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Learning to Pray for Miracles

Learning to Pray

For decades, I have experienced future news headlines at night in my sleep.

When I wake up, I write what happened online in my prayer-prophecy group, and then, very soon after, I read the same thing in the news headlines.

When I first began having dreams, I just wrote what I saw without praying because I honestly didn’t think that my prayers would make a difference. I knew that God was already aware of what was going to happen because He sent the dreams so I just posted the dreams online when I woke up every day because I knew from lots of experience that whatever I saw in my dream would soon be headline news.

After more than a year of documenting these things, God me a clear message through a dream that I needed to pray about the outcome of all the dreams.

This dream is that dream.

Next Level Ending

Less than a month after posting the above dream, Tom came home from work and started describing what I saw in this dream:

Joe and I went to the store, and as we were waiting to go through customs, a white truck comes flying through at 70 miles per hour. Police try to stop him, and one guy gets his hand sliced open. Twelve police vehicles flew after this vehicle. The truck slams into the back of another vehicle at 70 mph. The force was so incredible I am sure any passengers in the vehicle died instantly.” So, Joe (my husband’s boss) runs over to a field to see if he can see what is going on!”

Suddenly, I’m thinking, I dreamed about this exact thing! So, I asked him, “Was the road newly paved?”

“What?” Tom asks, confused that I would ask this strange question in the middle of his story.

“A month ago, I had a dream exactly like this story, and in my dream, the road was newly paved.”

“Wait a minute!” He gripes, “This is my story!”

Laughing, I replied. “Was the road newly paved or not?”

“Yes,” he grumbles. “Now, can I finish my story?”

He finished the story, and I handed him a printout of this dream.

To which, he says, “Well, we’ll see. If that guy survived, it will be a miracle.” He assured me that there was no way a car could hit another vehicle with that much force and have anyone walk away.

But he did.

Miraculous Ending

The police officer who apprehended the man who not only survived but ran away from the crash said this:

“Many of us dream of being at the right place at the right time,” Villescas said. “Today was one of those incidents. Fortunate for us, unfortunate for this individual.” The man not only survived but ran away!

The outcome left me dumbfounded. The miracle that I prayed for happened!!! I hoped for a miracle. I prayed for a miracle, and when it happened, it blew me away.

Until I had this dream, I hadn’t prayed about the outcome of any of my dreams. Unti then, I believed that a prophecy of the future was written in stone. I had no idea that any action on my part was necessary for God to do a miracle (and probably it isn’t), but I knew that God was using this dream to show me to pray. So, I prayed, and for the first time, there was a miracle ending. It was a big deal because I had had dozens of dreams become newspaper headlines by the time I had this dream, but not one ended in a miracle.

It didn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that God used this dream to show me that I was missing it. Lesson Learned.

This dream was the start of a miraculous prayer life. This dream from Him taught me the importance of intercession. I followed the instructions to pray (‘bless the road’), and ever since then, as you’ll see through the miraculous stories on this website, God has been turning the prophetic dreams that He sends me into miracles.

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