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There was a huge flat field with a slight hill on opposing sides of the wide field.
In the middle of the field, about 5 feet wide was a glimmering, silver line, separating the field.
The sky had no clouds. The sun was at high noon. It was very hot and the ground was glimmering.
He saw a large number of people that resembled armies.
To the left of him was a very dark and demonic army with red horses, weapons, heavily armored & very prepared for war that they were about to be involved with. The horses grunted, pranced & pawed at the ground & were anticipating some type of battle. The handlers, sitting on the horses, were stroking the horses’ necks and were ready to go to war & do something with intention. They were very confident as if prepared to fight.
The other side, the army to the right of him, was smaller in number and stature. They appeared to be mesmerized by the army on the left. Almost like they were unbelieving in what they were seeing. They could not believe what they were seeing & were awed by what they saw & so they stared & did not move. They were not necessarily afraid. Some of these people had some armor but it was shoddy and it was broken. There were swords that were split and shields that were broken. They seemed like a rag tag group of people who were very unprepared. They seemed very, very disorganized & very ill-prepared for what they were about to face.
Suddenly from down the hill behind the smaller army, there were 10 white horses & riders. The riders had large swords and very, very good armor & flowing capes. The horses had armor. They rode down behind the smaller army and went right behind them. They began yelling military strategies (flank them on the left, group of soldiers stand on the other side of the line & make sure that no one gets past the horsemen). The leader stated clearly that it was time to engage and that everyone was needed for the fight. He told the army that they were needed to fight this battle. He told them that they were going to lead the way & that the rest would follow behind. The horses got right next to the line. The leader yelled, “Charge!” and they went flying across the line. Only the horsemen crossed the line.
Armies began to fight in hand-to-hand combat. He saw & heard the clanking of the armor & the swords. He saw swords dropping. He saw the fight. There was a lot of action & excitement. He saw concern on the leader’s eyes who kept looking back to see where everybody else was from the army. The leader kept asking them to come fight. The leader said, “Join us & we can push them back!”. Nobody showed up nor came across the line. The soldiers sat down & watched the battle & were awed by it.
Some from the smaller army walked backwards & went up the hill & began watching the battle taking place from the top of the hill. The 10 horsemen were still victorious. They were clashing & were tired but they kept engaging & would not disengage from the battle. They would not come back across the line.
The people sitting on the hill & watching the battle were paying no attention to what was happening around them. Suddenly on the hill behind the ones who had retreated, he saw a group of 20 of the dark forces coming up behind the seated observers, sneaking up very carefully & staying low to the ground. These evil people had swords, battle axes, clubs & they were closing in on the people watching the battle. When the dark forces got within a few feet of the spectators, they beheaded 5 of them before the spectators even knew what was happening. The other spectators began to understand what was happening and started to run down the hill, even though the evil army was behind them and in front of them.
The spectators tried to warn the other members of their army that the enemy was coming from behind. Now the spectators were running towards that line. The people next to the line were only watching the battle. They started to squint their eyes to try to figure out what they were seeing & they realized that something was wrong but they would not cross the line to get near to the war. So these folks were killed easily where they stood. They had no weapons to engage so they cowered down & died right there on the field. Some had tried to run around the army but pretty soon there were flanks on both sides & they found themselves surrounded, all while the battle was going on on the other side of the line.
Part of the dark army that flanked them took out the retreating army & the army that had not crossed the line. The 10 riders were still fighting & they were successful & they were winning. There was blood & damage but these 10 horsemen kept fighting. They knew they had engaged & were determined & were not going to stop. Even as the enemy was pushed back, from the top of the hill, on the side of the line where the small army had been, it was littered with dead corpses of the people who had been viciously killed because they would not engage as they did not have the equipment, swords & the armor. They were in a place they should not have been in & they were not ready. Some of those folks never crossed the line. The horsemen kept fighting as they had prepared & had anticipated the battle.
What stood out to him was that only a few were pushing the enemy back for the good side but also just a few of the evil ones took out many people for the good side because they were not ready.
The interpretation is pretty obvious to him. You better stay prepared. That silver line was that line you have to cross & too many have not crossed it because they are not ready. They have not been praying; they’ve not been seeking God’s face. There have been warnings for decades & centuries telling God’s people to get ready for the things coming. That silver line was a very refined & purified line that requires a life committed & surrendered to Jesus on the cross. We need the spiritual maturity & the experience in warfare. If we have those things, we can win. God is trying to warn the Church & wake the Church up to say these things are coming. There is a day coming that if you are not ready that there will be nothing you can do, ever again, to prepare for the things that we are facing. There is a line & a time that will determine whether we are ready or not. Once that time begins, it will be too late to prepare & too late to make a difference.
We have been warned & if we are not ready, we pay the price. There will be a price we pay for being ready (opposition, persecution, challenges & attacks on our faith & on who we are as believers, etc.). Those that are ready will simply be ready & that’s what’s going to matter the most!
Author: Expat Gal
Expat Gal has been blessed to have known God as long as she can remember. She was raised Catholic and was baptized, made her First Communion and was confirmed in the Catholic faith. At 21, she left the Catholic faith to become a non-denominational Christian as she began to question some Catholic doctrine. One of her life’s highlights was her family’s lake baptism in 2013. In late March 2015, she received a strong Word from the Lord that your “family is no longer safe here” so she and her family permanently relocated outside the U.S. Her goal is to serve the Lord in any capacity He calls her to serve in.