2020 False Charges and Trial Dream

I haven’t had a dream or vision with a Christian or Biblical theme in a considerable amount of time. It’s been over two years since the last one.

However, on the morning of September 16, 2020, I did have a Christian dream.

After meditating on it further, I have discovered more details than when I was actually dreaming it.

I have reason to believe this took place somewhere on the West Coast of the United States in the not so distant future.

The dream entails a love story between a sixteen year old girl who is a Christian convert but raised by her Atheist dad and sneaks away to church every Sunday and a twenty-two year old pastor’s assistant.

The pastor’s assistant is a gifted speaker and teacher. The girl volunteers in the nursery, but can overhear him teaching in the adjacent classroom. While watching the children, she listens to his eloquent speech and is thoroughly impressed with his vast knowledge of Scripture.

Totally unbeknownst to him, she develops a major crush on him.

She falls even more for him when he notices her ability to soothe a cross child and comments on that she would make a wonderful mother someday.

Almost two years pass, then she then turns eighteen and her atheist dad subsequently finds out about her conversion to Christianity and immediately, he kicks her out of his house.

She spends the next few evenings sleeping on a couch in the church annex building.

Late one evening the pastor’s assistant is working on a research project and notices she is still at church.

She explains the situation to him.

He is filled with compassion, but knows he cannot take her into his residence because of his position in the church.

She then confesses that since she is eighteen now and admits that she has had a crush on him for the past two years.

They both pray together.

She then continues by asking if he is even spoken for or not, to which he replies how he isn’t.

She tells him how she fell even more for him when he told her while back how she would make a wonderful mother.

He is initially shocked but realizes how she does meet his strict standards of which he holds whomever his future spouse would be to.

He also feels God moving him to accept her advances.

So, he asks her about courting her.

She wholeheartedly agrees, smiling and blushing.

He then takes her out to dinner and they are seen by many in public.

Eventually she ends up staying with one of the elderly widowed ladies of the church.

The courtship continues and they fall deeply in love.

In due time he proposes marriage, to which she joyfully accepts.

Her other family members find out about the marriage proposal and word gets back to her atheist dad who is infuriated.

They are eventually wed and now are expecting their first child.

Her dad concocts a plan to falsely accuse the pastor’s assistant of having sexual relations with his daughter before she reached the age of consent.

He is successfully able to have charges brought against the pastor’s assistant, because of a strong anti Christian sentiment in the community.

The prosecuting attorney and judge are also staunch atheists.

During the trial, the young lady is questioned as to whether she ever had sexual relations with him prior to turning eighteen.

She replies, that they had never known each other intimately until marriage which was in fact two years after her turning eighteen.

The prosecutor points out how she lied about her whereabouts for two years to her dad, so how does the court know if she is being truthful now.

She said how she took an oath on the Bible and that it is sacred to her and how he should consider reading it for once in his life.

Her husband smiles and winks at her.

The judge orders the bailiff to slap him.

The bailiff walks towards him but slips and falls gashing his face against the corner of the table and is now bleeding.

The bailiff is taken to a hospital for treatment of his injuries and a different bailiff continues providing security for the trial.

The defense attorney, warns the jury that the wrath of God will be much worse on them than what happened to the bailiff if they convict an innocent Christian man and how this is a plot to attack the church and the family.

Unfortunately, I woke up before I learn the fate of the young pastor’s assistant…

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