” And at midnight there was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him. Then all those virgins arose, and trimmed their lamps.” (Matt. 25:6-7)
Lord, Sue has asked me to look again into the steam train word You gave me for her to see if the scene has changed. So here I am. Show me what You want me to know, I ask in Jesus’ Name.
Now I see the smokestack for the train and it is really belching steam straight up. I see flat, empty countryside behind the train. There is coal in a coal car next to the engine. Jesus, I think You are leaning, in a relaxed way, against the front of the train. I don’t think it is going to move forward with You there. There seems to be plenty of fuel for this train, but it isn’t going anywhere, though it is ready. What more would You like to tell me about this scene?
“The train is My power and might, powered by My Holy Spirit through My people.”
The coal is us, isn’t it, Lord?
“Yes, My people changed by fire–My holy fire, but also by the fire of adversity, full of My Spirit, ready to be unleashed on a barren land. The time is almost, but not yet as more are prepared. Then I will step out of the way of the engine,jump aboard and drive it.”
That sounds like revival and awakening is soon coming.
“Be ready. Trim your lamps.”