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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

God does not call the qualified. He qualifies those he calls!


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Jesus Christ chose twelve disciples (who became Apostles) to assist him in his earthly ministry. But before he chose them, he had to go into the mountain to pray for wisdom for that tough assignment. 

“Now it came to pass in those days that he went out to the mountain to pray, and continued all night in prayer to God. And when it was day, he called His disciples to himself; and from them he chose twelve whom he also named apostles”Luke 6:12-13. 

The name Apostle comes from the Greek word Apostolos, which means “God's Messenger” or “Ambassador”. The job of an Ambassador is never an easy one. Especially if you are to represent God’s interests on earth. In principle, Apostles had to be people of high resume and societal recognition. 

However, after praying for so many hours, I am baffled by the kind of people Jesus Christ chooses. Given our canal mindset, the Apostles that were chosen by Jesus were actually “mistakes”. How could Jesus choose such people of low standing to be his lieutenants? 

Take for instance Peter, he was one person who would speak before thinking! He had a quick temper, very talkative, uneducated and above all just a simple fisherman. 

If we look at the Sons of Thunder, James and John, they did not have a heart for people. At one time when Jesus had been rejected in Samaria, they wanted to call fire from heaven to destroy the same people Jesus came to save. 

If you look at Andrew; he was an unlearned fisherman. Phillip was very inquisitive. Matthew was a tax collector, and these were the biggest thieves of that time. Simon the Zealot was very physical in nature. Thomas was a doubting Apostle. He wanted to see and touch first before believing. 

Then comes the most surprising of them all, Judas Iscariot. The Bible clearly says that Judas was a thief! “This he said, not that he cared for the poor, but because he was a thief, and had the money box; and he used to take what was put in it”John 12:6. Jesus chooses a man like Judas, ordains him to be the treasurer of his ministry! How could Jesus do that? Are we missing something here? 

The answer to all these questions lies in the conduct of Jesus. He was always on record saying to his father in heaven “Let your will be done”. His entire assignment on earth was conducted in line to the will of the father. And his father in heaven has a tendency of using the despised of this world even on special assignments! 

“And the base things of the world and the things which are despised God has chosen, and the things which are not, to bring to nothing the things that are. That no flesh should glory in his presence”1 Corinthians 1:28-29. 

When you take time to look at this example of the twelve Apostles, you will begin to realise that God’s wisdom is totally different from man’s wisdom. His thinking is supreme and his conduct is sovereign. 

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God does not call the qualified, but he qualifies those he calls! Even if you look at yourself, you will also see that you were not worthy to be raised to that standard where you are today. You stole from your workplace, fornicated in church, aborted five times, lied to your parents, tricked your friends, but today God has raised you to another level. It is all by God’s grace so that no one will boast of their mighty. 

Remember this: … The lame shall take the spoil” – Isaiah 33:23. 

Message preached by: Bishop Pride Sibiya (www.pridesibiya.com) – Founder, President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Bethel Worship Centre – Holy Ghost Revival – May 2013 

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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

One day a wealth businesswoman passed through a side road on her way back from work. There was an old man was selling his eggs on that road. She stopped her convertible grey Mercedes Benz AMG S63, to buy some eggs from the old man. This “side shop” was the only source of income for the old man.


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The businesswoman lowered her window and inquired from the seller. 

“Sir, how much are you selling your eggs for?” 

The seller replied, “25 cents per each egg, ma’am”

She scornfully demanded from the seller, “I will take 6 eggs for $1.25 or else I leave”. 

The old man, with no option, replied, “It’s alright ma’am. You can have the 6 eggs at $1.25. Maybe this is a good beginning because I have not been able to sell even a single egg throughout the day. God bless you so much”

The businesswoman took her eggs and drove away from the seller. In her mind she had won (the 25 cents)! 

She drove away to meet her best friend at one posh restaurant for their evening treat. The two ordered some expensive meals and ate just a little of that. They then left a lot of what they had ordered on the table. The businesswoman then went on to pay the bills. She tendered $100.00 to pay the total bill of $90.00, and asked the owner of the restaurant to keep the change! Woooow! 

Such incidences are common in our everyday lives. While the rich businesswoman went on to spend a lot of money later on, but she didn’t see the need of supporting that old man selling eggs by that little 25 cents. She behaved like as if it was a lot to her! 

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The Billion Dollar Question Is: 
Why do we always seem get pleasure in demonstrating our power and influence when negotiating with the weak of the society? Even when we know fully well that we are more than capable of assisting them in their noble cause, we are always trying to sound naïve? Whenever we buy from the needy ones, we seem not to care about them at all? And, in that same regard, why do we seem to get so generous to those who do not even need our generosity? Why? 

Ladies and gentlemen, we are our brothers’ and sisters’ keepers. Where there is a noble cause, why not empathise and push them to another level? They are not beggars. They are just trying to make a genuine living in a tough world. Let’s learn to empathise. 

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During the Soviet Union era of brutal dictatorship, the revered former Soviet statesman, Joseph Stalin, once came to a senior political party meeting holding a live chicken in his hands. 


In the full glare of other meeting delegates, he began to pluck off its feathers one by one. The live chicken wriggled in excruciating pain, with blood oozing profusely from its pores where feathers had been pulled off. The chicken gave out heartbreaking cries, writhing with pain, but Stalin continued plucking off its feathers without showing any signs of remorse. In a few minutes, the chicken was now fully soaked in blood as all its feathers had been plucked off. 

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Stalin threw the bloodied chicken on the ground, took some chicken feed from his pockets and started to throw it at the blood-soaked chicken. The chicken began to feed from the food grains. And as Stalin began to deliberately walk away, the poor chicken followed him, and ended up sitting on his feet now feeding directly from his hand. 

Stalin then explained the brutal lesson to his party leadership (paraphrased). 

“This chicken represents the people out there; the masses; the electorate. The whole strategy is for you to dis-empower them first, brutalise them, beat them up and leave them in confusion like what I did to this poor chicken. When they are in such a helpless and desperate situation, even if you give them peanuts, they will still follow you blindly for the rest of their lives. They will literally begin to feed from your hand, and at the back of their minds they think you are a hero. They will quickly have forgotten that you are the very same person who brought them into that painful and miserable situation in the first place. That’s the only way to subdue and control the people you lead. Comrades, I rest my case”. 

This is a typical case study of the leadership style people are facing today the world over. They continue to support and pamper the very same people who sucked blood out them! 

Let’s see if you can relate to this sickening modern day dictatorship style from whichever area you come from. 

Acknowledgements: “The General” Eric Knight. 

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Monday, November 4, 2019

Dr. Myles Egbert Munroe (OBE) stands tall as one of the greatest Kingdom Leadership gurus ever to walk on this planet. He left a legacy and footprints of success and achievements spread all over the world. 


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In trying to explain what made him such a global icon, below is one such profound teaching extract (paraphrased) from one of his publications. 

Religious people think that God uses emotions. They think that He will somehow feel sorry for us and give us resources to use in life. No ways, God uses principles, and one of the key principles in this life is the Principle of Management... A lot of people have asked me how I have managed to build a powerful global organisation sitting in over hundred countries just from seven people. The answer is simple; I did not do this because I am trained in theology, but I have managed to do so because I have a master's degree in business management. The Kingdom of God is all about management, and if you don't know how to manage resources then there is nowhere you will make it. Right from creation, we see God creating man to manage the earth. It has always remained like that... Manage, manage, manage!!

What a powerful teaching from Dr. Myles Munroe.

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On 27 March 1977, two Boeing 747 jumbo jets; KLM Flight 4805 and Pan Am Flight 1736; collided on the runway at Los Rodeos Airport, Tenerife; Canary Islands, killing 583 people. This has been recorded as the deadliest accident in aviation history up until today.


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Given the intensity and sensitivity of the accident, many schools of thought arose. But one school of thought produced its Investigations Report which primarily blamed the KLM Captain, Jacob van Zanten, who allegedly failed to apply proper human factors skills on that day. Captain van Zanten represented the greatest aviation mind at KLM, Netherlands, having clocked 27 years of magnificent take-offs and landings. At the time of his death, he had amassed approximately 11,700 flying hours. He was the Chief Flight Instructor for the Boeing 747 fleet, again heading the KLM's Flight Training Department. It was unthinkable that such an accomplished aviation legend could make some simple and glaring mistakes that would redefine human factors in the modern day world. 


Some of the mistakes noted were as follows: 

(1) Failure to communicate properly with the air traffic control. 
(2) Failure to communicate well with his subordinates in the cockpit. 
(3) Making rushed decisions without looking at the consequences involved. 
(4) Taxing on the runway without clearance from the air traffic control. 
(5) Failure by the subordinates to correct their commander despite glaring errors for fear of being reprimanded. 

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What Do Modern Day Leaders Learn From This Accident? 

1. Teamwork is very important in all our endeavours. Even Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God, needed the twelve disciples to assist him. 

2. Be a leader not a boss. When you give room to your subordinates, you will get the best out of them. 

3. Don't desire to be feared but rather earn respect. It is easy for your members to give you corrective advice when they love and respect you. But when you instill fear, chances are very high that they will leave you to "crash" that assignment, and possibly never to recover from that disaster. Command respect not fear. 

4. It is always wise to get a second opinion. Even God, he would sometimes converse with Abraham. He could have done things his own way, but instead he opted to find the opinion from Abraham, his creation. He modelled the way for us that a superior can still get assistance from a subordinate. 

Leaders are not angels. They are still prone to make mistakes. However, functioning as a team reduces the chances of making glaring mistakes and the ripple effects thereof. 

Be a great team player and see how your subordinates will stand with you. 

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That's my humble story. 

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In Genesis 1:26-28 we see God creating mankind in "his image and likeness". 


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It must be put on record that God will never do for you the things that he deposited in you to do. For instance, no matter how anointed you are you still have to cook your own sadza and relish, and eat it yourself. Failure to do that you will die of hunger right in the presence of God an the anointing! God will never feed you physically because he knows you can do it. 

The same God gave us trees, but if we want tables and benches from the same trees then we have to do it ourselves. He gave us iron, rubber and other minerals underneath the earth, if we want to build posh cars then we have to do it ourselves. 

If we want computers we have to sit down, think and build them ourselves. 

So when we say we depend 100% on God, it's about divine policy and direction of the Holy Spirit. It's not about the actual doing because that one we were given the creative power to do it ourselves. 

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From today onwards please don't over-spiritualise things, trying to sound "holier-than-thou" . Do what you are supposed to do and leave that which is beyond you to God. 

May God help you understand this fact of life.


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Adam and Eve failed to keep their Oath of Office with God in the Garden of Eden, and fell into the transgressive mood that has engulfed humanity since time immemorial. We have all been born amidst many weird theories and practices. And one of them is killing one another.


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Our correctional centres are full of many people who have killed for various reasons. There are many graves scattered throughout the world of people who were killed in different circumstances. Some were murdered, poisoned, decapitated, run-over by cars, shot cold blood, thrown into ditches, thrown into rivers, electrocuted, put in gas chambers, burnt in raging fires, struck by lightning, put in acid and never seen again. We have chilling records of no remorse. 

From the day Cain killed his brother Abel, the world has never stopped to spill blood. “Now Cain talked with Abel his brother; and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother and killed him”Genesis 4:8. 

Many people have been killed physically, spiritually, verbally, emotionally, morally, socially and psychologically. But before you think of destroying someone, have you ever considered the implications thereof on yourself, the victim and the dependents of both of you. Have you ever thought about that? 

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When you kill somebody’s vision and dreams, you have not only killed that person’s future. You have just killed all the lives of the dependents that were benefiting or set to benefit going forward. An entire race could have been wiped out through your actions. The ripple effects will usually see the immediate family starting to struggle in many aspects. Children drop out of school through failing to pay school fees. The next time you meet that person’s family living they might be living in squalid conditions or have become street kids. The trajectory goes on and on. 

Please don't hurt anyone's life and vision, for there are many people who depend on it. No matter how terrible their behaviour has been to you, just think of all others who are waiting for the fruition of that vision. The person and their vision might not resemble any significance to you, but to others it means the whole world! 

Even when you meet a bird, lizard, snake or ant, don’t just be quick to kill. You may never know what all that means to their dependents. 

Value human life; value other people! 

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Bishop Pride Sibiya of Glory Ministries takes time to teach and reflect on the key aspects to take note of in ministry; with specific reference to all church leaders in all their portfolios of calling. Kindly go through the same and learn from a seasoned servant of God.


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1. Never think people joined your church because you are anointed more than the pastor of their previous church. 

2. Understand that many of members are members of three churches. They have their morning church, afternoon church and evening church. Fight for commitment. 

3. Social media is having impact on church attendance, so we must fight for church attendance. Now many people can stay at home and watch Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram live. 

4. Don’t kill yourself over some of the people that left the church. Restoration will one day come. 

5. When your members start becoming wealthy and enter places of influence, and you don't update yourself and the ministry; you will surely lose them. 

6. Don’t be a pastor who prays for people to get miracles and after that they leave your church to give testimony in another church. 

7. The way you encouraged them to leave their pastor to join your church that is how they will leave you to join another church. Beware! 

8. There are more giftings in you than pastoring. You are an author if you preach in series. There is school in you, a conference speaker. Develop all your ministry potential. 

9. Build your brand. Be known for something. Let your message and brand stand out. 

10. Some of the genuine fathers that God will give you might not be popular, nor wealthy. But they have the wisdom and the anointing to help you. 

11. Don’t be so much caught up in ministry trying to grow a big church and lose your family. 

12. Don’t be so much in a rush. Ministry is a long journey. Some of the things that people rush for don't last. 

13. There is no point in time where you won't believe God for the next level. 

14. Don't put your frustration on your members. They didn’t come to church to hear your complaints. They came to be blessed. 

15. Understand that some pastors lie and exaggerate about church attendance, honorarium etc in order to make you feel they are better and anointed than you. Stay cool. 

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Authored and taught by Bishop Pride Sibiya (www.pridesibiya.com

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Friday, November 1, 2019

Satan is a very intelligent person.


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This article was adapted from the message that was ministered by Bishop Pride Sibiya – Founder, President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries – on 18 October 2009. The message was titled: The Devices of Satan, ministered at Glory Ministries – Inner City Worship Centre. 

Satan has got his tools well-oiled and strategised. His tools are very cunning, deceptive and secretive. He does not put them on display like what we human beings do. He hides them and make them look harmless and innocent practices. 

Most of the things that deceive people are considered innocent practices. Take for instance, the intimate exchange of secrets by someone’s spouse which may blossom and lead you into an adulterous relationship; or the practice of not returning “small change” and receipts which may lead one to misuse a cumulative huge amount of money. The onus is on you to search for the mysteries that surrounds Satan’s machinations. 

“Lest Satan should take advantage of us; for we are not ignorant of his devices”2 Corinthians 2:11. 

The Apostle Paul clearly brings out the need for us to be wary of the devil’s devices of deception. Without understanding them we are doomed. 

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As much as the devil was heavily defeated on the cross more than 2000 years ago by Jesus Christ, he still has got power here on earth through his tricks. Remember, the first Adam fell for his tricks in the Garden of Eden, and consequently surrendered our dominion and influence on earth to the devil. It is not an easy fight for us to regain full control of that treasure here on earth. Even though the victory was laid out for us on the cross, we still have to fight for our full control here on earth. 

From all the four corners of the world, Satan is busy deceiving Christians right inside the church. 

DO NOT BE ANOTHER VICTIM. 

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This article was adapted from the message that was ministered by Bishop Pride Sibiya – Founder, President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries – on 18 October 2009. The message was titled: The Devices of Satan, ministered at Glory Ministries – Inner City Worship Centre.

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You have got to think big to become different from others. 


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You can all appear the same as pawns in a game of chess, but your thinking and vision can be different. While others look at themselves just as pawns, you can refuse that tag and begin to see yourself as a king.

Whatever that you see manifesting in the physical, it all starts in the mind. 

THINK BIG and you will not disappoint. 

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