Hello our esteemed readers; welcome to the November Edition! When you hear the word “harvest” mentioned, what is the first thing that comes to mind? I believe words like “abundance” and “multiplication” quickly resonate. The Bible in Psalms 65:11−13 paints a beautiful picture of a timeless message of God’s lavish provision and our appropriate response to it.
Woven into the moral and social fabric of many societies is the positive ethic towards work. This dates back as early as man in the garden of Eden where God assigned him the responsibility to work and tend it. A good work ethic is what dignifies a person in society. Beyond dignity, is the fulfilment derived from our quest for excellence and success;
“Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness and all these things
shall be added unto you” (Matthew 6:33). Seeking God is an adventure. And like all adventures, it involves sacrifice from time to time. Sacrifice in this case though is about sowing, in obedience to God, what is precious to us to further the work of the Kingdom
Have you considered laying a foundation for a successful life by practicing honour as a lifestyle? Why not honour your way to greatness Simple as it sounds, practicing honour has the ability to open doors and change a person’s destiny. The Bible has examples of men and women who practiced
this principle and received untold benefits and lifting power.
A life of rest depicts calmness, peace of mind and security. That’s the picture we see in Psalm 23 – the ﬂock of a great shepherd in whom there is no want, relaxed in green pastures besides the quite of still waters. That picture is a product of a great and masterful Shepherd, one who is undeterred by the storms of life.
We are created in God’s image, and He equipped us to work and be productive in the Kingdom. We are to be fruitful andcreative, and we do this by equipping ourselves with both
natural and spiritual knowledge. “For we are his workmanship created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them”. (Ephesians 2:10 KJV)
This May, we would like to engage you on a very pertinent issue – prayer and partnerships. Did you know that when you chose to partner with God in the advancement of His kingdom on earth, you open yourself up to the realms of increase, multiplication? You partake of the grace of the Gospel and you benefit from the prayer cover of God’s servants? (Philippians 1:7)
One of the most profound instructions that God gave to man in the garden of Eden was to “be fruitful and multiply. Fill the earth and govern it.”. (Genesis 1:28NLT) God gave mankind charge over all that He had created. When
we understand that we are called to be stewards (managers) of God’s resources, our attitude in the way we handle everything around us changes.
As the year commences, we often draw a picture of what we would want the year to look like. Many put to paper their vision and hope or commit to see it fruit. But between where you are and where you want to be is a gap that youmust bridge to realize your vision and success. One of the things you will need to equip yourself with is a good plan. (Proverbs 29:18)
“What wakes me up every day to do what I do?” This is a question each one of us should ask ourselves often to help refresh our life’s purpose and mission.
While in this world, Jesus Christ lived His life as a man on a mission (Luke 4:18). He went about teaching in synagogues, preaching the gospel of the Kingdom
and healing all kinds of sickness and all kinds of diseases among the people (Matthew 4:23).