When there are no words just WORSHIP!



Sometimes as Christians when  we spend time with God we just don’t know where to start from or what to say in prayer .It could be we are extremely overwhelmed by His goodness or going through trials and don’t have enough strength left or hope to utter a word of prayer .We read  our bibles and there’s no revelation or understanding during this period .As Christians we must not depend on our good or bad feelings when we have to spend time with God. Its not that easy , I know ! but we can ask the Holy spirit for help when we find ourselves in such situations and we can also revive our thirst and hunger for Him through worship . I listened to a sermon on worship and these are some few things I learnt ;

  1. Worship has the ability to refocus you.
  2. Worship is a lifestyle .
  3. Worship  reveals Gods covenant…

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Our Denial and His Grace


John 13:38:

Jesus answered him, will you lay down your life for my sake? Most assuredly, I say to you, the rooster shall not crow till you have denied me three times.

Lately I have been studying in John for the past month or so. I came across the verse above. A verse I have read and heard many times over the years. This time I felt compelled to share on it. I feel we have all come to this point in our lives as christians. A point where we live for Christ and follow after him as Peter did and still manage to deny our relationship with our one true friend. Our Lord and saviour.

The thing is sometimes we deny Christ in the smallest of ways. It isn’t always a big situation like the one Peter was confronted with. Sometimes its not praying over our food in public…

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Morning Reading & Prayer: Thu, 14 Sep – Amos 5-9 ~ Come back to the Lord and live!

The Peanut Gallery

Morning Reading & Prayer

+ In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen!

Opening – (Northumbria Community)

One thing I have asked of the Lord, this is what I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life; to behold the beauty of the Lord and to seek Him in His temple.

Praise to You, Lord Jesus Christ, King of endless glory.

Please Read: Amos 5-9 (NLT) – click here

Reflection & Prayer

A Call to Repentance

Amos 5:1-4 (NLT)Listen, you people of Israel! Listen to this funeral song I am singing: “The virgin Israel has fallen, never to rise again! She lies abandoned on the ground, with no one to help her up.”

The Sovereign Lord says: “When a city sends a thousand men to battle, only a hundred will return…

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Better Days

An Outstretched Hand

Sharing this word that blesses me in the hope that it blesses you as well:

September 14, 2017


To those who are true worshipers through real relationship with Me, I tell you that breakthrough is straight ahead.  The internal spiritual work that you have done will pay off.  What you have learned from the difficulties you have endured will be a great benefit in the coming days.  Be confident that I will be with you as you transition into better days, says the Lord. 

Psalms 119:71 It is good for me that I have been afflicted, that I may learn Your statutes.

From Faith Tabernacle , ministry of Bill & Marsha Burns in Kremmling, CO

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Jeremiah 17:14-15 Waiting On God’s Word

Insights From Tom

Heal me, LORD, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise. They keep saying to me, “Where is the word of the LORD? Let it now be fulfilled!” Jeremiah 17:15

Jeremiah had prophesied at times that God would do certain things. Although he prophesied these things, they did not happen immediately. The people would then start to ask what happened and where is the word of God. They wanted to see the fulfillment right away.

Jeremiah praised God, because he trusted God’s word would be fulfilled. He trusted God to heal and save Him, even though he did not know when or how that would occur.

Believers often pray for a healing and do not see an immediate result from that prayer. Others then question God, wondering where that healing is and why it has not occurred. Some believers…

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A Gift of Healing Does NOT Necessarily Make You A Good Preacher, Shepherd, or Leader in God’s Work

The hidden gifts are absolutely the most essential for leadership!

The outstanding supernatural visible miraculous gifts of the Spirit are not always the most necessary gifts for leadership in the Lord’s work. The gifts of HEALING, miracles, tongues, or even interpretation and prophecy don’t necessarily give you the wisdom, the discernment, the faith or the knowledge which you need to lead. If you want to be a leader for the Lord, you need to pray for those gifts that are not quite so obvious, not quite so manifest.

You can’t see faith, but others can see it on your face and can tell by the way you act how much faith you’ve got! You can’t feel knowledge, the ability to know things that other people don’t know or to know things beforehand! You can’t see wisdom, which is how to use the knowledge of God! You can’t hear discernment, yet…

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