One Torah For All

One Torah shall be to him that is home-born, and unto the stranger that sojourneth among you.
Exodus 12:49

Vision of Sacrifice

I looked and it was a dark place in the woods at night.  It was near to where I was living.  Through the woods I saw the glow of a fire.  I moved towards the fire.  As I neared the fire I saw people standing around the fire in a large circle.  In the center of the circle was a man.  I could not yet see what that man was doing.  I continued to move towards the people.  As I neared the people they were all wearing dark colored robes with hoods that were pulled up over their heads hiding their faces.  The man in the center of the circle was speaking, although I could not understand what he was saying.  Then I noticed that he was standing over a child who was lying upon a table.  The child was bound.  Wait, it was not a table, but an altar. As understanding dawned upon me as to what these people were doing; I was appalled.  Then I witnessed the most horrendous of acts, the killing of a child as a sacrifice to some as yet unidentified god.

Then YHWH whisked me away and I was back in my own home.

As I sought YHWH for understanding, I understood that what had occurred was not just in a vision, but rather it was an actual event in real time and YHWH had taken me to that place to be a witness against them.