Hello readers, I want to apologize for not being able to update this blog for quite a while now. Please I urge you to leave comments. It helps me to know that people are touched and I am encouraged to do more. My heart goes out to as many of those struggling in this covid-19 crisis and I pray that God will continue to protect you and guard you.
During this isolation period, I was able to come across various activities and skills that I wanted to learn. However, I realized that when I started, I wanted quick results. Basically I couldn’t trust the process. Now growth is something that takes time as well as nourishment. The same goes for your christian life. If you want to have a strong relationship with God, and want to attain a certain point spiritually, there are sacrifices to be made and patience is top. You have to take note of what you feed your spirit and the time spent in feeding your spirit.
Galatians 5:1(KJV): Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ has made you free, and be not entangled again with any yoke of bondage
I urge everyone to read this book called “Good morning Holy Spirit “ by Benny Hynn. It is not just enough to attain salvation, there is more to Christ, more benefits, more intimacy with the Holy Spirit than you can imagine. This book is a start on that journey. Remember it’s okay to fall back at some point but that most thing is that you stood and kept on going forward.
On the brighter side, look at this period as a time for reflection, a time to check your life and know where to stop, things to continue, re do etc. You should be able to come out a better person and christian at the end of this period. Also take this time to learn a skill, something that you enjoy and be consistent. That is the only way.
Have a wonderful morning.
Prayer: Good morning lord, good morning Holy Spirit. Thank you for all that you do for me, your grace, your mercies are new every morning and I am undeserving of them yet you still found me worthy. Thank you because I know I am who you say I am in you, and because of your death and resurrection I am justified and forgiven. I ask that you give me strength to continue on this journey, that you uphold you and never let me go. Amen