Search

Peace and discipline

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

9:47 A.M.





Welcome back to my daily blogs everyone. I'm glad to see that you've returned to read my daily blogs. I write about the spiritual life lessons I've acquired during the past few years. I write about dreams, visions, and life experiences. You will mostly find dreams and life experiences to read. Now, let's get moving onto todays dream.


I had this dream recently, unlike the other dreams that were many months or years ago. It was actually, this past Sunday. To be exact: Sunday, March 21, 2021. The purpose of this dream was to demonstrate to my father what will happen, and what he must do.


My father was hurt a lot in his life. To the extent that if anyone went through what he went through, they would be ill from stress or dead. The beautiful thing about my father is that he left everything in the hands of God. The Lord doesn't count it lightly when you suffer but rejoice because you still have God. When the Lord sees that you did not lose faith but strengthened it, did not lose love but gained it, did not do anything wrong but seemed to do what was best, he will hold on to you more tight than before.


The Lord loves to see you gain in times of suffering, instead of losing. Many people have the greatest faith when they are wealthy, but lose it when they get poor. This is wrong. We don't have faith because we have everything we want. We have faith because the Lord is our God. Period. The things of earth don't determine what helps us to gain and lose faith. The spiritual things are what dictate these things, and it should always be to gain tremendous faith. Just because you aren't receiving what you want, that doesn't mean that God doesn't love you or isn't there for you. He is a holy and good father. He knows what to give, and what to take. All you need to do is trust in him.





The dream on Sunday was this:


I saw my father's siblings family going through family problems. They were fighting with each other, and everyone was very stressed. None of them were comfortable. They looked like they were living in the house of war, and had no space for peace. They would fight day and night, every single day. The mother of the home prayed for at least one day of peace, but it would not come. Then, I saw that one of the children saw my father at a location we always went to. This was the first time that child had come there, and it was because he felt an energy pulling him there. By Gods hand, he met my father and I there. He was a lost soul. While we were sitting at the table, my father saw behind his nephew the Lord Jesus. He was dressed in all white. He was beautiful. Glowing in great light, but such a peaceful presence. No one was able to see the Lord except for my father in the dream. Jesus said to my father, "This is the child that came from the family who took from you. I will let war consume their home, and later I will let them taste the life of the poor." My father begged the Lord, "Please, my Lord. I love this family. Don't look at what has happened to me because of money. I pray for them everyday that you will have mercy, because I know how you are with me." Jesus replied, "I have heard your prayers, and you know that I never close my ear to you. Anything that you ask, I listen. But a father must discipline his child. If you did not pray for them, this is what I was going to do. First, I would let war consume their home beyond belief. To the point that their neighbours will be concerned for their safety. Next, I would let their family separate. They would be so distant that they can't see each other even if standing from the top of the tower. Third, I would make the family poor. They will stand in the rain during the night begging me for a roof, and all I will give them is bread to eat. Then, they will know, that whoever takes one thing away from you, I will take double from them." My father answered, "But my Lord, what will you do because I have prayed for them. Please, let them live better than me." Jesus answered, "It is your loving heart that burns mine with great love for you. Because you have prayed for them, and because they are like your own family, this is what I will do. First, I will let war consume their home, but the son with anger will meet you, and you will bring peace to his heart and his home. Then, they will live in peace. Second, I will make them taste the life of the poor. But they will not stay like this. They will taste the life of the poor for a short time, and then you will bless them and pick them up. They will say to themselves, 'Look. The one we have put down, has raised us up.' This is my plan, and it has been revealed to you." My father persisted, "Please, my Lord, don't let them taste the life of the poor. Let them stay well." Jesus replied, "I must do what I have said. Because of you, they will not live the life of the poor. They will only taste it." My father asked, "How will I know when it is time to help them." The Lord answered, "They will leave their mansion, and move to a smaller home. This is how you will know it is time." Then, the dream came to an end.


See, brothers and sisters. We must learn to have a good heart with everyone! Whether they love or hate you. Whether they build or destroy you. You must learn to love everyone, and to pray for them daily.


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!

Please consider supporting my blogs by contributing an automatic monthly donation. If you would be so kind to do so, please head on over to plans and pricing:

https://www.spirituallifelessons.com/plans-pricing

I look forward to seeing you in the next blog.

God bless you all always,

Roberto W Rafo.






21,079 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All