“I’m seeing a handsome young man materialize in front of me. He’s Jewish-looking, with shoulder-length blond hair, very strong, and in his early thirties, I’d say. (He can be my “companion” any time, ha!) He has a cape on, pinned at his shoulder, and he’s enveloped in a mystical, moving, swirling light. At first I thought it was flames, but it’s not fire; it’s as if he’s part of these moving flames of light. You really do sense that, as he said, he’s “part of the energy of God.” So beautiful. Thank You, dear Love!
He has a peaceful, calm, almost soothing spirit about him, very much like his name, Companion, suggests, like he’d really be there for you. He’s gazing down at me and he’s holding a long rod or staff in his right hand. The staff has a beautiful lamp of some kind at the end of it, which is emitting powerful flames of light.


He seems to be holding it as part of his identity and purpose. He’s quite striking, standing there in the midst of these flames of light, holding this beautiful lamp, with a peaceful smile on his face, almost like he’s helping to light the way for our spirits to open up to Heaven in praise.

(Companion speaking:) I have been a companion for many a pilgrim and traveler on the paths of life. As part of the energy of God, the spirit of praise is the core of my being. This gift of praise has helped to both lighten the burdens and light the way for many a weary traveler. I hold in my hand one of the lanterns of praise which line the paths and passageways leading into the heavenly high courts of our Lord. These lanterns–standing in majestic power–give glory to our God at all times. Their flame never wanes or dies as they burn in impassioned honor and praise to our Husband!
We enter the gates of Heaven lifting our arms and voices in thanksgiving, and those who are called to enter into His high courts always bear one of these lanterns of praise with them, where we set them in attendance around about us within the halls of His heavenly courts.
When I am called to abide with and assist another who walks the Earth, I always bear one of these lanterns of praise–Nierna, they are called. They are both a standard and a worthy staff upon which to lean. So shall your eyes, your lips, and your spirit be lightened, so that praise springs forth more readily from every part of your being. In this is strength you know not of! (End of message from Companion.)

See also blog “Companion”


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