Monday, April 2, 2012

Spring Cleaning and Banana Cream Parfaits

I haven't posted in a while, not because things haven't been happening, but because so much of what's happening hasn't been things I could talk about so publicly.

Spring cleaning seems to be on God's heart for me and many others I know, and it all started for me with this lovely little dream about taking care of the generational curses in the family. After that one, I had another revealing Freemasonry in my bloodline. Mom had a dream of being married to a 33rd degree Freemason. Dad was not a mason, I believe that since Mom is the matriarch of the family, it was revealing what we were in covenant with.

Once a week the entire extended family in the area gets together for Sunday night supper. I printed off this prayer of renunciations for descendants of Freemasons and we went through it as a family. It took a full glass of pop and about a half hour for me to get through it all, but afterward we all felt free and happy and there was that unmistakable fragrance of His Presence in the room.

Had a couple more Masonic dreams showing me where to go from there. Mom had a vision of Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich chasing Mitt Romney. (Or it might have been that they were running behind him :) she said "chasing.") At the same time, she heard that we were supposed to renounce the Masonic declarations spoken over the nation. How those two things go together, I'll leave you to speculate.

We basically went through the generational prayer again, only instead of "our forefathers", it was "our founding fathers". Not going head to head against fortified spirits, just forgiving those involved and praying in the Light.

The following Sunday was my turn to cater Sunday Night Supper and I woke up that morning from a dream of a banana cream parfait in a mason jar. Not quite sure how to interpret that, but I liked the idea of celebrating that we've driven that spirit bananas, so I made parfaits and they were tasty!

Nilla wafers, banana cream pudding mix, bananas and whipped cream.

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