I want to share a dream my wife Karen had. I believe that we need to apply this revelation to our lives. Let’s not be afraid of the enemy and let’s makes sure that we know his ways so that we can overcome. God is teaching us many things, let’s learn from what He is teaching us.
In my dream, I watched as a couple of people were throwing many tiny pups out of their building, with the intention of them drowning in the river. These pups looked very cute, like newborn puppy dogs, but they were wolf cubs.
A lady narrated what was happening, explaining that the owners had to get rid of every wolf and for the sake of accountability they were naming them before they threw each one out. I heard them name one ‘Bam’.
The lady was upset and stated that if they just left them un-named, which was normal practice, then they would somehow be alright, but once they have been named they will be ‘forever damned’ (her words) upon drowning.
I sensed the verse “The very hairs of your head are all numbered.”
After I awoke, I knew that B.A.M. stood for ‘Big Angry Monster.’
This is another unambiguous dream.
It is a warning to get rid of the wolves (sins that will destroy God’s work) while they are small. They may seem innocent, but as they grow, they will turn into big angry monsters and will destroy us. (Compare to Song of Songs 2:15 which warns us to catch the little foxes that destroy the vineyard)
We need to identify and name each issue we have in our lives so that it can be removed permanently. Simply whitewashing all sin and not taking responsibility for it in our lives will enable it to survive.
Do not feel an attachment to a ‘pet’ sin, instead remember that Jesus (in Mark 9:42) stated that it was better for anyone who caused someone to sin to be drowned – which is exactly what these owners were doing to the wolves.
Jesus also reminded us in Luke 12:5-7 that we should “Fear him who, after the killing of the body, has the power to throw you into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him. Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God. Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.” Here He gives us the hope and assurance that He knows every detail of us including our sins, but He still loves us and cares for us – which is why He gives us this warning.
Timothy, author and friend of God, shares out of a place of daily walking face-to-face with the Lord, encountering both the angelic and the saints of old, seeing and understanding things from a heavenly perspective.