Category: Wednesday Wisdom

3 Things God Will Use to Test You in Life.

In life, you will go through trials and tribulations that will test your faith in God. If Abraham the father of faith was tested, you will most likely be tested. If you haven’t already gone through it, be expectant, your test is on the way! You will be tested for your faith in God. You will be tested for your obedience to God. Intentions of your heart will always be tested by the Lord. God will test you on so many things in order to help you get right with Him.

Those tests are not meant to cause you any harm but they are meant to stretch you, renew your mind, refine you and cause you to grow in your Christian faith. Your tests are meant to be your testimonies when you pass them. But when you fail your tests, you will repeat the class. Everybody who is born of water and the blood has to go through these tests at some point in their lives. Even the righteous get tested! It’s God’s way of pruning and preparing His children for greater things ahead (1 Peter 1:7). You can’t escape it.  So prepare yourself so that you are not caught unawares. Continue reading “3 Things God Will Use to Test You in Life.”


3 Critical Things to Expect on a Personal Transformation Journey.

Revival is the renewal of the mind and the transformation of lives in a society. It doesn’t just happen, it starts from individuals. It starts with having a mindset for a true change and being persistent in prayers for a touch from the Lord. That is what we have been praying for in my church and it has somehow extended to me personally. Continue reading “3 Critical Things to Expect on a Personal Transformation Journey.”

Pray for a Heart of Humility

Humility cannot be taught but it can be learned and it can be a gift from God. Most people will learn and acquire the gift of humility through trials and tribulations. King Nebuchadnezzar did not learn to be humble until he ate with the animals and he lived like them. Moses learned the art of humility in the wilderness having fled from the King who sought to kill him. King David exhibited traits of humility throughout his trying times and the only man who was truly humble was Jesus. He didn’t raise his hands or feet or eyes when beaten and battered, instead he blessed his persecutors and he prayed for them. Humility means keeping quiet when insulted or abused even though it might hurt your feelings. Humility is walking away from claiming your rights when being persecuted for it.  Continue reading “Pray for a Heart of Humility”