I’m grateful to the Lord that I was given another opportunity to accompany the brothers to Mozambique and Malawi in April. Every time I come back with something beautiful that the Lord has established in my heart.
Ephesians 2:1 “And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins”. I ministered this principle at Kulanga Fellowship in Malawi under a tree, that we were all dead because of our wickedness, evilness and selfishness, saying to them that we were all dead and that “Dead is dead!!!”. God made me aware that I too was spiritually dead as a result of my trespasses and sins. Meaning I was lifeless towards God, but now I have been brought to life through Jesus Christ my Saviour. Being brought to life is not just something that I’m told to believe, but a life changing experience that causes me never to be the same again.
After asking the brothers at the Kulanga Fellowship to read their own verse that they think can be used to preach Jesus, Brother Benson stood up with a beautiful smile and read 2 Cor 2v 15 & 16. “For we are unto God a sweet savour of Christ, in them that are saved, and in them that perish: To the one we are the savour of death unto death; and to the other the savour of life unto life”. He said that when we are spiritually alive we give off the sweet fragrance of Jesus Christ, but we stink when we are spiritually dead. It was clear that Brother Benson was himself alive, we could smell the fragrance of Jesus Christ through him. I pray the Lord may keep our Brother Benson and all the other folks that we ministered to, may they continue to seek after the Lord.