The Manifest sons of God Movement started in the year 2006 in Lesotho. The founder and General overseer of the movement is Apostle-Prophet Mufaro Maposa. The Manifest Sons of God Movement brings God’s grace to all who accept it. That means that all who accept the movement are enabled to operate in the grace of the movement and in the dimension of the Manifest Sons of God.
WHAT IS A MOVEMENT?
A movement is a way in which God moves at a specific time to restore certain truths or a certain truth in His Church. God started His restoration movements in the 1500s and He is still restoring His Church to its rightful position now. We explain the restoration movements in the teaching of The Kingdom of God in our International Training Center manual. When God brings forth a restoration movement, certain truths or revelations from His word are restored to the Church and God backs those truths with manifestations from the Holy Spirit to confirm those particular truths. This movement restores the truth of the reality of Sonship with God. In other words, it restores the truth and reality of being Sons of God to the Church.
THE VISION OF THE MANIFEST SONS OF GOD MOVEMENT:
The vision of The Manifest Sons of God Movement is based on Romans 8:19 which reads like this: “The creation waits in eager expectation for the Sons of God to be revealed. For creation was subjected to frustration, not by its own choice, but by the will of the one who subjected it, in hope that the creation itself will be liberated from its bondage to decay and brought into the glorious freedom of the children of God.”
The vision is:
(1) To continue the movement that Jesus Christ started in the gospels and continued in the book of Acts. To continue from where the movement ended in the book of Acts and progress from there in its full glory and power. To win the lost at any cost and train believers to mature to the level of Sonship in Christ. Sonship is the ultimate goal of God for His Church. In other words, God wants the church to reach the full measure of Christ, meaning that saints should be matured and as perfected as Jesus Christ is (Ephesians 4:9-16)
(2) To train believers to walk in the fulness of of whom thay are in Christ and to walk as the the manifest sons and daughters of God to the highest degree. To also train believers to move in the gifts and signs and wonders and also teach them how to hear God for themselves and to be able to minister through both the written and spoken word of God and also the manifestations and gifts of the Holy Spirit for every saint is a minister in God’s kingdom.
(3) To train ministers of the gospel to move in the supernatural power of God and to move in the gifts and signs and wonders of the Holy Spirit, to not only minister through the written word(logos) but also be able to hear the spoken word of God and to minister through the gifts and supernatural manifestations of the Holy Spirit and also to walk in the fulness of their Sonship in Christ.