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Throughout the four gospels of the new testament, Jesus would tell them parables that would seem very simple and meaningless stories but in fact they contained the secrets and mysterious of the Kingdom of God. 

There are some parables that are an allegory. Allegory is a more or less symbolic fictional narrative that conveys a secondary meaning (or meanings) not explicitly set forth in the literal narrative. An allegory is like a secret hidden code within the parable.  To understand the allegory one must decipher the code.


The following movie clip of Luke 5:4-11 - is an Allegory that reveals the churches calling to partner with the Unborn Flame in preparation for the GREAT CATCH in 2023.. 

When Jesus had finished speaking, He said to Simon (Peter) "Push


Simon Peter, a seasoned fisherman, is faced with a very confronting challenge. What to do with this instruction from Jesus - “Push the boat out further into deep water, then you and your partners let down your nets for a catch [of fish].”

For Simon Peter to obey a carpenter would normally defy logic and common sense. Even more so is that at night there was a much greater prospect of a good catch. If Simon Peter could not catch anything at night, the chances of a good catch during the day were even slimmer. 

Jesus said "push" the boat out into the deep water. Even with the 3 men in the boat, if all four of them were push the boat from the foreshore and then leap into the boat, the boat at best will glide and come to a stop within 50 metres of the foreshore.

So did Jesus really mean "push"? When it comes to The Unborn Flame the answer is Yes!

The deep water of abortion is closer to home than most realise. One in four women over the age of 18 has had an abortion. Do not be surprised if a past or present church member has had or is thinking about having an abortion.

But abortion doesn't impact the Unborn Mother and Father but also their family and friends.

The deep water of abortion is not that far from the foreshore which is why Jesus said "Push".

So how does one, "push"?

The word "push" is an allegory, meaning "move" - to partner with, participate in, pray for, preach about, and social post The Unborn Flame.

the boat


The first boat mentioned in the bible is Noah's Ark. Besides the animals, the Ark was home to Noah and his family during the GREAT FLOOD. Only God's people, the church, who were in the Ark were saved from God's judgment.


In Exodus 25:10-22, a new type of Ark was built - The Ark of the Covenant which had “an atonement cover,” called the Mercy Seat. 

In Luke 5, we see Jesus, God the Son, sitting in Simon Peter's boat preaching before sending the boat out to deep water for the GREAT CATCH. As Noah was in the Ark, as God was in the Ark of the Covenant, so too is Jesus in the boat with his church, as He was with Simon Peter. For all who believe in Christ Jesus can have confidence to draw near to God. 

Upon the return of Elijah and the turning of the hearts, the Lord has need of His church (the boat) to water baptise and disciple the GREAT CATCH from the net of The Unborn Flame 


Be shepherds of God's flock that is under your care, serving as overseers—not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be; not greedy for money, but eager to serve. 1 Peter 5:2

The word "boat" is an allegory, meaning "the church" where the people (the catch) will be released into after their journey through and to their salvation of The Unborn Flame 

out further into the Deep Water


The deep water of Abortion is a dark, diabolic, and deadly body with a strong undercurrent of sin, shame, secrecy, and silence. The waves of abortion are controversial and chaotic, private and political, life and death decisions that are energised by human rights laws, religion, big pharma, media, social stigmas, relationships, career and peer pressure, and one's own sense of health, wealth, and self.

Flowing into these murky and mysterious waters of abortion are the inter-connected rivers of traumas and dramas flowing from the mountains of unresolved childhood trauma, family dysfunction, pre-existing mental health issues, lifestyle, and behavioural choices.

These waters are stirred by Pro-life groups who use vile, graphically disturbing, and necrophilia images in their crusades and campaigns that are confronting, condemning, cutting, and highly controversial. Their movement and their messages only serve to push, poke, and provoke Pro-choice groups to anger, outrage, and offense, which further damages, divides, and destroys any opportunity for healthy open discussions, decisions, and outcomes. What these two opposing groups have in common is their passion for promoting death in their messages.

Then Simon Peter, who had a sword, drew it and struck Malchus, the high priest’s servant, cutting off his right ear. "Am I leading a rebellion?” said Jesus. “Put your sword back in its place,” Jesus commanded Simon Peter, “for all who draw the sword will die by the sword. Do you think I cannot call on my Father, and he will at once put at my disposal more than twelve legions of angels?  And so Jesus touched the wounded man’s ear and healed him."

For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, nor to lead a rebellion, but to save the world through Him. The fourth path of The Unborn Flame leads to God's FREE GIFT OF SALVATION

The Unborn Flame was gifted by God not to condemn, criticised, cut, or crucified Unborn Mothers and Fathers but to save them through His Son. For we are all sinners and we all fall short of His glory. 

The Unborn Flame not only leads Unborn Mothers and Fathers to repentance and salvation but also brings hope, help, and healing through His Son.

The words "deep water" are an allegory code, meaning "Abortion" - including the practitioners, the politicians, the press, the public, the pro-life, the pro-choice, and the many inter-related personal problems. 

Then you and your partners


Simon Peter's fishing partners were James and John, the sons of Zebedee. The fishing partners of The Unborn Flame is the church of Jesus Christ!

For you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. Once you were not a people, but now you are the people of God; once you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy. 1Peter 2:9-10

The word "partners" is an allegory code, meaning "all other churches, community groups, and God fearing and faithful individuals of Jesus Christ" for The GREAT CATCH can not be hauled into just one church but will need the help of many churches .


All churches that are in partnership with our Lord Jesus Christ are invited, including but not limited to...

7 Day Adventist, African Initiated, Anglican, Apostolic, Baptist, Catholic, Chinese Patriotic Christian, 
Eastern Orthodox, Eastern Protestant, Jehovah's Witnesses, Latter Day Saint, Lutheranism, Messianic Judaism, Methodist, Non-Denominational, Oriental Orthodox, Pentecostal, Protestant, Reformed, Other.

The word "partners" is an allegory code, meaning "All churches of Jesus Christ

let down your nets


Building upon the faith and foundations established by the pioneers of abortion after-care, such as Rachel's Vineyard, Abortion Grief Australia, the Catholic church, Bishop Fulton Sheen, and many many others, the healing paths of The Unborn Flame are nothing new under the sun. The four healing paths of The Unborn Flame have been tried, tested, and testified by many for over a century, but had never been used together as one singular journey. Over time and with new technologies the original four steps have been overhauled and upgraded to give the healing journey a more interactive, user friendly experience, allowing for a faster, smarter,  stronger solution that is serious, spiritual, and will not break bringing in The GREAT CATCH..

The Unborn Flame is God's online fishing net, strong, wide, and purpose-built to catch tens of millions of Unborn Mothers and  Unborn Fathers anytime, anywhere, on any connected device.

The Unborn Flame has one sole purpose - to catch those whose hearts have been turned by the Prophet Elijah (Malachi 4:5-6) and to lead them through an into repentance and salvation, baptism and discipleship..

The Unborn Flame does not practice, preach, or participate in anything that doesn't serve it's sole purpose

The word "net" is an allegory code, meaning "The Unborn Flame

for a catch."


For every unborn child who is aborted, so is there an Unborn Mother and an Unborn Father who has also been aborted. If 40 - 50 million unborn babies are aborted every year, then every year there are 40 - 50 million Unborn Mothers and 40 - 50 million Unborn Fathers also being aborted.


God is sending the prophet Elijah who will turn the hearts of the Unborn Mothers and Fathers to their Unborn Children, and the hearts of the unborn children towards their unborn parents. The Unborn Flame is God's perfect plan and path for Unborn Mothers and Fathers of Unborn Children to make things right with God, quickly, joyfully, and conveniently before that great and dreadful day of the LORD comes.

The word "catch" is an allegory code, meaning "Unborn Mothers and Fathers"

Simon replied, “Oh Master, we worked all night long and caught nothing


Galatians 6:9 says "Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up."

The Lord understands that many of His churches have been working all day and all night long and have had the church growth or kingdom finances to bring forth God's glory.


As a generation fisherman, Simon's family and his community relied on fish for food and trade. Having no fish after a long night fishing, Simon was cleaning his nets, exhausted, embarrassed, and empty.

Simon Peter had every good reason to be sceptical, disheartened, and in disagreement after hearing Jesus invite him to push the boat out into deep water for a catch.

As an experienced fisherman with great local fishing knowledge, Simon Peter knew the fish swim in the shallow end of the Lake of Gennesaret at night, when nobody could see them. In the daytime, the fish swim over to the deep end where it was harder for the fishermen to catch them. In the bright morning light, the fish would easily see the nets, and Simon Peter will no doubt catch nothing and would have to wash his nets all over again. 

However, Jesus wasn't just making a suggestion to Simon Peter, He was inviting him! Jesus, the son of a carpenter, wasn’t just inviting him; but He was also making an IMPOSSIBLE PROMISE to him - "let down your net for a catch".

For Simon Peter, the invitation from this impressive man from Nazareth, himself not a fisherman, was totally unexpected. He loved Jesus. He had esteem for him. He always addressed him as ‘Master' up until after the catch where he then addresses Jesus as 'Lord'. Therefore in his spontaneous nature he added immediately: "But at your word I will let down the nets." (Luke 5:5b). And so he did.

The words "caught nothing" is an allegory code, meaning "be hungry" for the word of God. 

But if You say so, I let down the nets [again]"


Simon Peter had heard his impressive sermon in Capharnaum (Luke 4:31-32) and he had been witness to the miraculous healing of his mother-in-law and of other sick and possessed people (Luke 4:33-41). And now here is Jesus sitting in his boat preaching to the gathering crowds before turning and giving Simon Peter fishing instructions for the great catch.

Simon Peter had affection and admiration for Jesus and did an act of faith which, seen from a purely human point of view, contradicted his professional experience and knowledge as a fisherman.

He was obedient to the word of the Lord and magnanimously put aside the excuses that came to mind on the basis of his thinking, his feelings and what others may have been thinking. It was a conquest of self which exceed the natural limits of his person.  By saying "but if You say so, I let down the nets [again]", Simon Peter acted supernaturally.

When an invitation to The GREAT CATCH is presented to you, are you going to procrastinate or give excuses, or are you going to respond faithfully, obediently, and immediately... like Simon Peter? 

The word "if you say so" is an allegory code, meaning "humble yourself


When they had done this...


When Simon ​Peter, in faith, obeyed and completed the instructions set by Jesus, he received The GREAT CATCH. 


Did Jesus received His reward at the cross when after having done the will of God, said "It is finished"


When we are instructed by God to do something that contradicts or goes against our own reasoning or belief, we should obey in faith and get it done so that we too can say "It is finished"

Once Simon Peter had pushed his boat out into the deep water and let down the net, having done everything that he was instructed to do, he probably thought to himself "It is finished. I have done everything that I was asked to do. The catch is the hands of Jesus!"

As it was for Simon Peter, the instructions for partnering with The Unborn Flame are straightforward and simple to carry out. "Push your church out into deep water of Abortion, and you and your partners put down the net for a catch!" Once this has been done, like Simon Peter, we too will see and be a part of The GREAT CATCH that is solely in the hands of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ!.

The word "done" is an allegory code, meaning "good and faithful

they caught a great number of fish, and their nets were [at the point of] breaking; 


When the word GREAT in the bible is a term used to qualify a large, extensive, or unusual degree of anything; such as great fear; great love; great strength; great wealth; great power; great influence; great folly, a great distance; a great lake, a great number of fish!

The words "a great number" are an allegory code, meaning "4 - 5 billion"

so they signalled to their partners in the other boat


How is God signalling you about The GREAT CATCH? Is your boat and net ready for when you see the signal? Are you eyes on Christ for The GREAT CATCH?

Simon Peter signalled to his partners in the other boat because of the size of the catch. Simon Peter knew that his partners had their boat, their net, and themselves ready and waiting for the signal, which is why he signalled to them first. His partners were prepared and ready because they too also had faith in Jesus. 

The GREAT CATCH is a great number. This invitation for churches to partner in faith with The Unborn Flame allows you and your church to get prepared and to be ready and waiting for the signal. 

The word "signal" is an allegory code, meaning "invitation" to participate in The GREAT CATCH and be blessed.

to come and help them.

And they came and filled both of the boats [with fish], so that they began to sink.


John 4:37-38 says “For in this the saying is true: ‘One sows and another reaps.’ I sent you to reap that for which you have not laboured; others have laboured, and you have entered into their labours.”


With The GREAT CATCH, everyone has a job to do. Many many churches, organisations, groups, and individuals around the world have sown the healing seeds of The Unborn Flame that have soften and prepare the hearts of Unborn Mothers and Fathers so that when the spirit of Elijah comes, the hearts of Unborn Mothers and Fathers will turn towards their Unborn Children and be lead into the net of The Unborn Flame. The fishermen who are prepared, ready, and waiting will reap the catch from what was sewn by others many decades earlier.

The GREAT CATCH is a great number. Simon Peter needed help from others to pull up the catch. The Lord has need of His church to come and help with the GREAT CATCH.

The word "help" is an allegory code, meaning "serve" - one who is faithful, prepared, ready, and waiting to serve the Lord when called upon.

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We see this metaphorical boat of the early church filled almost to sinking throughout the Book of Acts, as on several occasions thousands come to faith in Jesus at a time. 

With the net of The Unborn Flame set to catch much of the approximately 4b - 5 billion Unborn Mothers and Unborn Fathers. the partner churches will overflow that some may begin to sink.

We all are called by virtue of our baptism to participate in God’s mission to the world in Jesus Christ. We all are called daily to reorient our priorities to align with God’s priorities, to use the gifts God has given us in service to others, to share the good news of Christ in word and deed.

The words "filled both of the boats" an allegory code, meaning "over-flowing church"

But when Simon Peter saw this, he fell down at Jesus’ knees, saying, “Go away from me, Lord. I am a sinful man!” 


Faith and obedience is guaranteed to bring a better knowledge of God and at the same time of deeper knowledge of self. Peter came to a greater awareness of his own sinfulness. His kneeling down and his speaking became signs of the subservience of his spirit. Being struck in his thinking by a divine light, he submitted himself in adoration to the Lord and recognised the sinfulness of his own person. He saw that his knowledge and ability were nothing in comparison to the divine power of the Lord.

After The GREAT CATCH, Simon Peter realised that Jesus had authority over nature for why he went from calling Jesus "Master" to now calling him “Lord.” Simon Peter went from being in "Awe of God" because of the GREAT CATCH to the "Fear of God" when he realised that even the fish obey Him. 

It was because of receiving the GREAT CATCH, that Simon Peter realised that he was a sinner and in need of forgiveness. Confession of sin to our Lord Jesus is a necessary step in order to be an effective fisherman of The Unborn Flame.

The words "he fell at Jesus’ knees" is an allegory code, meaning "humility"

The words "I am a sinful man" are an allegory code, meaning "confession"

Jesus said to Simon, “Don't be afraid;


Why did Jesus perceive Simon Peter's confession as "being afraid" why did Jesus respond to Simon by saying "Don't be afraid"?

Jesus knew that Simon Peter was afraid of following Him and afraid of many other things such as how to catch enough fish to feed his family while being a disciple of Jesus. He accepted the humble confession of Peter. Jesus gave Simon Peter no time to think long about himself, but instead, He entrusted to him a new and unexplained task, according to the eternal plan of his Heavenly Father. 

Jesus’ word to Simon Peter is also a word to us: “Do not be afraid.” This is Jesus’ mission, and we trust that He will keep working with us and through us, “catching” others as He has caught us — in the deep, wide net of God’s love, grace, mercy, and forgiveness.

The words "Don't be afraid" are an allegory code, meaning "have faith'...for I am with you... in the boat!

from now on you will be catching people!” 


Jesus calls Simon and his partners as they are. Simon is acutely aware of his unworthiness, but Jesus is not put off by this in the slightest. Jesus does not ask Simon to get his act together, his resume prepared, and then come back for an interview. Rather, Jesus encounters him as he is, tells him not to be afraid, and calls him to a new mission of catching people so that they might live, a life-giving vocation of being caught up in God’s mission of salvation for all. 


Jeremiah 16.16 (NIV) "But now I will send for many fishermen,” declares the Lord, “and they will catch them."

When Jesus’ said to Simon "from now on you will be catching men", Peter must have been bewildered by that statement. As a fisherman, Simon Peter knew how to catch fish but he had never caught men before.


Since that conversation, the churches (the boats) of Jesus Christ have been established, and The Unborn Flame (the net) is prepared and ready, the Lord will now send for the fishermen and they will catch them. 

Whereas a fisherman catches fish to kill and sell them, the role of The Unborn Flame ‘is to "engage and evangelise’, and the role of the Church is "to baptise and disciple" them into the life of the kingdom.  

The words "catching men" are an allegory code, meaning "the great commission" - anointing, appointing, and authority.

So they pulled their boats up on shore, left everything and followed him.


Although they have just brought in the greatest catch of their fishing careers, Simon Peter, James, and John leave those boatloads of fish behind and follow Jesus. Leaving all that has been of value, they will now find their fundamental sense of belonging and being in relationship to Jesus, the community being built around him, and the redemptive purpose he serves.

When it comes to The GREAT CATCH, Jesus’ mission does not wait until we think we are ready. The need for the gospel in this broken world is far too urgent. We are called right now — even in spite of our frailty, failures, and doubts, even in the midst of our ordinary, busy, complicated lives. Jesus’ word to Simon Peter is also a word to us: “Do not be afraid.”


This is Jesus’ mission, and we trust that he will keep working with us and through us, “catching” others as he has caught us — in the deep, wide net of God’s mercy and love. We trust, finally, that the catch is in God’s hands, and that God’s desire is for the nets to be bursting and the boats full.

Although they have just brought in the greatest catch of their fishing careers, Simon Peter, James, and John leave those boatloads of fish behind and follow Jesus (1:11). Their encounter with Jesus has completely reoriented their lives.

The words "followed him" are an allegory code, meaning "disciples" leading the GREAT CATCH into followers of Jesus Christ through water baptism and by discipleship in His churches.

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