The Baby of Revival

By Mirjam Horak

I was asking the Lord what will it look like when this baby I have been seeing comes forth. What does the baby of Revival look like?

I didn’t get an answer immediately, but instead, I saw Jesus walking up the mountain.

He walked up a steep ledge and it was becoming narrower.

I had to watch my step very carefully, to follow Him. He walked at a pace that I can perfectly follow.

He walks and He shepherds me up the mountain in a way that I can follow Him, and I was just amazed at the thought that He is the Shepherd on the mountain, He shepherds us up the mountain.

I’m following Him up the mountain and before I know it, I find myself at the top of the mountain and I saw a table set there.

The Baby of Revival

Seated at His Table – Complete Victory

But all this while as I was going up the mountain, I’ve been following Jesus and I have been right behind Him and I’ve been seeing Him but as soon as I got to the top, I couldn’t see Him anymore.

Instead, I saw this table set.

Father was seated there, and He gestured for me to take a seat. I felt like extremely humbled that He invited me to come and sit down with Him at the table.

The table was covered in a sheer gold and silver like covering. I asked Father, what is on the menu?

Father removes the cover of what is served, and He said “complete victory”.

The moment He said that my eyes opened, and I recognized Jesus.

It was the Father, serving the Body and the Blood of His Son.

I couldn’t see the details of what was on the table, but I saw enough to be so moved by His heart for me.

The cost of my complete victory was His Sons life. And Father serves it with a heart of fire.

I was so moved by His heart for me. He served it with a heart of fire. As I partook, I saw fire ignited in His heart.

As Father encouraged me to partake of communion, scenes of Jesus battered and bruised body on the cross flash before my eyes.

His blood spilt…

A bright fire ignites in the heart of my Father as He enjoys this time with me and watches me partake.

Something stirred so deep in me, that I wanted to give in exchange for His sacrifice.

As I thought that, a fire ignited within me, and the revelation of my daily conforming to Jesus death hits me very deeply.

The Baby of Revival – The Family Altar

My vision changes, and I find myself looking at a family altar.

At the altar, the place of sacrifice, I see a family, unidentified, teaching their children to surrender themselves to Jesus, to conform to His death in order to partake of the resurrection life.

The Family Prayer Altar

A fire ignited in their little hearts, and together with the fire in the hearts of the parents, the fire on the altar grew.

Complete victory is served today and every day.

There is not a day that we cannot partake of this victory. Perfect love is at the top of the mountain.

The perfect love of the Father Who gave us His Son. A sacrifice that we answer with our own sacrifice, our lives.

Everything laid down on the family altar. As we do, fire ignites in our hearts and lives.

Then I realized He did give me an answer. What it looks like when the Baby is born.

And that is what it looks like, just one aspect, of when the Baby of revival has come forth.

I believe the Lord is highlighting the family altar at this time, as He has said to me previously. Unity begins at the family altar.

There is a fire that is ignited when a family gathers together to lay their lives down on the family altar.

The Baby of Revival is at the family Altar

There is something that is stirred when young children learn to lay their lives down in complete surrender to Jesus.

It is family alters ignited with a fire that will not go out.

Philippians 3:7-12

“But what these things were gain to me, these things I’ve count lost for Christ, yet indeed I count all things lost for the excellence of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord for whom I have suffered the loss of all things and counted them as rubbish that I may gain Christ and be found in Him not having my own righteousness which is from the law but that which is through faith in Christ.

The righteousness which is from God by faith that I may know him and the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of His sufferings being conformed to his death.

If by any means I may attain to the resurrection from the dead not that I have already attained or am already perfected but I press on that I may lay hold of that for which Christ Jesus has also laid ahold of me.”

 

And the other scripture that the Lord gave me, the mountain top scripture;

1 John 4: 7 – 11 and then verse 18 – 19 it says

“Beloved let us love one another, for love is of God and everyone who loves is born of God and knows God.

He who does not love does not know God.  For God is love in this the love of God was manifested towards us that God has sent his only begotten son into the world that we might live through Him.

In this is love, not that we loved God but that He loved us and sent His son to be the propitiation for our sins.

Beloved if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.”

And then continued in verse 18

“There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear because fear involves torment, but he who fear has not been made perfect in love, we love Him because He first loved us.”

Parents to Protect The Fires in the Children’s Hearts

There are fires in the hearts of the children that I saw at the family altar where they are ignited as they lay down their lives.

It’s those fires that the system of the world seeks to extinguish.

It’s the fire that the enemy hates, but those are the fires that we need in order to change the educational system from the ground up.

A little fire starts a bigger fire and a bigger fire can change a nation.

I feel again to write and add a reminder that we need to stop handing our children over to a system that is designed to co-operate with the systems of the world and slowly kill what fire is inside of these children’s hearts.

2 Timothy 3:2

“But know this that in the last days spiralis time will come for men will be lovers of themselves,

lovers of money, boasters, proud, blasphemous, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy,

 

unloving, unforgiving, slanderers and without self-control, brutal despises of good, traitors, head

 

strong, haughty, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God having a form of Godliness but

 

denying its power and from such people turn away.  For of this sort are those who creep into

 

households and make captives of gullible woman, loaded down with sins let away by various lusts

 

always learning but never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.”