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Revival Coming To Africa/Women To Fulfill Their Apostolic and Prophetic Mantles – Sharlene Reimer

Revival Coming To Africa/Women To Fulfill Their Apostolic and Prophetic Mantles

Vision #338

January 13, 2022 8:39 AM
Sharlene Reimer

Jan 10/22 Mon evg

I was praising and worshiping Jesus in His Throne Room using my ribbons. I worshiped Keith Green: Oh Lord You’re Beautiful, Joshua Aaron: Hoshiana (is hosanna and means please save) and Gadol Elohai/How Great is Our God. I began to pray my heart in different areas. When I came to my mountain, I was standing before it and saw Moses once again. He was wearing a 3 coloured layered cloak or robe, like a king would wear in a ceremony. The colours were blue, purple and dark red with heavy white trim around the edges. I know these colours are related to the tent of meeting or tabernacle. Ex 26:1,31,36. (I give a brief explanation at the end of the write up. ) I looked to my right and saw the group of warriors gathered as if waiting for me to join them. Today I was told that the group are prophetic intercessors and are part of my sphere of influence. But I didn’t join them. This time I climbed up the mountain with Moses as the others went up the right side where we usually go. We met at the top and were all encouraged. I found my eagle and went off proclaiming Ps 91.

I found myself high above a large area of waterfalls that fell into a wide crack. The distance of the river to how much water fell was very wide. The amount of mist coming from the area appeared like smoke. I had to use google to find what I saw and discovered they are the Victoria Falls in Africa. The Victoria Falls runs along the Zambezi River and borders Zambia and Zimbabwe in southern Africa. The water was running from my left and over. Then I left that area and came to another waterfall. This time there was a single waterfall cascading down over rock producing some mist. I was standing at the bottom to the left of the waterfall and Jesus was standing on my right in an area with flat land closer to the pool. It was very pretty. After some investigating, I found a picture that matched what I saw. The waterfall is in Ghana, West Africa and named Wli (pronounced Vlee) and is also known as Agumatsa Falls meaning “Allow me to flow.”

Back at the white bench, I asked Jesus first about the Victoria Falls. Is this about Africa or an area more specific? Jesus replied, “This waterfall represents My heart for the nations of Africa. So as the water falls, so will My Word fall on them. There will be fear and trembling and they will know the fear of the Lord! They will be humbled and My glory will be revealed. There will be healing of hearts as My Spirit will be poured out. Revival is coming. My Water will cleanse them and their hearts will be whiter than snow. I will purify them. And they will be My people and I will be their only God.”

I asked about Ghana, Africa. And He said, “Do you see the water flowing? Look at the meaning of that waterfall- “Allow me to flow” My desire is that the people would allow My Living Water to flow into their hearts so that I may restore them to Me and dwell within them.”

Jesus reminded me of Ps 46:4-5 There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God, the holy place where the Most High dwells. God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day.” And also John 14:23 Jesus answered, “If anyone loves Me, he will keep My Word; My Father will love him and We will come to him and make Our dwelling place with him.”AMP

I proclaim: Let God’s Living Water flow! Flood the hearts of the people of Africa with Your love and mercy that they may be humbled, repentant and return to You. That they would walk in the fear of the Lord! That You will come to make a home within them and dwell there. May they be set free from every demonic stronghold and be fully restored with the infilling of Your Spirit. May they know and demonstrate their authority in Jesus Christ; walking in the power and anointing of the Holy Spirit with fire! Let revival come to Africa in Jesus name!

I went down the stairs and greeted my greeter group and walked over to where the others have already gathered. It opened up to see Believers dressed in brightly coloured clothing singing and dancing while praising the Lord. They were in a church building. I looked beyond them and saw a woman also dressed in brightly coloured clothes standing behind a pulpit. She wore a beautiful head covering that was like a type of hat. She was speaking powerfully as fire poured out of her mouth. People were dropping on the floor from the Holy Spirit. There were deliverances and more. The Fire of God came over the church. I understood they were Africans representing many of the Nigerian churches.

What is your message regarding this? Jesus replied, “I will clean up My church. Women will speak for Me. For too long the leadership of men have quenched the voices of My female servants. It’s time they take their places of authority and fulfill what I have declared over their lives.”

I understood that there are apostolic and prophetic mantles that have been placed on many women. They will be part of the coming revival. Leadership positions will include both men and women servants. They will work together which will bring in the harvest and give God all the glory.


Regarding Moses, it is my understanding there are 2 major things to interpret; the layers and colours of his robe and the Moses mantle. There is more we could talk about but for the sake of length, I won’t.

The first tabernacle that was used during Moses’ time in the Israelites journey to the Promised Land, was a way to make it possible for God to dwell with His people. Ex 25:8. The tent of meeting or tabernacle in Hebrew -Mishkan- means “dwelling.” The tabernacle was an earthly copy of the heavenly sanctuary. Since Jesus died as the final atonement, doing away with the sacrificial system,(Heb 8:5) His death and resurrection made it possible that God can dwell in us allowing for personal relationship with Him. (John 14:23, 1 Peter 2:5) We can “tabernacle” with God through Jesus Christ His Son. The coverings of the tabernacle were strategically and purposely layered like Moses’ cloak or robe. The coloured layers of Moses’ cloak symbolize several themes but I will give a brief explanation for each of what I have been taught: BLUE: represents God’s divinity and the heavenly realm. The dark red is SCARLET and represents sin, sacrifice, (atonement) and blood which foreshadowed Christ’s shed blood and redemptive work on the cross. Scarlet also represents earthiness. PURPLE represents royalty and kingship. As Believers, we are all royalty through Jesus Christ. WHITE represents holiness and purity. Isaiah 1:18: “Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be white as snow, though they be as crimson they will be as wool.” I would encourage you to do a study of the Tabernacle.

There is also a Moses mantle. Mantles are commissions predetermined by God that He places over Believers/servants that He has called to be used in the work of His kingdom to complete a mission. And with the commission, God also equips that person with abilities; gifts, to complete the mission. There are many different types of mantles. It is my understanding that the Moses mantle is to lead people; draw people back to the Word of God and teach them how to fear the Lord. There are leadership, intercessory and prophetic elements to this mantle. Moses was a leader/judge, a prophet, and one of the greatest intercessors ever. (he fasted 40 days on behalf of Israel so God would not destroy them Ex 34:28) He was also incredibly humble. God is raising up His servants to fill many mantles; for example: Nehemiah’s and Ezra’s- leaders to help restore brokenness, Esther’s and Mordecai’s to call for fasting and praying in time of crisis, Daniel’s to faithfully fast and intercede and Jeremiah’s- the weeping prophet- prophetic intercessor to intercede/travail on behalf of people and nations, particularly Israel. And so on. These mantles can be passed down to the next generation in a family or over another Believer as God calls. As an example, Moses passed his mantle to Joshua (Numbers 27: 18-20) or Elijah to Elisha, Paul who exhorted Timothy with laying of the hands. (1 Tim 4:14-15) It is also my understanding that the mantle stays with the mission not the person. In comparison, gifts given by God remain with the person. Sometimes a leader finishes their part in the mission and God calls them to a different assignment and the mantle is passed down to someone else of the same mission. It may not necessarily be for their entire lives but with Moses, it was.

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