Pastor Chris Reed, the heir apparent to Rick Joyner at Morningstar Ministries, had a dramatic end times dream of a shaking in America. As part of his dream, he was given newspapers with various disturbing headlines. As I’ve been saying, there’s never been a more critical time to start praying the news.
A major prayer leader sent me a dream from Pastor Chris Reed, the heir apparent to Rick Joyner at Morningstar Ministries. He on Morningstar’s YouTube page on March 31. Reed originally had the dream on March 25 and took several days to process it with his team before going public, which is a responsible thing to do.
In my Praying the News podcast you can listen in to Reed’s dream. I’ll also share with you a recent dream I had that is in line with what the Holy Spirit gave him. Of course, I’ll give you prayer points as we continue praying the news—and in this case perhaps praying the news that hasn’t yet happened.
Reed believes we will see these things start to unfold in 2022 and 2023. Of course, he acknowledges 1 Corinthians 13:9, “We know in part and we prophesy in part.”
I have received several parts that align with what Reed is sharing. I already shared with you the food supply shortage dream in a previous podcast. You can listen in to Episode 11 to the show titled, “Food Supply Shortage Prophecies Manifesting: What Now?”
I believe Reed’s dream and the interpretation are spot on. What I like about his dream is that it has a redemptive hope about a renewal in America. It was ultimately about renewal rather than reckoning. While second heaven dreams are frightening and hopeless, warning dreams from God have a redemptive value. Thank you, Chris, for sharing this with us.
I share my dream in my podcast episode 13, titled End Times Dream from Chris Reed Confirms What I Just Saw. Listen in here.
We need to be prepared naturally and spiritually for what is coming next.
Notice how I was not panicking in the dream. God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love and a sound mind. There’s no need to panic. We need to pray.