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Restoring old paintings with immigrant Homeless papers.

Post by steadygaze on Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:04 am

Hello and blessings in need of confirmation.

Dream,

I was living in a dormitory with other women. It was a very large old building like an old car factory or something and we had these papers that were almost like immigrant papers the difference was our papers were stamped with homeless and homes on the bottom of our papers in bold letters, there were more women who lived in homes then women who were homeless infact there were very few and I was one of the few.. In this dormitory we had four women to a bedroom each. In this old dormitory I would get these huge old paintings six feet tall that I had to always use a latter and my job was to bring these paintings to life. I had this huge painting and it was dull in color it had muted color to it and I was to some how fix it to bring life to it. I sat and looked at the picture for a long time to try and ponder what I could do to bring it to
life. The painting was a scenery painting but the scenery was very dark and so I said to whom ever was with me, "It needs stars and some detail work to brighten it up a bit and add life to it." So I began to paint what I saw it needed. After I am done my boss comes in and she tells me
the owner of the painting was on the phone and they did not want the painting be fixed but cleaned. I was like what! I was told to fix it notclean it and then, my boss asked for my papers so I gave her my papers and I was embarrassed because who ever was with me could see on the bottom of the paper the word stamped homeless in big bold letters on it. In my mind I was not homeless I had a home. Then I think to myself how am I going to clean the paint I just painted off this painting. The next thing I know all the women leave this building to go home for a break for awhile and I am in the car with roommates driving home and we are just really enjoying ourselves. Then I return on my own back to this factory thinking I would have the same roommates and so I go to my same room as before and only half my roommates are there and they were in bed and told me I was in another room. So I go to my new room and my other
two roommates were there and they said hi as I was getting ready for bed..

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Post by steadygaze on Wed May 11, 2011 1:53 am

Hello and blessings in need of confirmation.

Dream,

I was living in a dormitory with other women. It was a very large old building like an old car factory or something and we had these papers that were almost like immigrant papers the difference was our papers were stamped with homeless and homes on the bottom of our papers in bold letters, there were more women who lived in homes then women who were homeless in fact there were very few and I was one of the few.. In this dormitory we had four women to a bedroom each. In this old dormitory I would get these huge old paintings six feet tall that I had to always use a latter and my job was to bring these paintings to life. I had this huge painting and it was dull in color it had muted color to it and I was to some how fix it to bring life to it. I sat and looked at the picture for a long time to try and ponder what I could do to bring it to
life. The painting was a scenery painting but the scenery was very dark and so I said to whom ever was with me, "It needs stars and some detail work to brighten it up a bit and add life to it." So I began to paint what I saw it needed. After I am done my boss comes in and she tells me
the owner of the painting was on the phone and they did not want the painting be fixed but cleaned. I was like what! I was told to fix it notclean it and then, my boss asked for my papers so I gave her my papers and I was embarrassed because who ever was with me could see on the bottom of the paper the word stamped homeless in big bold letters on it. In my mind I was not homeless I had a home. Then I think to myself how am I going to clean the paint I just painted off this painting. The next thing I know all the women leave this building to go home for a break for awhile and I am in the car with roommates driving home and we are just really enjoying ourselves. Then I return on my own back to this factory thinking I would have the same roommates and so I go to my same room as before and only half my roommates are there and they were in bed and told me I was in another room. So I go to my new room and my other
two roommates were there and they said hi as I was getting ready for bed..


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Re: Restoring old paintings with immigrant Homeless papers.

Post by Grey Butterfly on Thu May 12, 2011 2:39 pm

You brought paintings to life... and you are homeless.

This kinda speaks to me about what we are here for.

We are the light of the world... because Jesus who lives in us is the light... we bring life and love into this world in his name - even if it is unwanted.

Your home is not here... you are one of the few... Jesus said that only a few would find the narrow way.

I don't know if that is what your dream was given to you for, but that is what it speaks of to me.

How did you feel in the different parts of the dream? do you feel that anywhere in your awake life?

Blessings to you :o)

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Post by steadygaze on Thu May 12, 2011 3:28 pm

Yes I am one who speaks life into people naturally supernaturally. I believe the washing meant I am now to bring forth a provoking and convicting message to the body of Christ, to bring forth Holiness and righteousness.

Blessing to you beloved one of God..

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Re: Restoring old paintings with immigrant Homeless papers.

Post by Grey Butterfly on Thu May 12, 2011 4:46 pm

Jesus I pray you will bless this child of yours, bless her as she/he brings your life to others, please make your message clear and focused like a laser that can cut through steel, or bring life in the most minute surgery. Put your hand on steadygaze and guide the words given so that she knows when to start and when to stop. Make this your message Lord, backed with your supernatural confirmation and with power. Amen.

I just remembered, Jesus said he had no place to lay his head - so I guess his papers would have been stamped homeless too :o)

Steadygaze, can I ask you what prompted you to call me "beloved one of God" ??

Bless you :o) Diane


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Post by steadygaze on Thu May 12, 2011 5:56 pm

Well we are His Beloved ones, and He calls us beloveds so that prompted me.

I say yes and Amen to those prayers Lord my heart is yours ans so is my mouth and lips.

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Post by Grey Butterfly on Thu May 12, 2011 6:01 pm

:o) Thanks, it was beautiful :o)

Bless you too, beloved one of God xx

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