My Pen is a Ready Writer

To whom does this Pen belong that is a Ready Writer?

My heart is inditing a good matter: I speak of the things which I have made touching the king: my tongue is the pen of a ready writer.
~ Psalms 45:1 ~

In a dream on May 8 of 2022, I was an owner of an Insurance and Financial Planning business. I turned and watched as one of my employees (a young man), was busy creating and implementing a marketing and telephone-like pre-planning campaign.

Then later I could hear him teaching another new employee (a young woman). They were in like an enclosed cubical for privacy and place without distraction for focus training. I didn’t enter this cubical but just stood outside of it so I could hear how he was doing. He was doing a great job as he was providing instruction on how to qualify a prospect and assist with the right recommendation of insurance coverage as the prospect became our clients.

Then I turned to walk away but an elder woman was already standing in front of me. We stood face to face and I suddenly knew she represented our main wholesale insurance underwriter firms. She had a pen in her hand and she immediately handed it to me as a gift, saying “Here I have something for you. Please take a look”. She had handed it to me at a horizontal level with its top to my right and facing its backside. I began to turn it and it had scribed on three lines. First was the name of her business, the next line was the address of the business and the third line was the firm’s contact phone number.

Insurance in natural understanding = represents a financial instrument to hedge/pay against losses or rather its a defense against losses to bring one’s lost or damage to assets back into a good place as if there had been no damage nor destruction in the first place.

Insurance in spiritual understanding = Wisdom & Understanding. Wisdom is a defense against all lies, all misperceptions, and any intent/motive that is not of Christ. The excellency of knowledge = wisdom gives life to all that have it.  It brings the heart of man back into right relationship with God.

For wisdom is a defense, and money is a defense: but the excellency of knowledge is, that wisdom giveth life to them that have it.
~ Ecclesiastes 7:12 ~

Surprisingly there was more to this pen, as I now turn it right side up in a vertical position. On its pen clip were mounted two sets of *praying hands. One set was on the bottom part of the pen’s clip. I looked and followed the pen clip upward as the clip extended an inch above the top of this pen. On the very top of the clip was mounted a second set of praying hands.

*Note: The Word of the Lord is unto us, Line upon Line…Precept upon Precept (Isa 28:10,13). The meaning of praying hands was taught to me some years ago in a dream. The praying hands were Jesus’ praying hands, and Jesus praying hands represent the parable (light) as a lamp unto my feet. I understood this when in a dream I was walking along a dark path because it was dust outside. As I’m walking a set of Jesus Praying Hands, near my path on my right, a light would shine in the pathway coming from these praying hands of Jesus. It was like walking down a pathway as you’re not yet about to see your next steps, then another set of praying hands would shine yet another light in my pathway. This is how Jesus is our intercessor between God and man, a parable spoken by the Holy Ghost in dreams and visions, guiding our way. It’s so exciting to know that Jesus (if the Word – a message- is understood) will continue to pray for us, by his Holy Ghost.

Okay, let’s go back to our key verse,  for it tells us whose pen is the ready writer.

“My Tongue is (=/equal) the pen of a ready writer”

For in our heart is a tongue (in the heart of man) is the pen of a ready (Spirit = Ready) writer.

For in our consciousness, in the unseen realm, is a tongue (is a parable).

The apostles speak Christ in a hidden mystery.

But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory.
~ I Corinthians 2:7 ~


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