The Gift of Visions by the Grace of GOD: Chap. 11 – Attempts to Disclose. We are in the end times!

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Welcome to the The Gift of Visions by the Grace of GOD by Daniel Steele.  The entire book is available on the Facebook page link given below, for you to read.

The Gift of Visions by the Grace of GOD

16 December 2017

Table of Contents
1. Ezekiel’s/Daniel’s Vision—2006 …9
2. The Locust Vision—2008 ………..21
3. Verbal Encounters—2011 ……….33
4. The Visitation Vision—2011……..37
5. Throne of God: Husband and
Wife Vision—2012……………………..47
6. The Orbs Vision—1992…………..53
7. Invisible Visual
Encounter—1984………………………59
8. Intervention Encounter—1979…63
9. Rapture: The
Recurring Dream—1963 ……………65
10. Final Warning ……………………..73
11. Attempts to Disclose …………….87
12. Conclusion…………………………..91

Copyright © 2015 Daniel Steele
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CHAPTER 11
Attempts to Disclose
We are in the end times!

Ever since the vision in 2011 when I saw Jesus, I have been in isolation with just the Lord and my wife, studying the Word of God and in constant communication with him. I am not some crazy man off his rocker trying to predict the future (although I have been called that before). I am quite shy, actually, and I do not like to bring attention to myself at all. I realize now that it might all be about to change for it is the Lord Jesus Christ taking me out of my comfort zone. I am a prophet of God describing what he has shown to me. I am a person that has made many mistakes and bad choices, a person whom you would least expect to be chosen by God. A few months ago, I was attending a well-known church in my area. While I was there, I requested a meeting with the senior pastor. I just wanted to talk about these visions, so I left my number with the church. I was so happy to finally be able to explain this book (that you are reading) to someone. When the church did call, it was a public relations person telling me the pastor was very busy and if I would mind speaking to another one of their pastors. I said I wouldn’t mind at all.

Finally, a pastor calls me and asks if I could just tell him over the phone instead, so I told him what I wanted to tell him had very intricate details and that I wanted to meet him in person to show him the drawings and scriptures I was referencing, but he insisted over the phone. So I tried to explain the Ezekiel vision and the locusts, and as I was reading actual scripture, he denied that it was from the Bible. He then called me a crazy manic and did not believe I had visions at all. He also told me “We have enough pastors within our church.”

Well, I wasn’t looking for a position in their church. All I wanted was for him to understand what the Lord had revealed to me, but I guess he had already made up his mind before making the call. I waited two weeks, and I called again asking if I was still allowed at their church. They said yes—as long as I did not do anything weird. It is true that the prophets are not welcomed in their own hometown or in my own Father’s house. I felt so bad because everything in this book is true. My relationship with God is supernatural. I kept asking, “God, what do I do now?”

So two weeks went by, and when I would close my eyes, I would see Jesus holding and flipping pages of some kind of book, and he would be sitting at my desk, writing. I told my wife, but neither of us could decipher what it meant. I thought maybe he wants me to read the Bible more, so I did. Then one night, my daughter and her fiancé came by, and I was explaining to them about my encounters when he asked me, “Why don’t preachers preach on what God has showed you?” I answered him, “If God had not shown me this, I would not be telling you about it.” My future son-in-law paused for a while before responding, “You need to then write a book!” At the moment that his mouth spoke those words, I knew the Lord had been showing me that I needed to write everything down. I would have never thought of that. The things I have learned have been all through the hard way due to my stubbornness. It took me some time to learn to lean not on my own understanding but to trust the Lord with all my heart. I believe someday soon I will be able to go into the house of God and be trusted to do so.

I close this chapter by telling the world that if you haven’t accepted the truth about the Gospel of Jesus Christ (the cross), you will very soon wish you had done so for many will take the road that is wide and easy. The path that leads to eternal life is narrow, full of twists and turns and tests with many trials, but only a few will ever find it, so get ready. As far as the church and pastors who rejected the meeting with me, I have no hard feelings toward them. I realize it was part of God’s plan now (the rejection). I knew I was speaking the truth about the God-given visions and knowledge given to me by my Father. I also knew the Father wanted this truth to get out to the world, but instead of waiting for God, I jumped ahead of my Father and made a meeting with the church. The story about Jonah comes to mind because I wanted to give this truth to someone else when, in fact, God gave me the visions and knowledge. The Father chose me for this task, and I couldn’t pass it to someone else. My mistake was looking at this from a “fleshy” point of view and thinking how God could actually get this knowledge and truth out to the world from a guy he chose that is isolated from the world—one who was looked at as a weirdo in his own Father’s house. Here is the answer—trust the Lord and lean not on my own understanding.