Dream of: 24 October 1991 "Before Your Throne"
A man who resembled my uncle George was in a room with me. George had been crippled since an early age and had spent his pitiful life scooting around on the floor, never attending school, never able to work. Although we were now in the same room, we were unable to see each other, because he was sitting on the other side of a wall which ran through the middle of the room.
I sat down and momentarily forgot that George was on the other side of the wall. And for some reason, I began singing. I was astonished at how beautiful my voice sounded. I hadn't realized I had such an exquisite singing voice. I sang, "Lord we bring these bodies to you and lay them before your throne. Lord we bring these bodies to you and lay them before your throne. Even though they've oft been lost, even though they've oft been tossed, Lord we bring these bodies to you and lay them before your throne."
As I sang, I began to recall that George was on the other side of the wall. I also remembered that George was crippled. It thus seemed apropos that I would be singing about bringing bodies to the Lord. Someday George would be dying and his crippled body would in some way be given to God. It seemed fitting.
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