My comment on Dec. 31, 2022:
The Lord impressed upon me to share this vision. I think its applications and implications are obviously beyond my own personal life, rather my past and present life might serve as symbolic to the work of the Lord with the son company and the bridal company in the end Time. (Rev. 12).
But pls share with me directly your understandings if you have any input from the Lord, especially how to identify our current season in its light.
Sister Kim Frey’s Comments on Jan. 2, 2023:
Hey brother. The Lord has been showing me some things through Nicole’s vision about the violin and baseball. I have a bit of a hard time explaining all the things I was shown, but this is the best I can get out at this time. I would love to hear your additional thoughts from the Lord.
At the opening of the vision, Immanuel is using an instrument to play a spiritual music of Truth. With the right training and discipline, this instrument can be a beautiful display music to the Father. Without the correct trialing, it’s an instrument of chaos. The age of the teenagers represents a level of spiritual maturity. These teens don’t even notice the music because they are too distracted and self absorbed. Immanuel is especially equipped by the Father for training these teens in a way that incites a spiritual breakthrough. So, he changes this mode of relating/teaching to suit the teens level of receptiveness.
There are two levels of consciousness needed to fully appreciate this game. First, you have to understand how the game works as a whole. Actions that may seem chaotic or not in the best interest of a player are only one perspective in a larger game at play. So, you have to detach from emotions and personal prejudices. The more you observe the game in this way, the more you understand. Once you understand the rules, realize that it is not any one single play that can help you win the game, you can mentally be engaged in the game. Each player and event is only understood by taking a step back and observing the rules and order. To fully appreciate the game, one must have patience and a perspective switch. You have to detach from how things appear only from your observance. You can not be influenced by emotions or personal prejudices. The more you observe the game in this way, the more you understand. you begin to see that no matter how impressive a single physical act is, its meaning is only understood, and memorability determined, by its place in the story of the game. This deeper level of understanding can happen synchronously or asynchronously. This is very symbolic of how things operate in the spiritual realm. Most people are incapable of actually seeking the Truth of the game because they are too attached to their own religious understandings, egos, self-images, and world views. When we look at things subjectively (from our own personal experience), these attachments blind us to the reality. In this blind state, we end up denying Truth in favor of our preexisting patterns of living. Once one understands how the game is played, they no longer are just a crazy fanatic fan. They are part of it. They hold a unique purpose in being able to hold a testimony to the events that take place. The cumulative testimony of the fans are ones that can not be discounted.
The next level of consciousness is attained by physically participating in the game. These athletes must be chosen for their knowledge of the sport, willingness to be trained and the discipline of the training process. This training takes perseverance, humility and sacrifice. Once this individual training has taken place with all on a team, the athletes have the ability to contribute to the outcome of the game. If the teammates break the rules, loose focus or act out of selfish motives, that teammate has to be removed so the game can be won. This is much the same as the opportunities God gives us to actively participate in His Kingdom, His way. His outcome WILL prevail. If we are not playing as part of this overall good, we will be passed up and another team mate will be chosen for our position.
The baseball field is a dome specially for God’s people. A place of mutual appreciation and love for the game. Outside of this dome, balls are being thrown, but without any understanding of the game, playing catch with a few people is all that that ball and people are capable of doing.
While playing, the enemy enters the dome of God’s people. The enemy is being exposed for the truth of his nature. He is revealing himself as one who is able to adapt (he changes size and appearance) As a roach, he is able to dig from this protective dome and enter the earthly dome/ realm with ease) We are also able to follow him from this protective dome into the earthly dome where he rules.. With no understanding and purpose, the game can not be played here. Balls are being thrown and people have the right gear,but they lack context. Without the right perspective, the ball and gear are used in a way that is only a fraction of the potential power of that ball within the game.
With limited understanding of the game, the girl is not equipped for battle in this place. Immanuel slices out of this dome and into the heavenly realm with a sword. With him, he pulls a girl willing to go, but not having the knowledge and training to do so. Having compassion for a willing heart, the Lord allows his servant to pull her into this safe place. The weak can obtain protection by union and a willing.
Some additional thoughts…
baseball is a game entirely based on 3, and multiples thereof. The scoring of baseball occurs in threes: 3 strikes, 3 outs, 9 innings, 9 positions, 27 total outs.
My response on Jan. 2, 2023 (Edited):
Wow. You have certainly added so much to my understanding. I am almost totally illiterate with the game of baseball. It makes so much sense now.
I have been querying God about the 3s and the number 9 for a while. I knew it has something to do with discipleship (9th floor of studying something).
Also the detail of dome is very meaningful. Uncanny always the way how the Lord teaches us. Pls review these two dreams of my life in a university setting. You would know why I am so thankful and appreciative for your input here..:)
- 9th floor:
Here is also something from Brother Ben Lowe might be helpful: