Dream in the desert

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I shared this dream with friends, most of whom live in the Aravah and their interpretations are in CAPITAL LETTERS:

There was a wedding in the desert at a quaint resort. The women’s bathroom was a converted bus. The seats were folded up in the wall and you had to put them down so you could sit on them. The fabric on the seats was even like what you see on buses. Outside the dressing rooms there was a long, perfectly straight trail that led to the swimming pool.

THE WEDDING OF THE LAMB. NARROW ROAD THE ONLY WAY. POOL FOR BAPTISM. BUS CONVERTED TO BATHROOM MEANS DELIVERANCE.

The C. family were hugging each other and when they saw me, they were very friendly, as if they’d never banned me from their lives. That was confusing but I didn’t say anything because I didn’t know what to say.

RECONCILIATION WILL COME WITH THIS FAMILY AT THAT TIME!

There was talk about building more boats because there weren’t enough. Someone had the idea that when we would build our sukkahs they should be like a hut that we could then invert and paint with tar and pitch. No one asked why we would need boats in the desert but we definitely needed them.

EZEKIEL GAVE A WORD ABOUT THE DEAD SEA COMING TO LIFE. THERE WILL BE FRESH WATER.  THE RIVER FROM JERUSALEM WILL FLOW IN THE ARAVAH.

BOATS ARE MINISTRY, REPRESENTING ALIYAH, RESCUE, MINISTRY.

MOSES IN THE BASKET. THE SUKKAH IS A PORTABLE SIGN OF PROTECTION.

I was standing outside the house with my granddaughters Anayah and Amaliya making decorations for the mailboxes.

SENDING & RECEIVING MESSAGES.

It was dark outside and we were standing next to the road. Our eyes were fully adjusted to the darkness in the desert.

ARISE AND SHINE FOR YOUR LIGHT HAS COME. ISAIAH 60:1-3.

When I saw cars starting to come on our road, I escorted the girls up the hill a bit. That way we could see the cars passing by but they couldn’t see us.

From our vantage point I could see the road above us and another road below us, which were both cut into the mountainside across the steep ravine. The people in those cars couldn’t see us either but even if they did want to come to us, there was no way a car could reach our location.

WE WERE PROTECTED – NOT SEEN AND NOT FOUND BY THE ENEMY.

My dream lingered in that location and I just kept seeing us outside on the road. Then I realized we were waiting to bring others to safety. My son Ariel was especially involved in this and moved about quietly and in secret.

In the place where most of the people were living, someone had brought a little bottle of gummy vitamins and they were handing them out. After giving out over 100 you would think the bottle would run out, but it stayed full the whole time. And there were other signs of miraculous provision throughout the camp. There was a clear covering over the whole place that was barely discernible. When we looked up we could see the sky and billions of stars at night, but the covering kept us warm at night and cool during the day and hidden always.

HIDDEN BOTH NATURALLY AND SPIRITUALLY. THE PILLAR OF FIRE BY NIGHT AND CLOUD BY DAY.

THERE IS AN ALIYAH EXODUS SO CLEARLY IN THIS DREAM.

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Carolyn Margolin-Hyde was raised in an Orthodox Jewish synagogue near Chicago. She graduated from University of Illinois and as an RN she practiced nursing for many years. After making Aliyah Carolyn served as worship leader at K’tsir Asher, The Harvest of Asher Congregation, in Akko, and then led worship at Kehilat Poriya, a congregation near Tiberius. She has written and recorded many worship songs in English and Hebrew and her worship CD’s include “Just Like Joseph” and “The Latter Rain”- contemporary worship CDs; “Deep Calls to Deep” – a soaking CD; and “Fine Linen” – worship with a touch of the blues.