JOIN NOW: Worship on the Mountains, Anzac Day Thursday 25th April


Worship and declare Jesus as King of Kings and Lord 

over your part of Australia & New Zealand

at dawn on Anzac Day Thursday 25 April 2019!


Worship Warfare

After a season of worshipping on various mountains around Melbourne the Lord is calling us to worship simultaneously on these mountains on Anzac Day at the time of the dawn services. This is His strategy for warfare.

We are worshipping where God leads  us – symbolically standing in the gap – to see and receive the King of Glory into our local territories and to agree with Jesus establishing His sovereign rule on earth as in heaven – His government on the high places of our regions and the social spheres/ mountains of our nations! Come in the Spirit of Psalm 24:3-7 and Isaiah 6:3.

Look at you now— arising as the dayspring of the dawn, fair as the shining moon. Bright and brilliant as the sun in all its strength. Astonishing to behold as a majestic army waving banners of victory.” Song of Songs 6:10 (TPT) 

See: Dutch Sheets: Fullness of Time: A New Era Sing: Raise a Hallelujah and see a miracle!


Why Anzac Day?

It is appropriate that we stand together on Anzac Day on the high places for spiritual breakthrough. The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) actually comprised many nations including Indian, Ceylon, Zion & British Divisions. The Anzacs formed in 1914, when Melbourne was Australia’s federal capital.  Anzac Day is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand that broadly commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders “who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations” and “the contribution and suffering of all those who have served”. On 31 October 1917 the Anzacs captured Beersheva which led to the establishment of Israel.  Evident in this battle and at many points in history, New Zealanders carry God’s anointing to take the high places and the Aussies’  have been graced with breakthrough anointing.  Let’s remember the victories, the fallen and remember and declare Jesus’ death for all. “Greater love has no man than he lay down his life for his friends.” John 15:13

For People from Melbourne:

The mountains we have worshipped on and will meet on again at dawn on 25 April are:

  1. The You Yangs – north of Geelong, Werribee
  2. Mt Macedon – near Daylesford
  3. Mt Disappointment – near Whittlesea
  4. Mt St Leonard – Healsville
  5. Mt Donna Buang – Warburton
  6. The Dandenongs- two peaks: Mt Dandenong and Mt Corhanwarrabul
  7. Arthur’s Seat – The Peninsula
  8. There will also be a team that gathers in central Melbourne.

Please get in touch if  you feel called to join or lead a team.
We will meet 7pm on 22nd April in Ringwood. Contact Sue for the address: 0418 389 419.

We are believing for  teams to ascend these mountains simultaneously in time to worship and then drive in both wooden stakes with scripture written on them, and tent pegs to symbolise the raising of the tabernacle tent of King Jesus’ presence over Melbourne.  Teams will need to be on their mountain in time to worship and pray between 6 am and 7 am. The stakes and tent pegs will be driven in at 7 am, which is very close to official sunrise.

The team that will go to Mt Macedon need to book places on the Anzac buses from respective train stations, to get up the mountain for the official Anzac service, and then go back down on the buses with everyone else, before returning a little later that morning with stakes and tent peg. (It will not be possible to take stake, peg and hammer to the initial service due to security.) To join the Mt Macedon team please contact: Bron Van Bockel. (0407 080 203) Please text Paul (0401 252 605) if you’d like to join any of the other teams on 25 April. We will get together at a preparatory meeting to write scriptures on the stakes and confirm who is in each team.

This is broader than Melbourne. God is establishing the tabernacle of His presence across the earth at this time. Many are being called to put wooden tent pegs in the ground, with Scriptures on the stakes, to symbolise our agreement with His kingdom come, the glory of God’s Presence established in the territories that He has given us responsibility in. Warron Lyons, an Indigenous Maori watchman and father in New Zealand had a vision of this in 2002, and God has been leading people across New Zealand and the Pacific Islands and other nations to stake tent pegs of His tabernacle in Arthur’s Pass, North Island, South Island of New Zealand and by teams associated with Warron Lyons and Kris Schlyder in Australia, Vanuatu, Tahiti, Cook Islands, India, Pakistan, Taiwan, Borneo etc, and pegs have been placed in Australia by Cheryl & Bruce Lindley in 12 locations in 12 days in 2017-“Shift the Nation.” I (Sue) was called to place a stake in Federal Parliament in 2017 and an apostolic team spontaneously formed to accompany me in doing this.

This is a God given opportunity for breakthrough wherever you are. If you are called by God to stake a mountain or other area near you – do get in touch.

In the last days the mountain of the Lord’s temple will be established as the highest of the mountains; it will be exalted above the hills, and all nations will stream to it. Many peoples will come and say, “Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the temple of the God of Jacob. He will teach us his ways, so that we may walk in his paths.” The law will go out from Zion, the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.  He will judge between the nations and will settle disputes for many peoples. They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will not take up sword against nation, nor will they train for war anymore. Come, descendants of Jacob, let us walk in the light of the Lord.” Isaiah 2:2-5

Paul Kube  (former missionary to Siberia)  0401 252 605

Sue Tinworth ( 0418 389 419


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