Tag: God


17
Nov 2020
HEART CHECK TUESDAY: Kingdom Mandate: Taking the Torch to the Nations

God’s chosen methodology for showcasing His Kingdom is to mobilize diplomats – kingdom representatives – whose responsibility is to represent their home government before the leaders and people of different nations. Kingdom representatives (ambassadors) can be likened to special envoys deployed to another nation on behalf of the government they embody. And as ambassadors of Christ, we are His representatives wherever we find ourselves per time. By implication, heaven is our nationality, but in our waking and walking, our ministry and mission as ambassadors into this territory called earth should showcase the......

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10
Nov 2020
HEART CHECK TUESDAY. 10TH NOVEMBER, 2020:  Kingdom Service: What It Is and What It is Not

When we think about the subject of Kingdom Service – serving God and actively pursuing His cause – does a slave-master story like that of Cinderella come to mind? Do we have flickers of whips, wires, belts, chains, rods and canes? Perhaps a master standing before his slaves taking roll call. Like Cinderella, do we perform our services out of duty? Are we big on actions but fall short at heart? Are we dutiful but out of love with the One and the ones we serve? Dear believer, kingdom service has never......

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27
Oct 2020
HEART CHECK TUESDAY: 27TH OCTOBER, 2020

Why God Wants You to Prosper Dear Heart Checkers, I’ve got great news for you: God wants you to prosper! However, have you wondered why God wants you to prosper? Take a moment or two and consider that. Friends, when God gave the Israelites emancipation from the Egyptians, He did not bring them out of Egypt empty but brought them forth with silver and gold and there was not one feeble person amongst their tribes (see Ps. 105:37). By implication, if God delighted in the prosperity of His children – His firstborn......

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06
Oct 2020
HEART CHECK TUESDAY 6TH OCTOBER, 2020

At the instance of the murderous threat of his livid brother Esau, Jacob left his father’s house without any inheritance but returned twenty years later with great wealth. Similarly, his son Joseph left the comfort of parental enclave without any inheritance when he was sold into slavery by his envious brothers! Nevertheless, when his family reunited with him many years later, he was the wealthiest man in Egypt after Pharaoh. Both of these men created wealth without capital because they were divinely led to recognise and utilise various forms of capital that......

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