Our Father is raising up a Beast kingdom as a demolition crew to tear down or burn down all the wood, hay and stubble built on the foundation of Christ. You can be sure that everything built on the shifting sands of this world will go too, for everything that can be shaken will be. In a vision, I was standing on a mountain and looking down the mountain-side. I saw a construction crew coming up the mountain-side putting up the big metal power poles for high voltage power lines. Then I looked down beside me on the ground and noticed a very old, emaciated cow lying there. It looked as though it was about to die. Next to it was a very large baby boy that I knew had been born from that cow. Next, I saw a front-end loader come and scoop up the cow and carry it away. I picked up the baby and walked over and got on an escalator. As we were going up, I noticed a woman next to me with a normal-sized baby. Looking at my baby, she said, "That looks like a real baby boy". Watching the front-end loader carry away the cow, I said, "Yeah, I wonder how that's possible". Then the scene changed, and I was walking into a ministers' conference. All the famous religious leaders of the U.S. were there. A famous minister who everyone knows and who I felt represented a generation of ministers, walked over and handed me some papers. Then the Lord said to me, "This is his propaganda about what he has accomplished". (If we have accomplished anything, it is by God's power, will, and grace for "a man can receive nothing except it come from heaven".) God gave me the interpretation in my spirit. The power lines are the power of God coming to faithful Christians in the Kingdom (mountain). The power will not come until the old cow, the Babylonish religious systems of men, are moved out of the way just as new wine can not be put in old wineskins. I was told that the old cow was the golden calf, now come to full age and passing away. In Ex.32:4 speaking of the golden calf, they said in Hebrew, "This is thy God". God here in the literal is Elohim just as it is in verse 11, "And Moses besought the Lord his God". Aaron proclaimed a feast to the Lord (verse 5). Lord here in the literal is YHWH, the name of our God. In other words, they were calling the golden calf Elohim and YHWH. They were giving God's name to a false god. If you have been sold on a Jesus that looks different from the Jesus of the Bible, guess what, you are worshiping the golden calf, the old cow. The old cow is "another Jesus" as Paul called it in 2 Cor.11:4. He was the Egyptian Baal; the false virgin birthed son of God from Babel. You will take on the image of the Jesus you follow (2 Cor.3:18); hence, the old cow represents those who have taken on the image of a false Jesus. As this old cow is being moved out of the Kingdom the greater works will be manifest through the true disciples of Christ.
The greatest army the world has ever known is about to come against what is thought to be the Kingdom of God. They are the construction crew that will move the Babylonish cow out of the way. A remnant baby will come out of this cow and come to maturity (Zion [Jer.50:3-12]). The escalator represents the rest, the ceasing from our own works (Heb.4:10,11) through faith in the promises (Heb.4:1-3). You do not walk upon an escalator; you just rest. God's land of rest is standing on the promises as God told Joshua, "Every place that the sole of you foot shall tread upon, to you have I given it" (Joshua 1:3). Jesus taught us that everything we pray for we are to believe we have received it and we shall have it (Mk.11:24). If you believe that you have received, you will cease from your struggles and anxiety to bring it to pass (1 John 5:14,15). "For we who have believed do enter into that rest" in ceasing from our works, because the works are already accomplished by God (Heb.4:3). For instance, if we ask God to deliver us from some sin or sickness (1 Peter 2:24) or some other curse (Gal.3:13), we must believe we have received since these promises are all past tense. (Notice: "bare our sins", "were healed", "redeemed us from the curse") Ephesians 2:8 in the original Greek says, "For by grace have ye been saved through faith". If you have been saved, then you are saved. The word saved here is the Greek word sozo and is translated "made thee whole" in Lk.8:48 and some other places. Obviously, being healed is part of being saved. It is also saved in circumstances in Mt.8:25, and in deliverance in Lk.8:36. Saved covers deliverance from sin and its curses; and you have been saved at the cross. Jesus said, "It is finished", and "I have overcome the world". By this rest, the baby will come nearer and nearer to God (the escalator) and be protected in the days to come (Ps.91, Ps.125). The cow does not even believe in the protection and blessing of the secret place of the Most High (Ps.91). The cow eats grass, which Peter said was flesh (1 Pet.1:24), and represents a fleshly understanding of the word. The cow only feeds feeds milk , which we are told is being "without experience of the word of righteousness" (Heb.5:13,14) and represents being without spiritual senses. God showed me concerning the ministers' conference that they were the bulls of Basham who had been sowing their seed in the cow. Psalms 22:12,13 is a prophecy of the religious leadership (bulls) in Jesus' day (verse 1,16,18) who opposed his leadership. The disciples were the new church leadership. The true disciples are going to be given a new leadership like those who followed Jesus out of Babylonish Judaism (Isa.1:26).
God gave the Old Covenant but at the time of Jesus they had corrupted it into a respect for men and traditions instead of the word. Christianity has repeated this history. Jesus came to make disciples (Greek: methetes -learners and followers) of the Word and lead them out. True disciples will hear no other voice but his (John 10:3-5; 8:31,32). You might say, "I would like to bring healing to this old corrupt religious cow". Have you read Jeremiah 51:9? It says, "We would have healed Babylon, but she is not healed: forsake her, and let us go everyone into his own country; for her judgment reacheth unto heaven, and is lifted up even to the skies". Forsake her, brothers and sisters, and dwell in the promised land (live on his promises). Receive a kingdom that cannot be shaken (Heb.12:28). Come out from among them and be ye separate (2 Cor.6:14-18 / Rev.18:4 / Jer.51:6,45 / Jer.50:8).