Dream for December 2020 [Something Had Happened] – Transcript September 24, 2020
Between Friday August 28th and
Thursday September 4th
I had a series of glimpses and dreams
that got longer each night…
but I saw the calendar December. and I
saw a finger underline
slowly and like it was pushing slowly
underline the name December.
then it flipped over to January and then
underlined it just as slow and was
first thing I saw was long food lines. I
saw people waiting for what seemed like
and they were standing in line and not
in cars. and I saw this
throughout the nation. I saw
ships in ports on both east and the west
coast they were just sitting idle. there
moving at sea nothing. I saw a headline
that said the Baltic dry index is dead.
they said that nothing was moving in
trade around the world.
and one thing I noted there were no
Christmas lights, this was December, there
were no holiday displays there were no
mentioned. no Christmas lights. no
Christmas displays. no Santa Claus. no
Easter. no Christmas type things going
on at all.
it was a great sadness over the land.
people seemed very dazed and they seemed
but there were Christians who stood out
because they had faith they had hope in
Christ. and they appeared like
they looked like burning charcoal and
they were carrying torches wherever they
and a lot of people rejected their
they kept their faith they didn’t back
down from telling people about Jesus.
and they kept telling people that they
desperately need Jesus at that moment.
it was “you need Jesus now. you need Jesus
you need Jesus now. don’t wait. you
don’t have tomorrow. you need Jesus now.”
and a lot of it was rejected but there
were some that were coming and
surrendering and praying and being saved
in the dream.
I saw what looked like shopping malls that
had been converted into shelters
or living quarters. it reminded me of hurricane Katrina when it came
and the football stadium.
the businesses in those malls were
shuttered but I saw people
on cots and I saw food outreach things
going on. I saw
people who were misplaced.
this was not like a homeless shelter.
this was like
something that happened that people were
I continued to see shuttered properties.
I saw people in homes who were wearing
coats while the windows they were looking
at closed curtains. and
that’s been a consistent thing in the
inside their homes looking at what’s
and I looked and people were looking
out the curtains. the curtains came
back far enough that I could see
more of the snow like stuff that was on
the road. it was dingy. it was dark. it
it wasn’t white pure snow like after a
first fresh snowfall.
I saw headlines. It said “nationwide
outages plagued the southwest.”
another headline that said “Americans
don’t know who to blame for darkness.”
and some of the darkness in the areas it
stretched into Canada.
it was north. it wasn’t everywhere.
but I saw America as lights
and it was like I saw the whole
outline of the United States America
including Alaska and Hawaii.
and it was like right before a light goes out,
it flickers, it starts flashing. that was
what it looked like. it was like America
a light bulb about to go out.
I saw vultures. I saw vultures with food
hanging out their mouth. these vultures
were heavy. a word I don’t like to use is
the word fat but these vultures were fat.
and they had rotting food hanging out of
I saw depression
as a figure, as a creature.
and it had a face mask
on with a smile but it was
choking people, pushing them down the
then I saw the St. Louis arch. and I saw
under the St. Louis arch in very very
expensive business suits.
all of them had very expensive watches.
and at their feet were these
briefcases, larger than briefcases. almost
like …it reminded me of like a nuclear
suitcase, a nuclear briefcase, that they
talked about in the 80’s.
and suddenly all of their alarms went
off at the same time and they hid them.
and they grabbed the briefcase and
they got into these black SUVs. and of
course the Mississippi river
goes right through [the middle] there, it divides the country. and I saw them get into black SUVs and they went east,
and they were they were going all over
each of them had a wall street journal
newspaper under their arms and they had
sunglasses. the next headlines that I
read were about market crashes,
about yields being lost.
and one of the headlines
declared sympathy for the swastika.
I saw tired crowds. I saw tired people. I
saw many who had lost the
resolve to fight due to the
emotional overcast of the nation.
and I heard Christians, that group of
Christians that was going around with
hope, I heard them saying that they
remember what Jesus
had said about the winter and having to
flee in winter,
but they kept encouraging one another with
faith. I saw lights all over the country. I knew
and I knew these lights were
churches. whether they were
churches like we think of today or
whether they were
house churches. I felt in my
spirit, I did not hear this, but felt as I
was watching this that these churches
warmth and hope in their communities.
that white figure rose up out of one of
and he said “brace yourself,
brace, brace, brace yourself
on the Word and my promises and do not
rely on your own strength.”