I Chose FEAR and SETTLED.

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The biggest F-word is FEAR. It is one of the most debilitating factors that triggers one of the biggest bad words: SETTLING.

One of my earliest memories is of 4/5 year old me wanting a baby. Instead of a baby, my mother gave me a Barbie doll. I burned it! About a year or so, I got my baby brother, the boy who to this day, everyone in my family affectionately refers to as my son. I consider that memory one of my early examples of me refusing to settle. I was bratty? Yes! But I was a girl who knew what I wanted and unwilling to settle even if it meant going out on a limb to get it.

Fast forward 13 years later. During a Youth Service at church, I was asked to give a word. My immediate internal reaction was one of fear and denial. Eventually I went up to the pulpit, legs and hands shaking, and opened my mouth. To my shock, non-stop words of power flowed out. Then a strange thing happened. I got into my own head: “Shit! Am I making sense?” as voice asked. Immediately as my nerves (fears) took over and my doubts crept in, my voice was stifled and I stopped and couldn’t continue. From that day on, I turned down almost every opportunity that I was given to bring the Word. I choose to settle in my roles of Sunday school teacher and praise and worship leader, shying from any opportunity to deliver the words that God often placed in my spirit.

Two versions of the same person but two different attitude to fear. Somewhere along the way, young Chañel morphed into a woman who settled because of fear. I allowed fear to become the pilot of my life, polluting it with doubts and second-guessing. Throughout my childhood, I was the one who let my younger sister take our childhood spotlight because of my fear of exposing and being rejected because of my inadequacies when compared to my sister. At 13, I was the teen who let her best friend have the guy she crushed on for three years, afraid to let her feelings known and face probable rejection. At 15, I was the person who saved for months to buy her dream phone and then settled for another when an unexpected price change deterred her, fearing that if she didn’t get it today, she never would. At 21, I was the Christian who turned down the request to speak during our Sunday School Convention, although I was given the Word two weeks in advance. After that, I would often wonder why God didn’t use me more. But who could blame Him? He couldn’t trust that I would deliver when:

  1. I was the person who allowed fear to become the pilot of my life.
  2. I allowed my circumstances to set my limits, the height at which I dared to fly.
  3. I let the expectations of others dictate the roads I took. I settled again and again.

Each time a new path/option arose, I often made a conscious decision to settle when I couldn’t be certain of the outcome. I placed my dreams on hold, afraid to take a leap, focusing on the voices that dictated my pending failure. I feared what others would say if I stood up and voiced my truth, shaking off the chains that shackled me. I doubted and I settled constantly. I settled for the mediocrity I hated. I settled for the friends and boyfriends who did not inspire me to be. I settled for the persons who silenced me while simultaneously trying to be my voice, speaking their inaccurate renditions of my truth. I bowed to the pressures of her job and life, settling for the immediate comfort and failing to pursue the things that made my soul sing. It was always tomorrow, never today.

In essence I became a person full of regrets about the roads consciously not trodden.

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I regret the times when I was asked to preach or be the lead singer but I turned down the opportunity, even though I had already been given the Word or knew the song. I sometimes wonder what would have been the results, if I hadn’t settled in the safety of being a Sunday school teacher or singing on the choir or leading the Praise and Worship team. I regret the times when I had the opportunity to voice ideas but stifled myself because I may look foolish. I settled and settled some more.

Somewhere along my walk on this earth I forgot 2 Timothy 1:7:

For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.

I have no control over yesterday but I do have a say in the outcomes of today and tomorrow. Today, I choose to trust God who sees beyond today and tomorrow. Today, I choose to live with the spirit of power, love and self-discipline that God has bestowed upon me. I choose to stop settling and to just begin. Will you join me?

A SPECIAL NOTE:

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I am choosing to face everything and rise. As a show of the commitment, I am undertaking a “30-Day Journey of YES!” in which I will both say yes to any opportunity that my spirit agrees with. I look forward to documenting the testimonies that I am certain God is already in the process of making.


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Bible in 365 Days – Day 166

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Focus Chapters:

  • 2 Kings 2
  • 2 Kings 4

 

Standout Verse(s):

THE ACTION

2 Kings 4:1 NLT

One day the widow of a member of the group of prophets came to Elisha and cried out, “My husband who served you is dead, and you know how he feared the Lord. But now a creditor has come, threatening to take my two sons as slaves.”

 

THE REACTION

2 Kings 4:2-7 NLT

“What can I do to help you?” Elisha asked. “Tell me, what do you have in the house?”

“Nothing at all, except a flask of olive oil,” she replied.

And Elisha said, “Borrow as many empty jars as you can from your friends and neighbors. Then go into your house with your sons and shut the door behind you. Pour olive oil from your flask into the jars, setting each one aside when it is filled.”

So she did as she was told. Her sons kept bringing jars to her, and she filled one after another. Soon every container was full to the brim!

“Bring me another jar,” she said to one of her sons.

“There aren’t any more!” he told her. And then the olive oil stopped flowing.

When she told the man of God what had happened, he said to her, “Now sell the olive oil and pay your debts, and you and your sons can live on what is left over.”

Observation (s):

  1. The widow considered her little flask of oil as inconsequential, “nothing”.

    “What can I do to help you?” Elisha asked. “Tell me, what do you have in the house?”

    “Nothing at all, except a flask of olive oil,” she replied.

  2. God saw the potential of the little oil and maximised it.

    And Elisha said, “Borrow as many empty jars as you can from your friends and neighbors. Then go into your house with your sons and shut the door behind you. Pour olive oil from your flask into the jars, setting each one aside when it is filled.”

    So she did as she was told. Her sons kept bringing jars to her, and she filled one after another. Soon every container was full to the brim!

  3. The oil only stopped pouring when all the jars were full.

    Bring me another jar,” she said to one of her sons.

    “There aren’t any more!” he told her. And then the olive oil stopped flowing.

     

Application:

I love fried dumplings. I enjoyed baked products. However, we rarely consider the secret agent in these products. That secret agent causes them to increase exponentially, in size. Yeast or baking powder is the little that becomes much. When yeast or baking powder is in the midst of the batter, it becomes the activating agent that catalyzes the little’s transformation into much until it reaches its limits or fills the pan.

God is the yeast in our lives. When God is in the midst, our little has the potential to become much. The widow classified her small vial of olive oil as “nothing”. What we oftentimes consider as inconsequential can be maximised by God to give us a big blessing! When the widow watched how God used her little to make much, even she became a believer, demanding more jars so that they could be filled. The little oil only stopped pouring when there was nothing left be filled. Just like with baking, with God, our yeast, in the midst, our little will expand until it has reached the limits God has set or our needs are met.

Do you have an urgent need like the widow? Let God be the yeast in your life. With Him in the midst, your little can increase exponentially.


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Bible in 365 Days – Day 165

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Focus Chapters:

  • 2 Kings 1-2
  • 1 Kings 22:41-49
  • 2 Chronicles 20:31-37
  • 1 Kings 22:50
  • 2 Chronicles 21:1-4
  • 2 Kings 8:16-22
  • 2 Chronicles 21:5-7

 

Standout Verse(s):

THE ACTION

2 Chronicles 20:35-36 NLT

Some time later King Jehoshaphat of Judah made an alliance with King Ahaziah of Israel, who was very wicked. Together they built a fleet of trading ships at the port of Ezion-geber.

 

THE REACTION

2 Chronicles 20:37 NLT

Then Eliezer son of Dodavahu from Mareshah prophesied against Jehoshaphat. He said, “Because you have allied yourself with King Ahaziah, the Lord will destroy your work.” So the ships met with disaster and never put out to sea.

Observation (s):

  1. King Jehoshaphat made an alliance with King Ahaziah, a man the Lord deemed as wicked.

    Some time later King Jehoshaphat of Judah made an alliance with King Ahaziah of Israel, who was very wicked.

  2. Together, they built a fleet of ships that would have been a great blessing to Israel.

    Together they built a fleet of trading ships at the port of Ezion-geber.

  3. Because of the unholy alliance, God destroyed King Jehoshaphat’s work. The ships’ potential was extinguished.

    He said, “Because you have allied yourself with King Ahaziah, the Lord will destroy your work.” So the ships met with disaster and never put out to sea.

     

Application:

The Bible describes King Ahaziah of Israel as wicked. Yet, King Jehoshaphat of Judah a God-fearing man chose to enter into an alliance with him. Together they invested into an endeavor that would have made Israel richer. They built a fleet of trading ships. However, the alliance was not approved or ordained by God! Therefore, God turned what had the potential to be a great blessing into a disaster. The ships, with so much promise, never left the harbor. The Lord destroyed King Jehoshaphat’s work because of the wicked person he chose to ally with in order to achieve his work.

Do a personal audit. Are the persons you are allying with approved by God? Your unordained alliances can block or revoke your blessings. Choose your alliances wisely!


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Bible in 365 Days – Day 164

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Focus Chapters:

  • 1 Kings 22:10-28
  • 2 Chronicles 18:9-27
  • 1 Kings 22:29-35
  • 2 Chronicles 18:28-34
  • 1 Kings 22:36-40
  • 1 Kings 22:51-53
  • 2 Chronicles 19
  • 2 Chronicles 20:1-30

 

Standout Verse(s):

THE ACTION

1 Kings 22:10-13 NLT

King Ahab of Israel and King Jehoshaphat of Judah, dressed in their royal robes, were sitting on thrones at the threshing floor near the gate of Samaria. All of Ahab’s prophets were prophesying there in front of them. One of them, Zedekiah son of Kenaanah, made some iron horns and proclaimed, “This is what the Lord says: With these horns you will gore the Arameans to death!”

All the other prophets agreed. “Yes,” they said, “go up to Ramoth-gilead and be victorious, for the Lord will give the king victory!”

Meanwhile, the messenger who went to get Micaiah said to him, “Look, all the prophets are promising victory for the king. Be sure that you agree with them and promise success.”

 

THE REACTION

2 Kings 22:14-18 NLT

But Micaiah replied, “As surely as the Lord lives, I will say only what the Lord tells me to say.”

When Micaiah arrived before the king, Ahab asked him, “Micaiah, should we go to war against Ramoth-gilead, or should we hold back?”

Micaiah replied sarcastically, “Yes, go up and be victorious, for the Lordwill give the king victory!”

But the king replied sharply, “How many times must I demand that you speak only the truth to me when you speak for the Lord?”

Then Micaiah told him, “In a vision I saw all Israel scattered on the mountains, like sheep without a shepherd. And the Lord said, ‘Their master has been killed. Send them home in peace.’”

“Didn’t I tell you?” the king of Israel exclaimed to Jehoshaphat. “He never prophesies anything but trouble for me.”

Observation (s):

  1. Before two kings, the majority prophesied that the kings would win their battle.

    King Ahab of Israel and King Jehoshaphat of Judah, dressed in their royal robes, were sitting on thrones at the threshing floor near the gate of Samaria. All of Ahab’s prophets were prophesying there in front of them. One of them, Zedekiah son of Kenaanah, made some iron horns and proclaimed, “This is what the Lord says: With these horns you will gore the Arameans to death!”

    All the other prophets agreed. “Yes,” they said, “go up to Ramoth-gilead and be victorious, for the Lord will give the king victory!”

  2. Micaiah was pressured to agree with the majority.

    Meanwhile, the messenger who went to get Micaiah said to him, “Look, all the prophets are promising victory for the king. Be sure that you agree with them and promise success.”

  3. Despite the peer pressure, Micaiah choose to speak as the Lord directed, going against the majority.

    Then Micaiah told him, “In a vision I saw all Israel scattered on the mountains, like sheep without a shepherd. And the Lord said, ‘Their master has been killed. Send them home in peace.’”

    “Didn’t I tell you?” the king of Israel exclaimed to Jehoshaphat. “He never prophesies anything but trouble for me.”

     

Application:

Sometimes I hestitate to speak up, when directed by the Lord. This situation worsens expecially when I am in a crowd and the majority is swaying in the opposite direction of that of which I am being led. I struggle because of my fear of standing out and being made to look foolish.

When Micaiah is faced with a similar situation, he reacts differently. Micaiah stood before two kings and men who were said to be prophets. Despite all this, he chose to stand up and speak as the Lord directed. The majority declared that the kings would win the victory but Micaiah spoke as directed by God, declaring otherwise. Despite peer pressure, he delivered negative news when the majority delivered positive!

Will you speak as the Lord directs even if it means going against the majority?


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Bible in 365 Days – Day 163

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Focus Chapters:

  • 1 Kings 20:23-43
  • 1 Kings 21
  • 1 Kings 22:1-9
  • 2 Chronicles 18:1-8

 

Standout Verse(s):

THE ACTION

1 Kings 20:23-25 NLT

After their defeat, Ben-hadad’s officers said to him, “The Israelite gods are gods of the hills; that is why they won. But we can beat them easily on the plains. Only this time replace the kings with field commanders! Recruit another army like the one you lost. Give us the same number of horses, chariots, and men, and we will fight against them on the plains. There’s no doubt that we will beat them.” So King Ben-hadad did as they suggested.

 

THE REACTION

1 Kings 20:26-28 NLT

The following spring he called up the Aramean army and marched out against Israel, this time at Aphek. Israel then mustered its army, set up supply lines, and marched out for battle. But the Israelite army looked like two little flocks of goats in comparison to the vast Aramean forces that filled the countryside!

Then the man of God went to the king of Israel and said, “This is what the Lord says: The Arameans have said, ‘The Lord is a god of the hills and not of the plains.’ So I will defeat this vast army for you. Then you will know that I am the Lord.”

Observation (s):

  1. Ben-hadad’s officers placed limits on God, believing He was like their gods, designated to operate and demonstrate His power in only one sphere.

    After their defeat, Ben-hadad’s officers said to him, “The Israelite gods are gods of the hills; that is why they won.  But we can beat them easily on the plains.

  2. In the face of the Arameans’ preparation for a fight in the hills, the Israelite army seemed small and inconsequential.

    Then the man of God went to the king of Israel and said, “This is what the Lord says: The Arameans have said, ‘The Lord is a god of the hills and not of the plains.’ So I will defeat this vast army for you. Then you will know that I am the Lord.”

  3. God utilized the Arameans’ misconceptions as a prime teaching moment for the Israelites. He proved, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that He had no limits and that a large army could not defeat Him.

    Then the man of God went to the king of Israel and said, “This is what the Lord says: The Arameans have said, ‘The Lord is a god of the hills and not of the plains.’ So I will defeat this vast army for you. Then you will know that I am the Lord.”

Application:

Worshippers of gods tend to believe that each god has power over a specific domain. For example: Hades is the death and the underworld. Venus is the goddess of love and fertility and Neptune is the god of the seas. Greek mythology tells the story of Persephone who was stolen from her mother, Demeter, the goddess of fertility and harvest. When Demeter learns that Hades, the god of the underworld was responsible for stealing her daughter, she could do nothing beyond wrecking havoc on the domain under her control (the earth – creating various season) while relying on the decree of Zeus, her husband, as to how the matter would be resolved. She became a prime example of an earthly god who was restricted and could only impact the domain that she had dominion over.

Who do you believe God is? What do you believe that God is capable of? Are you like Ben-hadad’s officers who believe that God was like the earthly gods, restricted to one domain? Our God has no limits. He is not restricted to a particular domain, only able to come to your aide under a specific circumstance. He is fully functional in any season and within any geographic conditions. If you trusted Him to fight for you in the hills, trust Him to fight for you in the plains.


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Bible in 365 Days – Day 162

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Focus Chapters:

  • 1 Kings 17:8-24
  • 1 Kings 18-19
  • 1 Kings 20:1-22

 

Standout Verse(s):

THE ACTION

1 Kings 19:14 NLT

He replied again, “I have zealously served the Lord God Almighty. But the people of Israel have broken their covenant with you, torn down your altars, and killed every one of your prophets. I am the only one left, and now they are trying to kill me, too.”

 

THE REACTION

1 Kings 19:15-18 NLT

Then the Lord told him, “Go back the same way you came, and travel to the wilderness of Damascus. When you arrive there, anoint Hazael to be king of Aram. Then anoint Jehu grandson of Nimsh to be king of Israel, and anoint Elisha son of Shaphat from the town of Abel-meholah to replace you as my prophet. Anyone who escapes from Hazael will be killed by Jehu, and those who escape Jehu will be killed by Elisha! Yet I will preserve 7,000 others in Israel who have never bowed down to Baal or kissed him!”

Observation (s):

  1. Elijah, in his continued persecution, began to feel like he was the only one left who was faithful to God.

    He replied again, “I have zealously served the Lord God Almighty. But the people of Israel have broken their covenant with you, torn down your altars, and killed every one of your prophets. I am the only one left, and now they are trying to kill me, too.”

  2. God set in motion a plan that would handle all of Elijah’s enemies and provided Elijah with a protege, to help him carry the weight.

    Then the Lord told him, “Go back the same way you came, and travel to the wilderness of Damascus. When you arrive there, anoint Hazael to be king of Aram. Then anoint Jehu grandson of Nimsh to be king of Israel, and anoint Elisha son of Shaphat from the town of Abel-meholah to replace you as my prophet. Anyone who escapes from Hazael will be killed by Jehu, and those who escape Jehu will be killed by Elisha! 

  3. God also reminded him that he was not the only one in Israel who was still faithful to Him.

    Yet I will preserve 7,000 others in Israel who have never bowed down to Baal or kissed him!”

     

Application:

Have you ever been in a situation where it felt like you were the only who “got it!” Like you were the only one who was enlightened or following a certain path. For me, moments like these occurred in high school. Being the only Apostolic among my mostly Christian friends was a lonely journey. Oftentimes they could not understand why I only wore skirts or why I couldn’t hang out at the movies with them. Like Elijah, I felt like I was the only one left in my school. This perception changed, when God showed me that there were many others of the Apostolic faith in my school. I was not the only one!

Growing into adulthood, I experienced similar situations. I came into contact with people who mocked my beliefs or sought to change me into what they perceived as “better”. I was even mocked by Christians of different denominations. I grew weary of fending off these incidents and often questioned God as to why I was the only one experiencing these behaviours. Again, He took the time to slowly surround me with people of a similar belief system who also shared their similar experiences. I felt heartened.

Sometimes it will feel like you are the only one left who is standing for God and bearing the cross of that stance. Don’t let your fear play tricks on your mind. Take heart! You are not the only one left who is faithful to God.


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Bible in 365 Days – Day 161

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Focus Chapters:

  • 1 Kings 15:16-22
  • 2 Chronicles 16:1-10
  • 1 Kings 16
  • 1 Kings 15:23-24
  • 2 Chronicles 16:11-14
  • 2 Chronicles 17
  • 1 Kings 17:1-7

 

Standout Verse(s):

THE ACTION

2 Chronicles 16:1-4 NLT

In the thirty-sixth year of Asa’s reign, King Baasha of Israel invaded Judah and fortified Ramah in order to prevent anyone from entering or leaving King Asa’s territory in Judah.

Asa responded by removing the silver and gold from the treasuries of the Temple of the Lord and the royal palace. He sent it to King Ben-hadad of Aram, who was ruling in Damascus, along with this message:

“Let there be a treaty between you and me like the one between your father and my father. See, I am sending you silver and gold. Break your treaty with King Baasha of Israel so that he will leave me alone.”

Ben-hadad agreed to King Asa’s request and sent the commanders of his army to attack the towns of Israel. They conquered the towns of Ijon, Dan, Abel-beth-maacah, and all the store cities in Naphtali.

 

THE REACTION

2 Chronicles 16:7-9 NLT

At that time Hanani the seer came to King Asa and told him, “Because you have put your trust in the king of Aram instead of in the Lord your God, you missed your chance to destroy the army of the king of Aram. Don’t you remember what happened to the Ethiopians and Libyans and their vast army, with all of their chariots and charioteers? At that time you relied on the Lord, and he handed them over to you. The eyes of the Lord search the whole earth in order to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him. What a fool you have been! From now on you will be at war.”

Observation (s):

  1. Asa’s first reaction was to rely upon himself to get his nation out of trouble.

    In the thirty-sixth year of Asa’s reign, King Baasha of Israel invaded Judah and fortified Ramah in order to prevent anyone from entering or leaving King Asa’s territory in Judah.

    Asa responded by removing the silver and gold from the treasuries of the Temple of the Lord and the royal palace. He sent it to King Ben-hadad of Aram, who was ruling in Damascus, along with this message:

    “Let there be a treaty between you and me like the one between your father and my father. See, I am sending you silver and gold. Break your treaty with King Baasha of Israel so that he will leave me alone.”

  2. Through Asa’s self-reliance he got his immediate desired result.

    Ben-hadad agreed to King Asa’s request and sent the commanders of his army to attack the towns of Israel. They conquered the towns of Ijon, Dan, Abel-beth-maacah, and all the store cities in Naphtali.

  3. Asa’s self-reliance made him a fool. It cost him the opportunity to fully conquer his two enemies. This was an opportunity that God-reliance would have given him.

    At that time Hanani the seer came to King Asa and told him, “Because you have put your trust in the king of Aram instead of in the Lord your God, you missed your chance to destroy the army of the king of Aram. Don’t you remember what happened to the Ethiopians and Libyans and their vast army, with all of their chariots and charioteers? At that time you relied on the Lord, and he handed them over to you. The eyes of the Lord search the whole earth in order to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him. What a fool you have been! From now on you will be at war.”

     

Application:

We posit the myth of self-reliance with pride. For many of us, our first instinct, in the midst of trouble or as go-getters, is to rely upon ourselves. Only after we have tried self-orchestrated Plans A-Z do some of us decide to rely on God.

Here is what happens when you don’t rely on God, from the outset. Saul was deemed foolish when he took matters into his own hands and failed to wait on Samuel, God’s representative. Asa was labelled a fool when he sought to help himself by allying with his enemy instead of appealing to God. Are you a fool? Do you keep trying to do the things you are appointed to do without the anointing or backing of God? Saul lost God’s anointing, his appointment and the establishment of his lineage because of his foolishness. Asa lost the opportunity to fully conquer not one but two of his enemies (King Baasha of Israel and King Ben-hadad of Aram) because he was a fool who chose to rely upon himself. What have you lost or are on the verge of losing because you have chosen to not rely on God and have sought to accomplish your appointment and purpose by yourself?

Don’t be a fool! Rely on God not yourself.


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