Our Heart Matters!

Posted by on Oct 30, 2013 in Chethan, Featured

Our Heart Matters!

  Your heart defines you and your walk with God! For God, ministry and power doesn’t matter. God is moved when our hearts move for Him and for His people! We are in a very tricky place when meetings, healing and miracles move us more than God Himself. The last three weeks, we witnessed 16 blinds eyes open, 12 deaf ears open, the lame walking, the handicapped made whole and many other healings of incurable diseases. While I was pondering over these and when I was talking to my spiritual Mentor (Rev. Shyju Mathew). He said, “Son, disconnect from all these miracles. Don’t dwell on them, they have nothing to do with you! He said, fix your eyes on Jesus and continue to pursue Him and your best is yet to come!” Beloved, that’s when I began to think of what really matters to God. The answer came so quickly. The Holy Spirit said: your heart My son! When, what moves God’s heart begins to move us: things change, ministry changes, life’s view and perspective change! Ultimately at the close of this age, God is looking for hearts, which are sold out for Jesus. It is in our hearts beloved, where the Holy Spirit loves to dwell. Our hearts are the holy altars where His fire burns! The Holy Spirit doesn’t dwell in our reputation; nor does He dwell with us dependent on if we have huge meetings and crowd followings. He dwells with a humble, broken and contrite heart. God is looking for yielded hearts; who are dependent on Him every moment, who will say yes to Him with all of their being! Are you yielded to Him? Have you left your rebellion behind and dealt with your heart condition? It is time we do! Our heart matters. In this life’s journey each day we are getting closer to eternity, let’s get our hearts ready for eternity! Much love and prayers, I would love to hear from you! Jesus loves...

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The Secret Behind True Strength

Posted by on Jul 5, 2013 in Featured, Nimmy

The Secret Behind True Strength

       I moved half way across the world at the age of 19, and learned to do just about everything on my own. In living alone, in travelling alone, in doing it all alone I had become strong in my own strength. I was confident I could do anything set before me, I could handle anything; alone. I had become what the world tells us to be, independent and strong.And I thought that was a good thing. But today I realised God does not want me strong in myself, He wants me to be strong with His strength.                                                                        Sometimes, or more accurately most times, we have no idea how God is moulding us daily. We are unaware of it, that is until we retrospect. That’s what happened to me as I travelled the trans-Atlantic route that I had travelled so many times before, I realised I had changed. I was no longer the girl who tells the world, bring it on, I can handle anything, but I found myself telling God, I cannot go unless Your presence goes before me.                                                         And I thought of Moses, the first time he left Egypt, he left in his own strength. But the second time he left, he told God, I will not go alone unless Your presence goes before me. His encounter with God had changed him forever, he realised his own strength was not enough.                                         God has to strip us of our independence to truly walk with Him, dependent on Him.                                                                                                            I can relate this to a marriage, in a marriage, two independent people come together, but only when they are stripped of their independence can they truly be dependent on each other; and can they learn to function as one. We are created to function with God as one.We are created to be dependent people. Dependent on each other and dependent on God.                      I have been happily married since the past two years.And since the past two years God has been refining me, like...

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How to be a Weather Changer

Posted by on Dec 28, 2012 in Chethan, Featured

How to be a Weather Changer

Everyday we are exposed to so many things around us which can influence us either in a good way or in an evil way. One quality of a strong child of God is that they don’t allow themselves to be influenced by the evil outside, but rather they influence the outside world with the good they carry, they allow the Holy Spirit inside them to manifest outside. Think about this scripture, “Greater is He that’s in me than he that is in the world,” (1John 4:4)  which means we should project the greater one – God in us to effect the world outside us! We are called to be revivalists and carriers of God! We all find ourselves in environments that can be at times more than challenging, but  did you know we have the power to influence the atmosphere we live in and not get tormented by the oppression in the air! The Word of God calls satan the prince of the power of the air, and he works in the sons of disobedience. (Ephesians 2:2) So what should we, the sons of obedience, who walk with our heavenly Father do? We can be weather changers! We can talk to our atmosphere! Speak and declare change and transform it by disturbing the prince of the air and vandalise his territory by terrorising the devil and breaking his airwaves! Elijah is one man who changed the climate he lived in! He spoke what he wanted into existence; he was a weather changer, he prayed rain back into drought. In the way we live, our atmosphere around us will respond. For a land to prosper, good weather is required, for everything from cultivation of crops and fruit, is dependent on the weather. Sometimes the atmosphere in our office, college, and home can be very challenging; in times like these we need to exercise our God given authority to bring a change. Take this simple example, we need to be like the tea bag which changes the hot water around it, instead of the egg which gets changed by the hot water! How can we do this? 1. Speak to your atmosphere only what you want to see manifest 2. You can change the outside only if you carry something different inside – practise carrying and honouring the Holy Spirit in everything you do 3. Create an atmosphere in you before you speak it out. The world that is inside of you is the world that you will manifest outside of you! 4. You can build your inner world by praise & worship, Word & prayer 5. Praise and worship enables us to speak God into our atmosphere by direct proclamation and declaration of God’s Word in majesty, reminding the devil again and again the truth of God that prevails over our lives and the victory that was won on the cross!...

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