Role: Executive Pastor
Pastor Beatrice is the Executive Pastor of Gospel Ramah Church, an intercessor, a counsellor and a teacher.
She is passionate about prayer and fully confident in its power. This passion has led her to establish Keepers of God’s Fortresses, an organisation committed to interceding for families, churches and the nations and conducting workshops, seminars and conferences to equip men and women to pray effectively.
With more than 20 years of experience in ministry, Pastor Beatrice has had a great influence in shaping and equipping men and women to reach their God-given ability. Her pastoral heart has made her a loved mother to many.
God always shows up at set time in the lives of His people. God visits to comfort His people and to transition them from one state to another. True comfort and compassion cannot be found outside of God. God's visitation requires preparation, removing any obstacles. For preparation ushers God's glory.
When transition between seasons and glories you will face challenges. When God gives you a gigantic prophecy, don't hide because of fear but rather prepare and align yourself for it. When God speaks there will always be opposition Partnership with God will not come easy because of the enemies resistance, opposition and challenges. Therefore choose to walk in discernment and live by the spirit of God to be victorious.
A season of pruning leads to a great harvest and multiplication.
Learn to write down the prophetic words spoken over your life and pray over them until they come to pass. As long as God has given you a promise do not stop praying about it until it manifest.
Worship is to bow before God, to give Him honor and reverence towards God. As you worship God, His blessing will be on the food you eat and water you drink. He will also take sickness away from you and any form of miscarriage or barrenness. God will give you a full life span. He will make sure your enemies will not overcome you.
In Gods economy festivals where designed for three objectives: 1) Thanksgiving - show appreciation and reflect on the things God has done. 2) Fellowship - with God and with one another. and 3) Prophetic - for telling and forth-telling. Why do we respond to the invitation? We respond to the invitation: 1) According to the value we place on the person who has invited us. 2) Based on what we stand to gain. 3) To show gratitude. What will be your excuse: 1) The invitation is worth the sacrifice, 2) There is enough provision and 3) God is saying everything is ready.
The power of God gives us ability to do what we cannot do naturally. 1) The power of God brings salvation (1 John 5:11-12). Salvation to save, rescue, deliver and set free. Both spiritual and physical deliverance leads to eternal deliverance granted immediately by God. 2) The power of God enlightens and quickens our mind to understand the word. The word becomes alive. 3) The power of God brings new life (1 Corinthians 2:6-19). How do we allow God's power to work: a) Purity (2 Timothy 2:21). b) Obedience - to his word and holy spirit. c) Faith - total trust in him to use us.
The resurrection of Jesus came to give us power. Through his death Jesus: 1) Established His identity as the Son of God (and as God). 2) Validates His own prophesies. 3) Gave hope to His disciples and to us. 4) Snatched us from the kingdom of darkness to His Kingdom of Light. 5) Shamed the devil. Jesus is risen!
How does a blessed person look like? On what basis is someone blessed? A blessed man does not: 1) Walk with the wicked. 2) Stand with mockers. 3) Sit in the seat of mockers. A blessed man: 1) Delights in the law of the Lord. 2) Meditates on the law of the Lord day and night. Then he will be fruitful and productive in all seasons.
We have been given all authority to GO and make disciples of all nations. The baton has been passed onto us: 1) Respond to the call to make disciples of all nations - invading territories with the Gospel. 2) Go with the intention of making
disciples of all nations. Share what we have learnt with others and connect with people - first we have to connect to Jesus Christ. 3) Know that Jesus Christ is with you. People matter to God so should they matter to us.
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In order for us to engage in warfare we must have the appropriate weapons. The holy spirit is the weapon of our warfare. Jesus functioned in the framework of the holy spirit. How do we engage in warfare? 1) Dwell in the scriptures. The word of God is the wisdom that we need to navigate through the meanders of life. 2) Prayer. There are many outlets of power: through our Lips, Service, Money and Prayer. But prayer knows no limits and it works in the natural and supernatural. 3) Total surrender to the Holy Spirit. Our responsibility as a church is: Consecration - to be set apart as instruments in God’s hands. To commit to the cause - to bring one more to Jesus, to push more boundaries and to offend and defend.