Earlier this afternoon, I saw something that upset me greatly. It upset me so much that it made me cry. After I stopped crying, I took a nap. I have always had this re-occurring dream. I’m on a VERY long bridge and I’m lost. It always seems as though I’m about to drown on this bridge-water dream, sometimes the water rises very high and I wake up startled or sometimes the bridge runs out and I wake up startled because I’m about to plunge into the water. I’m surrounded by water (the ocean) and there is never another car on the road. Oh yeah, I was driving in the dream and always get lost. Just when I thought I was about to drown in the dream, I see this building ahead and I stop and ask three Gentile men in the building, who seemed to be maintaining the bridge, on how to turn around. They tell me how to turn around to get where I am going then I wake up.
Y’all know that water, oceans or the sea represents people and I do think that bridge…and I’m always on this bridge, represents a journey, a very long journey…but I still have not figured this dream out completely. Why does Yah keep sending me this dream?
Iyob said….I have treasured the words of His mouth more than my necessary food (or more than my daily bread). HalleluYah. Iyob 23:12.
*Thanks for pointing out that this is one of the beatitudes (or 8 blessings, characteristics) that a righteous person will display. Yah’s Set-apart Spirit is awesome and is working in all of us! HalleluYah!
Hey y’all. I have been M.I.A for a few weeks but I have been thinking about y’all. I heard Kendrick Lamar has a song out called “YAH” and that he knows that he is an Israylite however I have not heard the song yet. Speaking of Israylites, I saw on the internet that some Israylite congregations don’t want to be called “HEBREW Israylites” just “Israylites” because they don’t want to be associated with those that hang on the corner that hate the Gentiles. Do you have any thoughts about that?
Did you know that there is a translation of the bible called “Cepher”? Cepher means divine in Hebrew. From what I read…this translation uses Yahshua but for the Most High’s name it uses Yahuwah, which we know is not correct. Just wondered if any of you knew that. Yesterday, I bought a new book (insert studious smiley with the glasses here). Study y’all.