The valley the place where feelings take over, where what someone said or did plagues the mind more often than you would like it to. In our valley we operate defeated, “why me God, why did this happen to me, what did I do? The place where a pity party is governed. The place where the enemy like us to be; hopeless, faithless, mindful of the defeat. Continue reading Come out of that valley, go to the high tower
What do I represent? It’s time to take a seat in the midst of it all and see where we are, spiritually and physically. Let’s Look at our parents, our family history, their problems, where are we in relation to that? Now take a look at your future in relation to where you are now, what do you see? Does your present radiate how you see yourself in the future? Continue reading Create a new present – change your future.
Ever so often God shows us who he is in our life. A prayer answered, a family member coming to know him, our faith being uplifted, you name it. God is everywhere, take a moment to reflect on how you have experienced Christ today, as one songwriter said he is everything! Continue reading Show me your Glory
Forgiveness – Not a choice but an obligation !
What is unforgiveness
Unforgiveness can be defined as a Grudge Against Someone Who Has Offended You.
Romans 5:8: “But God showed his great love for us by sending Christ to die for us while we were still sinners” (NLT).
What gives us the authority to hold grudges and harbor unforgiveness in our lives ? We do not have that authority as Christians. If Christ, whom we are imitators of loved us as sinners, we too are obligated to love those that has wronged and sinned against us. Matthew in chapter 5 and verse 44 commissions us to love our enemies! and Pray for those who persecute us. This simply tells us that no matter how much we are hurt by those around us we should forgive , love and prayer for them regardless.
In Colossians 3:12-13 (ESV) we are charged to be kind and compassionate and again forgiving towards our fellow men.
“Put on then, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience, bearing with one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive.”
Forgiveness should never cease Continue reading Forgiveness