My dream is about two kingdoms:
One kingdom has a king, and the other has no king. But the people of the kingless kingdom are well aware that their king will soon come. Therefore while they wait for his arrival, they behave as if he is already present with them.
The king with the kingdom becomes greedy for the kingless kingdom, simply because there is no king yet and it is vulnerable, easy to take over. He wants to becometheir king as well. This greedy king has a brother. Aware of the king’s greed, he offered to go to the kingless kingdom and make a wager. He offers to play games with them and if the kingless kingdom looses the games, theywill have to allow his king-brother to reign over them.The kingless people were easily enticed and accepted thenegotiation. They lost and the king from the other kingdom was installed with grand ceremonies and celebrations. Those who do not pledge loyalty to the new king were being killed.
I saw the sick, poor and needy hide themselves in their houses. Some young ones did not want to pledge to the new king, because they are loyal to their coming king. I saw a soldier about to strike down two such young ones and I came in and struck down the soldier and saved the young ones. I started to gather a troop of young ones to fight against the new king and I convinced them to fight with me. “That is not your real king; he is still coming; get yourselves straightened up”, I told them. Pointing my right finger towards the young ones who want to be loyal to their coming king, I said, “Let us join in these household,” But the majority who easily let the other king rule over them shouted back at me saying, “We can’t; their houses are burning.” I knew in the dream that the phrase their houses are burning meant, “their houses are filled with the Holy Spirit.” I was given a Bible verse, Acts 9:14-17. I don’t know what it says.
In the dream, Wolfgang Simson came to visit and speak to the young people. I explained to him about the “two-kingdoms” dream and its meaning:
The kingdom with the king is the kingdom of man; the kingless kingdom is the Kingdom of God.
The Kingdom of man wants to rule over God’s people, not by waging war, but by deceiving them through harmless games.
Playing games with the world, i.e. Friendship with the world is enmity with God.
When God’s people negotiate, what they lose is not harmless games, but their loyalty to their King.
When God’s people who are lost say, “we can’t join; their houses are burning,” it actually means “We can’t join; they are filled with the Holy Spirit.” The King, even if he is not physically present has left behind his Holy Spirit with these households and they are on fire.
Wolf agreed to my explanation. Few pastors had come to hear Wolf speak. But they had brought many many young ones, ages 12-20. I invited the pastors to let the young people sit in the front, because they were hiding the young ones in the back. Then I saw the sick, the poor and the needy. I invited them to come and sit in the front. We were all sitting under a tree. As I saw the sick and the needy I want to see them get healed so I was crying, “Where is the tree of Life?” Suddenly I could see it. We were sitting right under it. I cried even more with joy now, “Yes, yes, this is the tree of Life.” I woke up and my eyes were all wet with tears.First thing, I grabbed the Bible and read Acts 9:14-17.
Ac 9:14-17 And he has come here with authority from the chief priests to arrest all who call on your name.” But the Lord said to Ananias, “Go! This man is my chosen instrument to carry my name before the Gentiles and their kings and before the people of Israel. I will show him how much he must suffer for my name.” Then Ananias went to the house and entered it. Placing his hands on Saul, he said, “Brother Saul, the Lord—Jesus, who appeared to you on the road as you were coming here—has sent me so that you may see again and be filled with the Holy Spirit.”
It talks about how the young man Saul was chosen and set apart to carry the King’s name, just like the young colt was chosen to carry the messiah into Jerusalem. This is about the next generation, the ones who are today between the ages 12-20. They are kept hidden somewhere in the very back by the old traditional church structures and policies. Such old traditional systems sit like scales in the eyes of the young, blocking and blinding their view.Someone has to call forth this young generation who are not after man-made systems, but are passionate and loyal to their King and his Kingdom to step over the established structures and positions and sit in the front. That stepping over the old, is the act of the scales falling from young apostles. They must shed those scales that are put over their eyes by traditional church systems. The young generation must see, they must receive their sight back. Their cry is not church but Kingdom. Churchianity must fall for the Kingdom to arrive. Their loyalty is not to the church, but to their King. They are waiting for their coming King. They are filled with the Holy Spirit to burn for the Kingdom of God.