While we were worshipping, I saw a vision of people agreeing to become bondservants. As they made this decision, I saw that the decision they made affected their future generations both spiritually and physically. It also affected their spouses as well. I saw that their ears were pierced in three places with gold, silver, and bronze materials.
I saw one of the bondservants fall away from where the others were and then the next thing I saw was a spring of living water suddenly turn into an overflowing well of dirty water, I had the impression that this was a picture of what would happen to any bondservant that falls away.
I got that we should not rush into making a decision to become bondservants of the Lord because He will not allow us change our minds. Earlier on a hymn titled, “Whither, Pilgrims, Are You Going? ” came to mind.
I saw a beautifully cloaked lady descend into the hall from the open rooftops. I got that she was Rurgvand. She represented pain and death to ourselves; I also got that she was a representation of the Lord too. On her head was a bonnet with a feather in it. I remembered that in Native American history, one could only get that kind of feather and bonnet from being an old-time victorious war veteran.
Then I heard, “The glory is in the cross”, and so we should always carry our cross. I saw that there was a crack at the foot of the cross and light shone out of it.
Then I heard yet again “I will teach your hands to war and your fingers to fight, that you may bend a bow of brass. And with My high praises in your mouth, you will bind kings with fetters.”
I saw a convoy of costly-looking cars coming up a mountain. The road leading to the mountain was quite bumpy. At the top of the mountain was situated a massive temple building. Inside the building were some men dressed in priestly robes and I had the impression they were priests.
As each of those men that had just arrived walked into the temple, they were asked to kneel. Three priests came to attend to them, each carrying different items. One held a bowl of molten gold; another, a golden seal and the other held silver swords. First, the men were given robes to wear. These robes looked quite similar to that of the priests in the temple. Afterwards, I saw them in military uniforms, each with a golden star on their shoulders.
Then I saw those three priests move from person to person; for each person, the priest holding the bowl of molten gold would dip his hand in it and smear it on the forehead of the individual; the one holding the seal would then stamp the forehead smeared with molten gold and then lastly the one with the silver swords would hand the individual a sword. Now, this happened to all the men that had just arrived. The ceremony looked like an inauguration ceremony. Each of the men was then given instructions by the priests and assigned to different churches in the nation and then they were dispatched.
I saw these men that had just undergone the inauguration emerge from the temple all dressed up, looking like pastors. They were not wearing their priestly robes or military uniforms. It seemed like a camouflage. They each got into their cars and drove away, each man to his mission field.
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