What A Shock!

“What a shock” is the headline that you find on an obituary poster here in my country Ghana. There are similar names or terms like “Gone too soon” which is used for the middle ages and “Call to glory” which are used for the elderly, those above or about 70yrs. Why should someone’s death be... Continue Reading →

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Leaning On Jesus

Now we have people saying all over Facebook and the airwaves that “do not lean on man or trust in a friend because man is ‘dangerous’. Of course it is a curse to trust in the arm of flesh but that doesn’t mean we should do away with all men. What we tell ourselves is... Continue Reading →

Death Wish

Is there anything you wish to be done for you when you die? That’s a death wish. We do not have wishes or wish for things only in our lifetime, we can wish for things on the day of our death and if our friends and family are faithful, they will execute it on our... Continue Reading →

Donkeys For The Lord

All ye are donkeys and ye are for the Lord - St. Albert XIV. Though we are children of God, we are also donkeys that the Lord rides upon. Believers are likened to many things in Scripture, and one of them is being a donkey. Today, we want to look at us donkeys. We are... Continue Reading →

When Forgiveness Hurts

Have you ever wept or cried out because you did not get your revenge? What was it like? Have you ever felt disgruntled about a case or judge because you weren’t avenged satisfactorily? How did it feel like? To tell you, you felt that way because deeply rooted in our hearts is the desire for... Continue Reading →

Living Above Your Needs

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs seem to tell us that we live all our life just to satisfy our needs, but I want to say that there is no need greater than our need for salvation. The need to save our souls, which is immortal, cannot be overlooked nor ignored. In today’s note, I want to... Continue Reading →

Grace Abounding More

So we are living under grace and not under the Law because Christ Jesus was full of grace and truth, in whom we now live. We are not under the Law where if you faltered, you will be punished immediately or have to atone for your sins. Under grace, all sins are overlooked – but... Continue Reading →

King-Priests

There are many kings that have desired to be priests as well but couldn’t and weren’t able, because they were not righteous enough. For the Israelites, only the tribe of Levi were chosen for the priesthood office because of Moses and Aaron, who were of the same tribe. For us the church or as believers,... Continue Reading →

When Faith Meets Anointing

Faith is like a plug which you plug into God’s anointing; anointing is like the power that runs through electric cables. Did you know that sometimes you cannot receive what you want unless you plug in your faith? Did you also know that sometimes anointing alone is enough to bring you what you want? Well... Continue Reading →

The Presence Of God

God’s presence is ‘something’ many people find comforting. You can tell from the way they feel at home when they come into God’s presence at church or Christian gathering. If you’re in sin, you would find God’s presence to be the opposite, that something keeps prodding your conscience until you confess. In today’s note, I... Continue Reading →

The Testimony Of Jesus Christ

In church, testimonies are very powerful tools God and the pastor uses in spreading the word. When you have a testimony, you show that God is alive and at work. Today, I want to consider something that is peculiar to the book of Revelation – the testimony of Jesus Christ. What is the testimony of... Continue Reading →

Vessels For Destruction

You see that when we have vessels that are no longer of use to us, we throw them away or dash them to another. Well, God has no other god besides Him so He destroys His vessels when they're not anymore profitable to Him. There are vessels that have been reserved for destruction, because once... Continue Reading →

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