How to Protect Your Heart

Proverbs 4:23 says, “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.” This verse even though true in the natural, however does not talk about the physical condition of the heart but the intellectual, and specially the ethical core.

One of the most important thing every believer must do is to guard their intake. What you hear, what your read, what you see – all of it determines the outcome of your life.

Eden Garden – Action Retake.

 

 

Think with me: What do you think would have happened if Adam after he sinned, instead of running away from God he ran towards God? What if Adam and Eve when they heard the footsteps of God in the garden ran and fell at God's feet asking for His forgiveness? Do you think God would have kicked them off? 

 

A Mothers role in bringing up prophets

Here's few lessons from Hannah, in raising her child as a man that would walk with God. 

Impact your generation

Today I got to meet with two young leaders of two leading churches of my city. During our time of fellowship, one thing that stood out the most was the lack of fathers in our generation. 

Seems like we lack leaders who are secure in God. 

What every pastor must realize is that God has not just anointed them to equip the church but also to equip and release them into their destiny. 

The devil is after your mind

When you dropped the coffee on your favorite shirt, on your way to the interview, it is easiest to think the devil is after your job or your favorite shirt. Truth is that the devil is after your mind.

Your enemy satan knows this more than anyone else. If he can depress you and spoil your mood, he has then won the battle.

We are made in a way that we learn everyday. Intentionally and otherwise. The Bible encourages, “to be made new in the attitude of your minds.” Eph 4: 23

A person is defined by his mind. Proverbs 23: 7 says, “For as he thinks in his heart, so is he.”

Facing your internal conflicts

I want to bring this thought to you from a sermon I heard by Bishop T. D. Jakes. While preaching articulately about the boy who was demon possessed, Bishop mentioned about how the father of that boy had brought his son to Jesus for healing and yet he cried out to help his unbelief.

 

 

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