More Dreams

Dreams are an odd thing. Where do they come from? What do they mean? The last dream I had was a bit on the odd side. I don’t even know how to describe this dream but I will.

I was living in my grandparents’ old house with the same people I’m currently living with: Archbishop, vicar general and the parish priest. I have to note that this house is in the middle of no where and it’s about an 9 hour drive from where we currently live.

I was watching a bit of tv one evening while the guys were out doing things. This really tall guy knocked on the door so I answered. At first he seemed nice and we talked a bit but then he took out a gun and told me this was a robbery. He asked me where my guitar was so I pointed toward my room (this would of been the guest room in my grandparent’ house). I didn’t want to have to deal with this guy so whatever he asked I answered. Just as he was walking towards my room my Archbishop walks in the house and sees that I’m freaking out.

I point to toward my room and then he sees the guy. This guys screams like a little girl and runs downstairs and my Archbishop chases after him. While they were downstairs I started hearing noise in the laundry room. I started walking closer and closer to this room. I had to walk right beside the stairs and so I looked down and I see topless women protesting. It’s like they were having the time of their life in what we call the Bishop’s house. I kinda just face palmed and kept following the noise.

There were people in a closet, maybe 20 of them and I started lecturing them this isn’t how your parents raised you, you should know better…. And I could tell that they were really feeling bad about what was going on.

I heard another scream which sounded much like the first one and then I woke.

This dream felt so weird that when I woke up I felt like this tall guy was still in my room. I was facing the wall and wasn’t comfortable, I wanted to turn side but I was afraid to move out of fear that the tall guy would shoot me with his gun.

In this dream I saw my archbishop as a hero, he saved the day but as an archbishop, doesn’t he do that everyday? It really put him in a different light.

I told my archbishop about this dream and now he keeps telling me that he’s fighting the bad guys Archbishops don’t need guns to fight. I was struck by that. Here the clergy are well respected but it’s not the same respect as they would get in the city. You will see the priests having secret handshakes with everyone, you will see the priests out fishing. Heck, during the weekend I saw my archbishop fixing a car, he was wearing his overalls, covered in oil and was underneath the car.

Archbishops don’t need guns to fight, to me this meant that you don’t need to jump right into a fight but you first have to get to know the people. Just like one of the past rector of Cathedral here used to say you don’t attract flies with vinegar, use honey instead.  Don’t be afraid to show love and talk about the joys of heaven, don’t concentrate on the fear of hell for His love is much strong than that.

Now, go fight the bad guys without guns and remember, He who lives by the sword dies by the sword. – Matt 26:52 Pick and know your fights.

My Catholic Living 🙂

9 thoughts on “More Dreams

      1. If that is the case, how can you justify so called prayers to mary, from Scripture.
        the fact is, you cannot.
        I am already educated enough, to knw that the Catholic socalled church is the Whore of Babylon.
        I suggest that, you get yourself a proper bible, rather than going to a so called catholic priest, for your beliefs.
        Get a KJV, you know, the bible that Catholics hate.


      2. I refer to a Bible that has not been tampered with.
        Dont try to put words in my mouth, its not clever.
        The Apocrypha does not belong as part of the canon of Scripture.


      3. The Bible directs us to invoke those in heaven and ask them to pray with us. Thus in Psalms 103, we pray, “Bless the Lord, O you his angels, you mighty ones who do his word, hearkening to the voice of his word! Bless the Lord, all his hosts, his ministers that do his will!” (Ps. 103:20-21). And in Psalms 148 we pray, “Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord from the heavens, praise him in the heights! Praise him, all his angels, praise him, all his host!” (Ps. 148:1-2).

        Not only do those in heaven pray with us, they also pray for us. In the book of Revelation, we read: “[An] angel came and stood at the altar [in heaven] with a golden censer; and he was given much incense to mingle with the prayers of all the saints upon the golden altar before the throne; and the smoke of the incense rose with the prayers of the saints from the hand of the angel before God” (Rev. 8:3-4).

        And those in heaven who offer to God our prayers aren’t just angels, but humans as well. John sees that “the twenty-four elders [the leaders of the people of God in heaven] fell down before the Lamb, each holding a harp, and with golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of the saints” (Rev. 5:8). The simple fact is, as this passage shows: The saints in heaven offer to God the prayers of the saints on earth.


      4. ‘Invoking ‘ sounds like witchcraft to me..
        I dont do witchcraft.
        Where does it say that angels pray for Christians.?


      5. In Tobit 12:12, the Archangel Raphael said to Tobias, “So now when you and Sarah prayed, it was I who brought and read the record of your prayer before the glory of the Lord, and likewise whenever you would bury the dead.” In Tobit 12:14-16, we read, “And at the same time God sent me to heal you and Sarah your daughter-in-law. I am Raphael, one of the seven angels who stand ready and enter before the glory of the Lord. The two of them were shaken; they fell face down, for they were afraid.”


      6. Technically, the actual KJV does not have missing books. It initially had what is in Protestant theology called the apocrypha and what is in Catholic and Anglo-Catholic theology the deuterocanonical books. And it was initially made for liturgical use by a church (CofE) that accepted that the deuterocanonical books were legitimate expressions of the Christian faith. The KJV Bible spookchristian uses is a very much tampered Bible.


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