On our process to settling in Mexico, we found three members of BLT.
When we visited my friend Sandy Bates in GA, we went to Noah’s Ark zoo on July 8th.
There we heard a story of three rescued animals-a Bear, a Lion, and a Tiger -BLT.
They were found in a basement of drug dealers. They were locked up together in a small cage. They had great friendship, so the staff of the Noah’s Ark Zoo decided to put them together. BLT lived in harmony for a long time, about 16 years, then the lion died, then the tiger died. So now only the bear is in the zoo.
We saw this bear, named Baloo. He looked lonely. I felt heartbroken that he lost his family.
Then the next day, July 9th, we moved to Augusta and stayed in an Airbnb. There I found a large photo of a tiger’s face on the wall in our bedroom. But I didn’t relate this photo to the BLT story. As we continued on traveling, we forgot about BLT.
But at the beginning of August, this BLT story came into my mind again and I began to think the photo of a tiger’s face in Augusta maybe means something.
From the lion of Judah jacket I made in Korea, I was thinking that I was seeing those two lost members of BLT in images.
Then August 8th, in Mexico, I again moved to another airbnb and found a face of a lion on the wall. BLT!
We think this airbnb in Mexico was God’s choice because Hacksun heard the price of airbnb in his spirit, before we found this airbnb. When we processed the payment it was exactly the price he heard.
Maybe He wanted us to see the photo of this lion. Unlike the lion photo on the wall, the real lion of BLT story had no mane because he was neutered earlier.
I am wondering what God wants to tell us about this. One night, I felt that the three mighty animals represent the Holy Trinity.
If you have any insight, you are more than welcome to help us by commenting!
Below is my friends’ response:
The first thing I thought of after reading post was that BLT was rescued and you guys are called to be missionaries and “rescue the lost”. Also I think BLT could represent unity in the Body of Christ. All three of the animals would normally not hang out together in the wild – however their innocence of growing up together and loving one another – overrided their natural instincts!Sandy Bates
You are in the right direction. It is definitely referencing the lost as you were thinking and Sandy mentioned.
As I read your story I heard a scripture in my spirit and as I looked it up, then it made much sense.
This is your story 😁😁😁 hallelujah Jesus.
“Jesus commissioned these twelve to go out into the ripened harvest fields with these instructions: “Don’t go into any non-Jewish or Samaritan territory. Go instead and find the lost sheep among the people of Israel. And as you go, preach this message: ‘Heaven’s kingdom realm is accessible, close enough to touch.’ You must continually bring healing to lepers and to those who are sick, and make it your habit to break off the demonic presence from people, and raise the dead back to life. Freely you have received the power of the kingdom, so freely release it to others. You won’t need a lot of money. Travel light, and don’t even pack an extra change of clothes in your backpack. Trust God for everything, because the one who works for him deserves to be provided for.”
Matthew 10:5-10 TPTMarshay Price