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Eyes That See.

 

Has this ever happened to you?
You misplaced your car keys then you began to search for them. After a while of searching you finally found them on the dinning table, not hidden at all. It was as if someone or an angel found your keys and placed them on your dinning table so that you could find them there. However the truth is that your keys were right before you all that time you were searching for them but you couldn’t see them but you were probably distracted by other pressing issues on your mind.

Something similar happened to Hagar in Genesis 21.

After being driven out of Abraham’s house, Hagar and her son Ishmael trudged through the wilderness. Her feet sank deeper into the sand as they became heavy with exhaustion. She squeezed the last drops of water into the dry mouth of her son, left him under a shrub, sat by a rock a little way off so that she wouldn’t see him die, then she lifted up her voice and wept. That was when an angel appeared to her. Continue reading

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The Anatomy of A Calling -Part 1.

 

Three decades ago as I watched Pat Robertson on the 700 club The Lord touched my heart. I joined brother Robertson in prayer and something broke in my heart. The yoke of rebellion that had held me bound was broken and I was set free.  In spite of the issues I brought with me from the world, there was something very clear in my heart: I knew I was called to preach the gospel. It was as clear to me as daylight. Deep within me there was something which pulled me in the direction of ministry. At that time I was in the university but all I wanted to do was take the gospel to the world. Nothing else mattered to me. What I experienced was the stirring of a calling. While I didn’t fully comprehend the ramifications of the stirring in my heart, I prayed and asked The Lord to guide me to do His will.

A calling is what you have been assigned to do and accomplish for Christ in the kingdom. Every believer has a calling. When you accepted Jesus into your heart, you were not only delivered from darkness and translated into the kingdom of light, you were also brought into alignment with your calling. This assignment or calling is what you should focus on and pursue for the rest of your life. Your assignment can be in any area of life. It may be in business, politics, government, writing, arts, science, church, etc. Although it may involve making money but your assignment is not primarily about making money. You may be called to innovate, to invent, to birth new ideas, to create unique services and products in business. This will attract riches into your life. You must understand that everything in your life serves a purpose to please The Lord. The riches you attract in business are not just for you to live like royalty but to further the cause of Christ; for you to use to deepen and extend the reach, power and influence of the kingdom. Continue reading

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