Love is a door for God to bless you abundantly

A man once asked Jesus, What is the greatest commandment?Jesus told him the first was to love God, and the second was like it, to love others (Matthew 22:36–40). Notice that the man didn’t ask what the two greatest commandments were. But the way Jesus answered would indicate that the first wouldn’t be complete without the second. The family of God helps prepare us as He shapes us into His image. Loving God can feel like the easier part. But in the family, we learn the day-to-day details of loving others with His heart. As children of God, we all share in being part of that forever family.

For His kingdom,


Let it go

There is nothing too hard for God, it’s just hard for us sometimes to let things and people completely go. When we completely let something or someone go, it can no longer vex you, stress you, or hurt you. How can anything get to you, if Yahweh is holding it in his hands? IMPOSSIBLE. When you have completely let something go, it has to get through Jesus first, before it can get to you.

Lord, I completely let it go, so you can completely work it out. I completely exchange it for You. Completely, Lord…and it came to pass, when I completely let it go…and that’s when he blessed me, when I completely let it go…and all my anguish and fears subsided, when I completely let it go.

O Sovereign Lord! You made the heavens and earth by your strong hand and powerful arm. AND THERE IS NOTHING TOO HARD FOR YOU (Jeremiah 32:


Hospitality according to the bible

One day, a gentleman knocked on the door of an apartment, and a lady opened it. She said, Can I help you?

He answered, One of your neighbors doesn’t have enough money for rent. They only have a couple days left before they’ll get kicked out. I’m going around and simply asking if anyone would like to help this family by paying this month’s rent.

The lady said, Oh yes, I wouldn’t want to see one of my neighbors kicked out! Let me get something.As she gave the money to the gentleman at the door, she asked, By the way, who are you?

He replied, The landlord.

It’s easy, when we’re going to benefit, to look like we’re hospitable. But the biblical doctrine of hospitality—that is, welcoming in an authentic way—has to do with serving even those who can do nothing for you in return. When you serve people who can only do things for you in return, that’s called a business deal—a win-win. But when you do something with nothing expected in return, and you do it with the right attitude, that’s biblical hospitality. That’s welcoming authentically. And that is what the Bible says Christians ought to be about.

As Jesus said to His disciples: Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me (Matthew 25:40).


The meaning of the cross

The incredible wonder of the cross! If I had to choose just one subject in the Bible to understand, I’d choose the crucifixion. It’s the foundation of the Christian faith and the heart of our life in Him.

Today we see crosses everywhere on buildings, in art, as jewelry, in people’s homes. We sing and speak about it. But sometimes I ask myself how much do people really understand about the cross of Jesus Christ?

There’s nothing mankind has done that compares with what Jesus accomplished in His death.

All of humankind’s achievements, no matter how impressive, will eventually be destroyed, but the Lord’s work on the cross lasts forever (2 Pet. 3:10-13). It’s the single most important and amazing event in history.

The apostle Paul was a man who understood the importance of the cross. When he came to Corinth for the first time, Paul didn’t come with eloquent speech or persuasive words. Instead, he said, I determined to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ, and Him crucified (1 Cor. 2:1-2).

Everywhere Paul went, this was the message he considered most essential. He never wanted to do anything that would draw attention to himself, but only to the Lord. Because apart from the crucifixion, there’s no hope for the world—no salvation and no eternal glory.

We should all go through life with a deep appreciation for Jesus’ sacrifice on our behalf.

So, let’s take a little time together right now to think about this most extraordinary of events.

First of all, the cross was planned and ordained by God before He’d created a single thing.

He knew the human race would fall into sin, so He planned a path of reconciliation. You never have to feel like you’re an afterthought to the Lord. Your salvation was foreseen by Him and achieved by Jesus before you even existed.

God chose us in Christ before the foundation of the world, that we would be holy and blameless before Him (Eph. 1:4). And to accomplish this, He planned the crucifixion of His Son before He created anything (1 Pet. 1:20).

Every detail was designed by Him beforehand, predicted by the prophets, and carried out by the Jews and the Romans just as the Lord ordained. None of it was outside His control; it all came to pass just as He set forth.

Second, the cross of Christ is the greatest demonstration of God’s love for mankind.

He proved His love for us by sending His Son into the world to be the substitutionary sacrifice for our sins. It was on the cross that the justice and the love of God met. To save humankind through love, sin had to be justly punished so repentant sinners could be forgiven.

As Jesus hung on the cross, He took the world’s sin upon Himself as a choice made in love. He willingly suffered the consequences of our wrongdoing, so that we might become the righteousness of God (John 10:18; 2 Cor. 5:21).

We’re all recipients of His goodness in many ways, but no blessing can compare with His expression of love toward us in laying down His life for our redemption (Acts 2:23). Now all who accept and trust in Christ’s sacrifice, and unite themselves to Him, are reconciled to the heavenly Father.

Jesus’ sacrifice is the only true path to forgiveness.

In this world, you’ll find all sorts of counterfeit ways to find redemption, but none of them are powerful enough to contend with sin and the way it harms us and the world. None of them can bring us through the gates of heaven.

It’s important that we understand Christ doesn’t need to be sacrificed again every time we sin—His work on our behalf is once and for all (Heb. 9:12). And as a result, our salvation can never be lost.

Finally, the effect of the cross reaches into the past, present, and future.

That can’t be said of any other historical event. Even though the crucifixion happened in a moment of time, it’s an eternal event and as such is not limited by time. Before Jesus came to earth, God in His mercy said, Let the sins previously committed go unpunished,since they couldn’t be removed by Christ’s blood until His blood had been shed on the cross (Rom. 3:25).

The animal sacrifices offered in obedience to God’s law, by the Hebrews and the Israelite nation, were never capable of taking away sins, but only covered them until the perfect Lamb of God came (John 1:29).

Those who, by faith: trusted in God before the cross; walked with Him before the nation of Israel was formed; believed in Jesus at the time of the crucifixion; and all who’ve trusted in Christ as Savior and Lord since then have been saved by His loving sacrifice.

The scope, importance, and transforming power of the crucifixion are beyond every comparison.

I hope that the next time you see a cross, you’ll pause to consider what a wonder it is. Even in heaven, we’ll be singing and praising the Lamb who was slain for us (Rev. 5:12)—Jesus, the victor over sin and death.

Let the cross and the One who willingly subjected Himself to it be the focus of your thoughts, worship, and gratitude in this beautiful season.


Hearing God’s voice

Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God. Romans 10:17

The most important key to hearing God’s voice is to understand that we have to hear it by FAITH. We need to believe that it is God speaking to us, even if it contradicts our own ideas about something. The only thing His voice will never contradict, is the Word of God. When we do not believe that we can hear His voice, or we do not believe that God can, or has spoken to us, we will not be in the perfect will of God.

We will miss out on His direction and guidance in our decisions, big and small. Apply faith by hearing and hearing the Word of God by reading your Bible out loud, by listening to faith-building messages on Hearing the Voice of God, and know, without any doubt, that God speaks to us clearly and accurately and He never holds back from us.

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Hear The Word Of Christ For Your Breakthrough –

God’s pattern and delivery system for miracles under the New Covenant of Grace. Discover the importance of hearing the word of Christ!

released words of knowledge for healing:

Liver conditions.

Diabetes and pancreatic conditions. Abnormal growth on the pancreas.

Growth near the spinal cord area.

Joint and knee conditions.

Neck conditions.

Bruised toe with an almost-dead toenail.

Stomach cancer. Fire is burning the cancer up.

In the realm of God there is no limitation of time or space. It is always now.

God can heal what is dead or dried up.

Romans 6:14 – We are not under the Old Covenant of the Law, but under the New Covenant of Grace. Sin will not have dominion over us.

For sin will not have dominion over you, for you are not under law, but under grace.(Romans 6:14 WEBUS)

Believers end up in adultery when they have some wrong believing in their lives. That is the deeper root that led to the sin.

Pastor Prince believes that Jesus was born on the Feast of Tabernacles. The Scriptures say that the word was tabernacled among us.

The flesh needs a law to activate it. If you put a sign, Don’t throw rocks at the greenhouse, boys who see it will have the thought and temptation to throw rocks when they did not have the thought before that. It is the law that stirs up rebellion in the flesh.

God delivered the children of Israel out of Egypt first before the Law was ever given at Mount Sinai.

They complained at the Red Sea but God did not seem to regard their complaining at all. He opened the Red Sea for them and drowned their enemies the Egyptians.

At the bitter waters of Mara, the children of Israel complained again. They complained when there was no food too. Yet again, God supplied water and food without regarding their sins. No one from the children of Israel was recorded as dying during the period of time before Mount Sinai.

But after the Law was given at Mount Sinai, the children of Israel started dying after they sinned. Same God, different manner of administration because of a different covenant.

Hearing the word of Christ comes before your manifestation of healing.

The children of Israel seemed to boast in their ability to keep God’s commandments before even knowing what the commandments were.

God gave them the Law since they wanted to be dealt with based on their own ability and obedience rather than on His grace.

Those who advocate for people to be conscious of the Ten Commandments of the Law and to keep them are actually leading people into sin.

Exodus 32:1-4 – There is a prophetic picture in this passage. Moses delaying from coming down the mountain is a picture of Jesus’ return (during the Rapture) seeming to be delayed.

The golden earrings are a picture of the people’s hearing of the word of Christ (in the Hebrew there is the divine signature of Jesus Aleph Tav in the passage).

The devil wants to break off our hearing of the word of Christ.

When the people saw that Moses delayed coming down from the mountain, the people gathered themselves together to Aaron, and said to him, Come, make us gods, which shall go before us; for as for this Moses, the man who brought us up out of the land of Egypt, we don’t know what has become of him. Aaron said to them, Take off the golden rings, which are in the ears of your wives, of your sons, and of your daughters, and bring them to me. All the people took off the golden rings which were in their ears, and brought them to Aaron. He received what they handed him, fashioned it with an engraving tool, and made it a molded calf. Then they said, These are your gods, Israel, which brought you up out of the land of Egypt. Exodus 32:1-4 WEBUS

Genesis 24:22 – The golden ring of half a shekel weight is a picture of hearing about redemption in Christ. The redemption money paid in the Tabernacle was half a shekel of silver.

As the camels had done drinking, the man took a golden ring of half a shekel weight, and two bracelets for her hands of ten shekels weight of gold,Genesis 24:22 WEBUS

Romans 10:17 – Make sure you are hearing sermons that have the word of Christ as the centrality.

Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word about Christ. Romans 10:17 NIV

Galatians 3:2-6 – Believing in mixture of Law and Grace is foolishness.

I just want to learn this from you: Did you receive the Spirit by the works of the law, or by hearing of faith? Are you so foolish? Having begun in the Spirit, are you now completed in the flesh? Did you suffer so many things in vain, if it is indeed in vain? He therefore who supplies the Spirit to you and does miracles among you, does he do it by the works of the law, or by hearing of faith? Even so, Abraham believed God, and it was counted to him for righteousness. Galatians 3:2-6 WEBUS

Pastors and church leaders are supposed to feed the sheep, not beat the sheep. Preach the Gospel of Grace, not condemnation and the Law.

Give the word of Christ to your children from early on in their lives. When they receive it and get an acquired taste of it, they will not depart from it even in their old age. Don’t let the world train your children to like their content.

Luke 5:15 – The hearing of the Word happens first before healing. Notice the order.

But the report concerning him spread much more, and great multitudes came together to hear and to be healed by him of their infirmities. Luke 5:15 WEBUS

Luke 6:17-19 – The world’s superhero movies are fake, but Jesus is real. The young people’s hearts are actually crying out for Jesus, even if they don’t know it yet.

See how the pattern is repeated again where hearing the word of Christ happens first before the healing of all sicknesses and diseases.

He came down with them and stood on a level place, with a crowd of his disciples and a great number of the people from all Judea and Jerusalem and the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon, who came to hear him and to be healed of their diseases, as well as those who were troubled by unclean spirits; and they were being healed. All the multitude sought to touch him, for power came out of him and healed them all.Luke 6:17-19 WEBUS



Could the psychological and emotional struggles I’m going through be an attack from Satan and his demons?
The past month I got into a situation where at midnight demons would just tap my hands and me I have to wake up and just have a horrible appiaode. I made some horrible moral choices that left me wrestling with terrible anxiety and deep shame. I’ve prayed and tried to leave it all behind but every time I seem to make progress, I spiral back down into guilt, remorse, anger, helplessness, and hopelessness. I had to call my parents who came down to pray for my deliverance also church members and my Aunt Nomsa who work in inebof our South African courts and stays in Soshanguve she really helped me a lot. And/including all social media family who constantly called and checked on me. The cause was an African neck piece I bought when going for managers awards and I got it destroyed.

How can I break this cycle of spiritual warfare?

As a Christians who take the Bible seriously as the living Word of the one true God, we believe in the reality of spiritual warfare and the unseen spiritual world. So yes: It’s possible that your suffering may have a demonic component to it.

But the good news is that Satan and his minions don’t have complete or final power over genuine disciples of Jesus Christ – people who’ve placed their lives entirely in His hands and who claim His blood as a covering for their sin.

Winning the spiritual battle
If you belong to Jesus, there’s a lot you can do to get out from under the destructive weight of a painful past.

Admit that you’re a sinner, and ask Christ’s forgiveness for your sins every day. Then trust God to deliver you from the powers of darkness.
Pray and read Scripture regularly. Spending time with God and His Word will help you know Him better and be assured of His love for you. Personalize Psalm 91 as a covenant prayer – be confident of the Lord’s sheltering care.
Remember that God is stronger than the devil. Christ defeated Satan on the cross, so He can deliver you from Satan’s traps and keep you in the protection of His grace. That’s what the apostle James had in mind when he wrote, Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you James 4:7.
Keep a journal of all your thoughts and emotions. Write as if you were talking directly to the Lord; this will help you be honest with yourself about your struggles. Re-read what you’ve written to identify how Satan is trying to deceive you (for example, through fear, bitterness, or shame). Then shred those pages as a physical reminder that you’re laying your struggles at the foot of the cross.
Turn away from the lies of the devil and his evil spirits. Consider what you uncovered in your journaling. Pray through the Prayer of Deliverance and the Prayer for Repentance & Renunciation if you need to. Be open to any response the Lord might have.
Find a pastor, Christian counselor, or trusted fellow believer (of the same sex) you can talk with openly. Ask them to pray with and for you. Remember: This isn’t the kind of thing you can overcome on your own. As James puts it in another biblical passage, Confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed James 5:16).

Hearing God’s voice to walk in your purpose

When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth, for he will not speak on his own authority, but whatever he hears he will speak, and he will declare to you the things that are to come.John 16:13

When Jesus ascended to Heaven, He sent the Holy Spirit to be with us. The Word says that the Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Truth. He cannot lie. And He will tell us all the things He hears from the Father and from Jesus, and He will remind us of our promises and purpose when we walk in relationship with Him.

As born again Christians we need to be filled with the Holy Spirit. If you have not yet been baptised in the Holy Spirit, let us know, we would love to see you walk with Him in a deeper way.

We don’t ever have to wonder what God is saying, He speaks clearly and accurately. Let’s incline our ears and HEAR!