A Dream of Religious Jealousy in the Churches

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I just woke up to an eye opening dream.

I saw many of these preachers at first had good connections to their people. I saw Jesus there in spirit watching and guiding the whole time. These preachers had gained the confidence of these people with their friendly demeanor. It all changed when they offered to prophesy for people.

I seen Jesus whisper the callings of each person’s life but the preachers and prophets were drunk on power and jealousy set in because some of the callings on people were very high. Therefore, the words that came out of the mouths were a completely different story with the intention to either water down or mislead.

I seen that even after the words were spoken, some prophets kept tabs on those people they lied to in order to make sure they didn’t fulfill the real plan of God on their lives. The spirit of religion fell heavily not only on those preachers and pastors but the elders that follow them too.

Dream shared by Deanna Sander in video comments-   https://vimeo.com/304454398

(Still Small Voice’s messages can now be found on Vimeo until they complete their own channel platform with our Lord’s help 🙂 )

One thought on “A Dream of Religious Jealousy in the Churches

  1. Wow, that is terrible! I hope my pastor is one of those who accept’s everyone’s xalling and chooses to talk about it. Because not many people in my church are encouraged to use their gifts. If there’s someone who plays drums well, they discourage them, because THEY don’t accept drums in worship. Its a very religious place.

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