day soon you will do the same now that you are older and can understand the meaning and significance of getting baptized. If you ever have questions or want to talk about it more, the door is always open. I (and God) won’t push or force it on you. We wait for you to ask.