Bless you brethren in Christ Jesus. We thank God for a new year, I pray that very good thing your heart desire this year shall be meant by the Lord.

Jesus said we should seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and every other thing we desire and needed shall added unto us. Our God is a God who is great in power and mighty to save and deliver even beyond our comprehension. There is nothing He cannot do. When He said He will bless you and strengthen you, surely, he would do exactly as he said. His word never fails, thou it may tarry and linger, but it will surely come. (Habakkuk 2:3)

He is a promise keeping God. Every word that has come out of his mouth would never return to him without fulfil the purpose which been sent. You might ask, why God never answer my prayers and grant my request? My answer for you is to seek his will and purpose for your life. Take time to think about how God moves in your life both in good and bad times. Reflect on his ways in your life. Don’t compare yourself to another person. Just reflect your mind on your life and your household.

Whatever that happens to us in this life either good or bad, that is how God want it to turn out. He has is own plans for all of us especially for those who seek him diligently. And no one can challenge his plans in our lives. We should only ask God to strengthen our heart so that we may be able to accept his will for us especially the unpleasant ones. If you don’t give up on God and never turn your heart and mind against him, I promise you today as heaven and earth bears witness, that God would bring joy to your heart once more. “Sorrow may last for the night but joy cometh in the morning”.

Delight yourself in the Lord always and He would grant you the desires of your heart. Seek the Lord with all your heart and soul and you shall be found by him. Devote your time to the Lord, and He will reward you abundantly even more than you ask for. Peace and Love to you wherever you are.



Yours in Christ Jesus our Lord and Saviour.

Pastor Kollins Arthur