Live like an Eagle. Walking with God…

Eagles Love the Storm: Eagles are the only birds that love the storm. When all other birds try to flee from the storm and hide its fierceness, eagles fly into it and will use the wind of the storm to rise higher in a matter of seconds. They use the pressure of the storm to glide higher without having to use their own energy. Eagles Do Not Eat Dead Things: Eagles never consume dead things, but vultures do. Eagles can fly up to an altitude of 10,000 feet, but they are able to swiftly land on the ground. Eagles have a strong vision: Eagles have strong vision, so they can identify their prey and focus on it until they get it. At the same time, an eagle can see its enemy from afar, such as snakes trying to sneak in to its nest to steal its egg or to kill its young. Though eagles build their nests on high rocks and places, snakes have a tendency and ability to climb to them. But the strong vision of eagles keeps the enemies away from its nest. Eagles Train Their Children to Maturity: Mother eagles must take good care of their young…

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IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE – VESSELS OF HONOUR AND DISHONOUR (2 Timothy 2:20)

In my father’s house there are different vessels; vessels of gold, vessels of silver, vessels of clay even plastic vessels. 2 Timothy 2:20 All these vessels have their own responsibility and none of them is lesser than the other. As long as they stay in their place of calling, they are vessels of honour. Just like the scripture says; they are vessels unto honour and their vessels unto dishonour. 1 Corinthians 1:26-29 What does it mean to be a vessel unto honour? Being a vessel unto honour means that you know who God has called you to be and you stay where God has placed you being faithful to what God has called you to be no matter what standing against  you; whether it is any form of offence that wants to pull you out of your place or a strife lurking at your corner. 2 Timothy 2:21 You can’t afford to give any place to the devil because you know that this is your place and this is your calling, so you stick to it. Romans 9:20-21 In my father’s house the vessel of gold is being displayed conspicuously on the center table for people to see and marvel.…

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THE WORDS OF MY MOUTH

Our words are important part of our lives and it therefore has huge impact on us in many ways. Think of it, even when simple syllables are uttered by your baby in her first year, it means a lot to you as a parent, in the same vein, God is happy when we speak, especially when we speak His word in form of confession. Words are very powerful in moulding our lives and shaping them in accordance to God’s plan and purpose for our lives. Word can be used to create and it can be used to destroy, we can therefore say that words have creative power and destructive power depending on how they are used. In the book of John Chapter one, we read that God’s word had been in existence before the creation of the universe and this same word is the instrument by which God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1 KJV In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Proverbs 18:21 tells us that life and death are in the power of the tongue. This is a statement that we should pay attention to, because the understanding of this scripture and the…

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