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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Nicole Moore's Airplane-Crash Dream - A Warning

July 26, 2015

The following dream was submitted to on June 22, 2015 by Nicole Moore.  James Bailey of z3News chose not to publish it, as it does not fit the focus of that site. Nicole gave me permission to reproduce it here [slightly edited], together with my interpretation, which she confirmed.

The Dream:

Early this month, June 2015, I had a dream in the early hours of the morning. I was on an airplane. Prior to me getting on the plane, I knew it was going to crash.

For some reason I was able to hear the names of the passengers on the plane being announced. I knew Oprah was on the plane, along with three supermodels and other wealthy, Hollywood stars. I saw their faces. I do not watch much TV, but I knew they were movie stars.

After being in the air for some time, the plane began to descend. I looked out the window and could see water. I was very calm even though the plane was about to go into crash mode. As the plane went down, the people didn't seem very panicked - just quiet.

The plane then hit the ground and there was a sigh of relief from everyone that it had landed safely. My husband then appeared beside me and called his father and spoke the words, "It's crashed." All passengers then grabbed their phones and began calling people, saying, "We are OK; we are OK." Then they began to speak out loud to their friends, "Is everyone OK?"

I then called my mother, who lives in England, and told her what had happened. All she kept saying was, "I have never heard of anything like this. I cannot believe it! How could this happen?"

Then my attention was focused on the plane. While they were all thinking they were OK, water began to come in the plane at a rapid rate from the bottom rising upwards. I could see all the passengers begin to scramble and try to climb higher up the plane. They were standing on the seats, then the head rests, and then even grabbing the luggage compartment to prevent the water from reaching them. I then woke up.

I went into the office and began to pray and ask the Lord for a Scripture. I then spoke the words loudly:  "Exodus 15:10 - You blew with Your wind, the sea covered them; they sank like lead in the mighty waters."

Interpretation and Teaching through Debra Walker:

Nicole, you knew what was going to happen in the dream but had no fear because your foundation is on the Rock, Jesus Christ. You will be protected:  "A thousand will fall at your side, and ten thousand at your right hand; but it shall not come near you. Only with your eyes will you look and see the reward (recompense) of the wicked." (Psalm 91:7-8). You were given this dream to warn others. It is not really about a plane crash; that was simply the metaphorical vehicle (parable) the Lord used to convey the warning.

As the plane went down, the people weren't very panicked because they didn't really believe it would crash. Surely this disaster couldn't happen to them. It's called the normalcy bias.

Then there's group psychology:  most people placed in a stressful situation will look around themselves to see how others are handling it, and act accordingly. No one wants to stand out in a bad circumstance, even among a group of people who are used to standing out in a particular arena. 

We see this being played out today. God is giving prophetic dreams and warnings like this to literally millions of people, but most of the people who are warned (directly by God or indirectly by them) see "nobody" (the majority) doing anything about it so they don't, either.

Your husband, who appeared at your side, will also be saved. He made the first phone call of many, indicating that he will be a leader of many people. People will look to him for guidance. He called his father, because he will need to be in close contact with his Father in heaven to lead the people. It is noteworthy, however, that the people on the plane clung to their normalcy bias. "Everything's OK; we'll be fine."

Your mother in England has of course heard of plane crashes before. But in your dream she was shocked and didn't know how to even process the news, let alone embark on a course of action. God really wanted to drive home the point about normalcy bias. There will be many people who, even seeing a disaster with their own eyes unfolding in front of them, will simply look in shock and say, "This has never happened before!" 

In the dream, your mother couldn't believe it or understand how it could happen because she represents the majority of people around the world, who do not read the Bible for themselves and thus really don't know what it teaches or prophesies. It prophesies that many things which have never before been seen or even heard of (in other words, not written in the Bible, either) will happen in these times. (See 1 Corinthians 2:9 and John 14:12.)

The saddest part of your dream is its final paragraph. The people did not respond to the first shaking (crash landing) as God wanted; even though in His love they narrowly missed death, they did not repent and turn their hearts to Him. Accordingly, in the abundance of His love, He was obliged to proceed with the second shaking (water onboard) in yet another attempt to get their attention and give them one more chance to turn back to Him so He could save them.

But faced with the impossible situation, where only a supernatural event could save them, they stubbornly chose to trust in themselves and not God, trying to save themselves by climbing higher. And in irony, as the Bible frequently uses water as a type of the Holy Spirit, you can see that they were actually trying to save themselves by running away from the Holy Spirit - the very person of the Godhead Who could have saved their lives supernaturally. God is showing us that the vast majority of people will be lost, even as He is passionately reaching out to them in one shaking (disaster) after another.

God made it perfectly clear to whom this dream pertains in the Scripture He gave you. Exodus 15:10 was spoken about the Egyptian army, whom God killed and buried in the Red Sea as they pursued His people. The Egyptians were a people who worshiped a pantheon of false gods, just as do most people today. There are the false gods of many religions, but there are also the false gods of TV personalities, movie stars, singers, athletes, money, ourselves, our jobs, and on and on. If it's not God and you either worship it, idolize it, trust in it to save you, or aren't willing to give it up if called to do so by God, it's a false god.

"And as it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be in the days of the Son of Man. They ate, they drank, they married and were given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all. Likewise as it was in the days of Lot; they ate, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they built; but the same day that Lot went out of Sodom it rained fire and brimstone from heaven, and destroyed them all. So shall it be in the Day when the Son of Man is revealed." (Luke 17:26-30)

Normalcy bias. The sun always rises; therefore, it will always continue to rise. Besides, nobody is doing anything to get ready for life without sunshine. And there have always been some kooks claiming that the end is coming. Every generation has had people who were convinced they were living in the end times, but none of them have been right yet! (I hope you read this paragraph with the sarcasm intended.)

"The Ninevites believed God. A fast was proclaimed, and all of them, from the greatest to the least, put on sackcloth. When Jonah's warning reached the king of Nineveh, he rose from his throne, took off his royal robes, covered himself with sackcloth and sat down in the dust. This is the proclamation he issued in Nineveh:  'By the decree of the king and his nobles: Do not let people or animals, herds or flocks, taste anything; do not let them eat or drink. But let people and animals be covered with sackcloth. Let everyone call urgently on God. Let them give up their evil ways and their violence. Who knows? God may yet relent and with compassion turn from His fierce anger so that we will not perish.' When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, He relented and did not bring on them the destruction He had threatened." (Jonah 3:5-10)

Normalcy bias. The Ninevites recognized that God - the God Who rained fire and brimstone on Sodom, Gomorrah, Admah, and Zeboyim with such intensity that even the stones of the buildings were burned to ashes - could do the same to their city. They recognized that they were no longer living in normal times. And they stopped eating, drinking, buying, selling, planting, building, and marrying. They wouldn't even let their animals eat or drink! If God, in His righteous judgment, is going to kill you and utterly destroy everything around you in 40 days, what is the point of planning for a normal future? So all they did was repent and wholeheartedly cry out to God. That's all He's ever wanted - to see the people He created live in righteousness and love Him with all their heart, mind, and strength. So of course in His love and mercy, He forgave their sins and refrained from delivering the judgment they had previously earned.

Normalcy bias. The people around Noah and Lot had it, and perished from this earth to live eternally tormented in hell. The people of Nineveh did not; they repented, and were saved to live the rest of their lives on earth, with the chance to change their eternal destiny. Do you have normalcy bias? Whether you do or you do not, if you act accordingly, think about it:  What are the consequences if you're wrong?


As a further example of how God works, giving you exactly what you need exactly when you need it, I share this bit of trivia:  In my email to James Baily sharing my interpretation, I wrote, "James, it was no coincidence that you sent this to me of all the people you know, or that you held on to it from June 22nd until now. It was yesterday [evening] that God interrupted my drive home to teach me about Noah and Nineveh!" 

James sent it to me at 2:18 AM on a Sunday. I was awake to read it then, but replied at 2:48 PM, after sleeping and waking later that day. Now God had revealed the teaching to me at a little after 7:00 PM the day before - approximately (could be exactly) 7 hours before James sent it to me.

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