Thursday, November 5, 2009

Surround Yourself With The Anointed

God is truly an awesome God!

Rev. Felix G. Williams, III, had preached earlier this year, at the Easter service, that as Christians we should be surrounding ourselves with anointed folk. Well, my friends, the Lord knows I am trying, and I believe that is the reason I came across a certain website.

You see, I had attended Sisters Keeping The Covenant Conference and I met Rev. Maxine Thomas. Rev. Thomas is a woman who is on fire for the Lord. The women's conference was such a blessing to me, I left there feeling rejuvenated, excited, and I wanted to do more in my walk with Christ. I wanted to follow up on those conference topics. I began to do research on women in ministry, and I came across Rev. Angela Lee Price's website,

My friends, I can tell you that ever since I visited Rev. Price's website, I have become even more excited about my service to God. This woman is an anointed servant of God. Her blogs, the "groups" such as Clean Up Woman, The Prayer of the Righteous, the discussion topics on her site, and just everyday conversation with her give me encouragement to keep doing what I am doing. She also encourages me to keep on going in my walk with Christ.

My friends, Proverbs 13:20 says, "He who walks with the wise, grows wise, but a companion of fools suffers harm." When we surround ourselves with anointed and wise people, we ourselves get wise and God will anoint us as we keep doing what He wants us to do. Proverbs 14:7 warns us to keep away from fools because they can't teach us anything. The apostle, Paul, in 2 Thessalonians 3:6, commands us to keep away and withdraw ourselves from every person that walketh disorderly and who does not follow the teachings they have been given.

I don't know about you, but I know that I will continue to walk in obedience and keep surrounding myself with those who love and follow the teachings of the Lord. I am not talking about those who have one foot in the door and the other foot out. I am talking about my brothers and sisters in Christ who have both feet in the door. I am talking about those disciples who speak life. I am talking about my brothers and sisters who teach about God's free gift to us, salvation.

I am surrounding myself with people who are anointed. I pray you will find the courage and strength to separate yourselves from those who are walking in darkness and disobedience. May God continue to bless and keep you.
Ta ta,
Therese from Belize

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