I was praise and worshiping in the Throne Room as I always do. I began my prayer time and when I got to proclaiming Psalm 91 part, I left the mountain top with my eagle and traveled over valleys and water. I came to an island and stood on a cliff overlooking a body of water with land on either side with navy ships in it, battleships of some kind. As I continued to proclaim the Psalm, I noticed someone standing beside me on my left. It was a bearded man, dressed in Jesus-time clothes — a grayish tunic which went down to his mid legs, and while he prayed, his arms were in the air. I noticed he had a staff with him and wore sandals. He was speaking either Aramaic or Hebrew. I knew he was the Apostle John. I had finished my Psalm but he kept praying. I stood there awkward, not knowing what to say or do. I heard the word “proclaim” so I opened my Bible to Isaiah and started speaking scripture from 40 and 41. I kept looking back at him, trying to copy him a bit (a bit of a comical moment for those watching)! I did feel somewhat intimidated. He stopped and then looked at me. I told him he looked like someone from ancient times. He just smiled which made me feel at ease. I was wearing my armour of God but he didn’t comment. He reminded me that he is a servant of the Most High God too and he called me “daughter of the Most High God.” Wow! He turned back to look at what was going on in the area on water and said: “The battle will soon begin. Pray for Israel. Pray for the USA. Woe to the nations that go against God’s inheritance. He went on to encourage and strengthen me; “You are doing well. Continue to be obedient.” I thanked him for his encouragement. I mentioned to him that he spoke perfect English. He smiled and reminded me that: “You will speak and understand all languages one day as well.” J

My discernment thoughts kicked in and I asked him kindly to say “Jesus is Lord” to make sure he was not something else. He replied: “Jesus is my Lord and Saviour; my Redeemer who saved me!” But he understood why I asked. He left encouraging me and addressed me as: “Daughter of the Most High God, Warrior and growing prophet.” I’m in awe.

via Vision 169 – The Apostle John

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