In part one of this post, I describe a dream in which I heard the words “You must be healed sexually.” Initially, I thought this would only be a two-part post. However, I have continued to hear additional insights into the words of this dream. Daughters, here’s what I received to share with you.
In this post, I explore King David’s lament over the realization of his sins.
Those that are after The Creator’s heart do not desire to lie, nor do they make a habit of living a deceptive life. They tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
In a dream, I heard the words “you must be healed sexually,” and then appeared the face of a well-known, female R & B singer.
The washing process begins with confronting pain; confronting the original wound, the original hurt or the original disappointment. In this post, I explore the pathology of pain as the pathway for healing.
Who are my enemies? How does God define enemies? Webster’s dictionary defines an enemy as a foe; an adversary; one who hates another, or dislikes, and wishes him injury, or attempts to do him injury to gratify his own malice or ill will; a public enemy or foe, is one who belongs to a nation or party, at war with another; one who is an enemy to truth or falsehood. In military affairs, an enemy is defined as the opposing force in war. The Hebrew word for enemies is “ʼôyêb,” which means an adversary or to hate. Let’s see what The Creator says about the subject.
Daughters, my sisters, I heard these words and felt it so strongly. There will be washing this season. You will not be able to walk as daughters of the King without first being washed in the raw unfiltered words, wisdom, knowledge, and insight of a holy God. To be washed is to become holy.
In a dream one night I heard the words “Temika, you are broken. You need help.” These were the words I heard after getting engaged for a second time.