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October 28, 2006 at 6:03 am #1445AnonymousInactive
At approximately 1:30AM on 5/26/05
I was on small wooden boat that was about 15′ long. I was drifting along a narrow river, and it was at night. There was a full moon out and it was shedding a pretty good amount of light. I felt as though I was running from something evil, as if something were trying to catch me and take hold of me. The small wooden boat halted at the edge of a waterfall. I noticed there was a large pile of sticks in middle of the boat. I had this strong urge to jettison the sticks. So I grabbed the sticks and threw them overboard into the river. When I finished this, I felt the disappearance of the evil presence that had been with me. I began walking towards the stern of the boat and looking down at the wood. Then I turned and began walking towards the bow, noticing the craftsmanship of the boat and seeing my feet walking over it. As I lifted my head up I noticed someone standing at the very bow of the boat. I immediately knew it was Jesus. I could feel his presence as soon as I seen him from behind. Since the moonlight was very bright, I could see that Jesus was wearing a red robe and he had a wooden staff in his right hand. He was looking straight ahead. I walked up to his right side and looked up at him. He turned his head and looked down at me. At that time, Jesus said to me, “Walk out that door and pray to the Virgin Mary and to Saint Bernardine of Siena”.October 28, 2006 at 11:19 pm #7268AnonymousInactive
That is a very beauitful dream(I wish mine were like that). My father-in-law passed away a year ago and a couple months ago I was awaken by his voice and all he said was my name “DAVE”(what he was trying to say I don’t know).October 29, 2006 at 1:51 am #7271AnonymousInactive
The dream was so lucid that I remember seeing the cracks and nails in the wood. Everything was very detailed. I remember as soon as Jesus ended his command to me, I woke up and kept saying what he said. I woke my wife up because I kept saying it so loud, over and over again so I could remember. I walked fast to my computer and I typed it out. Luckily the computer was left on overnight so I got to write it out right away. I remember as I was typing the dream out, I was excited and anticipating searching the Saints name up on the internet; wondering just what if this for real. Then I went online to yahoo search Saint Bernardine of Siena, who I have never heard before in my life. Sure enough, his name came up and I remember just about falling off my chair and my heart was just racing. Later that morning, I printed my dream out on a piece of paper and took it to a priest at a Catholic Church (the one that I now go to). He asked me if I understood all the symbology in the dream. I told him I did and I explained it to him. He also asked me questions about my faith and during the conversation I found out that I wasn’t suppose to receive communion anymore until a made a general confession and to get my marriage blessed by him it could be a sacramental marriage. Within two weeks I completed this and I was back.October 29, 2006 at 1:58 am #7272AnonymousInactive
[color=blue:335rp9w7]AMEN! AMEN![/color:335rp9w7]October 29, 2006 at 5:27 am #7277AnonymousInactive
[quote:1nllpmzv]That is a very beauitful dream(I wish mine were like that). My father-in-law passed away a year ago and a couple months ago I was awaken by his voice and all he said was my name “DAVE”(what he was trying to say I don’t know).[/quote:1nllpmzv]
Thanks. I’m sorry to hear that your father-in-law passed away. Interesting experience you had.October 29, 2006 at 6:19 am #7278About Catholics TeamKeymaster
That’s a pretty amazing experience.
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