Dreams from the LORD 2003-2006
3 July 2006
I am here in Lafayette Park across from the White House in Washington, D.C. It took me eight days to hitchhike from Riverton, Wyoming to Washington, D.C. I hitchhiked to Vienna, Virginia and then took the Metro to downtown—within a few blocks from the White House. I believe the Lord wants me to camp out somewhere in the vicinity and then check out the 4th of July festivities around the White House and then head back west.
I got a ride from a Lt. Colonel Ty Hoffman from central Missouri to Greenfield, Indiana on July 1st. He is with the B2 Bomber Program. When we got to Greenfield, he took me to a bar and bought me a couple of beers and a sandwich. He was very curious why I was hitchhiking. I told him the Lord told me to hitchhike. He asked me how I heard from God. I told him I apprehend Him in my spirit. I know God’s voice in circumstances, also, but it has to bear witness in my spirit; there has to be peace in my spirit.
It has been very hot and humid on this trip—especially from eastern Kansas to Virginia. They had a lot of rain and flooding here on the East Coast a week or so before I got here. It is very humid this evening. The last time I was in Washington, D.C. was back in July of 2004; they had Pennsylvania Avenue all ripped up in front of the White House. It looks real good now. Looks like they planted a lot of trees along Pennsylvania Avenue.