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Patricia King – 2010: Be Fruitful, Bear Many Children

Patricia King - 2010: Be Fruitful, Bear Many Children

patricia kingPatricia King:   2010: Be Fruitful and Multiply

[DTW notes in green]

I always understood that in the Lord we were destined for increase, but it never dawned on me until recent years that we were destined for multiplication—not just addition. The Lord challenged me in prayer one day to expect multiplication in fruitfulness. The lowest level of multiplication is double. Image yourself doubled in fruitfulness right now. What does that look like to you?

[DTW note:  Oh my word, I think you and T. D. Jakes need to get together when you do next years prophecies because T. D. Jakes said that 20 is 10 carried into double portion (see article here: T. D.  Jakes – 20 is 10 Carried Into a Double Dimension).   Now Patrica you are saying that it’s actually multiplication not just addition.   But wait you say that the lowest level of multiplication is double.  So we are back to TD Jakes formula – Ahhh you two did get together didn’t you ;) ]

In Genesis 1:28, the Lord blessed humankind and made the following command: “Be fruitful and multiply.” You have the Word of the Lord over your life to be fruitful and to multiply in that fruitfulness. When you agree to come into this blessing, you are actually obeying God’s commanded purpose for your life.

[DTW note:   Right let’s go look at:

Genesis 1:27-28   27God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. 28God blessed them; and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it;”  

I’ve got some shocking news for you Patricia but when God said, “Be fruitful and multiply” he meant for man to have lots and lots of kids to fill the earth and subdue it.”   Now going back to what you said above;  “Image yourself doubled in fruitfulness right now. What does that look like to you?”   Well it does not look good at all, I don’t need more children in my life, but thanks for the offer never the less.]

In Deuteronomy 1:11  11 Moses prayed for the people of Israel to increase a thousand times more than they were. I think “a thousand times” increase of God’s goodness in life is a wonderful thought to ponder and embrace.

[DTW note:    

Deuteronomy 1:8      8‘See, I have placed the land before you; go in and possess the land which the LORD swore to give to your fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to them and their descendants after them.’

Deuteronomy 1:10-11    10‘The LORD your God has multiplied you, and behold, you are this day like the stars of heaven in number. 11‘May the LORD, the God of your fathers, increase you a thousand-fold more than you are and bless you, just as He has promised you!

Ok, so the situation is as follows, God gave Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob wonderful land to go in and possess. God sees that their number (the descendants that is) equates to the number of stars in heaven, but promises them that they will be blessed a thousand fold more.

Lowers volume on microphone, and speaks softly, almost a whisper (like the commentators at golf tournaments):  Patricia still thinks this thousand fold blessing revolves around money. Should we tell her that this does not involve money, but having many many off spring? ]

The Lord showed me some “keys to fruitfulness” which I share below: Abiding, Pruning, and Sowing and Reaping.

Abiding

Jesus taught us the keys for living in this level of blessing and multiplication—abiding, pruning, and sowing and reaping. Our fruitfulness comes through abiding in Him (see John 15:1-8). When we are born again, Christ’s Spirit comes inside us and makes us a brand new creation. We also come inside of Him. We are “in Christ” when we are born again. He abides in us and we abide in Him.  [Emphasis added]

[DTW note:  Whooaaaa stop right there.  We do NOT enter into Jesus Christ, or “come inside of Him” this is New Age teaching.

What does it mean to ABIDE IN CHRIST?

To “abide” means to continue, live or remain.  So to abide in Christ means to live in Him, continue in Him or remain in Him.  When a person is genuinely saved, the bible describes them as being “in Christ” (Romans 8:1; 2 Corinthians 5:17),  held secure in a permanent relationship by the Holy Spirit (John 10:28-29).   Abiding in Christ is not some level of Christian experience you need to achieve that is only available to some.  Abiding in Christ and not abiding in Him is the difference between being saved and unsaved.

You can experience and activate the abiding presence of Jesus by intentionally acknowledging Him in your devotion times. You empower what you focus on. If you focus on Christ’s presence within, then you will empower His life in you. You cannot bear fruit on your own. Your fruitfulness as a branch comes from abiding in the vine. Jesus is the vine. His life flows into you like sap does in a tree or like blood does in the circulation system of the body. He is your life!

[DTW note: Ok this is satanic second to none.  So you activate Jesus within you, you empower His life in you?  Like His blood circulates your blood stream?    What you are actually preaching in New Age contemplative spirituality, where you need to look within yourself to find Christ.  However the bible tells us that we need to look for Jesus Christ outside of ourselves.  See article on Contemplative Spirituality: The Throne of Satan     

I like to take time in my devotions to acknowledge Jesus. I simply close my eyes and thank Him for all He is to me. I make decrees of truth like, “Jesus, I am in You. You are my life. You are my strength. You are my health and my vitality. You are my wisdom and my sanctification. You are my righteousness and my provision, etc.”

[DTW note:   Patricia is practicing occult meditation]

After meditating on Christ’s life within me for five minutes or so, I begin to feel the empowerment of His presence. I then enter into deeper fellowship with Him. I share my heart and my needs. I wait on Him and listen for Him to speak. I listen for Him to share His heart and desires. I make inquiry of Him and journal what I believe He is speaking to my heart.

[DTW note:  Patricia has her occult meditation down to a fine art it would seem, but then that should not surprise us considering Patricia was a Spiritualist before she was ‘saved’.]

Jesus promised in John 15:7   that if I abide in Him and His words (the words I receive in His presence) abide in me, then I can ask what I wish (according to what He has spoken) and it shall be done for me. This is how fruit is created. Fruitfulness and increase are birthed out of abiding in Christ.

[DTW note:  Pfffeewww thankfully this fruitfulness won’t come to pass because Patricia King follows after a false Christ, not the Jesus Christ that is mentioned in the World of God – how do we know?  Well first of all she abuses scripture, and she practices witchcraft.]

Pruning

Increase also comes through pruning seasons in our life. Jesus said that every branch in Him that bears fruit, He prunes it so that it may bear more fruit (see John 15:2). It is good to invite the Lord to prune us when needed in order to bear more fruit. Pruning often deals with alignments to His purposes for a particular season. He calls for fresh consecration, and sometimes downsizing and streamlining. We downsize and streamline not out of fear but in faith and obedience, knowing that the pruning does not decrease us in fruitfulness, but ultimately brings great increase and oftentimes invites us to engage in new assignments.

[DTW note:  The Bible also says the people who practice witchcraft need to repent of their sinful ways, otherwise  John 15: 6   6“If anyone does not abide in Me, he is thrown away as a branch and dries up; and they gather them, and cast them into the fire and they are burned.

When one is abiding in Jesus Christ, there is evidence of your salvation.  The evidence that one is truly saved and not just professing to be a Christian:   These include obedience to Jesus’ commandments  (John 15:10; 1 John 3:24); living an habitual sin free life (1 John 3:6);  following Jesus’ example (1 John 2:6);  and the awareness of the Holy Spirit within your life. (1 John 4:13).]

We had a tree in front of our ministry center that my husband, Ron, would prune once every year. I drove up to the center one day shocked to find that the tree had been pruned down to a mere stump with a few fully pruned branches sticking out of it. I was horrified and absolutely convinced that he had killed the tree. The tree was pathetic looking. It was over-pruned…or so I thought. Ron tried to convince me that it would be fine, but I struggled to believe his confident report. How could it possibly grow back when it had been pruned to a mere stump? Sure enough though, in a few months, the tree grew back in fullness. The foliage was rich and luscious—absolutely stunning—and many remarked on its beauty.

[DTW note:  Love the story about the tree.  Love the way you mention ‘center’ twice.  The Tree in the centre.  The Tree of Life at the centre of the Cosmos.  The god within you, the centre of your being.  The centre can also be referred to the the heart or the eye of ‘something’  i.e., the heart of the matter, or the eye of storm.

Just as a matter of interest I spell centre the British way.  It can be center of centre.]

Sowing and Reaping

Another key to fruitfulness is found in the sowing and reaping law of the Kingdom. In Genesis 8:22, God makes a perpetual promise to humankind. He said, “While the earth remains, seedtime and harvest…shall not cease.” Well, the earth still remains. That means that there is a time to sow seed and a time to reap a corresponding harvest.

Jesus taught about sowing and reaping in Mark 4, and emphasized the type of soil you sow into. If you sow a seed into good and worthy ground, it will grow and multiply. The fruit is always more than the seed, and within the fruit are many more seeds. If you plant one bean seed, you will reap a bean plant that has many beans on it. You always reap more than you sow. If you then took one of the beans on that plant and sowed the seeds that were in it, you would reap many more bean plants the next season.

When you sow sparingly, you will reap sparingly and when you sow bountifully, you reap bountifully (see 2 Corinthians 9:6). If you desire fruitfulness and multiplication to be activated in your life, you need to give the Lord something to work with. You need to sow seed according to what you desire to harvest. If you desire an increase of friends, then sow friendship. If you desire to increase in healing anointing, then go sow healing prayer and ministry into the sick. If you desire to reap a bountiful harvest of finances, then sow financial seed into good Kingdom soil.

Isaac sowed in a time of famine, and he reaped a hundredfold in that very year (see Genesis 26:12). No matter what is happening in the world around us, we can sow into the good ground of His faithful promises and reap abundantly. We do not live by the world’s systems or ways. We live in the Kingdom.

The Multiplication Factor

If the Word says we are to multiply, then we will. We can appropriate every promise of the Lord by faith. If you want to multiply, then receive multiplication by faith. Expect multiplication. Your seed and your fruit will multiply.

Are your seed and fruit bad, good, or mixed? It is important to purge your life from anything that is not in line with God’s Kingdom values. For example, if you were given over to the sin of gossip, you would want to pray for a crop failure and not multiplication. It is vital in these days to live with clean hands and a pure heart. Repent from all sin. Allow the conviction of the Spirit to minister deeply into your heart. Sow good, holy seeds and produce good, holy fruit.

[DTW Note:   “For example, if you were given over to the sin of gossip, you would want to pray for a crop failure and not multiplication.”   Oh, I think Rick Warren needs to have a word with you on that comment.  He had a crop failure recently where he needed to beg the public for $900,000.  (See article here:  Rick Warren – Gets $2.4m in Donations ).  And Ray McCauley from Rhema Church in South Africa had to beg friends at his recent birthday party for money due to being in serious financial debt.  (See article here:  Help Bail Ray McCauley out of Debt!)

But this comment of yours goes way deeper than that.  It goes beyond what Word of Faith preaches; that if you are down and out, sick, dying, etc, you lack faith in God.  You have taken this one step further and are stating that suffering is a way of God purging you from your sin.  It’s a way of God letting you know that your hands are not clean and your heart is not pure.  Only when one repents will they prosper, otherwise we will continue in failure.  And of course failure as per your entire article (lack of wealth due to lack of faith) does not get you into the Kingdom of Heaven.]

You are called to be fruitful and multiply. This is the truth! You will not decrease in this hour. You will increase in every good thing if you sow holy seed and remain in faith. Stay focused!

A Word From the Heart of Jesus For You—
Be Fruitful and Multiply!

[DTW Note:  We should be so privileged to hear from her god; who can’t tell the difference between money and children.  That’s a big warning sign people.]

“This is both a sowing season and a reaping season for you. You will reap what you sowed in days gone by, and you will sow into the days to come. My promises are true and if you believe My word with unhindered faith and allow My word to be seeded in your heart, you will surely be fruitful and multiply. You will see the manifestation of My goodness and it will be much greater than anything you can imagine.

“Fill your heart and mind with My promises. Meditate on My promises day and night. Sow the Word of My promises through decrees made in faith. You will reap abundantly what you sow.

[DTW note:  Empty promises that is.  Which means her god will empty your mind and heart and fill it with nothing.  And if you follow after this false Christ you will most definitely reap what you sow.]

“You are called to fruitfulness in all things. When you abide in Me, you will experience fruitful life. You will not encounter dry seasons, for your roots are planted by rivers of living water. There is no such thing as a dry season in Heaven. There is no such thing as an unfruitful season in Heaven. Every month the trees bear their fruit in My glory realm. Even so, you will bear fruit continually as you abide in Me.

Even as I prune your life, you will still bear fruit. I take My pruning shears to your branches and remove anything that would hinder continued growth. You will then experience accelerated fruitfulness in My goodness.

[DTW note:  DO NOT let Patricia’s god come anywhere near you with pruning shears.  It can’t tell the difference between money and children.  There is a good change it will cut your arms off because it mistook them for being branches.]

Trust Me in all things right now. In the world there is tribulation, but be of good cheer for I have overcome the world. Many will suffer the loss of all things. But for you who trust Me with all your heart, even what might look like a loss will turn into unexpected blessing and increase.

[DTW note:   “Many will suffer the loss of all things”? Well that’s a bit of a contradiction because that is ‘subtraction’ and what is most commonly called bankruptcy.  Last year Patricia said her god was multiplying, adding, doubling, tripling and folding stuff too.  But it appears her god spoke too soon.  Now he speaks again, this time adding (no pun intended) what he forgot to mention last year.]

“You will be fruitful in everything you put your hands to as you abide in Me. You will multiply in every good thing as you obey Me. You were created for this purpose. Be fruitful and multiply!

[DTW note:   Do go out and have kids everyone.  Of course you need to be married, so run along now, what are you waiting for – double portions await.  Hold on, does that mean ‘twins’?  Ok stop, stay where you are, do not move.  Twins are another story all together lol.]

Patricia King
Extreme Prophetic Ministries

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5 comments to Patricia King – 2010: Be Fruitful, Bear Many Children

  • Her article is all about ME, MYSELF and I!!!! John 3:30 ‘He must increase, but I must decrease.’ As easy as that. It’s not about ME and what I can get after all. It’s about God and His Kingdom. This pruning is something so much deeper that God does for us, tacking away everything that does not look like His Son Jesus. He shows us small things like unfriendliness, gossiping or even watching movies that will not bring glory to His Name. God shows us our hearts through His Word, we must study it!! Then we lay these things down, repent, and that is growth. Becoming more like our Savior, Jesus. Then we can be powerful witnesses, and our lives glorify His name…. Again it’s about God and His Glory. NOT ABOUT ME!

  • Drew

    Informative article.

    Just out of interest, is it possible for you to provide links to the source material you use for your articles, as this would be very helpful.

    God Bless. Drew (Gold Coast, Australia)

  • Deborah (Discerning the World)

    Drew

    Oh gosh, sorry I always do, but forgot this time. Will fix it.

  • Michellé

    This lady is unbelievable. She must be smoking something!

    Does she not realise that we were placed on this earth to glorify God, not the other way around! And to think she has a huge following…of people calling themselves Christians.

    For false christs and false prophets will rise and show great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect.” Matthew 24:24 (NKJV)

    May we hold steadfast to Christ and humble ourselves before Him in order to stay in the Truth.

  • Deborah (Discerning the World)

    Drew

    Not only did I not post the link. I actually posted an incomplete article. The one with not all my notes. So there is now more. Oh my… what’s that saying “if you can read you have a future” eeeehehe.

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