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The dream that did not come true
It was a test.
The other night I had a very vivid dream. Whenever that happens it is a premonition of an event that always happens two to three days later.
In the dream I was talking with a woman about a financial transaction. She said that she was going to give me a good deal. Then she walked outside and sneered to someone that she intended to make a sucker out of me.
That morning a tex message was received where a woman wanted to make a certain transaction with me and I knew she was trying to make a sucker out of me because has tried it numerous times in the past. I was angry and vowed to not talk with her.
Then The Holy Spirit came to me in a soft voice and reminded me that every morning I say ‘Not my will, but Thy will be done today Lord.’ and asked me ‘Did you ask God whether He wanted you to talk with this woman?’
Ashamed, I made a deal with God ‘Okay God, if I win at solitaire on the computer it will be taken as a sign not to talk with her.’ I lost. ‘Okay Lord, best two out of three?’ each time I lost for five straight games.
In frustration I agreed to abide by Gods decision but was going to do it begrudgingly. Again The Holy Spirit came in a soft whisper ‘Doesn’t God say to do so cheerfully?’ ‘Oh come on God’ I cried out in anguish ‘You know that is asking too much from me. Holy Spirit, it is not possible for me to do this, I need Your power.’
Then a feeling of calm enveloped me.
Do you think this was a lesson from God to ALWAYS ask Him first and to depend upon The Holy Spirit to provide the necessary power to accomplish the task?
The woman never called or showed up. Why do you think the woman never called or showed up?
Prayer: Thank you my beloved for the important lesson to always seek your guidance in all decisions before taking any action. Thank you Holy Spirit for reminding me to call upon Your limitless power and grace before and while facing difficult situations. I give thanks for this treasured gift from You in the name of Him who always walked in Your will, even up to Calvary, Jesus Christ. Amen.
May the sunshine of Jesus’ sweet love bless you today and every day.