Sunday 29/10/2022 message.
A very wonderful Sunday to You All, so today being the last Sunday of the month of October, having a message from the spirit of God to enter into the new month new week, still new month to move in to the remaining months, November and December better still November or maybe there would be a message from another direction from the spirit of God. So we are going to be looking at the book of Proverbs. So let’s look at Proverbs 30 from 24.
There be four things which are little upon the earth, but they are exceedingly wise. Vs 25 the ants are a people, not strong, yet they prepare their meat in summer, the Conies are but a feeble folk, yet make their houses in the rocks: vs 27, the locust have no King, yet go they forth all of them by bands. The spider taketh hold with her hands, and is in kings palaces. All of these four creatures, the ants, the Connies, the locust, the spider, does things differently, but they are wise, they know when to do the things that they want to do, they have their own seasons of operation and it helps them to stay alive except humans or naturality comes to take them away, still you all should note this word I just said, wouldn’t go further because I would be explaining part of this word, human / naturality at the Word Rhema 2023, so the ants and all of those creatures that I mentioned are very smart, that is the way God program them. Vs 29, there be three things which go well, yeah, four are comely in going, A Lion which is strongest among beasts, and turneth not away for any, especially when there is opposition, and the truth has to be heared, not turning away, vs 31, “A greyhound as he goat also, and a king against whom there is no rising up”, wow! You all would be surprise at the meaning of this proverbs though there might be preachers that has another meaning to this proverbs, but I am speaking from the mind of God, the above proverbs means, you all know looking at servral challenges of life, there are times no food no water, no rising up, as it is said in the proverbs, it means times And then this proverbs used A king when maybe you would have A king, for so long for years, no prosperity in the king’s life, or let me go like this, maybe those in the kindred, or from that community, they make progress, but they don’t remember the King, and don’t give him any fortune from the progress that they made and then the King becomes very Old, and no one gives the king fortune, and years after years it has been like that, its of advantage that is what this proverbs is saying, because it’s for a reason, that’s what causes the King Grey hair, that greyhound is a proverb, it means greyhair in this particular proverbs which means a very prolong life, there was no rising up for this King, maybe that’s why He has a grey hair, which is likened to long Life, now I am going to be explaining this, and it doesn’t mean when you don’t have prosperity you would or could have A grey hair, it doesn’t work that way most times, and then this proverbs is trying to explain something, it means everything could work together for our good, don’t worry about what you face, it could be for a reason, that’s why you didn’t have that prosperity maybe you wouldn’t have that greyhair, if you force yourself to aquire anything that you want, and still on another occasion this greyhair king could still aquire what he wants, and it would be depending on the times around him, not having anything aquired that wouldn’t make him not to have grey hair, now this King could be likened to anyone, Because it’s a proverb, it doesn’t necessarily mean just king only, So that’s the meaning of this proverb, And then Vs 32, says, if thou hast done foolishly in lifting up thyself or if thou hast thought evil, lay thine hand upon thy mouth which means if thou hast done evil publicly, or with pride, which means lifting up thyself or still thought evil lay thine hand upon thy mouth, which means keep quiet of that wrong, that evil, don’t think or mention that evil, and then don’t do it anymore. Why all of these proverbs, why all of these from the spirit of God, proverbs, advise, warning, wisdom, is all of these words put together. Vs 33, Surely the churning of milk bringeth forth butter, and the wringing of nose bringeth forth blood: So the forcing of wrath bringeth forth strife, inorderwards don’t force yourself to stir up quarell especially seeing that we are going close to the end of the year, that is why the proverbs says, the churning of milk bringeth butter, when you turn and turn milk or churn like the proverbs says just trying to get something out of the milk, you would find butter, and then when you keep squeezing your nose continually, wringing which is what the proverbs says, it would bring out blood, and then it says the forcing of wrath bringeth forth strife, and then I could explain this a little bit there are times, there is maybe little arguments, and then what came up is not actually reasonable, and then you would have the other party stressing so much on the matter, saying the same thing repeatedly, and just being in pains continually over little matter, but why, you can’t tell, and the enemies uses this so strongly, and it might not look real before anyone knows it, it could lead to destruction or death, So every christian should note this, and then understand what the spirit of God is trying to say, don’t be angry with anyone, no matter how angry you are be quiet, like the other proverbs says keep quiet and don’t do evil anymore, the proverbs are interelated, just keep quiet don’t quarell don’t say anything, this is actually my message for today don’t strife, be patient and calm. So would stop here.