Climb the Mountain
Dec 7, 2019 9:54 PM
Date Received: Sometime during the last week of November
About two weeks ago I had a powerful vision or dream. Today I received a confirmation to share it.
In my dream I was asleep and I woke up. It was a normal day. I was in what I understood to be my room, but it was a different house than my current dwelling place in Texas.
I stretched and I was in a good mood, so I went to the window and moved the curtains aside. I saw the day outside was absolutely beautiful. There was a radiant blue sky and sunshine.
As I looked a little to the side I saw a mountain. It was totally covered in clean white snow. I mean 100% covered in white snow. There were no trees or rocks anywhere to be seen.
From the peak of the mountain some ropes were dangling down. Then I saw climbers. They were wearing winter suits that had just one color. Some climbers were all in blue, others in red, others in yellow, etc.
Each climber was holding one of the ropes and they were making their way up the mountain. From where I was standing at the window of the house they looked like they were almost gliding up the mountain. They did not struggle and they did not seem tired. They looked determined to make it up the mountain. It was kind of unusual to see them gliding up against the force of gravity.
I realized it was time for me to get out of the house, put on my climbing suit and also get up that mountain.
The color white is the color of purity and righteousness. The whole mountain was covered in it. What I saw reminds me of this scripture:
Isaiah 2:3 “Many people shall come and say, “Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, To the house of the God of Jacob; He will teach us His ways, And we shall walk in His paths.”
There are many of His children who are weary of well doing. The ongoing spiritual warfare and attacks of the enemy against you and your loved ones do wear many brothers and sisters down. Even knowing that everyone in the bride/remnant is experiencing these battles may not feel like much of a consolation if you are tired and hurt all the time. Many times we see posts where Jesus is encouraging his down-trodden children.
If you feel tired and down-trodden this post is for you. This is not the time to stay in your room contemplating the walls of your earthly circumstances. It is time to get out of your room, take a hold of the fact He loves you so much and He has a great place prepared for you, forget about your earthly issues, grab a rope, and climb up that mountain of the Lord. Join the other climbers. This is the last stretch. Do not give up. Get out. Be determined to move forward in Christ. Be determined to stand firm until the end.