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Perpetua writes about her visions and dreams as she sees them in her mind She goes on to explain them of hersrelf and Felecity The martydoms that Perpetua went through as a woman truly inticed me For in this day and time we still feel that a woman cannot speak or phropesey However Perpetua not only dreamt but she prophesied Acts 217-19 states In the last days saith God I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh And your sons and daughters shall prophesy and your young men shall see visions and your old men shall dream dreams And on my servants and on my handmaidens I will pour out in those days of my Spirit and they shall prophesy and I will show wonders in the heavens above and signs in the earth beneath blood and fire and vapor of smokePerpetua was 22 years old and was a catechumen One of the most brutual things Perpetua had to go through in her martydom was to be martyed with an infant child She was thrown into prison and her child was brung to her to nurse even as she was being prepared to be presented in the ampitheatre to be thrown to the dragon and or beast Even more astounding was the fact that Felecity was pregnant and put through martydomIn Perpetuas first vision she saw a golden ladder of high height in which she saw a dragon who awaited those that ascended it The dragon called to her and said he was waiting for her but in her dream she told the dragon that In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ he could not harm her She trodded upon his head and went up the ladder to the garden She describes that in the midst of the garden was a white-haired man sitting in the dress of a shepherd of a large stature milking sheep and standing around were many thousand white-robed
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