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URGENT SPIRITUAL WARFARE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Read Full Article Filed on 24 May 2016

We urge for a cultural shift in our nation – and in Victoria particularly – to the point that all human life is deemed of value and the child is valued and protected – as per the UN Declaration – before as well as after birth and to recover our sense of horror at what we presently permit. The Members of the Parliament of Victoria have a historic opportunity to recover what has been lost.

2016 a year of decision that will shape our future [8] finally, just vote as below!

Read Full Article Filed on 14 May 2016

If you have found all this to be too much to take in then I plead with you, please just trust me (!) and other Christian leaders and vote as below.

2016 a year of decision that will shape our future [7]. Dear Pastor/Leader

Read Full Article Filed on 14 May 2016

But with a double dissolution it is also a year of unparalleled opportunity for Christians to be elected to parliament and be salt and light in that arena, possibly even to have the balance of power.

2016 a year of decision that will shape our future [6]. Why didn’t you vote for me?

Read Full Article Filed on 14 May 2016

We need to be here for the long term. For when the choice is so obviously between good and evil that Christians and others will want to have Christian party candidates in to influence the major parties and hold the balance of power. We must not grow weary.
We can change the direction of our country in just one election if Christians would vote for us.

2016 a year of decision that will shape our future [5] Telling the Story.

Read Full Article Filed on 14 May 2016

This freedom to tell the story – the Greatest Story Ever Told – is what is at risk.
We must tell it now while we can.
And if we lose this battle against a temporary triumph of evil at this small moment of eternity, we must continue to tell The Story into the future whatever comes our way.

2016 a year of decision that will shape our future [4] “but I didn’t know”

Read Full Article Filed on 14 May 2016

But I didn’t know how bad it was. I didn’t know that there was such a differences in good and evil in our political parties.
I had no idea that legalising homosexual marriage could have such a dramatic effect on personal liberties and freedom of speech.

2016 a year of decision that will shape our future [3] so let us pray as never before

Read Full Article Filed on 13 May 2016

One of the key messages given to the Angels of the churches at Pergamum and Thyatira was the failure to condemn tolerance of evil. By contrast, the Church at Ephesus – even though it had lost its first love – was commended for not tolerating evil. Will we support and tolerate evil by being silent in such a time as this, and by our support of evil in the way we vote this election?

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2016 a year of decision that will shape our future [2] and Psalm 75

Read Full Article Filed on 13 May 2016

The separation of church and state should not, must not, mean we leave our faith at home when we make the journey to the polling booth.

2016 a year of decision that will shape our future [1]

Read Full Article Filed on 13 May 2016

We are at war. We have been in Pearl Harbour and we have been asleep, Darwin has been bombed, and now we are in the Battle of the Coral Sea. This battle will shape – as it did – the future of Australia. Australia is at risk in a way it has never been before. These issues we have talked about transcend all other issues. Today we have choices – choices at the ballot box and a choice with the marriage plebiscite – and they are choices that each of us must make before God.

2016 – Choices that will shape Australia for generations to come.

Read Full Article Filed on 06 May 2016

We are at war. We have been in Pearl Harbour and we have been asleep, Darwin has been bombed, and now we are in the Battle of the Coral Sea. This battle will shape – as it did – the future of Australia. Australia is at risk in a way it has never been before. The issues we have talked about transcend all other issues. Today we have choices – choices at the ballot box and a choice with the marriage plebiscite – and they are choices that each of us must make before God. I trust and pray that as we inevitably face increasing persecution for our children and their children that you will not look back with regret on 2016 with a sense of failure that you were not awake, that you did not do enough and that you made wrong choices.