I had a dream in the morning of May 6th, where a Pentecostal church member was in a Seventh Day Adventist church.
Walking up to the Church, I could see this mega Church was brand new and made with lots of gold.
People were packed inside and many had passports with them. As I was waiting for someone to check my passport, a Pentecostal man standing next to me said, “I left my church because I didn’t like the congregation.”
In the morning, I ask Jesus about this dream.
First He showed me Isaiah 6:12 which says,
“until The LORD has sent everyone far away and the land is utterly forsaken.”
Jesus used this verse to talk about a shaking coming to the Church and the land is going to look different for believers.
Then Jesus broke down the meaning of this dream:
1) Pentecostal and Seventh Day Adventist
These denominations could not be further apart in their beliefs, so to see them together in one church is very odd.
The LORD spoke about how there is going to be a dividing line in the near future. The dividing line will come from the government and it will cause you to choose — to be a Christian or not.
I was not given clarity yet on what the Government will use to create this dividing line. However, Christians are going to come together, because they will want to bond and remain strong as the Government tries to separate them and decrease the amount of Christ followers.
2) The Big Mega Church
This represents Christians coming together and using their resources together.
Not ALL Christians are going to do this, but we will see more Christians of all denominations come together.
You see a lot of denominations go on mission trips with only their denominations. But there will come a time when Christians of different denominations will come together to go on trips to promote the thing they have in common — Jesus and the gospel.
4) “I left my church because I didn’t like the congregation.”
Hardships will come against The Church and some people in the congregation will jump ship and leave their faith.
The Pentecostal man said this because many of his fellow worshipers left the Church to follow the Government.
Note: This dream was to show something and has nothing to do with promoting Seventh Day Adventists or mega churches.
Lastly, the Holy Spirit says: “Come My children. Come to Me and worship Me only.
I have great plans for The Church. I will prosper The Church even when times get rough.
Rejoice! For great things will happen to those who stick to Me and Me only!”
~ Travis Coffey
Travis Coffey was called by Christ to be a prophet. His desire is to help people get informed about who Jesus is, and what is He is doing during these end times.
Travis can be reached directly at his website: “King Jesus”.