Birthdays. I love them!
I remember as I child I always used to get SO excited around my birthday. It was the time to celebrate, laugh, enjoy good food and music, open up lovely gifts and experience the love and attention from family and friends. It was also exciting because having a birthday meant getting older, smarter, having more responsibility and privileges in the household and also in society at large. Continue reading “A Sobering Reflection on Birthdays”
John 17:3: And this is eternal life, that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.
I hope this video will encourage and spur you onto pursue intimacy with God through his Son Jesus Christ.
It has been a very long time coming (I will soon write another post explaining why..) but here we are with Part 3 of our Life lesson series. This last part is a lesson in spiritual discernment and the need to actively exercise it daily.
Life lesson: Not all who profess Christ possess Christ.
What does this mean? Not everyone who says they are a Christian is in close fellowship with Christ, partake of the Holy spirit and have been born again. This is what we see being described of by Jesus in Matthew 7. Many self proclaiming believers passionately called Jesus Lord, and told him about all the wonderful things they had done “in his name” but what was his response? He told them to depart. Why? because their deeds were evil and they were leading lawless lives. Continue reading “Life lesson: Not all who profess Christ possess Christ | Part 3”
Do you understand the meaning of CONSECRATION? What does it look like to live SET APART as a woman in this generation?
If you want to find out the answers to these questions then these bible study notes that I wrote almost two years ago will provide you with good biblical guidance and counsel on the topic (download from the link below). Continue reading “Consecration | Bible Study Notes”
Welcome to Part 2 of The Life Lessons Series!
In this series, we are exploring the different lessons that I’ve learned about who God is and who he wants me to be through supposedly mundane situations I experience in my day to day life. Through reading this series, my prayer is that you will understand and be more attentive to hearing and learning from the Holy Spirit in even the smallest of ways.
As this is Part 2, I’d recommend reading Part 1 first (click here!). Continue reading “Life Lessons: Hold Onto Things With an Open Hand | Part 2”