https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcnfT4arZtI Without a doubt, worship has been getting me through the last couple of days, weeks and months. I've recently found myself (for a second time) in a new and uncomfortable place in life, and I just feel that this song encapsulates my prayer: Like a rushing wind, Jesus breathe within. Lord have … Continue reading MUSIC: Hillsong – I Surrender
So I want to do something different... For those who don't know, I am a PK (that's Pastor's Kid for those who are not au fait) and I was brought up in a Christian home. During my early years, I was raised up as a Catholic, but developed my own sense of faith during/post Uni. … Continue reading Pray/Act: Top Tips for Evangelism
Even them will I bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be accepted upon mine altar; for mine house shall be called an house of prayer for all people. - Isaiah 56: 7 A House of Prayer. One thing this verse … Continue reading Prayer: Does God Still Speak?
Juanita Bynum has been such a blessing to me! I see her as one of my spiritual mentors, as her videos, teachings, music and books have really helped me overcome some of the standard challenges associated with being a young woman in Christ. When I first watched her video entitled 'No More Sheets', I was … Continue reading Preachers and Teachers: Juanita Bynum
One of my favourite all-time preachers is Leonard Ravenhill. Mr Ravenhill was a wonderful Pastor from the United Kingdom, and since watching his videos online, I have been challenged, corrected, chastised and encouraged. You may see me post a quote or two, but I also wanted to share a really good video on discipleship. You … Continue reading Preachers and Teachers: Leonard Ravenhill
Yesterday I heard a sermon that got me thinking about being a Berean. I wasn't going to raise the point, but I wanted to share a word about discernment. The scripture the Pastor was teaching on was taken from Luke 19. It was of course the well-known Zacchaeus story. Now for anyone who has read … Continue reading Test Everything: Why We Should All Be Bereans
The Lord himself invites you to a conference concerning your immediate and endless happiness, and He would not have done this if He did not mean well toward you. Do not refuse the Lord Jesus who knocks at your door; for He knocks with a hand which was nailed to the tree for such as … Continue reading Day 51: Quote of the Day: Spurgeon
Say to them that are of a fearful heart, Be strong, fear not: behold, your God will come with vengeance, even God with a recompence; he will come and save you. -Isaiah 35:4 Simple yet beautiful. God constantly encourages the brokenhearted, the worried, the anxious, the desperate, depressed and despondent. Let's be encouraged today. Regardless … Continue reading Day 50: Do Not Be Afraid – Lessons From Isaiah
For the LORD is our judge, the LORD is our lawgiver, the LORD is our king; he will save us. -Isaiah 33:22 Again, I love this verse. It describes God as our Judge and our Lawgiver. For me, and mainly due to my legal background, I find it easiest to relate to God as our … Continue reading Day 49: Lessons from Isaiah: God The Lawgiver
Stop being afraid to fail. Stop being fearful. If you don't stop being fearful, you will always be traumatised. Stop complaining. You keep complaining about what you haven't got. What HAVE you got? Stop blaming your past - your past is what's qualifying you.