Cape Coast, 22nd August, 2021, The Archbishop Bishop, Nicholas Duncan-Williams has encouraged believers to read the word of God in difficult times in order to stay strong.
He said believers should feed their spirits with the word of God and starve their doubts when times are hard and there seem to be no hope.
It’s during difficult times that people must learn to starve their doubts and let their spirits feed on the word of God. “That is what would keep you in perfect peace”.
Elucidating on his point he referenced Isaiah 26:3 “You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in you”.
Explaining he said, believers must learn to discipline their minds to be steadfast on the Lord by studying his word and they shall find peace amidst any storm.
To drum home his point with scripture again, he quoted from Philippians 4:6-7 “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus”.
He admonished his followers not to be worried about anything and everything anyone is saying during difficult times of their lives but rather they should focus on the word of God and all shall be well with them.
“We’ve to believe in the unadulterated, uncompromising word of God like never before. These are the times and the days to put our trust in the word of God and put the the word of God to test”. He said all these in relation to trying times of the believer.
The founder and leader of the Action Chapel International Ministry made these revelations in a sermon he delivered on the topic “Feed Your Spirit, Starve Your Doubts” in a video on his Facebook page called “Nicholas Duncan-Williams”.
In concluding the motivational speech, the Papa as he is affectionately called, encouraged all believers to stick to God’s word which is able to “Build you up and give you an inheritance among all saints”. In trying times are the days “You need to build up your confidence and your trust in God needs to build up. And what build us up more than anything is His word” he ended.
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