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The Inner Sanctum, Divine Encounters and the Forerunners

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Deborah Waldron Fry, of Firestorm Ministries, released a timely prophetic word for the Body of Christ, and more specifically for the remnant of the church. It is entitled, “The Inner Sanctum, Divine Encounters, and the Forerunners”. Fry said that the “veil” that lies between heaven and earth was becoming “very thin in these last days”. She quotes the book of Isaiah that proclaims, “I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, high and lifted up, and the train of His robe filled the temple.” (Ref. Isa. 6:1) [1]. Fry senses that the Lord is very near to those that have entered into the “most holy place by the blood of the lamb”. She beacons the forerunners of God to press into the holy of holies by faith, to see His glory. Fry’s brief, but a profound word, isn’t for everyone in the body of Christ, but only for those that understand what the Lord is saying. 

The inner sanctum Fry refers to is the holy of holies, also known as the inner sanctuary, or the most holy place, located within the tabernacle of God. The veil mentioned is one of two veils inside of the tabernacle. The first veil separated the outer court from the holy place, and the second veil separated the holy place from the holy of holies. The high priests were the only ones allowed inside of the holy of holies. They believed that this chamber of the tabernacle was where the shekinah glory, or presence of Almighty God resided. 

     Fry makes a bold statement in her prophetic word, as she says “You have entered the Most Holy Place by the blood of the lamb”. To be sure, every believer’s desire is to be in the presence of God, however, it is not that simple. Many proclaim that they have entered into or have experienced the tangible presence of God, but according to the Word, entering into His presence comes with great reverence. Fry references the excerpt of scripture from Isaiah 6, which portrays the awe and severity of entering the throne room of God. It isn’t something to take lightly and it is not accessible for all. Isaiah was undone because he was a “man of unclean lips” (Ref. Isa. 6:5) [1]. Only when Isaiah’s lips were made pure by the coal, was he made worthy to hear the word of God. In the book of Revelation, John “fell at his feet as dead” (Ref. Rev. 1:17) [1], when he came into the presence of the Lord.  The candidacy required to be worthy to enter into the Holy of Holies was specific to the high priesthood, however, physical bloodlines are not what God is looking for.  The book of Hebrews states, “For the law, having a shadow of the good things to come, and not the very image of the things, can never with these same sacrifices which they offer continually year by year, make those who approach perfect” (Heb. 10:1) [1]. Paul is making a declaration that the literal sacrifices and the traditions of the priests could never atone for sin. He was, however, making a stand to display that Jesus was our spiritual high priest that created a way for His high priesthood to come through the veil, into His presence. What does this really mean? The bible says that we are a “royal priesthood” (Ref. 1Pe. 2:9), not of the flesh, but of the spirit. Paul says we have “boldness to enter into the holiest by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way, which he hath consecrated for us, through the veil, that is to say, his flesh” (Heb. 10:19-20) [2]. Despite Fry’s word of exhortation to the body of Christ that claims all have entered into the inner sanctum, Jesus wants His people to

understand the process. His sacrifice made a way for us to enter in, but we have not completely set foot inside. 

As mentioned in Hebrews 10, the apostle Paul equated the veil that has separated us from God with the flesh. God’s desire for His people is to move past the veil of flesh into His presence. How is this possible? Surely, it isn’t through prayer or faith alone. Paul says, “by revelation, He made known to me the mystery” (Ref. Eph. 3:3). The Greek word for revelation in this scripture comes from the word apokalupto. Apokalupto is made up of two words: apo and kalupto. In the Thayer Bible Dictionary, apo means “to take off or separate”, and kalupto means “the veil”. In reality, the veil that Fry mentions in her prophetic word refers to the flesh, or carnal nature, within His people. That can only happen through “revelation” or the “removal of the veil” of Jesus, who is the Word of God. This has not been revealed to everyone, but only to the few (Ref. Mat. 22:14). In fact, only the forerunners, who Fry mentions, are those with the access to go behind the veil. Just as John was called a forerunner who was, “the voice of one crying in the wilderness: ‘Prepare the way of the Lord” (Mat. 3:3) [1]. These forerunners are the ones who have been made ready by the Holy Spirit, before the multitudes. They know and understand the Father’s heart and will. 

There are many prophetic people that are hearing what is coming in the Spirit! But are they ready? Are they equipped to go beyond the spiritual veil that Paul speaks about in his writings? It is good to hear what is happening, but it is better to be a part of what God is doing. We here at the Voice of Healing have libraries of videos and materials to equip you to go behind the veil. Our ministry is formerly known as Forerunner, and we have been plowing and pressing to prepare the Way for the Lord through this message of revelation. Connect with us today to find out more.


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