Understanding and breaking generational curses 🤺⚔️

Ezekiel 18:19-20 says that a son shall not bear the guilt of the father because the son has done what is lawful and right, and has kept all God's statutes and observed them. The inverse of this statement is therefore also true that: if the son of a sinful father (or mother indeed) is also … Continue reading Understanding and breaking generational curses 🤺⚔️

Corona or not, GOD is still moving! More testimonies…

Tonight I just want to share two stories that encouraged me this week. 2020 has taken turns absolutely noone expected and it's easy for one to question everything and wonder if anything in this life is worth holding on to. For me, I continue to find that God is the one factor that remains unchanged. … Continue reading Corona or not, GOD is still moving! More testimonies…

Comparing God’s salvation of Noah and Lot – Both righteous but different 🙏🏾

Noah and Lot were both saved by God before destruction was visited on the whole earth and on Sodom. But what are the similarities and differences we can find from the Bible about these two stories to help us get a clearer picture of the state of humanity and even righteous people in the end … Continue reading Comparing God’s salvation of Noah and Lot – Both righteous but different 🙏🏾

What could ‘gods’ look like in our lives today?

Exodus 20:3-6; Deuteronomy 6:14-15; 13:6-8 In Bible times, the people (aka gentiles/heathen) who surrounded the Israelites worshipped images, sculptures etc...lifeless things they held in high esteem above the true God. As it was in those times, worshiping these gods was very common and attractive. At a more fundamental level, it’s attraction was partly borne out … Continue reading What could ‘gods’ look like in our lives today?

Why God allows “the wilderness” and the importance of responding correctly while in it

Numbers 32:8-15; Deuteronomy 9:23; Jeremiah 29:4-7 - God didn’t intend for the Israelites to spend 40 years wandering in the Wilderness. In fact God thought them ready to possess the promised land within 2 years of leaving Egypt. But right at the border of receiving the promise, the people succumbed to fear, rebelling against God, … Continue reading Why God allows “the wilderness” and the importance of responding correctly while in it

The power in building the walls of your mind 🙅🏾‍♂️🙅🏾‍♀️

Proverbs 25:28 The cultivated mind is the measure of the man. An ordinary mind, well disciplined, will accomplish more and higher work than will the most highly educated mind and the greatest talents without self-control. The mind is to be disciplined, educated, and trained; for men are to do service for God in ways that … Continue reading The power in building the walls of your mind 🙅🏾‍♂️🙅🏾‍♀️

Like brother like sister – Tracing the roots of Laban and Rebekah, Masters of Deception 👿

Genesis 11:26-31; 15:7; 24:10, 15; 2 Chronicles 36:17; Acts 7:2-3; Revelation 18:1-4 It’s quite surprising how the siblings Laban and Rebekah were so innately deceptive. In fact, Rebekah’s deceptive spirit was so deeply engrained in her heart that when Jacob worried that his father could find out about their trick, she said “Let your curse … Continue reading Like brother like sister – Tracing the roots of Laban and Rebekah, Masters of Deception 👿