The Remnant: written by Ruth Dickson.

…Keep You From the Evil One:

This earth is the Lord’s and its fullness thereof… The most powerful and effective instrument God uses to protect and sanctify His children is His very own Word, The Word of God.

The Salt & Light of the Earth:

As a child of God, you are the salt and light of the earth. Your journey here does not go unnoticed by the watching world. In fact, Jesus made petition to the Father, to keep you for the duration of your stay here and to keep you from the evil one! (John 17:15).

Lord, “keep us from the evil one”:

Jesus knew what was in this world before He came to save it. He knew  there would be a great spiritual battle over His great  inheritance – the souls – God had given Him. This is why Jesus prayed to the Father for His people to be devoted to Him alone.

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Jesus  prayed that His people be concecrated to Him, to be vessels – set  apart – for  His glory.

The Remnant:

There are a Remnant who have not bowed the knee to Baal, but bow the knee before their Father in Heaven, day and night. They are concecrated to God and do all He asks them to do.

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Pray Without Ceasing:

Do you belong to this Remnant? Pray without ceasing, continue in your supplications, day and night. Remember, you belong to Jesus, He is glorified in you. Rejoice in Him at all times. Believe in His Word. Pray that Almighty God, “keep you from the evil one,” as Jesus promised…
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Willful Disobedience written by Ruth Dickson

Willful Disobedience:

In willful Disobedience, you disregard the voice of God. Willful disobedience is to be obstinate, intentional and deliberate. It is to do wrong, on purpose. It means to be intentional in what should not be done. This is willful disobedience (James 4:17).

Divine Mercy:

Despite the sinful nature of mankind, God did not condemn them, but showed mercy.
The Son of God came to this earth to reconcile men to God. He knew that many would be saved and called out of this dark world and its systems. They would follow Him.

Obedience to the Holy Spirit:

To obey the Voice of the Holy Spirit is to obey the voice of God. It was well known to Prophets, like Ezekiel, that God would put His Spirit within and cause people to obey Him (Ezekiel 36:27).

Jesus Christ knew He would physically leave this world, but His tangible presence would remain. God’s chosen people are not be left alone. The abiding presence and companionship of the Sweet Holy Spirit abides with them forever. John 14:15-16.

The Spirit of Truth.

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Truth. It is the Holy Spirit who guides us in all Truth. (John 16:12-13). It is God’s desire that His people listen to His voice, understand His ways and live by them. Naturally, the sinful nature of the every human dominates. The action and mindset without the influence and power of the Holy Spirit works in opposition to God (Gal. 5:17). God’s Spirit separates men and women from the ways of this world.

Divine Grace:

It is by Divine grace that sinful men and women of this increasingly carnal world are shown mercy.
When a person yields to the Holy Spirit, it is not by the will of man, but the will of God.

Divine Hope:

There is a ray of light that shines brightly within the children of God. It speaks of hope, truth and promise.
There is a river that flows within God’s people. It is a never ending source of life.

There is a fire that burns and glows within God’s people, regardless of its size, it cannot be put out.

God’s people are like Palm trees; they flourish and grow like the Cedar trees in Lebanon.

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God’s Spirit Dwells in You – written by Ruth Dickson.

God’s Spirit dwells in you.

Child of God, the Holy Spirit lives in you and is jealous over you.  The Bible describes it is as “Jealous Envy.”- James 4:5.  The Spirit of God is jealous over your Soul. The Spirit of God is a person who wants you to have a constant personal relationship with Christ and abide in His teachings.

Your Affections:

As long as you live in this world, there will be a battle over your affections.  The devil wants to steal your heart, but as a Christian, your love and desire should be towards the One you are betrothed to: Jesus Christ.


Are you devoted to Christ or are you devoted to another? Remember, child of God, you bear the name of Christ.

Ransom Paid:

Jesus Christ paid such a high price for your soul. Are you yielding to His Spirit? As long as you live on this earth, there will be a daily battle for your affections. When the flesh and the spirit try to occupy the same place, it results in confusion and collision.

  Choose the way of the Spirit today.

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Friendship with this world…written by Ruth Dickson

“Friendship with this world is enmity with God.” – James 4:4

The lovers of this world are under the control of the world.  They embrace and parley with “fleshly lusts that war against the soul.” – 2 Peter 2:11.  Whoever embraces the ideals of this world, “whoever wishes to be a friend of this world,” ultimately makes his or herself  an enemy of God – James 4:4

The Pride of Life:

The Pride of this Life wars against Spirit. Though the child of God lives in this world, he or she is not to be controlled by its power. This is the hatred of the world: that you, child of God, are not under its controlling power.

 Grace to help in time of need:

Pray today that God will open your eyes to the controlling influences of this world. God is full of grace in this time of need. What you see and what you hear have the power to control how you reason. Pray that the Holy Spirit take complete control and deliver you from the power of the evil one.  Abide in God’s Word and you will not be overcome by the influencing power of this world. Amen

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The Principles of Mission 5 written by Ruth Dickson

Preach the Gospel to Everyone, “God Shows no Partiality”- Acts 10:34

The average Christian cannot stand next to the religious man and woman.  If God were to view righteousness based on religious observances, I don’t know a single Christian who would meet the mark. 

There are people today who truly want to know God. They desperately want to obey Him and do what He says, however, they approach God legally. Their desire to know God pushes them into adopting certain principles, to which they adhere, without fail, like the giving of alms, being kind and doing everything they possibly can to please God. Cornelius, a deeply religious man, was such a person (Acts 10). 

“He was well spoken of by the whole Jewish nation.”

Devout in all His ways, Cornelius feared the Lord and was constantly praying. However, his understanding of God was obscured. You may ask, “To whom was he praying if He did not know God?” 

In God’s mercy, Cornelius had a divine visitation. An angel of the Lord appeared right before his eyes and Cornelius’ response was amazing:

“What is it Lord?”

Cornelius response showed his pliable heart and willingness to obey God. 

And the angel said to Cornelius, “Your prayers and your alms have ascended as a memorial before God. And now send men to Joppa and bring one Simon who is called Peter…” Acts 10:4-8

Peter travelled over thirty miles to meet with Cornelius, however, God first of all revealed the legalism within Peter’s heart. Through a vision, God showed Peter his failure to understand that there were no divisions between God’s people. (Acts 10:9-16). The animals in his dream were unclean in his past life. The ceremonial law was deeply imbedded in his heart. Peter never physically ate anything unclean. His beliefs also extended to his relationship with others; never eating or having fellowship with non-Jewish people. Acts 10:27-28

It was Jesus desire for him to preach the Gospel to the nations. Through this vision, the limitation in his mind was broken. Indeed, Peter was converted. He preached the gospel freely to Cornelius and all present: his friends and family.

 Before Peter could finish preaching, the Holy Spirit filled the room and fell on everyone in the room, thus the Lord proving His Word, through the power of the Holy Spirit. Salvation was for both the Jews and Gentiles, “God shows no partiality, but in every nation anyone who fears him and does what is right is acceptable to him” – Acts 10:34-35

Both Cornelius and Peter touched by God:

There were two conversions: Cornelius eyes were opened to see God in the fullness of His glory and Peter was also converted. He was no longer discriminatory in his preaching of the Gospel.

Are you hungry for souls?

If you are a Christian reading this, you have a commission to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ without discrimination. The Lord knows those who are His, just preach Christ. John 3; 16

Are you seeking God?

If you are seeking God, not all roads lead to Him. Salvation is through Christ alone. Jesus took the sins of the whole world upon His shoulders, indeed He paid the price that no one else can pay. Being good and observing religious duties cannot save a soul.  Salvation is a work of divine grace, as it cannot by any means be earned. Repentance leads to Life – Acts 11:18

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Empowering and Enduring till the end: written by Ruth Dickson

The Promise of the Spirit:

With great joy in their hearts, Abraham, Moses, the Judges and the  Prophets  waited in eager expectation of God’s Spirit. Indeed, it was Moses desire  that  all of God’s people prophesy and have the  Lord’s Spirit placed upon them (Numbers 11:29). During different periods in history, Ezekiel, Joel and Isaiah, spoke about the Promise of the Spirit, but in one accord. 

The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament:

It is not that the Holy Spirit was not present or active in the Old Testament.  God’s power was restricted to certain events and specific people. Many of these people were raised up at certain points in Israels’ history, for example, Samson.  He was endowed with great power to conquer Israel’s enemies, but from his lifestyle and actions, we see clearly he had no personal relationship with God. Neither did he understand God’s ways. Majority of the people God used, Prophets and Judges alike,  were  steeped in ancient ways, idolatry and corruption. Many  failed woefully in the purpose to which they were called. 

A New Way and A New Life: 

Though many of  these Judges, Kings and Prophets  did not fully understand God or His ways, they  pointed  to the One who would give men and women the grace of  a new life. He would  show them a new way of living.  He would suffer many things on this earth, as prophesied, and few would recognise Him. However, He would prevail in His mission to earth, to redeem lost souls and reconcile men and women to God.  

The intimate relationship between the Holy Spirit, the Father and Son is exemplified in John 15:26,

“But when the Helper comes, whom I shall send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth who proceeds from the Father, He will testify of Me.”

Transformed into Christ-Likeness:

In this day, not only does the Spirit of God empower, it endures to the end.  A greater measure than ever before, of  the Holy Spirit,  is poured out for God’s purposes and mission on this earth. God’s Spirit influences our close union with Christ, enabling us to commune with Him. Branches that are connected to the vine will be fruitful until the very end. God’s Spirit controls the Great Commission. It brings success to missionary endeavours;  saving souls, giving  men and women a  new life and teaching them a  new way of Living. “But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.” – 2 Cor. 3:18.

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TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH written by Ruth Dickson.

🌍 To the Ends of The Earth 🌍

The sharing of the Gospel globally may seem an overwhelming feat, but in reality God used ordinary people to start it. The Gospel of Jesus Christ was literally taken far and wide by a group of people. These were ordinary people, including fishermen. The vision of Jesus is to see His message preached globally.

Fishers of Souls:

It is Jesus’ desire that His followers, submit to Him; follow His teachings and become disciples. As a disciple, Jesus Christ commissions you, by His Spirit, to share the Gospel. As a follower of Jesus Christ, you are a miniature version of Him, constantly sharing the Gospel and fishing for souls. It is God who determines the harvest.

Be encouraged today, I pray for the presence and power of the Holy Spirit in your life. May the Spirit of Boldness come upon you this hour. Go forward with the unction and zeal of the God. Amen.



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Their Rejection Became Your Possession written by Ruth Dickson.


As Jesus proclaimed the gospel from pillar to post, He came up against hard rocks. The free Grace  of  Salvation was presented to the nation of Israel  on a platter of gold, but they did not recognise or accept it. (Romans 11:8). Rather, they chose works, over grace.

Wild Shoots:

Every faithful follower of Jesus Christ is a wild shoot grafted into the  Olive tree. You, child of God, are described as a “wild shoot” in Romans 11:17. The only reason you  are able to drink from the nourishing Olive tree is because the people who were supposed to drink from it were cut off, however, (not without a future  plan to re-graft them in). Think about this deeply. The heart of Israel will be hardened “until the fullness of the Gentiles has come in.” (Romans 11:25).

Gentiles Receive Salvation:

By  Israel rejecting God’s offer of Salvation, it is opened up freely to the Gentiles. Christ’s rejection by the Jews became a huge  blessing, in unprecedented colossal scale, to the whole world. (Romans 11:12, 15).

You are Christ’s Inheritance:

Christ is  your exceeding great reward, if you believe in Him today. You are no longer a wild-shoot with no direction, root, plan, direction or stability in life, but grafted into God’s eternal plan and promise. Before you met Christ, you were lost.

The Redeemer belongs to a people predestined  and chosen to be blessed with, “every spiritual blessing in the Heavenly places” (Ephesians 1:5). What a joy to partake in Abraham’s blessing. What a joy to be saved by grace. What a joy to know the Father and  be a citizen of His kingdom.
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IN THESE LAST DAYS written by Ruth Dickson.


God’s Spirit Poured Out

“And it shall come to pass afterward
That I will pour out My Spirit on all flesh;
Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy,
Your old men shall dream dreams,
Your young men shall see visions.” – Joel 2:28 

The divine gift of Prophecy was upon the life of Joel when the Spirit of God gave him these golden messianic prophetic words about Christ (Joel 2:28). The long awaited Messiah would come and pour out His “Spirit on all flesh.” Not everyone  had the ability to speak for God during Joel’s time, it was a Gift  given to selected people chosen by God. 

Joel can be described as one  looking through a dark window, without clear vision.  He gave prophecy according to the measure of the  Spirit of God upon Him.  As with all the Old Testament Prophets, they only knew in part… The Promise of God’s Spirit remained to be fulfilled by the One who had the power to bestow it, in a new way and on all flesh.  


The disciples were astonished when Jesus presented Himself to them alive. Death could not hold Him bound. Jesus brought  a very crucial message, it was the long awaited PROMISE,  “it was the promise of the Father…. that they would be “baptised with the Holy Spirit” (Acts 1:4, Acts 2:4). 

God is always faithful to His promises. Only Jesus Christ, the Son of God, has the power and authority to bestow the Gift of the Father. There is no other pattern or way the Gift of the Spirit flows. Christ gave  His disciples what He was baptised with: the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. All power pertaining to spiritual gifts on this earth have been given to Jesus Christ.   


On the day of Pentecost, the disciples were all together in one place (Acts 2:4). The Spirit of God fell in a new and unmeasured way… It was sudden,  like a mighty rushing wind, it came from Heaven and filled the entire house where they were sitting.  As the Spirit of God gave them utterance, they were filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke in other tongues.   Jerusalem was home for many peoples of the earth when the the Holy Spirit descended (Acts 2).  At that time, the Parthians, Medes, Elamites, Mesopotamiana, Jews, Cappadocians, the Pontus people of Asia, people from Phrygia, Pamphylia, Egypt, Libya, Cyrene, Rome, Crete and Arabaia, lived in Jerusalem.  It was a true reflection of God’s Promise, that all peoples of the earth, (God’s people in every nation), would be filled with His Spirit.   

In these Last Days…

In These Last Days…

In these last days, the colour of your skin, the language you speak, the country you live in, how old or how young you are, whether male or female, whether rich or poor… nothing will  be able to stop or hinder the Gospel reaching the ends of the earth. In fact, these factors will greatly advance it.  The praise of God  will continue to  resonate in every nation of this earth. The Word of God will permeate the stratosphere in every language:  all creation speaking one language; declaring the glory of God. Language will no longer a barrier to sharing the Gospel. The Bible has been translated into every language. 

 In these last days, a spirit of boldness will  been released  in the face of opposition and darkness. By this you will know the Spirit of God is at work. Both men and women, young and old, rich or poor, will do what can only be done by God’s Spirit. God’s people will be given clear vision and direction, with the empowerment to do the extraordinary. In the face of anger and  opposition, these men and women will declare Christ.  In these last days, the Spirit of God will be  poured out in a greater measure. The voice of the Lord will get louder and  louder. As the day of the Lord swiftly approaches, nothing  will be able to stop the advancement of God’s Kingdom.  

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The Baptism of the Holy Spirit written by Ruth Dickson

The Baptism of the Holy Spirit. 

This is a very controversial subject. It divides people because of the different perspectives and understanding of the role Holy Spirit. The role of the Spirit is to unite  and not to divide: thereby uniting all in Christ, into one body (1 Cor.12:13).

  While John the Baptist, baptised into repentance with water, he made it quite clear  that One, more powerful than him, would Baptise with the Holy Spirit and Fire.

You may ask, what is the difference? What is the significance of this? 

The Baptism of John & The Promise of the Spirit by Jesus. 

John the Baptist was the last prophet of the Old Testament and like a town crier, he went about telling all who had an ear to hear, to repent and prepare, because the “kingdom of God was at hand,” in other words, he announced  the arrival of the long awaited Messiah. This was His role.

 John the baptist did not know who the Messiah would be, He had to rely on what was read as Scripture at that time; (what was written down in prophecy.)  It was John’s cry that  the Messiah might be revealed to Israel (John 1:31). Jesus’ identity was revealed to John the Baptist as, “the Lamb of God, who takes away the Sin the world.” (John 1:29).

John’s Role:

John the Baptist had a unique call as the ladder between the Old Testament and New. He would go before Jesus Christ to announce Jesus’ arrival. John baptised with the Baptism of Repentance, for the forgiveness of sins in preparation for Jesus Christ’s role of Redemption.

Jesus’ Role:

Jesus carried the Spirit of God without measure.  After John was arrested, Jesus came into Galilee declaring  He was the fulfilment of Prophecy. All that the Prophets and John the Baptist revealed were fulfilled in Jesus, He embarked on His Messianic Mission anointed with the Spirit and Power.  


The Promise of the Holy Spirit, as prophesied by Joel, was fulfilled at Pentecost. Jesus  appeared to His  disciples, as they gathered together, reminding them about everything written about Him in the Law of Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms. 

Through Jesus Christ, repentance and forgiveness of sins would be proclaimed to the nations, beginning in Jerusalem. Even after the vigorous one on one practical training with Jesus, the disciples were not released into their own ministries without the Power of the Holy Spirit. (Luke 24:49; John 20:19-23; 1 John 1:1-4).  It was here Jesus reminded them that the Holy Spirit would be sent to them with Power. 

While John the Baptist Baptised with water, the disciples would experience a new phenomenon. They would be baptised with the power Holy Spirit. (Acts 1:5). The Lord promised the disciples. “Power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you” (Acts 1:8) for the spreading of the gospel, starting from where they were in Jerusalem, to the ends of the earth. At Pentecost the Spirit was poured out in abundance, giving power to the disciples to take the gospel to the ends of the earth.  

Baptised into Christ:

The water baptism is symbolic, it is the outward declaration of submission to God; repentance of sin; the  washing away of the sinful Old Life to welcome the New Life. In the New Covenant Baptism, the Holy Spirit dwells on the  inside, working change, by the power of the Holy Spirit   It is a New Covenant, giving God’s people a New Heart and New Life  just like Ezekiel  prophesied in Ez.36:24-27. In union with Christ, you become Brand New! The Work of the Holy Spirit is not-done, it’s on-going, a mystery, especially to onlookers, who watch the  Christian run their race with joy and fortitude in the face of trials. Jesus, the One who prevailed is to all who believe in Him a life giving Spirit. 1 cor 15:45

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