Question about desire

In 2008 I fasted for 3 days and 3 nights reading the word of God using the Rhapsody of Realities. I took a one year plan reading from Genesis to Revelation. I stopped reading and following the plan the day my mother died. I was in the book of Isaiah during that time. My wish and my desire was to meet the man of God Pastor Chris so that he could impact me with the gift of healing and prosperity as well as the knowledge and wisdom to teach the word of God. I didnt manage this because I was still young and came from a poor family. I couldn’t have access to the internet facebook and so on. I wanted to be with him or to be part and passal of the people who spread the word of God through Rhapsody. Now I am 21 and this desire is still burning within me. I don’t know what that means. Pastor, I need you to please help me.

~ Tinashe


Dear Tinashe,
I sense that your desire is to walk with God and serve Him. I share that desire.

You started off on a good path by reading the Bible. You can never go wrong reading the Bible and meditating on it. God speaks through His Word (Hebrews 4:12; 2 Timothy 3:16-17). You will grow spiritually and get to know Jesus better by spending time with Him daily in prayer and Bible reading.

Let me suggest that you begin focusing on the life of Christ as found in New Testament books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Keep notes on what you are reading each day. Write the date, the passage reference, and your response to these statements:
1. God said to me:
2. I said to God:

God will meet you and you will grow. When God is ready He will use you for His glory to tell the Good News!

~ Pastor Chris

Have always been poison in His blood?


Dear Pastor Chris, recently i have been going through a transformation
in my journey with God and and am confused by what God has said to me-
in a dream, God asked me a question which a recall as one about
faith, belief, in Him now that my blinders have been removed, and i
hesitated to answer Him for fear of my doubt i may have had before and
God said’ you have always been poison in my blood’. What does He mean
by saying that i have always been poison in His blood? Any help would
be great, thank-you.

~ Allan



Be careful about believing any and everything you see, hear, or dream. The devil can masquerade as an angel of light (2 Corinthians 11:14). “Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour” (1 Peter 5:5, NIV). He is a deceiver, a liar (Revelation 12:9; John 8:44).

To keep from being deceived we must continually compare any message or dream to Scripture (the Bible). This is what the Bereans did (Acts 17:11).

God will never lie to you. “He who is the Glory of Israel does not lie” (1 Samuel 15:22, NIV).

The Bible tells us nothing about anyone being poison in Christ’s blood. The Bible does say that it is the blood of Christ that redeems us (1 Peter 1:18-19) and cleanses our consciences (Hebrews 9:14).

The enemy is lying to you. “Resist him, standing firm in the faith, because you know that your brothers throughout the world are undergoing the same kind of sufferings” (1 Peter 5:9, NIV).

~ Pastor Chris