Archive for May 2016

A Dream about Donald Trump   55 comments

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Donald Trump

Dreams from the LORD 2011-2016
25 May 2016

Last night I had a dream where I was driving this tractor-trailer.  Sitting in the cab of the truck with me was Donald Trump.  We were hauling heavy equipment.  We couldn’t find a place to park the tractor-trailer, so I drove to this lot next to this job site and parked it there.  I told Donald Trump that I had parked trucks there before.  The owner of the lot walked up to our truck and I asked him if I could park our tractor-trailer there for a short while.  He said it would be all right to park it there for a few days.

Another dream about Donald Trump:

Dreams from the LORD 2011-2016
20 September 2016

Last night I had a dream where I saw Donald Trump dressed in a business suit sitting comfortably on top of this bed. He was surrounded by many people—they looked like reporters. Trump was casually talking to the reporters.

I believe this dream means that Trump will easily win the election in November.

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A Dream About Trump & Protesters

Last night I had a dream where I saw Donald Trump standing on a large rock or boulder. Surrounding him were protesters with signs. While I did not see what the individual signs were saying, I did get the sense that they were statements and accusations against the president. Then I saw a whirlwind come out of nowhere. I watched as it picked up the protesters along with their signs and spun them around. President Trump, however, was not affected and stayed standing on the large boulder. When the whirlwind dissipated I saw that the protesters signs had disappeared and also their clothing so that they were naked as well. Now instead of protesting and hurling accusations at the president they were desperately trying to cover their nakedness but not succeeding.

As with any dream I post, take this to the Lord in prayer. [24 October 2018]

–Tony Puccio,
from the blog My Dreams and Visions

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Trump Prophecies 2006-2015

ObamaGate – ItalyGate

Revd John Kilpatrick: apolitical prophecy in His Presence
As regards Leaders . . . “the Lord looketh on the heart.”
Dream regarding United States election–Call to Prayer!
God and Donald Trump (Nita Johnson)
Vladimir Putin on Barack Obama
A History Lesson: Colonel Isaac Barre
Quotes from Thomas Jefferson
Some Quotes from Range Magazine
The Trump Paradigm

Exposed
Reuters cuts feed just as Donald Trump is being blessed by Bishop Jackson

Donald Trump and Henry Gruver prophetic vision!
John Paul Jackson and President Donald Trump

Dr. Ben Carson:  “I’m Proud to Support Donald Trump”
Donald Trump for President
Donald Trump is a Friend of Israel
Hillary Clinton in JAIL
Two Dreams with Donald Trump
God appoints our leaders, including Donald Trump

The Snare of the Fowler
The Genius of Trump’s Tweets
A ‘now’ word on President Trump from the UK

The Fighter
Why Disrespecting the President Will Bring Punishment from God
A Dream About Trump & Protesters
The Death of Hillary Clinton
RIPPING HISTORY:  Nancy Pelosi Broke the Law during State of the Union
Robert Henderson’s Four Dreams about President Trump
Dethroning Evil – Prophetic Word from Mark Taylor

A Room With Many Windows

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Johnny Enlow:  The Return of Cyrus!

Josephus on Cyrus, King of the Persians

Herodotus on Cyrus’ capture of Babylon

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[Donald Trump is a combination of Teddy Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, General George S. Patton and Ronald Reagan.]

“Trump’s wrecking a whole generation of Democratic governors who might otherwise have been presidential or vice-presidential timber, simply by letting them run things as they see fit.”

–Glenn Reynolds, Instapundit (6 May 2020)

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George S. Patton at the Virginia Military Institute, 1907. Patton looks like Donald Trump.

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The Difference a Sojourner’s Lifestyle Makes to Settlers   4 comments

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A Stranger and a Pilgrim on the Earth

This is from the ChosenRebel’s Blog:

Today: The effect of a sojourners lifestyle on settlers

This disquiets the settler. He or she believes in Christ but still looks for fulfillment and joy in things, and experiences, and accomplishments, rather than in Christ himself—in the gifts of the Christ rather than the person of Christ. The settler often doesn’t like many of those called into the sojourner’s company. True sojourners generally do not come from “polite company,” and so they are often deemed a threat to the “security/comfort/convenience” crowd.

1 Corinthians 1:26-29
For consider your calling, brethren, that there were not many wise according to the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble; but God has chosen the foolish things of the world to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak things of the world to shame the things which are strong, and the base things of the world and the despised God has chosen, the things that are not, so that He may nullify the things that are, so that no man may boast before God.

1 Corinthians 6:9-11
Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals, nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, will inherit the kingdom of God. Such were some of you; but you were washed, but you were sanctified, but you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and in the Spirit of our God.

The settler doesn’t always enjoy the company of the sojourner. They threaten his security. Their past lives frighten him and make him uncomfortable. Their tattoos and piercings and hair color and clothing and dysfunctional pasts are messy and unfamiliar. And the radical nature of their fervor for Christ, their willingness to live for anything other than comfort and security and convenience intimidates the settler’s cozy apathy. He has paid his dues. He wants a nice secure, peaceful homestead with predictable, if boring, neighbors, to live out his days.

“Why do you spend all your time with the likes of them?” he says (in his heart) but rarely out loud to the sojourner.

“I was once one of them, (and so where you if you only saw yourself rightly)” the sojourner replies, “but God has made us a happy band of travelers and promised us the riches of His presence. Come, join with us and live for the Master’s glory rather than your comforts. You won’t believe the freedom you find from the things you leave behind.[1] And your experience of His comfort will be far more secure than all that you try to build without Him.”

The sojourner knows that one day, we will all gather round His table, one family, one great people of God, united not by color or culture, nor by geography or party, not by musical preference or liturgical form, but by this one simple fact—we have been called into a sojourning family—the Bible says we are a new race, a new family of God (1 Peter 2:9). We were called into a family and a relationship we didn’t deserve by a God we didn’t love, to be a witness to a world we are sojourning through rather than settling in.

We can never forget Hebrews 11:13:

(Speaking of all the OT saints of God)
All these died in faith, without receiving the promises, but having seen them and having welcomed them from a distance, and having confessed that they were strangers and exiles on the earth.

That is our destiny—strangers and sojourners now, but promise receivers with all the saints who have gone before and who will come after.

Why is this so important? Because: Only sojourners will risk everything all the time. Settlers will risk some things some times, and that, always and only after much deliberation and calculation. And the risk that he takes will always be weighed out against the amount of security, comfort and convenience that he will have to give up.

But sojourners will risk everything wherever and whenever it is asked of them by the Master. Their treasure is not in their settlement but in heaven. The struggle therefore, is for believers in Christ to fight the temptation to slip out of a sojourner mentality and into a settler mentality. It is a struggle that most of us lose every day. But it is a war that we must wage if we are to remain faithful to the Lord of Glory.

Congregations and individual Christians, living as settlers, will never inconvenience themselves in credible, sacrificial ways for those who are unlike them (ethnic peoples and cultures) because it is too big a challenge to their security, comfort, and convenience. Denominations and churches with a settler mentality will never sacrifice their places of honor in the community to speak out prophetically because their honor might be besmirched and jeopardized if they ruffle the wrong feathers.

We Are Sojourners and Pilgrims on Earth

When the Mantle Covers   3 comments

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Elisha Plowing

This is from the blog Bulletins from Baxter:

When Elijah draped his mantle over the shoulders of Elisha, Elisha startled Elijah as much as Elijah startled Elisha!

By now Elijah might have been expected to be shockproof. He had battled victoriously with the 400 prophets of Baal and he had fled a woman’s wrath. The Juniper Tree Experience was fresh behind him. But there God had laid three unusual duties upon him. One –anoint a new king in Syria and another in Israel and “Anoint Elisha to be prophet in your place.”

When Elijah reached the farm where Elisha was plowing, he went out into the field and in a very significant but simple ceremony, he draped his old leather mantle over the shoulder of Elisha. Elisha immediately grasped the significance –he had been chosen to succeed Elijah.

What surprises God has in store for those who minister in his service. I don’t know what Elijah thought would happen there that day, but he seemed a bit surprised that his action was taken so seriously.

Elisha wanted only to go and say his goodbyes. Elijah cried, “Go back again, for what have I done to you.”

Elisha did an astounding thing: he killed the oxen he was using to plow. He boiled their flesh for food WITH THE YOKES BEING THE FIREWOOD! Then he fed the gathered people. Even Simon Peter did not burn his boat! He just left it. Elisha built immediate finality into his decision.

That’s the key to Elisha’s coming success, he made a one-hundred-percent-decision when he surrendered to God’s plans for him. It is no wonder he later received a “double portion of Elijah’s spirit.”  BL

Scribes and Prophets
Why did the Prophet Elisha curse the “youths” for making fun of his baldness (2 Kings 2:23-24)?

Posted May 16, 2016 by Tim Shey in Uncategorized

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