Monday, April 24, 2017

Teachings from the Lord Regarding a Christian's Social Responsibilities

Note: Dear brethren, we are re-publishing this message just to remind you of your obligations as a Christian. Let us be ready to serve at all times and endure. The Lord recently revealed to me that many Christians will face betrayal and some of us will feel all alone. Additionally, the Lord said even when we see people abandoning the faith and break faith with us, we must endure.

This week, we will share some short but powerful messages from the Lord regarding a Christian’s duty in our social interactions with others. We may have mentioned some points elsewhere on this website, but it is important that we remind you on what pleases the Lord. In Jesus name, please take these teachings from the Lord very seriously! I know truly humble and sincere Christians are always acting on conviction to God’s messages since they have the Holy Spirit, and such Christians also shares forth the purity of the truth in their hearts.

Secret Sins

First, it is important to remember that the Lord sees everything we do, and He knows the very secrets of the hearts (Psalm 44:21; 1 Chronicles 28:9; Jeremiah 17:10). It is important to be a light to the world, and we should not engage in hypocrisy or pretense. Recently, the Lord gave me a message that I should warn Christians about secret sins. He said, referring to a young man we know, “My son John (not real name) is hiding sins and he is doing some unholy things. For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither is anything hid, that shall not be known and come abroad” (Luke 8:17).

We therefore beseech you in love, my brethren, to refrain from secret sins. The Lord reminds us that sin hinders our relationship with Him; He does not accept our prayers when we offer them with sin in our hearts (John 9:31; 1 Peter 3:7). Let us be sober and heartily follow the Lord, embracing the Scriptures in complete obedience, and not following the lusts of our hearts (Numbers 15:39).


In a short vision and message to Jaydeen yesterday morning (November 22, 2015), the Lord transported her in the Spirit to some unknown location elsewhere in this world. The Presence of the Lord illuminated that entire area for her to see clearly and as far as she could see, a group of mostly white people were busy erecting white tents for homeless refugees. This is what the tent makers answered when she asked regarding the setup of all these tents (that it was for homeless refugees). She then suddenly saw a black man approaching the tent makers and he asked if he could offer them a hand. They refused and the Lord who knew their hearts spoke and said “People who are racist do not build in love and their work is being rejected”. Additionally, having been born and raised here in South Africa, a very unequal society in terms of social classes largely built on ethnicity (as is the case with some other countries around the world), we experience this kind behavior almost daily. This is even evident among people of the same race, tribe or ethnicity. If we discriminate against others based on the color or tone of their skin, or their physical appearance, we are guilty of great evil and this is despising God and the work of His hands (Galatians 3:28; Psalm 24:1; Genesis 1:26). For love has no divided interest, it is surely not divisive but inclusive in nature (1 Corinthians 13:6-7).

People’s Physical Appearance

Two days ago, on the morning of November 21, 2015, the Lord showed Charis a vision of a young man who belongs to a certain social grouping in South Africa. A young lady met him and asked him: “Why do you look so different from the [social] class of people you are supposed to belong to, and why are your lips like that?” The young man responded, “I did not create myself! Ask God; He made me like this”. Charis then heard the Lord speak and say, “It is wrong to ask people why they look the way they are! I created them so, and I am very pleased with them”. It is indeed wicked and insulting to God to criticize the physical appearance of others (Jeremiah 13:23a); their unique features are pleasing to the Lord. This variety displays the glory of God’s manifold and unmatched wisdom in creation (1 Corinthians 15:38-41; Genesis 1:26).

My encouragement to you, whether you are beautiful or not so handsome according to other people’s judgments and the world’s standards is this: don’t feel despondent, intimidated or inferior! Your unique looks should give you a humble attitude and a grateful heart for the precious gift of life. In the Word of God, this is what we are told about our Lord Jesus Christ, who now has unmatched beauty and glory in Heaven: “… He grew up before Him like a young plant and like a root out of dry ground. He didn't have an impressive form or majesty that we should look at Him, no appearance that we should desire Him” (Isaiah 53:2 HCSB). With this in mind, I am not saying the Lord was unattractive, but physical beauty was not a feature that He used to draw people to Himself. As we see and know today, the mainline media uses the ‘good looks’ or appearance of others in their marketing campaigns in order to lure us to their products, while subtly making a mockery of how we look. As it is, it’s not surprising that many people fall for these satanic deceptions and suffer so much personal self-rejection and end up following these worldly practices in order to feel accepted. This is non-sense! God has accepted you, and that is why He gifted you with life! Our Lord Jesus was incomparable in wisdom, knowledge, power, love and humility I can say, such beauty attracted me and countless others and this beauty is unfading!

Welcoming People Into Your House

This message is all about having the right attitude to welcome people into our homes and country when hardships forced them away (Leviticus 19:33-34). As an encouragement to Christians who will be host and welcome people into their land or homes, we must remember that our testimony about Christ is powerful and as we share Him and display the fruits of His love, we invite people to Him (2 Corinthians 10:4-5; 1 Peter 3:15-16). Some few days ago, on the morning of November 21, 2015, the Lord showed Jaydeen, one of my daughters, a vision of a man who was keen to receive his cousin and his family into his house for the Christmas holidays. While he heartily looked forward to receiving them, his heart was weighed down with sadness and this led him to exclaim, “my wife is very nasty with others!”

The Lord is revealing the heart of this man. We know the man’s wife, and the Lord revealed to us that this woman has an unwelcoming heart. She does not have a love for people outside her immediate family, and she is not willing to share her resources with others. This lady fails to realise what the Bible says: “Don't neglect to show hospitality, for by doing this some have welcomed angels as guests without knowing it” (Genesis 18:1-33; Hebrews 13:2 HCSB). When we practice hospitality, we will never fail to receive a blessing from God (Matthew 10:40-42; 25:40). Surely, by refusing to accept people whom God sent to them, a selfish and unkind person rejects God’s blessings. This is how we know if people or even visitors from God are sent by Him, they always come unexpectedly, and when we are discerning, courteous and caring we will know to care for them and send them away in love and peace.

Caring for Orphans and Abandoned Children

On November 13, 2015, I (Brother Glenn) was shown a vision by the Lord. In this vision I saw myself walking with a boy who was about ten years old, and I had my right hand over his right shoulder. I also saw his father and mother walking in front of us, but they seemed to show very little interest in the boy and me. In the vision, I saw the boy’s father going to a shop and buying cigarettes. He then lit one and started smoking it. The Lord revealed to me that the boy’s father neither dedicates time for his children nor cares about their upbringing in the will of God; all he cares about is the pleasures of his sinful habits. Similarly, the Lord made me understand that the desire of the boy’s mother was to protect her interest by spending more time with the boy’s father instead of her children. In the Lord’s eyes these parents did not care about their children in a godly family. I was further made to understand that God is calling upon men or fathers (as in my presence in the vision) to act as fathers to children who are orphaned or abandoned by their parents (Isaiah 1:17; James 1:7).

Brethren, this is a very serious teaching! In our experience, the Lord has given me children of my own, but he has also added children to my family so that I can guide them in God’s love after their fathers walked out on them. In my observation, and especially seeing this from my own family background, the sad story is that these children grow up with no love for others and only hateful feelings. We see the reality of this by the many heinous crimes occurring in our society. As soldiers of light, let us therefore reach out to orphaned and abandoned children. Even if you do not have children of your own, become a father by adopting children even away from their broken homes, just like I do, and become part of the joy of changing a life.

Adults Setting Bad Examples

This past Friday morning, on November 20, 2015, the Lord showed me a girl who was about thirteen years old. She was puffing away at a cigarette, and this led me to rebuke her. As she left the room we were in, I followed her and she handed the cigarette to an elderly woman who could have been her granny. When I saw the older woman taking the cigarette from her, I proceeded to rebuke her gently and firmly for setting a bad example for children. She did not receive my rebuke and angrily walked away. The message the Lord is giving us in this vision is that some elders and adults are setting very poor examples for their children. They basically lead children in wrongdoing and even approving of the wicked things they do. The Lord said that He will severely punish irresponsible adults who fail and mislead children without correcting them (Titus 2:2-5). Also, in this vision, the Lord is encouraging us as Christians not be silent when we observe such behavior. We should address this ill adjustments and sins in our society, with the aim of saving souls and changing lives.

Would you like to be a light in this dark world and experience true peace and joy? To begin a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, please start by praying this Prayer of Sincere Repentance. For any questions or comments on this article or our ministry, please contact us.

Blessed Grace in obedient submission to Christ,
Brother Glenn.

Monday, April 10, 2017


But Peter said to him, “May your silver perish with you, because you thought you could obtain the gift of God with money! You have neither part nor lot in this matter, for your heart is not right before God. Repent, therefore, of this wickedness of yours, and pray to the Lord that, if possible, the intent of your heart may be forgiven you. For I see that you are in the gall[a] of bitterness and in the bond of iniquity (Acts 8:20-23 ESV).”

As we have already warned in our prosperity teacher's article, what these men are doing is rather very displeasing to the Lord, and our Brother Patrice, having experienced this himself would just like to give a confirmation. In order to maintain originality, we have not tried to influence his writing style. These men of God are in the ministry of selling of anointing oil for commercial purposes, which is a ministry type that is totally unbiblical. This matter greatly disturbed him and after prayer, he subsequently shared it with us first and he would like to share it with you as well. Brother Patrice is no stranger to us as a family and to this ministry. In fact, the Lord has given Him a few message saying that He is a humble servant and knowing him and having worked with our brother, he serves the body of believers to encourage and reaching the lost for the Lord. Being passionate for the Lord, our brother roams the streets of France as a lone street evangelist with a passion to save the lost.


Men of God ! REPENT! and it shall be well with you- by brother PatriceI have been pondering for sometime now to write this message and being inspired by the Holy Spirit. Many people shall watch out and be wise as the Lord grows us, while there are shepherds who are thinking that the sheep of the Lord belongs to them! (1 Peter 5:3).

Let me explain my view, we certainly know how the Church has evolved since the 1st century, which is now in a bad condition (Revelation 3:17).

Who is responsible for the mess? Yes the ministers are responsible for the good and bad work in the body and the Lord will either reject or appraise our work (1 Corinthians 3:13-15).

Our first priority is not us or the Shepherd (Pastors), but Christ Jesus who is able to renew transform saves deliver, all his gifts belong to Him, The Holy Ghost and to The Father, there is nothing that does not belong to Him-

The wisdom of God and his great great love is ..GREAT INDEED! how much love the Father has and his Son.

We should never put the priority on the Men of God but Jesus-

Men of God are inspired by God but can never replace God Mighty the Eternal God or the Son.They certainly need to be honoured as the bible say we shall honour all men.

When the Gifts takes over in popularity for their own sake(men of God) then there is a danger for the sheep, they don't really can discern well and must open their eyes and accept the scripture coming their ways too! It is not because The Pastors (or any minister’s title )is so anointed or working miracles that they will necessary enter Heaven. NOTICE I truly still love the ministers but the final judgement is God, not us!May God have mercy !

Humility and not greed shall be emphasized always, being a man of God for the sheep should be this way, and to fear God , never expect to be totally right, even many are doing charity, good works, but yet are deceiving themselves the gifts of God are free and not to be bought.

Think for a moment Peter told the man that wanted to buy the gift of the Holy Spirit!

said to him :


In our days the anointing of God is sold for money and miracles-(and i know this fact by my own experience).

There shall be no other choice and if we love Him we should hold on to him every second of each day and follow him. Following the Lord Jesus might not be easy but He is Faithful and He can make it possible by His grace.

“I can Just imagine on that day when all the rewards are given to his faithful servants !

I can imagine the reckoning day when the Lord Jesus is proud of his servants and no man can take the glory upon any servants (neither our Pastors or servant of God, they will try here on earth and being proud) but imagine this scene , on that Day with the servants that the Lord Jesus Christ is pleased with ,the glory that is upon their heads will return to the Father! not your Pastor here on earth, Jesus will reward his servants accordingly, but all the Glory of the Father will return to Him knowing that through Jesus His Son HE IS GLORIFIED-Amen.

As it is, because all belong to Christ, I can imagine the day it happen seeing The Father receiving his glory back for the Good work of his SON THE KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS!

Therefore, no one can take your glory(in you ministry) belonging to the work of the Lord Jesus Christ, only Him will receive it and shall return to the Father GOD the Eternal Father!AMEN AND AMEN, A BIG HALLELUJAH!

As a direct appeal, I say, "Men of God ! DON'T SELL THE ANOINTING OIL REPENT! and it shall be well with you.

Let us remember when Paul laid his hands on Timothy he never asked him for Money to receive the power or the Gifts. Instead, Paul was trusting his young and faithful brother Timothy. Why then are you selling the anointing oil, which supposedly comes with a 'gift' from God. Thus, God's gifts are free (Matthew 10:8).

20 But Peter said to him, “May your silver perish with you, because you thought you could obtain the gift of God with money!  You have neither part nor lot in this matter, for your heart is not right before God. Repent, therefore, of this wickedness of yours, and pray to the Lord that, if possible, the intent of your heart may be forgiven you. For I see that you are in the gall[a] of bitterness and in the bond of iniquity" (Acts 8:20-23 ESV) 

If you say, "See, we did not know this," Does He not consider it who weighs the hearts? And does He not know it who keeps your soul? And will He not render to man according to his work? (Proverbs 24:12 NAS).” I said to myself, "God will judge both the righteous man and the wicked man," for a time for every matter and for every deed is there (Ecclesiastes 3:17 NAS).

"Great in counsel and mighty in deed, whose eyes are open to all the ways of the sons of men, giving to everyone according to his ways and according to the fruit of his deeds ((Jeremiah 32:19 NAS).

If you have a desire to start trusting the Lord today, here is a Prayer of Sincere Repentance. For any questions or comments about this article or our ministry, please contact us.

Brother Patrice

Monday, April 3, 2017

Being a Person after God’s Own Heart

How You Can Live Pleasing to God
‘'… I have found David son of Jesse, a man after my own heart; he will do everything I want him to do’' (Acts 13:22 NIV).
We are sharing this message again! Now, the Lord is aware that some Christians are craving sin and He recently revealed to us that many have a disregard for His Word as some Christians are openly hating and not willing to forgive. Forgiving others is central to a Christian's salvation (Matthew 6:15; 1 John 4:20) and the Lord said that if we forgive, our light shines on the offending brother or sister for his or her deliverance and salvation. Why are we forsaking our Christian duties and obligations of building up others and caring for the poor? Let our hope of salvation continue to inspire and liberate those who are faithless and hopeless.

 This message is an encouragement to Christians to pursue maturity in their faith, and this will help them acquire the necessary spiritual weapons to overcome sin, Satan and problems which often results in so much complaining. Beloveds, it is a tall task for any man to live to please our Heavenly Father. However, God chose and called David and after anointing him, David succeeded King Saul. Despite his mistakes, King David lived pleasing before the Father, and his reward was a richly decorated dynasty (2 Samuel 7:12-13; Matthew 1:1). Briefly, now since people cannot live forever and God’s promise to David was of eternal value, He had to extend it to our Lord Jesus Christ to fulfil the honor of God’s blessing to King David. When we are driven by a love for God, nothing else will matter. What I mean is that we will not seek attention from a man for their approval. Instead, there would be a constant hunger and desire for God (Psalm 73:25).
Why did David become a Man after God’s own Heart?
Let us examine the answer to this question from the Scriptures. To qualify to be a man after God’s own heart, we have to love God for being God and not just for what He can do for us (Matthew 22:37). Below we consider just how King David pleased God and undoubtedly,
  • King David loved God, and his God-consciousness was an expression of his devotion to God (Psalm 18:1).
  • By expressing his love to God, he regularly prayed to God and worshipped Him (Psalm 5:2-3; 55:17; 103:1; 1 Chronicles 29:10-13).
  • He trusted and had faith in God (Psalm 25:1; 31:14).
  • His devotion was from the heart (Psalm 9:1; 86:12).
  • David feared God, and he humbled himself before Him (1 Chronicles 13:12; 119:63; 2 Samuel 12:13).
  • He delighted in the will or ways of God (Psalm 18:21-22, 119:174).
  • God’s Word was his light and guidance through lives journey (Psalm 119:97-105;).
  • He obeyed the Word of the Lord (Psalm 119:67; 71).
Therefore, from the above Scriptural considerations, we find this basic devotional ‘package’ matchless, and this should be the envy of many Christians.
Why some Christians are always Unhappy, Afflicted and Complaining?
From our experiences with the Lord, He told us that He has a simple yardstick to measure the love of Christians for Him, and this has always evident for all to see. Do you want to know what that is? Well, read on!
As a ministry, we are often requested to deal with questions and concerns from many Christians who seek answers from the Lord. With the Lord’s help and guidance, some brethren received deliverance, help and answers to their prayers. Below, we will attempt to explain scripturally why some brethren fail to receive answers to prayer. The Lord has repeatedly pointed out to us that many Christians who fails to receive an answer to their prayers are living in sin. He said they are wilfully disobedient that is why their prayers are not answered (Joshua 7:10-13).  
After ministering to people, we would normally pray for them. On some occasions, the Lord would answer some of our prayers on behalf of the people on the strength of our faith. The moment people perceives God answered prayer, they grow dependent on the minister and undermines their faith. In other words, their faith and prayer live switches from live to dormancy. However, this the Lord explained to me, to avoid people becoming too dependent on ministers for answers to their prayers, He would not always answer, because ministers are supposed to empower people to lean on the Lord (Proverbs 3:5-6).
Why? In the first place, the Lord does not encourage people to make man their dependence (Jeremiah 17:5; Psalm 118:8-9; Isaiah 31:1). Secondly, some people like shortcuts, they become lazy to pray for themselves to exercise their faith. In a further message, the Lord explained to me that when some people depends on the prayers of others, they surrender their faith to the efforts of others (Exodus 32:1). In other words, people should use their faith and their God-given privilege of approaching the throne of grace themselves (Hebrews 4:16) and this is a call to all Christians and not just to a few. Also, I would like to add; the Bible encourage us to pray for one another (James 5:16; Ephesians 6:18). Brethren, especially those of us who ministers the gospel to others, it is sinful to make others dependent on our prayers with the result that people are no longer praying for themselves and exercising their faith to receive growth, grace, and help from God. We are Scripturally mandated to encourage and teach others to be faith independent regarding our personal obedience and devotion to God (Titus 2:6-15).
As a direct spiritual benefit, the Word of God gives us freedom from the oppressive wishes of others (Ephesians 4:14). This freedom would allow us to hear God for ourselves and follow His lead (John 10:27). Therefore, the aim of helping others is not to run the race for them, but to simply aid them in their walk with God (Ephesians 4:12). As people mature and learn to trust the Lord for themselves, they would develop the joy of the Lord, the employment of God’s Armour (Ephesians 6:10-18) and the character to avoid complaining. Bless you for reading on! And to answer our question on the Lord’s yardstick, He said that people’s faithfulness and consistency is evidence of their love for Him, and this is noticed by all (Daniel 6:10-11). We may also recall Hannah's consistent prayers, year after year she pleaded with God for a child after she realized that her husband could not change her situation but only God, her prayer was heard and answered (1 Samuel 1:6-7; 19-20).
In conclusion, by the Lord’s messages to us, He has always been pleased when Christians expressed obedience and faithfulness to Him. I can recall a message the Lord gave Charis regarding a brother whom the Lord sharply rebuked. The humility the brother expressed by accepting the Lord’s rebuke greatly pleased Him. Can you say the Lord is pleased with your life? And are you a person considered by God to be a man after His own heart? By considering your stand with God right now, would you be able to measure up to the basic devotional package mentioned above? If not, you have work to do and remember your love for God will ensure that your multiple sins are covered in Jesus name. He who loves more has been forgiven more (1 Peter 4:8; Luke 7:47).

If you have a desire to start trusting the Lord today, here is a Prayer of Sincere Repentance. For any questions or comments about this article or our ministry, please contact us.
Grace to you in Christ,
Brother Glenn.