Jesus as Saviour and Burden-Bearer



For by the one offering He has perfected forever and completely cleansed those who are being sanctified [bringing each believer to spiritual completion and maturity].

Hebrews 10:14 AMP


Last week and this week I had two visions of Jesus revealed to me as the saviour and burden bearer, maybe because we are in the Easter week.

In the first vision I was in the heaven standing next to Jesus. He appeared to me as the crucified Christ. He was cut up, bruised, bleeding, wearing a crown of thorns. He also wore a crimson robe. He started to walk around the planet earth. I could see the love in His eyes for the nations, it was such a deep passionate love. As He circled the earth He said, “I died so that all men would come to salvation. My death was enough.”

The blood that was shed on the cross is enough to save ALL of mankind. There is no other name by which we will be saved. What Jesus did on the cross is enough for your salvation, for the salvation of your family, your city and for the nations. His death is enough IT IS DONE.

In the second vision I had, I was standing on the shore. I saw Jesus on the water walking towards me. Then the vision changed and I saw an ox with golden horns walking towards me on the water. I saw how the ox lay down on his side upon the waters. I heard the Spirit say to me that just as the ox bears the burden, does the work and carries burdens, so did Jesus bear our burdens. Then the ox disappeared and I saw the Lord Jesus again, walking towards me upon the waters.

Both of this visions really moved me in my spirit. The visual revelation of Jesus as saviour and burden bearer, especially now in the Holy Week, has just shaken me on the inside. I hope that they encourage you too. Forget about the eggs and the rabbits, focus on the blood of Jesus, which is more than enough, and His passionate love for the salvation of every single soul that is born.

Cast your burden on the Lord [release it] and He will sustain and uphold you;
He will never allow the righteous to be shaken (slip, fall, fail).

Psalm 55:22 AMP

Casting all your cares [all your anxieties, all your worries, and all your concerns, once and for all] on Him, for He cares about you [with deepest affection, and watches over you very carefully].

Peter 5:7 AMP

Be blessed


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