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In an early morning vision, I was shown from a distance three bodies on three crosses – it was dark outside. In a second vision, I was caught up in an amazing and tremendous wind that carried the letters of the alphabet.  I could see these letters flying towards me, beside me, all around me.

I am hearing “Preach”.


The first vision symbolizes the crucifixion scene of Jesus with a malefactor on one side and a penitent thief on the other side of him.  To remain within the context of the vision, it is significant to note that Jesus first arose.  In second place, a penitent thief was also fated to arise to be with Jesus (Lk.23:43)  And in third place, a non penitent thief whose fate, though he would arise, was different.

The crucifixion scene is especially meaningful in this vision because it symbolically points to future prophetic events. Like the penitent sinner on the cross, it points to the coming rapture/resurrection of the penitent saints who have died to sin, who are covenanted under the Blood of the Lamb and who will inherit heaven. In the case of the non-repentent malefactor, it also points to the resurrection of non-penitent sinners who are dead in sin, who have not accepted the plan of redemption and who will not inherit heaven. The latter will also arise but to a horrific judgement! (Although it is not biblically disclosed, I am guessing that the penitent sinner was positioned on Jesus’ right side.)

And many of them that sleep in the dust of the earth (flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of GOD) shall awake, some to everlasting life (the first resurrection of the redeemed) and some to shame and everlasting contempt (the second resurrection unto damnation occurs after one thousand years after the first resurrection/rapture).” (Dan. 12:2

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That the scene was shown in darkness is biblically supported in Mat. 27:45 and Mk. 15:33). And darkness, regardless of the time of day, is also defined as a time of upheaval and judgement:

“Woe unto you that desire the day of the Lord! to what end is it for you? the day of the Lord is darkness, and not light.” (Amos 5:18)

And it shall come to pass in that day says the Lord GOD, that I will cause the sun to go down at noon, and I will darken the earth in the clear day.” (Amos 8:9)

The second vision symbolizes the amazing and mighty rushing Winds of the Holy Spirit (Acts. 2:2)   In this case, the winds carried letters of the alphabet.  This is symbolic of the Word of GOD. It is symbolic of the Holy Spirit opening my understanding of the Word in relation to the first vision.

This is yet another message posted on the subject of the rapture.  It is a call for all sinners to repent and to accept GOD’s complete plan of salvation while time is still available.  And for Believers to be prepared and ready at all times.

Keep the Faith,