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  • Aaron lane on 1 Samuel 2
    i had a message from god in a dream , in that dream i got a old video game where planes battle againts planes , the game is called 1942. Then i awoke to a alarm in my head going brrrr brrrr and got a message to read samuel 1 and 2. don't really read the bible as find it to hard to make sence ,
  • Stephanie - in Reply on 1 Samuel 2
    Aaron Lane, I will tell you what I think. There is a battle in the spiritual realm (airplanes indicate that the action is in the spiritual dimension). It is a battle of world significance (as in 1942). Hannah's prayer in chapter 2 shows that only those whose faith is in the Lord win their battle. The proud, even though they are mighty on earth, eventually fail. The dream is meant for you to take heart and to intercede for the world's current events in faith that the "mighty" in their pride ( 1 Sam. 2:3) are fighting with broken weapons ( 1 Sam 2:4), while those who seemed to be overpowered are in fact "girded with strength" -- the battle is the Lord's and he alone has the power to "lift up" and to give strength.

    The Lord is showing you how to pray. Jesus has promised us if we ask anything according to his will, God does it. He is basically doing for you what is meant in 1 Sam 2:8. He is lifting you up and inspiring a prayer that will be world-changing. He is acknowledging your humility and your passion for Good to win. By acknowledge God as the one who established the earth, you are more powerful than "the mighty" because "not by might does man prevail," but the battle belongs to the Lord.
  • Aaron - in Reply on 1 Samuel 2
    Thank you , you have just helped me , I have taken a screen shot of your comment . I'll save it.

    Kind regards

    Aaron lane
  • Stephanie - in Reply on 1 Samuel 2
    :) I'm happy you found it helpful. Bless you.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on 1 Samuel 2
    I have played that game. If I was you I would read those chapters.



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