A dream God gave Elijah Lesatele in the early morning of 13/05/12.
I could hear Pastor Bev preaching in the church service on a Sunday morning. I then found myself outside in front of the Auckland Museum. There were thousands of people around me sitting on the grass, but the people couldn’t see me. Everyone was looking at the view of Rangitoto and for some reason there were icebergs everywhere along the sea! But as I was seeing all this I could still hear Pastor Bev preaching and it was echoing throughout Auckland City. These icebergs were melting as the word was being preached and everyone around me didn’t know what was happening. As these icebergs were melting the sea level was rising and before [we] knew it the sea level came onto land. A tsunami was formed out of this and it reached to the thousands of people before they even knew it.
God spoke to me saying, ‘why is My Church still like an iceberg? Why is My Church still like an iceberg?” The iceberg represents the hearts that are hardened. It represents the people who are anointed but are still frozen. There are people out there who need to hear the Gospel of God! In Ephesians 4:11 it speaks of Jesus who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers – to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up. The church cannot come as an iceberg but I believe that God is saying to the church to come as water! The iceberg is hard; it is greedy and selfish. The water is many and the water is anointed and refreshing. Us, as a church, must be the water. And like that tsunami, we must go out and not hold anything back which God has anointed us with.