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Do Not Stay In Your Lane.

Hello everyone. How are you doing?

When someone tells you to ‘Stay in your lane,’ you should ask yourself these questions:
Does this person know you well enough to make this statement?
Was that person present when God gave you your assignment?
Is that person now monitoring your life as if he or she would reward you for what you do right or punish you for your errors?
When you step out to pursue something new, when you dare to pursue a dream, when you break out of your mould to do something different with your life, there will always be people who who think it is their God given assignment to keep you in the place where they think you belong. Continue reading

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The Deceiver And The Deceived.

Hello everyone. How are you doing today? Let me share this with you. I hope it is helpful in some way.

The deceiver and the deceived, the scammer and the scammed, the hypnotist and the hypnotized, the slave master and the slave, the conman and the conned, the victimiser and the victim, the pulpit extortionist and his willing audience both deserve each other. They are magnetized to each other by their shared values, shared beliefs and shared philosophy. Continue reading

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The Lord Is My Light.

Hello everyone. How was your weekend? I trust all is well with you.

The Lord laid a word on my heart for you today.

In Psalm 27:1, the bible says: the Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear, the Lord is the strength of my life of whom shall I be afraid?

In scripture light refers to wisdom, clarity and direction. The Lord is our wisdom. Wisdom is the ability to create solutions, to birth products and services which will bring value to the marketplace and reward you with money. Wisdom is the ability to come up with brilliant ways to do your job and to accomplish your assignment. Wisdom is the creative faculty of God at work in your mind. Continue reading

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What Exactly Do You Want?

What Exactly Do You Want?

In Mark 10:46-52, we read the story of Blind Bartimaeus. The Lord was coming out of Jericho, surrounded by his disciples and a large crowd. Bartimaeus sat by the road side begging for alms. When he heard that it was the Lord passing by, he shouted, ‘Yeshua, son of David, have mercy on me.’

The people who were closest to him warned him to keep quiet. They saw his condition, they saw that he needed help, they knew that the master was nearby and could help him, yet they told him to keep quiet. They weren’t the one who would heal him. They weren’t the one who would deliver him. They weren’t the one he was reaching out to, yet they warned him to be quiet.

The multitude can be dangerous. The multitude can be heartless. The multitude can shut the door to the supernatural and the miraculous in your life. The multitude are insensitive to the cry of the poor, the weak, the helpless, the hopeless. The multitude move in whatever direction the wind blows. Do not follow the multitude or allow the multitude to hinder your faith.

This man was reaching out to Yeshua by faith, but the multitude wanted to crush his faith. This man wanted a touch from the Lord, but the multitude imposed itself on him and tried to shut him down. But the man rebelled against their witchcraft. Instead of keeping silent he shouted the more, he reached out the more. He refused to allow anyone shut down his faith. He cried out to the Lord, ‘Son of David, have mercy on me.’ Continue reading

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How To Work Out Your Financial Miracle

In Matthew 17:24-27, Jesus instructed Peter to go to the sea, cast a hook, take the very first fish that comes up, open its mouth and there would be money in its mouth for them to meet their financial obligations.
If you are going through a difficult financial situation, do stay with me and let us examine this passage of scripture together. I pray the Lord uses this  article to give you some direction and clarity. Continue reading

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Prayer For Financial Release

Prayer For Financial Release.

May MONEY which belongs to YOU by divine right be released to you.
May your money, imprisoned, chained, buried in secret locations, in secret vaults, in secret accounts, by wicked forces and personalities, be RELEASED to you NOW!

May money produced by your
Talents
Ideas
Diligence
Intelligence
Job
Business, be RELEASED to you NOW. Continue reading

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The Danger of Seeking ‘Likes.’

In 1Kings 17, we were introduced to Elijah the Tishbite, from Gilead, a prophet. This was all we were told before he started to speak. We were not told anything about his lineage, his background, his credentials, his family, his friends. None of these things were as important as the words he was given to proclaim to Ahab the king of Israel.

Elijah opened his mouth and these words poured out from his spirit. ‘As the Lord God of Israel lives, before whom I stand, there shall be no dew nor rain these years but according to my word.’

When Elijah uttered those words the nation of Israel was backslidden. Idol worship was rampant in the land. Ahab and Jezebel his wife sponsored 850 false prophets who were evangelists for baal. At that time all other known prophets of God were hiding in caves because Jezebel the wicked queen had declared war on the prophets of God. She haunted them like animals and murdered them. Therefore Elijah stood alone to declare the will of God for the nation of Israel. No one supported him. No one stood with him. No one encouraged him to declare the counsel of the Lord.

Elijah stood alone and carried out his kingdom assignment.

The pervasive use of social media in our days has affected the way in which we think, the way we respond to and handle the word of the Lord. If Elijah shared what he had received from the Lord on his social media pages and waited for the likes of his fellow prophets before speaking out against the wickedness of Ahab and Jezebel, he would never have fulfilled his assignment. What the Lord told him to do was spoken in his ears alone. The Lord gave him an assignment and he was not required to seek the permission, consent or approval of his fellow prophets before launching out in obedience.

When God gives you an assignment, when he tells you to do something, start something, begin something, declare a word in the public domain, etc, he doesn’t expect you to seek the likes, approval or consent of people before you obey him. He expects your complete, unequivocal and total obedience to his instruction.

Seeking the approval of people before you pursue your assignment will lead you to frustration, dejection, depression and finally failure. We are called to follow scriptural instructions and obey the promptings of the Holy Spirit as we pursue our assignments to establish the kingdom and effect the will of God in and through our lives. Living our lives by a culture of ‘likes’ will put us at the mercy of the opinions of men. Judging ourselves by how many comments, shares, re-tweets and ‘likes’ we have on social media will turn us into the slaves of men. Continue reading

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