Friends, I was shocked tonight in reviewing my dream journal from last Fall when I came upon this dream I’d forgotten!
October 7, 2019
Dream: A large cow was running chaotically, back and forth, not in a straight line. Then, it ran into the river where there were a lot of people. I shouted to my husband to stop it. He swam after it, and it got out on the other side safely and disappeared into the woods.
In my notes at the time, I wrote: Could this dream be a prophetic warning of a bumpy year ahead?
Cows represented years in the book of Genesis. Joseph interpreted the Pharaoh’s dream of seven healthy cows that represented years of plenty and seven skinny cows that represented famine. Each cow represented one year.
Could this one crazy cow represent a year of “back and forth” chaos on the national scale, but that His people will escape mostly unharmed? I pray so!
In dreams, my husband represents Jesus, my Bridegroom. That I cried out to Him in the dream, and He went after the cow in the water, after which it ran out and away, may be significant for the people of God.
Also, I’m holding onto this, that the excessive craziness will only last one year. My dream was of 1 cow. One year. Counting on that being true, from the Lord. May it be so.
The only question is, when did the ‘year’ begin? For America, I vaguely recall an impeachment in January while COVID was hitting our shores. The COVID lockdowns began in March.
Hang on, people of God! 2020 isn’t over. Keep praying and fasting for America (come on, 2021)!
Be merciful to us, O God, be merciful to us! For our soul trusts in You; And in the shadow of Your wings we will make our refuge, Until these calamities have passed by. Psalm 57:1 adapted
[We are asking all believers to join us at Faith and Fasting to fast 24 hours a week for America the second half of 2020. Satanic forces are pulling out all the stops to divide and destroy us. How might we transform 2021 by our determined efforts to seek the Lord now on behalf of our nation? Perhaps these efforts will be the necessary turning point, the crying out to our Bridegroom, as the dream suggested.]