I Cannot Mourn with Those That Mourn…

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AKA I am a converted Christian but unbroken!

I hope your week has been nothing short of fantastic?

Remember in this post, I said; ‘In due time’, the part 2 of Help! I cannot rejoice with those that rejoice will be posted? Well! Today is that due time and rightly so.

Can I be honest with you? When I said: In due time, I said that because I knew that I needed a personal ministration/revelation of what it means to mourn with those that mourn. If I had published a post on this topic earlier than today, I would’ve been feeding you skeletons, no flesh. What I learnt from this is: Walk with the Spirit of God. Be honest with yourself and God. Wait on His timing, it is ALWAYS perfect.

You will be shocked to know that it is indeed more difficult to mourn with those that mourn, than to rejoice with those that rejoice. You may say: why is that? Continue reading

Why you shouldn’t make use of ‘Petrol’, but make use of ‘diesel’ II




Happy New Month, my lovely readers and visitors. Don’t think you’ve seen everything that can come out of this year. God is done with manufacturing  your outstanding suprises. It’s the manifestation time.  Just sit tight, and let him be God!

This is the part 2 segment of this post. But before I delve into the nitty-gritty of the concluding segment, I will like to mention something that was brought to my attention by my friend.

After I had put up the post, my friend drew my attention to the definition of grace in the post. His opinion was “You quoted that grace is unmerited favour. Is there a merited favour? Us being used to a slogan doesn’t always make the slogan right”. Those were his exact words. I will say the same thing I told him, for any one that shares his view. I do appreciate his opinion. He is right. Favour in itself is not merited, hence its name. However, why I chose to use that definition was to make great emphasis on the fact that ‘this favour in itself is not merited’, so the additional ‘unmerited’ was ‘to take the point home’ [I don’t know if I am making sense]. I know it’s repetition or you may say, that’s an ambigious statement, well, it’s for emphasis sake.

To have a ‘whole’ comprehension of the title and this post, please it is necessary to have a read of the previous one

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