I have always wondered how that after all the judgments described in Revelation people still refused to repent. Are we that hard of heart that we don’t want to bow down to God and instead choose destruction? Have you also pondered this and came up with your own reason about why that is? I admit, I never came to a conclusion about why people would still not repent. I guess I was too focused on trying to understand the Book of Revelation to even get that far.
During the week of August 16, 2021, I had a dream two nights in a row where I saw flooding, panic, and confusion. Later that week, there were some flash floods across Massachusetts and a friend who lives there describes scenes that brought my dreams to memory. I thought maybe my dreams were playing out and kept the matter in mind. That same week, flash floods in Tennessee killed abut 22 people and caused major damage. Though, with hurricane Ida bearing down on Louisiana, this did not get much coverage. I began to think even more on my dream and whether it had broader implications. Then came the disastrous impact of Ida from the Gulf all the way up to New York and New England. My dream was no longer just a dream — to me, it was prophetic, and I had no idea what to do with it.(more…)
“But now, Adonai, You are our Father. We are the clay and You are our potter, we are all the work of Your hand.”(Isaiah 64:7)
Do you have a special gift or prophetic calling? How have you used it and who is the object of praise when you have a successful showing of your talent. The prophet Isaiah acknowledged that we are all created by God. He fashioned us with unique gifts and talents and gives us freedom to do with them as we wish; even though His will is for us to glorify Him—to invest our talents in His kingdom, which is clear for us to see in the parable of the talents (Matthew 25:14-30).(more…)