Showing posts from January, 2014

Enough of the Excuses!

Time To Draw Near!

If there is a time humanity needs God, it is now! So many confusing theologies and seemingly right teachings that appeal to our senses but these are deadening our sense of what is sin and what is not. Unfortunately, so many saints have been swept away by the euphoria of the moment and are losing sight of the doctrine of the word of God. It is not enough to claim to know Christ; we are admonished to work out our salvation on a daily basis. What this simply means is to live out that which we claim to believe in every facet of our lives. Equally, we are to use the knowledge of God to overcome the strategies of darkness. James 4 warns us to be on our guard about the conditions of our hearts so as not to give in to the lure of darkness. God never said we should run away from the earth so that we would not be trapped by the devil; the command was for us to face the devil and resist him. Have you ever wondered why the devil flees from us when we resist him? His fleeing from us is not because…

The Code Of Conduct Of Heaven!

Preparing Our Lives!

The story of King Hezekiah’s reforms as seen in 2Chronicles 29-31 reveals how an individual, a family or even a nation can rightly position their hearts and open up themselves for true revival and an outpouring of God’s blessing. From the very moment he began to reign he not only opened the house of God for worship, but he equally challenged those who God had called to minister in the temple to set themselves apart from all encumbrances in order to cleanse rid the Temple of the defilements. He reminded them of how their fathers had failed terribly by turning their eyes away from the Holy One dwelling in the Temple to the detriment of the nation and it's people. He said in 2 Chronicles 29:10 “my sons be not now negligent for the Lord has chosen you to stand before Him to serve Him and that you should minister to Him and burn incense” . What is most amazing about his charge was that it was given on the very first month of the first year of his reign. He spoke passionate…

Gideon: A Cautionary Tale