05. September 2017 · Comments Off on PAYING THE PRICE FOR YOUR RESTORATION · Categories: Forgive, Friends, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Restoration

The Lord restored the fortunes of Job when he prayed for his friends, and the Lord gave Job twice as much as he had before (Job 42:10 AMP).

Beloved, when God wants to restore you, there are some things He may ask you to do which may sound silly to you. Our feature text tells us of the story of Job and how he had to pray for his friends before the Lord could restore him but how can you ask me to pray for the same people that caused me so much grief when I was facing my most trying period ever? Well, I’ve learnt from experience that you can never tell who the people around you are until you face severe trials. You would be shocked at what people really think about you. Instead of consoling Job in his time of trouble, Job’s three friends, Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar came up with all sorts of reasons why he was to blame for what he was going through but they were very wrong and when it was time, God let them know it. And I’m sure if Job knew that one day God would vindicate him, he won’t have spent the little strength he had trying to prove them wrong.

Beloved, I’m sure Job’s friends hurt him badly because there’s nothing as bad as when people you thought were close to you pierce a knife into where already hurts but I’m also sure that God was teaching Job the act of forgiveness. Jesus… said to the disciples, “It is impossible that no offenses should come, but woe to him through whom they do come! (Luke 17:1 NKJV). As for you, just forgive. There would have been a big ‘WOE’ to Job’s friends if he hadn’t prayed for them because God told them… go to my servant Job… My servant Job will pray for you, and I will accept his prayer and NOT DEAL WITH YOU ACCORDING TO YOUR FOLLY… (Job 42:8 NLT)

We would very much like the Lord to deal with our ‘frienemies’ according to their folly but let’s not forget that… The Lord restored the fortunes of Job when he prayed for his friends, and the Lord gave Job twice as much as he had before. It’s not about them. It’s about you and if that’s the price to pray for your restoration, then that’s the price to pay.

Beloved, it was God that told Job’s friend to go and met Job so he could pray for them so don’t be surprised when some people come knocking asking for your forgiveness and prayers. When they come, pray for them and even if they don’t come, still pray for them and release them to God. As you do so, I pray for a double fold restoration in your life, in the mighty and matchless name of Jesus Christ.

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22. May 2017 · Comments Off on JUST LET IT GO · Categories: Forgive, Freedom, Jesus Christ, Offense, Peace, Spiritual Growth

If possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone (Romans 12:18 AMP).

Beloved, about a week ago, I was faced with a situation where I had the option to confront somebody regarding a very unfair situation that in a nutshell involved what I was entitled to versus what they were entitled to. This situation was very obvious to everyone around and I had made up my mind about the steps I was going to take (I ain’t giving you the outstanding balance) but then, during my morning devotion, the Holy Spirit ministered to me to basically just let it go because in the long run, it wasn’t worth it. Moreover, the Lord had already provided the means to cover the situation so why argue over material things?

Before then and even before the situation occurred, the Holy Spirit had been speaking to me about ‘entitlement’ where we have this tendency to fall out with people over what we think is our entitlement rather than pursuing peace and after this incident, I could fully understand what He had been trying to tell me.

According to the Oxford Dictionary, the word ‘entitlement’ means ‘having a right to something’ or ‘the belief that one is inherently deserving of privileges or special treatment’ and as I began to pay attention to the word, the Scripture where Jesus talked to His disciples about offenses (Luke 17:1) and dealing with unforgiveness (Luke 17:3-4) came to mind. He continued His conversation by talking about how a good servant shouldn’t demand any special thanks for providing their services. A master… does not thank the servant just because he did what he was ordered to do, does he? So you too, when you have done everything that was assigned and commanded you, say, ‘We are unworthy servants [undeserving of praise or a reward, for we have not gone beyond our obligation]; we have merely done what we ought to do.’” (Luke 17:9-10 AMP)

In this illustration, we find that Jesus is simply talking about the things that could bring offense where the servant may think they are entitled to special thanks for providing their services. This can apply to all relationships and many situations. We get offended with people because we feel we didn’t get what we are entitled to and before knowing it, we allow offence, anger and bitterness spread its roots, giving the enemy a foothold (Ephesians 4:26-27 AMP).

Beloved, our feature text says… If possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone. The message translation says… Don’t hit back; discover beauty in everyone. If you’ve got it in you, get along with everybody. Don’t insist on getting even; that’s not for you to do. “I’ll do the judging,” says God. “I’ll take care of it.” (Romans 12:18-19 MSG)

Beloved, as a servant of God, in as much as my flesh wanted to fight back, I had to make the humble decision to just let it go and it gave me a tremendous amount of peace. Do you need to just let it go?

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11. March 2017 · Comments Off on CAN YOU FORGIVE AND FORGET? · Categories: Forgive, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Spiritual Growth

You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives. (Genesis 50:20 NIV).

Beloved, can one truly forgive and forget? Someone once asked me this same question several times. They were obviously struggling with the notion that since they could still remember whatever it was that was done to them, then maybe they hasn’t forgiven. I thought about it for a moment and then showed them a mark on my right figure which I got from an injury way back as a child. I was trying to open a tin of sardine and it cut me. It was painful then but after very many years, it doesn’t hurt anymore. However, I still see the scar everyday and there’s no way I can forget how it got there. It actually serves as a reminder to be careful whenever I open any can or tin.

So, the fact that you’ve forgiven someone does not mean you have to forget what they did. There’s no harm in remembering as far as it doesn’t hurt anymore. You actually may need to be reminded to be more careful so they don’t cut you again. I thought I had given a fair answer until another lady called me later on to ask me where in the Bible does God say we should FORGIVE and FORGET? Hmmm… good question. I like when people challenge my thinking so after our phone conversation, I started thinking… OK Lord, I understand what she’s saying but how do I justify this but then it dawned on me. If I forget everything that has happened to me, then I won’t have a ministry and I’m thinking that’s so true because a big part of the ministry God has given to me is about restoration. But restoration from what?

Beloved, I believe there are times when the Lord may allow you to forget the pain but not the story because He wants you to share it in order to help someone else.

In our feature text, what did Joseph tell his brothers when they couldn’t come to terms with the fact that he had forgiven them? Joseph said relax. I have forgiven you… You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done… He had forgiven but he didn’t forget. Rather, he turned it into a message of restoration that we all refer to today.

Beloved, this whole issue of forgiveness is something that a lot of Christians struggle with but the issue is not whether you remember what happened. Does it still hurt? If so, take it to the Lord in prayer who would not only heal you but show you how to turn that mess into a message. It’s the greatest reward you can think of.

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17. December 2016 · Comments Off on IT’S TIME TO FORGIVE · Categories: Faith, Forgive, Jesus Christ, Prayer, Relationship

“Again I say to you that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything that they ask, it will be done for them by My Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them.” Then Peter came to Him and said, “Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? Up to seven times?” Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you, up to seven times, but up to SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN (Matthew 18:19-22 NKJV).

Beloved, some of us need to forgive and it’s for your own good because unforgiveness is not something you want to carry in to 2016. Do you want your prayers answered? When Jesus was teaching how to pray, He said we should ask the Lord to… forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven (left, remitted, and let go of the debts, and have given up resentment against) our debtors… (Matthew 6:12 AMPC).

What we are simply saying here is that God should treat us in the same way we treat others. We see this happen in the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant (Matthew 18:21-35)

One of the greatest lessons I learnt about unforgiveness is that most times we don’t want to forgive because we think we are letting people of the hook not realising that we are the ones that are hooked. We’ve heard the saying that unforgiveness is like taking poison and expecting the other person to die.

Beloved, apart from forgiving people, some of us need to forgive ourselves. As far as you have truly repented and have asked for forgiveness, God has forgiven you so stop beating yourself up about it and move on.

And this may sound strange and though He doesn’t need our forgiveness, some of us need to settle our grudges with God. Some of us need to humbly come before His throne and settle the issues you have with Him. Again, this may sound strange to some but I for one went through a phase where I blamed God for allowing certain things to happen or not answering some of the things I had been praying for years. The devil painted a picture in my mind that the Lord was not on my side but the devil is a liar. I did exactly what I am saying here and God restored me and reassured me that He is the only One that is really on my side.

Beloved, Jesus said… and if he sins against you seven times in a day, and seven times in a day returns to you, saying, ‘I repent,’ you shall forgive him.” And the apostles said to the Lord, “INCREASE OUR FAITH.” (Luke 17:4-5 NKJV)

INCREASE OUR FAITH… In dealing with unforgiveness, I personally had to work on believing that God would help take care of the situation because the scars would still be there for you to see. People say forgive but don’t forget… I say just ask God to INCREASE YOUR FAITH in Him that He would make everything okay… that you would stop hurting… that you would find that peace… that you would find real joy.

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21. November 2016 · Comments Off on IDENTIFYING THE REAL CULPRIT · Categories: Forgive, Healing, Jesus Christ, Relationship, Restoration, Revelation

If you forgive anyone, I forgive that one as well. Have no doubt, anything that I have forgiven—when I do forgive—is done ultimately for you in the presence of the Anointed One. It’s my duty to make sure that Satan does not win even a small victory over us, for we don’t want to be naïve and then fall prey to his schemes (2 Corinthians 2:10-11 Voice).

Beloved, there’s this saying that when two elephants fight, it’s the grass that suffers and recently, I was telling someone that they just happen to be the grass caught up in such a fight and it takes God to open your eyes to what’s going on around you.

We know the story of Leah and Rachel. They were sisters who found themselves in a predicament and spent the most part of their lives fighting each other over the same husband. However, after very many years of bitter rivalry, it got to the point when they finally came to their senses. They eventually realised that all this while, it was their father that was the real culprit. They had been seriously exploited by their father and by the time Jacob, their husband let them in on his plans to run away from their father, they were both up for it.

They both said to Jacob… “Do we still have any share in the inheritance of our father’s estate? Does he not regard us as foreigners? Not only has he sold us, but he has used up what was paid for us (Genesis 31:14-15 NIV). How sad! The Message translation says… “Rachel and Leah said, “Has he treated us any better? Aren’t we treated worse than outsiders? All he wanted was the money he got from selling us, and he’s spent all that”.

Beloved, there was definitely a feeling of betrayal going on here and while both sisters took it out on each other for a long while, they had to make peace in the end. At some point, they had to let go of the bitterness towards each other and identify the real culprit.

This is thought provoking because I have personally seen cases where for years, there’s been family wars where one person keeps pointing the finger at somebody else to make people believe that person is the one responsible for all the trouble in the family. However, we must know that satan is a real expert at knocking heads together while he secretly carry’s out his plans, so it’s always important for you to always pray for the Lord to open your eyes to see what’s really going on around you.

As Jesus predicts His death, “Peter took Him aside and began to rebuke Him. “Never, Lord!” he said. “This shall never happen to you!” [but] Jesus turned and said to Peter, “GET BEHIND ME, SATAN!”” (Mathew 16:23-23 NIV)


Beloved, it was Peters lips that was moving but Jesus could hear satan’s voice. We should be able to do the same… lest satan takes advantage of us… It’s time to let go of the strife and forgive and work together to cast out the real culprit.

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28. September 2016 · Comments Off on THE ‘HEAPS OF COAL’ REWARD · Categories: Bitterness, Forgive, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Justice, Offense, Relationship, Trusting God

Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: “It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord. On the contrary: “If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink. In doing this, YOU WILL HEAP BURNING COALS ON HIS HEAD.” Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good (Romans 12:19-21 NIV).

Beloved, I’ve previously shared that I used to think BURNING COALS ON HIS HEAD meant the more good I did to my offenders, the greater their punishment would be. I was wrong. ‘Heaps of coal’ is about the emotional discomfort one feels when you arouse their conscience about how they’ve treated you with the aim to make them repent.

Joseph’s brothers sold him into slavery but when he had an opportunity to revenge, Joseph was kind to them instead. He provided for them and also brought them and everything they had out of suffering to a land where they were well taken care of.

However, his kindness made them uneasy… “when Joseph’s brothers saw that their father was dead, they said, “Perhaps Joseph will hate us, and may actually repay us for all the evil which we did to him.” So they sent messengers to Joseph, saying, “Before your father died he commanded, saying, ‘thus you shall say to Joseph: “I beg you, please forgive the trespass of your brothers and their sin; for they did evil to you.”’ Now, please, forgive the trespass of the servants of the God of your father…” (Genesis 50:15-17 NKJV)

Though Joseph told them it was all in the past, they still lived in fear because we always expect people we’ve offended to hit back but Joseph didn’t… Joseph said to them… do not be afraid; I will provide for you and your little ones…” (Genesis 50:18-21 NKJV).

Beloved, can you see how ‘heaps of coal’ works? Joseph’s actions led them to repentance. But what about God? Did God avenge? Oh yeah! However, it was a sweet revenge done in many ways but I like this one. Joseph was forced to leave his hometown on the backs of camels but the first time he visited Canaan again, he came with… all the servants of Pharaoh, the elders of his house, and all the elders of the land of Egypt… And there went up with him both chariots and horsemen, and it was a very great gathering” (Genesis 50:7-9 NKJV).

God definitely knows how to showcase those that leave it up to Him to fight their battles for them. I remember asking a friend whether she was still bitter about what someone did to her and she said its only when you don’t have anything that you are bitter but when God has so blessed you, you have no time for bitterness. Joseph focused on God’s goodness and not his brother’s evil and God rewarded him greatly; far more that he could have ever dreamt of. God elevated him to a place of honour. He is bound to do the same for you if only you let Him.

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26. May 2016 · Comments Off on THE GIFT OF PEACE · Categories: Action, Forgive, Jesus Christ, Offense, Peace, Self Control

My peace is the legacy I leave to you. I don’t give gifts like those of this world. Do not let your heart be troubled or fearful (John 14:27 VOICE).

Beloved, on Sunday morning, I received a call from a lady and as I picked the phone, I could hear her crying but when I asked what was wrong, I found it was actually tears of joy. She kept on saying “Jesus is real… Jesus is real. He spoke to me. He knows everything about me. He isn’t angry with me. I thought He had abandoned me but He loves me… He is real”. I listened to her for a bit and was really excited for her but soon had to dismiss her because I was in the middle of something.

Later that evening, I was sharing the story with someone else and was surprised at how emotional I got. I was crying as I was telling them “she said Jesus is real… He spoke to me. He isn’t mad at me”. I was really wailing and after that conversation, I decided to check on the lady.

However, when I called her, I noticed that her countenance was down. I was surprised because I felt she would still be on top of the moon. I know I would. When I asked what was wrong, she said she was so excited that she decided to go out with some people after church. As they went out, one of them did something to her that left her upset. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing and so I asked;‎ how does one go from being so excited in the morning to feeling down in the evening? How does one go from ‘Jesus is real… He spoke to me’ to ‘I’m a bit upset’ all in the same day? I said if it were me, nothing anyone could do or say could spoil my day. She tried to explain that it’s just that she was a bit taken aback by how people are and so I said, it’s not so much about what people do but about how we react to the situation.

So, I started to talk about offences and maintaining peace. Jesus said… It is impossible that no offenses should come… (Luke 17:1 NKJV) and if there are issues to be resolved, by all means do so. I for one know what it is for offence to eat away at you if not resolved but the Bible says we should always forgive (Luke 17:3-4).

In our feature text, Jesus says… My peace is the legacy I leave to you. I don’t give gifts like those of this world… The world says you are at peace when everything is going well but Jesus says peace can be achieved in the midst of the storm (Mark 4:39).

Beloved, the devil is not after your car, your husband, your house but after your peace of mind and so you must decide not to give your peace away that’s why Paul said… If it is within your power, make peace with all people (Romans 12:18 VOICE).


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16. December 2015 · Comments Off on APPRECIATE YOUR FOOTSTOOL · Categories: Endurance, Forgive, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Pain, Perseverance, Restoration, Spiritual Growth, Victory

“Sit at My right hand, till I make Your enemies Your footstool.” (Psalm 110:1 NKJV)

The Bible tells us of Pharaoh who devised a plan to hinder the Israelites growth for fear that they may join their enemies to fight against them and then escape. He decreed that all male children born to the Israelites be killed and when that didn’t work, he ordered that they should be thrown into the Nile River. But that mandate could not stop the man that God sent as their deliverer. Moses’ mother left him to float in the reeds at the edge of the Nile but he was rescued by Pharaoh’s daughter who asked the boy’s mother to be his paid nurse. And then… later, when the boy was older, his mother BROUGHT HIM BACK TO PHARAOH’S DAUGHTER, WHO ADOPTED HIM AS HER OWN SON… Many years later, WHEN MOSES HAD GROWN UP, he went out to visit his own people, the Hebrews, and he saw how hard they were forced to work… (Exodus 2:10-11 NLT).

Can you imagine that? Until the time Moses was old enough to embark on the task that God created him for, he grew in the household of the enemy. They fed him daily and sent him to the best of schools. He was educated in all the wisdom and culture of the Egyptians (Acts 7:22 AMP). Who knows, perhaps he may have had long talks with Pharaoh’s daughter (and maybe even Pharaoh) about things pertaining to life – those things formal education cannot teach you.

So, how does this apply to us? Every single plot of the enemy designed against us is training and equipping us for purpose. I’ve heard of people that lost their jobs because of the plans devised by their enemies only to end up opening their own businesses using the things they learned from their work experience. Most people only discovered their gifting’s through the battles they have fought and won in Christ. Many have written bestseller books based on what they experienced in life. So, most people only discover their purpose through life’s battles.

Joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers and then landed in jail because he was lied on by Potiphar’s wife but God used those experiences to train and elevate him. His enemies were His footstool. He also learnt valuable virtues like forgiveness which released him to move on from the past.

As for Jesus… ‘None of the rulers of this age understood it, for if they had, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory’ (1 Corinthians 2:8 NIV). Everything planned against Jesus was designed to fulfil the Master plan.

So beloved, appreciate your footstool. Please don’t let pain or bitterness cause you to overlook the valuable lessons you are learning and the promotion awaiting you. Always remember that… God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to His purpose for them (Romans 8:28 (NLT).

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16. November 2015 · Comments Off on HAS JESUS WRITTEN ON YOUR DIRT‏? · Categories: Forgive, God's Plan, Holy Spirit, Intercession, Jesus Christ, Relationship, Repentance, Salvation, Sin

“Teacher,” they said to Jesus, “this woman was caught in the act of adultery. The Law of Moses says to stone her. What do you say?”… Jesus stooped down and wrote in the dust with his finger (John 8:4-6 NLT).

Recently, a friend was telling me of how a minister that used to be very passionate for the things of God has fallen. They later came back to say that the Holy Spirit asked that we should pray for him as a brother in Christ, knowing that we are to look out for each other. I responded to them by saying… “‎that was my first prayer, knowing that all have sinned and fallen short of God’s glory (Romans 3:23)”.

Do you know that if the body of Christ spend more time praying for those that have fallen, we would get better results? However, we are the first to shout “‎crucify him”.

Recently, I saw a disgusting video on Facebook where a young lady who was stripped stark naked was being followed by a crowd. They stoned her with massive stones (rocks), flogged her with big sticks and then pushed her to the ground as they set fire on her. Hmmm… They weren’t speaking English so I couldn’t hear what they were saying but couldn’t help but wonder what her sin was. Did she steal? Was she caught in adultery? What?

I immediately thought of the woman in the Bible caught in adultery. They brought her to Jesus expecting that He would pass the death sentence but Jesus said… let the one who has never sinned throw the first stone!” Then he stooped down again and wrote in the dust. When the accusers heard this, they slipped away one by one… until only Jesus was left in the middle of the crowd with the woman (John 8:7-9 NLT).

If Jesus were to ask this crowd the same question, I wonder if anybody would have been left.

‎At first, she tried to struggle to get free when the fire first touched her back but then, they pushed her back down and when she saw there was no escaping, she just lay down there under the stack of sticks they piled on her back. At that point, I couldn’t help but wonder what was going through her mind. Was she asking for last minute forgiveness for whatever her sin was? If so, do you think Jesus would forgive her? Would not the Judge of this earth do what is right (Genesis 18:25)?

Zacchaeus comes to mind. While others were busy running their mouth as to why Jesus was associating Himself with a sinner, Zacchaeus was ‎busy repenting of his sins… Zacchaeus stood before the Lord and said, “I will give half my wealth to the poor, Lord, and if I have cheated people on their taxes, I will give them back four times as much!” Jesus responded, “Salvation has come to this home today… For the Son of Man came to seek and save those who are lost.” (Luke 19:8-10 NLT)

Can you think of a time Jesus showed you mercy instead of the punishment you deserved? Can you show mercy to someone else?


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01. November 2015 · Comments Off on DEALING WITH THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM (PT1) · Categories: Deliverance, Faith, Forgive, Jesus Christ, Offense, Patience, Perseverance, Prayer, Sin, Trusting God

Mulberry Tree
The apostles said to the Lord, “INCREASE OUR FAITH [our ability to confidently trust in God and in His power].” And the Lord said, “If you have [confident, abiding] faith in God [even as small] as a mustard seed, you could say to this mulberry tree [which has very strong roots], ‘BE PULLED UP BY THE ROOTS and be planted in the sea’; and [if the request was in agreement with the will of God] it would have obeyed you (Luke 17:5-6 AMP).

Are you one of those that think you don’t have enough faith to deal with your problem? Here’s a very familiar Scripture on faith that I know so well but yesterday, my attention was drawn to the word ‘roots’… BE PULLED UP BY THE ROOTS‎… So, I took the pains to study the mulberry tree’s root system and here’s what I found.

The mulberry tree has a shallow root system that often grows above the surface of the soil near the trunk. The tree thrives by spreading its root throughout the soil and although the roots are shallow, they increase their firmness by extending a considerable distance horizontally (sideways).

The mulberry tree could cause FOUNDATIONAL PROBLEMS for homeowners. The aggressive root system are problematic as the surface roots can affect sidewalks or driveways (see image). These roots also pose a hazard (obstacle) to people walking near the tree. Hmmm… It’s like a disease that spreads.

It’s amazing that a few weeks ago, in a dream, I saw something that looked like a giant octopus just spreading and consuming people. It’s only now after doing this small research that I realise the Lord was showing me these aggressive roots.

Hmmm… If a mulberry tree becomes a nuisance, you’ve got to remove the entire root system or it will grow back.‎ Many of us look for how to increase our faith because we think we don’t have enough faith when we’ve prayed for something and don’t see immediate results but the fact that we don’t see results doesn’t mean our faith isn’t working for us. It just means our eyes are on the tree we can see while Jesus is working on the root system… FOUNDATIONAL PROBLEMS… because that’s the only way to uproot the tree out of your life. If not, it will only grow back again.

So beloved, your faith is already working for you to get rid of that problem. The root system is what is being dealt with.

I also read that mulberry trees also frequently drop SEEDS, causing multiple new saplings to grow. Again, it’s like a disease that spreads.

Hmmm… SEEDS… What are these? It’s interesting that Jesus started this conversation by saying… “Stumbling blocks [temptations and traps set to lure one to sin] are sure to come… (Luke 17:1 AMP). The NKJV says… “It is impossible that no OFFENSES should come… and then He went on to talk about dealing with unforgiveness (Luke 17:3-4)…

SEEDS… let’s talk about that next…

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