Sand Castle And The First Young Boy
I see a huge cathedral made of sand. There is a sign in front that says “All Orphans Welcome!”
Inside the building, I notice that there are no adults. The entire place is run by children. A young boy is standing at the front, much like he is giving a motivational speech to the other kids, preparing them for something. As he speaks though, ice crystalized water vapor pours out of his mouth. The audience is being affected as the words are spoken. They begin to freeze in various stages. Some children have lost their color and are completely immobilized. Others, are void of most color but can still move about slowly.
Second Young Boy Led the First Exodus
In the middle of the crowd sits a young boy. He stands out from the others for several reasons. First, his clothing is very dignified and clean compared to everyone around him. Also, when he breathes, you can see a stark contrast between his breath and the breath of the ones speaking upfront. It’s almost like his breath has a warmth to it that keeps those around him at a higher temperature. (I think this is related to a frequency he carries.) He stands up and takes the hand of the child next to him. They begin to push through the crowd to find an exit to the door. A few children that are still warm enough, follow him in a semi-frozen and slow state. It is so hard for them to move but as they do, the blood inside them begins to circulate and make the movement less strenuous.
They exit the sand castle and begin to walk toward a dark forest. The boy pulls some sticks and a loaf of bread from his pack and starts a fire. The children all gather around this small fire for warmth, and the boy divides the loaf of bread between them. The food and fire provide them with enough strength for the journey ahead.
The boy says that they must get going, but he leaves the fire behind and lays a pile of these sticks on a bench that is close by.
Out of Forest To A Mountain of Fire
The boy leads the children to the base of a mountain that is surrounded by a fire. It reminds me of a mote that would be dug around a castle. I watch as this entire group of people emerge into this fire and disappear.
Storms Destroyed the Sand Castle
The scene changes back to the sand castle. A storm begins to form above the ocean and waves start crashing into the orphanage. On closer inspection, I can see the movement and various parts of a beast, circling in the water. It is swimming around the perimeter of the ocean, over and over. (I’ve seen this beast before in another vision with the 2 boats.) Its movements are just the same. As the waves get larger, they begin to crash into the sand castle, destroying it with every incoming wave.
Children start to pour out of the building. Most are too frozen to escape the waves and are washed out into the ocean. I watch as they get tangled and gnarled into the seaweed and struggle to breathe. But, the water brings warmth and they begin to move around a little and use their hands to tear away the seaweed. They come up for a breath and then re-emerge to try and free themselves from the tangled mess. With every breath taken, they get more energy and less frozen and can untangle themselves and make it to the shore.
Young Girl In the Forest
Looking from a distance, I can see hundreds of children scattered across the shore. Some appear to be dead and others barely breathing. My focus is brought to one girl in particular. She has been badly hurt and her clothes have been torn from her body. She looks around and sees no one alive around her. She then notices the beast in the sea and sees that it is headed directly toward her. Out of desperation, she begins to drag herself into a dark forest off in the distance. It’s extremely dark when she arrives and she has no energy left but manages to make her way to a small park bench that is slightly lit by a ray of sunshine. She lays on it and falls asleep.
The Boy Rescued The Girl
It seems like out of nowhere, the same well-dressed boy who led the children into the fire, appears beside the woman on the bench. She lays there lifeless, with only her hair covering her body. He leans down and gives breath into her mouth, and as he does this, she wakes up. She is cold and hungry, and the boy once again pulls sticks and a loaf of bread from his bag, knowing they will need them for the journey ahead. It’s raining and the fire is harder to start than the previous fire. He hands the woman some sticks and a pocket knife and instructs her to shave the wood so they can use it to kindle the fire. He leaves her to go find some larger logs. When he returns, they begin to build a fire together. The fire is still not lit, and the man instructs the young woman to pull out pieces of her hair and use them to kindle the fire. This is a hard decision, for if she rips out her hair, she will be completely exposed. But, she does as instructed. The fire is ignited and he shares the bread with her.
After a time, the fire begins to dim and they both realize it is time to move on. The boy takes her hand and leads her to the mountain. They wade into the fire together.
Digging Treasures In A Cave
As the man and woman enter the fire, the pain sears, but they can see a shore in the distance. They come up inside a cave. Other children are also in this place. Various tools are being passed from child to child, and they are all digging.
This place holds a danger and sacredness. The young girl watches and observes those around her. Then, she begins to dig, first with the tools handed to her by other children and then with her bare hands. She tries to clear away the dirt to see what treasure she found, but it is useless. Everything around is muddy. The young boy points to a spiral staircase above and tells the girl that the only way to clean off what she has found is by taking this treasure to the top of the mountain where the water is clean and without mixture.
Ascending A Staircase To Receive A Paper
As she starts climbing the mountain, the stairs take her to areas of both fire and water.
At each intersection, she notices the treasure is getting cleaner and more visible. As she reaches the top of this mountain, not only is her treasure completely clean and revealed, but also her appearance has improved. She is clothed and her hair has begun to grow back. She lifts this stone above her head and as she does, a paper of some kind comes down like a receipt. She takes the paper and reads it.
The scene changes and the girl is back at the orphanage she came from. The girl didn’t understand. She had seen them all dead. But, she obediently carries her treasure to the place instructed.
Young Girl On A Rescue Mission
The orphanage had completely been decimated by the waves, and in its place was a huge flat opalescent multicolored rock. (This stone is constantly in visions I have and always comes with a knowing that it is a sacred place that inhabits the presence of God.)
She lays her precious stone on the corner of this rock, and the perimeter of this foundation is immediately illuminated with the mote of fire. She shifts her gaze to the shore, which is littered with the bodies from the orphanage. As she walks around them, a deep warm breath envelopes her (again a frequency), and the children begin to stir. She tells them of the warmth of the fire and desperate to get warm, they follow her.
This trip is different from the ones before. This journey doesn’t require a long path through the dark forest. When they arrive, the woman disappears into the water of fire.
Some of the children are afraid of the fire and seem quite content to make tents right outside the fire. Others, follow without hesitation. (Choice of free will)
Building Up A City of Precious Stones
My view is now on a larger operation at work. I watch the process the children go through. They willingly walk into the fire, dig a treasure (all various kinds), take them up the ladder in an ever-increasing cleansing process, and then submit their perfected treasure to the King.
When it is approved, a scroll is given that instructs for the specific placement of the treasure. The children then proceed to the beach and place their stones in the directed place. They lay the rocks from the outside, moving in. Eventually, an entire city of precious stones is created.
The children finally belong and have a purpose. They become the ones who love the fire. They seek for His treasures that cannot be stolen or misused. They finally belong to a family and Kingdom that is ever-expanding. But, the best gift of all is to live with the perfect Father of love.