A City with Broken-Down Walls   4 comments


Nehemiah and the broken-down walls of Jerusalem

Dreams from the LORD 2007-2010
6 April 2009

Last night I had a dream where I was in this medieval city which had broken-down walls. The city looked like one of those German cities that was bombed out by the Allies in World War II. Some of the buildings were standing, but mostly the city looked desolate. Most of the buildings were broken-down and the walls of the city were in great disrepair.

Queen Elizabeth I of England (1558-1603) was the reigning monarch of this city. I spoke to her for a while. She was leaving the city because her reign was coming to an end. I was in the city because I was going to be King.*

Queen Elizabeth was riding around in what looked like a medieval tank. It was made out of wood; it looked like a heavily built boat with tank treads. This tank had a flag waving from a small mast.

I walked through the city and was overseeing the rebuilding of the walls that surrounded the city. There was going to be an invasion. I could see Queen Elizabeth riding in her tank through the city in the distance. It seemed like very few people were living in the city.

This dream is very significant. I have said for a while that world history pivots on two time periods.

The first time period, was the ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ—and probably at least the first century following the resurrection. The second time period, was what happened in England from 1558 to 1700: the rise of Queen Elizabeth I, the printing, circulation and reading of the Bible by the common man (King James Version, 1611), the rise of Puritan (John Milton), Independent and Quaker (George Fox, Isaac Penington) Christianity, the English Civil War, the English Republic, the English Bill of Rights (1689) and the Glorious Revolution.

We could be coming into the third important time period.

*Revelation 1: 6:  “And hath made us kings and priests unto God and his Father; to him be glory and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.”

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4 responses to “A City with Broken-Down Walls

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  1. Many thanks for drawing my attention to this most significant dream Tim and for linking into my transcript. Also appreciate your comments on my recent post and our attention to the Lord’s declaration to our sister Sharon of His starting a new cycle in history. Funnily enough (‘God-incidence’ again!) also yesterday I’d been corresponding with TE Hanna about early British church history and, online, about Emperor Constantine’s council at Nicaea (see his post at http://ofdustandkings.com/the-myth-of-nicaea/)

  2. Richard: Thank you for the link to “The Myth Of Nicaea”; that was a very interesting post.

  3. Pingback: A Dream of Prince Harry and England | The Road

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