On the night of February 12, 2017, I had a short dream. I had been asking God to help me prepare my heart and mind for what is to come, so this dream is significant to me. I specifically asked that He share with me any details of coming events that He feels I need to know.
In this dream, I walked into a Burger King as night was falling. Inside were two employees and the manager. As I walked in, the manager turned off the display board that showed the menu items. She then proceeded to turn off all the front lobby lights and walked out the front door. She ripped the sign off the front, and violently stuffed it into a large trash can. Then she locked the door and walked away. What struck me was the rage and anger emanating from her, her disregard for anyone but herself, and her barely suppressed need to be destructive.
I recognized her two employees as former direct reports at my past employer. They looked at me in confusion as asked, “What just happened? What are we supposed to do?”
I answered, “Well, everything is closed. You are going to have to trust God for everything.”
So, as we started leaving, going out the back of the building, I noticed a hall of offices with half walls and half glass partitions separating each one. The people in the offices frantically looked at their computers, went through their paper files and exclaimed, “What are we going to do? It’s all gone. We have nothing, the accounts are empty.”
There was a feeling of panic and despair at a level I had never experienced.
The two employees and I kept walking. One of them piped up, “Maybe we can stop at the bank on our way home.”
As we reached their two cars, I shook my head and said, “You don’t’ understand. EVERYTHING is closed!”
They both looked at me with eyes big as saucers and I could see the panic setting in. Then they asked again, “What are we going to do?”
I repeated, “You will have to trust God for everything.”
Their two vehicles were the only ones in the parking lot and my car was about a football field away. I asked if one of them could drop me off at my car on their way out. They shook their heads no and, in a full blown panic, said that they had to get to the bank and the grocery store. Then they got into their cars and drove away. I stood in the cold, empty parking lot, alone. End of dream.
After praying about the meaning of the dream, the Holy Spirit revealed to me the societal structure we have come to rely on will somehow break down. Commerce will cease in everyday life. That’s why “everything was closed”.
We will have to rely on God for things we need. We may have food, guns, ammo, medical supplies, and other things stored, but as we share and things run out, the MOST HIGH will be our only supply.
The dream took place as night was falling. The Holy Spirit used the following verse to relay the meaning as follows:
I must do the works of Him who sent Me while it is day. Night is coming when no one can work. (John 9:4)
The angry manager represented the general disposition of the lost world who does not know Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. They will be exceedingly angry, raging with violence, having no regard for anyone but themselves. Those in their care will be discarded and left to fend for themselves.
The two employees represented the people who will be willing to listen to the Good News of salvation and consider turning to Christ during this time of great trouble. They will be slow to embrace the message, but they will listen. We are to use our influence for God’s glory during this time and be careful not to lead men astray with our earthly wisdom. We must speak God’s word to the panic-stricken, those hurting and in despair.
The workers in the back office represented the power and money system. They will be frantic and in shock behind the scenes even as everything quietly shuts down and people are told to go home from their jobs.
Burger King represents the last tier of the economic structure to close because it is the LAST place that I would go. I really dislike their food, so it is not a viable choice of sustenance for me. The Holy Spirit used this imagery because it stuck out to me in detail so I am unlikely to forget it.
As I was left alone in the parking lot, I was made to understand that ultimately we will be alone through this because only our personal relationship with God will get us through. We cannot rely on anyone to “carry” us. I was given the following scriptures for comfort. His promises are true!
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths. (Proverbs 3:5-6)
He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. (Psalm 91:1)
Let your lives be without love of money, and be content with the things you have. For He has said: “I will never leave you, nor forsake you.” (Hebrews 13:5)
Author: Reenie Miles
Reenie Miles received Yeshua as her Savior and Lord at age seven. In 2003, she was married and they have four children. In 2014, she received a dream revealing her calling to minister to those who would come seeking food, shelter, and refuge from a future calamity. Her calling fits well with her gifts, which are mostly administrative in nature. To that end, God moved her and her family out of a major city and relocated them in rural America where they are preparing for the days ahead, as God directs and guides.
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