Belinda-Sobia Brown

May 20, 2010

AN OLDER DREAM I FEEL LED TO SHARE!: NUCLEAR WAR? JUDGMENT ANGELS

I had this dream a couple of nights ago in the early morning. I was inside a concrete building with several caucasian people when suddenly there was a percussive explosion. I watched people shrivel up before my eyes, the skin drawing tight around their teeth. A collective groan/scream arose all around me and then dust from the building and the people flew up while the people collapsed to the floor. Dried up like they were dehydrated. I heard a voice say, “There is nothing you can do for them.” I then looked outside the building and outside the windows (that were open), were 3 angels (but they were dressed in black and one was dressed in almost black with a hint of brown in its clothing. They were walking on the roof of the same building as they were leaving. I called one of their names (can’t remember) and I started singing in the spirit of God as if I were praising God. They stopped to look at me and started to come towards me and as they did, they appeared as 10 or 11 year old boys. This reminded me of a vision I had a few years ago of angels standing beside my bed in the middle of the night. There were 3 of them. I had asked God if he willed that he would let me see angels (I knew I would be afraid, so I asked him to make it so I wouldn’t be afraid) and 2 and 1/2 months after I prayed that, God woke me up from sleep and I seen 3 angels that appeared to me as young girls around the age of 7 or 9 year old girls. I also received the impression this dream was similar to Sodom and Gommorah. Three angels came down to bring judgement on those cities. One angel stayed with Abraham and 2 went to the cities to bring out Lot and his family before judgement fell. In the dream, I had a strong sense of nuclear destruction. The setting was in a city, but the destruction seemed to be contained within the building, because it didn’t collapse. I don’t know about the rest of the building.

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