I believe that dreams are just dreams some days but other times, dreams are given to us because a message needs to be delivered. I have a pretty good idea of the message in my dream last night but I want other to weight in. This is my dream:
Chief & I were leaving dinner with a few friends. Some I could see their faces and other I could not. On the way out of the restaurant, Chief and I were discussing the fact that we’d missed a friend’s birthday and he was suggesting that we head to Macy’s to look for a present. As he’s talking, I look up at the moon and it was shining SO bright and brilliant–nearly blinding. It was so gigantic and close as if I could reach up and touch it but as I looked closer, I could see that there was something boiling and bubbling underneath the moon’s surface.
As I was about to say something to Chief to tell him to look, the moon went completely black and the Earth fell completely still and quiet. Seconds later, there was a loud bang and the moon exploded. Bits of the moon fell down to the earth as fire balls. Complete chaos broke out around me but I stood still next to Chief as the pieces of moon pounded the earth like asteroids.
I looked up again into the sky and there was a small hole rimmed with gold that began to open wide and then tore the sky open. Out of the hole and descending to the earth was a fiery whip. Random balls of fire spewed from the hole and the whip slashed all those that tried to run for cover.
I was fearful at first but then a gentle voice inside of me said “Don’t be afraid.” I then started jumping up and down looking into the sky saying “Thank You, Jesus! Thank You, Jesus!” Chief was still standing next to me in awe and I closed my eyes and said to him in the calmest voice. “It’s happening, babe. Just like the Bible said.”
Then I woke up and it’s not as if I was trying to wake up but it seemed as though I was pulled out of the state of sleep because I was only being given a preview of what may come. I believe that God is SPEAKING.
What do you think about the dream? Believers and non, weigh in.