4 Signs God Is Pushing You To Do More.

As Christians, we are followers of Christ, but sometimes in the midst of life and our own shortcomings, we fall short, and off course with God.

But nothing is more important than God’s calling for your life, especially your calling to follow Him.

Knowing the signs He’s calling you are imperative in order to live the life God wants for us.

He may be trying to reach you to encourage you to get on (or back on) on spiritual course.

Here are several key signs God is pushing you to do more.

You Experience Emptiness

Sometimes, in the midst of our brokenness from God, we begin to feel a strong sense of emptiness, as if something important is missing from our lives. This is a sign that He is pushing you to do more, even though it may be hard to see it that way when we are caught up in our sin and loneliness.

Remember, Jesus is close to the brokenhearted. Reach out to God through prayer, and meditation and ask God what He’s asking of You. When you seek, He will reveal this to you.

You Feel A Calling to Help Others.

This doesn’t even have to be a calling to the ministry. Sometimes this is a desire to do more for others because you simply feel led to.

One of the greatest ways to displays God’s love and reflect Christ’s presence is through acts of kindness and giving back. If you feel an underlying urge to do something bigger than yourself, to benefit the greater good without any need of reward, you are being called to take up Your cross. Listen to Him.

Sudden Passion or Desire for Career Shift

Sometimes, Jesus calls us in ways we may never have imagined. Sometimes, Jesus is trying to get your attention by telling you that you have a greater calling. This may translate into a career shift.

As Mark 10:45 reminds us “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.”

That means that we should live lives that reflect our service to others. If your current job doesn’t reflect this and you feel like something is missing or isn’t feeling right, Jesus is trying to get your attention.

Our calling may not be revealed to us overnight, but through using our gifts and talents in our careers, many of us discover what feels right and develop a need to do more.

Through Relationships

Our relationships can reveal Jesus’ calling for our lives. Be open to listening to what the people in your life have to say, especially the spiritual ones, particularly if you’ve fallen off course with God.

These people will affirm you. They are placed in your life by God so that you can recognize your full potential.

On the other side, be mindful of people who take you off course with God. Anyone who causes a separation between you and God is not a good person to have in your space.

Once we remove these people from our lives we are in a better place to see God’s calling for our lives.This post first appeared on modernghana.com

Hymn of the day. 

Hymn of the day. 

1. O happy day that fixed my choice
On Thee, my Savior and my God!
Well may this glowing heart rejoice,
And tell its raptures all abroad.

Happy day, happy day,
When Jesus washed my sins away!
He taught me how to watch and pray,
And live rejoicing every day;
Happy day, happy day,
  When Jesus washed my sins away!

2. Tis done—the great transaction’s done;
I am my Lord’s, and He is mine;
He drew me and I followed on,
Rejoiced to own the call divine.

3. Now rest, my long-divided heart,
Fixed on this blissful center, rest;
Here have I found a nobler part,
Here heav’nly pleasures fill my breast.

4. High heav’n that hears the solemn vow,
That vow renewed shall daily hear!
Till in life’s latest hour I bow,
And bless, in death, a bond so dear.


Every Christian has his or her favorite bible verse that lifts there souls, makes them happy, makes them feel save, encouraging and more.

Here are some of the verses that are my favorite bible promises.. 

  • Revelation 21:4.

“And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes;there shall be no more death. “

  • Matthew 7:7

“Ask,and it shall be given to you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened to you”

  • Jeremiah 29:11

“For i know rhe plans i think towards you,saith the Lord, thoughts of peace,and not of evil, to give you an expected end. “

  • John 14:3

“I will  come again and receive you to my self. “

  • Psalms 23:4

“Yea, though i walk through the valley of the shadow of death, i will fear no evil; for you are with me.”

At the moment this are my favorite bible verses are promising. What is yours? Share and comment. 

Signs that God is talking but you’re not listening. 

Signs that God is talking but you’re not listening. 

Have you ever felt like God is not answering your prayers? When you pray but you see no changes at all even when everybody says God answers prayers, you need to know one thing. God is always answering and talking but you need to listen up. 

Here are ways He is reaching out to you in ways you never taught of;

Acts of kindness of other people. 

Have you ever had a bad day and at the moment someone comes in? Anything good comes from God. When you need help God uses others to answer your prayers. 

Tender mercies. 

Have you ever wanted to call someone like mum but instead she call you? Or when you dont have gas to last you a day but it does? 

This are moments God proves mercies to us. Things happen in the moment you want them to happen and yes, they happen

Studying your scriptures

When we pray, God speaks through scriptures.So,when you read the bible and a verse stands out, God is reaching out to you. 

Serving others. 

Have you ever served or assisted someone and you feel like you should change something in your life?  Or when you serve someone and s/he says words like ‘thank you’ ‘May God bless you’ ‘May your way find peace’ and you feel the impact?  God has placed them there for a reason.

The only way to realize God’s ways on you is to pray for the ability to recognize them whey they happen. Your eyes to be open.  #FamilyShare

Easter Celebration.

On Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ. It is typically the most well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches.

Christians believe, according to Scripture, that Jesus came back to life, or was raised from the dead, three days after his death on the cross. As part of the Easter season, the death of Jesus Christ by crucifixion is commemorated on Good Friday, always the Friday just before Easter.

Through his death, burial, and resurrection, Jesus paid the penalty for sin, thus purchasing for all who believe in him, eternal life in Christ Jesus. 

On Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ. It is typically the most well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches.

Christians believe, according to Scripture, that Jesus came back to life, or was raised from the dead, three days after his death on the cross. As part of the Easter season, the death of Jesus Christ by crucifixion is commemorated on Good Friday, always the Friday just before Easter.

Through his death, burial, and resurrection, Jesus paid the penalty for sin, thus purchasing for all who believe in him, eternal life in Christ Jesus.


The biblical account of Jesus’ death on the cross, or crucifixion, his burial and his resurrection, or raising from the dead, can be found in the following passages of Scripture: Matthew 27:27-28:8; Mark 15:16-16:19; Luke 23:26-24:35; and John 19:16-20:30.

The word “Easter” does not appear in the Bible and no early church celebrations of Christ’s resurrection are mentioned in Scripture.

Easter, like Christmas, is a tradition that developed later in church history.


In Western Christianity, Easter Sunday can fall anywhere between March 22 and April 25. Easter is a movable feast, always celebrated on the Sunday immediately following the Paschal Full Moon. I had previously, and somewhat erroneously stated, “Easter is always celebrated on the Sunday immediately following the first full moon after the vernal (spring) equinox.” This statement was true prior to 325 AD; however, over the course of history the Western Church decided to established a more standardized system for determining the date of Easter. 

‘JESUS WEPT’…Different Bible Translations..

The other day, I went to my friend’s and I found him with other friends too arguing about John 11:35.They had different bibles and so i decided to share with you about how different Bibles ‘put’ the verse….. 

New International Version

Jesus wept.

New Living Translation

Then Jesus wept.

English Standard Version

Jesus wept.

Berean Study Bible

Jesus wept.

Berean Literal Bible

Jesus wept.

New American Standard Bible

Jesus wept.

King James Bible

Jesus wept.

Holman Christian Standard Bible

Jesus wept.

International Standard Version

Jesus burst into tears.

NET Bible

Jesus wept.

New Heart English Bible

Jesus wept.

Aramaic Bible in Plain English

And the tears of Yeshua were coming.

GOD’S WORD® Translation

Jesus cried.

New American Standard 1977

Jesus wept.

Jubilee Bible 2000

Jesus wept.

King James 2000 Bible

Jesus wept.

American King James Version

Jesus wept.

American Standard Version

Jesus wept.

Douay-Rheims Bible

And Jesus wept.

Darby Bible Translation

Jesus wept.

English Revised Version

Jesus wept.

Webster’s Bible Translation

Jesus wept.

Weymouth New Testament

Jesus wept.

World English Bible

Jesus wept.

Young’s Literal Translation

Jesus wept.


What do you think about this post? After all,they have the same massage.Thats according to me.  Share with you friends too. 

‘HAND OF GOD” Image seen in the sky. 

The image was snapped above Arizona this month and has been uploaded to YouTube.

The image shows a shadowy shape over a sunset that appears to resemble an outstretched hand. 

From the image seen online,it can be seen clearly to be an hand.One online platform user said “it’s a miracle”.

Remember this not the first time something like this has happen.Some months ago a stretch human like image wad seen in the sky in zambia sending terror to people.

Some people might say this image are digitally created but this are real. I have seen them online from different people and angles. 

Is God trying to pass some information or prophetic messages?what do you think people?  Share with me. 

Female Bible Heroes.

​1. Deborah: When Israel was in the middle of crisis, Deborah stepped in to play a pivotal leadership role. She served as a judge for the people and provided crucial guidance to another leader from Israel—Barak—to go into a battle that would free Israel from its oppressors. (Read Deborah’s story in Judges 4 -5 )

(Ruth at Boaz’s field) 

2. Ruth: Even though Ruth wasn’t an Israelite, she remained loyal to her Israelite mother-in-law, Naomi. She followed Naomi back to her homeland and married Boaz, the next-of-kin, to continue the family line, provide for Naomi and ultimately become an ancestor of Jesus. (Read Ruth’s story in

Ruth 1 -4 )

3. Hannah : Although Hannah went years without bearing a child, she continued to pray in faith for God to provide her with a child. Eventually, he did: Samuel. Hannah dedicated her son to the Lord, and he grew up to be a wise and respected judge for the nation of Israel. (Read Hannah’s story in 1 Samuel 1 )

4. Abigail: When Abigail’s husband refused to treat David and his men with hospitality, he put the lives of his whole household at risk. That’s when Abigail took charge, sending offerings of food and a message of peace. Ultimately, Abigail’s wisdom brought peace and saved the lives of those around her. (Read Abigail’s story in 1 Samuel 25 )

(Mary, mother of Jesus) 

5. Mary, the mother of Jesus : Mary was just a young girl when an angel appeared to her and told her she would bring the Messiah—Jesus—into the world. Yet she responded to this daunting task by praising God. Then she went about the task of raising him, even when it meant fleeing to Egypt to protect him. (Read her story in Luke 1:26-56 )

6. Anna : She appears in just a few verses of Scripture, but it’s a pivotal moment—when Jesus’s parents present him at the Temple. After Mary and Joseph arrive, they find Anna at her usual spot in the Temple, fasting and praying. When she meets them, she gives thanks to God for the child in their arms—because he will set Jerusalem free. (Read her story in Luke 2:36-38 )

7. Tabitha : Not only did Tabitha inspire others by serving the poor and widows around her, the story of Peter raising her from the dead inspired many to follow Jesus in the early days of the church. (Read her story in Acts 9:36-43 )

Abraham-Another Famous Bible Hero.

Abraham –He had a covenant with God.

Abraham is first mentioned in the Bible with his original name “Abram”. He is the son of Terah and he had brothers and sisters:

25 And Nahor lived after he begat Terah an hundred and nineteen years, and begat sons and daughters. 26 And Terah lived seventy years, and begat Abram, Nahor, and Haran.

27 Now these are the generations of Terah: Terah begat Abram, Nahor, and Haran; and Haran begat Lot. (Genesis 11:25-27)

As we read through Genesis 11 we see that Abram’s father took him and his wife and his brother’s son Lot to live in the land of Canaan. But God had other plans for Abram. He told him to take his wife and family and leave his father. Abram was seventy-five when he did as the Lord commanded him to do.

God was pleased with Abram’s obedience and in Genesis 12 God makes a promise to Abram:

And the Lord appeared unto Abram, and said, Unto thy seed will I give this land: and there builded he an altar unto the Lord, who appeared unto him. (Genesis 12:7)

Abram had some fleshly challenges in his life. Like when he came into Egypt with his wife. The Egyptians liked how his wife looked and he feared that they would harm her so he lied an told them she was his sister (Gen 12). And he had challenges with the King of Sodom. And then received a message from the LORD in what seemed like a nightmare (Gen 14 & 15). And we can’t forget that Abram doubted that he would ever have children so he listened to his wife talk him into making a baby with her handmaid (Gen 16). But then in chapter 17 God reminds Abram that he will have a son and it will not be the one that Hagar the handmaid bore to him. Abram’s name is changed to Abraham in Genesis 17 when God reaffirms His covenant with him.

Abraham is mentioned with many others in Hebrews 11 as one of the heroes of faith. In Galatians Paul talks about Abraham’s seed once again:

And if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise. (Galatians 3:29)

We have been grafted into the inheritance that God promised Abraham all the way back in Genesis 12. Abraham is a great hero of faith and it is by faith that he is considered righteous (Galatians 3:6). Because of his faithfulness that covenant is passed on to us.

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