In a Dream, I was with prophetic friends in a small wooden boat.

We arrived at an overflowing pool. This was not a planned journey that we made intentionally, we suddenly appeared there.

As I looked at my surroundings, I found myself entering the water and swimming. I noted the white stone that encased this pool and how these waters were not at all still, as expected with a pool, but they were stirring vigorously.

I sensed that this pool had been undisturbed and out of sight for a long time, yet had at that moment been rediscovered, become a renewed dwelling place.

As I looked into the water, I saw large Gold Coins piled up. Each coin was the size of the palm of my hand and several millimeters thick.

I drew a few up with my hands and saw that they weren’t shiny, but were covered in a residue of ancient dirt.

I then continued to bring my hands up out of the water with nothing in them and as they reached the air, I saw in my hands many jewels. I would put my hand back in the water and they would disappear.

As I awoke from this dream, I clearly heard ‘Siloam’.

Boats have been used to represent The Church itself reaching a safe haven with its Christian souls onboard, thus a symbol of safety.

In the Vision, God is revealing to us to an unexpected place with its own suddenlies that come with adventures, and Siloam means ‘Sent out’.

We are God’s sent out, His Holy ones. First to this place of overflow and immersion in the waters of renewal that comes from our surrender.

The pool was used at the time of Sukkot as a promise of living water and fruit of harvest after the summer season.

The stirring waters reveal God’s mighty finger to stir up the pioneer children that in our time are being readied to move out.

The dirty Gold Coins represent the centuries where the majority of The Church buried much of what God allotted for growth — the gifts, mantles for those moving as one in love.

The Church pridefully thought it could do God’s work their way, man’s way and subsequently choked The Holy Spirit.

We are accountable for our individual use of the gifts that He has given to us, just as in The Parable of the Talents:

“The servant who had received one thousand coins came in and said, ‘Sir, I know you are a hard man; you reap harvests where you did not plant, and you gather crops where you did not scatter seed…..
…… I was afraid, so I went off and hid your money in the ground. Look! Here is what belongs to you.’ ‘You bad and lazy servant!’ his master said. ‘You knew, did you, that I reap harvests where I did not plant, and gather crops where I did not scatter seed?” (M0atthew 25:14–30).

Yet, The LORD reminds us, “My Spirit allows the seeds to be set in hearts, My waters give life, and it is I who make all growth!” (1 Corinthians 3:6)

I believe the jewels that appeared in my hands from the water and then disappeared in the water, speaks that these are jewels of Wisdom and Provision in the natural (touching the air) and in the spiritual (under the waters).

Any riches that are not for Kingdom growth are stored in vain as fleshly trophies, yet Kingdom provision will be re-established and the heavenly treasures within us can never be destroyed!

There is warning to anyone who lays down the treasure we’ve found! It is taken away and the blessing disappears.

“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” Mathew 6:19-21.

The white stone speaks of victory,

“To the one who is victorious, I will give some of the hidden manna. I will also give that person a white stone with a new name written on it, known only to the one who receives it” Revelation 2:17.

The jewels of the Ephod worn by the priests also speak of Holiness and authority that God has given over to his children. The priest’s breastplate contained twelve stones (jewels). (Exodus 28:21).

The high priest ministered in the temple and bore the names of God’s people into God’s presence. In the same way, the “white stone” with the believer’s name written on it may refer to our standing in God’s presence.

The spring was not only used for drinking water, but also for irrigation in the Kidron Valley that provided abundant food.

The coming waters shall be the irrigation to the land we are taking possession of The Promised Land. We are to use these resources to offer places of comfort to the burnt out, to be wells of refreshing and give sustenance to those in need.

We have entered into the beginning of the great harvest and to witness the manifestation of provision.

here is now emerging a distinct division of wheat from chaff and in it all, the pioneering spirit is alive, ready and continues to unite.

Whilst Jesus was on earth, He stood at the pool of Siloam and said in a loud voice, ‘Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them’” (John 7:37–38).

Are you ready to be immersed beloved?

Are we seeking the treasures from heaven above all else?

Are we growing in love toward each other?

If you seek it like silver and search for it as for hidden treasures, then you will understand the fear of The LORD and find the knowledge of God. (Proverbs 2:4-5)

Source: The Pool of Siloam — A Dream of the Promise ~by Yvonne Coombs

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