On May 8 2016, I dreamed I was with two officials who were taking me around to different public locations in a suburban city. They were showing me how vulnerable the locations were for attack.
Then the scene shifted and they took me into a crowed public library. People were sitting quietly at packed tables in study groups throughout the room. A tall man walked in with an assault rifle slung over his shoulder. He seemed to know the gentlemen I was with and he walked right over to us. He pointed out all the areas in the library that were vulnerable to attack. He showed us various groups who were studying and chatting quietly with friends. Not one person looked up and noticed that he was standing there with a large weapon over his shoulder openly. He explained there’s a plot to attack soft targets and kill many innocent people. Then the dream ended.
I just considered the dream and prayerfully put it in my pocket. However, last night I had another dream. I saw bombs were about to go off in different public schools in a suburban city around the same time. I was in one of the high schools and saw someone push the button that would eventually detonate the explosion. I rushed to escape, but as I drove out of the parking lot onto the street, there was pandemonium and mass evacuation in the community from another school in the area where they were evacuating for the same reason. I saw the faces of concerned parents driving away from another school with their children in the car. Then the dream ended.
This pattern caught my attention. With all that is going on in the political arena, it is easy to forget the diabolical plans of the enemy in our nation. I was shown multiple places that are vulnerable for attack. I believe these warnings were given as an invitation for the prayers of the saints. Although these soft target plots may already be in motion, behind the scenes, our prayers can soften the blow and perhaps spare many lives.
The Lord’s judgment is at hand. The question is, what are we going to do about it?
The end of all things is near. Therefore be alert and of sober mind so that you may pray. (1 Peter 4:7)