Since its Grand Opening on January 20, 2020, we call this site the Refuge, because it provides a secure platform for God’s people to continue ministering and growing, even when they can no longer rely on public providers. Like in the story of Joseph’s life in the Bible, we at the Refuge have come to realize that God has led us through a difficult journey before you, so that we could prepare a place for you on behalf of our Lord, who promised that your bread and water would be sure.
It was once prophesied that those who belong to the 144,000 would soon know it—and some of you know it now, because you have received an invitation letter to enter this place in time. We have done our best to make accommodations for your needs and comfort, free of charge, and we look forward to serving you so that you can continue to serve others.
Our virtual facilities at the Refuge include three main areas:
God has provided for the huge financial cost and manpower required to develop and maintain these services, which we are providing to you free of charge!
The entire Refuge complex is affiliated with WhiteCloudFarm.org, which is our main website where we serve delicious spiritual food (at least we think so!) prepared in advance for immediate consumption by those who are already feeling famished. LastCountdown.org is also affiliated and serves as a treasured resource for sound biblical understanding.
The following article introduces the dreams that were so significant in Joseph’s life, and we hope that you will read it to understand more about how the story of Joseph is repeating today through the Refuge. Are you, like the brothers of Joseph, struggling for spiritual sustenance for yourself and your children, and green pastures for your flocks? Be refreshed by this introductory article and consider whether God is calling you, as a member of spiritual Israel, to join...
In Part I, we noted how the key events of Joseph’s life form something like a picture book that tells of a much bigger drama than could have been imagined at the time—the whole story of redemption—including your role in it today! You are sure to be amazed as you see how much the ancient story and its associated set of dreams foretells about our time!
As it was in Egypt, there is presently a terrible famine in the earth for a true end-time message—a clear and complete understanding of that enigmatic Apocalyptic book. Many ideas are popular regarding the themes in the Revelation, but how many carry the authority of the voice of God from heaven? And how many can be recognized as false when you look deeper at the details?
In these dark days, when the truth of God is targeted and silenced by the world, there is a message that shines like the stars. God has been speaking through dreams since ancient times, and gives us much instruction through them, even for our situation today! Our redemption is near, so let’s look up to heaven and hear His voice speaking to our heart today when Bow and Arrow appear on the Day of Many Crowns!
Joseph—also named as one of the twelve heads of the 144,000 of Revelation—was one of the notable interpreters of dreams in the Bible. He was in his late teens when he received two dreams of his own. Then, after the tragic betrayal that enslaved him to Egyptian bondage, he interpreted two dreams of the prisoners of Pharaoh. Finally, Pharaoh received two dreams, which Joseph was called to interpret.
For the fledging family of Israel, Joseph’s dreams (which resulted in his exile) and the dreams of Pharaoh (warning of the famine) can be seen as divine messages for the salvation of the whole family, upwards of seventy persons. God provided an amazing deliverance by laying up corn in Egypt under the hand of Joseph to save not only the family of Israel, but all Egypt and people from other lands besides.
In that way, Joseph was a type for the Savior, and the dreams with which Joseph was involved in his youth and young adult years were prophetic for the end of time. They carry an even greater message for us today than for Joseph’s day! The great deliverance that God wrought for the patriarchs of Israel was an allegory for the second coming of Jesus and the deliverance of God’s people from this sin-stricken world.
As the dreams of Joseph’s generation are expounded to you in this article, know that there is a haven of light here on this earth where you can come to be refreshed and strengthened to go out again to feed those who eat from your table, to strengthen them for the journey to their Lord.
And the seven years of dearth began to come, according as Joseph had said: and the dearth was in all lands; but in all the land of Egypt there was bread. (Genesis 41:54)
The antitypical “Joseph” (namely Jesus) is offering salvation for all those who are hungering for the Word of God in a world that is starving for relevant truth—something you can “eat”—amidst the masquerading propaganda of this crazy world. Will you follow His light?