Archive for December, 2012

12.12.12 A KAIROS CALL

December 11, 2012

As we reach 12 noon on 12.12.12 the very date and time speak to us of spiritual alignment, of Godly government, of Jesus Kingship. What a critical moment in the life of this nation this just happens to be?

What is God saying to us? To you?

Consider these words written by Dennis Wrigley of the Maranatha Community for this moment in history:


The Lord is asking

Is it stop

Or is it go?

Is it yes

Or is it no?

Is it death

Or is it life?

Is it peace

Or is it strife?

Is it moving as one

Or is it falling apart?

Is it warmth of the Spirit

Or is it hardness of heart?

Is it zeal for the Kingdom

Or is it drift and decay?

Is it the gloom of the night

Or God’s glorious new day?

Is it muting the trumpet

Or wielding the sword?

Is it forward

Or back?

Is it defence

Or attack?

Is it moving

Or staying?

Is it striving

Or being?

Is it watching

Or seeing?

Is it fluttering

Or flying?

Is it living

Or dying?

Is it a temple

Or a tent?

Is it in ownership

Or rent?

Is it here

Or is it there?

And if not here

Where oh where?

Is it now

Or is it then?

And if not now

When oh when?


Dennis – Maranatha 8th December 2012


December 9, 2012

12.12.12. A Time of prayer and listening. A call to align with God, and His purposes for our lives.

Across the spheres of our society, God, who is light, is revealing that which has been hidden in darkness. He is calling His people to pray. He is calling his people to communicate His love and to speak out boldly in the midst of crisis.

At 12 noon on 12.12.12 will you join us in gathering together to pray? The number 12 speaks of God’s perfect government, and of His authority. This is a moment to pray for God’s government in our individual lives, in our churches and in our nation.

Wherever you gather with other believers, please pray for these two key areas:

Pray for an awareness of what God is doing at this time, of being part of the Body of Christ and say yes to being in alignment with Jesus, the Head of the Church.
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

We will come before God in quietness, in humility, seeking His direction for each of our lives, and with hearts repentant of the sin that is in the church as well as the nation. We believe that God will speak, and hear our prayers. Our prayer is that as we unite and align under Gods authority we will begin to see the manifest authority of God in our land.
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(This is the text of a message which has been sent out to many prayer networks under the banner of Together for the Nation, a coalition of Christian ministries.)