Follow The Cloud   10 comments


This is from the blog My Dreams and Visions:

I’ve seen this vision for a while now so I am going to post it. Imagine, if you will, a church building that had been destroyed and this will show what I saw in the vision. The church lay in ruins, no roof overhead, walls crumbled, but some pews remained intact. I saw people there and at first glance one would want to commend them for their faithfulness. However, what i saw next changed my perspective. I saw a cloud moving away from the destroyed church building. There were a few, and let me reemphasize, a few saw the cloud and left while the majority stayed in the destroyed church building, I saw nothing else around, i.e., new church buildings. It was just the people who had chosen to follow the cloud wherever it was leading. The Israelites followed the cloud. When it moved, they moved. When it rested, they rested. Like the church building in my vision those refusing to follow the cloud would be left basically in the desert to fend for themselves. Following the cloud is imperative in these last days as we are headed into uncharted territory. Those in the destroyed church building, although the cloud was no longer there, stayed because it was a place they were familiar with. The cloud represents a walk of faith, a giving up the familiar and yielding to the unfamiliar. To not follow the cloud, is to be in rebellion, face famine of hearing God’s Word, His presence.

This vision started when I heard the Lord speak to my spirit saying the cloud is moving.


John 3: 8:  “The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.”

Romans 8: 14: “For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.”

II Corinthians 3: 6: “Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.”

Following The Cloud

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  1. ACE scriptural additions to Tony’s dream, especially as I often cite John 3:8 as being my ‘lead’-verse (HAA, just realised the pun!). So will reblog them with link – ta Tim.

    • Richard: It is a very important dream. Our lives should be the clear, refreshing waters of a running, mountain stream, not a stagnant body of swamp water. Our lives our always quickened by fresh revelation. If the Lord tells us to move away from dead churchianity and follow the leadings of the Holy Ghost, then so be it. Obedience is better than sacrifice.

  2. Very prophetic dream Tim! I still think about your Las Vegas dream….for real. God does speak! I had a vision of Tall houses crumbling…and the cross made of stone broken laying on the ground from a bad church.

    • Good to hear from you, JG. I hope things are going well with you and your family. It looks like the Lord is doing away with many things in the world system and in the worldly church system. I believe there will be more and more house churches. John Wesley used to preach in the open air; so didn’t George Fox. “We worship Him in Spirit and in truth” is not about big, man-made buildings or organizations. We need to stick to the simplicity that is in Christ. Being led by the Holy Ghost is not complicated. Take up your cross and follow me.

  3. This is very timely, even in my own life. I feel we are just following the cloud at the moment with no idea really where He will lead, but we just “join this chariot” and follow Him

    • Amen. The Lord is the great Commander-in-Chief: He has perfect vision; He sees past, present and future. We see through a glass darkly, so we need to put our trust in Him all the time. He will lead us to where we should go and where He will get the greatest glory.

      • Wow – recently I have been calling Him my Commander in Chief…

      • Belinda: It is good to know that we are on the same wavelength. The Lord is our Commander-in-Chief, especially now in the United States where the war in the heavenlies has now spilled out in the streets of our cities as physical warfare: riots, anarchy, looting, murder. Just in the past 24 hours I changed the background picture on my WordPress Gravatar and put these quotes on my profile:

        Jeremiah 51: 20: “Thou art my battle axe and weapons of war: for with thee will I break in pieces the nations, and with thee will I destroy kingdoms.”

        “The Civil War of the seventeenth century, in which Milton is a symbolic figure, has never been concluded. The Civil War is not ended: I question whether any civil war ever does end.”

        –T.S. Eliot, MILTON (1947)

        “Life without war is impossible either in nature or in grace. The basis of physical, mental, moral, and spiritual life is antagonism. This is the open fact of life.”

        –Oswald Chambers

        “Spiritual Christians look upon the world not as a playground, but as a battleground.”

        — A.W. Tozer

      • Amen – The Lord is a Man of war!!

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