Dream, Famine

Famine Coming Home To Roost – Jonathan Theiben


Famine Coming Home To Roost

May 31, 2019
Jonathan Theiben

I want to share a short dream I had from the other day. I almost forgot about it till I saw Godshealer7 video today about famine.


May 31, 2019

This is the dream

My family and I were driving down a back county road, and I saw an all black chicken in field on side of road. There were no houses or ranches anywhere that we could see.  We pulled over and I got out of the vehicle and went over and we took it home.  It got along fine with other rooster and hens, which I thought was odd.

End of Dream

Interpretation: Famine is coming home to roost here in America.

Matthew 24:7 KJV
For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.

Below is information i found on the all black chicken.

Photo Credit: Lost At E Minor

Lost At E Minor: This is the Ayam Cemani Chicken of Indonesia. It’s a rare breed of chicken, and you can probably see why. Everything about it is black: plumage, beak, tongue, legs, toe nails, even its meat, bones, and organs! The only thing that is not black is it’s blood – though it comes in a very dark shade.


I have had more dreams about famine then anything else.  I remember in one dream a family was sitting at the dinning table about to eat there pet dog.

As Sister Barbara says in the video it would be a good idea to have some extra food and water and even medical supplies and medicines on hand.  As they say “It’s better to have it and not need it, then to need it and and not have it”

See my old blog which I’ve for most part gave up on.  https://prepare4survival.wordpress.com/

More on Famine click here

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  1. Sophie

    The 3rd seal about to open now

  2. Debbie

    I wish you had not added the part about the dog. I will have nightmares about it for the rest of my life. Here’s hoping that will not be long.

  3. Tammy

    My husband dimped out all the water I had stored while I was sleeping last night. I am absolutely shattered.

  4. Ingrid Messer

    My heart goes out to Debbie but l remember my grandmother telling me (l grew up in Germany) that during the war there were no “pets” around. She was saying a cat was called “roof rabbit” we ate roof rabbit…
    The Lord will pass judgement on America and l think that will be one of the minor things … America cannot imagine whats about to happen – the Bible speaks about alot worse what people will eat …
    so, lets not worry about a dog or a cat, lets walk CLOSE with Jesus and He will take care of us. I by the way love animals, don’t get me wrong …
    Bless you Debbie …🙏

  5. Barb

    A nicely seasoned pot of beans is healthy and delicious. There is no need to cannibalize pets, or eat canned cat food as some talk about. We don’t have to be that carnivorous.
    Storing some staples than can be put together as meals is wise, but also learning to be more self sufficient in case of hard times and shortages of food is also wise.

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