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Palm Sunday, 2008, Rev. Robert Totman:

A vision from early this a.m.:
I saw a huge cleansing.  It was much larger than the Church in America.  The dead Bride was exposed by the mighty power of the  purging waters.  There were all sorts of idols that lay bare among the ruins.  The entire land was re-arranged, cleansed, swept over.  The  places where "sleeping" Christians reside were destroyed.

I saw that most would be swept over.  We should go to "high ground" NOW!  I don't know if that means literally, or not.  But we should definitely, each and every one, start by getting to spiritual high ground (Psa. 43:3).  Only those who saw it coming and went to high ground  escaped.  Oh, the waters are coming - it's inevitable; they can't be stopped.  Mighty, mighty waters!  The tide is swiftly rising.  There will be predictions as to how high - the waters will sweep over the American Church and far exceed the predictions.

Get ready, Jesus is coming.  "But who can endure the day of His coming?  Who can stand when He appears?  For He will be like a refiner's fire...He will sit as a refiner...and refine them like gold..."  Mal. 3:2-3 

In Christ,
p.s. - I was impressed with the following passage and the roots of the word "overflow."  I found it interesting how it relates to the Hebrew word for judgment.  Those who respond to the Holy Spirit NOW will  be kept safe.  What I saw in the vision could easily be considered judgment.  Yet, it is merciful:  as the many idols and false gods were destroyed, and the dead  Bride was exposed - the beginning of healing and restoration; indeed, RESURRECTION!

Isa 43:2 When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflowH7857 thee: when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee.

"overflow" - H7857 shaw-taf'
A primitive root; to gush; by implication to inundate, cleanse; by analogy to gallop, conquer: - drown, (over-) flow (-whelm), rinse, run, rush, (throughly) wash (away).

"justice" - H8199 shaw-fat'
A primitive root; to judge, that is, pronounce sentence (for or against) govern...plead, reason, rule. (Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries)