Monday 28 December 2015

Christmas Reflections

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Glory to God!

As we come to the end of this year, having celebrated the birth of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ and reflecting on God's faithfulness throughout 2015, the Lord has been encouraging us to reflect on the reality of who Jesus is and reflect on our own lives as we allow the Holy Spirit to examine our hearts. Two Sundays ago, Alexander shared a message entitled, Christmas: an issue of worship, in which he showed us the importance of responding to the reality of who Christ truly is in order to influence others around us. Comparing how our culture celebrates Christmas and the truth of Christ's birth and surrounding events, Alexander demonstrated how one can lose sight of the glorious inauguration of God's Kingdom through Christ's birth and how the people responded to Jesus in worship at the time. Alexander challenged us to re-evaluate our apprehension of Christ's greatness in order to be the worshippers God is looking for.

On the last Sunday of the year we always take time to give God glory and thanks for His faithfulness to us in the past year. Yesterday we heard testimonies of God's supernatural provision, salvation, healing and liberating power. It was awesome and very encouraging indeed! Richard then shared a message entitled, The God scan, in which he showed us the importance of allowing God to search our hearts and examine our lives. Looking at Psalm 139, we saw how we can trust God to scan us thoroughly in love because He knows us (139:1-4), He is with us (verse 139:5-12), He made us (139:13-16), He thinks about us (139:17,18), He causes us to hate what He hates (139:19-22), He examines us (139:23) and He will lead us (139:24).

We praise God for His revelation to us and for His faithfulness to us this past year. We are looking forward to an amazing 2016 in which we trust God to continue to do what He began this year in us and through us for His glory and for the advancement of His Kingdom! Hallelujah!

Monday 14 December 2015

The transforming revelation of Jesus

Glory to God!

We did it! On Sunday we completed our 42,195 day spiritual marathon! By God's grace, this marathon has taken KLF to a new level in God - people testified about experiencing greater intimacy with God, breakthrough in prayer, healing in and through them, greater revelation, clarity of spiritual vision, powerful anointing during worship, renewed passion for God's Word, and boldness to share the Gospel. We give God all the glory for what He has been doing among us and for where He is taking us! We believe that this spiritual marathon is just the beginning of God unstopping the wells of revival and that we will see an increase of what He has begun in us over the past 42,195 days. Hallelujah!

The Lord has been speaking to us about losing ourselves in Christ so that Jesus is all in all and yesterday, Richard showed us the following in his message entitled, Losing ourselves in Jesus:

  • True faith loses itself in Christ so that Jesus is all in all. Gal 2:20
  • God wants us to know Him intimately and not just know about Him. 1 Jn 5:20
  • We need spiritual revealtion of Jesus to truly know Him. Eph 1:17
  • The revelation of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy. Rev 19:10
  • The revelation of Jesus precedes the manifestation of His glory in us and through us.
  • Jesus reveals Himself to us to transform us into His image. 2 Cor 4:6; Col 3:10; 1 Jn 4:17
  • Jesus reveals Himself to us so that we enter the possibilities of God. John 11:23; 38-44; 14:8-12
  • Jesus reveals Himself to us so that we will do His will. Rev 2:1/ 2:4; 2:8/2:10; 2:12/2:14; 2:18/2:18
  • God calls us to set the Lord always before us so that we see the transforming revelation of Jesus. Ps 16:8

The revelation of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy - as Jesus reveals Himself to us we can know Him and understand what He wants to do in us, through us, and what He wants us to do.

Monday 7 December 2015

Hoisting the Sails!

Glory to God!

We reached day 36 of our 42,195 day spiritual marathon on Sunday! One week to go and already so much is happening. God is so gracious to us and is taking us deeper and deeper into Him through spiritual revelation of His Word, through corporate prayer with one heart and one spirit, through powerful encounters with Him in worship and true communion with Him in our meetings. People are being saved, healed, set free and are experiencing personal revival. It is wonderful to witness the excitement, enthusiasm, devotion and breakthrough in people's lives! Kingdom Life is stepping into a new level of spiritual experience and growth in the Lord and we are convinced that this is just the beginning of God fulfilling His Word to us, given to us through our late friend and spiritual father, Richard Maybery concerning KLF's unstopping the wells of revival in Frankfurt. Hallelujah!

Yesterday's meeting was very powerful indeed. The presence of God was tangible during worship in song, the Lord's supper, the preaching of His Word and the ministry time in response to God's Word where people experienced the healing power of Jesus. In his message entitled, "Stop rowing and put up your sails!" which you can listen to here, Richard showed us that the believer's righteousness, holiness and the manifestation of power must be by faith in Christ. It is by dependence upon Jesus that the believer must approach God, walk in godliness and do the works of Jesus so that Christ is glorified. Looking at Galatians 3:1-5 and 2:20, we saw how the believer can slip back into trying to be righteous, holy and do the works of Jesus in his own strength for his own glory rather than completely depending on Christ in order to boast in Him alone. Rowing symbolises man's own effort to reach his goal rather than putting up his sails to be driven by the wind of God's enabling for the Lord's glory.

Faith loses itself in Christ so that Jesus is all in all!

We praise God for His revelation to us and for confiming His Word with the manifestation of His power!

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