Dear Family and Friends in Christ,

 What a mighty God of miracles we serve!

 About a week ago, I received a telephone call at the CTFM office, requesting urgent prayer for a young accident victim, on his death bed, at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.

The Doctors had given up hope for this young man 10 days ago.

 Pastor Daniel had just returned home, from an incredible and hectic tour of Israel. I knew that he would be very tired. However, I conveyed this urgent message to him.

Pastor Daniel immediately contacted the brother of the young man. He was told that the young man had done a motor cycle jump on the family farm, which had gone terribly wrong, and resulted in a crash. He said that his brother had severe head injuries, was on life support and that the Doctors had given up hope.

 Pastor Daniel said: “ I asked the family to anoint the young man with oil, and prayed;  Farther, in the name of Jesus, I rebuke the spirit of death out of this room, and call back life. I cancel every negative word spoken in this room. By your stripes he is healed. Just then, I felt such an amazing release of the Holy Spirit’s, healing and anointing touch the young man. I said to the family, he will not die but live. I asked them to start thanking the Lord for the miracle of life. I thank God for the family, who are believers”.

 The CTMF team also joined with the family in claiming his healing.

 Pastor Daniel has been in contact with the family getting updates of his progress.

All glory to God; the young man is now off life support, and is making good progress. A big thank you to Jesus.

 We also thank the Doctors and the medical team who are taking care of the young man, and all those who prayed. Since the young man still has a long way to go, please continue to pray for him and his family to see a complete recovery.


God Bless you,

 Ash Puvi

Catch The Fire Ministries Inc.

Capture“Yesterday, just as we were about to start our intercessory weekly prayer meeting, we heard the very sad news regarding SSM.

We all hoped for a No vote win, and worked very hard. May I take this opportunity to thank all those who worked hard and voted ‘NO’. It was very encouraging to see that almost 40% voted NO.

I personally could not sleep for most part of last night. I woke up around 12.10am with a dream, and had so much love in my heart for the homosexual community. This might sound strange. Don’t get me wrong. I am very disappointed at the results. But we must love the sinner and not the sin.

We must continue to speak out against SSM. But always have the right ‘ heart ‘ attitude.

Then I had a prompting in my spirit to read Mathew Ch. 24 Particularly starting with verse 9, since some of you might feel like quitting. We are at the very end of times.

Continue reading ‘Ps Daniel’s message on SSM and God’s warning dreams’

Dear Family and Friends in Christ,

Praise be to God for what He did on this amazing tour of Israel. The CTFM team, comprising of more than 50 mighty prayer warriors, Worshipped and Praised God and carried out many very important Prayer assignments as led by the Holy Spirit.

CTFM Team at War Memorial in Beersheba, Israel

CTFM Team at War Memorial in Beersheba, Israel

We returned home back to base in Australia last week, with many wonderful stories of what God had done right throughout this trip.

I thank God for giving me the opportunity, to lead such a great team from across Australia, on this very special mission commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Light-horse Victory in Beersheba.

I am unable to recap everything that happened on this tour, but will try my best to give you the highlights of the tour.

At the Melbourne Airport at the departure gates the team sang ‘He is Lord’ and prayed over the gateway, and then soon after departure, up in the air started interceding for Australia.

As we approached Istanbul over Turkey on transit to Tele-Aviv in Israel; I had a prompting from the Holy Spirit to pray that the Ottoman Turk Empire will never raise its head again, that Islam will not be exported out of Turkey, and also for the Salvation of Muslims.

Upon boarding the aircraft, I got permission from the cabin manager to pray over Turkey and the Middle East. Some of the team went to the back of the plane, stretched out our hands and worshipped the Lord and prayed.

Pastor Daniel and Wife in the City of Jerusalem

Pastor Daniel and Wife in the City of Jerusalem

Attending the morning service celebrating the 100th anniversary of the light-horse charge on Beersheba and the victory was one of the main high lights of this trip.

Just to see around 3000 fellow Aussie’s, our PM Malcolm Turnbull and Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu at the service was so touching and brought so much joy.

Then to see around 120 Aussie troopers on horseback do the re-enactment was just amazing.

At this place I had the opportunity to anoint the team with oil and prophetically declare a Light-horse brigade for Jesus.  To liberate Australia and the nations in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. It was just amazing.

It was brought to our attention 11 would be suicide bombers, who were coming through a tunnel in Gaza were killed by Israeli forces. Thank God for His protection.

Continue reading ‘CTFM Israel Tour Report Oct/Nov 2017/ God’s Supernatural Hand At Work – by Ps Daniel Nalliah’



WASHINGTON, D.C., September 8, 2017  (LifeSiteNews) – In a move that LGBT proponents are calling “shocking,” President  Trump’s Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of the Colorado baker who was found to have violated the state’s anti-discrimination act for declining to bake a cake to celebrate a “gay wedding.”

In 2012, a gay couple visited the Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, seeking to commission the creation of a cake for their gay wedding. Owner Jack Phillips declined to make the cake because same-sex “marriage” stands in opposition to his religious beliefs. The two men were not seeking to buy an off-the-shelf product; they wanted Phillips to use his talent to create a unique product – a work of art.

Phillips directed the two men to other shops that could provide such a service for them, which they eventually did. But the angered men later engaged the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to bring a punitive case against Phillips and his business that would compel him to act against his conscience.

Contrary to many news headlines and stories about the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, this issue isn’t about refusing to sell a product to gay customers. It’s about whether or not a state government has the right to compel an artist, under penalty of law, to use his artistry in way that violates his conscience.

In order not to be in violation of the law, Phillips has ceased his custom wedding cake services and has had to release six of his 10 employees.

DOJ’s pro-religious liberty defense of Jack Phillips & Masterpiece Cakeshop

From the outset of the new administration, the Trump White House and the DOJ have pledged to uphold religious liberty.

“Forcing Phillips to create expression for and participate in a ceremony that violates his sincerely held religious beliefs invades his First Amendment rights,” wrote Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey B. Wall, one of the authors of the Supreme Court brief.  “Weddings are sacred rites in the religious realm and profoundly symbolic ceremonies in the secular one.”

The brief, addressed to the nine Supreme Court justices, reminds them that even the majority opinion in the Obergfell case, which legalized same-sex “marriage” across the country, emphasized upholding First Amendment protections for religious objectors:

“[T]he Court has recognized that opposition to same-sex marriage ‘long has been held — and continues to be held — in good faith by reasonable and sincere people,’ and that “[m]any who deem same-sex marriage to be wrong reach that conclusion based on decent and honorable religious or philosophical premises.”

The brief goes on to point out an important irony of the case: “Indeed, when Phillips declined to create a custom wedding cake for Craig and Mullins [the gay couple seeking to commission a wedding cake] in July 2012, Colorado refused to recognize either same-sex marriages or same-sex civil unions … In other words, the State itself did not acknowledge the validity of the union it sought to compel petitioners to celebrate. It was not until October 2014, after federal courts had ruled that Colorado’s same-sex marriage laws were invalid, that the State began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.”

The brief reflects statements made by Attorney General Jeff Sessions at an Alliance Defending Freedom conference in California in July: “The federal government will actively find ways to accommodate people of all faiths. The protections enshrined in the Constitution and our laws protect all Americans, including when we work together, speak in the public square, and when we interact with our government. We don’t waive our constitutional rights when we participate fully in public life and civic society.”

The Trump administration: moving forward, protecting religious liberty

Recently, the Trump White House has sought to prevent transgendered persons from serving in the military, undoing Obama-era pro-transgender military service policies.

The administration, working through the Department of Education, has also eliminated Obama-era guidance on accommodating transgender students.

Pro-LGBT activists and organizations are unhappy with these moves perceived to be “anti-gay.”

“This Justice Department has already made its hostility to the rights of LGBT people and so many others crystal clear … But this brief was shocking,” said Louise Melling, deputy legal director for the ACLU.

Members of Congress also file a brief in support of Masterpiece Cakeshop

In addition to the DOJ, at least 86 members of Congress have filed their own amicus (friend of the court) brief in support of Jack Phillips and Masterpiece Cakeshop.

At a Capitol Hill press conference Thursday, Senator Mike Lee, R-Utah, a respected legal mind in his own right who clerked for Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, said, “This is a compelled-speech case. The Supreme Court has said that the First Amendment, in addition to doing all the things that it does, prohibits the government from requiring individuals from making a particular statement with which they disagree. The government cannot force you to speak where you would choose to remain silent.”

Creating a cake — or any type of creative artistry — is a form of speech, which should be protected under the First Amendment.

Senator Lee pointed out, “This isn’t a case where someone refused to sell a pre-made good to someone else, based on their sexuality or their orientation. It is instead one in which the couple at issue requested the cake baker make a specialty cake, not a pre-ordered, pre-made, pre-designed sort of thing. But [they were] asking the baker to use the baker’s talents and specialty to craft a cake carrying a message with which the baker disagrees. So these cases are different than cases involving public accommodations.”

Religious believers are not bigots to be purged from the public square

“Marriage laws should not treat religious believers as bigots to be purged from the public square,” noted Ryan T. Anderson and Leslie Ford as same-sex “marriage” cases challenging religious liberty were beginning to fill court dockets. “Under the newer laws, family businesses — especially photographers, bakers, florists, and others involved in the wedding industry — have been hauled into court because they declined to provide services for a same-sex ceremony that they viewed as a violation of their religious beliefs.”

“Yes, Americans must be free to live and love how they choose, but we should not use government to penalize those who think and act differently,” continued Anderson and Ford. “Protecting religious liberty and the rights of conscience does not infringe on anyone’s sexual freedoms. All Americans should remain free in the public square to act in accordance with their beliefs about marriage without fear of government penalty.”

Reverence in Beersheba


A morning bright & warm.
An assembly proud, eager though deeply reverent.
A fitting tribute to our eight hundred fearless warriors, our ANZAC Lighthorsemen who precisely a century ago laid down their lives, charged into inconceivable uncertainty and legend of history.
A pilgrimage of sorts, in awe of the war cry and relentless charge to recapture a key stronghold of the occupied forces, the Ottoman Turks, on dry & arid ground where water and will determined it’s champion.

“More than 50 girls in New South Wales were trafficked into forced marriages to older men, with some ‘brides’ being as young as nine years old.

These girls are children in need of protection, but the “Islamophobia” ploy has become yet another weapon to terrorize infidels into immobility. The West in effect is being turned into a two-tier system: one law for Westerners and another for Muslims.

A Christian man in Pakistan was sentenced to death for blasphemy after he sent a WhatsApp message to a friend that insulted Islam, his lawyer said on Friday. Nadeem James Masih was charged in July after his friend Yasir Bashir told the police that he sent him a poem on the messaging service that was insulting to Islam.

Following the incident, Masih fled from his home in Sara-e-Alamgir town in Punjab province to escape an angry mob that had gathered there, but later surrendered to the police. His trial continued for more than a year at the Gujrat Jail, about 200 kilometres from the provincial capital Lahore.

Besides the death sentence, Masih has been fined Rs 300,000, a court official told PTI. Masih’s lawyer Anjum Wakeel said his client was ‘innocent’. “My client will appeal in the Lahore High Court as he has been framed for having an affair with a Muslim girl.”

Wakeel said the case against Masih was heard inside the prison due to security reasons. A police official said the family of Masih had been taken into protective custody and moved to an undisclosed but safer location.

Pakistan, a Muslim-majority state, has a population of nearly two million Christians. The minority community has previously been targeted by hardline religious groups and militants for blasphemy in Pakistan. In 2015, a Christian couple was burned in a brick kiln for desecrating the Quran.

Two years before that, a mob had burnt down nearly 125 homes of Christians in Lahore for alleged blasphemy by a Christian man. The controversial blasphemy laws were introduced by former military ruler Zia-ul Haq in the 1980s and anyone charged under them becomes an easy target for extremists.

Civil rights groups argue that some Muslims use the laws to settle personal disputes with the minorities.

Former Punjab governor and liberal politician Salman Taseer was gunned down by his bodyguard, Mumtaz Qadri, in January 2011 in Islamabad when he spoke about the need to review the blasphemy laws. Qadri was hanged to death last year.


Christian man sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan: Lawyer

Deep in prayer

President Trump in “Deep Prayer” with His Cabinet during Hurricane Irma Meeting Joseph Lawler (Sep 11, 2017)

President Trump and members of his Cabinet bowed their heads in prayer as they met at Camp David in Maryland before the president offered words of support for those impacted and still threatened by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma…

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Stop pretending

Western politicians should stop pretending that extremism and terrorism have nothing to do with Islam. There is a clear relationship between fundamentalism, terrorism, and the basic assumptions of Islamic orthodoxy. So long as we lack consensus regarding this matter, we cannot gain victory over fundamentalist violence within Islam. This is a vitally important statement by Yahya [.]

Claiming back the rainbow

Should we just stand by and say nothing as we see God’s Rainbow vandalized? We have had 7 colours in the Rainbow for thousands of years, who gave the LGBT permission to change the rainbow? And why should we conform to all these fake rainbows decorating our cities? Lets take a stand! Expel the imposters and claim back Gods 7 coloured Rainbow, after all he gave it to us.












Dear Family and Friends in Christ,

Pastor Daniel celebrates his 53rd birthday on the 20th October. Below is a brief birthday message to our much loved ‘Pastor Danny’ from Team CTFM & RUAP. Please keep our Pastor and his family in your prayers.


Born 20th October 1964, Rev Dr Daniel Nalliah celebrates his 53rd birthday. A life of service, hard work, sacrifice, challenges and victories, particularly in the halls of power and the courts of law, in Australia and abroad. Music preaching, prayer & worship, family, friends, the community, and so much more has enriched his 53 years. At the age of 33 years, Pastor Daniel stepped out in faith with his wife Maryse and young family, into full time ministry; so 53years marks 20 years of continuous service for God and Country.

As Psalm 27 states: “The Lord is my light and my salvation- whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life- of whom shall I be afraid?”

This scripture depicts the fearlessness Pastor Daniel continuously exhibits through a life of worship and obedience to God. The many comments about Pastor Daniel over the years have included: A fathering heart for people, a humble man, a quick forgiver, a fierce protector, a generous nature, thoughtful and caring, one of the most patriotic Australians, full of faith and love.

Perhaps one of Pastor Daniel’s greatest achievements is as a devoted husband and father to his three children.


Wishing you many more years to come! Happy 53rd Birthday Pastor Daniel Nalliah.

With Love from Team CTFM & RUAP

PS. This week the Lord has given 7 amazing prophetic Assignments to Ps Daniel to carry out in Israel this month. He will be preaching on the significance of these assignments this Sunday morning at CTFM at the 10am service.

Watch the live webcast on CTFM Website starting 11am.


We will be streaming our Sunday morning service from 11.00 am (Melbourne)

A comment from a viewer

Dear Danny
I thought it was also a sign for God when he saw the rainbow colours he would remember his covenant with man and be gracious and not destroy them.

I liked that Idea.
God bless Donna

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