I took this picture one morning and it brings a verse to mind. Psalms 119:105 kjv – Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.
On May 25, 2018, I had a dream with symbols in it, but I understood it. I had been praying and asking God how was I to pray and what I was calling the judgments. I had been given warning the hurricanes and fires were coming, then Hawaii.
In the dream I was offered a plate. There were different sizes of what appeared to be gum wrapped in its foil on the plate. I saw a middle piece, a couple small pieces, and a large piece. In thinking I was being offered a piece of gum and then the plate would be passed on to others, I decided to half the large piece and take half of it. I felt if I did that, then everybody would get closer to the same amount. I was trying to control or fix things so to be fair to everybody, which was saying the person that offered this plate wasn’t being fair.
I looked up and saw scripture. I asked what it was. I woke and Hosea 5:13 came to me. I always read the entire chapter or even the entire book to get an understanding of what I’m looking at.
After a few minutes, I went back to sleep and was offered the same plate again. This time the pieces of gum were between cracks. Two small pieces between two cracks, a middle piece between two cracks, and a large piece between two cracks. This time I was told not to take any of the pieces or I would set things off balance.
The plates are shifting and the cracks are fissures. The gum represents the just and fair judgments. We can’t and should not try to fix or control this.
So I now pray God’s will be done, I pray for repentence in the land, and I pray for protection for much more than just myself.
God is saddened and it is not His will that anyone suffer, but if judgments do not come about then the people will not turn away from their idols and false doctrines and cry out to Him. We may not see it as fair, but it’s our hearts saddened too. This is where our faith, hope, and trust kick in more than ever before. We know our God and we know He is faithful. It is not His will that anyone should perish through all eternity. He is worthy to be praised.
Proverbs 11:1 – A false balance is abomination to the Lord: but a just weight is His delight.