A Dry Bones Vision For Cape Cod

By Marian de la Cour |  October 26, 2018

My name is Marian de la Cour.  I am the wife of Ed de la Cour, the retired pastor of First Baptist Church in Pocasset where we served for almost 30 years and still attend. I suppose I should mention that  I have never done this before but discussed it with someone whose Godly judgement I trust and they encouraged me to send this to you.

On Sunday, October 21, 2018, during our worship service, the Spirit of God landed heavily on the people of our congregation.  I tend to cry when I feel the Holy Spirit, and I wasn’t the only person who felt the Spirit that day. The scripture that came to my mind was the familiar passage from 2 Chronicles 7:14, “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” 

I saw before me dry bones, such as what Ezekiel saw in his vision in Ezekiel 37.  In my vision I saw many individual bones slowly coming together from every direction.  The individual bones formed skeletons.  Each skeleton took on flesh and blood and then became living people – lots of people.  The people were recognizable and known to those around them.  I looked up and saw the same thing being replicated on into the distance.  It kept happening as far as the eye could see: bones became skeletons.  The skeletons took on flesh and blood, and they all became living persons, over and over and over.   

Marian A. de la Cour

Comment:

Thank you Marion! That is the revival of God's own that is coming or is already here. I too have had visions. Aslan is TRULY on the move.
Donna Dowler

Comment:

Amazing ..God is speaking loudly, a similar vision was shared at our church. BVC (Bridgewater Vineyard Church) Thank you for sharing. I believe God is bringing resurrection power back into HIS church. An Awakening!

Brenda Smith

Comment:

Mrs de la Cour
Can confirm you message.  Extending what Ezekiel saw into later chapters (47), there is also an image of a river of life that keeps being reiterated in many contexts here on Cape as well.  
Something about revitalized life keeps popping up, so thank you for sharing your message.

Grace & Peace,

Jason Link

Comment:

Good Afternoon Marian,

Thanks for sharing your vision of the dry bones given life by the Spirit of God as in Ezekiel 37!  Not more than 2 hours after I decided on preaching from Ezekiel 37 this week, I read your GOGCC email!  I had come to this sermon message after reading about Provincetown's 9 day celebration of El Dia do los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.  This extravaganza offers a world's perspective on death and the spirit world and how to deal with and interact with those realities.  A feature of the celebration is a focus on skeletons to remind people that life is short.  Life is short, and my sermon today focused on the breath of God that gave life not only to the bones in Ezekiel's vision, but can give life also to those who are spiritually dead in their trespasses and sins today. This is what revival is all about!  Thanks for sharing your vision with us and would that the life-giving, resurrection power of the Holy Spirit sweep our land in a way it never has before!

Pastor Sheldon Clarkson
Outer Cape Christian Church





 

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