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Unleavened Bread Ministries with David Eells

Few Chosen For Man-child Ministry

Belinda Anderson - 10/16/2012

Early this morning, as it was starting to dawn, I went down to the lake to pray, like every morning. As I sat down on the swing, I looked across the lake and into the dawning sky, and I saw an arrow suspended in the sky, pointing to the right. As I was looking at the arrow, suddenly a small portion of the top of the arrowhead broke off and stayed suspended in the sky and the rest of the arrowhead, along with the shaft and the bottom part of the arrow, fell to the earth.

I believe this part of the head that remained represents the small portion or "first fruits" of God's people. They stayed suspended in the sky because they are abiding in heavenly places in Christ Jesus; they have died to self. The rest of God's people fell back to the earth, as they have not died to self yet.

Note from David: UBM has been likened in other dreams to be the spearhead of the Man-child ministry. "Many are called but few chosen" is true about every category of Christians. This vision is saying that some who are called to this position will fail to manifest it and not be chosen for it. Both those in the fallen part of the head, as well as the rest of the Church will be cast down to be "trodden under foot" so that they may repent and overcome.

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