After listening to some messages by Pastor Raphael, Grant of prayer city, especially his messages captioned “stop them before they stop you” and another one captioned, remove them before they remove you
In this life, this fact of life is very true, “life is not fair, it does not offer to us what we deserve but only what into demand”. That is to say, our life is like a computer, what it gives us back is based on our input into it.
What do you think influenced Solomon to make the statement he made in Ecclesiastes 12:1, which says “Remember now your Creator in the days of your youth, Before the difficult days come, And the years draw near when you say, “I have no pleasure in them”?
Whether the oil of ordination as ministers of the gospel has come upon your head or not, as long as we are Christians and a worker in the vineyard of God, we are called stewards of God.
Remember the topic, “To Fulfill Destiny, we Need to Pursue, Overtake as to Recover All”. Yes, that article really sparked some actions in the lives of many people who, after reading that article, really took personal action to pursue and overtake their enemies.
In this life, some are so stagnated and fail in life as a result of the stronghold of the devil who laid endless siege against them. Some are suffering untold hardship as a result of such sieges.
Solomon, who was said to be the wisest man that ever lived, wrote said this about wisdom in the book of Proverbs 3:19. That verse said, “the LORD by wisdom hath founded the earth; by understanding hath he established the heavens”.
As Christians and workers in the vineyard of God, especially those for whom the oil of ordination as ministers of God has come upon their heads, we are called stewards of God.
In this life and our society, we all desire and crave recognition, especially by kings and by V.I.Ps (both men and women) and people that matter.
Each time I read Hebrew 6:18 my mind gets blown, and my faith gets boasted to realize that by two immutable things, in which it is impossible for God to lie. That is to say that even if God wanted to, that it is impossible for Him to lie.