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No Pressure: Just Wait for your time

You can find yourself in a situation whereby everyone around you is getting married and you have not yet found someone to settle with for marriage . Sometimes your colleagues are either getting promoted or getting opportunities elsewhere and the door seems to be shut for you . In some cases all your friends appear to be progressing faster than you. It is very important to observe the following:
1. Don't be jealous , celebrate with others in their moments of success
2. Don't be discouraged, things don't work out the same way for everyone
3. Work hard, continue to do your best under the given circumstances
4. Don't rush, most mistakes happen when you don't take your time
5. Learn from others, there is no harm in enquiring how others are doing it.
6. Be patient , wait for your time

Exodus 3:11 He has made everything beautiful in its time.


I have compiled these scriptures because it has been brought to my attention that many young boys and girls in the message are now engaging in premarital sex with multiple partners.

The first person you had sex with is your husband or wife in the eyes of God because you made yourself one flesh with him/her. Any other person you had/have sex with after that first person is committing adultery (becoming one flesh with many people).

And since you become one flesh with many people, all are your husband’s/wives in the eyes of God, apart from adultery, you have married many people in the eyes of God and polygamy is a sin.

[1Co 6:16] What? know ye not that he which is joined to an harlot is one body? for two, saith he, shall be one flesh.

[Exo 22:16] And if a man entice a maid that is not betrothed, and lie with her, he shall surely endow her to be his wife.

[Deu 22:28-29/KJV] 28. If a man find a damsel that is a virgin, which is not betrothed, and lay hold on her, and lie with her, and they be found; 29. Then the man that lay with her shall give unto the damsel's father fifty shekels of silver, and she shall be his wife; because he hath humbled her, he may not put her away all his days.


Jesu arikudawo kudanana newe...

Sugar mhamha = Aids infected woman
Sugar Daddy = Aids infected man

Jesus = Life changing friend, Life giver, Way maker.

you deserve more than chipfambi chema sugar whatever.... the Joy ends paunotunda kana kutundirwa ndipo paunoti bengenu woona kuti you have just wasted your life.....

Seek Jesus now...

why make your Life a Sex event????


Understanding True Worship

When we talk about worship, there’re those who don’t understand what it is. They wonder, “Who do you worship?” “Why do you worship?” “What are the benefits of worship?”

Worship is the recognition and appreciation of the goodness, blessings, kindness and righteousness of God. It’s the recognition, appreciation or confession of His character. For example, when you give thanks to God and say, “Lord, you’re good; you’re kind; you’ve blessed me; you’re righteous,” etc., you’re defining, recognizing, and appreciating His character.

God likes it when you worship Him like that because it shows who He is in your life; it separates Him from everyone else and from everything else. When you thank Him for His goodness, provisions, blessings, and all the wonderful things He’s given you, and done for you, you’re attributing those beautiful works to Him. The necessary result is that He’ll do more in your life.

Furthermore, worship brings to us a greater revelation of God. This is why we worship God and not men, angels or things. Neither men nor angels have the capacity or ability to reveal themselves beyond what they themselves can perceive. You can’t grow spiritually from knowing an angel or another human being; no human can reflect you to you, because every human being is unique to himself. But in fellowship, God reveals Himself to you, and in that process, He reveals you to you, and also reveals your future, your life, your personality, your value and then His purpose for your life.

That’s why when you study the Bible and read of men and women who encountered God, they all had a divine revelation of God’s purpose for their lives, an understanding of the future that God was leading them into, and a revelation of God Himself. Thus, worship for us is something much more than a form, a ritual or mere religious activity. When we worship God, there’s true recognition, a true perception, and real encounter with Deity.

When you’re in church and it’s time for worship, or when you worship in your closet, give it your attention; worship the Lord in reality, with this understanding.

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Apostle Ezekiel H Guti's words of encouragements young people :

When I was still young in the Lord, I used to think that people grow spiritually by praying and fasting only.But later on I realized that we grow in the Lord through participating in the things of God. I realized that we grow through pressure and responsibility. Praying and fasting only is not enough for you. You need to be exposed to pressure and responsibility. Jesus noticed that his disciples were not growing by just following Him and he sent them to preach alone two by two (Mt10 v1ff).

All those who want my God to bless you and take you to greater heights ,I say love my God and His work not His blessings. The God I worship said to me " I shall rise many young Ezekiels who will continue with this mighty work I have started with you Ezekiel". I therefore say to young people love my God and give yourselves fully to His service and you will see yourself growing inside you. Do not criticize your leaders,rather pray for them. You are not in the position of God. (Gen 50 v19). You lose your blessings by talking bad things about those in authority. I told you about that friend of mine. I told him that I will not pay tithes because the Pastor was not treating me well. But my friend was a good man,he touched my hand and said," You are not giving to man but to God". If you want to see people who are immature in God, you listen to what they say. They avoid responsibility and criticize others. When I was a young Pastor some people used to avoid the meetings I used to call for so that they find the bases of opposing me.But where are they? They became bitter and died. Do not criticize God's work you die young my children.


When you don’t have plan BWhen we were young in the rural areas of Buhera in Zimbabwe we did not have too many options. ...
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When you don’t have plan B

When we were young in the rural areas of Buhera in Zimbabwe we did not have too many options. The only way out of poverty was education . This motivated us to work very hard because there was no plan B. There was no pantry , refrigerator or drive through Macdonalds so we could not afford to miss a meal because there was no plan B. I remember that if you said to my father,” I don’t eat cabbage “, he would make you kneel down with a plateful of cabbage and pray for you then ask you to eat by faith because there was no plan B. Now we are raising children who have too many options and I have discovered that they don’t have the same tenacity as we used to have. Too many options bring complacency . We thought better conditions would launch them higher and further in life but my observation is that they are relaxed because there is no pressure . When you don’t have plan B , you work harder on plan A.

Esther 4:16 Go, gather together all the Jews that are present in Shushan, and fast ye for me, and neither eat nor drink three days, night or day: I also and my maidens will fast likewise; and so will I go in unto the king, which is not according to the law: and if I perish, I perish.

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For the Son of Man is going to come in his Father's glory with his angels, and then he will reward each person according to what they have done.

How to wait for your day .There is a day when good things are going to happen to you . Don’t worry about your current si...
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How to wait for your day .

There is a day when good things are going to happen to you . Don’t worry about your current situation. What is important is for you to understand how to wait for that day.
1. Believe that your day is coming . Expectation is the breeding ground for miracles . Never stop believing
2. Celebrate with others on their day. Congratulate others when they achieve great things, don’t be jealousy . Don’t stress when others get blessed.
3. Do just sit there and wait, do something. Good things come to those who work hard. There is no substitute of hard work
4. Enjoy your day when it comes. Make a conscious decision to celebrate the goodness of the Lord in your life . Enjoy it when you get it from the Lord

Your day is coming . Don’t lose hope

Ecclesiastes 3:1 For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven.

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For the Son of Man is going to come in his Father's glory with his angels, and then he will reward each person according to what they have done.

Unit IntroductionFor God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, thatwhoever believes in Him shall not p...

Unit Introduction
For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that
whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.
John 3:16 is one of the first verses that many Christians memorize. Eventually, it
may roll off a believer’s tongue so quickly that little regard is given to its meaning or
significance. For a moment, though, we will use this familiar verse as a starting point
to talk about one of the most important mandates given to the church—evangelism.
This unit, “Until the Whole World Knows,” has three primary concerns: (1) the
motivation for evangelism, (2) the message in evangelism, and (3) the ministry of
evangelism. John 3:16 speaks to all three of these concerns and serves well as an
outline for the content of this unit.
The Motivation for Evangelism
John 3:16 is part of a narrative that describes one of Jesus’ evangelistic
encounters. Jesus placed great priority on evangelism. As we follow in His footsteps,
we should also note why Christ evangelized. His evangelism brought glory to God. It
was an expression of His love for God and His neighbor. It displayed His
commitment to obey His Father’s every command and His compassionate concern for
the lost who faced eternal damnation apart from faith in Him.
The Message in Evangelism
John 3:16 tells us about God. It assumes the existence of God, as do all of the
Scriptures. Evangelism is a declaration about the God of the Bible. God loves the
world He made. His love for mankind reaches its highest expression in the sacrifice
of His Son.
John 3:16 reveals to us who and what human beings are. Evangelism is a
declaration that human beings are sinful, separated from God, and in need of a Savior.
They are in danger because their hearts, at the very core, are corrupt and in rebellion
against God: “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked, who
can know it” (Jer 17:9 KJV). The record of every person’s thoughts and actions
shows that we have fallen far short of God’s holy standards, “for all have sinned and
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fall short of the glory of God” (Rom 3:23). Paul summarizes the consequences of sin
in this way: “the wages of sin is death” (Rom 6:23).
When we consider the status of the heart, record, and life of mankind, we begin
to understand the significance of Jesus’ declaration, “For God so loved the world.”1
This statement is striking because, “The point . . . is not that the world is so big that it
takes a great deal of love to embrace it but that the world is so bad that it takes an
exceedingly great kind of love to love it at all.”2 Mankind is in peril, but there is also
great hope in the gospel message.
John 3:16 focuses on the person of Christ. Evangelism is a declaration about
Jesus Christ and the redemption He accomplished on the cross. God the Father gave
His only begotten Son, and Christ willingly came to earth so that no one would
perish. In John 10 we read the words of Jesus, “I lay down My life for the sheep” (Jn
10:15). Christ gave Himself to the agony of death on a cross (Acts 2:23-24) so that
we would have eternal life through faith in Him.
John 3:16 also directs us to the importance of faith. The object of our faith is
Jesus Christ. All of God’s Word points to the fact that Christ’s death on the cross is
the only means of atonement for sin (Isa 53:6; Acts 4:12; 1 Tim 2:5). Saving faith
applies Christ’s redemptive act to the life of the sinner. To place our faith in Christ is
much more than intellectual agreement with the gospel; it is to totally trust Christ
alone for the forgiveness of sins and for eternal life.
Where there is true, saving faith, there will also be sincere repentance of sin.
Jesus states in the gospel of Mark, “the time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at
hand; repent and believe in the gospel” (Mk 1:15). Paul taught Jews and Gentiles
repentance toward God and faith in Christ (Acts 20:21). Since there is a close
relationship between repentance and faith, in evangelism we call people both to
repent and believe.3
The Ministry of Evangelism
John 3:16 also directs us to one of the best examples of how to evangelize
effectively. Jesus was speaking to a man named Nicodemus who was a member of
the Jewish Sanhedrin, a Pharisee, and a ruler of the people. Nicodemus had
ecclesiastical power and extensive theological knowledge. He had already made his
mark in the world and achieved a certain amount of renown. He is presented in the
narrative account as a representative of all the best that mankind could offer. Jesus,
however, was not impressed with Nicodemus’s list of credentials. He knew what was
in the heart of everyone. In essence, Jesus said to him, “Nicodemus, I know who and
what you are. You are sinful and separated from God. You are in spiritual danger.
You need to be born again. You need God to give you a new heart, a new record, and
a new life. You need to believe in Me.”
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Jesus engaged Nicodemus with the core issues. As believers follow Christ’s
example, they will do the same. “Until the Whole World Knows” is designed to equip
students to obey the Savior’s last command before departing this world, “Go into all
the world and preach the gospel to all creation” (Mk 16:16).4
The results in evangelism must be left in God’s hands. God is sovereign—even in
evangelism. Our responsibility is, however, to take the initiative and present the
gospel of Jesus Christ often and well to the people God brings into our lives.
May this unit help you to evangelize with proper biblical motivation, to present
accurately the gospel message, and to carry out confidently the ministry of
evangelism, remembering the promise of Christ: “And lo, I am with you always, even
to the end of the age” (Mt 28:20).
Unit Description
The six lessons of this unit are designed to encourage you in the fulfillment of
your responsibility to evangelize effectively those around you. Lesson 1 cites five
reasons why we all should be involved in the work of evangelism. Lessons 2-5
discuss topics related to a clear understanding of exactly what the gospel message is.
These issues include: God, sin, Christ, repentance, and faith. The final lesson focuses
on helping you develop some basic skills that are essential in carrying out an effective
ministry of evangelism.
Contributions to Developing
The content of this unit provides you with opportunities to grow in the
understanding of who God is and who humans are. This will encourage you to trust
God more and turn away from sin. Taking time to share the gospel with your nonChristian
friends demonstrates an active love toward God and one’s neighbor. It can
also cause your faith to grow because you are forced to trust God in new situations.
Contributions to Developing
Effective communication of the gospel best occurs in the context of relationship.
As you grow in your ability to share the message of salvation with others, you will
also experience progress in your interpersonal skills. Evangelism is all about sharing
personal experiences—your personal experience with God and Jesus Christ, His Son.
Contributions to Acquiring
Ministry Skills
The primary ministry skill in this unit is evangelizing. The essence of this
ministry skill is the ability to present the gospel in a way that people come to a saving
knowledge of Jesus Christ. One who is competent in evangelizing shares the gospel
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clearly and succinctly, keeping the focus on the person and work of Christ and the
need to believe in Him for salvation.
This person is also able to explain truths and answer common questions about the
gospel. He or she can handle typical objections (e.g., what about those who have
never heard the gospel?) correctly but concisely and tactfully, without being diverted
from the gospel presentation. One who is competent in evangelizing shares a personal
testimony in word and also lives it out.
The working definition of “evangelizing” for the purposes of this unit is the
following: The declaration to mankind of the gospel, the good news of Christ’s
substitutionary death on the cross and of His resurrection from the dead to the
end that people might believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved and receive
eternal life.
This unit examines biblical motivation for evangelism, primarily by looking at the
example of Jesus and the Apostle Paul. Faithful application of the biblical principles
presented in the unit will lead to greater concern for the lost and to boldness in
The unit also presents a thorough explanation of the gospel with emphasis on the
dangers of a weak or ineffective evangelistic message. After preparing a gospel
presentation, you will be observed and evaluated by a qualified trainer as you clearly,
accurately, and completely communicate the gospel and a personal testimony to an
unbelieving listener. The listener who understands the content and implications of the
gospel will have an opportunity to put his or her trust in Christ as Savior.


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