Teaching Without Private Interpretation

Teaching Without Private Interpretation

Latest from Zimbabwe MinistryI want to apologize to the readers for not blogging recently due to inconsistent web access in Zimbabwe. Firstly, I want to say how much I appreciate your interest and support for this mission that God has given me. I also want to thank you for your prayers. They have not gone unanswered. God is doing mighty works in Zimbabwe with his Word here and the people here have been so receptive to it. This has been a life altering experience as well as some of the people who have opened up theirs hearts and minds to the truth so they can be made free.

Last night was bible study with question and answers, which grows weekly. People consistently bring others. They come with question after question regarding God’s agenda and itinerary. It keeps me studying more and more to show myself approved unto God, not man, so that I can always have a ready answer to give to those who ask of the hope that is within me. I pray to answer with meekness and humbleness, yet, with confidence and power of God!

What I have come to realize is, if the preachers would teach the Word of God without private interpretation, the message that God has for the world would be clear. If preachers would teach the word line upon line and precept upon precept, as the teaching was meant, people would learn the righteousness of God and not go about establishing their own. It is written that the harvest is great but the labourers are few. Let us all pray that God sends forth more labourers into this great vineyard.


May God grant to you Peace an Understanding in Jesus Name Amen!

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Ahminitu Makonnen

    Bro. It’s always good to hear from you the work that The Lord is doing over there and how lives are being transformed. We can only imagine what the prophets and apostles went through and men and woman of God faced in the bible to get the word out. This is truly a job not for the faint of heart or unbelievers. But looking @ what we will gain is worth every trial we can endure. Keep on fighting the good fight of faith in Jesus name. Peace. Ahminitu. 🙂

  2. Vernon

    Godspeed as always brother. May the Lord strengthen you to carry on, and bless you for your willingness, in Jesus’ name.

  3. Mahalaleel

    Who are kept by the power of GOD through faith unto salvation ready to be “revealed” at the last time

    1 Peter 1:5

    Let thy lamp shine to the Beloved congregation

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