Tuesday, October 24th, 2023
During worship at our church this past weekend God gave me a vision that I shared with our congregation. In the vision I saw an old-fashioned pottery jug pouring out oil over all of us. I kept waiting for the jug to empty, but it just kept pouring and pouring. I heard the words “not one drop is wasted”. As the vision continued, I saw a decorative water fountain that kept recycling water. There was one of those collection units under the oil jug that just kept recycling the oil. As I delivered this vision, I had stated that the words “not one drop is wasted” were scriptural, but I could not find them. Later that night as I went through my journal I found where that phrase had come up before. It was part vision and part scripture that God had given me to go with a vision from 2021. Considering the two visions were so similar I thought perhaps God was wanting me to touch on the subject again.
Back on September 11, 2021, I wrote this in my journal: “While we were singing Reckless Love at church today, I got a picture of a heart being broken open and blood pouring out of it. The blood was filling empty vessels, healing wounds and cleansing that which was tainted. God brought me to a scripture to go with this. It is John 6:39:
39 This is the will of the Father who sent Me, that of all He has given Me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up at the last day.
I honestly do not remember having read this scripture before, but it seems like it just fits with the vision. The word “lose” in the original Hebrew (Strong’s) means to lose anyone, to perish, to render useless. When I apply this to the vision in 2021, Jesus is declaring that the blood he shed for us will not be rendered useless. Every drop of it will go to saving, healing and delivering those that need it. As the heart was broken open and the blood came pouring out it was going to vessels and wounds that needed it. How cool is that? Let’s think about the fact that Jesus’ death on the cross was 2,000 years ago. How many people have been saved, healed and delivered since then? We honestly have no way to count. That’s one of those questions we can ask when we get to heaven. God knows how many of His sheep have returned to follow Him. I would say then that none of the blood Jesus shed has been lost or rendered useless. In fact, its power has multiplied. The blood of Jesus transforms souls, lives, cities and nations. We all have the authority to use the power of that blood to guard that which God has given us, evict that which He has not and take every thought captive that does not line up with His will. Let His blood wash over us now. Let it fill our every wound. Let it carry peace and joy to the deepest and darkest parts of our being. All we have to do is ask, with full believing in its power. God already did all the rest.” [End of 9/11/21 journal]
So, back in 2021, it was a broken-open heart pouring out blood and filling all our vessels, and in October 2023 it was an oil jug pouring oil over every area of our lives with its supply being constantly recycled and never running out. Do I believe this is the only times these things have happened? No, I believe Jesus’ blood and oil are always available and pouring out to those who believe in their power. There are times however where we get blinded to this truth, either by lies of the enemy or our own distractions or shortcomings. We can all use reminders of the power of the never-ending blood of Jesus and the anointing oil that He has an unlimited supply of. The more we learn to habitually live under these supply lines we will find that we live less and less under the cares and burdens of this world. None of what He did has been wasted. Its power will only continue to grow greater and greater as more and more people discover the truth that has existed from the beginning and will remain throughout all eternity.