Friday, November 27, 2015

Let Jesus In

"A child has been born to your family and we have checked her destiny, she will be great and famous but we don't want that to happen. Asake you are the household witch in that family, do whatever you need to do and make sure she doesn't fulfill the destiny the Creator has for her"
Asake left the meeting of witches and wizards and began to think of the best way to destroy baby Esther who had just been born to her younger brother. She thought about poisoning the baby but that would be suspicious so she made up her mind to thwart Esther's destiny. She would make her a way ward girl through black magic.
Asake killed a he goat and took out of the blood then she chanted "goats are stubborn and don't listen, Esther you will not listen to advise, you will be a stubborn girl and you will be wayward".
Asake put some of the blood from the goat on her finger and went to greet her brother, she carried baby Asake and pretended to be playing with her then she put the finger with the goat's blood in baby Esther's hand and the baby sucked it.
At 18, Esther was a beauty, she had brown hair reaching her waist and her skin was as light and glistening as butter under the sun. Her eyes had a touch of blue, her shape was a slim figure 8. Men were crazy about her, they found her irresistible and Esther loved them back too. Esther never listened to her parents or anyone, she caused her parents a lot of pain and by the time she was 20, she had a baby and didn't know who the father was, she became a stripper at a club and also did drugs.
Esther felt like she was in a cage, like something was controlling her and making her do the things she didn't want to do. She would really love to go to school, get a decent job and get married. She didn't want to be twerking in front of drunk and lusty men, she finally realized that she needed help but she didn't know who would help her.
Esther left the club around 4pm one morning and as she was waiting for a taxi, she began to hear the loud speaker of a church talk about the prostitute whom Jesus forgave, the preacher talked about a brand new life.
She found herself walking towards the loudspeaker and as she entered the church, the preacher turned to her and said "welcome Esther, Jesus just told me you will be delivered today". She didn't know how he knew her name but she was ready to try this Jesus. Right there, she was led to Christ and as they prayed for her, she began to vomit blood; everyone was scared and after that, she fell asleep. Esther woke up brand new and she's now a pastor and a happily married woman.
Beloved, for every Moses, there is a Pharoah, for every David, there is a Saul, for every Samson, there is a Delilah, for every Jacob, there is a Laban, for every Mordecai, there is a Haman, for every Adam and Eve, there is a Satan.
There are forces that don't want you to succeed and excel, they have seen things about your future before you even have an idea and they will do everything possible to destroy you and they will succeed UNLESS you find Jesus and surrender to Him! The devil hates you because of the destiny you carry, only the power of Jesus can stop the devil.
Don't wait another day, do you feel like the Esther in this story? Jesus is saying in Revelations 3:20 (NLT) Look! I stand at the door and knock. If you hear my voice and open the door, I will come in, and we will share a meal together as friends.
Open the door of your heart to Jesus today, say after me "Heavenly Father, I come before you today and I confess my sins, I believe Jesus died on the cross for me and His blood has washed my sins away. Please give me a new heart and a new life"
Congratulations! You just gave your life to Christ please find a bible believing church and introduce yourself to the pastor. God bless you!

My 20 year dream is to see the Gospel preached to a billion people through the social media. You too can be a social media evangelist, kindly share and repost this Gospel of Jesus Christ so that others can be blessed just like you have been blessed. Thank you for reading. Shalom

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