3 simple steps to get back on track with God
Speaking on Good News on GOD TV, Evangelist Daniel Kolenda of Christ for all Nations (CfaN) shared these three simple steps to help people get back into God’s perfect will for their lives.
Standing with a stop sign in his hands Daniel told viewers that if they were heading in the wrong direction, they needed to come to an immediate standstill. He urged viewers to never have the attitude, “What’s the use I’ve already blown it?” stressing that it’s not too late to pick up with God where you left off. “Every day you continue on that path is a day you will not get back. Don’t waste one more day moving in the wrong direction,” he said.
Acknowledge your mistakes. Quoting 1 John 1:9 Daniel assured viewers that God has more than enough grace for everyone who will humble themselves and admit they are wrong. “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.”
Daniel shared how repentance is the key to living victoriously as a Christian. “Repentance is not only for rebels,” he said. “It is also the habit of the righteous. Repentance is the continuous turning of the soul, avoiding sin, not by focusing on it but by perpetually recalibrating the heart, the eyes fixed on the prize – Jesus Christ Himself.”
3. Learn From The Compass
During Good News, Daniel also shared from his book and DVD series, ‘Live Before You Die’ teaching how repentance can be likened to using a compass. “A compass is an amazing tool,” he said, “But it only works if you pay constant attention to it and allow it to correct your course. A compass doesn’t shout at you, telling you all the different ways you shouldn’t go, it simply points in one direction– north.”
In the same way, Daniel explained, the Holy Spirit constantly points northwards to Christ. “Only one or two degrees may be required to adjust your course, but make the adjustment all the same as that will keep you continually on track with God!”
Live Before You Die
No matter where your journey takes you, Daniel believes you can experience the wonder of God’s will for your life. In his book Live Before You Die he helps believers discern God’s calling, and ensure that their steps are ordered of the Lord. And, in Live Before You Die: The Experience Daniel takes viewers on an exciting multi-media journey across the world, through history, Scripture, and personal experience to discover keys that unlock destiny and purpose.
The series further examines why we were created; shows how we can understand our eternal purpose; identifies key characteristics of God’s will and answers tough questions like “What if God Calls Me to Do Something I Don’t Want to Do” or “What if I’ve Already Missed the Will of God? In this series, you will discover how restoration works and learn more fully how to find a fresh start.
Daniel is a fifth-generation preacher whose ministry is marked by a strong evangelistic gifting, with healing miracles, and he has led more than 19-million people to Jesus. The successor to the world-renowned evangelist, Reinhard Bonnke, he now leads Christ for all Nations a ministry that has heralded some of the largest evangelistic events in history; distributed millions of books; and has offices in 10 nations. Daniel is a graduate of Southeastern University and the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry and has spent many years serving alongside his mentor and spiritual father, Evangelist Bonnke. Together they have circled the globe preaching the Gospel.
Daniel Kolenda on GOD TV
Watch Good News with Daniel Kolenda on GOD TV each weekday at 7 pm and on Daniel Kolenda on Sundays at 12 pm. You can also watch GOD TV CEO, Ward Simpson chatting to Daniel on Today With Ward – Episode 9. Daniel is also often featured on GOD TV as a speaker at LIVE conferences and events, including Reinhard Bonnke Gospel Crusades; Light The Fire Again, Toronto; Awakening Europe; Burning Hearts in Germany; the Jesus Conference and others, which can be seen online.
“Repentance is not only for rebels, it is also the habit of the righteous. It is the continuous turning of the soul, avoiding sin, not by focusing on it but by perpetually recalibrating the heart, the eyes fixed on the prize, Jesus Christ Himself”. – Daniel Kolenda.