The Benjie Chronicles
May 14, 2021 12:12 AM
Over the past several months, the Lord Jesus gave me three dreams connected to President Joe Biden.
Many people refer to the one-hundred dollar bill as a “Benjie,” since Benjamin Franklin is portrayed on the front of the bill. This currency is highly sought after and recognized around the world. Some countries have invested much time and money in trying to counterfeit it.
In the first dream (late 2020), I was invited to visit President Biden and Dr. Jill in their house in Delaware. We became friends and discussed spiritual topics. I tried to help the President understand that he must be born-again in order to spend eternity with God in Heaven. He told me his beliefs in Roman Catholicism, and enumerated his many great works during his government career. I did my best to show him the inadequacy of his works, including infant baptism, to save him from perdition. Later I left, but we still remained friends.
My second dream occurred on 03/07/21. I was allowed to see a meeting between President Biden and someone who appeared to be an old friend. President Biden took him to a secret room in the White House. The President walked over to a large cabinet and opened up one of the drawers. Inside were a number of fine leather briefcases. He proudly pulled one out and opened it up for his friend to see what was inside. It was stuffed with thousands of new one-hundred dollar bills.
Next, I was shown three “Good Old Boy” spirits talking with currency brokers on the phone. They were very frustrated that they were unable to arrange for transactions to trade their U.S. dollars for other types of currency.
A man who had a near-death experience, Howard Pittman, wrote a book called Placebo. It is about the sleepy, Laodicean Church in the U.S. In a different book that he completed after writing Placebo, he describes the “Good Old Boy” spirits in Satan’s kingdom. He was shown that these evil spirits reside in many Americans today.
In the third dream (03/31/21), I found myself in the financial district of a large city somewhere on the East Coast. The atmosphere was one of fear and panic. As I walked by different banks and investment houses, I saw people standing in line waiting to pull out their life savings. People were very rude to each other and fighting for a good position in line. I was overwhelmed by the feeling of loss and hopelessness that I sensed amongst them.
America will suffer economic ruin if our government leaders continue in their policies of excessive borrowing and spending. The Weimar Republic (1918-1933) made the same mistakes before it collapsed.
Later, I researched President Biden’s famous CornPop story, and found out that it is true. As a young man, Mr. Biden did have a confrontation with a local gang leader known as “CornPop” at Prices-Run swimming pool in Wilmington, Delaware during the summer of 1962. The potentially violent fight ended peacefully. Later in life, William L. Morris (CornPop) repented and became a born-again Christian. He died in 2016 at the age of 73.
The Father purposely made the gospel of Jesus Christ easy enough for everyone to understand. God’s Son came from Heaven as a man and lived a perfect, sinless life. He willingly laid down His life on a cruel cross as a sacrifice to pay the full price for all of our sins. His sacrifice was the only one that the Father would accept. Jesus was buried in a tomb. He spent three days and three nights in Hell preaching to the captives. He was raised from the grave by the power of the Holy Spirit. After 40 days, He ascended to Heaven. He will return soon to judge the living and the dead. His Kingdom will have no end.
You also can become born-again and enter Heaven when you die, just like CornPop. You must recognize that your sins separate you from God. You must repent and ask Father God to forgive you. You must make Jesus Christ your Lord and Savior.
In the end, the only thing that really matters in life is where you will spend eternity – Heaven or Hell? The choice is up to you.
“If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.” I John 1: 8
“If we confess ours sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” I John I: 9
“If we say that we have not sinned, we make Him a liar, and His word is not in us.” I John 1: 10