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How To Move On After A Broken Heart

QUESTION: I've been struggling to let go of past relationships. I just recently found out that my ex-boyfriend just got married (we only broke up less than 6 months ago) and I've been feeling so hurt and betrayed. He and I had a Christ-centered relationship, and I thought he was the one God had blessed me with for a husband! We had so much in common, and most importantly, we shared the amazing things God had been doing in our lives, we read the Bible together, prayed together, went to church together, and had pretty much the ideal Christian relationship everyone is looking for. Then we decided to take a break because, according to him, he had many issues he needed to get resolved (finishing his MBA program, figuring out whether he wanted to go into seminary school, and others). Right now I feel like I can't trust anyone. I've had non-Christian relationships in the past which have ended badly, but now I see that dating Christians is no different. I pretty much shared the most intimate side of my life with him (even more intimate than having a sexual relationship): my love and faith in God. Now I don't know how to move on. I want to close that chapter in my life, but I don't know where or how to start. I want to be able to trust again and love again without fear.
HE SAID: Christians and non-Christians alike are all imperfect people. Accepting Jesus does not exclude you from experiencing pain or causing it for another.

This is a difficult season in your life; you seem to have a strong relationship with the Lord and a solid understanding of his Word which will help you to move through and forward in your life.

First and foremost to remember is, “We KNOW that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to HIS purpose” (Romans 8:28).

The difficulty comes when what we “know” does not translate into our practical faith and is lived out through our actions by trusting in HIS plan.

For whatever reason, spoken or not, your ex-boyfriend decided to go a different direction and closed the door on what you thought “was the one God blessed you with for a husband.” That decision should not interfere with what you know about God’s faithfulness.

It may seem as if he has forgotten all about you, but in reality he may be protecting you, preparing you, or saving you for the person who is an even better fit.
How To Move On After A Broken Heart
As challenging as it may be, the only way to move forward (post-hardships) is to let go of the past.

I choose to retain the memories, lessons and experiences which have allowed me to grow, the smiles and laughter shared, and for the opportunities afforded me by the relationships I’ve had, but I leave behind the hurt and disappointments.

It’s difficult to receive and appreciate blessings while your heart is filled with anger, resentment, and unmet expectations.

From this day forward, you are on a new path, one which will provide you with unknown possibilities, exciting adventures, new relationships, and blessings yet to come (even unimagined), but only if you choose to walk on it and are intentional about receiving it.

This is your opportunity to live out that love and faith in God by trusting in HIM.

SHE SAID: I am so sorry that you have had your heart broken so many times. Relationships are hard whether you are a Christian or not. I too have had a very serious relationship that took a "break" to only have my ex meet someone and marry them while I thought we were still working things out. My heart was shattered. I was angry and felt betrayed as well. I felt like all those intimate details I had shared with this man meant nothing. But then God reminded me of some things that I hope will encourage you to trust again.

Please know what you had with this man sounded very genuine. I believe you were both dating the right way, which is good. What hurts is that it didn't work out for you. So while he was able to move on (a bit quickly in my opinion, too), you have had a much harder time. You took the relationship (and all that you shared) to be a step towards possible marriage. As a result, your investment was very high - as it should have been. Could you have talked more about dating-towards-marriage? Could you have guarded your heart til you knew you were headed that way? Could you have shared less, prayed together less? Sure. But love doesn't hold back - it moves forward. Even if the other side doesn't, sometimes. 

Know that time will help with your hurt. Pray and ask God to reveal what you could have done differently in the "expectations" part of of the relationship from the start. In the future (and yes, you can trust again), communicate more if you find yourself getting more spiritually intimate than the relationship warrants. Everyone loves love, and sometimes we can fall too quickly without a firm foundation. Trust God again for that foundation. 

“Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house on sand" (Matthew 7:24-26, NIV).

5 Things Not to Do After a Breakup


I used to totally judge those people—you know, the ones who cope with a breakup by relating every life experience back to their recently disintegrated relationship, throwing themselves at the next available Christian they see, and to put it simply—hating life after breaking ties.

And yet, on more than one occasion, I’ve totally been that girl—the girl I absolutely never wanted to be post-breakup: inconsolably upset, irrational and desperate.

Through my breakups and relationship disappointments, I’ve learned there is a battle going on for our hearts. Our hurt can be an opportunity for doubts about God’s character to creep into our hearts and minds. We may start asking things like, “If God cares so much, why isn’t He giving me what I so desperately want? If God is really in control, then why did He let this happen?” Just like any sort of hurt or disappointment, a bad breakup can bait us into questioning God’s goodness.

That’s why there are a few things I would recommend not doing when specifically struggling with a breakup or relationship disappointment.

1. DON’T WALLOW: There are a multitude of good breakup songs, but trust me, singing/shouting at the top of your lungs “We are never EVER getting back together!” over and over again and then sobbing uncontrollably will only throw you further down into the black hole of self pity and despair. Maybe this is just a girl thing, but surely there is a male equivalent. Both genders—resist the urge to wallow in emo breakup ballads or just generally feeling sorry for yourself.

2. DON’T FACEBOOK VENT: Social media is a quick and easy way to let the world know your status—emotional or otherwise, but hinting at your heartache, ranting about the opposite gender or passive-aggressively posting about how happy you are now that you’re single is all a recipe for disaster and regret.

It’s OK to step back from the screen, (in fact, I think it’s a huge sign of maturity) and journal it out via a medium you can later discard. Trust me, you’ll probably want to. As a side note, Facebook “checking in” on your ex is the same as Facebook stalking. Self-discipline to not see what they’ve been up to also helps speed up the moving on.

3. DON’T NUMB YOUR PAIN WITH ENTERTAINMENT: So your relationship tanked—might as well find some hope in the latest season of your favorite show right? After all, it’s nice to know that it’s possible to find love and that some people in this world are happy.

Stop right there.
While movies and shows obviously aren’t necessarily bad, it can be tempting to dive into a world of entertainment to numb your pain momentarily instead of actually dealing with your emotions. And, I’d just like to add that most films/books/tv shows are fiction, a.k.a, not true, a.k.a simply meant to entertain, and might only set you up for future disappointment when your next boyfriend or girlfriend doesn’t measure up to your celeb ideal.

You don’t have to wallow, but you also shouldn’t pretend like nothing happened. Be honest with God and with close friends about how you feel, and don’t lose hope. As Paul writes in Romans,“We can rejoice, too, when we run into problems and trials, for we know that they help us develop endurance. And endurance develops strength of character, and character strengthens our confident hope of salvation. And this hope will not lead to disappointment. For we know how dearly God loves us, because He has given us the Holy Spirit to fill our hearts with His love” (Romans 5:3-5).
4. DON’T FIND SOLACE IN HIS OR HER FLAWS: Suddenly you can see all the ways he so was not the right one for you. I mean come on, she did dress terribly, never really treated you as well as you would have liked, wasn’t actually that spiritual in retrospect, and surely God has someone much more good-looking in store for you.

Yikes. Do you really feel better? Maybe temporarily, but even if your ex had some serious flaws you couldn’t see at the time, focusing on their shortcomings isn’t going to help you grow.

5. DON’T STOP TALKING TO GOD ABOUT WHAT YOU’RE GOING THROUGH: Be honest with God about your feelings. No need to sugarcoat, He knows your heart. As much as it hurts, keep reading the Word—not merely to find a quick remedy, but with a desire to know more about the Creator of the Universe, the lover of your soul.“You will seek Me and find Me, when you seek Me with all your heart” (Jeremiah 29:13). “The Lord is good to those who wait for Him, to the soul who seeks Him” (Lamentations 3:25).
The bad news: we are not strong enough to fight the battle for our hearts on our own. But, the good news is really good: we are not expected to fight the battle on our own. It is only with God’s strength that we can overcome, and through Christ who strengthens us, we can do all things. 2 Corinthians 10:5 says, “We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.” This is the most essential knowledge we can obtain. 

When the enemy of our souls tempts us to despair and consume us with earthly worries, we can slice through the lies of Satan with the sharpest sword of Truth: God’s Word.
5 Things Not to Do After a Breakup
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We Know We Should Honor God ... But What Does It Mean To Honor Him?


To honor someone means to respect and esteem them. The degree of honor we bestow on someone varies greatly depending on their position and achievements. 

For instance, the honor bestowed on a child for making honor roll is quite different from the honor bestowed on a commander for winning a war. 

We honor people for a variety of reasons, including their position, power, accomplishments, integrity, intellect, etc. We demonstrate honor through the attitudes, affections, and actions we direct toward the person being honored. The attitude we have toward those we honor includes regard, respect, and reverence. The affections we experience toward those we honor include admiration, adoration, or even awe. The actions we take toward those who we honor include praise, submission, and obedience. For instance, children honor their parents through their submission and obedience.

So, what does it mean to honor God? To honor God means to give Him the regard, respect, reverence, admiration, adoration, awe, praise, submission, and obedience which are due to Him. To honor God means to worship Him in all our attitudes, affections, and actions. The essence of what it means to honor God is revealed to us in what Jesus called the first and greatest commandment: "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment" (Matthew 22:37–38). Note that honoring God cannot be limited to the external performances of rituals or ceremonies. Jesus commands us to honor God with both our lips and our hearts. Hypocrites honor God with the words of their mouths but their hearts are far removed from Him (Matthew 15:8–9).

God is deserving of the highest honor
(i.e. the complete surrender of our entire lives to His glory and loving service, Romans 12:1) because of both who He is and what He has done. He is our creator, sustainer, and redeemer. Our very life and breath comes from God. It is in Him that we live and move and have our being (Acts 17:28). All that we have, we have received from Him. All things have been made by Him and for Him. We can only honor God if we live, not for our own glory, but for His glory. He is worthy of all honor. Take for instance, God's position (Psalm 47:7), power (Exodus 15:6), accomplishments (Revelation 4:11), integrity (Isaiah 6:3), and intellect (Romans 11:33). No matter which category we choose, God is to be honored above all. The honor owed to God is perfect and infinite since He is perfectly and infinitely honorable (1 Peter 1:16; Revelation 4:8). For us to present ourselves as living sacrifices to the honor of God is no more than duty dictates (Luke 17:10).

Yet, Scripture informs us that all of mankind has failed to honor God as we should (Romans 1:21). Our sins are not only violations of God's laws, but assaults of His honor (Psalm 51:4). We demonstrate dishonor to God through our disobedience. Because of our disobedience, we live under the impending doom of death and destruction (Ephesians 2:1–3; Romans 3:23; 6:23; Matthew 25:41). But God, because of His great love for us, sent His Holy Son, Jesus Christ, who honored God through His perfect love, humility, and obedience, and died for our dishonorable sin, guilt, and shame (Ephesians 2:4–10). Through Christ's life, death, and resurrection God has made the way for us to be reconciled to Himself (John 14:6; Romans 5:10). 

The Father tells us that we cannot honor Him unless we honor His Son, Jesus Christ (John 5:22–23). Therefore, it is impossible for us to honor God unless and until we receive Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. It is only through faith in Jesus Christ that God removes the shame and dishonor which our sins deserve and credits us with the honor and holiness of Christ's righteous life. In addition, God gives us His Holy Spirit to indwell and empower us to live for God's glory and honor (John 14:16; 1 Corinthians 12:11; 2 Corinthians 3:18; Galatians 5:22–23). 

Spending eternity glorifying and honoring God for all that He is and has done for us through Jesus Christ will be much more than our duty (Revelation 5:12); it will be our delight (Psalm 16:11).
We Know We Should Honor God ... But What Does It Mean To Honor Him?
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The Spirit Of Honour and Blessing - Beware Of Being Familiar!

Jesus said to them, “Only in his hometown, among his relatives and in his own house is a prophet without honor.” He could not do any miracles there, except lay his hands on a few sick people and heal them. Mark 6:4–5 NIV, Emphasis Added.

These verses tell us Jesus could not do any miracles in His hometown. It does not say, “He would not”—that would deal with His will. It says “could not,” which means He was restrained. Why? 

The answer is twofold. First, Jesus had not come the way the people wanted, so they did not receive or honor Him. Second, they were too familiar with Him.

Through Moses, God had told the people of Israel, “I will raise up for them a Prophet like you from among their brethren” Deuteronomy 18:18 NKJV. 

But the people didn’t honor Jesus as the Spokesperson for the Father or as Messiah.
The Spirit Of Honour and Blessing - Beware Of Being Familiar!
Only those with hungry, teachable, and humble hearts after God could see the hand of God on Jesus and therefore receive from Him. Jesus located the hearts of those who were truly after God and those who merely had a form of godliness but were blinded by insubordination.

There is a fundamental truth for all of us here: many times God will send us what we need in a package we don’t want. This will cause the true condition of our hearts to manifest, exposing whether we are submitted to God’s authority or resistant to it.

You know neither Me nor My Father. If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also. John 8:19 NKJV

Those who know the Father recognize His authority in those He sends. It doesn’t have to be explained, taught, or proven.

We receive someone as having been sent by God when we honor their position or office. The degree to which we receive and honor a messenger sent by God is the degree to which we will receive from God through that person. Give great honor and honor will be your portion.

God longs to bless us through the people He sends, but a lack of honor will hinder His intentions. Seek God’s wisdom about the people He’s placed over you. Ask the Holy Spirit to guide you in honoring the authorities in your life. As you grow in honor, you will grow in your experience of the blessings of God!

Living Will -- Preserve Your Legacy, Ensure Your Dignity


Estate planning is essential. A living will, also known as an advance health directive, is a document that allows individuals to express their wishes regarding specific medical treatments in the event that they are dying, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to communicate their preferences.

While some may choose to seek an attorney to complete, you can do it yourself by using a trusted estate planning software program like Nolo.It’s not easy planning your end-of-life care while it seems you have years ahead of you, but this move can save you (and your family) aggravation, time and money.

Below are three key benefits to securing your legacy and ensuring your dignity through a living will.
Living Will -- Preserve Your Legacy, Ensure Your Dignity
1. Ensures Your Medical Wishes Are Met: If you prefer not to receive a certain treatment – for example, you don’t want a feeding tube – due to religious or moral beliefs, your living will ensures you’re not given said treatments. At a time when you cannot voice your opinion or opposition, a living will proves to be critical.
2. Provides Your Family Peace of Mind: While difficult situations have a way of bringing families together, making decisions on behalf of an ill loved one puts a lot of stress on the family unit. Your family only wants the best, but deciding on the best treatment can cause arguments and disagreements. With your healthcare directives lined up, you’ve mapped out your next steps.
3. Retain Your Power: Ultimately, you know the outcome and how things will come to pass. Not your family members or doctors, you have the final say. Your living will provides you that freedom and power.

Drafting a living will is empowering and can make the difference in how you’re remembered. A life well lived is a life well planned.  Read more:

Distinctly You -- How To Thrive In Your Uniqueness and Become Distinctly You


Have you ever heard anyone say, “My ultimate dream is to be average.” I haven’t. I don’t know anyone who’s born with a desire to be mediocre or to accomplish nothing in life. If you’re like me, you want to stand out, be special, the best you can be, distinctive.

Well, that is also God’s desire for you. He does nothing haphazard, without purpose. It’s all meticulously planned. He determined our looks, personality, heritage, intelligence, and gender. So that means there is something specific He wants you to accomplish as you, with your blend of abilities. It may take awhile to know what it is, to develop into that you, and be totally comfortable with your uniqueness.

I’m quite familiar with the journey. The struggle to accept my distinctiveness began early for me. Maybe it’s because I have seven brothers and no sisters. My mother said she went to the hospital each time hoping for a girl. On the seventh try her prayer was answered. I was born.
Distinctly You -- How To Thrive In Your Uniqueness and Become Distinctly You
Being the only girl among so many boys, made me special from day one. But in just a few short years, without any coaching, I started secretly comparing my looks and complexion with brother #6 (Darrell), my girl cousins, classmates, and church girls.

I noticed that I looked nothing like Darrell. He was extremely fair. I was very dark. He was adorable. I was very average looking. One day my mother told me a story that confirmed my insecurity. She said when I was born there was a steady stream of traffic to our house. Visitors would come, look at me, whisper to each other, and then leave without saying much.

At first she thought it was because the Martins finally had a girl. Then she found out it was about much more. Because I looked nothing like four-year-old Darrell, the one closest to me in age, and I was considerably darker than most of my brothers and parents, some visitors were questioning my paternity. My mother said one person asked, “What is Rev. Martin saying?” She answered, “When he gets worried, I’ll let you know.” Of course my father wasn’t saying anything because he knew I was his daughter. Plus, he thought I resembled his deceased mother.

At times I wondered, why did God make me look so different from my mother? I thought she was so pretty and my father handsome. When I looked at myself, I could not see my mother in me. This hurt. I told no one about this ongoing dialogue except God. I struggled year after year with this inward battle.

I compared myself with my friends in grade school. I knew which ones were favored because they were pretty. I knew which ones got invited to the popular birthday parties because they were cute. I admired the church girls who got asked out because they were fine. I was never in these exclusive groups.

When your focus is always on what’s "wrong" with you,” you diminish what’s "right” about you. That’s what I did for years. Even though I was soaring academically, my focus was on my shortcomings.

No matter how put together we may look like on the outside, we all face challenges and roadblocks to being the person we desperately want to be, the person God created us to be. All my life I’ve been pressing through the barriers, purposing to never lose hope. I’ve discovered that God will help us when this is our determined focus.

In order to thrive in your uniqueness and be distinct, you need to be aware of what I call "Distinctly You Blockers" and then overpower them with "Distinctly You Builders." I don’t claim to know everything about them, but I believe that what I’ve learned can help you stay in the race (or get back in it), get revved up, and win it. These are proven principles I've applied in my own life.

An excerpt from "Distinctly You" by Cheryl Martin. To learn more, visit

Where Can I Find Glory Ministries?


Glory Ministries is a full gospel, apostolic church 15 years old (2016). It believes in the superiority of Jesus Christ and the vision is summarised in the acronym Ex.Pr.E.S.S.

Glory Ministries Churches

Bethel District Overseers Brighton and Rosemary Madziro [District Pastors: (+263 773 819 942/+263 773 242 721)
1. Bethel Worship Centre Brighton and Rose Madziro [District Pastors]
(+263 773 819 942/+263 773 242 721)
2. Nyatsime Satellite: Ronald Shayanewako
3. Arda Satellite: Brighton and Rose Madziro
4. Hwedza: Brighton and Rose Madziro
5. Zengeza 3 Extension Satelite: Christian and Clara Neshamba
6. Zengeza 3 Satelite Cuthbert Nyakurwa
Where Can I Find Glory Ministries?
Marondera District Pastors A and G. Masenyama [District Pastors]
(+263773 069 395/+263 773 523 112)
1. Marondera City: Alois and Gladys Masenyama
2. Marondera Wedza: Alois and Gladys Masenyama
3. Rusape Sarah Mukorekwa

Chakari Dps A and T Makumbi [District Pastors]
(+263 773 644 014/+263 776 646 067)
1. Chakari Archibolt and Thenjiwe Makumbi
2. Driwell Brian Gatsi
3. Cotton Pickers Archibolt and Thenjiwe Makumbi
4. KapunduDouglas and Franrose Mkhandla
5. Kadoma Ingezi Assembly Archibolt and Thenjiwe Makumbi
Glen-View District Overseers M and A Chinoruma [District Pastors]
(+263 772 691 200/+263 772 843 275)
1. Ramah-Zion Worship Centre Maxwell and Abgail Chinoruma
2. Glen Norah Tafadzwa Muza
3. Highfield Kiyadhi Dhluni
4. Riverside Shelton and Brenda Chibi
5. Norton Adolf and Mary Mandidzinga
6. Ngezi Fredrick and Kudzai Jumo
7. Chipinge Albert and Hamunyari Njagu
8. Gweru Fiona Manda

Southlea Park Dp Kiyard Dhluni [District Pastors] 
(+263 772 882 879/+263 772 904 734)
1. Southlea Park Worship Center Admire and Tarisai Musakwa
2. Ushewokunze Satellite Admire and Tarisai Musakwa
3. Arda: Passmore Chimbandinga
4. Amsterdam Satellite: Admire Chandisaita

Bindura District: DPs Admire and Tariro Musakwa
1. Chipadze assembly Admire and Tariro Musakwa
2. Shamva Assembly: Tapiwa Chimunye
3. Shamva Satelite: Tapiwa Chimunye

Zengeza 4 District Pastor O. and A. Patsika - [District Pastors]
(+263 774 695 763+ 263 718 466 841)
1. Piniel Worship Centre Oudney and Annatolia Patsika
2. New Zengeza 4 Moses and Linda Tavaziva
3. Seke Unit D Mayorson Matsivo 

St. Mary’s Manyame District Pastor T and P. Gonsaro [District Pastors]
(+263 771 167 957 +263 776 181 139)
1. Hebron Worship Centre Tonderai and Patience Gonsaro
2. St Mary’s Satellite Kudakwashe Nyenza

Zengeza District Dp Mike Zvimba [District Pastor]
(+263 773 909 546/+263 778 096 668)
1. Zoe Worship Centre Mike Zvimba
2. Adullam Worship Centre Praise Vellem
3. Zengeza 1 Satellite Moses and Shamiso Mukata

Mainway District Pastors P and M. Namane [District Pastors]

1. (+263 772 319 024/+263 733 411 974)
2. Mainway 1 Mackalp and Precious Namane
3. Mvurachena Kuda Masenyama
4. Koala Satellite Anderson and Fari Sitoro
5. Adbernie assembly Mackalp and Precious Namane
6. Eyecourt assembly Pawandiwa and Emma Simuka
7. Uplands Satelite Tawanda and Sharon Macheka

Msasa District Pastors J and H Mwedzi [District Pastors]
(+263 774 831 037/+263 772 592 980)
1. Masasa James and Hilda Mwedzi
2. Eastiview 1 Taonashe and Mercy Shereni
3. Eastiview 2 Taonashe and Mercy Shereni
4. Epworth James and Hilda Mwedzi

Seke District Evangelists G and P. Chibika [District Pastors]
(+263 773 833 689/+263 775 414 129)
1. Eagle-Life Worship Centre Gibson and Prim Chibika
2. Vhera Gibson and Prim Chibika
3. Chirimamhunga Memory Daka
4. Unit F satellite Gram Nhongonhema
5. Dema Gibson and Prim Chibika

Harare District Apostles J and T. Masenyama [District Pastors]

(+263 773 751 272/+263 712 236 483)
1. Inner City Worship Centre Johannes and Thelma Masenyama
2. Avenues Johannes and Thelma Masenyama
3. Murehwa-Juru Moses and Albina Chamanga
4. Domboshawa Prince Moyo5. Marlborough Satellite Blessing Chinyama

Rural District DPs Christian and Clara Neshamba
1. Mutoko: Lawrence Masenyama
2. Odzi: Albert and Hamunyari Njagu
3. Gweru: Fiona Manda
4. Chipinge: albert and Hamunyari Njagu

South Africa Overseers S and C Masenyama [District Pastors]

(+27 71 970 9910/+27 83 593 6352)
1. Joburg Gilbert and Dorica Makore
2. Rustenburg Innocent and Acqueline Mugwagwa
3. Durban Reuben and Thandanani Dzemiti
4. Durban Stanger: Stanley and Kudzai Dula
5. Pretoria: Noah and Salome Mutasa
6. Krugersdorp: Elrich and Ruvimbo Denhere
7. Capetown- Khayelitsha Brian and Rutendo Mundopa
8. Capetown- Strand Evidence Karuma
9 Cape Town Delft: Evidence and Xolelwa Karuma
10. Cape Town Fishhoek: Musekiwa and Memory Hazvina
11. Capetown Vydernburg Joel and Maureen Chabveka
12. Port Elizabet: Maxwell and Precious Mabota

1. Kapiri Mposh Pastors Victor and Theresa Chisenga +260 969620435


Chitungwiza Province Ev. B and R. Madziro [Overseers]

1. Bethel District Ev B and R. Madziro [District Pastors]
2. Zengeza District Ev. M. Zvimba [District Pastor]
3. St Mary’s - Manyame District Pastors T and P. Gonsaro [District Pastors]
4. Seke District Ev G. Chibika [District Pastor]
5. Zengeza 4 District Pastors O and A. Patsika [District Pastors]

Harare Province Apostle J and T. Masenyama [Overseers]
1. Mainway District Pastors M and P Namane [District Pastor]
2. Msasa District Pastors J and H Mwedzi [District Pastor]
3. Harare District Apostle J and T. Masenyama[District Pastors]

Harare South Province Overseer M and A Chinoruma

1. Glen-View District Overseers M & A Chinoruma [District Pastors]
2. Southlea Park Dp A and T Musakwa [District Pastors]
3. Marondera District Pastor A and G. Masenyama [District Pastors]
4. Chakari District Ev. A and T Makumbi [District Pastors]
5. Chipinge assembly
6. Ngezi assembly
7. Gweru assembly

Ministry Directors
1. City to City Intercessory Ministries - Deacon M Mukata
2. Dawn Evangelistic Ministries - Evangelist G.T Chibika
3. Glory Conference -  Dp A Musakwa
4. Youth Alive - Pastors Chinhengo
5. Chief of Ministers Pastors Alois and Gladys Masenyama
6. Glory Media
7. Singles Pastor -  M Daka
8. Chaplaincy - Pastor P Vellem
9. Bible School Principal - Pastor Hilda Mwedzi
10. Compassion Ministry - Prophets Neshamba
Glory Ministries leaders Apostle and Mama Sibiya.

Sowing The Seed Of Economic Exodus By Apostle Alexander Chisango


Exodus 12:1 The Lord said to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, 2 This month shall be for you the beginning of months. It shall be the first month of the year for you.

The Israelites lived in Egypt for 430 years before coning out. In that period there was a very functional calendar under Egyptian civilization - which in itself was the epitome of human aspirations.

By  Dr. Alexander Chisango
Yet as the book of Exodus comes to Chapter 12, the chapter of their final deliverance from an inaccurate location & posture to go into their divine location & destiny, God suddenly declares to them that now the real first month of their years had started. How astonishing!

So what about the previous calendar days, months and weeks? God says and means that as far as He and His plans and purposes for them are concerned, all previous months, years, weeks and dates were irrelevant and insignificant.

Under the ordinances of heaven for them it now seems the previous times that went before them whereby they served the will of strange gods were a joke, null and void and of no eternal effect or consequence. God is now starting to count from the month they are delivered out of serving strange foreign gods & idols and starting to fully serve the Lord, and sacrificing to God.

Exodus 5:1 Afterward Moses and Aaron went and said to Pharaoh, “Thus says the Lord, the God of Israel, ‘Let my people go, that they may hold a feast to me in the wilderness."
Yes, now Israel is going to hold a feast to the God of Israel and sacrifice to Him. Previously, they were celebrating all kinds of strange things & idols, that calendar is null & void and a waste of time under eternity.

It now seems that right now if you're aware that you're located in a posture or situation of spiritual error, or error of choice or error of commitments, or error of expired locations, the best action is to now migrate. It seems God doesn't count as valuable the things and works we religiously do for Him yet under expired locations & postures until we are delivered and shifted into His order as He has revealed.
 Sowing The Seed Of Economic Exodus By Apostle Alexander Chisango
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