Hi Everyone, So I am hoping to find guidance to what has been on my mind for quite some time. The question I have been pondering is if The Lord lets us know things before they are going to happen? And if so, which bible verses or stories should I look up to reference this? The reason I ask is this - both times when someone very close to me has passed, I knew before I was told. I will give you my examples. The first time this happened, I was taking care of my grandfather for 1 year exactly. He was going through cancer, all of my family members (on my dad's side) abandoned him in his time of need and left him to die. They did horrible things to him that I hate to even mention such as trying to take his house right out from under him, etc. Before all of this happened, my cousin's - who I hadn't talked to for so long - reached out to me saying that I needed to see our grandparents soon as they weren't doing so well. I hadn't seen this part of my family for years because of a falling out. I decided to see them because I did miss them. From the day I had seen them to about a month later, I had stopped by constantly...Making up for lost time. This is when my uncle decided to try and kick them out of their own home under the guise of taking care of them, all the while he had plans to make money off of the house. My grandmother went willingly, but my grandfather would hear nothing of it. I was with them when this all went down. When my cousin's and uncle were packing my grandmother's things, my grandfather looked to me and asked if I was with him or against him - meaning if I was trying to kick him out. I said I was with him no matter what he wanted to do. Long story short, they called adult protective services on him as a final attempt to kick him out but I stepped in and said I would take 100% responsibility so he could stay in his home. (My family wasn't too happy.) After his chemo treatments, he became bedridden and need 24/7 care. We kept him in his home and did everything we could to make sure he was happy and comfortable. He eventually passed with his wish fulfilled to die peacefully in his home. I was home getting a few hours of sleep while the hospice nurse took care of him over the night. I knew it was only a matter of days before he would pass. Before I had awoken, I had a dream of him where he was standing - he was wheelchair bound for the last 7 or so years - and was so ecstatic . He was so full of life, more than I had ever seen him. It was all white behind him but surrounding him were six or seven of his family members. He said, "Here! I want you to meet my mother!" and he brought his mother forward, "And this is my oldest Brother!" And then he brought his brother forward. His other family members I did not get to meet. I felt as if time was short and he only presented those he talked the most about. He acted as if he hadn't seen a close friend for a very long time and was just so overcome with joy to see them. I said, "Hi! It's really nice to meet you." They just smiled at me and motioned for him to come with them. He looked back at me, smiled with a huge grin, and waved bye to me. I woke up crying and not a moment later, my phone rang with a call from the Hospice Nurse. My grandfather had passed just 10 minutes prior. I was shocked at the events of the dream and then the phone call. I was beside myself. It felt as if my grandfather was coming by to say his goodbye's and that he was going to Heaven with his family. I don't know how else to interpret it. Both his mother and all of his siblings (including the one in my dream) had passed except for one. The second occurrence happened last week. I had this heavy sense weigh down on my like someone had passed or was going to pass very soon. I couldn't explain it but I just felt sadness, not for the person but for my loss, my family's loss at whoever it was. I was starting to get panicky and felt as if that next day I need to call everyone I knew and tell them how much I loved them. I was so taken back by it I started crying and I prayed to The Lord to watch over us and be with us. That if I were being attacked by any evil entities, to please just fill my room and my heart with his Heavenly presence. I couldn't sleep and asked God to please help alleviate my worries. I had passed off what I was feeling as my mind getting away from me, coming up with disheartening scenarios or something. I finally drifted to sleep but still felt heavy. The next morning, about 10 a.m. I received a phone call from my father that my Great Uncle had passed whom I love so very dearly. He was like the sunshine to all of us. But when I answered the phone call I had a feeling that whatever I was feeling the night before was going to confirm itself on the phone, and it did. So, with all of that said...I was both visited by and knew someone who was going to pass before I had confirmation of it - within hours. I do not believe in mediums. I do not seek to have my fortunes told. I do not believe in any of that just as God in the Bible says to not associate with any of these things. I fully stick by that. Given the above though, do you believe The Lord would allow loved ones to say goodbye before they fully leave this world? Do you believe The Lord would give us a sense of "clairvoyance" if you will, I don't know what other word to use to describe it...sorry. Is there anything in scripture that would support these questions or what I have witnessed above? I am just trying to make some sort of sense out of it. Has anyone else ever gone through something like this?