Sunday, 30 September 2018 21:13

God Rocked My World

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On Thursday 30th August 2018, Pastor Andy was talking about our source being God and I was encouraged and challenged to allow God to rock my world.

I had made a vow during the call in church towards church planting two weeks before then and was planning to pay my pledge in instalments as I was able. However, after this meeting, I decided it was best to give God the first and the best place. I decided to pay this in one lump despite having school fees by the 8th of September. I knew I needed to pay my vows to God first before meeting my own needs.

By making the decision to pay all my vows at once meant I would not have school fees for the September 8th resumption and very little cash for anything else. By Monday, 3rd September, I was beginning to remind God that the 8th was almost here. On Wednesday, 5th September, a friend came and asked me if she could buy school provisions for my child and I was so excited because I had almost no cash left. I never mentioned anything to anyone or begged or asked any living soul for help.

Needless to say, that by Thursday 6th during service, I had to praise Him on purpose and remind myself that He is faithful.

I had someone's money with me and I had already started planning how I would 'borrow' that money but I got a text on Thursday to send the money to the owner. I found this so funny as that was my last 'bus top'.

But MY GOD, MY SOURCE! On Friday morning I got an alert from an unexpected source which means that I not only paid the fees on time, but I had extra cash again! I had some house guests that week and I wanted them to have the best stay possible. And it was possible. This is how He rocked my world!

He is too faithful and more than enough.

Mrs.SO

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