We make plans and schedule events. However, only God’s presence working in us and through us, can give us the desired results we seek.
If you must partake in God’s virtues and secrets, then your life and activities must be streamlined to suit God’s rare taste.
God needs your time more than your money. God needs your heart more than your time. Essentially, God wants all of you – your body, soul and spirit.
When the storms of life come, raging with insensitive intensity at you, the Lord says, “You can lean on me”.
Earthly things have left me dry,only you can satisfy, my heart is longing for more of you…
Is it not tragic that we do more and more for a Lord whom we know less and less? That, in spite of all our services for Him, few Christians really know Him?
The pursuit of God is the greatest of all pursuits.
This week, in our home church, Pastor WD Favour’s teaching on ASTUTE LEADERSHIP steered the string of events. We started, as always, by getting our souls drenched in serene worship. Still in the air of solemnity, I stimulated our spirits with a brief teaching. It was about making sure God becomes the primary reason for […]
Your personal walk with God can pose challenges. Its His walk with you, so He is always there to help you walk through the fire unscathed and stronger than ever.
When one door closes, God has another door already open for you to walk right through! In fact, the closing of one door is a sure sign that there’s a better door.
Our meeting seemed more like a therapy session. Everyone was expected to tell their own stories about their personal walks with God, the challenges so far and how the challenges can be overcome.
We need to desire a pure heart, pray towards it, and invite the Lord to cleanse our hearts just as David did in Psalm 51:16