17. June 2017 · Comments Off on WHEN THE LORD CONFRONTS THE DOUBTS IN YOUR HEART · Categories: Fear, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Relationship, Thoughts, Trusting God

Then Elijah brought him down from the upper room and gave him to his mother. “Look!” he said. “Your son is alive!” Then the woman told Elijah, “NOW I KNOW FOR SURE THAT YOU ARE A MAN OF GOD, AND THAT THE LORD TRULY SPEAKS THROUGH YOU.” (1 Kings 17:23‭-‬24 NLT)

Beloved, you probably know the story of how the Lord sent the Prophet Elijah to go and live with this widow in Zarephath. Elijah got there just in time and asked for some water and some food. She was fine with giving him water but food? Oh no sir. That I don’t have… I was just gathering a few sticks to cook this last meal, and then my son and I will die.” But Elijah said to her, “Don’t be afraid! Go ahead and do just what you’ve said, but make a little bread for me first. Then use what’s left to prepare a meal for yourself and your son. For this is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: There will always be flour and olive oil left in your containers until the time when the Lord sends rain and the crops grow again!” So she did as Elijah said, and she and Elijah and her family continued to eat for many days. There was always enough flour and olive oil left in the containers, just as the Lord had promised through Elijah (1 Kings 17:12-‬16 NLT).

Beloved, this is one of those Bible testimonies that we love to talk about but as I meditated on the chapter again yesterday, I began to see it in a different light. After all of this, disaster struck and this woman’s son dies (1 Kings 17:17). So, now I’m thinking: Lord, common now, if You knew this was going to happen, whydidn’t You just let him die in the first instance instead of feeding him for a while and then he still ends up dying. Why now? Why allow this woman go through this pain now? But then, I found clues in our feature text. After Elijah raises the boy up from the dead… the woman said to Elijah, “Now I know that you are a man of God and that the word of the Lord in your mouth is truth.” (1 KINGS 17:24 AMP)

So, ma’am does this mean you always doubted him? Well, it looks like it and this is probably what was on her mind; So, here’s this so-called man of God that appeared from nowhere; Yes, you came to save us. We didn’t die but we are still barely just getting by. We are still living from hand to mouth meanwhile you keep promising that the Lord said rain is coming (1 Kings 17:14). Things are going to get better. However, the question in your heart is when would this be sir? Are things going to really get better or is this how we are going to live for the rest of our lives?

Beloved, the Lord had to confront the secret thoughts in this woman’s heart. Yes, Elijah was sent from Me. He is a true man of God and the word he speaks is truth.

Beloved, could this be addressing the questions in your heart?

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03. June 2017 · Comments Off on ARE YOU DESPERATE ENOUGH? · Categories: Action, Deliverance, Fear, Freedom, Jesus Christ, Perseverance, Power and Authority, Prayer, Restoration

Then he said, “Take the arrows”; so he took them. And he said to the king of Israel, “Strike the ground”; so he struck three times, and stopped. And the man of God was angry with him, and said, “You should have struck five or six times; then you would have struck Syria till you had destroyed it! But now you will strike Syria only three times.” (II Kings 13:18‭-‬19 NKJV)

Beloved, I am currently reading a book by Apostle John Eckhardt on Fasting for Breakthrough and Deliverance where he refers to our feature text. He says “Elisha told Joash that he must strike against Syria over and over again until they had been destroyed. Then Elisha told him to take a bow and arrows and strike it on the ground. He didn’t tell him how many times. Joash hit it on the ground three times and stopped. The prophet was very angry because it meant Joash would only defeat the Syrians three times. Three times was not enough to destroy the Syrians as Elisha had prophesied. Perhaps Elisha could have told him how many times to strike the arrows on the ground. But sometimes what is in a person comes out in their actions. Joash didn’t have enough hatred and anger for the enemy to strike the ground beyond the third time-or until the arrow broke!”

Beloved, this left me thinking? How much do you hate the devil? How much do you want to see yourself delivered in whatever area?

I started thinking of the time Jesus’ disciples could not cast out a demon from a little boy and Jesus had to come to their rescue. Later… His disciples asked Him privately, why could not we drive it out? And He replied to them, THIS KIND cannot be driven out by anything but prayer and fasting (Mark 9:28-29 AMPC).

So, if Jesus says…. this kind can only go away through prayer and fasting, do you love your food more than you love your freedom?

Apostle John Eckhardt went on to say “when you are dealing with the enemy, you need to give him more than just a courtesy tap. You need to really want to win. You have to hate what you are fighting so much that you beat it until the arrows break. You must hate lust, poverty, fear, rejection, or whatever it is until you smash it. It’s not just one, two, three, and then look at the prophet and ask, “Did I do good?” Strike it until it is destroyed”.

Hmmm… it’s not just fasting till 12 noon and then say, “did I do good?” It’s not just praying for 30 minutes to one hour and then say, “did I do good?” No, you are to keep praying and fasting or doing whatever it takes until something happens.

Beloved, how desperate are you? How much do you hate that situation you are in? Have you got that much holy anger in you that you want to keep striking until that situation is completely destroyed?

SELAH!

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27. February 2017 · Comments Off on STORMS HAVE NO POWER TO BRING YOU DOWN · Categories: Fear, Jesus Christ, Peace, Trusting God

After sending them home, He went up into the hills by Himself to pray. Night fell while He was there alone. Meanwhile, the disciples were in trouble far away from land, for a strong wind had risen, and they were fighting heavy waves. About three o’clock in the morning Jesus came toward them, walking on the water (Matthew 14:23-25 NLT).

Beloved, studying the story of Peter walking on water again, it has never become clearer to me that truly… STORMS HAVE NO POWER TO BRING YOU DOWN.

After a day of great ministration, Jesus needed some time away from everyone so He sent everyone away but then, His disciples found themselves in a storm and you would think that Jesus would come to their aid immediately they were in trouble. Oh NO! If you’ve walked long enough with the Lord, you would know that’s not His style. He took Him time. They were tossed about by the waves but Jesus did not move an inch. He allowed them to face the storm. It was almost morning before He came towards them. Jesus must have felt the storm wasn’t a problem.

However, in the same story, it’s interesting to see how Jesus reacted differently when it came to dealing with what we could call a man’s greatest enemy. We find out that Jesus came toward them, walking on the water but… when the disciples saw Him walking on the lake, they were terrified. “It’s a ghost,” they said, and cried out in FEAR. But JESUS IMMEDIATELY SAID TO THEM: “Take courage! It is I. Don’t be afraid.” (Matthew 14:26-27 NIV)

Beloved, when fear gripped them, unlike the storm, Jesus immediately intervenes because He knows what fear can do. And then, of course, the second enemy is DOUBT. Peter the brave and courageous one was quick to take a bold step in the midst of the storm… but when he saw the wind, he was afraid and, beginning to sink, cried out, “Lord, save me!” IMMEDIATELY Jesus reached out his hand and caught him. “You of little faith,” He said, “why did you doubt?” (Matthew 14:30-31 NIV)

That’s another immediate reaction from Jesus because if FEAR does not take you down, DOUBT is bound to do the Job. Was Peter brave? Yes! Brave people do things afraid anyway, but according to Jesus, it was his doubt that got him sinking. It was his doubt that got him to abandon what he started. But thank God that Jesus always pinpoints the real problem… TAKE COURAGE!… DON’T BE AFRAID… WHY DID YOU DOUBT?

Beloved, this tells me that it is not what happens to you that really matters but how you respond to what happens. FEAR and DOUBT are bound to take you down faster than the storm itself so do your best to rise about these two devils. Focus on Jesus and you too would be walking on top of what is drowning others.

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25. February 2017 · Comments Off on RETAIN THE FAITH THAT KICKED IN AT THE BEGINNING · Categories: Faith, Fear, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Trusting God

And Peter answered Him and said, “Lord, if it is You, command me to come to You on the water.” So He said, “Come.” And when Peter had come down out of the boat, he walked on the water to go to Jesus. But when he saw that the wind was boisterous, he was afraid; and beginning to sink he cried out, saying, “Lord, save me!”‎ ‎And immediately Jesus stretched out His hand and caught him, and said to him, “O you of little faith, why did you doubt?”(Mathew 14:28-31 NKJV)

Beloved, Have you ever found yourself in a position where you hear or see something that greatly motivates and inspires you to do something and so you take the first step but then reality of the situation starts to set in and you start to think “what am I doing?”

This must have been what happened to Peter. This incident happened just after Jesus fed the crowd with 5 loaves of bread and 2 fishes ‎(Mathew 14:15-21) and I’m sure when ‎Peter said… “command me to come to You”, in addition to seeing Jesus walk on water, the buzz from him seeing Jesus feed the multitude with so little was one of the things that inspired and prompted him to quickly act out in faith. If anything, he still had the leftovers that Jesus instructed them to carry with them. Peter was still on a high; full of faith and then when he saw Jesus walking on water, he was like… ‘wow, I can do that’… ‎but then that ‘wow’ soon became “what on earth do I think I’m doing?”

It’s always like that with us. We hear a great message or see God act miraculously in someone else’s life and we get really encouraged that we step out in faith but then when the excitement dies down, we are like… “oh boy, what am I really doing?” That’s when we start to faint.

Beloved, Peter had the faith to step out onto the water at Jesus’ command but not the faith to continue walking. He no longer heard the word of the Lord. Now he saw the storm and quickly began to sink but in such situations, what we need to do is to continue in the same faith we started with because it is Jesus that is the object of our faith and my experience has taught me that you can’t for a second afford to take your eyes off Jesus. As far as you keep focusing on Him beckoning you to come, you can’t sink.

Do you need to continue in faith? Keep… looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith… (Hebrews 12:2 NKJV)‎. He started it for you and He would finish it for you.

This is what the Lord says… The hands of Zerubbabel have laid the foundation of this temple; his hands will also complete it… (Zechariah 4:9 NIV)

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03. December 2016 · Comments Off on ‏‏DEALING WITH UNSPOKEN FEAR · Categories: Faith, Fear, Jesus Christ, Trusting God

What I always feared has happened to me. What I dreaded has come true (Job 3:25 NLT).

Beloved, a lot of us have amazing faith for a lot of things but with many of us, there are some secret fears that we carry on the inside that we dread so much. The funny thing is that it’s not what others can perceive. To most people, you’ve got it all together. Take the case of Job. I mean, everybody knew him as one who… was honest inside and out, a man of his word, who was totally devoted to God and hated evil with a passion (Job 1:1 MSG). He was a perfect role model. He served God with all his heart and went to church regularly but if you believe in this God the way you say you do, who would have ever thought that he harboured any kind of fear?

I remember that there were some things that I never ever imagined I would every experience. Those were my untouchable areas and I remember telling God not to even go there. Leave this area alone. Trials can come in this or that area but not that because I won’t be able to survive it. However, after shaking all the shakeable in my life, I remember someone saying “now that you’ve experienced your worst fears and you’ve seen that it didn’t kill you, you can now move on with your relationship with God”. Another person said “aren’t you still standing?”

Hmmm… Beloved, out of nowhere Job admitted that… What I always feared has happened to me. What I dreaded has come true… Who knows, maybe if he didn’t come face to face with his fears, it would have stayed with him for the rest of his life and at times, that’s even worse torture than what you are dreading.

No one wants anything negative to happen but if you entertain fear, you attract exactly that. Also, those things we fear stand as hurdles in our relationship with God. Job knew fear and perhaps the Lord was saying to Job… You have known this fear for so long, now it’s really time to get to know Me. Hence the reason Job said… “I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear, But now my eye sees You (Job 42:5 NIV). He had to confront those fears to move to another level with God.

Beloved, don’t let fear rule/ruin your life… For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:7 NKJV).

The word used for fear; deilós (“fearful of losses”) refers to an excessive fear (dread) of “losing,” causing someone to be fainthearted (cowardly) hence, to fall short in following Christ as Lord.

Beloved, I remember someone saying that when you come under the light, it highlights or reveals many hidden things. Everything is laid bare before the Lord so perhaps it’s time to deal with that unspoken fear.

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22. October 2016 · Comments Off on ARE YOU HIDING WHAT YOU’VE BEEN GIVEN? · Categories: Action, Fear, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Obedience, Talents

“Then he who had received the one talent came and said, ‘Lord, I knew you to be a hard man, reaping where you have not sown, and gathering where you have not scattered seed. AND I WAS AFRAID, AND WENT AND HID YOUR TALENT IN THE GROUND. Look, there you have what is yours’ (Matthew 25:24-25 NKJV).

Beloved, I think of this story and so many things come to mind. Was this servant just playing safe or was he suffering from insecurity? Was he held back by fear? What’s your own excuse for hiding what you’ve been given? We all have our excuses for not utilizing whatever the Lord has given to us and we think our excuses are valid but apparently, this was something the master did not take likely at all… “But the master replied, ‘YOU WICKED AND LAZY SERVANT! If you knew I harvested crops I didn’t plant and gathered crops I didn’t cultivate, WHY DIDN’T YOU DEPOSIT MY MONEY IN THE BANK? At least I could have gotten some interest on it’ (Matthew 25:26-27 NLT).

He called him WICKED AND LAZY… If it was fear that paralysed you, why did you not deposit what the Lord had given to you into someone else?

Beloved, this just makes me wonder whether this is one area of disobedience that people take likely but in actual fact the Lord is seriously frowning at. The master said… Therefore take the talent from him, and give it to him who has ten talents. ‘For to everyone who has, more will be given, and he will have abundance; but from him who does not have, even what he has will be taken away (Matthew 25:28-29 NKJV).

Beloved, he went from one to zero because the Lord does not like unfruitfulness. You may think it’s unfair but I am also reminded of when Jesus cursed the Fig Tree… The next morning as they were leaving Bethany, Jesus was hungry. He noticed a fig tree in full leaf a little way off, so he went over to see if he could find any figs. But there were only leaves because it was too early in the season for fruit. Then Jesus said to the tree, “May no one ever eat your fruit again!”… (Mark 11:12-14 NLT).

Hmmm… But it’s not the right season? Well, so why are you deceiving people with your full display of leaves? And then, Paul told Timothy… be ready in season and out of season (2 Timothy 4:2).

Beloved, what are you doing with what the Lord has placed inside of you? Fear should not stop you. Paul told Timothy… This is why I remind you to fan into flames the spiritual gift God gave you when I laid my hands on you. For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline (2 Timothy 1:6-7 NLT).

Are you going to be WICKED AND LAZY? Doesn’t sound nice at all. Does it?

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07. October 2016 · Comments Off on STOP BELIEVING THE WORST · Categories: Faith, Fear, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Trusting God

Lean on, trust in, and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and DO NOT RELY ON YOUR OWN INSIGHT OR UNDERSTANDING (Proverbs 3:5 AMPC)

Beloved, when my mind starts to play tricks on me, I always think of Jacob and all that wasted years he spent lamenting over the supposed death of his son who in actual fact went on training to become the Personal Adviser to Pharaoh and the Governor of all of Egypt. But that’s because the enemy so cleverly put together some physical evidence for him to see; missing son plus coat stained with blood equals Joseph must be dead. As a result, he was inconsolable… His family all tried to comfort him, but he refused to be comforted. “I will go to my grave mourning for my son,” he would say, and then he would weep (Genesis 37:35 NLT).

It got to a point in his life where Jacob felt everything was going against him. He said… You have robbed me of my children: Joseph is gone, and Simeon is gone, and now you want to take Benjamin. Everything and everyone is against me! (Genesis 42:36 Voice). However, the truth is that it did not matter how long it took for him to see Joseph again, JOSEPH WAS NOT DEAD nor where his other sons. That was the truth and that’s why we are always to go by the truth we see in God’s word rather than the physical facts presented before us.

I know this is a challenge to those that have been trained to think of worst case scenarios in order to help them manage expectations and prepare their minds, however, you have to learn how to let it go and just trust God. Most times, things don’t turn out the way the enemy paints the picture in our heads.

Beloved, we’ve been told to trust in the Lord with all our hearts and not to depend on our own understanding. Can you imagine how Jacob must have felt when he finally saw Joseph again? He must have realised that his INSIGHT OR UNDERSTANDING failed him big time and robbed him of his life. So, what is the evidence you see in front of you? When are you going to learn that things are not always as they seem? As far as you keep drawing conclusions based on what you see, the enemy would keep presenting false evidence that appear or seem so real which is often used as the acronym for FEAR; False Evidence Appearing Real.

Beloved, the way forward is always to fix your eyes on Jesus and what His word says. That’s where the truth can be found. Keep believing that things are working out for your good and they are. You’ve just got to see it with your eyes of faith and ask the Lord to help any unbelief (Mark 9:23-25).

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27. June 2016 · Comments Off on DON’T LET FEAR RULE YOUR DECISION MAKING · Categories: Fear, Jesus Christ, Love, Relationship, Trusting God

For God did not give us a spirit of timidity or cowardice or fear, but [He has given us a spirit] of power and of love and of SOUND JUDGMENT and personal discipline [abilities that result in a calm, well-balanced mind and self-control] (2 Timothy 1:7 AMP).

Beloved, there are moments in our lives when we have to make crucial decisions and to be honest, I recently went through that phase were I was almost like a nervous wreck because I didn’t want to miss the will of God. However, because I was so concerned about not missing God, the devil tried to torment the life out of me until the Lord began to minister to me about it.

Beloved, the first thing we ought to know about the nature of God is that He is good. If you don’t know any other attribute, know that He is good. What this should mean is that regardless of whatever you are going through, if you put it up against the goodness of God, you will find that it will always work out for your good (Romans 8:28).

There was the time Elijah was about to lose his mind because of the threat of the enemy. God accessed the situation and the first thing He did before anything else was give Elijah something to eat and drink, and then made sure he caught a good rest before asking him; what are you doing here? (1 Kings 19:5-9).

That’s the side of God the enemy doesn’t want us to see. Unfortunately, because our knowledge of God is wrongly influenced by our painful past experiences, we tend to develop that unhealthy fear where we say I can’t afford to make the wrong decision and yes, nobody wants to make wrong decisions but then, when you become so anxious about it that it’s disturbing your sleep, please know that the devil is behind it.

One way you know the devil is in operation is that there’s torment and fear and we must know that everything rooted in torment and fear is straight from hell. So, if at any point, you are left with feelings of anxiety, worry and fear, these are clues that you are believing a lie from the enemy and it could be that orphan mentality that feels you would be punished by God for missing Him.

However, the nature of God is good and if your heart and motivation is to please Him, He would always step in somehow. Jesus said… I will not abandon you as orphans… (John 14:18NLT), I will be in you, prompting you to make the right decisions.

Beloved, everything rooted in love and joy is from God and one way you know that God is involved in it that there is love and peace. So, the question you need to always ask yourself is “does this bring peace? Does this bring joy? When you are trying to make a decision, that’s what you should put it up against.

Remember, God has given us a spirit of power and of love and of SOUND JUDGMENT… abilities that result in a calm, well-balanced mind.

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24. May 2016 · Comments Off on WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUR SOUL PROSPERS‏ · Categories: Anger, Envy, Fear, God's Plan, Healing, Jealousy, Relationship

Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, JUST AS YOUR SOUL PROSPERS (3 John 2 NKJV).

On Saturday, we had our monthly meeting by the well where we experienced a great move of God as He began a deep healing of the soul which I’m going to be sharing as He leads. Our feature text was one that He opened our eyes to and the first thing we saw was that this is a prayer of a condition John desired for his friend. The KJV says… I wish above all things…

Beloved, when you wish for something, it means it’s something you desire and for John, this was that 1) Gaius prospers and 2) be in good health. However, there’s a condition which depends on how well his soul prospers. This suggests that we need to pay attention to the condition of our souls because it determines how well we prosper in other areas of our lives.

Over the past few years, the world has experienced the death of some very well-known celebrities’ who were very wealthy but suffered from ailments like insomnia and eventually died from drug abuse; both hard and prescription drugs and I remember coming across a diagram that said hurt in your BODY is experienced in sickness, weakness, decease, pain. Hurt in your SOUL is experienced in mental anguish, emotional instability, paralysis of will. Hurt in your SPIRIT is experienced in emptiness, hopelessness, futility, loneliness etc.

Beloved, I believe this sums up John’s prayer. The Amplified Bible says… I pray that in every way you may succeed and prosper and be in good health [physically], just as [I know] your soul prospers [spiritually].

Your soul is made up of your will, desires, emotions etc. and a healthy soul is free from offence, anger, bitterness, jealousy, insecurity, low self-esteem, brokenness, anxiety, fear etc. One doesn’t have trust issues. One isn’t abusive or controlling. One isn’t competitive because they don’t feel the need to prove themselves. As a result, your relationships with your spouse, children, friends, colleagues, parents, boss/leaders prospers which also affects other areas of your life. And then, when your will is also fully surrendered to God, you experience true prosperity (Proverbs 10:22).

Beloved, Hannah was one that had to empty her soul. She told Eli… I am a woman of sorrowful spirit. I… have poured out my soul before the Lord… Then Eli answered and said, “Go in PEACE, and the God of Israel grant your petition which you have asked of Him.”… So the woman went her way and ate, and her face was NO LONGER SAD (1 Samuel 1:15-18 NKJV).

Hannah conceived after getting rid of everything negative in her soul and aligning her will with God’s will as it concerns Samuel and then Eli said… GO IN PEACE… which is SHALOM in Hebrew and according to Strong’s Concordance, SHALOM refers to completeness, wholeness, health, peace, welfare, safety, soundness, tranquillity, prosperity, perfectness, fullness, rest, harmony, the absence of agitation or discord”.

Beloved, the Lord desires that your soul prospers because everything else falls in line so, in this season, be attentive as He reveals things that explains the condition of your soul.

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14. May 2016 · Comments Off on STIR UP YOUR GIFTS‏ · Categories: Action, Fear, God's Plan, Jesus Christ

This is why I remind you to fan into flames the spiritual gift God gave you when I laid my hands on you. For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline (2 Timothy 1.6-7 NLT).

Beloved, only a few days ago, I was having an interesting conversation with someone about their fears when it comes to pursuing what God has called them to do. “People would judge me. They would say this or they would say that” but I was like “girl seat down and let me give you a lesson or two in that area”. I remember when I first started writing, people said all sorts. But I learnt earlier on to ignore their comments because someone like me that likes to be perfect would not move an inch if I allowed that disturb me.

I remember listening to someone say they were given the opportunity to write for a prestigious online magazine but one day they decided to read the peoples comments. They said the comments put them off and so they decided to stop writing. So, one day someone from the magazine called to ask what’s happening. We haven’t been receiving your submissions they said but he replied back saying, “have you seen the peoples comments?” After sharing his frustrations, the person from the magazine laughed and said “those people are not our audience”. Our targeted audience are‎ professors, magistrates and the like who read the column when they find some spare time but may not necessary have the time to respond. He was shocked and felt silly that he allowed narrow-minded people talk him out of one of the biggest opportunities he had at the time.

‎Isn’t that sad? Beloved, most times, we get discouraged because of people’s opinions. Some of us would not even take that first step because of what people may say. We’ve allowed fear to cripple us. However, I had to overcome a lot early and only a few days ago, I was telling someone that this is my 4th year of writing “what is God up to?”

Have I been discouraged? Oh yes I have. Have I doubted that I’ve heard from God? Oh yes, many times but at such times, the Lord always knows how to send someone to let me know that you are indeed hearing from Me.

Beloved, there is a reason why “Fear not” is found many times in the Bible. It’s because the Lord knows that ‎the enemy would always feed us with lies that we are not up to the task but you know what? He could be right. I’m probably not up to the task but one thing I know is that it’s not by my power, however… I have strength for all things in Christ Who empowers me [I am ready for anything and equal to anything through Him Who infuses inner strength into me; I am self-sufficient in Christ’s
sufficiency] (Philippians 4.13 AMP).

Do you need to stir up your gifts?

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