Last week, I was praying for the United Kingdom and saw gold dust falling on the nation from above, fine gold dust, as if it had been falling through a sieve.
As a result, a uniform layer, a carpet of gold dust settled, completely covering the land.
I saw a foot come down, in a considered manner. The foot wore a type of shoe who’s sole left clean impressions, and indentations upon the layer of gold dust.
It was His foot. It was His shoe. The imprint that was made and left, was HIM. But inherent in that mark, was the transference and “imprinting” of His own DNA.
Gold was presented to Kings. Gold represented divinity. Gold represents His Glory.
Kabod is the Hebrew word for Glory; it literally means weight.
Gold speaks of something concealed or separated.
“It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, But the glory [weight, honour] of kings is to search out a matter,” Proverbs 25:2.
The impression left, was what you might expect to find on the sole of many a type of sport’s trainer. But His impressions were unique and very clear, despite the foot not coming down in too forceful a manner.
There was an element of control, care and consideration to its application, without losing any sense of it’s determination.
Too much force might have obliterated much of the fine detail. But the presenter wished to share with us the importance of this act.
As I looked at the pattern. It began to reveal itself further as the background began to change. But know, that it still represented His marks and footprint within the golden layer of dust.
I saw the shapes that His shoe sole made. It was of many rows of small squares, offset at an angle to form many, small, diamond shapes (rhombus/ rhomboid), which were laid side by side to one another, to the left and the right and above and below.
It was just as you would see when a sheet of postage stamps are presented. Only this “sheet of squares” covering the gold dust, was now translucent.
This meant, that you could also see what was underneath the translucent sheet, which revealed another layer, in the form of street maps, in relief, of many individual towns, villages and cities.
The individually placed diamond, rhomboid shapes overlaid the street outlines and other geographical features of this underlying map.
The fact that these small “diamond shapes” were turned at an angle … accentuated the streets and places underneath, without confusing the “differing” angles made by them.
I was guided by what I heard and saw and was led to Isaiah 60:13.
“The honour of Lebanon unto thee doth come, fir, pine, and box together, to beautify the place of My sanctuary, and the place of My feet I make honourable,” (YLT).
Another version says, “I will make the place of my feet glorious,” (NASB).
He was/ is, to set His foot on this our land, thus making the place of His feet glorious.
Another verse connected to this was … Deuteronomy 11:24,
“Every place on which the sole of your foot treads shall be yours; your border will be from the wilderness to Lebanon, and from the river, the river Euphrates, as far as the western sea.”
I recalled something He had said, many years ago to me, and which has come back a number of times over the recent weeks:
“In Jesus you have seen the fingerprint of God. But now you shall see the footprint of heaven.”
“The world is yet to see the full geometry that is Me”
As I looked at each individual, geometric, diamond shaped square, I saw it was an “area” that was to be possessed, as each square was “known” and had been allocated.
The sense came … I will, I have given you every place where you, place your foot.
Every was both individual and collective at the same time. This relates to Joshua 1:3
“Every place that the sole of your foot shall tread upon, that have I given unto you, as I said unto Moses.”
But He also highlighted the previous verses … v1-2
“Now after the death of Moses the servant of the LORD it came to pass, that the LORD spake unto Joshua the son of Nun, Moses’ minister, saying, Moses my servant is dead; now therefore arise, go over this Jordan, thou, and all this people, unto the land which I do give to them, even to the children of Israel.”
Times of Transition!
There is an allocation to be obtained, as each believer by faith, steps into what He has outlined, approved and apportioned for them, claiming for His Glory, the Kingdom that He is bringing about.
An inheritance that is both of Him and for all.
As I looked at this geometric array of shapes, I considered each rhomboid shape, was a 4 sided figure.
Dalet ד is the 4th letter in the Hebrew alphabet. It has the numerical value of 4.
It comes from the word dalah, which means impoverished. It carries with it a presentation of lowliness and of a consciousness of possessing nothing of ones own.
Dalet is the symbol of a door.
As I looked at the hundreds, even thousands of rhombus shapes overlaying the street relief map … each and every shape being the made impression of the sole of the foot of the LORD, imprinted in the golden dust.
I was aware of the habitations of myriads of human beings, human souls and lives that lived there.
Each rhombus was as a door of opportunity not just for us, not just for God, but for every individual “square” within the framework of their habitation.
Each “square” each door, was and entry to a persons life, and an opportunity for the hope of their dreams and our dreams for them, even our dreams for ourselves and our King, in relation to the Kingdom.
In Hebrew, dalet is considered to be a picture of humanity in need of their Yeshua.
These thoughts came as I considered what I was receiving.
Apart from You, we cannot enter….
Apart from You, there is no door….
His lowliness enabled us to enter in….
I then saw an ordinary interior household door, that was firmly shut, and showing the merest sliver of accessibility by a thin gap at the base, where it met the floor.
I then saw a wind blow from outside this door, which blew briskly into the room under this thin horizontal gap.
A single sheet of paper with writing on it, was blown or sucked into the room through the thin gap by the accompanying brisk wind.
With this picture came these thoughts … That He, Jesus, become the message that blows Him under the door of man, that is closed shut unto God.
He came not with His own words or His own power, but by His Father’s, seeking to bring us unto Him, who is our Father, that we might not just get a glimpse of heaven, but that we enter into heaven as sons and daughters of our Father God.
As that message gets in, gets home, Jesus said, It will “blow open the door” “off, its hinges” through the greatness that is Thee, (Father).
Jesus became like them, like us … in fragility and yielding … in lowliness and consciousness of possessing nothing as ones own.
Jesus did nothing on His own initiative, (John 8:28), He only did what He saw the Father doing, (John 5:19, John 6:6).
He only spoke what he heard the Father saying. He declared the Father’s Words (John 12:49) His teaching and, even the works were not His own, but “came from Him who sent me,” (John 7:16).
“The words I say to you, I do not speak on My own. Instead, it is the Father dwelling in Me, performing His works.”
I heard Him say … “Anything that is not of Me, is only of you. Anything that is of you, is not part of Me.”
~ David Hood
David Hood, is from Stanley, County Durham, England and was born-again 30 years ago. He began a more serious prophetic insight in the 90’s.