Monday, March 21, 2021
Welcome back to my daily blogs where I write spiritual life lessons that I have acquired over the past few years. I have always found it to be a great blessing to have received so many revelations from God. Although most of them were not directed towards me, I still took the lessons from the dreams and applied them to my own personal life.
Todays blog is about the green and yellow grass. The Lord appeared to me in the form of a dream and gave a wonderful illustration that helped describe the people of the earth. It reminded me of the example in the Bible of when Jesus compared salt that has its saltiness, and salt that has lost its saltiness.
This is the dream:
I found myself standing on a big field. Far away from me, I saw my father and the Lord sitting together eating and drinking and talking with each other. I started to walk towards them as I enjoyed the beautiful weather. It's hard to find weather like this here in Canada, so I took my time during the walk. It was a nice light blue sky with few pure white clouds. There were plenty and plenty of trees surrounding us, but in the middle of the big field, there were no trees. It can be described as trees surrounding the big field, but there wasn't a single tree I saw on the field. Only around it. When I reached where my father and the Lord were, I went on my knees, bowed my head, kissed the hand of the Lord, and sat down beside my father. Then, the Lord offered me something to eat and drink, but I wasn't a big fan of fish, so I ate the bread that was there instead. Then, as I was eating the Lord was speaking. The Lord said to us, "Look at this field. Do you see all the grass? Each grass represents one person in the world." Then he asked me, "Tell me what colour most of the grass is?" I answered, 'Most of them are yellow and dead, but, there are a few that are rich green and very alive.' He shook his head and said, "Yes." The Lord continued, "Just as you see dead grass among the field, so these are how many in the world are lost. The green grass you see, are the ones that are still serving me in the world." Then he asked me another question, "What do you think the owner will do when his grass dies?" I answered, "He will take out the dead grass and replace it with new ones." He smiled at me, and the dream ended.
How many of us are dead grass? I will warn you before it is too late. Change your wicked ways, now! I don't want to hear the usual saying anymore that "I need some time." That's enough. Everyone I ever knew who said "I need time to change, but it's not right now." Has never changed. If you want to change, you make a change. I know very bad people who wanted to change, and they changed. How come you, not as bad as they, need time to change? Once you give your heart to the Lord, it is finished. You belong to him again. You were lost, but now you have been found. You were dead, but now you are alive.
The Lord has given this dream to me to show me how many people in the world are lost. How few are saved. It broke my heart to see how much dead grass there was. It is part of our work to help save these people. Not us that saves them, but through us, the Lord will save them.
This was the dream that I had. I understand that the Lord has not done what should have been done a long time ago to us, however, let us not take his mercy for granted. Every hour class comes to an end. This is what I learned from the Lord. So, do not wait for tomorrow, or next month, or next year. Start your journey with God today. Repent, and return to your good shepherd who loves you and gave up his life for you.
I am excited to share my spiritual life lessons with all of you. I thank you sincerely for joining me on this journey. I will be sharing every spiritual lesson I've learned in my life, every story of my father's life, every spiritual dream I had that came true, absolutely everything!
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God bless you all always,
Roberto W Rafo.