On the night of April 24 to 25, 2020, Prophet Benjamin received the following dream from God in his sleep, which I would like to share with you. It’s about a farmer and his chicken. For young and old!
Published on April 27, 2020 by Ailyn
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Hello, welcome! On the night of April 24 to 25, 2020, Prophet Benjamin received the following dream from God in his sleep, which I’d like to share with you. Benjamin writes:
I dreamed about a chicken coop…
A chicken was in there that was clucking and showing wild behavior. The chicken jumped up against the walls like a crazy chicken! And the noise in the coop could be heard from afar.
I saw a farmer walking up to the coop very quickly, and he was running after the crazy chicken. But the chicken escaped and ran outside, with the farmer behind it, who had to take a leap, and was therefore covered in mud.
He was able to catch the chicken, and was now holding the chicken tightly in his hands. And instead of wringing the chicken’s neck, he gave the chicken his love, and spoke, “I give you my heart and I give you feed. And what do you give me in return?”
The chicken said, “Cluck, cluck, cluck, cluck!” and laid a warm egg in his hands. Then the farmer knew that the problem was that the egg had been stuck in the chicken, and that with a little understanding and love and patience, the egg came out.
After this event he calmly brought the chicken back into the chicken coop, and gave the chicken a big kiss… “Smack” on the beak. And he left again with a broad smile, back to his house, and yet first wrote this text on the door of the chicken coop:
Galatians 5, verse 22, and he walked away satisfied.
This was my dream, what I dreamed last night,
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