I was reading 1cor 3, and it is about the body of Christ. You see everyone of us has different materials to build this house as the foundation is already laid. Same as to the body of Christ we do also have a role to play to building our nation in our different capacities yes… Continue reading Everybody has a role to play
Finding purpose in where God has placed in your current situation, in your pain. When going through that season when you are having your moment well let me not call it your moment cause clearly it never is; in fact all you want at that time is to have your moment but you are not… Continue reading Reason for the season
I recently met a friend of mine who was finishing university, for anyone who has been there before knows it comes with a lot of uncertainties and not knowing what is going to happen or what is in store for you; we all have an idea of what we would like but uncertain of how… Continue reading Accepting the will of God
What kills more than any disease is unbelieve… so arise and believe.
If you are acquainted with the story of Moses and the children of Israel, you will remember that the older generation aka the complainers, was not allowed to enter the promise land because of their unbelief. Although they lived off of signs and wonders done by God himself, though they had such a first hand experience with him, they still had a heart that believed not and thus was not allowed to enter the land of milk and honey as God described it. Though I use a biblical example, I would like to elaborate on unbelief.
Unbelief according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is a lack of faith and I would add is a relative of doubt. When you doubt something, it is hard for it to materialize. How many times things in our…
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God always has another a way just be on the look out….
all the more eager with great desire to see your face.For we wanted tocome to you—I, Paul, more than once—and yet Satan hindered (stopped) us. 1 Thessalonians 2:17-18
Paul was run out of town just three weeks into ministry at Thessolonica. The Jewish leadership had their sights on making sure his tenure was brief. But God blessed Paul’s efforts and a thriving church was born in those few short weeks.
My question is …. can Satan completely stop someone from doing God’s will? According to Paul he can. In fact Satan did it more than once and possibly on numerous occasions! In this case Satan kept people, mainly Jews, so riled up… they physically beat believers and prevented Paul from moving certain directions.
So has Satan ever prevented you from doing something, you knew God wanted you to do? If so… what did you do about it?…
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