4 Important Lessons From Jesus’ Calming Of The Storm. 

The preacher in Church this last Sunday shared a testimony about how his wife had 4 miscarriages and a still born. He went further to say he was slightly angry with God and wondered why such would happen. At times, you wonder why bad things happen to good people especially those that serve God diligently, but the thing is this, God is God and He does what pleases Him. He indeed works in mysterious ways.  Continue reading “4 Important Lessons From Jesus’ Calming Of The Storm. “

Why God Hasn’t Answered Your Prayers (Yet)

It is very disheartening when we don’t receive answers to prayers, we begin to wonder if prayers are actually even necessary at all, most times, we doubt and question our relationship with God. Have you ever had to question God’s words in Matthew 7:7, “ask and it shall be given unto you, seek and you shall find, knock and it shall be opened unto you”? Or even in Isaiah 65:24, “…before they call, I will answer; while they are yet speaking, I will hear”? When we don’t get answers to our requests, we begin to wonder if he has ignored us. Continue reading “Why God Hasn’t Answered Your Prayers (Yet)”

5 Ways To Get Closer To God

Year by Year, most people resolve to get closer to God by studying His word daily and praying without ceasing, it’s not far from the truth that as it works for some others just fine, some others find themselves straying away from the resolution, sooner or later, of course not deliberately, but the closeness to God isn’t concrete yet. Continue reading “5 Ways To Get Closer To God”

It’s Okay to Cry

There is always a time in life we are confronted with tensions and sufferings, faced with difficulties of life. As Christians faithful to God, we wonder why. We, often times question God; “why me?” Thinking about it thoroughly, you discover it’s the really faithful ones that encounter a lot of challenges, and then they just wonder why such things happen to them. Is it happenstance or there is a mysterious reason why? Continue reading “It’s Okay to Cry”

Obedience to the brim!

Sometimes, we want to hear God speak to us through other people, not because we can’t hear or listen ourselves, but we just need some kind of conviction it’s actually from God. There are times we want to do the listening for other people too, instead of encouraging them to hear from Him themselves. In the book of John Chapter 2 and Verse 5, Mary told the servants to do whatever Jesus told them. She got out of the way, displaying the confidence that whatever Jesus told them to do would be right, she trusted Him implicitly. Continue reading “Obedience to the brim!”