In this dream, I was in a very strange looking city, it was dim, like the light given when the sun is close to disappearing. A woman came to me, very frantic and upset that her porch was rotting badly. She wanted to show it to me, and she was very urgently prodding me to come with her to see. So I agreed and we rushed to her porch on the other side of town. I saw that her porch had black rot all around it, and I said, “This is very dangerous, if someone isn’t careful, they could fall right through!” Just as I said that, the floorboards began to crumble and a gaping hole opened up. I looked down inside of it and saw a horrible sight!
I saw a mangled, fully clothed dead woman, laying on her stomach, arms and legs all cattywompus, and her decapitated head lay between her legs. She apparently had been hidden there, and there was a box of her clothing sitting near her. Oddly enough, there was snow on the ground all around her (indicating a season of spiritual blindness). I became very frightened in the dream and ran away but soon after, the woman showed up again, this time she said that the dead person underneath her porch had reanimated and climbed out of the hole; she didn’t know what to do…
And the dream ended.
So, after having this very disturbing dream, I thought about the Ephod. From what I understand the Ephod was at one time used by the people of God, and David specifically to communicate with YHVH. This was how things were done in those days. However, the people turned away from true worship of YHVH and were using the Ephod for wickedness. I don’t fully understand everything having to do with the Ephod, so I am just sharing my basic understanding at this present time.
The word the Lord gave me after receiving this dream is:
Excerpt from Matthew Henry’s Commentary of the Whole Bible:
II. He sees a woman sitting in the midst of the ephah, representing the sinful church and nation of the Jews in their latter and degenerate age, when the faithful city became a harlot. He that weighs the mountains in scales and the hills in a balance measures nations and churches as in an ephah; so exact is he in his judicial dealings with them. God’s people are called the corn of his floor, Isa_21:10. And here he puts this corn into the bushel, in order to his parting with it. The angel says of the woman in the ephah, This is wickedness; it is a wicked nation, else God would not have rejected it thus; it is as wicked as wickedness itself, it is abominably wicked. How has the gold become dim! Israel was holiness to the Lord (Jer_2:3); but now this is wickedness, and wickedness is nowhere so scandalous, so odious, and, in many instances, so outrageous, as when it is found among professors of religion.
See also: Zec 5:5-11 http://www.bible.com/bible/KJV/Zechariah-5