“This is a call to all front runners, trail blazers, prophets, watchers on the wall and all burning ones!” says an invitation to a prophetic conference called Roar of Fire which is taking place at Logos Christain Church in Belville, Cape Town on March 25.
Mattaniah Lochner of Mattaniah Ministries which is hosting the event said: “The vision for Roar of Fire is to be revived. God wants us to be revived and He needs us to repent before Him. Once we have repented then God will restore us. And after we have been revived and restored then we will have the roar, the sound of the bride within us.”
She told Gateway News that In 2019 the Holy Spirit inspired her with a theme of “the sound of the Bride”. Although she did not know what sound the bride will make she held onto that revelation and despite the disruption on Covid lockdowns she hosted four “Burning Ones” conferences last year.
“This year the theme is ‘Roar of Fire’ and we are excited with them to see what God is doing,” she said.
“When I became born again God gave me Isaiah 49:2 which reads: He made my mouth like a sharpened sword, in the shadow of His hand He hid me, He made me into a polished arrow and concealed me in His quiver.
I feel that this was a period of being sharpened and prepared as a burning arrow.”
In 2004 when she started Mattaniah Ministry, she said God gave her a prophetic picture of a lady in a red dress holding a bow and an arrow made of a fiery shofar which symbolises the sound of the Bride.
She was amazed recently, when Loezytha Maritz. a prophetic artist, did a painting for the upcoming Roar of Fire conference. She knew nothing about Mattaniah’s 2004 prophetic picture or the verse for the conference but she captured them in her painting [see top of page]
The conference on March 25 will run from 9.30am to 4pm. Tickets cost R250. You can register at https://tinyurl.com/2p9fd2jv
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