(Edited by sister Cheryl Lowe)
A few weeks ago, Tim and Rachael, John, Katy, and Elaine, Ben, Brad and I were able to visit the Mountain Top here again, riding the tram.
While riding the tram up to the mountain top, seeing the valley below and the rock that shoots up along the route, I saw a vision in my mind.
I saw many mountains with different heights as if competing with one another. Suddenly they were all brought low while a mountain with a flat top quickly rose up to heaven. As it stopped rising, at a point where I don’t think it quite touched heaven, but yet far above all other mountains. Heaven was open, and bright light or glory from above came down and enveloped the mountain from above shining down. Other mountains (as if having a mind), stood in awe and great fear. They bowed down to the one glorious mountain.
When we arrived to the top of the mountain in reality, we sat beside a rock. The Lord brought me to this brief vision and had me ask Brad to read Micah 4.
Only on the way back, I was prompted to read it again to myself, even to Micah chapter 5, and also Isaiah 2. He spoke to me about His thoughts about the little clan of Ephratha Bethlehem from Judah and how it relates to the promise being fulfilled today that kingship is coming back to the people of God in the context of Revelation 11 and 12.
Need to wait for more insight.