“Therefore take up the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you will be able to stand your ground, and having done everything, to stand” Ephesians 6:13, Berean Study Bible.
One night I dreamed I was talking with a woman outside a store parking lot. We stood there discussing business matters and creative marketing solutions as my husband and children shopped inside the store. Right in the middle of our conversation, a storm came. There came strong winds from every side and debris swirled in the air. Planes came crashing down. It was utter chaos. She looked at me and frantically said, “Let’s get out of here! Come with me!” I yelled to her, “I’m not going anywhere without my family!” People were running around and loud screams were heard as alarms sounded. Doing my best to stay calm, I ran inside the store to search for my husband and children. After finding them and comforting them, I walked outside the store. Confident in the power of my God, I looked out at the chaos. Many tornadoes were beginning to form. I looked to my left and to my right, and there were standing with me several sisters in Christ. They were full of faith, full of power, and they were there to stand with me. We held hands and began to pray. After we prayed, I looked at the tornadoes and spoke to them, commanding them to dissolve and not harm a single family or home. Within seconds, all of the tornadoes disappeared, and I woke up.
Let’s Pray! Father God, thank you for your divine protection and for a powerful spirit of unity among my sisters in Christ. You are helping us stand full of faith and power. Thank you for helping us not abandon our families or our purpose during these times. Thank you for helping us to be confident in you and speak to any storm with boldness and authority. Father, I speak to the storm in our lives and I command it to dissipate in the name of Jesus. The devil will not destroy our families, our home, our health or our lives. You will be glorified. We are covered by the blood of Jesus and no weapon formed against us will prosper. Thank you, Father. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
(Read Ephesians 6:12-14)