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THE WINTER OF DISCONTENT – Godshealer7

THE WINTER OF DISCONTENT

Oct 7, 2019
Godshealer7

Matthew 24:20 KJV
But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the sabbath day:

Transcript

Brother Dan got this morning October 7th

I look around and all I can see is white. There are no familiar landmarks anywhere everything
is covered in snow. Then I hear a backhoe and realize the snow is about ten feet deep, it is too deep for a snow plow to handle. Then I hear these same words over and over “this is the winter of discontent”, every few seconds it is repeated “this is the winter of discontent”. Eventually the backhoe takes a path to the door. There is no heat in the house and I could hear someone in the basement crying for out for help. I go down to the basement and there is a man bundled up with a sleeping bag and surrounded by gallons of water and canned food. Then I heard again “this is the winter of discontent” and woke up

dis·con·tent

noun
lack of contentment; dissatisfaction with one's circumstances.
"the discontents and anxieties of the working class"

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4 Comments

  1. Liz

    Yesterday after I woke up but still in bed, I got “11 feet of snow”.

  2. Liz

    Forgot to mention. I’m in Toronto, Canada. And in addition to “hearing” 11 feet of snow, I also saw some text in my mind but I don’t remember what it says.

  3. Liz

    Forgot to mention. I’m in Toronto, Canada. I also saw some text in my mind but I don’t remember what it says.

  4. Sara L

    Brothers and Sisters, I urge you to ask in prayer about what physical preparations need to be made in your home. HOLY SPIRIT will direct you. HE gave me a very specific To-Do list for our homestead. Right down to confirming what my Husband and I had discussed on where to move our firewood storage. Thank GOD for HIS mercy and be ready🙌

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