Have you ever been angry at somebody and had creeping thoughts of hurting them? Don’t lie! For most of my life before Christ, I was exposed to a spirit of death. I didn’t know at the time it was so; I just thought people were angry. I came across so many angry people that I… Read More Is Anger a Bad Thing
The Bible says that Abraham’s faith made him God’s friend. That faith birth fruit, which is obedience. Remember, faith looks like something: it is accompanied by works (James 2:18). Abraham left his fathers house to go nowhere (to the logical mind). But the Lord led his every move and checked up on him every so… Read More What Does Your faith look like
Do you wish life had a rewind button? I have considered this to no avail because we can’t change. Life doesn’t work backwards; it always moves forward. Regret could be any occurrence related to looking back and thinking, we could have made a better decision at the time. Consequently, we perceive life from a place… Read More Guilt, Shame and Regret (3)
Whose mind do you have? The scriptures tell us that we have the mind of Christ. But if you’re anything like me, you’ve thought: how could I have the mind of Christ if I think thoughts filled with sexual desire, hate, regret, shame, murder, gossip, slander and a host of other things on any given… Read More How’s your mind?
If you’ve been struggling with fear, shame, anger and inability to receive love- I want you to consider that maybe you have condemned yourself. Could there be self condemnation in your heart? We know that God hates and punishes sin, but He does not judge as we do. Many people have become judge over their… Read More Behavior versus Approval
Do you meditate? When most people think ‘meditation‘, they think it’s becoming one with the universe, aligning with the stars or other spiritual beings or repeating mantras or incantations but it’s simpler than this. There are two types of meditations, eastern meditation and biblical meditation. Eastern meditation teaches people to be conscious of their senses… Read More Meditation
When we forgive others and ourselves, we show God that our faith is in Him. We also demonstrate to God and others that He is God and we are not. This in itself is humility and God honors the humble and gives them grace (James 4:6). Grace: unmerited mercy (favor) of God; the strength of… Read More Step into Grace
Things will never be the same but who said that it has to be a bad thing? This could be the beginning of something amazing for us and our loved ones. The past few weeks have shown us the different things people are experiencing: an array of emotions, sporadic thoughts, awakened desires, struggles with temptations… Read More Who says, This Has To Be A Bad Thing?
I had to reboot my WiFi modem and I was annoyed. Have you ever had to reset your phone, modem, computer or cable box? It may be inconvenient for a few minutes, but the outcome is usually better. The quarantine has interrupted our lives and it may be annoying. But it is demanding that we… Read More Are you open for change?
Did you know that when you smile, whether it’s a genuine or forced smile, there are chemicals released to your brain? They send happy’ messages to your pre-frontal cortex. This is also true for every thought which we entertain. We are responsible for more than we take account of. We have the power to change… Read More Where is your focus?
The bible says that God predestined to adopt us long before we were born; it was His plan. According to the book of Ephesians, we were chosen before the foundation of the world to be holy and without blame. We were chosen to stand before God in love. The Lord Jesus was slain before the… Read More The Lord has a plan to get us through this too
The quarantine has allowed us to reflect on our works, our plans and our desires. We can readjust and make changes in our lives. It has given us clarity. During this time the Lord is teaching us how to live and walk in faith. He desires to deliver us from evil by revealing things in… Read More Quarantine Gains