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November 09, 2009


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How precious this is.

Georgia Hasan

How it is of the LORD that I have come here to see this site today, to read these words and absorb their Truth. I am trying to take this all in as I read and relate in my own experience and in my knowledge of the experience of those with whom the LORD has networked me. I have those who have tolerated my childishness, and still have even sought permission from the LORD, many times, to break off relationships with those who are seemingly burdensome to me in their childishness. I looked forward to ending especially one relationship hoping that 7 years was enough, since my life has cycled in 7 year spans. Yet even as the LORD gave me vision of moving away from this particular person one step at a time, I am given another dream-vision where he progresses to no longer wearing an outer garment that has no appeal as he thinks it should. This garment that he thought should make him so appealing only showed how he just did not get it, that the garment was completely inappropriate, goofy, not attractive to me as he had hoped. I believe it was a garment of perfectionism, perfecting the flesh, not walking in the spirit. His behavior in the dream vision was to present himself for my attraction, not attracted himself to me, just wanting me to be attracted to him, by wearing this silly outer garment. And when that repeatedly did not work, he, still wearing the garment, tried to make me jealous of another woman, and then present himself as "I do not want her, but you." but it was only a ploy for me to be attracted to him.
When this final attempt to attract me failed, immediately in the next scene, the garment was gone.
His appearance then resembled one who had first been called to be my husband, but did not want to go there, being the discouraged, or even rebellious, son of a pastor and not wanting to surrender to the walk of abandonment of all to follow the LORD that I wanted.
Then the man in my dream changed again. He was a different man by all appearance, but he was the same man who had previously worn the silly garment. Bur now, he was dressed appropriately, with social understanding, and his conversation was introspective as we sat on a bench talking. I was not hearing to remember any words in the dream-vision;I just was so aware that he had changed and those were my thoughts.
The scene changed again and we were walking, he holding my hand from under it as one would guide or support delicately, as if one were treating you as so special yet in was not focused on me but was speaking and thinking introspectively, seeing himself in a whole new way.
As we walked I saw ahead of us and off to the right an ascending open staircase that was standing by itself. We were moving in that direction but had no destination in mind only walking together as he talked with a whole new perspective.
I kept looking at him in an attempt to take this in and kept saying within my mind with incredulous wonder, "Can this be John?"
Pondering on the dream-vision later, I thought that he had come to the place now where he could ascend the staircase, having chosen to no longer wear the silly garment. It was as made of a dark pink curtain shear, with three tiers, so that upon pondering I thought that it was a result of his interaction with his mother, maybe her requirements according to the spirit of perfectionism, the devil's counterfeit of holiness.

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Numbers 27: 1-7

  • Zelophehad, of the tribe of Manasseh had five daughters and no sons. Their names were: Mahlah, meaning "sickness or disease"; Noah, meaning "rest or comfort"; Hoglah, meaning "partridge or boxer"; Milcah, meaning "queen of counsel"; and Tirzah, meaning "pleasantness." If we accept theses women's names as pictures of their abilities, natures, or the adversities they had overcome, we see all the qualities they had overcome, we see all the qualities necessary for the tenacity, tact, courage, wisdom and grace they needed to request and receive – an inheritance for themselves. The power of their example is in their wisdom of trusting God to see that they were not denied. The five daughters manifest a balance between a spirit of confrontation and a spirit of cooperation. Confronting the enemy and cooperating with God. They trusted in God allowing Him to be their Deliverer and Provider and in Him receiving their inheritance. So it will be with the Daughters of Z!

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