While we worshipped, I saw an athlete who started a race on the track. However, there was a hole in the middle of the track that looked like the track had been destroyed.
The athlete started doubting the possibility of jumping over the hole because it seemed impossible. Then I realized the person was looking downwards, and this only increased his fear of falling into the hole.
At this point, I heard, ‘Take a leap of faith, it’s all about faith’.
The Lord seemed to convey that we shouldn’t rely on our strength in running the race, as the arm of flesh would fail. He explained that His strength is perfected in our weakness (2 Corinthians 12:9-10). Additionally, He reminded us that the race isn’t for the swift, nor the battle for the strong (Ecclesiastes 9:11).
I saw that our legs were wobbly and our feet were weak because we were trying to support them with our fleshy ability. The Lord pointed out that they could only be genuinely strengthened by Him.
When we sang, “I’m not afraid,” I saw a white horse with its rider galloping swiftly. The horse was so fast and its gallop felt so real. Black horses approached from behind and in front, attempting to assail the rider.
The white horse, maintaining its speed, evaded the pursuing black horses and leapt over those coming toward it. The rider was headed to a city to deliver a scroll, and I sensed we were inside that city.
As the scroll was handed to us, Pastor commenced singing “The World Has a Hope in You.”
This scroll symbolized help, signifying that as we received it, we were to extend assistance to others as we’ve been helped.
We, represented as a single rider on a horse, were to navigate through a thicket to deliver the scroll to others.
As we continued singing, I saw more white horses emerge, alongside their riders. It was a really beautiful sight, and with time they kept increasing.
When we sang the song, “He Knows Your Name”, I heard, ‘I know you. I made you, so I know you.’
The Lord began to call people’s names and would say, ‘I know you’ after He called their name.
Following each name, He touched them, enveloping them in a profound sense of love, reassuring them that their Lord truly knows them.
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