30. June 2013 · Comments Off on WHAT ARE YOU PRAYING FOR? HAVE YOU GOT ACTIVE FAITH? · Categories: Action, Faith, God's Plan, Jesus Christ

We always hear people say if you have faith, your prayers would be answered and so the question you’ve got to ask is if you’ve really got faith. We’ve also heard that faith without works is dead and I like how the Message translation put it…

Dear friends, do you think you’ll get anywhere in this if you learn all the right words but never do anything? Does merely talking about faith indicate that a person really has it? For instance, you come upon an old friend dressed in rags and half-starved and say, “Good morning, friend! Be clothed in Christ! Be filled with the Holy Spirit!” and walk off without providing so much as a coat or a cup of soup—where does that get you? Isn’t it obvious that God-talk without God-acts is outrageous nonsense? (James 2:14-17 MSG)

Now let’s see one man’s faith in action. We are told of Cornelius… He was a devout, God-fearing man, as was everyone in his household. HE GAVE GENEROUSLY TO THE POOR AND PRAYED REGULARLY TO GOD (Acts 10:2 NLT). And on one faithful day, an angel of God appeared to him in a vision and said…“YOUR PRAYERS AND GIFTS TO THE POOR have been RECEIVED BY GOD AS AN OFFERING! (Acts 10:4 NLT)

I can’t help but wonder what he prayed for but I like that the text highlights that God also noticed his gifts to the poor which He received as an offering to Himself and this set the ball rolling for this man and his family. God started moving people on his behalf. Peter had a vision and… as Peter was puzzling over the vision, the Holy Spirit said to him, “Three men have come looking for you. Get up, go downstairs, and go with them without hesitation…” (Acts 10:19-20 NLT)

That was how Peter started ministering to them about Christ and… even as Peter was saying these things, the Holy Spirit fell upon all who were listening to the message. The Jewish believers who came with Peter were amazed that the gift of the Holy Spirit had been poured out on the Gentiles, too (Acts 10:44-45 NLT).

Why the surprise? If he, a mere man was generous with his gifts to other men, do you think God would hold back his own gifts? Dear beloved, that was how this man’s family got on God’s salvation train. His prayer backed with good deeds contributed to changing the destiny of the entire Gentiles.

Have you got active faith? My brother was telling me the other day how he wants to start giving back to the community by volunteering. He said it shouldn’t be just Take! Take! Take! What about you? Can you decide on actions you can take to back your prayers? As you do so, I pray you receive a divine visitation that would turn things around for your family in Jesus matchless name… Amen

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29. June 2013 · Comments Off on STOP DECIDING HOW GOD SHOULD BRING IT TO PASS · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ

God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams… (Ephesians 3:20 MSG) so why do you keep concluding that the case is closed. You take one look at what’s in front of you and say nothing good can come out of this situation but as far as you keep reasoning things out in your senses, you would always think that way. Haven’t you heard that you should… Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding? (Proverbs 3:5 NKJV)

What will it take for you to get it? The Message translation says… Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own.

Is your case like that of Naomi? She had decided it was the end of the road for her after her husband and sons died… Naomi was firm: “Go back, my dear daughters. Why would you come with me? Do you suppose I still have sons in my womb who can become your future husbands? Go back, dear daughters—on your way, please! I’m too old to get a husband. Why, even if I said, ‘There’s still hope!’ and this very night got a man and had sons, can you imagine being satisfied to wait until they were grown? Would you wait that long to get married again?…” (Ruth 1:11-13 MSG)

Oh poor Naomi! In your own understanding, that’s how you’ve reasoned that God should work but you’ve forgotten that He said… “my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways… As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts (Isaiah 55:8-9 NIV).

How did the story turn out for her daughter-in-law? …AND AS IT HAPPENED, she found herself working in a field that belonged to Boaz, the relative of her father-in-law, Elimelech (Ruth 2:3 NKJV). And all of a sudden, Naomi remembers that… that man is one of our closest relatives, one of our family redeemers.” (Ruth 2:20 NLT)

AND AS IT HAPPENED right? But can’t we see God working? Don’t you think He was the one that kept Ruth on the right track that led to Boaz?

You may look at your situation and not always see a way out but that is why you’ve been told to work by faith and not by sight. Know that Jesus, your redeemer lives… He has a perfect plan to bring you to an expected end so… In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths. (Proverbs 3:6). Today, I pray your faith in the God of all possibility is renewed and in due season, you would be led to that’s thing He is bringing your path. Trust Him and you will soon sing a new song… in Jesus mighty name… Amen

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28. June 2013 · Comments Off on IS JESUS STILL WEEPING? · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Repentance, Restoration, Salvation

John 11:35 “Jesus wept”. The shortest verse in the Bible… I have often wondered on why this ‘little’ phrase stands out as a verse by itself. Could it be the implication of the significance it bears…? Hum! But what comes quickly to mind in light of this verse; “Jesus wept”? What implication or significance is revealed here?

Someone posted this to my Facebook group yesterday so I thought I should share my insight.

Many say Jesus sympathised with those mourning Lazarus’s death and that’s one way to look at it. However, when we understand that this story was a shadow of Jesus’ death and resurrection, it takes on a deeper meaning. Jesus knew they were about to see God’s glory in action; Lazarus would soon walk out from the grave, so His tears must mean more.

The focus of this story is in Jesus saying “I AM THE RESURRECTION AND THE LIFE. The one who believes in Me will live, even though they die” (John 11:25) and I believe while they were weeping for Lazarus, Jesus was weeping for those amongst them that won’t believe in Him because eternal death awaits them. I can only imagine He took one look at them and overwhelmed by what He saw, said to Himself… you’re crying over this man that would soon be resurrected (representing those that believe in Him), what about your own life?

Now, a lot is revealed in how they responded to His weeping… The Jews said, See how [tenderly] He loved him! But some of them said, Could not He Who opened a blind man’s eyes have prevented this man from dying? (John 11:36-37AMP)

How tenderly does He love us? For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life (John 3:16 NIV).

They also mention the blind man’s healing but we see from that story that Jesus addresses spiritual blindness. Jesus said… As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.” (John 9:5). He then says… “I came into the world to bring everything into the clear light of day, making all the distinctions clear, so that those who have never seen will see, and those who have made a great pretense of seeing will be exposed as blind.” Some Pharisees overheard Him and said, “Does that mean you’re calling us blind?” Jesus said, “If you were really blind, you would be blameless, but since you claim to see everything so well, you’re accountable for every fault and failure.” (John 9:39-41 MSG)

Jesus tried to open their eyes to prevent them from eternal death and His tears were because many chose to remain blind.

Concluding Lazarus story… Jesus, again groaning in Himself, came to the tomb… (John 11:38 NKJV). Does this shadow the pain Jesus experienced as He went to the cross? His steps were taken to reverse the damage of sin and death and it’s sad when you think… He came to His own and they rejected Him (John 1:11).

Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead and… many of the people who were with Mary believed in Jesus when they saw this happen. But some went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done (John 11:45-46 NLT) and they began plotting His death. Dear beloved, Jesus died so you may have life but could He still be weeping over your life? The entrance and unfolding of His words give light (Psalm 119:130) and as you read this I pray His light is shed to reveal any spiritual blindness in your life.

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27. June 2013 · Comments Off on DEVELOPING A TRUE WORSHIPPER’S SPIRIT · Categories: Jesus Christ, Relationship, Revelation, Worship

God is a Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship Him IN SPIRIT AND IN TRUTH (John 4:24 KJV).

I’ve spent the last couple of years trying to develop a true relationship with the Lord and it’s going great. However, there’re times when we don’t get along. It’s nothing to do with Him; It’s all me. These are the times when my flesh kicks in and I try to blackmail Him by saying… if You really love me like You say You do, then why haven’t you done this, this and that. Just a couple of days ago, I had to ask for His grace and help to get me out of a funny mood because honestly I wasn’t in the best of moods to talk to Him.

LOL… I can just hear the reaction of all you religious people like you’ve never felt that way before. I’m being honest but here’s the deal; God has told me He has given me the gift of a worshipper and being in His training camp, He’s got me exactly where He wants me. He’s teaching me to get to the point where I say even if You don’t do anything else for me, I’ll still worship You. I say it but He wants to know if it’s just cheap talk.

Anyway, the Lord started ministering to me about being a true worshipper. You don’t worship God based on things He does for you. That’s thanksgiving. We worship God for who He is and our relationship with Him is not intellectual or physical. It’s got nothing to do with our reasoning or how we feel.

The unborn John in his mother’s womb recognised Jesus and worshipped Him. Elizabeth told Mary… as soon as the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the baby in my womb leaped for joy (Luke 1:44). That was John’s spirit connecting with Jesus. However, the physical John, the same one that recognised and baptised Jesus, had a different reaction when facing trials… John the Baptist, who was in prison, heard about all the things the Messiah was doing. So he sent his disciples to ask Jesus, “ARE YOU THE MESSIAH WE’VE BEEN EXPECTING, or should we keep looking for someone else?” (Matthew 11:2-3 NLT). That was his flesh talking; the same way we doubt God when we face hard times.

We worship God with our spirit and not our senses so we can’t say… Lord, I can’t feel your presence or I can’t see you working so I don’t feel like worshiping You today. We know true love says I love you for who you are regardless of your circumstance. In the same way, true worship says I worship You for who You are regardless of my circumstance. Today, I pray we receive this revelation because that’s when a true relationship with God begins… the point when our spirit leaps when we connect with His Spirit.

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26. June 2013 · Comments Off on FINDING DIRECTION THROUGH REJECTION · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Rejection

Beloved, do you know that if Jesus wasn’t REJECTED by the Jewish leaders, they wouldn’t have had a reason to crucify Him? The only reason they nailed Him to the cross was because they REJECTED Him as their king. He came to His own people, and even they rejected Him (John 1:11 NLT) but that was how God’s plan was achieved. Peter said… You REJECTED this Holy, Righteous One and instead demanded the release of a murderer… But God was fulfilling what all the prophets had foretold about the Messiah—that He must suffer these things (Acts 3:14, 18 NLT).

Personally, I’ve experienced so many rejections that I almost thought there was something wrong with me? Does the enemy take the words that come out of my mouth and muddle them up so people don’t understand what I’m trying to say? However, I heard someone say that God uses REJECTION to give you DIRECTION. One of the ways He moves you from where you are is to allow trials and REJECTION.

This is so true. When doors are slammed in your face; people you rely on abandon you; people walk out on you and you’re left all alone, you’ve got no choice but to turn to God and ask why all this? Then He would say, “well… I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb. Before you were born I set you apart… (Jeremiah 1:5 NLT). However, you came out and followed a different path but now that I’ve your attention, here’s the plan. You may have to suffer many things but don’t worry… after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to His eternal glory in Christ, will Himself restore, CONFIRM, strengthen, and ESTABLISH you (1 Peter 5:10 ESV) then those people that rejected you will come looking for you.

1 Peter 2:4 (NLT) says… You are coming to Christ, who is the living cornerstone of God’s temple. He was REJECTED BY PEOPLE, but He was chosen by God for great honor.

REJECTION happens in various ways. People may refuse to accept or believe in you. People may misunderstand you and not want to consider anything you have to say. One online Dictionary says it means to discard as defective or useless; throw away; but I like how the Amplified Bible says Jesus is the… Living Stone which men TRIED AND THREW AWAY… Peter also told the Jewish leaders… This [Jesus] is the Stone which was DESPISED AND REJECTED by you, the builders, but which has become the Head of the corner [the Cornerstone] (Acts 4:11 AMP).

Have you been experiencing rejection all your life? Turn to God. Paul said… the first time I was brought before the judge, no one came with me. EVERYONE ABANDONED ME…But the Lord stood with me and gave me strength SO THAT I might preach the Good News in its entirety for all the Gentiles to hear… (2 Timothy 4:16-17 NLT). There’s a ‘SO THAT’ on your life. It’s time to ask God what it is and as you do so, I pray you find the direction you’ve been looking for.

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25. June 2013 · Comments Off on APPRECIATE THE ‘NOT SO OBVIOUS’ HE’S BEING DOING · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Thanks giving

Last week, as I was driving back from the airport after dropping a friend off, I looked around my car and started thanking God. I’m a typical female when it comes to maintaining cars. Actually, I’m worse because that would suggest I do any kind of maintenance at all. All I know to do is buy fuel. However, immediately I enter the car and turn on the ignition, the car starts and I’m off. You may not count that as a miracle but my mum told me a story of a lady who had been experiencing marital problems and one day, as she drove back from work, her car broke down and that was it. One more thing and that was the thing that drove her over the edge… she ran mad.

As I drove back home, with my music as loud as ever, I found myself thanking and praising God for a long time because being humans that we are, we tend to complain about the things we feel God has not done in our lives and forget the ‘NOT SO OBVIOUS’ things He does that makes life sustainable.

We know the story of the Israelites; they complained over everything… they complained till God got so fed up with them and in fact when you read their story and see how they complained almost immediately after God had delivered them from one trouble, you are bound to say ‘are you people complaining again?’ But we do the same. Imagine if we were to record how many times you complained in just one month for people to read, would it beat their record?

The Israelites spent 40 years in the wilderness and Moses had to remind them … For all these forty years your CLOTHES DIDN’T WEAR OUT, and YOUR FEET DIDN’T BLISTER OR SWELL (Deuteronomy 8:4 NLT). I’m sure they didn’t see that as a miracle.

We often say Lord, let Your will be done in my life and we look out to find out what the big will of God is… we say bring it on, I’m ready to carry my cross but the Bible says… Thank [God] in everything [no matter what the circumstances may be, be thankful and give thanks], FOR THIS IS THE WILL OF GOD FOR YOU [who are] in Christ Jesus [the Revealer and Mediator of that will] (1 Thessalonians 5:18 Amp).

The song writer said… ‘Count your blessings and name them one by one and it would surprise you what the Lord has done’. What has the Lord surprised you with? Are you grateful? Why not spend sometime today reflecting on the ‘NOT SO OBVIOUS’ HE’S BEING DOING and sincerely thank Him from the bottom of your heart. As you do so and decide to make it a habit, I pray that you see everything God has ordained for your life fall into place in Jesus mighty name… Amen.

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24. June 2013 · Comments Off on COULD IT BE YOU’RE WRESTLING WITH THE LORD? · Categories: Blessing, God's Plan, Patience, Suffering

There’re some situations you face that just seem to take so long. You pray all the prayers you know to pray; you do all the fasting you know to do; you do everything God has asked you to do; you find yourself in a fight and you feel the enemy is battling against your breakthrough so you embark on serious spiritual warfare; you bind and bind until there’s no demon on your street anymore; still nothing changes. Maybe it’s time to stop and think… COULD IT BE I’M WRESTLING WITH THE LORD? Does He want to bring about some changes in me?

We know about Jacob… A Man wrestled with him until daybreak (Genesis 32:24 Amp).

Jacob battled with this Man at night and couldn’t see who it was so to him, it could have been anyone. Maybe he thought it was his uncle Laban, whom he had just managed to escape from. Or maybe his brother Esau, whom he swindled out of his birth right. After all, Esau was after his life. Jacob was fighting for his life against whomever but quitting was not an option.

The Bible says the Man… did not prevail against Jacob (Genesis 32:25 Amp) and there must have been a time when Jacob realised it wasn’t an ordinary Man he was wrestling with. He must have said… this can’t be the enemy because the enemy fights nasty; there would have been blood everywhere by now and fighting with the enemy all night, instead of getting weaker, I’m getting stronger; my strength it being renewed. Things are working out for my good. The only things I’m losing in this battle are things that are not good for me. Common this can only be God… I will not let You go until You bless me.

Jacob wrestles with a Man and prevailed not knowing it was God. What does this mean? The fact that you hung in there and didn’t give up; you’re prevailing. You keep seeking God’s face even when He says absolutely nothing and instead of giving up when you don’t know which prayer to say anymore, you change strategy and start praising and worshiping Him like never before; After you’ve done all to stand, you remain standing; you’re prevailing… and after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace [Who imparts all blessing and favor], Who has called you to His [own] eternal glory in Christ Jesus, will Himself complete and MAKE YOU WHAT YOU OUGHT TO BE, establish and ground you securely, and strengthen, and settle you (1 Peter 5:10 AMP).

God said to Jacob… Your name shall be called no more Jacob [supplanter], but Israel [contender with God]; for you have contended and have power with God and with men and have prevailed (Genesis 32:28 Amp). Daybreak came and God MADE HIM WHAT HE OUGHT TO BE. Your own daybreak is coming. Hang in there and this will be your testimony in the mighty name of Jesus Christ…Amen

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23. June 2013 · Comments Off on A HUMBLE REQUEST · Categories: Wisdom · Tags:

In today’s world, we come across many people in leadership positions that unfortunately don’t know what they are doing. Many talk the talk but that’s as far as it goes. Many lives have been destroyed because of bad leadership in nations, homes and even the church.

I’m humbled by King Solomon’s prayer. The Lord appeared to him in a dream saying, “Ask Me for anything and I’ll give it to you” What did Solomon ask for? He said… I am like a little child who DOESN’T KNOW HIS WAY AROUND. And here I am in the midst of your own chosen people, a nation so great and numerous they cannot be counted! GIVE ME AN UNDERSTANDING HEART SO THAT I CAN GOVERN YOUR PEOPLE WELL AND KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RIGHT AND WRONG. For who by himself is able to govern this great people of Yours?” (1 Kings 3:7-9 NLT)

The Message Translation says… Give me a GOD-LISTENING HEART so I can lead your people well… The Lord’s agenda and His people were the most important thing to him. It wasn’t about exercising authority, fame, money and all of that stuff that we kill ourselves over.

This gladdens my heart because most times I don’t know what I’m doing and I’m always asking God for wisdom to deal with situations; Lord, how do I tackle this? How do I respond to this? You know the person You created inside out and if You leave me on my own I’m gonna do some really messy stuff and that’s the truth. I used to be one of those people afraid to put up my hands and ask a question because I felt people would think it was a stupid question… not until I found out that this same people did not know either. Now when I attend a meeting or training, I immediately tell people that I’m going to be the one asking all the stupid question so please pardon me.

When you come to the Lord and admit you don’t know what you are doing, He is more than ready to hold your hand. After all, we’ve been told… If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you (James 1:5 NIV).

The Message Translation says… If you don’t know what you’re doing, pray to the Father. He loves to help. You’ll get His help, and won’t be condescended to when you ask for it.

The Lord was pleased that Solomon had asked for wisdom (1 Kings 3:10) because it’s key to success. Do you know we often pray amiss? But that’s why we have the Holy Spirit. Shouldn’t we take advantage of His wise counsel? Today, let’s ask for a GOD-LISTENING HEART and I pray that we receive the wisdom to be better leaders/future leaders/parents/people; just like God expects us to be in Jesus name… Amen

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22. June 2013 · Comments Off on ARE YOU CAIN? PT 3 · Categories: Jesus Christ, Repentance, Salvation, Sin, Worship

Concluding the Cain and Abel story, Cain murders Abel and God asks, “Where is your brother Abel?” “I don’t know,” he replied. “AM I MY BROTHER’S KEEPER?” (Genesis 4:9 NIV)

Here, we see a shift in responsibility but it didn’t start with Cain. It started when daddy told God; it was… “the woman you put here with me—she gave me some fruit from the tree, and I ate it (Gen 3:12). Dear parent, when you see your children manifesting certain behaviours, please be careful to check yourself first to see where it came from.

Anyway, surely God saw everything so must have been giving Cain a chance to confess. But how does Cain respond? Did he think God didn’t see what happened? Did Cain share the opinion of many today that God doesn’t pay attention to what we do in secret? There was a time someone was trying to convince me of a big lie using God’s name and I remember telling them that as far as the Almighty God they are calling is convinced, that’s all that matters. But is He?

The Lord sees everything, even our thoughts. Someone said Cain’s wickedness did not begin when he killed his brother. God who knows the heart observed the stages of his thinking and realised the cruelty of his intentions. Today, there’s the issue of murder and all sorts in our society and we only need to be reminded about the root of Cain’s murder; jealousy and anger. But taking a step back, it started with not worshiping God the way He desires.

Abel’s blood cried for vengeance but Cain cried for mercy and God placed a mark on Cain to protect him (Genesis 4:15). What does this reveal about God? We see a God who holds justice in one hand and mercy in the other and He’s still the same today. He sent Jesus to die for our sins and His sprinkled blood… speaks of forgiveness instead of crying out for vengeance like the blood of Abel (Hebrews 12:24 NLT) and today we need to reflect on how we’ve responded to His powerful mercy and grace because the day is coming when we will face His hand of Justice.

Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship (Romans 12:1 NIV). And remember, a living sacrifice is tied to the altar and not free to do as they like. 1 John 3 tells of the line of Cain we shouldn’t follow. In contrast, Hebrews 11 tells of the line of historic characters like Abel we are commanded to follow. I highly recommend you meditate on these passages.

So far, we’ve seen how Cain responses to; 1) God’s call to worship, 2) God’s warning and 3) God’s call for repentance. I don’t know if you’ve identified any Cainistic characteristics in you. I know I have and I pray that as we chose to turn to God in true worship, we see all of them drop of one by one.

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21. June 2013 · Comments Off on ARE YOU CAIN? PT 2 · Categories: Anger, Choices, Jesus Christ, Repentance

Continuing the Cain and Abel story, the Lord looked with favor on Abel and his offering… but on Cain and his offering he did not look with favor. So Cain was very angry, and his face was downcast. Then the Lord said to Cain, “Why are you angry? Why is your face downcast? If you do what is right, will you not be accepted? But if you do not do what is right, sin is crouching at your door; it desires to have you, but you must rule over it.” (Genesis 4:7NIV).

Sin was already crouching at this family’s door through their parent’s sin so it pitched its tent outside Cain’s bedroom but Cain ignored God’s warning. However, Cain can confirm what the Bible says about anger… “In your anger do not sin”: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, and do not give the devil a foothold (Ephesians 4:26-27 NIV).

Now let’s backtrack and see how his anger becomes a weapon in satan’s hand. After the fall of man, God tells satan… “I will put enmity between you and the woman, and BETWEEN YOUR OFFSPRING AND HERS; He will crush your head, and you will strike his heel.” (Genesis 3:15 NIV).

From this statement, there’s an expectation of the Messiah and satan’s on the lookout… who’s He and how can I get rid of Him? Abel brought a more acceptable offering providing evidence that he was a righteous man and God showed His approval (Hebrews 11:4)… could he be the one? However, Cain does what’s wrong and then responds with anger. He becomes the right candidate for satan’s plot to terminate Abel.

Cain failed to control his anger and I’m sure the more he thought about it, satan started filling his head with all sorts of lies. Why would they mention Abel’s profession before yours (Genesis 4:2) like yours is not important? Don’t you know everyone prefers Abel; He will steal your birth right if you’re not careful. Cain probably became angrier and angrier until he couldn’t stand Abel anymore and so said… Abel, “Let’s go out to the field (Genesis 4:8) and we know what happens there.

Cain’s anger was directed at his brother; why? Was he Jealous because Abel got God’s approval? Did he look at Abel and say this goody too shoes; everybody’s always praises him. Did he want what Abel had but wasn’t willing to do what Abel did to get it? When we don’t do what God expects from us, should we resent others who do and are blessed for it? Are your eyes on people in church rather than on God? Cain was warned but like someone said, we tend to underestimate the power of the predator. Sin hides itself and God was saying there’s something crouching behind that very ordinary grudge, jealousy and anger.

How do you deal with correction? Are you easily offended? Envious of others? ARE YOU CAIN?

TO BE CONTINUED…

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