During some singing at church this past Sabbath, I had a vision. It was short, maybe taking only a few seconds. I have these often, actually, but have never mentioned them or published anything about them, because I consider them to be sent by Yahuah to educate me and prepare me for the future, to warn me of what to expect.
So I watch.
These brief visions are always very meaningful to me, and the process is like this: In this case, which is a typical process for me, we were singing some new song that I did not know and didn’t particularly enjoy singing. During the singing of it, I bowed my head and closed my eyes. A moment or two after that, I saw in this vision a man dressed in all black combat equipment complete with a black face-covering or mask, walk in the main door behind me and start emptying his machine-gun into the congregation.
I looked at him as he stood firing point-blank into the men, women and children who were standing and singing. There was no panic among the people, because it happened so quickly that they were still singing while the shooter was shooting.
As the shooting was taking place, I was moved across the large room and positioned in front of one of my believing brothers. His face was turned up and his arms were extended above his head. He had been singing and praising Yahuah.
In his eyes I saw bright light. This light emanated from a very small, intensely bright light that originated within his eyeballs, somewhere in the center of the eye itself. Very small, extremely bright and growing brighter. I could see it very clearly as I stood in front of my brother, looking directly into his pupils.
The expression on my brothers face was one of expectation, of amazement, and of power. It is like seeing your favorite football or basketball team score the winning point in the last second of the world championship game – that exultation and surprise and “can it be?’ and “YES!” all happening at once.