July 23, 2018
During a meeting of Breakthrough City Church (BCC), I received a Spirit revelation in the form of a spiritual vision. It ‘brought to life’ the event when Jesus was looking for fruits from a fig tree (Mark 11:12-14).
Through the spiritual vision, this is what God emphasized:
Once again, He is touching Indonesia and He is looking for Kingdom fruits from His church. Church is the ‘planting of the Lord’; He reveals His word and outpour His Spirit upon God’s church in Indonesia with one purpose: for her to bear Kingdom fruits.
Kingdom fruits itself is the rising of a generation of believers who are willing to die, who believe God even when it doesn’t make sense, and who let go of everything for Him. These are the characteristics of those who bear the minimum amount of fruits: 30-fold (Mat 13:23, 13:44-46). The rise of this 30-fold congregation – all-out in seeking God’s reality and fulfilling every Spirit direction – preceeds the rise of 60-fold Christians.
For the 60-fold believers, God will bring them to experience supernatural breakthroughs. The working power of grace will work to eliminate whatever lack that potentially hinders the believer to rise and bear fruits 60-fold (John 1:1-5). God forms them to become individuals whom He has planned them to be, long before the foundation of this world (John 1:1-3, 1:12, Eph 1:4-5). God will raise their life to be influential, renown and respected in the wider society (1 Cor 1:26), bearing fruits 60-fold (Mat 13:23, 13:33)
In God’s mercy and sovereign power, He will raise some of His 60-fold people to produce fruits 100-fold. God will position them as statesmen over their city or nation (Mat 13:23, 13:31-32). Through them, Kingdom agenda could be widely implemented over all citizens of cities and nations (Rom 14:17).
Leaders must focus their ministry to give birth to believers who are willing to die, who believe God even when it doesn’t make sense, and who let go of everything for God and His Kingdom’s agenda (bearing fruits 30-fold). Without it, the church is no more than a fig tree full of leaves – having countless members and numerous ministry activities – but still fail to produce Kingdom fruits that God desires and hopes for.
I feel that God gives a warning to all of us through the spiritual vision.
He is looking for Kingdom fruits from His church. Make sure that our ministry bear fruits of the Kingdom that we could offer to Him. #iLoveGod
Ps. Steven Agustinus