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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Why did you not tell me?

There are people who send me their prayer requests by e-mail, call by phone or meet me personally and ask for prayers for their problems. For many of these requests, I pray with a common prayer, "Lord, please answer all the prayer requests that have come to me. Answer them according to your will O Lord and let your name be glorified, In Jesus name, Amen."

Of these there are quite a few who repeatedly ask for fervent prayers and also them which the Holy Spirit inspires me to pray continually for long periods of time. Some of these prayers go on for years together till a problem is resolved or a need answered.

One of the amusing things regarding this matter is that many fail to inform me once their prayer has been answered. For example, there have been prayer requests for couples who have not had children for long and some who need prayers for difficult pregnancies, but once the child is born, many forget to call or e-mail that their prayer has been answered. It can be due to several reasons, best known only to the Lord, but it's always best to be thankful and grateful.

Regarding this matter, I saw a dream. I walk in to a room, where a man in his 60's stands with a big smile and "mission accomplished" look on his face. I recognize him to be a vice principal of a school, who had asked me to pray for his daughter's marriage a couple of years ago. When we used to meet then, he used to tell me how his only daughter who was in her thirties had still not married and how that was a matter of grief to him and his wife. I would tell him that I would be interceding for her continually. This prayer had continued for more than two years now and I used to pray for her, naming her almost every day in prayer to God Almighty.

"What about the matter that you asked me to pray for, dear Sir?" I asked him (in the dream). "Oh, my daughter...she is happily married now. We too have been relieved of a great burden" was his response. His sentence did not end with a "Thank you". To my question, "Why did you not tell me, since I have been praying for her for so long?", he just smiled and looked away.

Some may say, we are thankful and grateful to God for his answers to our prayers, for he is the one who really matters. Right as that be, as Christians, for us, the right attitude would also be to be thankful to them who intercede for us in the presence of God Almighty.

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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Careless Christian

This dream was about a youth who had a narrow escape from a gruesome accident, was hospitalized for a couple of months and after intense intercession from his family especially his mother and other ministers, regained function and strength in his limbs and became ambulant again. He was led to Christ by a Christian minister and his wife, started attending church and was baptized in water. Earlier he had led of life of youthful exuberance sometimes bordering on the wild, but he seemed to have quietened much after him coming to the Lord.

A few months after he started attending church, I saw this dream concerning him. He was standing on a railway track with his arms stretched out looking at a train approaching him from his right. 3 of us: me, his mother and a mutual friend of ours were standing at a distance, shouting and waving to him to move away from the track. The train was fast approaching, but he seemed to care not and laughed as we kept warning him. As the train closed in on him, he moved away at the last moment and when we confronted him for his careless attitude, he remarked, "It's not my fault, it's not my fault." The dream ended there.

There are many Christians who live carelessly after coming to Christ, taking uncalled for risks, involving themselves in worldly lusts, inviting satanic interference in their lives, that jeopardize their spiritual walk. This youth seemed to care not, even though he knew that what he was doing was dangerous and could lead to his death or some sort of disability. Proper worship, a strong prayer life adequate meditation of and complete obedience to the Word of God  are all very important to live a strong Christian life. Neglecting these basics can lead to spiritual poverty, which is enough for evil spiritual forces to attack the weak believer and destroy his/her spiritual life and also bring physical ailments or even life threatening situations.

The Holy Spirit did not exactly reveal what risks he was taking in this dream, but in another dream sometime later, I saw the same youth taking part in a booze party. 

The Apostle Paul exhorts the believers at Philippi in this manner....
Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling; for it is God who works in you both to will and to do for His good pleasure. (Philippians 2:12, 13)

A good exhortation for us all...........

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Sunday, December 4, 2016

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God centered life

One afternoon as I took a short nap after my morning session at the clinic, I saw a dream wherein a suited man comes in to my consulting room as a patient. He introduced himself as the head of a Pentecostal organisation in the Gulf region. In the dream, all he talked about was the greatness of his organization and how he as chief had made the organization what it was now. The dream ended there. That same evening this minister came to see me for some bodily ailment of his and after I had prescribed him medicines, he introduced himself as the head of one of the largest Pentecostal organizations in the Gulf and all he spoke about centered on the organization and its greatness and how he himself had achieved the position that he was in now. He left after a while.

The question that the Holy Spirit asked me after he left was- Is that truly a God centered life? Is God the true love of your life?

I pondered the matter for a while.....several thoughts came to my mind.....
Our lives centers around many things; for some it is family, for some it is the job that they do, for some it is someone they are in love with, for some it is the Church that they go to and like this minister, some love the religious organizations that they lead or are involved with.

But what does God desire for us and from us???
God's desire for all of us who have trusted in Jesus Christ as Savior is that our lives be God/Jesus centered; that he becomes the true love of our lives, that we listen to his voice and follow him as he wants us to. The Good Shepherd and his sheep.
We don't ignore the other things that matter, but our top most priority becomes God and it will be reflected in every aspect of our lives. They we speak, the way we deal with others and the way in which we bring glory to God in everything we do. A truly blessed Christian life. Praise God.

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