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Man and the car

Sunday, March 21, 2021

2:28 P.M.


Welcome back to my daily blogs everyone. I am always glad to see that you have been finding my blogs to be of great interest. I write spiritual life lessons that I have acquired over the past few years. I write about the spiritual dreams, visions and life experiences I've had and learned.


Todays blog deals with a well put example Solomon gave me in the dream. You see, Solomon and my father were very close in the dreams. He showed plenty of love and care to my father. Today, however, he gave an example for us to use with others when trying to help assist other in repairing their life.


This was the dream:


I saw myself and my father inside the mechanic shop. There were two mechanics working under the vehicle. While my father and I were waiting for them to finish repairing the car to speak to them, we saw Solomon behind us standing. He looked to us and we hugged him. He pointed to the people repairing the car. He said, "See how they are repairing the car, so the car is like man. Sometimes we break down, and need building up. Everybody at some point during our time in the world, need to fix what's been broken. Just as there are many parts to the car, so there are many different situations in life that we need to fix. Sometimes it's with family, sometimes it's with sin, it can be anything. We need to see what's been broken, and fix. But see, the man who brang his car to the mechanic wanted his car to be fixed. There are people who would leave their car at home because they don't want to spend. So, there are always two types of people in the world. Those who need fixing and go to repair, and those who need fixing but do nothing. If you continue to drive the car while it's in need, it will soon break down beyond repair. But the sooner you fix, the cheaper the repair. The longer you wait, the more expensive it becomes. Think about this." Then, we heard the mechanics behind us say, "Done. You're lucky you brought the car in early, otherwise repairing it would've been far more expensive for you." My father and I looked at each other, and the dream ended.


The moral of this dream, is to analyze and examine all of the areas in our life that we need to fix. Repair it soon, before things get worse. Maybe you had a fight with family. The longer you wait to speak to your family, the more uncomfortable things become. The sooner you fix, the more easy the repair.


I loved this example that Solomon provided me with. Until this day, his message is as clear as the morning light.


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.




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