Be not afraid – March 2016


In March of 2016, I had a dream where I was driving over a bridge or dam and the clouds just came alive swirling around.  Tornadoes came down all over the place.  I knew we were going to be picked up.  I looked toward the back seat to check on my young granddaughter that lives with me.  She was very calm as she looked from the tornadoes to me.  There was nothing but calm and peace on her face.  We were picked up by the wind but it only lasted a minute before we were gently put back down again.  I continued to drive forward when I came to the end of the bridge or dam and had to go left or right.  Water like a raging river flooded the road I had to turn onto.  I knew it would take our breath away for a minute but we would be alright.  It took us on in and we floated along with the current.  For something to be so horrific, we felt so at peace and so much love.  No matter how the storm rages, we may see it with our eyes, but we won’t feel it with our hearts.  Our faith will carry us through.  God bless you Christian in your walk with the Lord.  End of dream.

It was months later that I opened the bible to Isaiah 43:2 and was reminded of this dream.  – When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee: when though walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee.  God will save us either from the fire and water or in it, but He will see us through.

Later I had a stroke and asked the Lord what He thought about it as I entered the ER.  I opened a bible on the table to 43:2.  God is so good to us.  He will never leave us nor forsake us in our hour of need.

Picture taken by me.

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