The Judgment of God on Fake Miracle Workers, Part 3

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The Judgment of God on Fake Miracle Workers, Part 3
The Judgment of God on Fake Miracle Workers, Part 3, originally published on May 1, 2020, is about a “house of God” that is under the judgment of God. She refuses to repent and in the end is completely destroyed. The third in a multipart series.

The Judgment of God on Fake Miracle Workers, Part 3

This is part 3 in a series. Kindly read the other parts prior to reading this part, otherwise, it will be impossible to follow along.

Here, then, is the dream.

1. We are in the house of my father, which represents an assembly of believers.

We were a group of people ...

- myself;

- two people who seemed to have Down’s Syndrome, or perhaps some other disability, they needed help and assistance and did not feel safe or secure without others helping them;

- my two daughters;

- my wife;

- my father was not in the house, he was in another house that was not too far away, yet the house we were in was also my father’s house (he owned it).

Since I have already explained a great deal of this in part 1 of this series, I will not go over it again. This imagery represents a house of God on the earth. The two people with Down’s syndrome represent people who are less abled, and less knowledgable. God says in his word,

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge” (see Hosea 4:6).

Therefore, these people are going to need knowledge to get out of there. This knowledge has to come from the outside. Therefore, this dream is a rescue dream, with outside forces providing the necessary knowledge for people to be able to escape this place.

My father is not in the house, and we will find out later it is because he has abandoned it and given it over to judgment. This is a mission-critical dream.

2. Strange fire is in the house, and the situation is out of control.

I myself was frantic because the house was burning and it had caught fire all over the place (yet these fires were small and were not engulfing). Everything was on fire that should not have been on fire meaning the fire was not in the fireplace, where it should have been! The situation was beyond repairable. We did not have any water to put out the fire.

I do not mean to confuse anyone, but at the very beginning, these “balls of fire” did not seem to be consuming anything. They were present. They were not where they were supposed to be. And the situation was very dangerous. Yet the house was not consumed (at all). Yet the fire was present. It was present as something like “balls of fire” (maybe three feet each in diameter, just resting there).

In this scene, we have a “snapshot” of a congregation in which “strange fires” have broken out all over the place. The strange fires are not engulfing, even as the “strange fire” that Nadab and Abihu offered in Leviticus 10:1 was not engulfing, so no one is worried about them.

These fires were like “balls of fire,” that seem to fit the description almost exactly of what you would expect Nadab and Abihu’s “strange fire” to look like. They did not consume anything. Yet this was clearly a very dangerous situation. I remember these fires were just “resting” there, like a fire that had a gas source, but you could not see the gas source.

These “strange fires” constitute something that has got God’s attention “in not a good way,” even as the “strange fire” in the case of Nadab and Abihu caught God’s attention in “not a good way.” What could they represent? They are something that are very egregious (meaning, conspicuously bad or offensive) to the Lord. What could be more offensive than bearing false witness of God himself through false works? These false works could include false miracles and bearing false witness of God in other ways. On a generic level, Jesus simply calls these workers false prophets. They say and do things that are lies. They are not simply people who make mistakes. Rather, they set out to intentionally deceive their audience.

In the dream, it is shown to me that there is no water to put out these strange fires. Why would that be? The first thing that comes to mind is that a “strange fire” will never be “put out” by a co-conspirator. It would require someone who is filled with the Holy Spirit to be present, and to condemn the activity, in order for it to actually be put out. This tells me that there is no one in a position of authority who is ready to condemn these actions, who is filled with the Holy Spirit. The “water” is the “living water” which Jesus talked about in John 7, which represents the Holy Spirit. For Jesus said,

“If anyone is thirsty, let him come to me and drink! He who believes in me, as the Scripture has said, from within him will flow rivers of living water.” (See John 7:37-38)

And the Bible tells us that by this, he meant the Holy Spirit (see John 7:39). In yet another passage, Acts 5:32, it says that God gives the Holy Spirit to those who obey him. Therefore, the lack of water means that the leadership of this place was not willing to be obedient to God in the issue of shutting down the strange fires. Therefore, the situation was beyond repairable.

3. The people have ignored the warnings. Their deception is going to destroy them.

Many many times I tried telling my family but they were not listening, thinking it was not burning, and they acted as though it was not burning and that everything was fine when, in fact, the situation was completely out of control and the house was burning to the ground.

Since this dream contains symbolism, I am not the only person who is represented by the man giving the warnings. In the dream, I am giving the warnings, but I am representative of many others, who have already sounded the alarm bells. Therefore, “many many times” includes the many many times that God has spoken through others, in the months, and years, that have gone by.

When it says, “they were not listening, thinking it was not burning,” this is evidence that there is deception. If you see a fire, can anyone deny it? But if you see a “strange fire” and think that “this is of God,” then you will deny that anything is wrong. You will carry on as though everything is perfectly normal.

When it says, “the situation was completely out of control,” it means that “the people have been utterly carried away by this deception.”

4. The lines of communication are cut between God and these people.

I summoned my daughter to call the fire department, but we were not able to properly get through.

In the same way that a person would call the fire department for help, God tells us in his word,

“Call on me in the day of trouble. I will deliver you, and you will honor me.” (Psalm 50:15)

Yet it says we were not able to properly get through. This means that the lines of communication have been cut between God and these people. This part of the dream points towards God not being willing to listen to those in leadership. Their prayers are not reaching him. Why is God not listening? The Bible says,

“If I cherished sin in my heart, the Lord would not have listened.” (Psalm 66:18)

We know from the word that God is patient. But evidently, God’s patience has now run out. In Isaiah, we read God’s complaint towards those who refuse to listen:

“I have spread out my hands all day to a rebellious people, who walk in a way that is not good, after their own thoughts” (Isaiah 65:2)

Not being able to get through to the fire department in this dream is a very ominous sign. It is like those on the outside of Noah’s ark screaming and saying, “Let me in!” but it is too late.

5. The people are not serious, are deceived, and refuse to listen to urgent warnings (therefore, they are in perilous danger).

At one point, a frivolous conversation ensues between my daughter or someone in the house, and another person (seemingly a woman) who was on the other end of the phone. I was saying that the house was burning to the ground, and the person on the other end of the phone (somehow, I knew their reaction, even though I was not on the phone with them) was surprised that I was alarmed, as though to say, “What is the urgency?”

Why was there no sense of urgency in her voice when she was on the phone with that woman? They seemed to be just having a conversation (like you would talk to someone about the weather, or your shoes, or the dog, or what you ate for dinner) and not worried about the fire at all! They were stone deaf to my cry and would not hear me! Why were they not listening?

The fact that they are “stone deaf” reminds us of the warning given in the Bible:

“For this people’s heart has grown callous. Their ears are dull of hearing. Their eyes they have closed. Lest they should see with their eyes, hear with their ears, understand with their heart, and would turn again, then I would heal them.” (Acts 28:27)

Why would this be the case? Could it be that they have fixed their eyes on something that is not God? The conversation was worldly, indicating worldly pursuits. There is nothing wrong about talking about the weather or even shoes at appropriate times. Yet even in the midst of this dire circumstance, when the building was burning to the ground, there was no desire to do the right thing.

6. God is genuinely concerned.

I wanted to make sure everyone was out of that house. I did a mental head count. Who was in that house? There was myself, my two daughters, my wife, and the two handicapped people.

This part of the dream demonstrates God’s concern for his children. He is truly a father who cares about us. In the parable of the lost sheep, the shepherd had 100 sheep. He counted them and found only 99, indicating one had gone astray. This parable shows great love towards the one who has gone astray. The mental head count is probably a reference to this parable. God cares for you and wants to ensure that you are safely delivered from this house, if you happen to be trapped inside. He is seeking for you. He is thinking about you. You are important to him. He is beckoning you to come out and find safety.

7. God has abandoned this house.

At the very end of the dream, I asked one of my daughters or another person, “Where is my dad (that is, father)?” The response was, “He’s next door at the other house.”

At an organizational level, God is not in this place. He’s “next door.” The fact that he’s not in this house would appear to suggest that he’s abandoned it. I think that’s a good conclusion, because we see from the dream that this house is under judgment. It is condemned.

God will not stay in a place that is condemned, but will abandon it. We see this, for example, with the temple in Jerusalem. Due to sin, the Spirit of God left the temple (see Ezekiel 10:1-22). He abandoned it. After that, it was destroyed by fire. This is very similar imagery to what we see in this dream.

8. The delusion of this house is at an all-time high.

There was no danger as far as my father was concerned. He was safe, but we were not safe at all. Furthermore, the house that we were in that belonged to him was burning to the ground!

It had taken more than 20 years to build this house, and now, it was coming down in just one hour! Even as the fire was raging, everyone acted as though everything was normal.

The fact that everyone is still acting as though everything is normal even as the fire is raging means that deception is at an “all time high.”

Please note that when God began to judge the early church (for example, with Ananias and Sapphira), the institution of the church (as an organized church) was very young, indeed.

A fellowship does not need to be in existence for more than 20 years, for this word to apply.

Nevertheless, it was stated in the dream that this house had taken more than 20 years to build. So whatever place this refers to, it is a place that was founded at least 20 years before its destruction. This would rule out every other place that has not been around that long.

I think it would also rule out every other place that was founded more than 30 years ago. Otherwise, would not it have said, “It had taken more than 30 years to build this house,” rather than that which was actually stated, “It had taken more than 20 years to build this house”?

9. Help those who are confused, and get them out of there, before the full collapse.

Since those in charge are not listening, the house is going to be completely destroyed with nothing standing. In light of this, there is an urgency to get people out of there in order to save lives. This is the mission-critical element in this entire dream.

I told one of those who had Down’s Syndrome to go down the hill, and wait with the two girls who were already there. This person just wandered and would not leave the house. I had to physically grab the person, and hold them, like you would hold a child in your arms, lifting up that person to your bosom, and helping them escape the burning house. I don’t even know if it was a man or a woman.

From the previous discussion (see The Judgment of God on Fake Miracle Workers, Part 1), we know who the people with Down’s syndrome represent. They represent the “less abled” or “less knowledgable.” Clearly, an outside influence is required to help them escape this place. Otherwise, they will suffer spiritual harm if they do not make it out safely.

What spiritual harm could befall them if they do not make it out safely? For one, they could become shipwrecked in their faith. Secondly, if God were to judge this house like he did the sons of Korah (see The Judgment of God on Fake Miracle Workers, Part 2), then people could start physically dying if they did not make it out in time. Remember, at God’s prompting, Moses commanded the onlookers to stand back. God said to Moses,

“Speak to the congregation, saying, ‘Get away from around the tent of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram!’” (Numbers 16:24)

So Moses told the people,

“Depart, please, from the tents of these wicked men, and touch nothing of theirs, lest you be consumed in all their sins!” (See Numbers 16:26)

Then, it says,

So they went away from the tent of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram, on every side. Dathan and Abiram came out, and stood at the door of their tents with their wives, their sons, and their little ones. (Numbers 16:27)

A little bit later, it says,

As he finished speaking all these words, the ground that was under them split apart. (Numbers 16:31)

Then, we read,

The earth opened its mouth and swallowed them up with their households, all of Korah’s men, and all their goods. So they, and all that belonged to them went down alive into Sheol. The earth closed on them, and they perished from among the assembly. (Numbers 16:32-33)

Thus, there was good reason to stand back.

The man who I lifted up, his legs were wrapped tightly around my waist. The waist is mentioned in Ephesians 6:14, where it says,

“Stand therefore, having the utility belt of truth buckled around your waist ...” (Ephesians 6:14)

The fact that he is clinging to my waist may be the Lord’s way of saying, “There is no truth in this place. These people who are trapped inside will need truth in order to make it out safely.”

10. The time to exit is now!

I noticed that something like small rocks then fell from virtually right above me (just missing me). Then, I knew I had to get out of that house quickly!

The “small rocks” are strategically placed in the dream by the Lord to confirm that the fire is not accidental, or due, for example, to persecution. Rather, it is his symbol of divine judgment, because stoning was God’s method of putting guilty parties to death in the Old Testament (see Deuteronomy 17:2-5). These rocks fell from above. Thus, the judgment comes from above, from God himself. In view of these small rocks falling, “The time to exit is now!”

11. Complete destruction will occur.

In front of me, I could see the fire raging (now it fully filled my vision), and I could see the structure breaking apart. The absolute rage of the fire was before my eyes. The flames were blazing in front of me so that my entire vision could only see flames as well as the (wooden) structure of the building that was now starting to break apart (the wooden structure was entirely engulfed). There was a support post that was now tilted, and by this I knew that the building was ready to collapse.

This is the last thing that I see in this dream. As I’m watching this, I’m actually backing out of there carrying the man with the Down’s Syndrome. I’m right at the door, meaning just outside the door, when I see this. The timing is critical because the whole building is raging like an inferno and is in the process of crashing down.

There are hardly any words to describe how urgent this situation was. I still remember the flames everywhere, and being in the midst of this burning house. At the start, it was such a nice beautiful house. Everything seemed to be still in place, where you would expect it to be, yet the fires were ignited or “breaking out” all around me (in various places, but not in the fireplace). Then, at the end of the dream, it was a blazing inferno that you had to leave quickly, before it destroyed you.

The imagery in the last part of this dream, and particularly the rescue scene, reminds us of Jude 1:23:

“And others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire; hating even the garment spotted by the flesh.” (Jude 1:23)

I saw one main support post, itself on fire, and titled, at about a 60 degree angle with the floor. This pillar was differentiated from the rest of this place because it was about 20 feet in length and stood out from the rest of the building, which was also coming down.

As to the consuming nature of the fire, the Bible says,

Who can stand before his indignation? and who can abide in the fierceness of his anger? his fury is poured out like fire, and the rocks are thrown down by him. (Nahum 1:6)

This situation is a very tragic one. It is one that did not need to happen. But unfortunately, it all began with the strange fire. The strange fire represents a false work. And hence, the title for this series, The Judgment of God on Fake Miracle Workers.

David wrote in Psalm 25:5,

“Guide me in your truth, and teach me, For you are the God of my salvation, I wait for you all day long.” (Psalm 25:5)

David was a man after God’s own heart. David did sin, but when he was rebuked, he immediately repented. This is a far different story than this place. Many many times the leaders in this place were warned. But they acted like there was nothing wrong. How tragic. How tragic to ignore the voice of the Holy Spirit. God warns us in his word, in Proverbs 1, saying,

“Because I have called, and you have refused; I have stretched out my hand, and no one has paid attention; but you have ignored all my counsel, and wanted none of my reproof; I also will laugh at your disaster. I will mock when calamity overtakes you, when calamity overtakes you like a storm, when your disaster comes on like a whirlwind, when distress and anguish come on you. Then they will call on me, but I will not answer. They will seek me diligently, but they will not find me, because they hated knowledge, and didn’t choose the fear of Yahweh.” (Proverbs 1:24-29)

In the New Testament, we read a very similar warning:

“For if we sin willfully after we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remains no more a sacrifice for sins, but a certain fearful expectation of judgment, and a fierceness of fire which will devour the adversaries. A man who disregards Moses’ law dies without compassion on the word of two or three witnesses. How much worse punishment do you think he will be judged worthy of who has trodden under foot the Son of God, and has counted the blood of the covenant with which he was sanctified an unholy thing, and has insulted the Spirit of grace? For we know him who said, “Vengeance belongs to me. I will repay,” says the Lord. Again, “The Lord will judge his people. It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.” (Hebrews 10:26-31)

This article was originally published on May 1, 2020. It was archived on the internet web archive on June 26, 2022. To view the link for the archive version, please visit

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