"The mind sometimes falls on the lap"

Updated: Apr 13, 2021

Monday, March 22, 2021

10:57 A.M.

Welcome back to my daily blogs everyone. Thank you for your continued support on these spiritual life lessons. I always do enjoy writing these blogs, and so that we can grow together. I've been noticing interest in my blogs from all around the world. I never expected things to grow this fast. I can't thank you enough.

Today's blog is quite the funny one, and I'm sure many of us can relate to this title. When we tell this saying to people, many laugh, while others sit and ponder what else this saying can mean. But most often, they laugh. This was a saying Solomon gave to us in my dream.

This is the dream:

I saw my father sitting with a group. They were outside and they were seated on wooden chairs. There seemed to be about ten people in that group. My father was speaking to them, and I saw Solomon standing behind my father. While my father was speaking, one man got angry for no reason, and yelled, "This is ridiculous! I don't want to speak with you anymore." This made my father sad. Solomon tapped his shoulder, smiled, and said, "Watch what happened when he said this." Then, my father saw the mans brain fall on his lap. After a short while, the man took his brain, and put it back in his head. Then, he apologized, and my father was happy again. Then, a woman in the group was talking as If there was no end. She was complaining against God. She said, "Why doesn't God make me rich? Why doesn't he give me everything I ask for?" My father was sad and hurt when he heard the lady saying this. The Solomon tapped my fathers shoulder again, smiled, and said, "Look what happens to this woman." Then, I saw her brain fall on her lap, but she wouldn't place it back into her head like the first man did. Instead, someone else put her brain back in her head.

Solomon brought a chair and sat beside my father. He said to him, "My son, the mind sometimes falls on the lap. Sometimes they can fix themselves, and other times, they need someone else to fix them."

Ever since this dream, my father has used that saying about one thousand times. We laugh because we remember that this message came from Solomon. He was a very wise man, and the examples and sayings you will hear in these blogs will certainly fascinate you.

Remember, there is a lesson behind every dream. How many times have ours minds fallen on to our laps? How many times have we made ridiculous or unwise decisions? It's normal to see children making mistakes all the time, but for grown ups to never learn their lesson? I know many adults who make mistakes that can be repaired, but when the time comes, their mind falls on their lap. Do you know why? There is no determination to set things straight.

There are a few different types of people in terms of getting better, and making a difference in their life:

  1. I REALLY want to change with all my heart, and I am changing.

  2. I'm trying to change, but whenever I'm in the moment I fail.

  3. I'm only saying I want to change because I want attention.

  4. I don't want to change now, maybe later?

  5. I never want to change. I'm content with the way I am!

All of us have room for improvements. When my father sits with people who are still living in their sins, he always tells them that they can be better than him. It all comes down to your determination and how much you really want the Holy Spirit to work in you.

When the Holy Spirit begins his work, you won't even believe what's happening to you. Not in the sense that you start flying and shooting webs! He works in a way that transforms every evil within you. Most especially, your heart and mind.

The way the devil works with people is tricky, so be careful. My father always taught me that, "The devil goes to the weakest spot in your mind, and hunts you there." I agree completely with that statement. If you always lust after men/women, the devil hunts in that field. If you hate someone, he'll hunt the spot of hate and cause you problems with family and friends.

We have to remember that anytime we are committing evil, the devil is hunting. Why should we let him strike us every time we get tempted to commit evil? Instead, call upon the name of the Lord to rescue you. Call and welcome the Holy Spirit into you, so that he may help you. We cannot conquer the devil with our own hands. We conquer evil in the name of Jesus Christ. Jesus is the only one who conquered evil, and through Jesus, we may have his help during our times of battle.

Although this was a short blog, I thought it might be interesting to share. After all, I have been ordered to write down every dream for the world to see.

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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I look forward to seeing you in the next blog.

God bless you all always,

Roberto W Rafo.

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