(DOWNLOAD MP3) Gifts From The Realm Of God by Apostle Arome Osayi
When God pitched Himself in the heights, He pitched Himself in the height of greatness. The beams of His chamber are rooted in the waters. He rode upon the wings of His wind; the wings of the wind are His chariots (Psa. 104:1-3). Right under the water are clouds of chariots – clouds who are His chariots. The wings of the wind are clothed with clouds. To say that God is very great means that He is very high.
Between God and creatures are chambers which are made with beams. Chambers are a place of light. There are pillars under God that hold the heavens. The upper part are the heavens stretched like a curtain; while the lower part are waters. Waters that come out of the throne are the base of God’s own dimension. We need the water to rise above the chambers in order to get to the heavens that are stretched out like a curtain. There is a firmament above the pillars. The pillars typify the required growth we need, to get to where God is dressed with light.
The jasper is God’s covering (glory), while the sardine is His nature (Rev. 4:3). The light around Him is jasper light. Right over the chambers are heavens. The heavens or firmaments are curtains (veils). Therefore, the height of the curtain is higher than the pillars. Right under the water are cherubims. They are the clouds under the waters. Cherubims may seem to be around God but they are actually under the water. When the chambers are planted in the waters, the waters will rise. Resurrection or exaltation is not by oneself; it is the water that should get the job done. This means that we should not exalt ourselves but let the water of life raise us up. The key of exaltation is the water because it rises and goes down. The water rises to take the sons of the sanctuary. It is through the water that we break into the veil of the holiest of all.
The first part of Psalm 104 is the realm of the holiest of all. A flaming fire cannot be an angel but an angel can be a flaming fire (Psa. 104:4). An angel can be a minister of the sanctuary. This therefore means that cherubs also have access to the holiest of all. Creatures are allowed at the base of the waters. Every person that is at the bottom of the water can pierce through the veil. This means that they also have a path to everlasting life and their own reward; but not that of God. This is why God places them at the bottom.