- THE SMELL OF ROSES
OPENED SMELL: As
I was laying on my pillow I smelled the most strong and
beautiful scent of roses. Jesus was right there so
close to me! I smelled my pillow and it was not coming
from my bedding at all, it was strong rose smell in the
Song of Solomon 2:1 I am the rose of Sharon, and the
lily of the valleys.
Song of Solomon 5:13 His cheeks are like a bed of
spices, like sweet flowers: his lips like lilies,
dripping sweet smelling myrrh.
6/3/01 THE ROSE OF SHARON ABIDES IN OUR HOME
When I was on the way to a conference I heard: I wish
I could take You home with me. My Presence. Ark. I
assure you, I met your need.
OPENED SMELL: They
passed the torch tonight at the conference. I smelled a
strong smell of roses when I went back to my seat. Many
others smelled it too. As we left to drive home I
smelled it going to the back of the tent, and also
outside the tent. I felt it was a sign and confirmation
that I had received a special touch of His Presence and
that it would go home with me, and I would not leave His
When I got home as I went into my bedroom to lay upon my
bed and pray, my room was filled with the identical
strong and fragrant roses! This occurred a second time
later in the day in my bedroom. I was so deeply touched
by this and needed it badly. Sometimes coming home from
such a spiritual high as a conference it hard to do and
this experience was such a comfort to me.
THE SCENT OF MY PRESENCE 6/3/01
I breathe My people with the scent of My Presence when
their worship is especially sweet. You shall be greatly
comforted as you inhale My heavenly mist and smell
roses. Yes dear one, roses.
Even long after you have left the corporate meetings,
My scent will linger upon you
and this will assure you that I have not left you nor
forsaken you. When you take the smell of My Presence
home with you it means that your life is a sweet
smelling sacrifice to Me and you have given Me great
pleasure and joy.
Song 4:16 NKJV
Awake, O north wind, and come, O south! Blow upon my
garden, that its spices may flow out. Let my beloved
come to his garden and eat its pleasant fruits.