Mongolian Worship Festival
The Worship Festival began with a Mongolian playing a traditional horse head violin. He sang a song in his native tongue while he played. Then 12 riders on horseback appeared on the horizon at the top of a hill. Each of them carried a banner that represented the concepts of God, the nations, the attributes of God, declarations, and fruits of the spirit.
The riders came down the hill and stopped midway. Several dismounted and raised a cross to the Most High God. Then they continued the trek down the rest of the hill towards the campgrounds. The riders made their way to the stage. There they presented their flags and placed them at the front of the stage.
The closing ceremony was very much like the opening but in reverse. First each flag was displayed and the meaning was announced. Then the Mongolian horseback riders rode up to the front of the stage. Here they dismounted to collect their flags and remounted to present them. Then just as the sun was setting they rode up to the top of the hill, paused long enough to look back over the campsite, and disappeared over the top of the hill.
This represented Mongolians taking the presence of the Lord throughout their nation. Ashley
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