Prophetic Dream: Now is the Rebirth of the Church

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Abby Trivett

Is the church about to enter a new season?

In a message about a recent prophetic dream, Jeremiah Johnson is bringing good news of hope to the church about a coming rebirth.

“I have received good news from the Lord that will be an encouragement to many,” Johnson says. “God started talking to me about the rebirth of the church.”

Johnson says this rebirth season is about dead things coming back to life. While our world is surrounded by such great darkness, God can and will use it to shine His light and make His glory known.

“In this dream God began to show me just so much darkness,” Johnson says. “In the Word of God it talks about darkness of course increasing and that’s what I was really seeing in the dream, but then it says ‘but the glory of the Lord will shine upon you.’”

“In this dream I was seeing kind of this collision of light and darkness, the great and terrible day of the Lord. But at the same time there was this massive rebirth that’s happening,” Johnson continues.

Just as the light pierced the darkness in his dream, Johnson says God is getting ready to slice through this dimness and pour out new beginnings filled of hope and joy for His people.

“We are in a season of rebirth. There are things that we thought were dead. There are things that we thought could not come back to life, and we are in a season of real revival,” Johnson says.

This is a reminder of Ephesians 2, which tells us that we were dead in our sins. However, because of God’s tender mercy, He has raised us up to life, seating us in heavenly places.

However, just as Johnson warns, we must stay fixed on this hope—the One found in Christ alone—so we do not get caught up into the fears the enemy throws our way. By setting our sights on Jesus, the church will be able to see how all things are possible through Him.

“One drop of God’s presence can reverse your situation,” Johnson says.

There is power in Psalm 30:5: Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.” No matter the circumstance, God can take ashes and turn them into something remarkably beautiful.

Abby Trivett is a marketing copywriter and coordinator for Charisma Media

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