Monday, October 27, 2014


Jesus said to Peter in (Matthew 16:23) “Get away from me, Satan .  You are an obstacle in My way, because these thoughts of yours don’t come from God, but from human nature.”  This aligns the true nature of abuser’s intent to block the way of progress for their victim, who like Jesus, was telling His plans for His future to the apostles, but Peter disliked what Jesus was intending to do, (Matthew 16:21, 22) “I must go to Jerusalem and suffer much from the elders, the chief priests, and the teachers of the Law.  I will be put to death, but three days later I will be raised to life.  Peter took Him aside and began to rebuke (reprimand) Him.  “God forbid it, Lord!” he said.  “That must never happen to you!”  This article from Peter to the Son of God, to whom he had declared openly in (Matthew 16:16) “You are the Messiah, the Son of God.”  How could he be critical of Jesus’ mission to do what the Father had sent Him to do after seeing what Jesus could do, his faith grew dim at the fear of Jesus’ departure from him, tried to keep Jesus from doing what was His purpose.

As we can see from this encounter of Jesus with Peter’s remarks of trying to control and manipulate Jesus to do against His will, but to accommodate Peter’s needs and remain with them and support and keep up the lifestyle he had become accustomed to with Jesus and the other disciples over the past three years with Jesus teaching and journeying the countryside together with many followers, Peter didn’t like change whatsoever.  But thank God, who did forbid what Peter rebuked Jesus for doing, which turned out to be our salvation and Peter’s too, as we learn further along in the Scriptures how when asked if he knew Jesus, Peter disowned Jesus three times, as predicted by Jesus beforehand to him when he claimed his loyalties to Jesus.

We must recognise the human nature’s spirit of Satan at work here in Peter, which denies any loyalty whatsoever when confronted with a fearful situation of making a choice, or choosing to do something out of the ordinary, as Jesus had told them earlier in, (Luke 22:31) “”Simon, Simon!  Listen Satan has received permission to test all of you, to separate the good from the bad.”  Here in this account of Jesus, we learn about how good must be separated from the bad, and not have agreement with any bad people who demise or want to stagger us from doing what we believe is necessary to do as our responsibility.

We are also under attack as Jesus was, when He was reprimanded by Peter, who had no right to overrule anything Jesus was saying whatsoever.

We are under attack as well of human nature’s lifestyle of rebuking us in whatever task we choose to do without the permission of another person, when they choose to reprimand us from doing what we said we would do for our benefit.  If we allow the reprimander, and give in to their demands and not oppose their abusive behavioural qualities lifestyle for us, then we become in agreement, and lose our free will to the tormentor of our free lifestyle Jesus died to give us on the cross at Calvary.

Here is a prayer of thanksgiving to Jesus for being our Messiah, and dying on the cross, and three days later rising from the dead for us to be able to rise from the dead things in our lives of human nature’s intentions to forbid us from doing our free will:

*Lord Jesus, we are truly sorry for our part in “the man-handler’s lifestyle of the abusive behavioural qualities lifestyle,”

We commit our lives into your hands Jesus, and not human nature’s any longer Jesus.

We recommit our lives to you now Jesus, in thanking You for dying on the cross for our sins and redemption from giving up our free will to be abused by the reprimander in our lives.

Jesus Christ of Nazareth is our Saviour and our Lord forever, Amen, and we give You  our free will to direct our life into Your ways of truth and freedom of choice to do as You have purposed and designed our life’s purposes for the glory of the Father, and may the Holy Spirit be ever in our decision making with Your Word of Knowledge that we may live the lifestyle pleasing to You alone Jesus, Amen, and we now draw the bloodline of Jesus over the whole lot of obstacles in our way, so be it Lord Jesus to do it!”

Thursday, October 9, 2014


According to (Matthew 10:28 GNT) “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul; rather be afraid of God, who can destroy both body and soul in hell.”  This depicts sin’s reward from having been deceived by the evil promotions of world enterprises including, Christian churches who manifest to the needy with manifestations of delusive spirits, to attend churches for their sensationalism with impressive words that are the cause for excited feelings and emotions.

We are told in (Matthew 10) instruction on the conduct of those who serve as ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  We who serve in this ministry must comply and trust God to supply us with all our daily needs, because we must be prepared to do as His Word says or else we would be living a heretical lifestyle of preaching and teaching God’s Word to others, but not doing so in our own lives.

This warning comes because of the many televangelists who are preaching the good news for a price to the needy instead of doing as Jesus instructs in (Matthew 10:8), “You have received without paying, so give without paying.”  (Matthew 10:20), “For the words you will speak will not be yours they will come from the Spirit of the Father speaking through you.”  We must therefore, be accountable for our teaching and preaching God’s Word as He designates, not seeking popularity with sensationalism.

God knows what each person needs to hear when they go to church, rather than just for giving, they should be able to receive, and get what God has prepared for them to get through the message spoken.  (Psalm 50:23) tells us how God is honoured when we attend church, “Giving thanks is the sacrifice that Honour Me, and I will surely save all who obey Me.”  How kind and generous is the God we serve, for He knows our needs before we ever needed them, and it’s in the thanksgiving offering when we attend a church or even pray to Him in our homes, that honours Him.

Be freed at last from the sensationalism of giving, out of an emotional sense of giving money out, or sending money for television outreaches.  Give generously, but wisely and not out of emotional giving through “the manifestations of delusive spirits” alluring the needy to give, for the sake of receiving their hearts desires through donations requested to fulfil God’s availability to bring about what they need.

The way to be freed from such falsehoods is to repent of “the manifestations of delusive spirits through the sensationalism lifestyle,” as such:

*”Dear Lord Jesus, I repent of “the manifestations of delusive spirits through the sensationalism lifestyle,” I am truly sorry Jesus and I ask you to wash and cleanse me of all my unrighteous behaviour as a result.

I thankyou Lord Jesus to fill me up with your grace now, through the Holy Spirit filling all the areas made void within me with the perfection of your Kingdom, Amen!

So be it Lord Jesus to do it, and I draw the bloodline of Jesus over the whole lot, and I forgive and forget everything from myself and everybody for the past and present in Jesus’ name, Amen!

Thankyou Jesus to, guide me in your way of truth and enlightenment to have clarity and discernment in knowing the truth from any falsehoods, Amen!”