31. March 2015 · Comments Off on DON’T STRUGGLE TO RESUSCITATE WHAT GOD IS TRYING TO KILL · Categories: Forgive, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Restoration, Trusting God

‎…God afflicted the child that Uriah’s wife bore to David, and he came down sick. David prayed desperately to God for the little boy. He fasted, wouldn’t go out, and slept on the floor. The elders in his family came in and tried to get him off the floor, but he wouldn’t budge. Nor could they get him to eat anything (2 Samuel 12.15-17 MSG).

‎“Are you struggling to resuscitate what God is trying to kill!?” a preacher asked recently.

This question immediately brought back some bitter-sweet memories. What do you do when you do all you know to do to save something that God is trying to kill?

During that period, I prayed, I fasted, I tried to blackmail God with all the Scriptures I knew but God wasn’t having any of it. That’s because what I was struggling to keep was built on a very faulty foundation and there are times when God would have to uproot things so He can build afresh.

I love that God’s mercy prevails because like me, David was truly repentant of his past mistakes… David confessed to Nathan, “I have sinned against the Lord.” Nathan replied, “Yes, but the Lord has forgiven you, and you won’t die for this sin. Nevertheless, because you have shown utter contempt for the word of the Lord by doing this, your child will die.”(2 Samuel 12.13-14 NLT)‎.

This was hard for David and who knows? He may have questioned… how can you have fully forgiven me if the child still has to die? He had no idea that God had plans to wondrously correct the wrong he had done. However, it was only when David finally let go that he was able to experience what God had in stock.‎

‎After the child died… David arose from the floor, washed, anointed himself, changed his apparel, and went into the house of the Lord and worshiped. Then he came to his own house… and he ate. Then his servants said to him, what is this that you have done? You fasted and wept while the child was alive, but when the child was dead, you arose and ate food. David said, while the child was still alive, I fasted and wept… but now he is dead; why should I fast? Can I bring him back again… David comforted Bathsheba his wife, and went to her and lay with her; and she bore a son, and she called his name Solomon. And the Lord loved [the child] (2 Samuel 12.20-24 AMP)

Hmmm… sometimes, we spend our energy trying to resuscitate what God is trying to totally kill. However, if we can just learn to let go and trust Him, we would see that He has something better for us…

For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope (Jeremiah 29:11NLT).

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30. March 2015 · Comments Off on LIVING OUT THE DIVINE SCRIPT‎‏ · Categories: Choices, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Obedience

‎Then I said, Behold, here I am, coming to do Your will, O God–[to fulfill] what is written of Me in the volume of the Book (Hebrew 10:7 AMP).

Over the past couple of weeks, we have been looking at this topic in church – LIVING THE DIVINE SCRIPT; that is, living your life according to the plan that the Lord specifically had in mind for you before He created and formed you in your mother’s womb. ‎You were then brought in to this world with a particular role to play and a particular purpose to fulfil which is meant to fit in to the Lord’s overall plan for humanity. However, immediately we get here, we tend to act out many different scripts written by others who think they know how best to run your own life.

This is not to talk of the script that we write for our own selves. However, that’s when the struggle begins because the Lord is sure not going to pay the bill for what He did not order.

The reason many of us struggle a lot is because we are acting out our own script. However, like Joyce Meyer would say, we have to get to that point where we give up and realise that we are not smart enough to run our own lives. We must then refer back to the instruction manual.

Are you acting out the divine script or are you acting out another. Yesterday, the Bishop of my church was talking about the fact that the divine script also includes things like who the Lord’s will is for your spouse. However, what we tend to find today is ‘what we have joined together’ and not ‘what the Lord has joined together’ (please don’t shoot the messenger). It’s the same with our choice of careers and everything else that we get involved in but I’m sure if we go back to the books, we won’t find any record of many of the things we are currently involved in.

The divine script comes with power, strength, favour, goodness… you name it. It also comes with its own challenges because the devil will fight you on every side. You would definitely have your cross to carry and when you see the challenges in front of you, you may want to give up but that’s when you are allowed to be vulnerable enough to say… Father, if You are willing, remove this cup from Me; yet not My will, but [always] Yours be done (Luke 22:42 AMP).‎ His will would definitely prevail but He would give you the strength to pull through.

‎Do you know whose script you are living out today? Perhaps you need to make this your prayer… Father, from now on, I want to only act out Your divine script.

The Message translation says… “I’m here to do it your way, O God, the way it’s described in your Book.”

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29. March 2015 · Comments Off on WHAT WOULD IT TAKE FOR YOU TO GET WHAT THE LORD IS SAYING TO YOU‏? · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Obedience, Patience

Then the Lord gave the donkey the ability to speak. “What have I done to you that deserves your beating me three times?” it asked Balaam (Numbers 22:28 NLT).

I remember a time at work when my laptop was misbehaving and acting very slow. I got really impatient and irritated that I started to talk to it and I think I hit it but coincidentally, it made a funny sound that my manager had to ask; “did you hear it talk back to you?” “Yes I did!!!” Who knows what it was trying to say? Why are you hitting me like that? Or why are you being so impatient? If you can just be patient, I would soon respond to your request. LOL. I’m sure God was trying to teach me patience then.

We laughed about it but reading Balaam’s story reminds me of that incident which is one of those funny Bible stories where someone refused to listen to the Lord’s warning so He had to use an unusual situation to catch his attention.

I also remember when the Lord was teaching me to find peace in Him and I wasn’t having any of it. During that period, my car used to give me so much trouble. It was once thing after the other and I was just throwing my money until one day I had enough so I sat in the car to have a hearty conversation with it. I said, “before I started driving, I used to take the bus and I didn’t die so if you dare try to trouble me again, rather than allow you rob me of my peace, I would just park you on the road side, leave you there and take a bus. ‎That would be the end of me and you”. I really meant it but you won’t believe that from that moment, the car seized to give me any problem. That was when I realised that God was using the car to tell me something.

The Lord was against Balaam’s mission and that’s why he was facing so much resistance. His donkey kept misbehaving on the road so Balaam kept hitting it… “Why did you beat your donkey those three times?” the angel of the Lord demanded. “Look, I have come to block your way because you are stubbornly resisting me…‎ then Balaam confessed to the angel of the Lord, “I have sinned. I didn’t realize you were standing in the road to block my way. I will return home if you are against my going.”‎ (Numbers 22:32,34 NLT).

Balaam didn’t realise that the Lord was using his rebellious donkey to tell his rebellious self something and if God can use a donkey to talk to Balaam, he can use any situation to talk to you, so what is He using to speak to you today?

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28. March 2015 · Comments Off on BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN ACTIONS · Categories: Action, Fruit of the Spirit, God's Plan, Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, Self Control

BECAUSE OF YOU, the Lord was also angry with me and said, “You won’t enter the land either (Deuteronomy 1:37 EXB)

I always feel sorry for Moses when I read how he didn’t enter the Promised Land he sweated so much for just because people made him angry but there’s a big lesson to be learnt here. Isn’t it sad to find out that reacting to other people’s actions towards you could be the reason you’re not able take hold of God’s promises?

Moses said… I pleaded with the Lord… Please let me cross the Jordan to see the wonderful land on the other side, the beautiful hill country and the Lebanon mountains.’ “But the Lord was angry with me BECAUSE OF YOU, and He would not listen to me. ‘That’s enough!’ He declared. ‘Speak of it no more. But go up to Pisgah Peak, and look over the land in every direction. Take a good look, but you may not cross the Jordan River (Deuteronomy 3:23-27 NLT).

Sad isn’t it? And why? Because people made him very angry. I’ve said this before and I think it’s worth repeating. I always tell people that the key to your peace, joy and the direction of your life is in your hands. Regardless of what people do to you, you are the one that chooses to hand it over when you react negatively to their actions… They made him angry by the waters of Meribah, and MOSES SUFFERED BECAUSE OF THEM, for they aroused his temper, and he spoke rashly (Psalm 106:32-33 NET).

At that moment he handed over the keys to what God promised. Now the question is; was Moses justified being angry? The answer is YES. Even God was mad at them once to the point that He wanted to wipe then off the surface of this earth. Moses was dealing with some heavy burdens at this point. His sister, Miriam had just died and they had only just finished her burial (Numbers 20:1) when they started complaining of water. I’m sure having just lost a loved one, coupled with the stress of leading a rebellious people for so long was finally taking its toll on him but did it matter that Moses’ anger was justified? As we’ve seen; NO.

While we can’t always avoid trouble, we need to be very wise to notice the traps the enemy places our way. There are pivotal moments in our lives when we’ve got to be very careful. Moses exploded, lost his temper and spoke rashly. Don’t allow people push your buttons. You need to be responsible for your own actions. You need to control yourself. Ignoring people that have been sent to irritate you is sometimes hard but ask the Holy Spirit to help you control yourself.

Self-control is actually one of the fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23) we talked about last week. How’s that going? More grace to you.

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27. March 2015 · Comments Off on THE WORST KIND OF ASSUMPTION · Categories: Action, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Obedience, Words

Moses and Aaron gathered [assembled] the people… in front of the rock, and Moses said, “Now listen to me, you who turn against God [rebels]! Do you want us [rather than God] to bring water out of this rock?” Then Moses lifted his hand and hit the rock twice with his stick [staff; he was supposed to speak to it]. Water began pouring out, and the people… and their animals drank it (Numbers 20:10-11 EXB).

If there’s anything I’ve learnt on my short journey with the Lord is to be very careful that I’m doing the will of God. The funny thing is that this can’t be measured by the reaction of people. People may cheer you on and commend you but one needs to be careful about that. It also can’t be measured by any accompanying signs and wonders.

If it’s done in the name of the Lord using the word of God it may work because the Lord said… I send it out, and it always produces fruit. It will accomplish all I want it to, and it will prosper everywhere I send it (Isaiah 55:11 NLT).

That’s about God’s word ‎but I believe God deals with the individual differently. Moses struck the rock and water came out. ‎That could have been enough to convince Moses that God was pleased but after His children had finished drinking, God turned to Moses and said; now boy let’s talk. Is that how I asked you to do it?… “Because you did not believe [trust] me, and because you did not honor me as holy [show my holiness] before the people…, you will not lead them… into the land I will give them (Numbers 20:12 EXB).”

I’m sure Moses must have been thinking… but water began pouring out, and the people drank it…

Hmmm… performing signs and wonders in the name of the Lord does not mean God is pleased. In fact, I’m reminded of what Jesus said… “Not everyone who calls out to me, ‘Lord! Lord!’ will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Only those who actually do the will of my Father in heaven will enter. On judgment day many will say to me, ‘Lord! Lord! We prophesied in your name and cast out demons in your name and performed many miracles in your name.’ But I will reply, ‘I never knew you…’ (Matthew 7:21-23 NLT)

Let’s be careful not to fall in to the trap of this kind of assumption. Like David, always seek the Lord’s face. David would always ask the Lord… should I or should I not go and fight… and God would always come back with a reply…. Yes, no or do it this way this time around.

No wonder God said… ‘I have found David son of Jesse, a man after my own heart. He will do everything I want him to do.’ (Acts 13:22 NLT)

Can He say that about you?

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26. March 2015 · Comments Off on WOMAN, HOW DO YOU FIT IN?‏ · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Marriage, Relationship, Spiritual Growth

“At last!” the man exclaimed. “THIS ONE IS BONE FROM MY BONE, AND FLESH FROM MY FLESH!…” (Genesis 2:23 NLT)

During the ‘Questions and Answers’ section of my book launch, I was asked a couple of thought provoking questions which has left me thinking some more.

The first one went something along the lines of … okay, so I’ve read the excerpt from your book about your past relationships and divorces. So is that it for you?

The question threw me off guard but I believe it was a question God was preparing me for because I had a similar discussion with my daughter and friend during the week. I’m not sure I answered it properly and it has since brought up some issues around insecurity and fear that apparently God wants me to deal with but I tried to direct my answer to all the single ladies out there.

I remember writing about our ALONENESS time with God which is a time when He works on you to discover, develop and deploy self and purpose. So with everything He’s done in me so far, if I’m to be your helpmate, then I need to be able to see how I fit into a bigger plan. At least let’s see the road map… It’s just like a jigsaw puzzle, where that last missing piece just fits in nicely… BONE FROM MY BONE, AND FLESH FROM MY FLESH…

The other question was directed at my transparency and how I would feel meeting someone who knows all my gist…

Well, I’ve done the hiding ‘secrets’ thing in the past and it was such a heavy load to carry which in itself can destroy a relationship so basically its a case of… read my book; if you can’t handle it, then may be the person isn’t God sent. Obviously, there should be sensitivity around the fact that it takes God’s special grace to deal with that level of transparency.

However, I’ve thought about it some more and I think it would actually be the best gift one can give to anyone because just like someone said, many couples end up saying ‘I DO’ at the altar but after a short while, end up asking; ‘WHAT DID I DO?’ LOL

In such situations, you find that you end up spending an enormous amount of time peeling layers upon layers of stuff that’s standing in the way and preventing the missing puzzle from fitting in nicely in its spot…. BONE FROM MY BONE, AND FLESH FROM MY FLESH….

So saying I love you; let’s get married is all good but like someone said you have to stop and ask; what does this love mean to God’s kingdom? What did Ruth and Boaz’s love mean t‎o God’s kingdom?… Boaz was the father of Obed. Obed was the father of Jesse. Jesse was the father of David… (Ruth 4:21-22 NLT)… [the ancestor of Jesus Christ].

So woman, what do you bring to the table? How do you fit in?‎ The man who finds a wife finds a treasure, and he receives favor from the Lord (Proverbs 18:22 NLT). He who finds a WIFE…. not WOMAN… Are you a wife? Finds treasure… Are you a treasure? Are you a good thing? That’s what obtains favour from the Lord.

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25. March 2015 · Comments Off on DON’T JUDGE BY APPEARANCE · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ

Be honest in your judgment and do not decide at a glance (superficially and by appearances); but judge fairly and righteously (John 7.24 AMP).

Okay, so I’m probably ‎going to bore you with my book launch the rest of this week so please forgive me if that’s the case.

During the launch, we had various people leading various prayer sessions and someone was telling of how when they called the camera man to come and pray, his first reaction was “what does this one know that they are giving him the microphone. However, by the time the camera man took of his hat and pounced on the mic, they said they couldn’t believe what happened next. Small camera man became a mighty man of warrior as he set the atmosphere on fire with his prayers.

Hmmm… He wasn’t a camera man. He was only assisting his daughter. That’s our ‎prophet that always hammers in my head… “Ruky, don’t do what you don’t want me to see because God opens my eyes to see things” and I’m thinking… sir, don’t worry, if you don’t hear from me for a year then know that it’s because I’m running… LOL… only joking…

But it got me thinking… how many times do we overlook people because of their appearance? David immediately comes to mind and I’m referring to the time he told King Saul that he was going to fight Goliath, the mighty giant… “Don’t worry about this Philistine,” David told Saul. “I’ll go fight him!” “Don’t be ridiculous!” Saul replied. “There’s no way you can fight this Philistine and possibly win! You’re only a boy, and he’s been a man of war since his youth.” (1 Samuel 17:32-33 NLT)

Okay, I hear you sir. I agree that I’m only a boy but before you count me out, let me give you my CV (resume)… “I have been taking care of my father’s sheep and goats,” he said. “When a lion or a bear comes to steal a lamb from the flock, I go after it with a club and rescue the lamb from its mouth. If the animal turns on me, I catch it by the jaw and club it to death. I have done this to both lions and bears, and I’ll do it to this pagan Philistine, too, for he has defied the armies of the living God! (1 Samuel 17:34-36 NLT)

Hopefully, we know the story. David went ahead to fight Goliath and… David triumphed over the Philistine with only a sling and a stone, for he had no sword (1 Samuel 17:50 NLT).

The danger of judging people by their appearance or even background is that you may miss out on what they have to offer…

Is this not the carpenter’s son? Is not His mother called Mary?… NOW HE DID NOT DO MANY MIGHTY WORKS THERE BECAUSE OF THEIR UNBELIEF (Matthew 13:55-58 NKJV).

Is there someone you are undermining?
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24. March 2015 · Comments Off on GOD’S GOT IT COVERED · Categories: God's Plan, Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, Testimony, Trusting God

…“This is God’s Message to Zerubbabel: ‘You can’t force these things. They only come about through my Spirit,’ says God-of-the-Angel-Armies (Zec4:6 MSG).

This past Saturday was the dedication and launch of my very first book and all I can say is “I’m so proud of God”. I know my daughter said it sounds funny to say that but it’s not only a parent that can tell their child “I’m proud of you”. If your parent does something that makes you proud of them then you should be able to say “Daddy God, I’m so proud of You”.

Prior to a week before the launch, I was a right mess. My emotions were all over the place. Everybody kept asking “why are you anxious?” Everything’s going to be alright and I’m thinking “do you know how far out the boat I’ve come? Leave me behind the computer in my comfort zone and I can operate things with my eyes closed but a book launch?” Oh… I got a good picture of how easy it was for Peter to sink when he saw the waves. Sometimes, you’ve got to picture how it felt like for the people in Bible country.

Also, everyone kept asking; how’s the ‎preparation for Saturday going and I’m thinking what preparation? I’ve got an essay to hand in on Wednesday first. I was being pulled in several places but I like that the Lord assured me prior to this journey that He would give me a word in season when weary and that word was… You’re not going to achieve this by your own strength but by My Spirit…

It was only then I calmed down‎ and handed everything over to Him to have His way and He sure did pull some strings. He said… “Look, I have specifically chosen Bezalel… I have filled him with the Spirit of God, giving him great wisdom, ability, and expertise in all kinds of crafts… “And I have personally appointed Oholiab… to be his assistant. Moreover, I have given special skill to all the gifted craftsmen so they can make all the things I have commanded you to make (Exodus 31.2-6 NLT).

I started to use this as my prayer point… fill everyone participating and assisting with your ‎Spirit… giving them great wisdom, ability, skills and expertise ‎to do everything You’ve commanded me so that just like You did in Genesis 1, You can look down and see “it was good”

He sure did… ‎I kept on looking around and saying to myself… this can only be God…

Many times we get ourselves worked up because we rely on our own strength but if God has sent you, I can assure you that He’s got it covered and nothing can stand in your way…. ‘So, big mountain, who do you think you are? Next to Zerubbabel you’re nothing but a molehill. He’ll proceed to set the Cornerstone in place, accompanied by cheers: Yes! Yes! Do it!’”‎ (Zec4:7 MSG)

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23. March 2015 · Comments Off on ARE YOU GOOD GROUND? (PT 7) · Categories: Fruit of the Spirit, God's Plan, Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, Self Control, Spiritual Growth

…the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and SELF CONTROL… (Galatians 5:22-23 NLT)

SELF CONTROL is the final fruit of the Spirit that the Holy Spirit produces in us which is the ability to control one’s emotions, feelings, desires, actions or reactions. It takes a lot of work… I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to say… NO Ruky… just let it go…you don’t have to respond…you don’t really need to react…you shouldn’t do that or think that anymore… again I’m work in progress but‎ embracing the journey.

A person without self-control is like A HOUSE WITH ITS DOORS AND WINDOWS KNOCKED OUT (Proverbs 25:28 MSG). This means anything or anyone can gain access to you without restraint. As a result, one is open to all sorts of attacks by the enemy. He sends all kinds of temptations your way; Go get her… say something that’s bound to push her buttons and watch her react because she have no control over her emotions… and that person could be your spouse, child, work colleague, shop attendant. He sends that very attractive lady to seduce you and with no walls up… it’s easy access. Hmmm the devil is a liar.

People naturally don’t like to be restrained but there’s actually great strength in knowing that I could have… but I’ve decided ahead of time that I’m not going to… that’s a sign that you’re growing spiritually.

It’s interesting that Peter, the disciple known to act on impulse; the one that would say things without thinking (Mark 9:2) would eventually write a letter to Christians about growing in Faith.

He said… make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Supplement your faith with a generous provision of moral excellence, and moral excellence with knowledge, and knowledge with SELF-CONTROL…, and self-control with patient endurance, and patient endurance with godliness… The more you grow like this, the more productive and useful you will be in your knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ (2 Peter 1:5-8 NLT)‎.

It’s time to yield to what the Holy Spirit is trying to produce in you… put up those walls of SELF-CONTROL… against temptations… anger… lust… Everybody knows that area they struggle with so let’s ask for the Holy Spirit’s help to give us the strength to overcome…we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us.

‎So this sums it up… the fruits of the Spirit… You might need to have a chat with the Holy Spirit to see how you’re doing but here’s my final word…

Finally, brethren, farewell (rejoice)! Be strengthened (perfected, completed, made what you ought to be); be encouraged and consoled and comforted; be of the same [agreeable] mind one with another; live in peace, and [then] the God of love [Who is the Source of affection, goodwill, love, and benevolence toward men] and the Author and Promoter of peace will be with you (2 Corinthians 13:11 AMP)

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22. March 2015 · Comments Off on ARE YOU GOOD GROUND? (PT 6) · Categories: Fruit of the Spirit, God's Plan, Holy Spirit, Humility, Jesus Christ, Spiritual Growth

…the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, GENTLENESS, and self-control… (Galatians 5:22-23 NLT)

GENTLENESS; another fruit of the Spirit… Lord have mercy!!! I don’t think I am even qualified to write on this fruit but like my brother Paul once said…‎ Not that I have now attained [this ideal], or have already been made perfect, but I press on to lay hold of (grasp) and make my own, that for which Christ Jesus (the Messiah) has laid hold of me and made me His own (Philippians 3:12 AMP).

Hmmm… I am not where I need to be but definitely not where I used to be… I am work in progress. But seriously… I look at how gentle some people are and one voice says to mysel‎f… I wish I could be that gentle. However, the other voice then tries to console myself by saying that that’s not how God created you to be. Yeah… whatever… but what the Holy Spirit is trying to produce in us is gentleness…

I remember a long time ago, an old friend of mine was telling me of how he was dating this lady that felt she was all that and a bag of chips. She kept on going on about how pretty she was and how no man could resist her but then he told her; “that’s until you open your mouth”… LOL. He obviously didn’t find that attractive and if that’s a mere man, what about God?

So dear ladies… Don’t be concerned about the outward beauty of fancy hairstyles, expensive jewelry, or beautiful clothes. You should clothe yourselves instead with the beauty that comes from within, THE UNFADING BEAUTY OF A GENTLE AND QUIET SPIRIT, WHICH IS SO PRECIOUS TO GOD (1 Peter 3:3-4 NLT).

As for you men, be gentle with her. Be gentle with your kids. Be gentle with your colleagues. Be gentle with other road users… that’s what the Holy Spirit is trying to produce in you… GENTLENESS

Another word for gentleness is meekness. Meekness should never be seen as weakness. It takes great strength to keep your cool especially if you are like me that has a thousand words for one word you say to me.

Humility is another word for gentleness. The Bible is clear that the Lord hates pride. If this is an area that needs to be worked on, ask for His grace because… He gives grace generously. As the Scriptures say, “God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.” (James 4:6 NLT)

Now on to the last but not the least and that’s self-control…

God bless you

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