Witchcraft Spider on the Water

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11:15 AM - Sep 25, 2018 #1

Witchcraft Spider on the Water
Posted on September 24, 2018 by Beverly Juelsgaard-Fischer
 
VISION:  I saw a spider whose body was very large and white, while its legs were black. 
It was looked like it was flailing about in water, like it was trying to survive, as the legs were quickly moving all over the place.
Then I realized it wasn’t flailing, but making a web around itself, like it was trying to cover the water surface on the outside of it.
As the web grew wider there appeared around the spider a very thick stone wall, made of boulders, not cut stone.
The boulders were being used to contain the size of the web the spider was making.  The boulders were HUGE and formed a octagon (8 sides) around the spider, surrounding it.
End of vision.
Interpretation: 
The spider represents witchcraft, that is trying to cover the Holy Spirit who is represented by the water.
That’s why the spider appears to be flailing about in the water.  It is trying to move quickly, before it is caught.
The spider is trying to cover what Holy Spirit is doing, through disguise (the spider is white, so its disguised as being holy) so that it is bad trying to appear as good, which we are seeing more frequently in this season.
The boulders represent the rock of JESUS / WORD of GOD, which comes to build the 8-sided wall around the spider to contain it and keep it from doing any more harm / damage to the people of God.
By the boulders / JESUS / WORD of GOD surrounding the spider and it’s web it also allows the people outside of it to remain free and do what God has called them to, without having to fight off the spider and its web or it gives them a new beginning.
“Rather, it is your own crimes that separate you from your God;  your sins have hidden his face from you, so that he doesn’t hear.  3  For your hands are stained with blood and your fingers with crime;  your lips speak lies, your tongues utter wicked things.  4  No one sues with just cause, no one pleads honestly in court, they trust in empty words and say worthless things;  they conceive trouble and give birth to evil.  5  They hatch viper eggs and spin spider webs;  whoever eats their eggs dies, and the crushed egg hatches a snake.  6  Their webs are useless as clothing, their deeds are useless for wearing;  their deeds are deeds of wickedness, their hands produce violence.  7  Their feet run to evil, they rush to shed innocent blood, their thoughts are thoughts of wickedness, their paths lead to havoc and ruin.  8  The way of shalom (peace) they do not know, their goings-about obey no law, they make devious paths for themselves; no one treading them will ever know shalom,”   Isaiah 59:2-8  (CJB).
“Woe to those who begin by pulling at transgression with a thread, but end by dragging sin along as if with a cart rope.  19  They say, “We want God to speed up his work, to hurry it along, so we can see it!  We want the Holy One of Isra’el’s plan to come right now, so we can be sure of it!”  20  Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who change darkness into light and light into darkness, who change bitter into sweet and sweet into bitter,”   Isaiah 5:18- 20 (CJB).
“For the Messiah himself died for sins, once and for all, a righteous person on behalf of unrighteous people, so that he might bring you to God.  He was put to death in the flesh but brought to life by the Spirit;  19 and in this form he went and made a proclamation to the imprisoned spirits, 20  to those who were disobedient long ago, in the days of Noach (Noah), when God waited patiently during the building of the ark, in which a few people – to be specific, eight – were delivered by means of water, 21   This also prefigures what delivers us now, the water of immersion, which is not the removal of dirt from the body, but one’s pledge to keep a good conscience toward God through the resurrection of Yeshua the Messiah.  22  He has gone into heaven and is at the right hand of God, with angels, authorities and powers subject to him,”1 Peter 3:18-21 (CJB).
 
God Bless You!
~ Beverly Juelsgaard-Fischer
God has allowed Beverly to minister all over the world through the internet, and in person through conferences, church services, and small groups.  Beverly’s heart is to see the Body of Christ walk in the freedom that God means for them, so they can develop a deep intimacy with Father God, Jesus and Holy Spirit.  She ministers to others through prophetic words, and other gifts, bringing breakthrough and calling people into a constant pursuit of His Heart to actively hear His voice for themselves and others. Beverly lives near Danville, VA.
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