RHEMA 1/6/06 WHEN YOUR SUPPORT SYSTEM CRUMBLES
VISION: I was in the car on a long bridge and
suddenly there was a pile of rubble and the bridge just
dropped off with no time to stop. I just sighed and
told the Lord I belong to Him as the car went over. To
my surprise, there was a disheveled, but manageable ramp
built right at the drop off, taking the car down over
all the rubble and off the end of the bridge without
At the bottom of the bridge, the car went into a
warehouse like place and I looked up and there were 2
angels that were working on dispensing mail like
packages. One dropped off from above into my seat.
This was a very strange “package”.
COMMENTS: In my childhood years of backpacking
and camping on river banks, my sleeping bag was a
survival one of down feathers. I didn’t “roll” my bag
up, I “stuffed” it into a small sack with a draw string
on top. That was what this was like, only it was not my
bag. In my rhema, I have much rhema about the KJV word
“beset” from Psalms 139, meaning to be surrounded and
carried in a bag. It is a very precious word. Anyway,
when the bag dropped in my seat I realized that someone
had “stuffed” a lot into that bag and it was not my
“stuffings.” When I lifted my arm up into the air to
throw the bag back, it was too heavy for me to lift or
throw because of my weakness and trauma over the
WORD TO PONDER: WHEN YOUR SUPPORT SYSTEM CRUMBLES
Beloved ones, I understand so well how it feels to
suddenly, without notice, have a support system crumble.
More often then not, these are supportive relationships
that can easily wreck in the stress of life.
Relationship is like traveling a bridge over rough
waters, it divides the sorrows and doubles the joy in
life. But when that bridge crumbles it is massive chaos
until help comes. I hear your cries for deliverance and
healing, I AM sending My angelic helpers to build a
platform over the rubble to help you see your way
clear. The secret to this platform is to keep your
conversation edifying, ever mindful to build one another
up, encourage and lift one another in your faith.
Sometimes relationships are dysfunctional and what
caused them to become that way comes from broken people
having no way out of repeated abuse until all they know
is to respond through that pain, no matter what they are
dealt. Find ways to honor and support one another.
Rebuild trust by showing a true desire for change and
then walking out those changes. Find ways to express
yourself differently. Create a new future and release
the past as over and gone.
Keep moving, dear one, don’t look back, just maneuver
your way through the mess, and once away from what has
crumbled, don’t stuff your feelings. If you need to
talk to someone about what has fallen, then share your
burden. Unstuff these emotions that you have carried
for so long. Pray over them. Share your burden and
bring it all to prayer. Release and forgive, express
your sorrow, move away from the pain as you pour out
that which you have held inside. These burdens are not
yours to carry alone, ask Me for help. If you feel it
is too much to share with one person, then trust Me to
bring you several and dispense portions of this heavy
heart until you are free at last. Commit your way to Me
and I will set you free.
Eph 4:29-32 NKJV
And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you
were sealed for the day of redemption. Let all
bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be
put away from you, with all malice. And be kind to one
another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as
God in Christ forgave you.