Monday, 1 July 2013


So many times we refuse to make a move that the Holy Spirit prompts us to because we are afraid (and most times) think that what we have at hand is not enough to make the move.
Truth is, at every point in our lives what we have is enough but we do not know it and if we keep waiting until we have “big enough” (a bigger house, a better job, more money) then we might miss our miracle. We have to realize that it’s not the instrument but the power of God that will bring about the miracle. What you have in your hand is only a vessel and must be surrendered to God before it can be multiplied.

 Consider Moses in Exodus 4:1-17
Vs 2-4: So the LORD said to him, "What is that in your hand?"  He said, "A rod."
And He said, "Cast it on the ground." So he cast it on the ground, and it became a serpent; and Moses fled from it.  Then the LORD said to Moses, "Reach out your hand and take it by the tail" (and he reached out his hand and caught it, and it became a rod in his hand)
 Before Moses cast the rod to the ground (i.e. gave it to God) it was just a Rod. Probably the one he used to tend to the flock of his father-in-law, Jethro but after he picked it up, it became a rod of signs. Through that rod God demonstrated lots of signs and wonders.
What you have in your hand is enough if only you’d give it to God. Your stammering tongue, tiny frame, cranky voice etc. nothing is too small for God and if He could use the "rod"of Moses, He could use yours too. Give it to God and watch it multiply. Remain Blessed 


Science and common sense had taught us so many things, one of which is that some things are impossible i.e. some things just cannot be. Example, A tree being dried up by  “words” [Mark 11:13-22], a man walking on water[Matthew 14:24-29], A 90 year old woman conceiving[Genesis 2:1-9,], the resurrection of a man who’s been dead and buried for four days[John 11:40-45], to total healing and restoration of a sense organ (ear) that has been cut off completely without surgical procedure[Luke 22:50-51], the feeding (and remnant of 12 basketful) of 5,000 men and with just five loaves and two fishes [Matthew 14:14-20]etc
But the cited bible passages prove that these are not only possible but also when they did happen.
 Walking on Water photo: Walking On Water walking_on_water.jpg

Ever thought a situation, challenge and circumstance was too difficult for God to handle? Well, think again.  “With God all things are possible” (Matthew 19: 26)   there’s only one condition attached to it -: Faith
 What is faith? It is the confident assurance that what we hope for is going to happen. It is the evidence of things we cannot yet see. Hebrews 11:1(NLT)
This is, believing God is not only able but very willing to do ALL that we ask of Him. Faith is the foundation of Christianity, the bane of our existence. It is seeing our expectation and walking in the hope of its manifestation even before it materializes. It is calling situations bluff and God, GOD.
Faith is not reasoned, thought out, planned or explained, it is, believing.
So in the next few days, weeks, months (as long as it takes) we will be looking at the Faith subject. What it is, what it is not, the works, the elements and biblical proofs of faith. Your comments, contributions and testimonies are welcomed. God bless