Posted on Mar 16, 2018
Its Friday again and as always we had a wonderful guest come to share with us. Pastor Pastor Anthony Ajiduah shared today from Mathew 3:1-15. His main message was God is waiting for us ( those he has called) to stand up and be a voice to the world, to allow him to use us for the fulfillment of his will. Read more by clicking on the link...
I remember when the series comes to an end I did a happy dance…. thinking in my head ‘it’s over phewks!’; during the last episode of the show, something caught my attention as the scene ended a young boy was having a conversation with a gentleman. ‘the young boy said ‘heroes should not die’, then he asked the gentleman ‘will Samson be remembered?’ The man then replied ‘yes he will be remembered. ‘This got me thinking of the reasons why Samson ended up on the pages of the bible. I thank God that he allowed me to see a different perspective of this man of strength.
Posted on Mar 13, 2018
We try so hard to hold onto as much as we can, but then we are always stuck and frustrated yet God owns everything and he says we will lack nothing, he will not withhold anything from us his children. Instead of holding things and being hard-hearted, my challenge to you and me is to choose to give freely, share wholeheartedly and seek to serve God by serving others.
We need to realize that **Divine Patience with Unfruitfulness has a limit**, just like the fig tree after the 3 years the master questioned the gardener and instructed him to cut it down. Sadly, we do not have a time frame that we can work with so that we produce fruit. We need to repent and serve God so that in and out of seasons we are ready for Jesus return.
It’s as if God was saying ‘yeah right’ on my face. The conviction became even stronger. In the realization that I was not being genuine with God that morning concerning how I was feeling. The truth is I felt tired, worn out, fatigued and wanted nothing to do with salvation or God at that particular moment. I felt as though I was standing at the edge of a cliff and it might as well have been over…finito. Yes, that’s was how I felt that particular morning.