Your Christian Purpose


Your Purpose is to fulfill God’s Destiny for your life
Fulfilling your Destiny is your purpose.

In the Bible we read: “For this purpose the Son of God was manifested that he might destroy the works of the devil.” (1 John 3:8)

Jesus’ purpose is to destroy the works of the Devil.

My purpose is to walk in the freedom Jesus has provided for me through His death on the Cross and His resurrection from the grave.

In so doing I am pushing back the enemy’s Kingdom by declaring God’s superior Kingdom in the Earth.

I ask myself: ‘In what area of life am I contributing to the destruction of Satan’s activities in this World?’ For example, every time I help a hurting soul, speak a kind word to a lonely neighbour or lift up the Name of Jesus, I am pushing back the barriers of injustice, fear and evil!

This is my Purpose.

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Prayer for Healing


My experience with prayer for healing in the Body of Christ is that increasingly the Prayer Team are giving the person a Prophetic Word rather than praying Fulness of Life In Christaccording to Scripture.

The Prophetic Word may go something like this: “I see you as a new-born baby lamb, filled with the joy’s of Spring time.” which is really lovely and indeed very encouraging, but I wonder if a better word – one which the Bible calls...” a more sure word of prophecy’ (2 Peter;19 ) would go something like this:

“He himself bore our sins in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed.” 1 Peter 2:24

As a Christian Life Coach I have had a number of Clients on-going in seeking physical, emotional or Spiritual Healing. Should you like to find out how this may be good for you as a means of pressing in to receive all that God has, CLICK HERE for Your Free Trial Coaching Session 

 

I can do all things

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

This well known verse from Phiippeans verse 4:13 is a great encouragement for many of us.

The word “Do” is often seen to be an invitation to execute our own strength and determination to achieve ‘good things’ in our lives.

It actually refers to our willingness to allow Christ’s power to sustain us in difficulties and challenges. It also refers to Christ’s power within us to enjoy, to the full, the good success and abundance that does come our way.

I have found there is a battle going on in my soul at this time. Even as a Christian, after many years, I still find my self attempting to sort things out in my own strength.

With the economy in difficulty, jobs being lost, cut-backs here, cut-backs there, it is a challenging time for us all.

One response I’ve noticed is to get tough with the Devil! To stomp around declaring faith-filled scriptures,; praying fervently: rebuking this, rebuking that and generally getting into a right tizz about it!

But, behind all that spiritual bravardo there whispers a still small voice that says: “Seek first the kingdom or God and His righteousness, and all thee things shall be added to you.” (Matthew 6:33)

It is primarily a time of developing a closer relationship with God the Father. It is a time of standing still and seeing the salvation of the Lord God who is with us.

It is a time of believing His Word in love – and not in desperation (fear!)

What the Lord wants is for us to know that we have His promises first on the inside; and then, from out of the abundance of our hearts we speak His life on the outside.

In other words, it’s an ‘inside out’ job.

So here’s some scripture’s to help get us started on your inside-out breakthrough…

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” (Phi 4:13)

“I am strenghened with might through His Spirit in the inner man,…” Eph 3:16

“You will not need to fight in this battle. Position yourselves, stand still and see the salvation of the Lord, who is with you.” 2 Chron. 20:17

“Not by might or by power, but my My Spirit,” Zech 4:6

“…for the battle is the Lord’s,.. 1 Sam 17:47

What do you think? I’d love to have your comments.

Thanking God – the missing Key?

When there’s a problem in your life: something missing, a need not met, a healing to receive or a person to meet; it’s time to apply the Biblical method of ‘Giving Thanks.’
Thanking God for your needs is a declaration that He has already provided them. Not that you are thanking God for what He’s offered you in His Word, but for what you already have – by faith! My website

You are not trying to receive the answer to your prayer some time in the future; but the truth is, by faith, you already have it. This is the ‘children’s bread.’

The power of a ‘Thank You’ must never be underestimated.

That need in your life is filled by declaring out loud that you already have it. Thanking God is the most powerful means of affirming your need is met NOW!
And by adding rejoicing and celebrating, you’re not only speeding things up but you’re also positioning yourself to always be in a place of receiving. Just imagine what a life time of ‘Thanksgiving’ will do for your life.

Bearing Fruit

Seasons of mists and mellow fruitfulness – berries and fruits everywhere; the result of months of preparation beneath the surface. Nature has dutifully carried out Gods instructions to both provide food for all manner of creatures and to reproduce of its’ kind.

The Bible teaches us to do likewise: to bear the fruit of his Spirit, to love others, to give, serve, bless and forgive. And yet in common with all of nature, we have an enemy that seeks to subvert Gods plan. This enemy is ever working deep beneath the surface of out hearts to bring us into fear, condemnation, hopelessness and offense. He knows that if he can discourage us in God’s plans, he lives to tell another lie!

It’s good to remember that what we put in to the ground of our heart is what we get out. The farmer or gardner knows only too well the necessity of preparing the ground for sowing or planting; and the effort it takes to weed and protect its’ growth. How much more are we to work diligently to apply God’s Word so as to bear fruit with patience.