The first dream seemed to be about the post Civil War era, though everything seemed modern. In the dream the North was forcing the South to remove their outer clothing. They gave them nothing in return for the outerwear, but somehow, “generic” clothing appeared.
The second dream appeared to take place somewhere in the mountains of Europe. As I walked out of this mountaintop castle, I found myself watching a huge trailered yacht released and moving down the hillside. As it gained speed there was a large military vehicle that also sat on a trailer. The weight, size and speed of the yacht began to slowly push the military rig towards the river.
The third dream appeared to occur in Eastern Europe. It was “dark” and heavy with hopelessness. As I wandered around I found myself disarming various weapons and explosives. Knowledge seemed to form on each unique challenge. The air was rife with gunfire, but the longer I stayed the less I heard til it was quiet.
Each dream seemed to intersect the next. Some seemed to be “real” while others were clearly dreams.
The first indicated to me two things. One, was the fighting amongst “brothers”. The Civil War in the United States often brought strife and war to families. Families were often in arms against one another. The second piece of this was the shame brought by one side to another indicated by the removal of outer clothing.
The second carried this thinking. Even in “rest” we can be in motion. The yacht represented the “life” that God designed (Not the “Caddies, condos and cabin cruiser” thinking.), a life of freedom and “luxuriant” (Defined as a state of comfort and “extravagant” living. Abundance. ) living. God offered the promised land. The “weapons of our warfare” were not designed for earthly battles. The militaristic thinking of family is being initiated as the removal of the large weapons vehicle indicated. Boats move best in the water. There is a river of life for His people.
The third is the removal of the hopelessness that is encountered. When the air is filled with hopelessness “everything” is a battle. Our job is to quell the enemies of our mind. Those enemies within are domestic terrorists!
I see a move of God’s people serving Him out of the fullness of their relationship and an understanding of His love for them. To love another you must first love yourself. A move where we do not polarize over stuff, but we practice “love one another” that they might know we are Christians by our love. To restore hope, to remove shame.
In the coming days I believe many will not “pick” a side but will reach out and bridge the lines of injustice, restoring value and honor (Seeing others as God sees them! Recognizing the glory of God with in them.) and walking with them armed (arms linked!) for the work against the true enemy who seeks to kill and destroy.
There will be a full understanding of the need for the river! As each person walks from shame and despair, has their hope restored and enters His rest and His peace, the kingdom grows greater, grows stronger and the dominion of the King is received!