23. May 2017 · Comments Off on DON’T FALL FOR THE COMPARISM TRAP ‏ · Categories: Comparism, Contentment, Identity, Jesus Christ, Relationship

When the victorious Israelite army was returning home after David had killed the Philistine, women from all the towns of Israel came out to meet King Saul. They sang and danced for joy with tambourines and cymbals. This was their song: “Saul has killed his thousands, and David his ten thousands!” This made Saul very angry. “What’s this?” he said. “They credit David with ten thousands and me with only thousands. Next they’ll be making him their king!” So from that time on Saul kept a jealous eye on David (1 Samuel 18:6-9 NLT).

Beloved, I remember listening to someone say that the reason David got into so much trouble with King Saul was because of people and not anything that David personally did. David was very faithful to Saul. He went wherever Saul sent him. Saul was very pleased with him and so made him a commander over the men of war. However, we see from our feature text that people started comparing both of them and as a result, Saul became Jealous and from then on had only one thing on his mind which was to get rid of David. As a result, he began to watch his every move. He followed him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc wanting to know what he was up to and where he would be so that he could track him down. Poor David who displayed no element of pride was now constantly on the run.

Beloved, how does this apply to us? Well, we do this every day without realising it. We compare our children to other people’s children and even to one another. We say can’t you see what your sister did yesterday. We compare our spouses to somebody else’s forgetting that the grass always seems greener from the other side. We compare our friends, our staff and other work colleagues to one another and before you know it unhealthy competition starts to lead to something else.

So, what could the women have done? I’m not saying they should deny the fact that David was successful but they could have replaced “Saul has killed his thousands, and David his ten thousands” with “David has killed ten thousands”. There was no need for the comparism.

Beloved, we need to allow people to be the best at their level. Train your child to be the best at who they are. Set them up to run their own race. As for you, first of all, don’t let people compare you to others. Don’t allow them put you on a pedestal too high for you. They may just be setting you up for a fall. Secondly, don’t spend the rest of your life trying to be who God hasn’t called you to be. Be the best you that you can be. Be happy and content at your level because… [it is, indeed, a source of immense profit, for] godliness accompanied with contentment (that contentment which is a sense of inward sufficiency) is great and abundant gain (1 Timothy 6:6 AMP).

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10. March 2017 · Comments Off on BEWARE OF THE CRITICAL SPIRIT · Categories: Contentment, Pride, Relationship, Spiritual Growth

While they were at Hazeroth, Miriam and Aaron criticized Moses because he had married a Cushite woman. They said, “Has the Lord spoken only through Moses? Hasn’t he spoken through us, too?” But the Lord heard them (Numbers 12:1-2 NLT).

Beloved, our feature text tells us about Moses’s sister, Mariam; the one that had to watch him float on the Nile River until rescued by Pharoah’s daughter. We also know Aaron, Moses’s brother and assistant pastor. Now, both of them (people meant to be the closest to Moses) criticised him for marrying a Cushite woman and we know the story of Moses and his faults are not hidden from us. He even made the Lord angry on several occasions but hear what the Lord said in response to their criticising… “If there were prophets among you, I, the Lord, would reveal Myself in VISIONS. I would speak to them in DREAMS. But not with my servant Moses. Of all my house, HE IS THE ONE I TRUST. I speak to him FACE TO FACE, CLEARLY, AND NOT IN RIDDLES! He sees the Lord as He is. SO WHY WERE YOU NOT AFRAID TO CRITICIZE MY SERVANT MOSES?” (Numbers 12:6-8 NLT)

So, never mind that he married a black or dark-skinned non-Israelite wife; that he has got issues with his temper and that he (and even you guys) may think he can’t speak well, however, despite your opinions, HE IS THE ONE I TRUST. And what has his wife got to do with the Lord speaking through him anyway?

Beloved, we can see that his wife wasn’t the real issue… HASN’T HE SPOKEN THROUGH US, TOO? OK… you speak then! Could this be a case of jealousy? But Moses had previously said… I wish that all the Lord’s people were prophets and that the Lord would put His Spirit upon them all (Numbers 11:29 NLT). Did they think he was finding the job easy? Somehow, we tend to think we can do a better job than others without understanding what they have to pass through.

Beloved, these are some of the things that grieves the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 4:30-32). Mariam got punished in the end and Moses, the one criticised was unsuccessful in pleading her case (Numbers 12:14). We know how to criticise and yes, constructive criticism is good but let’s remember we’re all imperfect people leaning on a perfect Jesus to walk us through the journey of becoming like Him. So, rather than criticise, let’s lift each other in love and prayer. This continues to minister to me and I pray it ministers to as many as admit that this is an area in their life that needs to be dealt with.

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22. January 2017 · Comments Off on STILL A PASTOR IN PRISON · Categories: Contentment, God's Plan, Humility, Jesus Christ, Patience, Relationship, Vision

While they were in prison, Pharaoh’s cup-bearer and baker each had a dream one night, and each dream had its own meaning. When Joseph saw them the next morning, HE NOTICED THAT THEY BOTH LOOKED UPSET. “WHY DO YOU LOOK SO WORRIED TODAY?” he asked them (Genesis 40: 5-7 NLT)

Beloved, in a world where everyone wants a platform, many do not consider themselves as anything until given a platform and a microphone but our feature text introduces us to a man‎ who was functioning in his calling regardless of where he was. A pastor is one who cares for the needs of his sheep and this was what Joseph did… WHY DO YOU LOOK SO WORRIED TODAY, he asked.

In this story, we are told that… the Lord was with Joseph in the prison and showed him His faithful love. And the Lord made Joseph a favorite with the prison warden. Before long, the warden put Joseph in charge of all the other prisoners and over everything that happened in the prison. The warden had no more worries, because Joseph took care of everything. The Lord was with him and caused everything he did to succeed (Genesis 39:21-23 NLT)‎.

Beloved, before now, with the Lord’s hand on him, Joseph was serving successfully in Potiphar’s house (Genesis 39:2) until he was set up and found himself in prison but Joseph knew that Prison or Potiphar’s house, I am still who I am.‎

I remember reading a story of a pastor of a church who also owned a school where he taught‎. However, the thing was that his church congregation was quite small in comparison to the people that attended his school. So, someone then asked him how it feel to be successful at one and not at the other. “What do you mean?”, he asked. “Who told you I am not successful as a pastor? “The Lord called me to be a pastor of a church. He never once told me to how many people”. Beloved, that was his reply.

Beloved, Jesus said… “If you are faithful in little things, you will be faithful in large ones. But if you are dishonest in little things, you won’t be honest with greater responsibilities. And if you are untrustworthy about worldly wealth, who will trust you with the true riches of heaven? And if you are not faithful with other people’s things, why should you be trusted with things of your own? (Luke 16:10-12 NLT). Joseph was successful wherever he was and when the Lord saw he was faithful with the few, He then promoted him.

Beloved, Apostle Paul told Timothy… Preach the word of God. Be prepared, whether the time is favorable or not. Patiently correct, rebuke, and encourage your people with good teaching (2 Timothy 4:2 NLT). ‎What this means is that regardless of the situation, go to work. Wherever you perceive a need, you must try to meet that need. You don’t necessarily need a big platform. At any point in time, people in your sphere of influence are your congregation… Your family… your friends… your neighbours… your students… your work colleagues… etc.

This principle can be applied to whatever you do so go to work.

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22. November 2016 · Comments Off on DON’T BE A COMPANY TO MISERY · Categories: Contentment, Jesus Christ, Relationship

Then the foreign rabble who were traveling with the Israelites began to crave the good things of Egypt. And the people of Israel also began to complain. “Oh, for some meat!” they exclaimed. “We remember the fish we used to eat for free in Egypt. And we had all the cucumbers, melons, leeks, onions, and garlic we wanted. But now our appetites are gone. All we ever see is this manna!” (Numbers 11:4-6 NLT)‎.

Beloved, have you ever reflected on the influence the people you hang around with have on you? Our feature text is an excerpt from the story of the Israelites journey to the Promise Land. Their journey was meant to be a process; one where they had to trust God to take them through each stage and provide exactly what they needed for that stage. However, they soon got influenced by the people they were travelling with and before they knew it, they were dissatisfied with their current situation. I like how the Message translation puts it…‎ The riffraff among the people had a craving and soon they had the people of Israel whining…

Their whining and complaining did not go unnoticed by the Lord who then gave them what they wanted, but it cost them. Some of them didn’t make it to the Promised Land as a result (Numbers 11:31-33‎).

Beloved, I remember when the Lord warned me about a particular person in my life. Every time they were around me and started complaining about their situation, it prompted me to also start complaining about mine because like the saying goes… “MISERY LIKES COMPANY”. However, the Lord opening my eyes to this Scripture. That was when He told me to be careful about the people that influence me‎.

The Bible says… godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into the world, and we can take nothing out of it. But if we have food and clothing, we will be content with that. Those who want to get rich fall into temptation and a trap and into many foolish and harmful desires that plunge people into ruin and destruction. For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs (1 Timothy 6.6-10 NIV).

‎Beloved, we need to be mindful of the people that influence us. Some of us are content with where we are, what we have and what God is doing in our lives until certain people start to influence us negatively. Sometimes, people around you may cause you to become greedy for things out of your reach right now or to long for the things you left behind and when we give in to the pressure, we could eventually miss our way.

Apostle Paul said… I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances. I know how to survive in tight situations, and I know how to enjoy having plenty. In fact, I have learned how to face any circumstances… (Philippians 4:11-13 Voice).

So, is there anyone around you that’s influencing you negatively or positively?

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11. September 2016 · Comments Off on HOW CONTENT ARE YOU? · Categories: Contentment, Jesus Christ, Thanks giving

…godliness accompanied with contentment (that contentment which is a sense of inward sufficiency) is great and abundant gain (1 Timothy 6:6 AMPC).

Beloved, I remember once asking a lady to keep me in her prayers. However, she replied asking regarding what… “Ministry/ career or family? (Sorry asking more questions- I just don’t want to be religious and say; I’ll be praying)”. LOL… so I had to be specific and then I said… “You always sound very content which I admire so I don’t know what to pray for you. However, I would ask that your cup runs over”. Her reply was… “God’s been good to me on all sides… but of course more grace will not go amiss!”

Wow… I remember I was left thinking no wonder God’s been good to you on all sides. However, I couldn’t help but also think that perhaps, it’s not that everything is exactly perfect in her life but she’s probably learnt to be content and that in itself attracts the Lord’s blessings.

Beloved, most times, we tend to focus on what ‘should be’ rather than ‘what is’ and there are times God may have to show us that things could be worse. Like the saying goes; I used to complain that I had no shoes until I saw someone without any foot. Have you ever had to stop to apologise to God for your ingratitude when you see what others are going through? You are left thinking “what am I complaining about?”

Beloved, while we often tend to complain, let’s try and learn to be content. Paul said… I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want (Philippians 4:11-12 NIV). This is not to say you shouldn’t aim higher but it shouldn’t take over your life.

I once watched a play of two women approaching the throne of God. One was full of complaints.. Lord You haven’t done this and that. However, instead of giving her what she wanted, the Lord asked ‘perseverance’, ‘patience…’ to follow her home. On the other hand, even before the other lady approached His throne, God could hear her singing from afar. When she got to Him, the Lord asked what she wanted but she said… “Nothing! I’m still praising You for what You did last time”. The Lord was so impressed with her that He started dispatching blessings to follow her. She went away singing and dancing but by this time, the Lord’s feet was moving to her singing and when He couldn’t contain Himself anymore, He got up and said… In fact, wait for Me… I, myself would follow you.

Beloved, I remember someone saying that one of the basic differences between God and humans is that God gives, gives and forgives. But the human gets, gets, gets and forgets. So here’s a challenge; why not decide that this week you are going to try and look for ways to give, give and forgive?

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19. March 2016 · Comments Off on BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR · Categories: Contentment, Humility, Jealousy, Relationship

They said, “Has the Lord spoken only through Moses? Hasn’t he spoken through us, too?” But the Lord heard them (Numbers 12:2 NLT).

Beloved, the above conversation was what took place between Miriam and Aaron, Moses siblings. As I read this, what I found interesting was how people responded to Moses’ gift compared to how Moses responded to it. They were jealous while Moses who knows and feels the burden was like… they can have it all.

Remember when… a young man ran and reported to Moses, “Eldad and Medad are prophesying in the camp!” Joshua son of Nun, who had been Moses’ assistant since his youth, protested, “Moses, my master, make them stop!” But Moses replied, “ARE YOU JEALOUS FOR MY SAKE? I WISH THAT ALL THE LORD’S PEOPLE WERE PROPHETS and that the Lord would put His Spirit upon them all!” (Numbers 11:27-29 NLT)

This is the same Moses that just cried out to the Lord… Why are You so hard on me? I am your devoted servant. Why don’t You look on me with affection? Why do I have the great burden of these spiteful people? Did I conceive them, bear them, and give birth to them? Why should You tell me to carry them—as a nanny does some suckling infant—into the land that You swore to their ancestors?… I simply cannot keep carrying them along. They are way too heavy. If You plan to treat me like this, then just kill me now. If You care about me at all, just put me out of my misery so I do not have to live out this distress. (Numbers 11:11-15 VOICE)

Beloved, if only this people could look beyond Moses’ Facebook or Instagram pictures, they would see the burden that Moses was carrying. We should never be jealous about people’s gift. If anything, we should try and emulate what Moses did… For his part, Moses was a UNIQUELY HUMBLE FELLOW, MORE HUMBLE THAN ANYONE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD (Numbers 12:3 VOICE)

And then, he had a very intimate relationship with God. God told Miriam and Aaron… Listen to Me. When there are prophets in your midst, I, the Eternal One, will show Myself to them in visions, and will sound My voice in their dreams. It’s different with My servant, Moses. I have entrusted him above anyone else in My whole house, and with him I communicate face-to-face. We speak directly and without riddles. He can even see the very form of the Eternal… (Numbers 12:7-8 VOICE)

According to my Bible notes, “Moses is described as uniquely close to the Lord… His importance is underscored by God’s unique communication with Moses. It is direct, plain, and without trances, visions, or dreams. Literally, the communication is right in God’s face. The idea here is that it is not veiled but intimate; there is a closeness between God and Moses no other person shares”.

Beloved, BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR. Rather than covet the gift, wish for humility, intimacy with God and contentment because… godliness with contentment is great gain (1 Timothy 6:6 NKJV).

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11. October 2015 · Comments Off on MOVE AT YOUR OWN PACE · Categories: Action, Contentment, God's Plan, Grace, Jesus Christ, Patience, Wisdom

I have observed something else under the sun. The fastest runner doesn’t always win the race, and the strongest warrior doesn’t always win the battle. The wise sometimes go hungry, and the skillful are not necessarily wealthy. And those who are educated don’t always lead successful lives. It is all decided by chance, by being in the right place at the right time (Ecclesiastes 9:11 NLT).

Perhaps you’ve heard this saying that both the tortoise which apparently is the slowest animal in the world and the cheetah which is the fastest animal in the world both made it into Noah’s Ark before the doors were eventually shut.

What is this trying to teach us? Simply that we should do things at our pace and then most importantly, we should stop looking over our shoulders at what others are doing.

Perhaps if the tortoise was always focusing on how fast the other animals that were faster than him were going, things like envy, discouragement, jealousy would take over and instead of focusing on his own journey, his mind would be working on overdrive, plotting strategies to outdo them. That in its self takes energy and would have led him no where.‎

Stop focusing on what others are doing. It doesn’t matter how far they’ve gone. Stop evaluating yourself by what they’ve achieved or have…. The Lord apportions gifts according to your ability… He gave five bags of silver to one, two bags of silver to another, and one bag of silver to the last—dividing it in proportion to their abilities (Matthew 25:15 NLT).

And then learn to be content with what you have because…. godliness actually is a source of great gain when accompanied by contentment [that contentment which comes from a sense of inner confidence based on the sufficiency of God] (1 Timothy 6:6 AMP).

Apostle Paul said… I know what it is to be in need and what it is to have more than enough. I have learned this secret, so that anywhere, at any time, I am content, whether I am full or hungry, whether I have too much or too little. I have the strength to face all conditions by the power that Christ gives me (Philippians 4:12-13 GNT).

Beloved, that’s the secret. Learn to be content and maintain a pace towards your goal that works for you‏. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t aspire to be better but don’t let unhealthy competition, comparing yourself to others, ‎jealousy or any of that negative stuff be your motive for wanting to move ahead. What you need is the Lord’s favour and direction and like I heard someone say recently “stop wasting time in one position asking the Lord for signs before you make a move. Rather, ask for directions because you are bound to find the signs along the way as you move ahead.

Do this and see the Lord’s hand of grace and favour in all that you do.

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14. March 2015 · Comments Off on DO YOU THINK IT’S EASY?‏ · Categories: Contentment, Jesus Christ, Suffering

Two men, Eldad and Medad, had stayed behind in the camp. They were listed among the elders, but they had not gone out to the Tabernacle. Yet the Spirit rested upon them as well, so they prophesied there in the camp. A young man ran and reported to Moses, “Eldad and Medad are prophesying in the camp!” Joshua son of Nun, who had been Moses’ assistant since his youth, protested, “Moses, my master, make them stop!” But Moses replied, “ARE YOU JEALOUS FOR MY SAKE? I wish that all the Lord’s people were prophets and that the Lord would put His Spirit upon them all!” (Numbers 11:26-29 NLT)

Every time I read this portion of Scripture, I can’t help but laugh. Here’s Moses’ assistant thinking that no one else should share in what the Lord has placed on Moses but I like how Moses responds to him as if to say… do you think this is just for prestige? Do you know what I have to go through on a daily basis? Do you think it’s easy to be me?

Moses was actually wishing he could just die. He had just finished complaining to the Lord that the task of leading God’s people was too much for him. He asked God… Did I give birth to them? Did I bring them into the world? Why did you tell me to carry them in my arms like a mother carries a nursing baby? How can I carry them to the land you swore to give their ancestors? Where am I supposed to get meat for all these people? They keep whining to me, saying, ‘Give us meat to eat!’ I can’t carry all these people by myself! The load is far too heavy! If this is how you intend to treat me, just go ahead and kill me. Do me a favor and spare me this misery!”(Numbers 11:12-15 NLT)

Hmmm… Recently, someone was telling of how her assistant was fighting to take front stage in the ministry God entrusted to her and the same question came to mind… Do you think it’s easy? Do you know the daily battles one have to fight? According to the words of gospel artist, Cece Winans… You don’t know the cost of the oil in my alabaster box‎…

Recently, I was telling a friend who was going through some immerse trials that “I definitely did not have the grace put on you to go through this but I envy you because of the great outpouring of power and blessings that will follow. However, I don’t think I can pay the price”.

“Do you think it’s easy being me?” is what Moses was saying. Jesus said the same thing… can you taste from the bitter cup I’m about to taste? (Mark 10: 37-39‎)

Have you set your eyes on someone and want (or are coveting) their position? Do you know the cross they have to carry? There’s a price to pay. Are you prepared to pay it?

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10. March 2015 · Comments Off on WHAT INFLUENCE HAS THE PEOPLE YOU HANG AROUND WITH GOT ON YOU? · Categories: Contentment, Friends, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Relationship, Trusting God

Then the foreign rabble who were traveling with the Israelites began to crave the good things of Egypt. And the people of Israel also began to complain. “Oh, for some meat!” they exclaimed. “We remember the fish we used to eat for free in Egypt. And we had all the cucumbers, melons, leeks, onions, and garlic we wanted. But now our appetites are gone. All we ever see is this manna!” (Numbers 11:4-6 NLT)‎.

Have you ever reflected on the influence the people you hang around with have on you? Above is an excerpt from the story of the Israelites journey to the Promise Land. Their journey was meant to be a process; one where they had to trust God to take them through each stage and provide exactly what they needed for that stage. However, they soon got influenced by the people they were travelling with and before they knew it, they were dissatisfied with their current situation. I like how the Message translation puts it…‎ The riffraff among the people had a craving and soon they had the people of Israel whining…

Their whining and complaining did not go unnoticed by the Lord who then gave them what they wanted, but it cost them. Some of them didn’t make it to the Promised Land as a result (Numbers 11:31-33‎).

I remember when the Lord warned me about a particular person in my life. Every time they were around me and started complaining about their situation, it prompted me to also start complaining about mine because like the saying goes… “MISERY LIKES COMPANY”. However, I remember the Lord opening my eyes to this Scripture. That was when He told me to be careful about the people I’m travelling with‎. That’s the first lesson to learn from this story.

The second one is that… godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into the world, and we can take nothing out of it. But if we have food and clothing, we will be content with that. Those who want to get rich fall into temptation and a trap and into many foolish and harmful desires that plunge people into ruin and destruction. For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs (1 Timothy 6.6-10 NIV).

‎We need to be mindful of the people we hang around with. Some of us are content with where we are and what we have until certain people start to influence us negatively. Sometimes, people around you may cause you to be discontented, become greedy for things out of your reach right now or to long for the things you left behind and when we give in to the pressure, we could eventually miss our way.

Is your crew influencing you negatively or positively?

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20. December 2014 · Comments Off on HOW CONTENT ARE YOU? · Categories: Contentment, Patience, Perseverance, Praise, Thanks giving

…godliness accompanied with contentment (that contentment which is a sense of inward sufficiency) is great and abundant gain (1 Timothy 6:6 AMP).

Yesterday, I asked a lady to keep me in her prayers. However, she replied asking regarding what… “Ministry/ career or family? (Sorry asking more questions- I just don’t want to be religious and say; I’ll be praying)”. LOL… so I had to be specific and then I said… “You always sound very content which I admire so don’t know what to pray for you but would ask that your cup runs over”.

Her reply was… “God’s been good to me on all sides… but of course more grace will not go amiss!”

Wow… no wonder God’s been good to her on all sides. However, I couldn’t help thinking that perhaps, it’s not that everything is exactly perfect but she’s probably learnt to be content and that in itself attracts the Lord’s blessings.

Most times, we tend to focus on what ‘should be’ rather than ‘what is’ and there are times God may have to show us that it could be worse. Over the past few weeks, I’ve had to visit the sick in several hospitals including a children’s hospital and when you see a young baby crying nonstop and the doctors are talking of performing dialysis and kidney transplant on the baby, you leave there thinking what am I complaining about? Have you ever had to stop to apologise to God for your ingratitude when you see what others are going through?

A few days ago my mum sent me one of those messages that said… One of the basic differences between God and humans is, God gives, gives and forgives. But the human gets, gets, gets and forgets.

While we often tend to complain, let’s learn to be content. Paul said… I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want (Philippians 4:11-12 NIV).

This is not to say you shouldn’t aim higher but it shouldn’t take over your life.

I once watched a play of two women approaching the throne of God. One was full of complaints.. Lord You haven’t done this and that. However, instead of giving her what she wanted, the Lord asked ‘perseverance’, ‘patience…’ to follow her home. On the other hand, even before the other lady approached His throne, God could hear her singing from afar. When she got to Him, the Lord asked what she wanted but she said… “Nothing! I’m still praising You for what You did last time”. The Lord was so impressed with her that He started dispatching blessings to follow her. She went away singing and dancing but by this time, the Lord’s feet was moving to her singing and when He couldn’t contain Himself anymore, He got up and said… In fact, wait for Me… I, myself would follow you.

Hmmm… Hope this ministers to you?

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