I had a terrifying dream yesterday morning. A hot wind began to blow. It came through my house and debris was blowing all around. The wind was hot and due to it’s intensity things were burning, flowers dried up, and it was like no wind I have ever experienced.
I walked through the house to close the doors and windows, but none were open, yet the wind was blowing. I looked outside, but there was not one tree or bush stirring, just inside the house. I woke up and knew this wind represented the breath of God blowing upon the false church, false brethren, false doctrines, burning them with fire because they come from the father of lies.
Then I had a second dream. I was trying to get somewhere on a motor cycle, but there was a road block. I got stopped on the railroad tracks, so I backed up quickly as a train was approaching. I managed to get through the barricades, though people were shouting at me. I went inside a building and met with some people and we began to pray. A big hurly-burly man came in and began to harass us. He called himself The Foreman. Then he left and I saw a heart! I knew it was this man’s heart. I thought, “He can’t live without a heart?”
Then I realized he was already dead, so I knew it was an entity masquerading where it should not have been, yet dominating, intimidating, and harassing believers. I believe he represented the Church, showing it was dead. (I make a distinction between the small c and large C.)
Then I heard this: “Bull’s eye straight to the heart.” (Those that choose life, and those that don’t.)
I believe God is going to expose the heart of the dead Church. He is going to deal with their heart. We better all get our hearts right with God, in Christ.
I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live. (Deuteronomy 30:19)
Author: Karen Sue
Karen Sue started out to become a master teacher in the Child Development field until one day a phone call came that changed all of that. It was a call for help that led her into advocacy for children and victims of violent crime. She believes that is where her education really started. It was during that time she cried out to Jesus Christ and was saved.
Later she worked in skilled nursing with a focus on gerontology. She then moved into dementia care and found her niche with opportunities to counsel and teach in the area of therapeutic activities and activities of daily living. Advocacy in both arenas led her to a closer relationship with the Lord.
She now devotes her time to intercessory prayer and Bible study, often led by dreams that both quicken her and direct her prayer life. Karen has opted not to share her last name.
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