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Norfolk teacher releases Jesus videos on YouTube

Norfolk teacher and former missionary, Julie Bright, is convinced that Jesus’ return is imminent and she has released two YouTube videos to put her message across. Sandie Shirley reports.

Julie (pictured above) who has been a Christian most of her life has been awakened to making ourselves ready as the Bride of Christ for his return after a series of dreams that have had a common theme.
Time is very short and we are not ready as Jesus is coming back for a spotless bride, explains Julie who has made two YouTube videos about her dreams.

Julie, a member of CMA (Christian Motorcyclists’ Association), also runs a Norwich group of Mums in Prayer and has had various dreams in the past that have often warned her about situations in her life.
But 18 months ago, during personal challenges and changes, Julie’s dreams increased. She explains that they warned her about forthcoming situations and helped her navigate through the ensuing difficulties with wisdom and support from God. “As events unfolded, the interpretations became clear, as the Lord guided me each step of the way,” says Julie.
“Until about March of this year, the dreams concerned my own personal circumstances.  However, from then on, I started to have other dreams that I realised pointed to events concerning not just myself, but Christians everywhere.  Bearing clear similarities to some of the messages spoken by the Holy Spirit to the churches in the book of Revelation, these dreams concerned the body of Christ, who was always meant to be the Bride of Christ, and showed that different members are in different states of unpreparedness for the Bridegroom’s return. 
“I always take the prophetic to myself first,” says Julie who fasted and prayed for clear interpretations and for guidance as to if and subsequently how she should share them with the Church as a whole.  “I believe the Lord is making it clear that time is very short and He has given a great sense of urgency to the message that we must make ourselves ready,” says Julie.
For Julie, the dreams have been so powerful and burdensome that she has been compelled to share them with the world-wide church through two You-tube videos, although she has never made videos before.  
“Revelation 19:7 states ‘the marriage of the Lamb has come, and His bride has made herself ready.’  That is our responsibility.  The Bible teaches that we are saved by grace through faith in Jesus’ finished work on the cross (Ephesians 2:8).  However, once saved, we are supposed to live lives ‘worthy of our calling’.  Ephesians Chapter 4 (along with many other places in the Bible) exhorts us to godly living and turning from our old ways. 
The Lord has emphasised to me that we should not neglect His Word, but that we should ‘live by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God’ (Matthew 4:4).  We can’t live by it if we are not reading it.”  She continues: “He has also stressed to me the importance of being filled daily with the Holy Spirit and agreeing with his convictions about our sins, so we keep our hearts soft to live renewed and regenerated lives every day.  He also reminded me of the importance of The Great Commission:  to take the good news of the gospel to all people everywhere (Matthew 28:19-20).  Salvation is too precious a gift to keep to ourselves.”
She adds: “I want to encourage people to watch the videos, to pray, to cultivate that close heart relationship with Jesus, and to hasten the day of the Lord’s return. I really hope they will be a blessing and an encouragement to everyone.”
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