Vision of the Uprooed Tree
The following prophetic dream is a representation of the Church as it was towards the end of May 1996 following the Third Wave and its rescue and replanting by Yahweh through His faithful servants [Våler, Østfold, Norway).
1. I dreamed that I was besides the sea and as I looked inland I could see that it had recently been flooded by the sea.
2. Everywhere there was débris lying around as though a great storm or tidal wave had struck the coast.
3. A inland I saw a tree which had been uprooted and was lying on the ground. Amazingly, though, the soil had not been washed away from its roots. A very large clump of earth was attched to the roots as though it had been removed from a very large plant pot.
The Presiding Matriarch
6. Quite suddenly the Presiding Matriarch of the Church appeared on the scene, and with her bare hands, picked up the tree and carried it off.
7. I understood that she was going to replant it.
8. Her entire concentration was occupied with this singular task and it was clear that she was not going to allow anything to sidetrack her from it.
The Church Saved
9. When I awaoke I understood that the tree was the Church or Covenant which had been completely uprooted by the Third Wave, or Third Rebellion.
10. It was, however, quite safe, Yahweh ensuring the the roots were protected from the salty water of the sea wave.
11. I also understood that the Presiding Matriarch represented single-mindedness, tenacity, love and faithfulness, for the actual person in question has all of these qualities and has been a true, faithful, dedicated, and loyal servant of Yahweh since the beginning of this work, setting a wonderful example for all the saints.
12. By this means, them, the New Covenant Church was preserved through the Third Wave and was replanted in the Vineyard of Yahweh. Amen.
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