After today’s sermon, I have developed a deeper desire to know God’s ways. Yeah not just to see His works but to know His ways.

Thy way is in the sea, and thy path in the great waters, and thy footsteps are not known” (Psalms 77:19).

God walks on the water, but you will never see His footprints there.



My Declarations!!

I don’t want provision and protection without Your presence.

I’m not going to settle for any blessing without the Blesser.

I don’t want the land without the Lord.

I desire to know Him.

“For My thoughts are not your thoughts,” “neither are your ways My ways, saith the Lord.”

Don’t ever make the mistake of thinking God’s ways are like your ways or God’s thoughts like your thoughts.

“For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways and My thoughts than your thoughts.”

Your thoughts are never going to reveal to you God’s ways. God’s ways are always mysterious.
Yeah, if we are not to rely on our thoughts or ways then this calls for intimacy.

An intimate relationship with God does not come by observation, like seeing God part the Red Sea. It does not come by interrogation or reasoning. It comes by spending time face to face with God.


You cannot love a person until you know their ways, and you cannot know their ways until you spend time with that person. When we learn to seek His face and not His hand, we will know His ways and find rest for our souls.

When you know God intimately, there is serenity. Peace comes into your life. God gives you rest. There is stability. There is sufficiency. And you learn, no matter how bad the problem, not only is God necessary; God is enough.
I desire to get there👌👌

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Pride The Peddler

Pride the Peddler – it all began as an inspiration. I thought it only applied to me. But the Lord who reveals the mysteries continued to download more and more in my spirit. I faithfully wrote and then He spoke clearly to my spirit to publish it to all who love Him.

Here is a book that will guide many on how to deal with pride. Pride creeps subtly and if left unchecked it causes havoc in many lives.IMG-20190311-WA0080IMG-20190311-WA0078

Peace with the Past

Peace with the past
Whenever our clock of life starts ticking upon birth, our history book is opened. Everyone thus has his or her own past. Just as we say that life is made of ups and downs, the past is made of both good and bad experiences. Unfortunately, the bad takes a toll on us. Often, we find that our dark past will mostly haunt us; interfering with our present life and the future. Some of the decisions we make resulted in unwanted consequences; some which directly affected us or those around us. Remembering such events tends to make us live with a guilt depending on our position in the events.
However, I have come to realize that if we make peace with our past, our lives would be more meaningful and enjoyable.
“Wherefore if any man is in Christ, he is a new creature: the old things are passed away; behold, they are become new.”
2 Corinthians 5:17 ASV
It is important according to the weight in which the past has impacted your life to accept the newness that comes from forgiveness of sins.
That is how I have come to shed away the depressions that emanated from disappointments in my life.
Guilt erases peace! Make peace with the past, and the future will mostly be bright. If we can erase all the guilt in our past, at least we can live with peace of mind.
Our peaceful future depends with how fast we deal with our past guilts.
“There is therefore now no condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus.”
Romans 8:1 ASV
Pastor Lucy Paynter