Feb 8, 2019, 5:11 PM
“Ye Have Done it Unto Me.”
I dreamed I was in a round room. It was a courtroom of sort. I walked around the darker edges of the room. In the center, was a woman clothed in a white garment. She stood with her head down and a bright light shined on her. I walked the dark edges of the room encircling her. In the darkness, though I could not see them, I could feel a dark presence. I hurled accusations at the woman in the white robe. She said nothing in her defense nor did she lift her head to look at me. The entities in the darkness encouraged me with more accusations; they helped me with my words. I spoke of the wrong she had done to me.
When I finished my case against the woman, I stood smug, proud that I had presented my case so thoroughly.
Then, there was a movement near the woman. I looked and saw Jesus step into the light next to her. He looked at me and said, “When you accuse her, you accuse Me.”
My heart melted and sank. I was horribly ashamed.
I had just hurled many ugly accusations at my Lord and Savior.
I suddenly felt dirty.
I awoke weeping.
Matt 25:40, And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.