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Inspirational Word for Today


“And in the first year of Cyrus king of Persia, so that the word of Jehovah by the mouth of Jeremiah might be fulfilled, Jehovah stirred up the spirit of Cyrus king of Persia, and he made a proclamation in all his kingdom, and also in writing saying,” Ezra 1:1 (Literal translation from the Hebrew Bible)

‘The Message’ translation says ….. God prodded (which means cause to act) the heart of king Cyrus.

The Israelites went to captivity through the prophecy of Jeremiah the prophet and again said after 70 years they will be released to their homeland – Jerusalem.

I believed they will ask among themselves how can that be possible, who will facilitate that, how can it be? I believe there were many doubts running through their minds by then.

Scripture says ‘so that the word of Jehovah by the mouth of Jeremiah might be fulfilled, Jehovah stirred up the spirit of Cyrus.’

The prophecy will come but there should be two major things:

1. The carrier or the one to bring the prophecy to its fulfillment.

2. A stirring up so that the Word of the Lord will be accomplished.

For these two things to really come to pass depends on your level of faith and prayer. It also depends on your covenant you have with the Lord.

It is not automatic for your prophecy to come to pass. The carrier of your prophecy must be present and a stirring up must be established.

The two can be different people - the person carrying the prophecy might be different from the one carrying it's fulfillment.

Pray right now for God to stir up the spirit of your carrier of your prophecy so that it will be fulfilled. Pray, pray, pray.

Somebody is carrying your prophecy, somebody is carrying its fulfillment too, pray that his or her spirit will be stirred up.

God bless you. Give your life to Jesus Christ. Contact me for further discussions.

I love you so much but Jesus loves you the best. Your comments are always welcome. Thank you.

Rev. Joseph KLM Ansa

“WHY THE TWO?” – Luke 24:13-33

Emmaus is a little town 7 miles from Jerusalem. The two came to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover and were greatly perplexed by the EVENTS that took place.

They had heard the Good News the women brought that Jesus Christ is risen, the tomb was empty and the body of Jesus Christ wasn’t there. Again, they also saw an Angel who spoke to them.

The two were talking about the sufferings, the trials, the crucifixion, the death and how the body of Jesus cannot be found.

They were reasoning, talking about these things, events that had taking place.

Verse 14 … ‘They were talking about EVERYTHING that had happened.’

They were discussing, asking questions, trying to find solutions to them but to no avail.

They showed concerned, their hearts were troubled, reflecting on all that happened. It was all about Jesus. They had a deep concern and love for Jesus and wanted to know more that’s why the discussion on Him.

Why the Two?

Jesus asked a question in verse 17 … ‘What are you discussing so INTENTLY as you walk along?’

Then one of them by name Cleopas answered … THINGS have happened the last few days – a deep concern on what had happened the few days.

Jesus asks the next question … ‘What things?’ – verse 19.

From verse 19 – 24 was their response to the stranger, Jesus the Christ, Saviour of our soul.

Jesus saw how they yearn to understand the Scripture yet lacked understanding.

Their deep concern for the Truth but could not find one.

Their quest for the interpretation of Scriptures but nobody to satisfy their thirst.

Jesus knowing all things has to satisfy their thirst. Matthew 5:6 “God blesses those who hunger and thirst for justice for they will be satisfied.”

Verse 27, then Jesus took them through the Scriptures, the things concerning Himself. Jesus had to even spend the night with them so that He can fully and completely satisfy their thirst.

 Beloved, there were many people that came for the Passover in Jerusalem and were returning to their villages, towns and homes. Why the Two?

It’s because of their genuine quest, inner thirst for the things concerning Jesus, to understand fully the Scriptures, the sayings of the Prophets, to know the Truth.

Jesus appeared to the Two. May Jesus appear to you as you genuinely seek Him.

May Jesus satisfy your thirst and whatever you hunger for.

Why the Two because they were in genuinely seeking to know the Truth.

God bless you.

Give your life to Jesus Christ. I love you but Jesus loves you the best.

Your comments are welcome.

Rev. Joseph KLM Ansa

Inspirational Word for Today



“The Word of Forgiveness”

Significance: This applies to His enemies, the soldiers, those who mocked Him, scourged Him and tortured Him, to His disciples who deserted Him and to those who daily forget Him in their lives.

- Jesus started with prayer on the cross

- He demonstrated His divine Love to humanity

- To show forgiveness when others hurt us without a cause

- The essence is forgiving each other

- He taught it in the Lord’s prayer – Matt. 6:12

- He told Peter to forgive many times – Matt. 18:21-22

- He taught the disciples during the Last Supper – Matt. 26:27-28

- He showed forgiveness to the paralytic at Capernaum – Matt. 2:5

- He forgave the adulteress caught in the act and about to be stoned – John 8:1-11

- Finally He taught that if you hold others sins against them, they are not forgiven – John 20:22-23

- We did not confess our sins to Him, yet He forgave us.

- We should also forgive others’ sin if even they have not said sorry to us.

The lesson Jesus taught us on the cross through His Word is FORGIVENESS. To be continued tomorrow God willingly.

God bless you. Give your life to Jesus Christ. Contact me for further discussions.

I love you so much but Jesus loves you the best. Your comments are always welcome. Thank you.

Rev. Joseph KLM Ansa




  1. Difference between Jesus died for you and Jesus died for you by shedding His Blood for you.
  2. It is not just the death of Jesus but the way He died.
  3. A death that He must shed His Blood for humanity.
  4. Specific and defined ways by which Jesus should die for humanity.

a.      Crowns of thorns so that He will shed His Blood – John 19:2

b.      The whipping at His back so that He will shed His Blood – John 19:1; 1 Peter 2:24; Isaiah 53:5

c.       Circumcision so that He will shed His Blood – Luke 2:21

d.      Piercing of His side so that He will shed His Blood – John 19:34

e.       Nailing of His hands so that He will shed His Blood – John 19:18

f.       Nailing of His feet so that He will shed His Blood – Luke 23:33

g.      Even at Gethsemane His sweat became like drops of Blood – Luke 22:44

Jesus died a specific and defined death so that at all cost He will shed His Blood.

Note again that it’s not just shedding His Blood but through specific ways. That is what I have outlined above.

Give your life to Jesus.

I love you but Jesus loves you the best.

Rev. Joseph KLM Ansa


Matthew 21:1-11

Next week Sunday, March 20, 2016 is Palm Sunday normally referred to as ‘The Triumphal Entry of our Lord Jesus Christ to Jerusalem.’ It is the 6th Sunday in Lent and it is called “Palmarun” meaning Palm Sunday. It is the day Christendom cries “Save me Lord.”

From the passage above, few questions have been raised for your reflection throughout the whole week until the Palm Sunday.

1. From verse 3, Jesus told them…… ‘The Lord has need of them.’ You need Jesus Christ and Jesus is in search of you. Will you response ‘Yes Lord, here am I?’ Will you walk to Jesus today, even right now?

2. From verse 5, it is recorded that ‘Behold your King is coming to you.’ During this week, the King of Glory is coming to you, will you receive Him or not? Are you going to let Him pass by without letting Him into your heart?

3. From verse 10, He entered Jerusalem and the entire city was moved, saying, “Who is this?” ‘He entered Jerusalem.’ The Jerusalem is your heart, and my heart. Will you allow Jesus to enter your heart today, even right now? Has He entered your Jerusalem – your heart already? This week will you give Him the chance to enter your Jerusalem – heart? Rev. 3:2 says ‘Behold I stand at the door and knock. If anyone (including Muslims, Buddhists, Americans, Chines, Ghanaians, Akans, Krobos, Asantes etc and YOU) hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with Him, and he with Me.’

Beloved in the Lord, the triumphal entry into Jerusalem which begins today till Sunday is the entry into our heart. Allow Him to have a safe arrival in your heart right now and also permit Him to stay there forever and ever.

We are starting our ‘Mpaebo Kese’ from today. Join us in all the Sessions. God bless you. Give your life to Jesus Christ. Contact me for further discussions.

I love you but Jesus loves you the best. Your comments are always welcome. Thank you.

Rev. Joseph KLM Ansa.