Dear family & friends in Christ,

1) We thank and praise God for His mighty presence at every single meeting over the weekend as Pr Daniel spoke at six meetings in two days in Kingaroy & Dalby (QLD), including several churches and public RUAP meetings.

The presence of God fell so powerfully at the church services as many were mightily touched by the powerful presence of God.

As the vision of RUAP was shared, the people shouted for joy.

The Rise Up Australia Party public meetings went very well in both locations as many people were greatly impacted by our National President Daniel Nalliah’s speech on Multiculturalism and how to Keep Australia Australian.

We were so thrilled to see many at the meetings taking membership forms, and some filled them up right there. Others offered to help and a couple of people indicated that they were willing to stand as candidates.

RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah also met with one of the local Indigenous leaders who welcomed him to share about RUAP with his community and stated, “You have brought hope for all of us.”

You may click the following links to read newspaper articles which appeared today in Kingaroy regarding the RUAP meetings.

2) For those of you in the Melbourne area, we encourage you to join the monthly Rise Up Australia prayer meeting 7:30pm this Friday 1st March, open to the wider Body of Christ for National Spiritual Revival, Reformation and Transformation.

3) Also for those of you in the Melbourne area, we’re pleased to announce that Evangelist Milton Story from Anchor of Salvation International Ministries will be ministering in Holy Spirit miracle healing revival meetings at CTFM at 23 Melverton Dr in Hallam (Melbourne) at our Sunday worship services at 9:30am & 6:30pm on 3rd March.

Milton Alvarez has a heart for the nations, and is recognized as an ordained minister, evangelist, teacher, revivalist etc. He has been characterized as “radical and full of God’s anointing.”

Click the following link to watch more about his amazing testimony and ministry.

9 Responses to “Great meetings in Dalby & Kingaroy, QLD with local news on RUAP”

  1. 1 Ms Grills

    Hi: would you please pass this email on to Daniel as I would like him to read Scott Morrison’s reply to me and hopefully have time to listen to his speeches, as listed below.

    This reply came after I had sent Scott the link to Danny’ s speech on “Multiculturalism”, following Scott’s reference to “multiculturalism” in his Australia Day address.

    This man is a committed Christian and I am liking more and more of what I see in him.

    Heh Danny………..just for the record, I believe he will be PM one day. A REAL statesman.

    Kind regards, Ms Grills

    Dear Ms Grills,

    Thank you for your recent email to Mr Morrison regarding multiculturalism.

    Please be assured Mr Morrison has carefully noted your comments and kind words. He has asked me to respond on his behalf I regret the delay in replying.

    Further to your comments, Mr Morrison believes firmly there is one law in Australia for everyone, regardless of culture or religion. For your interest, I have attached the links to three major speeches Mr Morrison has given on these issues;

    The Importance of being us, Sydney Institute October 2010

    Our Nation, Address to the 2011 Federation of Ethnic Community Councils of Australia Conference

    Building a great nation of citizens, Address to the Wentworth Forum 2012

    In these speeches, Mr Morrison argues that not only must we protect our borders, we must protect the borders of our values. There are many values we embrace as a nation work, trust, respect, tolerance, virtue, fairness, mateship, equality as well as more formal values such as liberty, democracy and the rule of law.

    We know what they are, we know when they have been honoured and we know when they have been violated. If one objects to upholding these values or having such values imposed upon them as a condition of citizenship, then we really should be concerned.

    Our values as a nation are important as they define the liberties we enjoy and the degree of license for such liberties. Liberalism accepts that without such protection, all liberty is threatened. These values must frame the civic and social institutions that protect our liberties and provide the foundation for social harmony.

    Thank you for your support and for taking the time to write to Mr Morrison on these important matters.

    Yours sincerely,

    Elizabeth Pearson
    Office of Scott Morrison MP
    Shadow Minister for Productivity and Population
    Shadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship
    Federal Member for Cook

  2. 2 Theresa

    Hi there,

    It is so refreshing to hear other Spirit-filled brothers and sisters saying they are getting the same messages from God that I am getting. I was frantic a few months back praying and wondering if I or my husband should start a political party for this very reason; I felt the spirit telling me then that he already had someone taking care of it which left me with a joyful peace but have remained proactive in Jesus.

    You have my support (I’m so excited).

    Anyway; I was wanting to know if there is a prayer meeting that meets near us here at Sth St Marys NSW 2760?

    Please let me know.
    God Bless

  3. 3 Graeme

    Hi Daniel, I watched the Sunrise interview with David Koch and noted that Koch (with some sarcasm) was going to “double check” on the validity of your statement that the Islamic Federation of Australia had twice called for sharia law in Australia! Well I have and it is true. Will David Koch now publicly acknowledge that your statement was correct?

    Ps if a Government is going to import on mass a culture and religion that has nothing in comparison with the host nation isn’t it our duty to find out why?


  4. 4 Tom and Rani

    Dear Pastor Daniel Nalliah,

    Greetings in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

    We liked your ministry and your vision for this nation. My name is Tom and my wife Rani, resides in Minto, NSW and we have 3 kids. It was my wife who had called you today. We are called with a vision and a mission that is ‘Prepare the way’ to extend His Kingdom, His Glory and His power over the nation. We preach what Lord Jesus Christ preached and mainly we preach in the street. We regularly praying for this nation and for a righteous government. We are very happy to see people like you. We believe we will meet one day soon. Also mail us your contact number if possible.

    Yours in His Kingdom,

    Tom and Rani

  5. 5 Cheryl

    Hi there,
    Can you please let us know when Pastor Daniel is in Brisbane next time. Pastor Daniel used to minister at a certain church but with a change in leadership a couple of years ago he no longer is invited sadly. We have a 15yr old grand daughter who keeps overdosing – doesn’t want to be here – extreme depression – doctors can’t find out why nearly lost her last week but for God and His mighty hand of healing and intervention. Please can your team pray – Georgia is her name – I want to take her to Pastor Daniel when next in Brisbane and if she’s allowed out of hospital long enough.

    Thank you so much
    God Bless you

  6. 6 Cheryl

    Thank you so much. The prayers of the Body of Christ and God’s amazing intervention saved her life last week – so I thank you for joining us in prayer to our mighty God.

    God Bless you

  7. 7 Maree

    Hi Daniel,

    You are doing an amazing job for the Lord Jesus Christ…

    The people are sounding like they are really supporting the party, tired of the no show Government we got.:)

    We need to get moving in NSW

    Many Blessings


  8. 8 Timothy

    Dear Pastor Daniel,

    As discussed with my conversation over the phone, I wish to forward to give to you my study on godly government.

    Yours in Christ,


    A Godly Basis for government

    Joel 2:17, 18: Let the priests, the ministers of the LORD, weep between the porch and the altar, and let them say, Spare thy people, O LORD, and give not thine heritage to reproach, that the heathen should rule over them: wherefore should they say among the people, Where is their God? Then will the LORD be jealous for his land, and pity his people.

    Exodus 18:15-27: [ 15] And Moses said unto his father in law, Because the people come unto me to inquire of God:
    [ 16] When they have a matter, they come unto me; and I judge between one and another, and I do make them know the statutes of God, and his laws.
    [ 17] And Moses’ father in law said unto him, The thing that thou doest is not good.
    [ 18] Thou wilt surely wear away, both thou, and this people that is with thee: for this thing is too heavy for thee; thou art not able to perform it thyself alone.
    [ 19] Hearken now unto my voice, I will give thee counsel, and God shall be with thee: Be thou for the people to Godward, that thou mayest bring the causes unto God:
    [ 20] And thou shalt teach them ordinances and laws, and shalt shew them the way wherein they must walk, and the work that they must do.
    [ 21] Moreover thou shalt provide out of all the people able men, such as fear God, men of truth, hating covetousness; and place such over them, to be rulers of thousands, and rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens:
    [ 22] And let them judge the people at all seasons: and it shall be, that every great matter they shall bring unto thee, but every small matter they shall judge: so shall it be easier for thyself, and they shall bear the burden with thee.
    [ 23] If thou shalt do this thing, and God command thee so, then thou shalt be able to endure, and all this people shall also go to their place in peace.
    [ 24] So Moses hearkened to the voice of his father in law, and did all that he had said.
    [ 25] And Moses chose able men out of all Israel, and made them heads over the people, rulers of thousands, rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens.
    [ 26] And they judged the people at all seasons: the hard causes they brought unto Moses, but every small matter they judged themselves.
    [ 27] And Moses let his father in law depart; and he went his way into his own land.

    The reason why godly government is needed in order to have a blessed land is found in these verses. In the first lot of verses in Joel, we discover both clear benefits and warnings. These are:

    1. For God to spare His people from evil that may befall a nation.

    2. So that the heathen (unbelievers) will not rule over the godly or else if they do, they will mock the godly by saying: “Where is their God?”

    3. Where there is godly rule, then will God be jealous (come to the defence) for His people and thus pity them.

    So much for so-called “separation of church and state”! Secularism is a curse on any land, especially any land that has the blessing and privilege of a Judeo-Christian heritage. Elsewhere in the Holy Scripture, we are given directions on the rule for leadership, not just in the church but also in terms of leading the nation. Moses, who was not just a prophet, but also the leader of the people of Israel, was given very wise counsel from his father-in-law, Jethro. In Exodus 18:15-27, we learn the following:

    1. Moses could not solve all problems single-handedly lest he wear himself out and thus delegation of authority to others was necessary. Hence an argument against one-man dictatorship or one-man despotism. (v15-18)

    2. Authority is to be delegated to men who fit the following criteria:

    a) Fear God-they should be followers and believers in the true God, not secularists, atheists or heretics.

    b) Men of truth-they must not only be walking in the true God but also men who are truthful and honest in their dealings, not deceivers.

    c) Hating covetousness-they should not be greedy, avaricious men and should hate bribery or “special favours” donations or any under-handed means.

    3. The smaller matters should be handled by these men, all delegated in various groupings (thousands, hundreds, fifties, tens) whilst greater matters should be brought to Moses as chief ruler. Here lies the basis of various departments and also for a federal department as well. (v21-22).

    End Result: Smooth running of government with a godly basis will lead to a coherent and secure as well as peaceful society and nation. (v23-27)

    The New Testament has also stated what the expectations of God are on the ruler of a nation or kingdom. This is found in Romans 13:1-7, which states the following expectations:

    1. Be a terror to evil and evil-doers, not to the good. (v3)

    2. Reward the good as well as punishing evil and evil-doers. (v3-4)

    3. Use the sword appropriately to execute wrath on evil-doers. Thus, murderers and others are to be executed accordingly, not spared nor pandered to. The sword is God’s means of executing wrath on the wicked and to defend the widows and weak from oppression (v4) cf. (Psalm 82:3, 4; I Peter 2:13, 14)

    4. Appropriate taxes and tribute are necessary along with the honour that is due (v6-7). Cf. I Peter 2:13-17.

    One of the signs of a false teacher or a heretic is not only to deny and despise the Lord Jesus Christ but also to speak evil of government or evil of rulers to promote anarchy and chaos. (II Peter 2:10). Is it no wonder then to see that heretics like Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christadelphians, Seventh Day Adventists and others not only deny the true Lord Jesus Christ but also promote rebellion against government by either forbidding their followers to vote or by siding with leftists and anarchists?

    In short, government is an area which Christians need to be involved in to bring blessing to others and to help the spread of Truth. The Blessed Apostle St. Paul rebuked the Corinthians Church bearing in mind that believers will judge/rule the world with Christ in the millennial reign of Christ. (I Corinthians 6:2). However, it is not enough for someone to profess Christianity but more importantly to live in the fear of God and to be just (II Samuel 23:3), in order to be considered as a suitable ruler.

    On a side note, there is an excellent critique of both secularism and inconsistent thinking on the part of the Western world in having: “separation of church and state”. It comes from the former advisor to Czar Alexander III and tutor to Czar Nicholas II, Konstantin I. Pobedonostsev. His most excellent work: Reflections of a Russian Statesman discuss those matters whilst critiquing Roman Catholicism (Papism) and Protestantism on a theological level. As an Orthodox Christian, he discusses not only those theological aspects but also the need for the Church of Christ to be salt and lights to the world without taking on the world’s pollution and wickedness. Of the many things stated, he states that it is impossible in the end to separate belief in God from any state of affairs since it can only lead to total disaster and anarchy. He even cites the American example of how despite claiming to “separate church and state”, it maintains the Bible be read in schools as well as prayers (at that period of time in history). He also cites how in England the monarch must be head of the Church of England as well as swear to defend the Christian Faith not only as leader of the Church, but also as Head of the State (nation). Whilst critiquing both America and England for their inconsistency in promoting secularization and having the aspects of the above at the same time, he made a very clear case for Christian rule, although within an Orthodox context, as necessary for the well-being of society. He points out that should society follow secular democracy, it will be no different than the children of Israel who worshipped idols instead of the True God and stated: “These are thy gods, O Israel.” (Exodus 32:4, 8).

    History proved that what Pobedonostsev had predicted to be accurate. Just as the children of Israel fell into grave idolatry and grave moral depravity due to allowing what God had forbidden along with promoting idolatry by being participants in it, so too did the secularized West do the same. The West removed God from the schools and the public arena whilst promoting all manner of false religions and abominable practices and ideas in both the media and education, not to mention in government legislation. The secularized West has not turned to the God of Scripture, Whom gave the West its blessings based on the general past godliness of her forbears, but instead has given glory to all the idols of society. How many times do we hear that the West is made great because of “democracy”, “multiculturalism”, “social equality” (really socialism), and various “political freedom of thought” and “political science” as well as the notion of “Greek and Roman philosophy” (which is really glorification of Greek and Roman paganism before they received the light of Christ), rather than acknowledging the true source of blessing? Indeed, the West is no different than the children of Israel in stating: “These be thy gods, O Israel, which brought thee out of the land of Egypt.” Like the children of Israel, we have paid dearly for it. In the past fore-gone 20 th century, there have been 2 major world wars; many ethno-racial genocides in many nations; serious increase in marriage breakdowns and divorces; many serious increases in crime and even worse, juvenile criminality on the upsurge. As if we are no better than Sodom and Gomorrah, all manner of sexual sins have either increased or been publicly promoted in virtually every area. Now in judgment, we have a threat of not just nuclear war but international terrorism. Can we honestly say that we are any better than ancient Israel and thus are reaping the consequences of wickedness as they did?

    The warning of God to any nation, especially one that has received the light of God’s Truth and blessing is clearly stated in Jeremiah 18:7-10:

    [ 7] At what instant I shall speak concerning a nation, and concerning a kingdom, to pluck up, and to pull down, and to destroy it;
    [ 8] If that nation, against whom I have pronounced, turn from their evil, I will repent of the evil that I thought to do unto them.
    [ 9] And at what instant I shall speak concerning a nation, and concerning a kingdom, to build and to plant it;
    [ 10] If it do evil in my sight, that it obey not my voice, then I will repent of the good, wherewith I said I would benefit them.

    Repentance from sin can avert national disaster and wickedness can hinder blessings from a nation.

    Let us remember II Chronicles 7:14 along with Ezekiel 22:30, which state:

    [ 14] If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

    [ 30] And I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none.

    Let us heed these warnings and blessings in these verses. We are promised in these verses that those who are called by God’s name (believers in Christ) should humble themselves and pray as well as seek the face of God and turn from wickedness, shall be heard from heaven and have their sins forgiven along with healing of the land. We are also promised that God will destroy a land in judgment if He does not find someone who can make up the hedge and stand in the gap.

    We most definitely need a godly revival as well as godly men in government to prevent serious judgment. Let us remember, that to reject the rule of Christ in our lives even in government can only mean destruction and judgment. (Luke 19:14, 27) Let us follow the directive of I Timothy 2:1-3, which urge us to pray for our rulers so that godliness and goodness will be the ordinary of everyday life rather than wickedness. Let us give God the glory and seek Him actively in our lives and government. Amen.

  9. 9 Marie

    Oh Jason, thank you so much for your reply and consideration.

    I write so many emails to people and most time I do not get a reply let alone a suggestion considered.

    Thank you again for your kindness and acknowledgement it meant so much to me today.



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