Sinking rowing boat and the Bermuda Triangle

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Sinking rowing boat and the Bermuda Triangle

Post by charlie » Tue Oct 08, 2019 10:41 am

Shalom! Discernment appreciated on this one.

Scene 1: It is dark and somewhere in the middle of the ocean. I see a rowing boat and it is taking on water. I say 'the boat is sinking' and then I become part of the Scene (before speaking I had been observing the scene).

There are 3 of us; 2 men and myself (a woman for those who don't know me on here). We all jump out of the sinking rowing boat into the ocean. It is still dark. Emotions: I am perturbed but not overly panicked (IRL this would be my worst nightmare!). I do not know the men and they don't provoke any emotion...they are just there.

Scene 2: We swim through the inky-dark waters, away from the sinking rowing boat. I am behind the two men and a beginning to feel like I might be left behind so reach out to grab the second man and ask him to not leave me behind. He is amenable.

There is no panic. There are floating inflatable platforms all around us-we are encircled by them. I ask what they are for and the first man says 'they are there so that we can work out what direction the Bermuda Triangle is (the sense was that they would be sucked towards the BT). I was alarmed to find out that we were near the BT but the men did not seem so alarmed. I asked them 'how can you be sure that we are swimming away from it.' One answered 'we can't be sure. We just have to take a risk.' We continued swimming, pushing our way between the inflatable platforms.

Jesus said: I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 18:3

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Re: Sinking rowing boat and the Bermuda Triangle

Post by bjcollin » Tue Oct 08, 2019 7:24 pm

Just an observation, you conquer the unknown by making a decision and taking on the risk. Don't fear the unknown.

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