Alison Pound’s recent word about detention camps for illegal immigrants reminded me of a dream my 11 year-old daughter had last year about President Trump and detention camps, which is shown below.
“I saw a huge pit. It looked as if a meteor had struck the ground to make the hole. There was a huge chain fence and brick wall all around the pit. Inside the walls, I saw guards standing around and other people who seemed like prisoners. I could tell they were Christians because one of them muttered that the music one of the guards was playing wasn’t Christian.
The prisoners were doing work – carrying boxes and setting them on shelves. They seemed brainwashed or like they didn’t really understand the situation they were in.
All of a sudden, four helicopters appeared, bringing more people into this facility. The newly arriving people were like the others – Christians who didn’t understand the situation at all.
Then Donald Trump came out of the lead helicopter and pushed the rest of the people inside and locked the door. He was dancing around and laughing and smiling at what had happened, like it was the best thing ever. He seemed like he was drunk. It was weird. I think he was possessed by a demon. He danced back to his helicopter.
Then the helicopters took off. As he was leaving, Donald Trump looked over the site and had an evil smirk on his face.”
Trump’s unspoken agenda may be to establish and legitimize government (FEMA) detention camps, which at some point will be used against American citizens.
Author: Michael Fisch
Michael Fisch lives in Idaho with his wife and two daughters. He believes we are living in the final days of this age and looks forward to the return of Jesus Christ, who is coming in glory to rule the earth righteously from Jerusalem. His favorite verse about these final days is Daniel 12:3: “Those who are wise will shine like the bright expanse of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness, like the stars forever and ever.”
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