The Lord started giving me dreams and visions in 2006. Up until October of 2013, I was just a typical housewife and satisfied with daily news feeds from CNN and MSNBC and naively believed everything they said. Then one night, in a dream I saw the word “MATRIX” in green color on a black background. The huge word in all capital letters was shown right in front of my eyes like a movie screen.
At that time, I had never heard of a “Matrix” so I was puzzled and wondering what it meant. I started looking up the meaning, but even then I barely understood it. However, my life was never the same after this dream.
The next day, I had a very strong urge from the Holy Spirit to delete my Facebook account and Yahoo email account. I was not a big fan of Facebook and I just had a small handful of Christian friends on the account at that time. The urge was so strong I could not resist, so I first deleted all the contents posted on my Facebook and Yahoo accounts, then I deleted both accounts.
After that, I read the Bible as usual for my spiritual daily bread. I was reading the Book of John. Again, I had the same kind of strong urge from the Holy Spirit telling me to read the Book of Revelation, so I did. After I finished reading it, the Holy Spirit told me, “Go back and read it all over again.” So I did. I ended up reading it fifteen times. I still don’t understand everything in it, but by the leading of the Holy Spirit I was able to understand it more than ever in my Christian life.
In October 2013, the federal government was shut down for weeks. I was working as a Korean language interpreter for a Korean pastor and his wife with their tax issue with an IRS agent. In that interpreting session, I heard the word “501 (c)(3)” for the first time. I didn’t know why, but that word quite troubled me and I started doing research on that term. As I was doing this, I felt something very heavy in my heart and wept everyday. I could not sleep nor eat as usual. I often stayed awake or woke up at 2:00 or 3:00 AM, rushed to my office room, and prayed in tongue with outpouring tears. I didn’t know what I was praying about, but I mourned every night.
Then I had another dream. I was walking down a long narrow hallway. It was dark, but I knew where I was going and walked hastily. On the way, I ran into a man who was coming out of the place where I was going. Since the hallway was narrow, my left shoulder bumped into his left arm. He was very tall and I looked up to see his face. It was Barack Obama. He was wearing a plain red t-shirt. After a moment of eye contact with him, I went on my way and got to my destination.
There I was standing in front of a huge gate of a sanctuary filled with tens of thousands of people. They were all standing up dressed in white robes and worshiping God. I stood there in awe for a moment and noticed there was only one gate in that sanctuary, on the east side, which is right where I was standing. Ezekiel 44 came to me and I was suddenly afraid to step into the sanctuary.
Then I noticed a wide red line on the floor separated those in the first two rows from the rest of the people in the sanctuary. For a while, I stood at the gate staring at this line and struggling to understand what it meant. Then, all of a sudden, I said to myself, “I know what it means. It means the man in the red shirt, whom I encountered, is going to shed blood in the church.” Then, I awoke.
After this dream, I cried even more and continued waking up every night. One night while I was in prayer, I heard the Holy Spirit ask me, “Are you ready?”
I said, “Ready for what?”
He answered, “Ready for your blood to be shed.”
I wept and wept and could not answer. I thought about my two children. I said, “I am not ready yet.”
About two and a half years have passed since then. Now I say, “Lord, I am ready. My life is found in You. My life is Yours.”
Author: Yunhee Munoz
Yunhee Munoz was born and grew up in South Korea and came to the United States at age 27. After graduating from college in Korea, she worked as an editor for a magazine publisher. She is a wife and a mother of two boys. She currently works as a Korean interpreter.
With God-given passion, Yunhee reaches out to lonely people who are struggling from illnesses in her local community, shares the gospel with them, and prays for healing. She lives by the grace of God every day. She is not interested in anything else on earth but serving the Lord and declaring His works.
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