I dreamed I was in New Zealand with other women travelers. We were sitting on the bank of a lake and I was wading in the water ankle deep, and discussing what it was like traveling alone as women. I told them my travel plans-- I would be leaving New Zealand and flying into Thailand, then either Israel or India or both, and then flying to South America, and I'd have many connecting flights with longer lay overs in other countries on my way to these places. Suddenly I heard a train and the scene changed. I saw two black figures throwing coal off a train car while it was moving. Suddenly I was on the car behind them and I cried out "Stop! Don't you know if you warm these heads of coal up they will turn into children and there are many women without children!" the figures looked at each other then pushed all the bags of coal to me and vanished. I cried out to the Lord, "Lord, should I stay here and start an orphange?!" Immediately, God answered and said, "No. Go to Thailand, Israel/India, and South America, and one day you will return here." The scene changed and I was in Thailand in the jungle on a mountain. There was a small path and I was standing on the side on a fallen tree. Immediately the Lord said, "Do not buy bread, don't even ask for it, and I will give it to you." I was pondering these words trying to make sense of them while a Thai man in a large straw hat was coming down the path to me. I was about to ask him for bread after much debate, and as I opened my mouth to speak, he looked up smiling and tossed me a loaf of bread before I could say anything. Then the scene changed and I'm listening to my Charity talk about a friend named Kara who got married overseas and was lonely. She then quoted a verse she said was in Acts, though I know it's in Matthew 4:22 and she said, immediately, they dropped thery're nets and followed him. I kept thinking, that's my husbands life verse, but why is she saying it's in Acts? End of dream.
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