I received this email from a dear friend of ours, Hallie Goodwin, after she read Michael And The Dragon:
"It came to mind yesterday --the Michael, the battle for Moses' body-- in '96 or so, going down the mountain to Alamogordo I saw a vision of the Lord. He was dressed in battle gear--he had a leather helmet and leather- looking shirt and leather skirt that was cut in wide fringe--like for ease of movement. His hair was longish. His hand was propping up his head as he lay on top of the mountains that are the backside of Las Cruces over the White Sands. He was smiling hugely. His head was at the El Paso end and his feet were way north on the mountain range. (I can still see Him stretched out up there on the mountain. range. It was beautiful.) I had never ever thought of Him in battle clothes--Jesus meek and mild-- but now as "Michael," I can see the role required the leather dressing."
I can see with Jesus in war gear and laying on the mountains propping up His head with a huge smile on His face indicates His complete victory over all the kingdoms of the world, and He is quite relaxed & pleased about it. I believe it is significant that His head was at El Paso (The Pass) and with His body at the backside of Las Cruces (The Crosses). He, being the Head of His body, is The Way, The Truth, The Path, The Pass to victory, and The Crosses are all behind Him and the members of his corporate body. His feet being way north on the mountain range speak of our walk carrying us to the sides of the North, the City of the great King, of which we are:
"Beautiful for situation (Heb. elevation), the joy of the whole earth, is mount Zion, on the sides of the north, the city of the great King." (Psalm 48:2)