PROPHETIC DREAM: Emergency call from New York to the world

On Thursday I woke from an interesting dream that I believe is a prophetic picture of what we are experiencing now throughout the world.

I dreamed I was in New York visiting a friend. We were about to begin a prayer meeting in a high rise building when all of a sudden a very loud, ear-piercing alarm resounded throughout the building.

A voice over a PA system said “It appears the emergency is real. Please run. EVERYONE RUN!”

People looked around for confirmation and then bolted for the exits in an almighty stampede. Not knowing if it was fire, bomb, hurricane, earthquake or some other threat that happens over there, I told my daughter to run ahead of us.

We lost her in the crowd running down the stairs and I realised it wasn’t just an emergency inside the building, but the whole city was running, along with the rest of the world!

Fear and panic had gripped the entire globe. I waited for the usual “emergency stand down” announcement but it never came. People just eventually stopped running.

I awoke to God revealing the interpretation…

It was quite clear to me that this was the covid19 virus that has caused a shake up across the world. It was an unknown and unfamiliar emergency when the sirens began ringing out. The loud speaker announcement is representative of the media telling us to run, bringing panic and chaos.

The thing about this dream that I couldn’t shake was the fact that the code/emergency was never stood down.

I believe that although people are still at a heightened level of response, it is up to us to stop running! We may never hear the media saying the threat is “stood down” and safe to resume normal activities again.

Shake off fear, shake off ‘fight or flight’ response, give someone a hug and walk in obedience to what God is saying to you.

The emergence of house worship

Have you noticed that quite suddenly we have gone from attending church services and worship gatherings in buildings, to now finding ourselves worshiping in our living rooms, on our own with God?

Is this frightening to you? No one to tell you when to sit, stand, yell out or high five someone? No one to see how you diligently serve in church or watch you respond by lifting your hands?

Well, God has been preparing me for some time now to “make my house, His house”, to create a place for Him to dwell. To stir up His presence and see His glory manifest in my humble dwelling.

Our family worship times have been the most gloriously uplifting and satisfying as we dance before the Lord, praying and waiting on Him.

What if we are transitioning into something greater? What if this time of so called ‘restriction’ is causing us to rely on the pure presence and glory of God?

Our homes are becoming His homes. From these places of worship we will see a mighty move of God that will spread from house to house across our nation.

Ask the Lord to make your house His dwelling place and expect a fresh visitation.

How can I help?

Romans 15:1‭-‬5 MSG
Those of us who are strong and able in the faith need to step in and lend a hand to those who falter, and not just do what is most convenient for us. Strength is for service, not status. Each one of us needs to look after the good of the people around us, asking ourselves, “How can I help?” That’s exactly what Jesus did. He didn’t make it easy for himself by avoiding people’s troubles, but waded right in and helped out. “I took on the troubles of the troubled,” is the way Scripture puts it.

Wow! What a time to be stepping up and asking God, “How can I help? Lord, who will you put on my heart today that needs assistance in these current uncertain times?”

If we will listen to the prompting of the Spirit of God, we can be led right toward those who need our help, finding that God has given us exactly what is needed to serve them.

Ask neighbours, friends and strangers how you can help them too. It may be something practical like groceries or a phone call, or it might be reassurance and prayer, healing or whatever else their particular situation requires.

Jesus went out of His way to assist us so we should continue to do the same. Look for opportunities. Expect God to do miracles wherever He sends you. Keep planting in this time and later on you will reap such a great harvest for the Kingdom of God!

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