Nicole (16 Jan 2012)
"Wow Brother Patrick
in the Phillipines does a study that parallels my dream"
OK WOW, brother Patrick in the
Philippines talks about getting out of the boat like Peter and
walking on the sea to Jesus and having a higher faith. And even if we sink a
little bit, to keep going on.
WOW WOW WOW. Remember my dream?
Nicole (11 Jan 2012)
"Dream of What it
takes to make it to the Rapture"
Last night I had a dream where I was
standing with a bunch of people at the edge of a
cliff. And we all saw that the Earth was shaking
violently and if we did not jump off this cliff, then we would
be stuck there with no rescue. And it took
faith to jump off this cliff, I mean a kind of faith that was
like walking out on your job with no prospects kind of
faith. And the ground that was below the cliff was
not too far down, however the ground was cracking in many
locations and you had to jump from one area of ground to the
next while the ground was swaying like waves of
water. Every jump had to be planned out so
that you did not fall into the Earth. It was pretty
At the end of jumping from piece of earth to the next piece of
earth for a long time, finally there was this fence of
safety. And everyone who came with me were sighing
with relief, like they expected it to be smooth
sailing. But then I looked on the other side of the
fence and I yelled, BRACE for IMPACT. There were
HUGE tsunami waves that were coming, and not just one mind
you. There were 10 coming. As each wave
came I yelled, hold your breath and hold to the
fence! Finally the waves of testing and
spiritual warfare stopped and most everyone gave
up. I was so exhausted but then I saw that
over the fence there was a sea and no land in sight.
I was like, what is this? Where do I go
now? There is no rescue? Where is
home? And I was very troubled and cried in anguish
because I felt like I was trapped at the fence. Were
the tsunami waves going to keep coming and I was going to
then I took a leap of faith again and I jumped over the fence
and swam on my back through this sea. As I was
swimming it was VERY, VERY muddy. It was very
difficult to swim in and once I started sinking and I thought
I was going to drown in the mud.
Finally I got to this huge wall of stone with a little
ledge. I did not see that before and then I shook
myself off from the mud. I was able to go on the
side of the wall and climb and I could actually see
over. It was HOME! All of a
sudden, the stone wall opened like a door on the left side of
the wall. And I walked through and I went into my
Only a very few people swam with me through the mud.
Most had given up when the waves started coming.
They had thought that the earthquakes were all they had to go
through and were angry they were being tested so.
Bottom line: The leap of faith off the cliff is what it
takes to believe in salvation and the rapture. And
it is not a quasi, lets wait and see what happens kind of
faith. It is a do or die mentality. And
then getting through the earthquake land that is swaying is
trying to jump from piece of land to piece of land is navigating
through all the things happening on the Earth. Maybe some
people had to move to a new city, a new job, become a watcher
and do things that seem REALLY bizarre to their
family. But if they hadn't they would have
perished where they were. And then the Fence is
Jesus, He wants us to hold on to Him. The tsunami
waves are tests to see how strong our faith is. It
also includes spiritual warfare and mockery.
The muddy water is the drudgery it feels to make it through the
daily life while knowing that the rapture is almost
here. It feels like we are swimming in the mud until
there is no end, that the years keep passing with no
rapture. But this ledge of safety, it is the
rapture. The open door through the wall is the
entrance to Heaven and only Jesus opens the
In my dream I knew that the faithful, the watchers have made it
past the fence and the tsunami waves. We are now
swimming through the mud to the ledge, but yet we cannot gauge
when it is time to stop swimming. Don't stop