Saturday, September 8, 2018

The Paradigm of the Kingdom With Bishop Nelson Nzvimbo

Luke 14:25 - 26 teaches us that, the paradigm of the kingdom is a paradigm of finishing. It is think before you start.


Examples in Genesis 2: 2-3 God started and finished.

It is possible start something and finish or not finish it, depending on the paradigm side you are.

Genesis 1:1 We are shown that, where there is a beginning there is a completion.

If you are around people that start and don't complete, you won't complete anything in your life, vice versa.

God did not create the heaven and earth just like that, otherwise our paradigm would be the same, but he created it in stages, so should we. That's the paradigm of not doing things anyhow.

Don't rush through things, process things. Don't put the cart before the horse. Don't have a baby before marriage. God has given us enough time, take your pace. Leaving things undone or uncompleted is not a paradigm kingdom.

In Philippians 1:6 the Apostle Paul exhorts us with these words, 6. Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ. Here he shows us that, God is is a completer of what He starts to do in our lives.

In Hebrews 4:3 we are shown that, God finished the work of our entering His rest before the foundation of the world.


There is no dignity in a unfinished project.

As we read John 17:4, Jesus said I have finished the job you gave me. Jesus started a training program with his disciples and finished it. Are you finishing what you started?

We see the Lord Jesus Christ in John 19: carrying his cross to Crucifixion.

Whatever cross, make sure you carry it to the finish.
The Paradigm of the Kingdom With Bishop Nelson Nzvimbo


Have the mindset that says I will finish.


2 Timothy 4:7 Paul said I have finished, let's fight the good fight of faith and finish it.

2 Corinthians 8:6 Titus is urged to help the Macedonian church to finish the grace of giving he had started with them.

Here is your glitch, You started college, did not complete, Started a good relationship and did not complete, Started marriage and did not completed, Started a business and did not complete. Whatever you had started to do in life was not completed somewhere, somehow!!

2 Chronicles 8: 6 Solomon finished building the house of God. Solomon started and Solomon finished. 2 Kings 6:15-16.

Esther 2:12 she completed her school in their beauty school as was required.

Completion and finishing is crucial in one's assignment.

Anointing does not determine that you will finish your assignment. There is joy in completing an assignment.

Why people don't complete their assignment


Genesis 11, God himself can prevent completion,

As God also can prevent so can the devil.

External challenges in Ezra book, people will stop completion or politics.

The challenge now is for you to step up and rethink your plans. Not to plan to fail or fail to plan, but plan to finish what you start. After all, God is faithful to finish with you if you allow Him.

Some notes adopted from Pst. Ade Adesina.

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