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Sunday, 25 August 2019

I just recalled something that happened sometime last week. Parked outside my home was a powerful Toyota car which I intended to use to take me to my destination. 

I got inside to drive but could not do so because something was missing that enabled me to drive. The car had fuel and was in perfect condition but as I got inside I realized what was wrong ... I had left the key inside and without it, I could not get anyway. I realized that even spiritually you can be loaded with power, gifts and talents but without a key that unlocks your potential you cannot get anywhere.

It was in 2012 that I discovered that Apostle Pride Sibiya was the key that God would use to unlock my potential.

Written By Apostle Adolphias Chibanda
I first met the humble servant of God Apostle Sibiya in 2003 and followed his ministry from a distance and it took me ten years to finally submit to his authority. Basically, I am not someone who is quickly moved and nowhere is what ushered me to submit to him after a decade including what I have learnt from my father in the Lord.
God's Generals - Life Lessons Learnt From Apostle P. Sibiya
God's Generals - Life Lessons Learnt From Apostle P. Sibiya
1. On Marriage: The foundation of a successful ministry is in having a successful marriage. Apostle teaches that marriage must be enjoyable, romantic and Christ-centred and this is evident even in his own marriage to Mama Sibiya. A man ought to love his wife and give her the first priority in life and just last week he told me to make my wife the happiest woman in my world.

 2. On Mentorship: On this, Apostle emphasizes that you cannot be a good father unless you have been fathered. One cannot effectively lead unless he has mastered the art of following and its important to follow someone greater and more mature than you. One of his popular sayings is, “Ndinotamba nevezera rangu asi ndichigara nevakuru” (I play with those of my level but dwell under the counsel of the elders). Seeing him submit to Apostle A. Chisango made me desire to submit to him because I knew that I had found a man who practised what he preached. Many people talk of submission when they are never submitted to anyone.

3. On Simplicity: Even though Apostle Sibiya has over a hundred assemblies, he still remains humble and presents the gospel in its simplest form. He is firm, very principled but never a complicated man. I have seen both the rich and poor being treated equally by him and the word teaches that we should show no partiality (James Chapter 2).
4. On Life In General: At times I grow impatient and would want to jump certain stages in life but my father teaches that we move from stage to stage, one step at a time. This wisdom from him is what has made me progressively successful in ministry. I have also seen in his life that building relationships is more important than having all the money in the world.

In a nutshell,l I would describe Apostle Sibiya as a father who preaches the gospel more from his lifestyle than on the pulpit and this is the key that I needed to fulfil my destiny.
God's Generals - Life Lessons Learnt From Apostle P. Sibiya
God's Generals - Life Lessons Learnt From Apostle P. Sibiya
God's Generals - Life Lessons Learnt From Apostle P. Sibiya
God's Generals - Life Lessons Learnt From Apostle P. Sibiya
God's Generals - Life Lessons Learnt From Apostle P. Sibiya
God's Generals - Life Lessons Learnt From Apostle P. Sibiya

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Harare — Every living organism dies. But what happens when you die? Many still wonder what happens thereafter. Some sections are convinced we cease to exist, while Christians believe in heaven and hell.

Hindus accept reincarnation — the belief that, after death, the atman or soul of a person passes into a new body and life. The new life is determined on how the deceased lived their previous life.

They also believe in karma, which is the sum of the good and bad actions taken. Good karma helps with a better rebirth.

Ways of dying: After death, an individual lives in a spirit world, attaining a new body which is identical to the earthly body, but with the capacity to move about as an ancestor.

To become an ancestor, is a desirable goal of every individual and it is believed that this cannot be achieved if an individual did not live a meaningful life, according to African traditional beliefs.

The Abrahamic tradition, hold that the dead go to a specific plane of existence after death, as determined by God, or other divine judgment, based on their actions or beliefs during life.

The nature of the continued existence is determined directly by the actions of the individual in the ended life, rather than through the decision of a different being.

What is death? But what really is death? Death is separation of the body, soul and spirit – it is not the end. Even though our body dies, our spirit — which is the essence of who we are — lives on.
Dust To Dust: Is There Life After Death?

According to the holy bible, our spirit goes to the spirit world, which is divided into spirit paradise and spirit prison. For those spirits who lived good lives, paradise is a place of rest from earthly cares and sorrow.

On earth, we operate here on the earth because of a license called the body. Once our spirit is separated from the body we cannot operate in the fleshly realm.

We must not be afraid of the physical death but rather the spiritual death. This means separation from God. This is why it is important for us to make a decision to follow Christ whilst you are in this body.

When one is about to die, they sometimes say certain things that will be long remembered even when they are gone. In this period, God allows your spirit to step out of the body into the spiritual realm.

The moment you step outside it’s as if you have undressed yourself off an overall. It’s as if your spirit is now seeing beyond this physical realm and you cannot communicate with the people on earth.

In paradise, what you did on earth will be carried over, just that you are now doing it in a glorified state. They will be now living in the spirit and will operate at the speed of thought.

Living testimony : The death of three friends, who drowned in a dam, shook Glory Ministries. Many were left with many questions — but some have been answered. One of the three, Makatendekaishe Saunyama later appeared in a dream to his relative.
“He appeared from nowhere. I was freighted but he was glowing. He said I will take you to where I am living. On the way, he got injured but was healed, after pronouncing Jesus’s name.

“We travelled to a beautiful place, where he showed me his room, filled with instruments that he once played at church. I did not what to go back, but he told me I had to go,” testified Grace.

Judgment day: In hades and paradise people are waiting for judgment. But those in hades will not go to heaven. In hell there are compartments and people will be judged according to their knowledge of Christ.

If you heard of Christ and did not receive him your punishment will be greater. Those that never heard about Christ will receive a lighter penalty. When you give on earth, you are transferring your wealth in heaven. Jesus builds your house but you provide the material.

When one of us dies we should mourn but with hope. Death is not the end but just the beginning.

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