Shake, shake your earthly dust away. Now it's the Spirit's Day, that will admit of no delay.
The Writings of
Christian Mystic 1624 - 1704 _________________________
Three hundred years ago it pleased God to deposit valuable secrets concerning His Kingdom into the heart of a devout Christian mystic. After the flesh she was born a woman; but she came in the Spirit and Power of Elijah. Her message: The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. Make His paths straight.
Jane Lead was a 17th Century Englishwoman. At the age of 16 she was the priviledged recipient of a very deep and powerful conversion. From that moment forward she ceased to focus on the world and its enticements, and began to aspire solely after the interior life. Upon the death of her husband many years later, she received a visitation from Wisdom Personified, who then took Jane as her intimate pupil. Wisdom opened up to Jane many deep and wonderful things concerning the Kingdom of God’s Love, culminating in the much anticipated ultimate restoration of the entire lapsed creation. Jane was also given the great honor of visiting the Celestial City, and was instructed to return and give us a report of what she heard and saw.
Jane reveals that a New Generation is on the rise, and will soon make its appearance in this visible world. They will come forth in glorified bodies, and will usher in the long awaited Kingdom of God's Love on earth. This new army is called by many names: The First-Born, The Sons of God, The Chosen Ones, The Nazarites, The Overcomers, The Melchizedek Priests, etc. Through Jane’s writings we can hear the Trumpet sounding the alert, calling in those who are chosen for this high privilege. These are the ones to whom her messages are written. The writings of Jane Lead will lead this great company on a path toward obtaining the First Resurrection-Body. This can only be accomplished through the shedding of the outward tattered Adamic garment, in order to put on the pure White Robe of Christ. Her revelations about the coming Kingdom of Christ are concisely layed out in the 1679 Prophecy.
Throughout the centuries there have indeed been a scattered few who have come into possession of the fullness of the life that Jesus promised. But Jane realized that her writings were primarily for a time yet future, when the Lord would raise up a generation of saints who would search out and understand the things she was commissioned to write about (see Introduction to Fountain of Gardens, Vol. 1, I:17-SDV). And because we are nearer than farther to the consummation of all things, perhaps now is the time to begin a serious study of these divine mysteries.
That the Lord would commit such secrets to Jane Lead is in itself a mystery. Yet it pleases God to reveal His secrets to the faithful—those who are willing to leave the carnal comforts of a worldly Christianity, and go out into the wilderness to hear the preaching of this Elijah-woman.
In fervent pursuit of the highly coveted First-Resurrection Crown,