Exodus 4: Take the rod in your hand, and say yes.

Moses answered, “What if they do not believe me or listen to me and say, ‘The Lord did not appear to you’?”- Exodus 4:1

1. Can you believe? After everything the Lord just told him, Moses still finds a way to doubt and object to God. Moses’ reluctance and fear were caused by over anticipation. He was worried about how the people might respond to him. We too, often build up events in our minds and then panic over what might go wrong. But we need to constantly remind ourselves that God does not ask us to go where he has not provided the means to help. Go where He leads, trusting him to supply courage, confidence, and resources at the right moment. Continue reading “Exodus 4: Take the rod in your hand, and say yes.”

Things I learned in the Worship Room

I think the best part of worship, is that moment you feel completely undone before Him. That moment when you feel so close to Him, so close that you can feel every single electric charge of His love electrocute you! My favourite part about worship is that moment when I’m face-to-face with Him. And right then, I feel completely shredded, as though I’m about to explode and the only thing keeping me together is my skin. The Worship Room is my favourite room in Heaven, because we’ve made it our secret place. Where we can be just Him and I, and He can make me like Him. The only place I’m not afraid to be myself. Continue reading “Things I learned in the Worship Room”

Exodus 3: If only you knew young Moses

“Who am I that I should go before Pharaoh, and that I should bring the children of Israel out of Egypt?” Exodus 3:

Ahhh, the question you either used to ask yourself, and sometimes still do. You look at yourself, where you come from, what you’ve done and you feel unworthy, inadequate to do the works God has called you to do. But the thing to learn from this is that, you shouldn’t doubt, nor look down on yourself. If God chose you, He knows why! Moses, Raïssa, whoever you may be!  Continue reading “Exodus 3: If only you knew young Moses”

The process of

Someone asked me a question, I was never asked before and it made me think. I was asked: How did I know God told me about my destiny?

I think, the revelation to our destiny and who we are called to be is found when we are busy serving and chasing after God’s heart. It’s like I once wrote in “surface” for those who read it, when you take the time to dig underneath the surface of your skin, you realize the source of light enlightening our being. And once we discover, and find the answer to that, we find the answer to who we are. Continue reading “The process of”

Keep your mind, in the Kingdom.

Yooooo friends, let me tell you guys a little secret. This year, it’s all about the Kingdom mind. A year where no matter what happens, my mind and spirit will constantly stay connected and locked to the Kindgom. A certain situation happened few days ago and I’ve been going to bed heavy hearted. So today the Holy Spirit woke me up and rushed me for breakfast ( read my Bible). Continue reading “Keep your mind, in the Kingdom.”

Finding strength.

It’s my first week of school and it would be a total lie if I didn’t admit that I’m a total head case. I am currently sitting on the cold floor of these strange crowed hallways & I don’t know where any of my classes are, which demands that I arrive to the classroom at least an hour early just so that I may be certain that I shall not be late. Continue reading “Finding strength.”

Brokeness: Exodus 3:1

Exodus 3:1

What a contrast between Moses’ life as an Egyptian prince and his life as a Midianite shepherd! As a prince he had everything done for him; he was the famous son of the Egyptian prince. As a shepherd he had to do everything for himself; he was holding the very job he was taught to despise and he lived as an unknown foreigner. What a humbling experience this must’ve been for Moses, don’t you think? Continue reading “Brokeness: Exodus 3:1”

Intro: Exodus

“GET UP…leave….take off. These words are good ones for those trapped or enslaved. Some resist their marching orders, however, preferring present surroundings to a new, unknown environment. It’s not easy to trade the comfortable security of the known got an uncertain future. But what if God gives the order to move? Will we follow his lead? Exodus describes a series of God’s calls and the response of his people. Continue reading “Intro: Exodus”