it is the decision of a King to do whatever He wants. Family or no family, children, or no children. The King has discipline, and He has principles and guidelines that anyone in His kingdom must not break- even His children. And the thing about a King regardless of whether you come to Him to bring a good idea or to ask him for something- He has the authority to say Yes or No. If He says yes, then good but if he says no, then it’s still good. You must accept and still serve Him. No matter what or however frustrated or angry you may feel towards him, you still have to serve him as if he said Yes to you.
Our motives must be aligned so that we don’t get too caught up in worldly things and completely miss God in the process.
Don't worry about anything but pray about everything. With thankful hearts offer up your prayers and requests to God. Then, because you belong to Christ Jesus, God will bless you with peace that no one can completely understand. And this peace will control the way you think and feel -Philippians 4:6-7 From the above verse,... Continue Reading →
Identity in Christ
Our physical identity is made up of our memories, experiences, relationships, culture, background, personality, beliefs (our faith), character and values that help us to create a continuous sense of who we are during our time here on earth. Our identity is part of who we are. It is also made up of our future self,... Continue Reading →
Waiting means that you are practising being strong, you are building your strength, encouraging your heart, and meditating on God’s words and his promises for your life- (Psalm 27:14). When you wait in whatever situation you are in, you will be strengthened (Isaiah 40:31). Waiting and being patient on the Lord, brings God’s blessings (Isaiah... Continue Reading →
The Uncertainties of Life
In Eccelastites 11:1-6 Solomon summarizes that our lives should involve both taking risks and opportunities. He illustrates to us that we need to take risks in investing for our future. We can not wait for the perfect conditions to act or wait for a sign from heaven that we are supposed to do what is... Continue Reading →
Faith to live
Now faith brings our hopes into reality and becomes the foundation needed to acquire the things we long for. It is all the evidence required to prove what is still unseen- Hebrews 11:1(TPT) Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to... Continue Reading →
Let God call you… He called Moses
Godly leaders must fear the Lord, be trustworthy, they must hate dishonesty (Exodus 18:21), and follow the ways of the Lord and their hearts must be after God. God called many great leaders in the bible and every one of them had their own flaws but their hearts and willingness to be used by God... Continue Reading →
Come Out of Lo-DeBar…
The kindness of God is so sweet and shown beautifully in the lives of His people. We can see this throughout the bible and second Samuel chapter 9 is no different. This chapter tells the story of David and Mephibosheth. We see the kindness of God demonstrated through King David and extended to Mephibosheth for... Continue Reading →
Devoted Like Daniel
A Man Greatly LOVED The book of Daniel reminds us that trusting in God comes with challenges and that our faith and faithfulness will be put to the test. But, whatever life throws at us, Daniel encourages us to keep pressing on and seek after God’s heart through our daily commitment and devotion to Christ.... Continue Reading →