Get Out While You Can and Take Others With You
The title for this article is taken from Dana Coverstone’s most recent dream. For those of you who may not know who Dana Coverstone is, he is an American pastor who has been having prophetic dreams about America since just before C@vid struck. He saw the “pandemic” and its effects on our nation in his earliest dreams which caught the attention of those around him who urged him to make them public. Dana does not interpret his dreams. He has a pastor’s wife, Cherie Goff, do the interpretations. I don’t agree with her interpretations, but I do believe Dana’s dreams are from God.
I believe this current dream contains an urgent warning for the church and if my interpretation is accurate, we need to “get out while we can and take others with us.” The question is, What are we to get out of? I have transcribed this dream as you can see below, and I have no doubts whatsoever that what we need to get out of is the lukewarm, visible church that is full of idolatry and worldliness. God’s judgment upon it is imminent and it will be severe. We don’t want to be in it when it falls.
Most Americans believe we live in “the land of the free and the home of the brave,” but America is no longer free nor brave. Every institution in our land has been taken over by Satan’s emissaries, the Chinese Communists in cahoots with the global elites and satanic cults who are out to destroy humanity off the face of the earth. If we think they will leave the church of America alone, we are sadly mistaken. If we believe we will be taken out of the world before it happens, we are also sadly mistaken and the “victims” of a damnable false doctrine that will leave people totally unprepared to face what is now on our doorstep. Our compliance with the draconian mandates for mask-wearing and social distancing along with lining up for the jabs demonstrate where we are in regards to bravery.
They are going to strike suddenly when no one expects it and it will be Nazi Germany all over again right here in America. There are concentration camps in all our fifty states. You can find websites online that tell you exactly where they are. Thousands of our clergy have quietly joined the government’s Clergy Response Teams and have been trained by the government in how to convince their congregations to go with government officials when they come for them to “take them to safety” during some great national disaster. Members of the clergy have been instructed to remind their congregants of Romans 13, “Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God. Therefore whoever resists the authority resists the ordinance of God, and those who resist will bring judgment on themselves.”
It is time for the church to go underground. In fact, God has been calling his people out of the denominational and institutional churches for decades, but now our very lives depend on it. Please don’t misunderstand me, God wants his people to meet for prayer, worship and sharing of the Word but that can most effectively be done in homes. I have ministered to satanically ritually abused persons in many countries of the world. All of these were Christians who no longer attend church because they found that for them it was not safe. They were shunned by many congregants and even satanically abused by church leaders in some cases.
The church is infiltrated by more Satanists than anyone could imagine. Only those who have discerning of spirits can see it. However, others, if they just observe people and activities according to biblical warnings about false prophets, should be able to see it and then leave. Historically God does not leave true believers in a corrupted church in hopes of changing it. He takes his remnant out to start over with a fresh, new church.
Please read Dana’s dream below with my interpretations in italics and I think you’ll agree this is about the lukewarm, worldly, institutional church coming under the judgment of God Almighty. In this dream we can also see the remnant church coming out of it as the bride of Christ ready to obey and serve God. This remnant will then bring people into the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and bring them into new purified churches where they can grow to maturity in a loving environment freed from the snares of sin that permeated the old order. Jesus does not want to bring new believers into sin-filled lukewarm churches but into a new order of the church where Jesus is the head and righteousness and holiness prevail.
Now for the dream in Dana’s own words:
“I believe this is a ‘now’ dream. It’s not a year from now. It’s not two years from now or ten years. I believe this is a NOW dream.
“I was standing in front of a hospital watching severe storms all around me. I saw lots of people rushing into that hospital with bags and luggage and hotel items. An ambulance backed up to the back door and people jumped out with handfuls of bagged groceries. One man had nothing but a brown grocery bag like you would have had in the seventies and it was full of day-old bread. And that’s what it said on the bag, ‘Day-old bread.’”
(Remember how people flocked into the churches right after 9/11? They didn’t stay long after it seemed things were back to normal. People often come into the established churches when they are afraid in hopes that God will help them out of their predicament and their problems can be solved. But in this dream and in society today, the church is sick and weak. That’s why it is seen as a hospital. Later in the dream you will see a lady in the hospital crying out to God over the terrible state of the church and asking for a way out.
In this part of the dream people are bringing their worldly loves and beliefs in with them as seen in their bags, luggage, hotel items, bagged groceries and day old bread. God’s Word, the Bible, is our daily bread and as Christians we should have a fresh testimony of something each day. The day-old bread represents those whose testimony is from bygone years.)
“And the pace of the people running was quickened by the lightning. It looked like lightning that had fire in it. The fire would go down and hit the earth. It wasn’t typical lightning in that it took a few seconds to hit the earth and it was fiery orange. The pace of the people was quickened because of that. The storms were hovering near the hospital but there was no rain yet.”
(The storms and lightning strikes symbolize the fearful things we are facing at this time—C@vid **, the vaccines, failing economy, food shortages, inflation, the influx of unvetted foreigners, release of prisoners into our society, the riots and defunding of police, threats to take away our 2nd Amendment rights, Critical Race Theory and transgenderism being forced into our schools, etc.)
“The man with the bread yelled for me to get inside where it was safe and he had enough bread for everybody. I found myself walking into the building with people that were rushing and bumping into me almost knocking me down they were in such a hurry. They went into the doors and they were dropping keys. Their hands were full and they were trying to get their keys but they were panicking trying to get into these doors. They were running like their life depended on it. There was panic on every face that I saw.”
(In Scripture, keys symbolize power, and I think that interpretation applies here. The people feel like they have lost all power to do anything to change the awful conditions from which they are fleeing. This is more than a feeling, they really are powerless to do anything to change their lives now. Some have lost businesses, jobs, homes, loved ones, freedom, etc.)
“[Inside the building] there were a few doors opened, and people were asking what was going on, but no one who was rushing in said a word. They were just running through the doors to get in. And I saw a staircase that was to my right and very darkly lit and eerie—it was almost a surreal and eerie stairway.”
(We think of stairs in a church representing our spiritual growth as we ascend up in Christ to a more heavenly life of light, purity and love. These stairs were definitely not of that caliber. These appeared to represent more of a descent into darkness.)
“I next realized I was standing in the open door to a hospital room. There was a large window in the back, and outside of the window I could see looming storm clouds with what seemed like fire lightning. There was this incredibly thick lightning and it was flashing every one or two seconds and it looked like fire was actually coming down from heaven and the thunder was shaking the building.”
(At this point I believe the storm clouds with fire, lightning, and thunder which shook the building represent the judgment of God falling upon the church. In Scripture when God was angry with his chosen people for their idolatry, he warned them repeatedly through his prophets, but they refused to listen and change their ways. Therefore, in order to stop their descent into hell and preserve a remnant for himself, he had to allow fierce judgment to fall upon them. Repeatedly these judgments were described as the sword, pestilence, and famine. We are facing all of these today, not just in America but in the whole world. Presently the sword is in the form of a needle but it will soon be seen as actual weapons of war right here in America. Pestilence is a flu blown up by propaganda into a deadly pandemic, and famine is on our doorstep because of geoengineered droughts and storms.)
“Sitting on the bed was a woman with her face in her hands and I recognized her as that emaciated woman [from a] previous dream. She was praying and she was sobbing. Her prayers dealt with how lost the church was and people not listening and things that were not happening and people that weren’t ready to meet Jesus. She was praying and sobbing and she got up and she looked out the window and she became afraid. There was fear on her face and she became afraid because of what she saw. And she immediately sat on the floor and began to shake. She just kind of slid down the wall and began to shake. And thunder shook the building and even the floor was shaking. I could feel it in the dream.”
(This lady represents those of God’s remnant who have still not left the established, lukewarm, mainline churches. She sees what is happening and she doesn’t know what to do.)
“She said, ‘Lord I need to get out of here.’
“Then that man I see so often in my dreams appeared between the window and her and said, ‘I need you to work.’
“ So she said, ‘Lord get me out of here.’
“And he says, ‘I need you to work.’
“ She put her head down and she said, ‘Things are crumbling around me.’
“And the man bent down and took her face in his hands and he said, ‘I will go through the fire with you, but you must work now.’ The emphasis was on the word now. You must work now. He put his hand on her head and oil spilled over her, and she said, ‘Lord, how can I do this?’
“He said, ‘I have anointed you, and I will lead you, and I will guard you.’
“As I was standing in the door like an invisible observer, smoke was coming up around me through my legs and around me and into the hospital room.
“And the man spoke and he said, ‘Get out while you can, and take who you can with you,’ and he repeated that to her. And he helped her get up and he disappeared right in front of her.
“She went to the door, she covered her mouth with her sleeve. The hallway was full of flames. She was on the fifth floor. She started knocking on doors and telling the people to get out—get out.
“Most of the doors remained shut and people inside told her to leave them alone. One door opened and the man told her to leave them alone and encouraged her to trust in man and stay before he slammed the door shut. The woman walked downstairs to the fourth floor and began beating on doors and begging people to follow her out. Parts of the ceiling were falling down around her and some of it was on fire. As a matter of fact, some of it fell on her head and caught her hair on fire and she had to stop and pat the fire in her hair out.
“A few doors opened as she banged on them, and a few people hesitantly came out. They were covering their heads and coughing. The woman told them to beat on the doors and snatch people out if need be. So they knocked on the doors but very few people responded. The group was now about six people. They went down the stairs to the third and second floors.
“By the time they got to the first floor, there was a group of about forty-five to fifty people. They were covered in suet and their clothes were torn from falls and trying to jump over debris. They were sweating and moving even more quickly than they had been. By now they were frantic. They were running as fast as they could and beating on doors and trying to get people out of the building. They kept yelling, ‘It’s unsafe. It’s unsafe. Please get out, get out, get out.’
“They were still out in the hall heading for the main exit, and the building got hit by lightning and it shook. The whole room lit up with the fire from this lightning. Steel beams and ceiling tiles fell on some of the group and some people’s clothing caught on fire. There were steel beams that fell from the ceiling. Some of them had to be dragged out from under the debris and some carried others on their shoulders as they went towards the door. They were still beating on doors and crying as they went, and those people who had been hurt by the steel beams were crying, ‘Come out. Come out. Come and escape with us. Come and escape with us.’
“The building shook again and the woman cried for them to all get out while they could. They ran to the glass doors. They poured out and down the steps until they hit the ground level. I’m thinking it was three steps down. They went outside into an open courtyard and were looking back at this building. The group was now wounded and dirty and exhausted. The clouds were ominous. They looked like evil and they appeared to have almost demonic sneers. It was like the clouds had demonic sneers as they looked at the group that was outside in safety.
“They all turned as a group and began to look at the building as it began to shake. It began to shake from the top down. No earthquake. It was just like everything was shaken. And there were people inside at the windows. Some were reading quietly. Some were watching TV. It was as if they were oblivious to what was going on. They had no fear because they were not even aware of what was happening and the building was shaking. Others were beating on the windows, and they were screaming for the group to come back inside and help get them out. The group didn’t move.
“The entire group led by the lady began to weep and sob and cry over the people that were sitting inside beating on those windows and not coming out. Seven more people, adults and teens came out of the door and hugged those who had gotten their attention. There were about 50 to 60 people now. The group embraced.
“Then there was an extremely loud thunder clap. It was so loud my ears even seemed to pop it was that loud. And the hospital collapsed. It was like watching the twin towers all over again.”
(I find it interesting that only 50 to 60 people came out as the remnant from a building of at least five stories. The vast majority chose not to heed the warnings but to remain in the building. The scripture that comes to my mind is “…narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.” [Matt 7:14, NKJV] Over our decades of pastoral ministry we have seen that only a relative handful of people in each church had this self-sacrificing love for others or a willingness to forsake worldly attitudes and pursuits that could interfere with their relationship with Jesus.
The people who left the building were willing to risk their lives to help others. They could have run out of the building without taking time to knock on doors and plead with people to get out. Their willingness to risk their own lives demonstrates the Christ-like attitude of God’s remnant. They love God and they love their neighbor with the self-sacrificing love of Jesus.
The devastation of the building was complete. Nothing was left standing. I believe the church as we have known it will cease to exist.
It is interesting that the building fell from the top down. Poor leadership from men and women who were either wolves in sheep’s clothing or afraid of losing their numbers, prestige and money has resulted in a weak, lukewarm, polluted church.)
“And when the dust settled, that group of 50/60 people was gone. Not injured, not wounded—just gone.
“And standing where they had been was the man, and he said, ‘The setting sun is soon, and the work this side for the bride begins. Go into the highways and the byways quickly. Knock on every door, for I am coming soon.’”
(I believe the people were no longer visible because they had become part of Jesus. This is the plan of God for his people in these end times after the judgment on the church. Those who show themselves faithful in their devotion to Christ will become one with him and one with each other as the fulfillment of Jesus’ prayer in John 17, “…that they all may be one, as you, Father, are in me, and I in you; that they also may be one in us, that the world may believe that you sent me. And the glory which you gave me I have given them, that they may be one just as we are one: I in them, and you in me; that they may be made perfect in one, and that the world may know that you have sent me, and have loved them as you have loved me.
The setting sun represents the church age that is going away in order to make way for a new glorious church to arise after the judgment of the old. This new church will be led by men and woman who have sacrificed all to follow Christ. There will be no bickering or immorality or idolatry or any other sin in this church. Now the great revival can begin. Now the lost can be told about Jesus and brought into the church because they will not be defiled by a sin-filled church. Jesus, not man, will be the head of this church. His power and glory will be seen by all as the works that he did when on earth will be done by this new church. And not only that, but greater works than he did will be done as the fulfillment of his promise in John 14:12.)
It is interesting that earlier in Jesus’ prayer for the unity of his church he also prayed, “I do not pray that you should take them out of the world, but that you should keep them from the evil one.” What a tragedy that most of the evangelical church in America is waiting to be taken out of the world so they can escape the horrors of judgment coming upon the whole world rather than suffer through trials knowing that they could be part of the greatest thing that ever came on the planet since Jesus rose from the dead—a perfect, glorious, powerful church ready to evangelize the entire world.
As for escaping the judgment, people need to see that we are in the midst of that judgment right now, and it’s going to get worse and we’re not going to leave the earth unless we die. We need to see this judgment as an opportunity to put aside our own idols, die to self, and enter into all that Jesus has reserved for his great church of the end times. I, for one, would hate to miss out on being part of this glorious church. Over the years as my husband and I have suffered great trials and the loss of everything we had planned for and desired, our vision of being part of this great church has sustained us through it all. It has been painful, but we know it is worth it because what God is getting ready to do with his pure, spotless bride will be greater than anything the world has ever known.