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“You have seen what I did unto the Egyptians and how I bare you on eagles wings and brought you unto myself. Now therefore if you will obey my voice indeed and keep my covenant then you shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people for all the earth is mine. And you shall be unto me a Kingdom of priests and an holy nation.  These are the words of which thou shalt speak unto the children of Israel. “ (Ex. 19:4-6)

In a vision early this morning I was shown a real-life scene in my living room – the picture of a large white horse hanging over my winter white accent cabinet appeared.  But the scene changed.  The horse was replaced with a large eagle and the existing decorations that sit on top of the cabinet were replaced with three decorative figures of women standing and sitting in a circle.  In the center stood a woman with two wings,  holding flowers and heralding a message of Love.  The woman on the right side with a long white robe sits on a tree stump reading a Bible with the word Wisdom written underneath the tree. And the woman on the left side, also wearing a long robe, heralds a message of hope and desire.

After the vision and prayers, I went looking at the scene to better understand its interpretation when the word “enemy was spoken.  Then I understood.

The large Eagle at the top represents the protective wings of the Lord in Exodus Chapter 19 who is the same Eagle identified in Revelation Chapter 12. The three women represent three facets of the same woman: that is to say, she symbolizes redeemed Israel and the redeemed Gentile nations – the grafted Church. (Gal. 3:28; Rom. 11). (If the woman applied only to Israel as a nation, I would not have been shown this vision. Some years ago, a very large Eagle with wings that spanned the entire length of my bedroom flew in while I was laying in bed. I felt the wind beneath His wings and the strength of His movements. When He stopped (I am hearing: “Landed” He perched himself on top of a rod in my bedroom – but more on that later, Lord willing.)

Back to the vision. The three women were shown in a circle to convey unity and oneness – a circle has no beginning nor end.  That is to say, you can’t separate one from the others, they are one. The woman with the wings in the center is the focal point and appears to represent the Woman of Revelation Chapter 12. She represents a redeemed and chosen people who will be guided and protected from the enemy (the Serpent) by the great Eagle during the latter days.  Holding flowers symbolizes an act of offering aromatic prayers to GOD and fits the description previously identified in Exodus 19:4 of a chosen people appointed by HIM to fulfill a priestly role (CF. 1 Pet. 2:9).  The woman peacefully reading the Bible represents the importance of keeping the Word of GOD, HIS commandments and HIS New Covenant.   Sitting on a tree inscribed with the word Wisdom means that she is fed by the tree of Life. (Ex. 19:5; Prov. 3:13-35)  Finally, the woman bearing the message of hope and desire represents the faithful whose desire is to wait on the Lord. And because they are renewed in His strength, they are able to mount up above all earthly circumstances with the wings of eagles. (Is. 40:31)

In brief, this vision conveys the unfolding events of latter day prophecies. The world on the outside is increasingly sliding into rebellion and a decrepit state of immorality further induced and enforced by laws that contradict GOD’S laws. It is an utmost affront and sacrilege towards our CREATOR and imposes illegal infractions against HIS anointed! But scriptures clearly convey that GOD will safeguard HIS faithful ones.

Israel and the Church are being called to return to a state of holiness, to prayer and to be found securely positioned and “resting” under the New Covenant of Jesus Christ’s mighty wings. I am hearing that this vision is a blessing. Praise GOD and thank you Lord Jesus Christ.  

“But the woman was given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness to her place, where she is nourished for a time and times and half a time, from the presence of the serpent.” (Rev. 12:14)

I am the LORD thy God who brought thee out of the land of Egypt: open thy mouth wide and I will fill it.” (Ps. 81:10)

Keep the Faith! It is wise not to put off until tomorrow what can be done today.