The Veil Was Torn

When Adam and Eve sinned, mankind fell from spiritual dimensions and became subject to a very limited 3-dimensional reality and the constraints of time.  Death claimed body, soul and spirit, and we were separated from God.  When we are “born again,” our spirits are literally born again!  We have passed from death unto life.
So our prayer should not be, “God, change me into something different.”  Instead, it should be, “God, remove all that is hindering me from being who I truly am.”
Our spirits are “seated with Christ in heavenly places” (Eph. 2:6).  And now, our souls are being restored, “transformed by the renewing of our minds” (Rom. 12:2).  We are being changed “from glory to glory” (II Cor. 3:18).  We are already transformed at spirit level, so now our souls are experiencing the process of sanctification, as His life flows out from our spirit, affecting our soul and body.  It is the maturing process, just as a baby grows–not into a different person, but into a mature adult, able to function in the fulness of the destiny for which he was created.
So, no matter how high we go into supernatural, heavenly encounters, it all goes back to the basics of the cross and of Jesus’ shed blood.  His blood poured out is the doorway that allows us to be born again of a different bloodline, one with no memory of the fall. When His flesh was torn and the veil of the temple was torn from top to bottom, the separation between us and God the Father was removed, and the veil blinding our eyes from seeing and experiencing the realms we fell from was removed, too.
Because of the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross and because He is alive, we are free to enjoy every heavenly realm.  We are no longer bound to the limitations of earth and it’s dimensions!
Now that’s exciting!