This post is encouragement for anyone who might be struggling to hold on to God's promises or to hold on to faith for something. He has promised us that we are more than conquerors, to conquer is to overcome an adversary, according to the Marriam-Webster dictionary. In Romans 8: 37, a massive revelation was shared, … Continue reading Conquerors
Dear xxxxxx, I was astonished by your behavior, I thought you vowed to follow God, to abide to all his commandments; I thought you gave the lordship of your life to the Most high. Why is it that you cunningly took it back? You kept going around in perpetual circles, I waited for you to … Continue reading Letter to xxxxxx
It sure just hurts Is it supposed to hurt? Am I being too "emotional"? Or is it normal? It sure does pain Do I need to feel pain before I can feel better? Maybe in order to be tough I must first go through a lot of pain. Or is my pain minor? … Continue reading Painful heart
Recently, I've come to a realisation that I'm always "busy", let me be more specific, I make myself think I have a million things in the world to do. Which may be great for planning, however it's affected my relationship with God. You may be wondering, how? Well in my prayers, I used majority of … Continue reading Be still
It's something every human goes through. It's part of life, just as it is to respire, to perspire, so it is. This is not a rant, it's a realisation that took 22 years for me to reach. It's only someone who puts their trust in man, that will be shattered, even God warns us in … Continue reading Dealing with Dissapointment
The mind is generally ruled by your flesh, but when you are spirit filled, something changes, your mind becomes aligned to God's spirit. Most christians get to that stage when they desire to yield their minds to God, as they have yielded their lives to him. The leading of the spirit is a catalyst for … Continue reading The Mind and the Spirit
I'm not fond of singing hymns, however I found myself reminiscing the Hymn ," My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less" by Edward Mote. Edward Mote composed the hymn on a faithful day on his way to work. The following Sunday he recited his hymn to one of his minister's wife who was critically ill, … Continue reading On Christ the Solid Rock
Do you know I love you? My precious. Do you know I care for you? My child. I think about you intensely, I assigned a specific destiny for you. Do you know I love you? My joy. Do you know I died for you? My beloved. I think about you intentionally, I molded you … Continue reading #Mybeloved
Time and time again I convinced myself that I cannot possibly be ready for the ministry God has called me to. FYI, ministry doesn't have to be restricted within the church walls. A doctor can minister to patients with the love of Christ, so can a CEO of a company to his employees, as long … Continue reading #Am I Ready?
But now, O Jacob, listen to the Lord who created you. O Israel, the one who formed you says, “Do not be afraid, for I have ransomed you. I have called you by name; you are mine. 2 When you go through deep waters, I will be with you. When you go through rivers of difficulty, you will … Continue reading Do you know you are mine?