"As the need for My supernatural protection and security grows more evident, you will see the power of the keys perform miracles in the midst of "impossible" situations."
First Published April, 1972
The Lord gave us another dream, which we will call "The Emergency" describing literal, specific examples of some of the actual things that are going to happen. The dream was just as vivid and real as if I had actually lived it in person. As with all these God-given dreams, I was awakened immediately afterward by the Lord to meditate on its meaning to review it again prayerfully so that I would not forget it, and to pray about its significance. It is certainly a somber warning to us all of what will happen and to be better prepared for what's coming!
In the dream, I didn't seem to be there personally amongst those in the U.S., but I could see everything clearly as though I were there in spirit, like an angelic observer. The country was definitely the United States, and the area in which the dream took place looked a lot like the flat country of Florida near the coast, but it could have been any flat coastal area in the states, possibly even California, since there were bluffs along the sea itself. There was a small seacoast restaurant that stood on a promontory jutting out into the sea. A few miles to the south there was once of these tall water towers, a water tank standing on legs, which apparently was located in a nearby small village.
In the dream, I was standing in front of this small, old, one-story bungalow of five or six rooms, situated on a little country road which looked like crushed limestone, like some of the backwoods roads in Florida, although it might have been gravel or even dirt, and not far from town. About five or six young people were standing outside the house looking at their vehicle sitting there in the driveway and discussing how useless it was now that they had run out of gasoline and there was no way of obtaining more. One of the boys kicked the tire as though say, "look at you now!--you're just a worthless pile of junk!" Somehow I knew there was some kind of national emergency, and you could feel the tension in the air. There was a food shortage also, and transportation was needed into town, four miles away, to a big government warehouse, where loaves of bread were being doled out to the public, as they stood waiting in long lines.
The little group decided they would have to walk the four long miles to town, and by the time they arrived they were very tired as they were not as accustomed to walking as they should have been. They remorsefully exclaimed again and again how sorry they were they hadn't gotten an animal for transportation, and I heard them saying, "well, it hit so suddenly! We weren't expecting it so soon! We were planning on getting a horse and wagon as soon as possible!"
After standing in the long line for what seemed like hours, and finally receiving the treasured bread, they began trudging the long road home, when a short way outside town they passed a work gang, like a gang of prisoners or a chain gang, and they were immediately forcibly pressed into service by the civilian militia, similar to Hitler's storm troopers, who had taken over, running things by force! As they were being assigned to digging ditches, one of our boys said, "well, I'm not able to do such hard physical labour!" The officer in charge gruffly replied, "you get in there and dig, and we'll find out if you're able!" Another of the boys confronted the typically tough Nazi type in charge of the labour squad, protesting, "you don't have a right to make us work here!" The answer sarcastically fired back was, "you don't have any rights, you just do what we say, or else!"
It seemed that everywhere the youth were being forced into labour crews--forced civilian service of various kinds in the emergency. Either the water or the sewer lines had been disrupted by the catastrophe and these gangs were being forced into service by the American storm troopers. A couple of the little group managed to escape, running to another little village not far to the north of where they lived, it being too dangerous to return home for fear of being found, and tried to find refuge in the garage of a friend. He regretfully told them it was impossible for him to keep them as they had no government identity cards which were required for each person by the dictatorship that had taken over much like Hitler's storm troopers, although not yet so well organised. The fellow at the garage said, "I can't even repair vehicles here without authority from the government!"
The next thing I remember in the dream was seeing the inside of a clothing store, and the man in charge telling the lines of people, "we only issue clothing to those who cooperate with the regime!" The young people were apparently on the run, because their home was too exposed and they had not stocked it with supplies and had no transportation. They had an electric water pump and their own well, but the electricity was off, so they couldn't get water except in the village four miles away. They were obviously very unprepared for this emergency. I'm sure the Lord gave this picture as an ominous lesson and warning to you in the states to get better prepared for what is going to happen soon. Get those farms and ranches ready with food, water, and animal transportation, as well as some independent forms of lighting, heating, and cooking. Better have some clothing stored up, too, as there could be other refugees from elsewhere. I have warned you time and again about this but I suppose when it happens that many of you will still be there and unprepared.
The hardest time will be during the transition period of chaos and confusion of America's final resistance against conquest by her enemies and during her last and final fanatically desperate regime of insane totalitarian terrorism.
Things will probably be hard in other countries as well, so all should prepare accordingly for hard times to come during the fall of the western world.
Once it happens it will no doubt soon be nearly impossible to get out of the county or to take any money or possessions out of the country for suspected refugees. For example, the Cuban refugees and exiles were only permitted to leave that country with one suitcase of personal belongings and nothing of value, and only five dollars in their pockets.
The worst trouble will come from our own countrymen in their last desperate desire to try to save doomed America by not only resistance of external enemies, but fanatical suppression and terrorism of any internal elements of whose loyalty they are not certain.
Do what you can do, and trust God for what you can't do.
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