Todays’ blog is inspired by Matthew 24 & 25.
The Bible talks about the end of time, and its beautiful part of enjoying everlasting life with Jesus Christ, but it also clearly talks about the scary part (eternal inferno).

Let’s face it, with the way the world is going today, the end of time is approaching. Many people are dying, and the world is more perverted than ever. The other sign that the end of time is close is the fact that you are reading this blog now. The word of God is preached everywhere at every time, you don’t have an excuse!
Matthew 24:14 says: And the Good News about the Kingdom will be preached throughout the whole world, so that all nations will hear it; and then the end will come. (NLT) Continue reading “FOCUS SHIFT”

Listen to the still voice

My Saturdays are usually for Jesus; I try to spend the whole day with God or doing things that bring glory to God (hey I really try). Last Saturday, I wasn’t feeling well, so I didn’t do a lot of reading the Bible or praying, but the presence of the Lord and the peace of the Holy Spirit was with me. I promised God the day before that I will go on the street and pray with one specific person that He will show me.

I didn’t want to break the promise I made to God because I wanted Him to rely on me to do His work, and I knew that He was able to give me the strength I needed that day because the Bible says in Ephesians 6:10 (NLT) “Be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power.” Continue reading “Listen to the still voice”

Let it go!

Today I was having a frustrating day, I went to the city to look for something important, and it wasn’t available, so I had to travel to one of the nearest towns to get what I wanted. I did get what I wanted, but I was also having issues with my train card. I was just not in the mood.

I was waiting for the train and still meditating on the word of God as my verse of the day was in Isaiah 41:9 that says that I am a chosen servant of GOD and he will not cast me off. I wasn’t feeling like a good servant, but I believed it. Deep in my thoughts, I heard a voice that said: “What do you see?” Of course, my first answer was “grey sky” dah! Then I looked to my left there was this guy who just came to sit and was waiting for the train as well. It was not the right time to talk to strangers; I was not in the mood. Continue reading “Let it go!”

Gratefulness is a lifestyle not an emotion

Our lives have seasons, and that is very overwhelming for me sometimes because we want the next step now, so we don’t have to wait for it tomorrow. And at some point, we get frustrated when we don’t have what we excepted to have now already. The Bible tells us in Ecclesiastes 3:1 that for everything there is a season, a time for every activity.

What do we do when we can’t handle not going to the next step? Even though we see a potential door for us, but God hasn’t opened it yet? Continue reading “Gratefulness is a lifestyle not an emotion”

Dare to LOVE

1 John 3:16-17 says:

 16 By this we know love, that he laid down his life for us; and we ought to lay down our lives for the brethren. 17 But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him?

Most of the time this passage is related to sharing physical goods to those in need, but as I was meditating upon it, I realised that when we keep the truth of the love of God from people, we are actually not loving them right. Continue reading “Dare to LOVE”

Today could be the salvation day for someone!

I have been so caught up with the issues of life, not realising that my life is about loving God’s children.
When I don’t specifically pray for people I might meet on the street, I end up coming home distracted about something that doesn’t really matter.

I included evangelism in my life routine where I position myself to speak to people at the bus station and whatever I find myself. However, it requires prayers and spiritual awareness that today could be the salvation day for someone if I can just open my mouth.
There is nothing we have to lose, someone else’s life could be changed today, and I chose to be used by God!

Bumpy ride

What looks like an impossibility right now in your life, God already knows how to fix it (John 6:6). Nevertheless, God needs our faith and actions to match as faith without works is dead (James 2:17).

In John 6:10, the disciples knew that there were only five loaves of bread and two fish to feed the multitude, yet they still obeyed Jesus’ instructions. They made the multitude sit out of faith in Jesus Christ. Their actions aligned with their faith and when we have faith in Jesus, God does far more abundantly beyond all that we ask or think, according to the power that works within us (Ephesians 3:20). Continue reading “Bumpy ride”

Paralysed Generation

Have you ever been on your phone or computer and you just get stuck there for hours; you want to move, but you don’t seem to do it. I have been there many times. If you have never experienced this, then you are probably above 90 years old. What I mean is that everything around us is designed to keep us distracted from the plans that God sent us here to do. But don’t give up yet, there is hope. Luke 9:23 says:

“Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me”. Continue reading “Paralysed Generation”

God is God, and that is good!

This week as I was sharing a meal with friends, one of my friends Koen mentioned that “God is God, and that is good”; because a lot of time when we say “God is good and that is his nature” we quickly run our minds toward “God giving us only good things because he is good”.
Don’t get me wrong, God is good all the time, but his goodness is a character of him being God. Unfortunately, many of us only focus on the fact that God is good and if we are good, then that’s enough. Continue reading “God is God, and that is good!”

Things are not OKAY!

  • It’s not okay for Christians to only focus on their own lives (it’s too small compared to what God has for us).
  • It’s not okay for Christians to only live in the natural and forget about our supernatural powers through Jesus Christ.
  • It’s not okay for Christians to lack compassion for children of God that don’t know the “Truth” (the truth that Jesus Christ died on the cross to take away all of our shame and sins).

Continue reading “Things are not OKAY!”

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