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Hearing From God

As we draw close to the end of the year, we’ll begin to reflect back on the past months, so the new year will be full of thanksgiving. Looking back, you’ll realise even in hard times, God has been faithful.

Year 2022 in few days.

Hearing from God is something that every christian should experience regularly. God constantly speaks to us to give us directions. We can’t miss out on guidance routes with God’s directions.

When we hear from God, we understand the processes of life stages better, because God sees the beginning and the end, so he shows life’s stages to us, and gives us a manual to overcome all obstacles.

Hearing from God to guide us through helps makes our lives better, hence we need to constantly hear from him to guide us in the new year.

In the bible, people who heard from God, were overcomers.
Samuel, Abraham, Moses. The story of Samuel is found in 1 Samuel 3:1-10.

Isaiah 6:8
Then I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for Us?” Then I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

Exodus 19:9
The Lord said to Moses, “Behold, I will come to you in a thick cloud, so that the people may hear when I speak with you and may also believe in you forever.” Then Moses told the words of the people to the Lord.

How to hear from God:

– Be close to God. Set your mind on Jesus. You can’t be thinking of doing something outside the word of God and still remain focus. 100% concentration is needed.

-Observe your quiet time, set aside a time for God, a time for prayers.

– Listen carefully to hear God’s voice.

– Wait in silence for God to speak after prayers.

– When God calls, respond, and obey him.

-Read the Bible, pray everyday if you want to grow in the Lord.

Acts 17:27

God did this so that they would seek him and perhaps reach out for him and find him, though he is not far from any one of us.


Trusting God In Hard Times

God hasn’t promised sun without rain. Not in this present world. But he has promised to be with us.The Bible is full of God’s promises and reminders about him being with us.

When life seems full of pain, we need to remember what Paul said to Timothy about “endurance”.
The Christian race isn’t all smooth. It’s not an easy path. In the Christian race, you may have to go through some difficult times.

But the question is…Will you endure to the finish? In the Christian race, will you be faithful through all of the hardships? However, God has promised us that he will keep us and save us. But the process is not automatic. We must endure hardship as good soldiers of the lord and as leaders.

Often, we are trapped by our unbelief and fear, but God is preparing us for the end-time harvest. He wants us to be disciplined and prepared.

God didn’t say everything was going to be smooth, but he assured us that he is going to see us through all the hard times.

Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego showed us in the Bible how to worship God in hard times. They were able to trust and worship God in difficult Situations. God delivered them, same God is ready to deliver you from every situation. All you need is to trust in him.

When things go wrong, as a Christian, I know it can be devastating, but remember that 1 John 5:14 says “And this is the confidence that we have towards him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us.”

God hears us, he knows when we need him, therefore your prayers will never go unheard.

Let me put a smile on your face…

Do you know that with God on our side, we have nothing to fear?
For he has promised us that he is with us. Joshua 1:9 says “Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.”

And please put your trust in God, Trust him alone.

Psalm 118:8
“It is better to take refuge in the LORD than to trust in man.

And remember that Hebrews 11:1
Says “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. Put your faith into action…. And fear not!

2 Timothy 4:18
“The Lord will rescue me from every evil deed and bring me safely into his heavenly kingdom.

For all God’s promises are YES and AMEN. Trust in him alone!


Divine direction: Seeking God’s guidance in your decisions

For God’s plans towards us are great. It might take a while to realise the path God has destined for you. But once you realise his plans over your life, and you begin to work in the that direction, things will begin to make sense.

Seeking direction from God, helps prevent us from making mistakes. Asking God to lead our path makes things easier. Like they say, success doesn’t come easy but going in God’s direction and plan for your life helps connect you to the helpers he has destined for you. “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.” – Proverbs 3:5-6.

Direction from God is key. Location is also important. Does he want you there? Will it work out for you in that city? What is God saying concerning you? How does he want you to go about things? Ask and seek him first, don’t just do things because it’s working out for everyone. The ways of God are different from the ways of man. Only God sees the future and he only knows what’s best for you.

Sometimes we get confused about how to go about life. I want you to take a deep breath and remember that God listens.

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Be Thankful

As 2018 comes to an end and a new year soon begins, Let’s count our blessings.

Sometimes things don’t go the way we want it but when you look a little closer, you just might find that there are loads of things to be thankful for.

With that in mind, you would realise there’s so much to be thankful for:

– Be thankful for family and good friends

-Be thankful for the families you have

-Be thankful for a roof over your head.

-Be thankful for laughter

-Be thankful for a job

-Be thankful for the joy you have

-Be thankful for peace of mind

Be thankful for your partner

Be thankful for God’s grace upon your life

Be thankful for Life

Be thankful for everything

What are you thankful for?

You might as well want to share in the comment section. Will be happy to read everyone’s comments about what they are thankful for ?


Taking a Stand for God

By David J. Stewart
Ephesians 6:13, “Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.”

Hardly anyone takes a stand for God anymore. Even professed Christians are apostate and hardly ever take a stand for God. 2nd Timothy 3:12 says that Christians who take a stand for Christ WILL BE persecuted. Anytime you raise a flag for God, you will be targeted by the wicked. Of all the televangelists, none of them take a genuine stand for God. Of all the Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) singers and musicians, none of them take a genuine stand for God. That’s why unsaved Catholics and the sinful world follow after them buying their albums and attending their concerts. It is apostasy!

James 4:4 says that anyone who befriends the world is God’s enemy. You cannot straddle-the-fence. it’s one side or the other. If you are lukewarm, you’re not fooling God. If you take a stand for God, you will be hated by the sinful world and backslidden believers. Sadly, most of your persecution will come from other professed Christians if you stand for God. Standing for God means exposing the hellish cult of Roman Catholicism. Standing for God means strongly opposing the gay rights movement. God deliver us from Hollywood believers who never take a stand for God. I mean truly take a stand for God. There are many one issue people in our churches today, who stand on politically correct issues, but avoid anything controversial, like abortion and feminism, at all cost.

Anytime that money is involved there is apostasy and sinful compromise. The world doesn’t need any more home-friendly ecumenical churchgoers. We need Jesus-friendly homophobic Christians. You ought to be afraid of homosexuality, be very afraid, because it is a vile sin that brings God’s judgment (Romans 1:24-32). All sin brings God’s judgment. We are living in woeful times of sin, rebellion, and hatred against Christianity. There is a false type of religion that is being labeled as Christian today, but it is New Age demonism rooted in experiences and feelings instead of absolute truth and the promises of God’s Word. Few Christians are willing to be despised and rejected of men for the lord’s sake (John 12:43). If you carry a Bible the world will give you up. Take a stand for God my friend.

Those who stand for God now will be exceedingly happy and rejoice in eternity; but those who hide their candle under a bushel, hobnob with the sinful world, and support ecumenical ministers in bed with the Pope will be paupers in eternity. There is no rot with a worse stench than the Catholic Church and all the milquetoast preachers who are eerily silent about such evils. Pat Robertson is a satanic plant, a deceiver who promotes, supports, nurtures, and praise Roman Catholicism. It is evil. Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron are in the same ecumenical boat to perdition. Birds-of-a-feather flock together.

You show me a preacher who will cry aloud against the evils of Roman Catholicism, and their damnable teaching of sacramental salvation, and I’ll show you a man who is right with God. There are no such men today who are celebrities and part of the ecumenical movement. Max Lucado is another satanic plant, and Rick Warren (member of the Council On Foreign Relations). The purpose of these sinister ministers is to unite evangelicals with Roman Catholicism, and thus corrupt the Gospel completely with the Luciferian ideologies of the New World Order.

Nearly everyone who professes to be a Christian these days is self-conscious and concerned about what others think about them. It would be career suicide for most celebrity Christians if they truly took a stand for God. No one wants to rise above the pack for God, so they all go down with the sinking Titanic in apostasy. In order to take a stand for God these days, you’ll likely have to stand alone, as I do. Who is on the Lord’s side? (Joshua 24:15).