reply to post by DISRAELI
Disraeli - been following your work for a while now; enjoying the threads, plenty of food for thought. Regarding this thread - I agree in general
that Deadred's comment is the way we should approach life in general and in particular the end times.
However, I thought I'd share a dream I had last night - very brief, very simple - with a clear message. I was speaking with someone in the dream - I
remember nothing about the context, what we were doing etc, only one spoken line:
"Does Magna Carta mean nothing to you..? Did she die in vain..?"
Yup. That's the line, which you'll recognise as Tony Hancock's quote at the foot of your posts.
Now the Lord has done stuff like this before when passing on something important. The message wasn't Tony Hancock's quote - the Lord's message is
almost always 'higher' than first impression. So what is 'higher' (or 'above') the Hancock quote? Well, there's a quote from Isaiah situated
firmly above it in your signature.
"'Come, let us reason together' saith the Lord"
Now the message (I believe) is clear. In addressing the issue of the End Times, Armageddon etc - as expounded in your threads, hence the Lord's
direct inception in the dream of a quote from the Word used by your good self - it is an instruction to apply intellect, reasoning, and humility
before God. As in, we should know that our reasoning and intellect are useful, and gifts from the Lord - but that ultimately God's reasoning is
higher, and we should be cautious to seek Him first in all our endeavours.
So - let's not bury our talent; let's invest it in reason and discussion.
And ignore those unfortunates who just won't take the hint that they are not the Antichrist (capital 'A' to distinguish the key player described in
Revelation, as opposed to plain old Christ haters)
I hope this is also an encouragement to you Disraeli - to my mind, this dream and interpretation is evidence of something that God has directly spoken
(in the language of symbolism) which demonstrates that he is actively involved with you, your threads and your purpose.
Bless 'ya brother.