The Emergence of the Matthias Group

by | Oct 3, 2016 | Apostle, Church planting, Five-fold, Power, Promotion, Revival | 0 comments

A new group of apostolic leadership is about to emerge in
the Church. I have held off for a few weeks writing this word. I knew the
content, but not the timing. Some of you have not been included within the
inner circle of certain teams of ministry. This has not been a negative. These
teams have been filled with good people doing good things. They were not
unaware of the people who surrounded them like the 120 believers the original
apostles used as a candidate pool to replace Matthias. God is positioning people like He did with Matthias to fill the
vacancies coming open on the apostolic teams of our day. Some of these
candidates will be taken by surprise at their selection.


The name Matthias is a name defined in the Greek language as a person with a sound mind and a self-controlled temperament. The definition
also carries with it the description of a person who is a protector, a deliverer
and someone who brings healing with their presence. One of root definitions of
the name uses the metaphor of the human midriff. A Matthias kind of person would
be someone whose life and ministry functioned like the belt of truth described
by Paul in his letter to the Ephesians as he described the armor needed for spiritual
battle. Matthias is a person who would walk in truth and be a unifying presence
on any team.

In the next few days and weeks a Spirit-led promotion will
begin taking place. This is not something you should try to make happen. This
will be a God-selection. Leave it alone. Let it remain pure. God will make His
choice in preparation for a fresh out-pouring of the Spirit that will require a
full and functioning team of apostles in all segments of the Church. This will
take place in order to equip and direct the Church into a new season when a fresh
expression of Pentecost is released making possible a supernatural harvest of


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