Unlock Your Spiritual Potential — to See, Experience, and Rule from the Heavenly Realms!
You have been translated and are now a citizen of the Kingdom of Light. You are designed to live in close communion with Heaven, the way Jesus did. He saw and knew things no one else did, and He gave us that ability by the Holy Spirit. As a son of God, in Jesus, you have the same ability to live and walk in the Heavenly realms.
By the Spirit, every believer has access to the hidden mysteries of God’s heart — mysteries that are freely revealed to those who desire Him. Explore your makeup and what you’re inherently capable of, in light of God’s original creation. In getting a glimpse of what happened before our world was made, and what God’s intent was in making Man, you will discover the truth of your identity and learn fundamental principles that will help you solve life’s toughest, yet most practical questions.
God wants You to be a supernatural being in a natural world — It’s who You are!
Living from Eternity is firmly grounded in Christian theology and uses the King James bibles as a primary reference. The message? God is the fabric of the World. Kurt Dasilva, a man who claims prophetic experience, knows that from the depth of his soul. He knows that because his relationship to God is one that the rest of us can only hope or be frightened of. Dasilva knows God’s message because he’s seen him. It’s a courageous leap to make such a claim, but courage is something that Dasilva has. He understands that to have a prophetic voice is a unique responsibility given to a select very few. And in this book, he gently takes our hand and generously shares his journey. And he does that by filtering his experience with his own physical Spirit.
In 2016, DaSilva received close to 250 dreams and visions because he opened himself up to accepting what his truth represents. God will come to all of us if we come into agreement with the Spirit of God. On our journey toward this goal, we must make our experience more than just worshiping at church for Christmas and Easter. Dasilva shows us that faith can become a lifestyle, and this is the goal we should seek. He sought to meet God personally and shares his experience of doing just that. Dasilva visited God in His garden and experienced God sitting on his left, quiet, and patient, and they communicated without words.”
Dasilva talks about places called “realms” that are under the influence of the Father. They are Kingdoms created for us to explore using the Bible as a pathway. He refers to them as the “heavenlies,” arenas that our souls can visit, but he notes that apart from the living being and the hosts of Heaven, the typologies and analogies in the Bible are not literal. He calls these hosts from heaven “the Watchers.”
I liked his observation that darkness was once light because if light became dark, it could be reversed. That’s a good thing for all of us. Dasilva also explores the controversial idea that the past is informed by the future, not the other way around. Hmmm. That’s the end of psychiatry as we know it! He explores the difference between thought and knowing; he prays in tongues; “the realm of darkness does not have the power to create.”
He also has a cheeky sense of humor.
The cover is well designed, the book well-edited and the chapter breaks have thought-provoking quotes in a very cool design. Some of the chapter headings are;
Fundamentals: Born of Water and Spirit, The Mind, New Man.
Identity: Hidden mysteries of God, tongues, Oneness.
Living From Eternity: Engaging the Father, The Veil, Father’s Garden. The Table of Contents linked to the text but were not linked back to the Table of Contents.
Overall, this is a prophetic story written by a man with the Spirit of God living kinetically
I have an M.A in Eng Lit, a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the National Writers Union. I like defined character archs and plot structures. You will receive a honest review. "We are not here to race one another to the top but to keep others from falling down." Kayhallny@gmail