Monday, March 30, 2020

Let Your Light Shine

Encouraging Christians To keep Busy

Proclaim the message; persist in it whether convenient or not; rebuke, correct, and encourage with great patience and teaching (2 Timothy 4:2). And “Devote yourselves to prayer; stay alert in it with thanksgiving” (Colossians 4:2).

Message from the Lord

I (Brother Glenn) received a message from the Lord just before waking up this morning (29/03/2020). I need to stress that all messages I received this way from the Lord through an audible voice and not a vision have proven to be truthful in all material respects. Remember, we have faith and operate by faith and we know that all GOOD THINGS for the good of all mankind comes from God Almighty (James 1:17).

The Lord has given the cure of this deadly disease to mankind for the common good of all. The Lord has given a specific country the ability to develop a vaccine against this coronavirus. I heard the name of this country, but it might be a symbolic name and it could be another country. We need to remember whether it be Germany or any other country, it is not about the country, but that God has heard prayer and provided the cure! Anyway, I heard the whispering voice of the Lord said “Germany has the cure”. No time lines were given but this virus and enemy of humanity is defeated in Jesus name! Brethren, we need to stress that we are in the end-times and there will be temporary relief against this before the next disaster will strike. 

Also, economically, the world will never be the same and ultimately widespread famine will follow mark my words! The Lord is wakening the inhabitants of the earth because after this may people will forget and return to lawless living Take heed of God’s warnings, it is meant to save us and WATCH OUT!

Vision by Claudia (30/03/2020)

Brief note: Brethren you may have noticed that the Lord has been giving Claudia visions pertaining to His Coming and the end-times. We will therefore share it only as the Lord revealed. Some may have a symbolic meaning but it all makes scriptural sense.

In this vision, I heard a loud banging noise and thunderous lightning all around (Exodus 20:18). As I looked up into the sky, it turned very dark and the sky itself was moving violently and in different patterns as if it wants to bursts (Matthew 24:29). At once I looked towards the street and I saw multiple vehicles collisions as a result of the ear deafening sound from the sky. I immediately started praying when I saw that and the vision ended!

Divisions Hinders The Gospel

Given to the various lock downs, crowd limitations and the social distancing measures governments have taken around the world to prevent the spread of this virus, this has undoubtedly affected Christian fellowship and the spreading of God’s work on a person to person bases. Like we said in our last article, nothing should stop or prevent us from praying and proclaiming this glorious gospel.

Therefore, times like these should serve as an encouragement to Christians to use every opportunity to grow closer to God, rebuking and correcting those they know and fellowship with. From the beginning of this ministry emphasized that Christians should not become followers of man or follow a certain denominational persuasion which operates through the spirit of division (1Corinthians 3:4-9). While we acknowledge that people prefer to associate with those they are comfortable with, the Lord is against all forms of discrimination and His Spirit unify the believers in a strong bond of love (Romans 2:11; Acts 10:34; 1 Corinthians 12:11).

Being in the front line of the ministry of the gospel, we hear many sensitive Christians from various sects giving various explanations to protect and remain loyal to their dogmatic convictions. Brethren, we encourage you to abandon this pattern of narrow thinking; the gospel is sovereign, all encompassing and universal in its appeal (Ephesians 4:3-6). We are not called to build our own Churches with our followers we are simply called to make disciples for Christ and to teach them to observe the teachings of the Lord not ours (Matthew 28:19).

For a full discussion on why there are so many divisions within Christianity you welcome to read our article on Divisions.

Furthermore, times like these requires of us to share the gospel from a distance and we have platforms like this online ministry and many other well-intentioned online blogs of other selfless man and woman of God who uses their own resources knows their reward is with our Lord Jesus Christ (Mark 10:29). Therefore, if need be work on an online ministry if you are not able to use messages her or elsewhere to advance the gospel knowing that the Lord is near and He has our reward with Him (Isaiah 40:10). Additionally, we know faith operates through a spirit of discernment (Romans 12:2), therefore before we commit to just ‘forward’ a message through email or through social networking platforms it is our shepherding duty to protect the flock (the weak in faith and new babes in Christ) against false teachings (Acts 20:28).

Types Of Prayers

In some past articles we shared based on the word of God, two types of prayers. We referred to personal prayers for ourselves to keep the spiritual oil burning, families, friends, governments etc (Matthew 6:6) and ministry or intercessory prayers for various things pertaining to the advancement of ministry work, Churches, for the flock of God, governments and against the influence of the works of Satan and many other requests (Acts 1:14; 4:24; 6:4). As we alluded elsewhere on this website, our personal prayers should go out three (3) times or more daily (Psalm 55:17; Daniel 6:10; Matthew 26:44).


We know there are divisions in many family homes and this is very common in the godliest homes. While we know that people living in the same house often undermines and disrespects each other because we are exposed to each other’s weaknesses and mannerism. However, this should not discourage us to operate in a spirit of kindness, love, gentleness and unity (Romans 5:5).

The Lord has given us His Holy Spirit and if we resist Him and grief Him, we will not allow Him room to guide us to do the will of God in our submission and obedience to the Lord (John 16:13; James 4:7). Like I said before, my family and I unity behind the teachings of God’s Word and we know if we are to make it to heaven and co-exist as a family we must at all costs deny bitterness to take a bitter root in us (Hebrews 12:15). Therefore, a family who is determined to disregard personal opinions (judgmental thoughts) of others and who put Christ first will have the courage to prayer together; worships together and encourages one another regardless of the level of faith each possesses. Thus if you are unable to meet up with members of your church for prayers and fellowship in times like this, the people we share space with can help us change things around within us, the home and society at large through prayer and staying love.

To receive salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ, please start by praying this Prayer of Sincere Repentance, read the Bible every day, continue to faithfully seek the Lord, and take refuge in Him. For any questions or comments on this article or our ministry, please contact us.

Blessed Love

Brother Glenn

Monday, March 23, 2020

Testing Times, Believers Must Pray And Be Vigilant

Using This Time To Serve And Harvest Souls

“Do not fear, for I am with you, do not be afraid, for I am your God. I will strengthen you; I will help you I will hold on to you with My righteous right hand” (Isaiah 41:10 HCSB).

Brethren, as a ministry, we implore you not to disregard this message because there is no vision attached to it. I (Brother Glenn) did however receive a message from the Lord yesterday morning (22/03/2020) in a vision and the Lord said, “You must live each day as if the Lord is coming today”. By this, I understood the Lord to say, lead a repentant life, forgive, do not hate, etc. Please read this entire section (Romans 12:9-21).

The World around us has changed as we know it! The aim of this message is simply to encourage the brethren and strengthen the hearts of those who are living in fear because of the corona virus pandemic.

Last week, (16/03/2020) we shared with you that the Lord is faithful to all His promises and we know God’s promises are for those who serve and obey Him and seek His will daily (Matthew 6:33; Matthew 7:23-25). As we know it, the world is gripped in a spirit of fear as a result of this virus. Countries around the world including ours (South Africa) have declared national emergencies to convey the impact of the virus and its widespread destructive effects. Biblically, this virus spreads fear and it is disruptive and it is pure evil due to its deadly effects (2 Timothy 1:7).

As it is, the result of this virus simply shows that humanity does not have all the answers to the problems we face. We need God’s intervention and that is made possible if Christians around the world pray and offer help and services to those who are affected, those weak in faith and those who do not believe yet. Thus our availability to help should not be based on any form of discrimination but to uphold the Lord’s command in Matthew 25 which reads, “For I was hungry, and you didn’t feed me. I was thirsty, and you didn’t give me a drink. I was a stranger, and you didn’t invite me into your home. I was naked, and you didn’t give me clothing. I was sick and in prison, and you didn’t visit me” (Matthew 25:42-43).

Do Christians need to Fear This Pandemic?

Not at all, the bible says that as Christians we need not fear “He Himself will deliver you from the hunter’s net, from the destructive plague. He will cover you with His feathers; you will take refuge under His wings. His faithfulness will be a protective shield. You will not fear the terror of the night, the arrow that flies by day, the plague that stalks in darkness, or the pestilence that ravages at noon” (Psalms 91:3-6).

While we as Christians can rely on God’s good promises we are not to be ignorant or arrogant. As children of God, we can claim the benefit of God’s promises and protection for times like these (2 Peter 2:9). We need to pray to the Lord for our protection, healing and for the healing of those who are sick (Mark 16:17-18).

Brethren, we hasten to add, we still need to operate in Godly fear and humility while obeying the authorities over us (Romans 13:1-2). We cannot simply go about ignoring the curfews that were imposed to stop the spread of the virus. We need to show support, breaking up into smaller fellowship groups and to continue in the fellowship of the brethren (Hebrews 10:25). 

666 Is It Time Yet?

Brethren, we cannot say at this stage if we are entering into the 666 times and neither do we want to speculate. As things stands now, this virus is threatening the world economy and widespread famine could follow and some of these things we warned and shared on this platform. We will write on this subject if and when the Lord allows and reveals. Remember, at this stage, the authorities are not against us, they are merely responding to the fears of the people and to prevent the spread of the virus. Therefore, we need to be sensitive and not add insult but to work and use this opportunity to win souls and glorify the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Having said this, we are equally mindful of the fact that the lengthy effect of this virus and if no cure is found in the immediate future chances are it could lead to the fears that many people has that governments and businesses could impose measures that could pose a threat to our faith. 

By this, we are referring to the 666 or mark of the beast system and there are some reports that some people and businesses view cash notes as a vector for the coronavirus and we know that the 666 is an economic system that requires the mark to buy or sell (Revelations 13:17). With this warning from the Word of God this system is classified as evil and Christians are to flatly reject it (Revelations 14:9-10). Anyway, this topic will require another article and we are not discussing it today but when the Lord leads us we will obey.

If you are unable to visit a Church to accept the Lord Jesus Christ due the impact of the Covid-19 virus, you can pray this  Prayer of Sincere Repentance, by faith to invite the Lord Jesus Christ into your hear. Once you have done so, read the Bible every day, continue to faithfully seek the Lord, and take refuge in Him. For any questions or comments on this article or our ministry, please contact us.

Blessed Regards

Brother Glenn

Monday, March 9, 2020

Finding Strength in the Lord Through His Word

“I am weary from grief; strengthen me through Your word” (Psalm 119:28 HCSB).

“For the Lord will not reject us forever. Even if He causes suffering, He will show compassion according to His abundant, faithful love. For He does not enjoy bringing affliction or suffering on mankind” (Lamentations 3:31-33 HCSB).

By Claudia Vision of end times (5/03/2020). This vision has also been updated on our visions section.

During the early hours of above date, I had a vision from the Lord. My father and I and Charis were in a public place with people all around us. I felt as if we were in the final days before the Rapture. We heard a very LOUD NOISE and people panicked running in all directions (1 Thessalonians 5:3). We were also running and we came across an old woman who offered us a hiding place, we refused because we knew it was the end and there was simply no safe hiding place (Psalm 27:5).

Brief interpretation

Brethren, the Lord has revealed to us that some of the visions He gave relating to the end times are symbolic and discernment is needed to understand. We prayed asking for clarity on this vision and the Lord said all should be ready as sudden destruction could strike anytime, without warning and that there will be no hiding place.

Additionally, brethren as we know it there is widespread fear and panic as a result of the Coronavirus, this ministry has no intention to add to such fears. Our commission is to encourage and get as many people ready for the coming of our Saviour. The Coming of the LORD will be a great event and a JOYFUL occasion for many Christians (2 Corinthians 1:14). We are in every way a prophetic voice who has been given this grace to prepare the bride. Therefore as a family, we are convinced that the LORD in His immeasurable Mercy is preparing people especially those who faithfully followed His messages on this website. As to how long whether a year or two or shorter period of time the LORD will prepare us before THAT DAY we have no idea. What we know is that our King is preparing, gathering and readying His flock.

Today's message, generally as people, we are always grief smitten, frustrations and discouragement, and as you well knows, no one has been immunised against feelings of sorrow, worry and hopelessness. As a family, we are experiencing our fair share of discouragements too! We are firmly tested and when the Lord is silent, we have learned to use our faith and trust the counsel of the Scriptures to conquer insults, inner conflicts and any other challenges. Naturally, when many of us are at the crossroads of despair, we often question if God really cares about us. As a result, we feel that our prayers and efforts are worthless and not seen and appreciated by the Lord. While we may be tempted to agree with such sentiments, these are lies! The truth is that the Lord watches our every move and strengthens us in our weaknesses (Psalm 139:1-12; Isaiah 40:29). The Lord, in His love and wisdom, knows that we are hindered in our walk with Him if He does not give us strength, and He takes no pleasure if we do not bear fruit (John 15:8). 

How the Lord Provides Encouragement to the Weary Soul

There is no other remedy available to encourage us Christians when we are down and feeling low, besides the Scriptures (Psalm 119:50; Romans 15:4). I have heard some Christians going to other sources to find comfort and encouragement instead of seeking the Lord. The Bible tells us of only One Comforter - the Spirit of Truth (John 14:16-17), and the comfort He provides does not contaminate our souls. Instead, He purifies us (2 Corinthians 7:1). While the help we might find elsewhere might bring some temporary relief, when we turn to the Lord He will both comfort and empower us to overcome the soul-straining discomfort (1 Corinthians 10:13; Psalm 46:1).

It is worth mentioning that if we have issues with our faith, we would find it very hard and discomforting to accept directives and encouragement from the Word of God. I am addressing those who are weak in the faith, and my purpose is not to undermine the Word of God as an adequate Source to deal with our moments of sadness and discouragement (Psalm 119:105). We should dispel the notion of treating the Bible as if it does not contain living words that are relevant in today’s world. The Bible declares: “For the word of God is living and effective and sharper than any double-edged sword, penetrating as far as the separation of soul and spirit, joints and marrow. It is able to judge the ideas and thoughts of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12 NIV). The force and effect of the Word of God is fully evident in a heart of faith. What would surface for others to see are the invisible qualities of joy and peace. In other words, the Holy Spirit releases an energy of strong comfort in us with the outward manifestation of joy and peace in lives.

In various messages to us as a family and to members of our ministry including to some brethren around the world, the Lord gave us words of great comfort when we suffered insults, loss and frustrations due to internal conflicts that challenged our faith and confidence in Him. When I was obedient to the Lord in rebuking some brethren, I suffered some vitriolic insults which rendered me spiritually crippled with discouragement. However, in powerful messages through Charis and through the Bible as I faithfully read it, the Lord would give me comfort and strengthen my soul by cleansing me from the effects of those negative words. Therefore, not only did I receive comfort, but I also received soul strength, inner healing and empowerment to conquer people’s insults through love. For those who don’t hear from the Lord like we do, He has never lost sight of you, and the Lord still speaks through His Word and through the Holy Spirit as you faithfully seek Him! (Hebrews 11:6; John 2:26-27). In trying times and soul-straining situations, we need faith to stand on, and His comfort and encouragement will sustain us.

Here are a few ways we can find strength in the Word of God. This list is by no means exhaustive since the Holy Spirit will use the Word to personally minister to you based on your unique situation and circumstances.
  • Through the Word, we learn that Jesus empathizes with His children and understands our weaknesses (Hebrews 4:15).
  • We get encouragement that our tests and trials are not unique, and we can cry out to the Lord for help as David (Psalm 18:6), Jehoshaphat (2 Chronicles 20:1-17), Hezekiah (2 Chronicles 32:1-22) and others did.
  • We receive hope through any distress – financial, emotional, physical, etc. (1 Kings 17:7-16; 2 Kings 4:1-7; Isaiah 41:10).
  • We learn that our failures are not final and the Lord is merciful (Deuteronomy 4:31; Psalm 86:15; Micah 7:18). God can give you a second chance as He did with Peter, Jonah, Samson, David, and others.
  • We get encouragement and warning not to lose our faith (Romans 6:23; Revelation 2:10).
  • We gain courage to stay strong through every kind of adversity (Psalm 23:4; 116:15; Hebrews 11:32-40).
  • We learn that God’s ways are always the best, no matter how difficult they may seem (2 Chronicles 25:7-9; Jeremiah 6:16; Matthew 7:13-14)
  • We overcome rejection, betrayal, and aloneness knowing God is always with us (Deuteronomy 31:6; Proverbs 18:24).
  • We are convicted of our sin (Hebrews 4:12).
  • We receive encouragement not to give up – the lord is coming soon! (2 Timothy 4:7; Hebrews 12:1-2; Revelation 22:12).

Ill Feelings Increase Discomfort

In December 2014, two sisters in our ministry had a sharp disagreement which resulted in one of the sisters leaving the assembly of the brethren due to anger. The Lord, in is His great love and mercy, facilitated reconciliation between the sisters. In a vision to Charis, He reminded them that their anger and hateful feelings for each other would result in both of them being left behind if He was to come at a time when they still harboured these ill feelings. Subsequently,despite the Lord’s encouragement not to quit but to pursue peace, one of the sisters still disobeyed and quit, returning to her old life in the world.

Through the above incident, we learned that when a Christian has lost love and tolerance for the weaker brother or sister, they would rather leave the Church and hold onto ill-feelings instead of humbling themselves and seeking forgiveness. They fear being hurt again and lack the courage and love to face and deal with differences in a godly manner. Avoiding others when we disagree is displeasing to the Lord. The Lord revealed to us sometime in February 2016 (through a vision to Jaydeen) that hateful feelings and not forgiving others will result in our lives being cut short. In the Bible, we see the example of King Saul who was consumed with hatred for David, and he had no peace and died a broken man (1 Samuel 18:8-11; 1 Chronicles 10:13).

In conclusion, remember that while we were yet sinners, God showed His love towards us by Jesus Christ dying for us (Romans 5:8). Now that we have been born again and following Him, nothing can separate us from His love and He is always willing and able to lift us up (Romans 8:35-39; James 4:10). Therefore, we encourage you brethren to guard against frustrations that can lead you away from the Lord. The Lord has provided us with remedies of peace through His Word. The Word of God truly is a living testimony that can change our lives, when it is activated by our faith and His Holy Spirit who releases the joy of His comfort.

To find strength in the Lord, please start by praying this Prayer of Sincere Repentance, read the Bible every day, continue to faithfully seek the Lord, and take refuge in Him. For any questions or comments on this article or our ministry, please contact us.

Blessed comfort in Christ,

Brother Glenn .