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Ruin of the Chaldeans – Nov 25, 2015

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On November 25, 2015, at 1:19a.m., I came out of a dream to find myself standing with a woman overlooking a barren land.  I was watching a hand full of people huddled over what appeared to be a rain barrel.  They stood in a circle in the dark.  It was a shocking site.  There was nothing left of this place.  I looked at the container and thought something must have happened to the water.  The woman said, “They are about to ruin the cal oo ease.”  I said, “Really?”  She replied, “Yeah, there’ll be nothing left.”  That was all of it.  It must have lasted no more than five seconds.  I went to my bible and looked up everything that had that sound.  I got on the Internet and looked up foreign words.  I finally asked the Lord to let me know what it was if it was important and I went back to bed.  As soon as I woke the next morning the word ‘Chaldeans’ came to me.  It was pronounced to me with a K sound, so I had been looking up words with the K or C sound.  I had not looked up anything beginning with Ch.  I found Isaiah 47.  (The greatest of the ruin threatened that Babylon should be brought down to the dust).

As with other things, I would open my bible for nights and see verses on the Chaldeans.  November 26, 2015, at 4:44 am, I opened my bible to II Kings 8-10 speaking of Chaldeans.  The 27th at 3:23am, Jeremiah 39:7-8 Chaldeans. The 28th at 2:45am, Isaiah 58:12 again.  The 29th, at 11:23am, Revelations 16 again – Chaldees.

I had been waking in the night to get up and read.  The verses were speaking to me.  It was incredible.  In Revelation words would pop out at me.  ‘…blessed is he that keepeth the sayings of the prophesy of this book.  Seal not the sayings, time is at hand.’

At this time I was still unsure about talking to people about these things.  On November 1, 2015, at 2:31am, I woke.  As had become customary, I took my bible to another room.  I opened it to I Corinthians 14:5 ‘Prophesying serveth for them which believe.  Let the prophets speak two or three and let the other judge.’  (to make it clear, I am not a prophet)

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