On October 6 2015, I had two dreams in the fourth watch of the night. In the first dream, I was sitting behind a car on its right. It was a large area and brightly lit. I knew I was there for the purpose of imparting and speaking to the driver of the car, so I got up and walked over to the car and tapped on the right rear window.
Inside the vehicle were four women. I said to the driver, “I need to speak to you.”
So she got out of the car and walked around the front to meet me on the right side. As she approached, I could she slight blemishes on her skin. I also knew things about her. She perceived what I was seeing and it made her feel uneasy. I gave her a hug and when I did, God imparted something to her, showing her what was going to happen and what He wanted her to say as a leader in her church. As she was receiving the impartations, she groaned with a big sigh.
The second dream was almost the same, but I was standing face to face with a man. I could see his blemishes, but as I spoke to him his skin became clearer.
I believe these dreams reveal God’s plans for His people in these last days, giving us opportunities through the five-fold ministry of the Holy Spirit to operate in new roles, which He will make very clear to us.
Vehicles can symbolize ministries. Since I approached the woman in her vehicle, it could represent how God will give us assignments to seek out errant ministries and churches to help them get back on course. We will see their blemishes, which represent their flaws, but we will not draw attention to them. Instead, we will come up behind them in support, which is necessary for the equipping of the remnant body to bring in the harvest. Christ in us will impart to them what they need and will clear away their blemishes. Through the Holy Spirit and with His grace, we will prepare the bride so she is without spot or wrinkle.
Author: Bob Foisel
Bob Foisel is a resident of SW Colorado. He has worked as an auto mechanic and business owner. He has seen God perform many healings and miracles, right in the work place. He has been married 38 years to his wife Carrie. They have four sons and two grandchildren.
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