How I Broke Free from the Curse of Poverty

The channels through where the spirit operated in my life: One of the strongest generational curses that has operated in my life has been poverty. For generations, the spirit of poverty had affected my family’s way of thinking. As a matter of fact, poverty came through different channels in my bloodline, one of them isContinue reading “How I Broke Free from the Curse of Poverty”

Rejecting wisdom endangers our growth.

“Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD and shun evil.” Proverbs 3:7 There’s a plague going around our church and it has blocked our character and our development. Christians today have an “arrival mindset,” where they think that because they know God and that they are saved, they are great withContinue reading “Rejecting wisdom endangers our growth.”

Blessed are the Ones who Wait (Isaiah 40:31)

Source: Are You Living Patience is a Virtue? This was a tremendous blog post! Some times we get discouraged when we don’t see breakthrough. It is important to know that God is always working and he never abandons us! We have to trust in him and his word! If the blessing doesn’t come right away, thereContinue reading “Blessed are the Ones who Wait (Isaiah 40:31)”

Wrestling With God

All of us have been there, and I continue to wrestle with him from time to time! We must overcome the enemy , and stop resisting God. I refuse to be the devil’s friend, and be an enemy of God!

5 Reasons Preaching and Pastoral Ministry Are Fulfilling

Originally posted on MATHEW GILBERT:
One of the greatest and most influential preachers of all time, Baptist pastor Charles Spurgeon warned those considering pastoral ministry who sought his counsel not to preach if they could help it. However, Spurgeon said, “If he cannot help it, and he must preach or die, then he is the…