“These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.” John 16:33 

Our May Pastoral Workshop was on fire this month!
This is where local pastors  and ministry leaders come together for encouragement and enrichment in God’s word and that is indeed what happened.

The Bait of Satan by John Bevere was the foundation for May’s sessions. Although it seemed a “hefty” topic, as soon as the enemy’s bait (hurt, pride, rejection) was revealed and how he uses our feelings as a trap, it was clear that his tricks would no longer work.

This is what some of the leaders who attended had to say:

 I will not let pride ruin me. I will not take offenses and put them in my heart. I choose to walk more in forgiveness. This may sometimes be painful but God’s grace is sufficient for me and I will not repay evil with evil. I will walk in love no matter what. – Sello Mpho.”

“Asking God to reveal offenses and give me the wisdom to deal with them properly, was really an important step for me. I felt really humbled by this opportunity because the devil will use our pride to trap us into feelings of negativity.” – Anonymous

“I am passionate about sharing today’s teaching with others; we must not run away from the trails and tribulations! Standing firm in His word will ensure that the traps of bitterness will not have any hold on us.” -Pastor L.D Leboto

How we react to offenses is a test of true character. We must immerse ourselves in the Word and know that when it comes to a challenge; We have to rise above it and press on.

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