On Christmas morning, I attended the church service of my friend's since there was no service from my church. It was an international service, all in English. As we started the worship, I immediately was given visions. I was shown a lot of people walking towards and up a mountain until they built homes in the mountain, from top to bottom. Then a strong voice in my heart was heard, "These are my children and I love them, I want you to know that." At that moment, I could really feel the heart of Father and tears were running down off my face. I was reminded that different churches have different specializations, some are at the peak of the mountain, teaching highly spiritual prophetic teachings. But there are also churches that are at the bottom of the mountain, that are more down to earth (does not mean earthly but more applicable and easy to understand). I understood that some focuses more on discipleship, some focuses on teachings, and some focuses on the spiritual gifts. In the end, I figured what determines the churches are the people who are in the churches, the building blocks. Every church that are connected as one body in Christ have different function and they are there to support each other. I have to know this as a foundation so that I am not biased, saying one church is better than the other or one spiritual leaders in better than the other, but rather learn to wear my cape of humility and humbleness as a service to God.