The Wondrous Mystery of Dreams

A while back I wrote this, which pretty much no one read. Then, this morning, a woman from Kenya wrote me to say:

“Hi. I had a dream last night that a pastor Lunalo came to preach in Kenya. He preached on a message and the whole street was paying attention to him. Unfortunately, I woke up in a start and forgot the message. I just decided to check out the website, and trust me, this is a miracle that he actually exists. I will be praying very hard for him and hope both Rick and Lunalo’s dreams come to pass. God bless you both eternally.”

My wife just woke up from a nap; I’m outta  here. But can you believe this?

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  • Greta Sheppard

    It is believable, John . . . very believable! One should journal their dreams, making note of the date and time and whether they're in color or black and white. No kidding! If it's in color it means the present/future. Black and white usually indicates the past. John Paul Jackson has written an excellent book on dreams. God often used dreams to speak to the prophets. One thing for sure, it is gratifying when you see them come to pass! Dream on, bruthah!


  • poetryman69

    blessings to you as well

  • Latoya

    Quite beleivable. The Lord reveals things to us in dreams all the time. It’s just one of the ways He talks to us