"Hinei (Behold), I am coming as unexpectedly as a ganav (thief). Ashrey (Blessed) is the one watching and keeping his kittel (white robe), lest he walk naked and they see his bushah (shame)" (Rev.16:15, OJB).
Have you ever had one of those embarrassing dreams when you found yourself either wholly or partially naked and were deperately trying to find something to cover yourself up? I think most of us have. Such dreams usually indicate that we are spiritually uncovered, having somehow moved out of the blood-covering of Messiah owing to some unrepented sin.
I remember once being shown a vision of someone who had turned away from Yah'shua and decided to returned to the world. She was stripped naked and was standing on the edge of a large swimming pool filled with lots of people. The water was filthy. She was in a daze and like a robot entered the pool and disappeared from view.
In Old Testament times, the Levites were assigned the responsibility of keeping the Temple set-apart or holy. So throughout the night, the captain would make his rounds to make sure that those assigned were watching attentively, so that no one would defile the Temple during the night. If a watchman was found sleeping, he was beaten and his clothes were set on fire so that he had to return home naked in his shame!
As believers in Yah'shua submitted and obedient to the Torah, we are all watchmen in the invisible Messianic Temple. With all that is currently going on in this chaotic and disintegrating world, it is essential that we watch carefully, guarding the mitzvot (commandments) and not become weary. We need to stay alert and awake in time to see danger coming from afar and be ready to defend what is set-apart.
I have had many warnings in the last months, the last one being for the coming Chag haMatzah period. Like the Israelites sitting in a reclined position at the Passover Table, packed and ready to go, we need to be able to move instantly when called. Get ready to leave whatever it is Yahweh wants you to leave!