He Must Become Greater, I Must Become Less


"When we least expect it, life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to change; at such a moment, there is no point in pretending that nothing has happened or in saying that we are not yet ready. The challenge will not wait. Life does not look back. A week is more than enough time for us to decide whether or not to accept our destiny." ―Paulo Coelho

Hi everyone! 

I will be taking a two week Sabbatical and will not be writing and updating my Blog with any  new posts until April 2nd 2013.  I thank you for your understanding as much as I deeply appreciate the love and the support that you have given over the past fourteen months. 

I pray for you daily and will continue to do so. I pray that during the time God will give me a fresh new Rhema word to speak to you upon my return. I even ask that God's Spirit will minister to your heart through one or more of the many posts that are here in the Blog archive.


Meanwhile, He must increase, but I must decrease. He must become greater, I must become less. More of Him and less of me. He must become more significant and I must get out of His way and allow Him to do what only He can do best. (scripture ref. John 3:30) 

Again, thank you for your understanding. As I take my short of absence, may God richly bless you and give you His peace. 

Kingdom blessings

Yours in Christ
Yvonne I. Wilson


6 comments:

  1. I will miss you. I pray that He would sharpen your sword and bring you to a place of humility and surrender. I decree more of Him and less of you in your life, let His will be fully established and come to a perfect completion in your life. It shall always be all about Him that His name be glorified and He would continually use you for His glory.
    He is taking you up higher as you submit and surrender completely to His will, purpose and desire. (Isaiah 58:8-9). He is bringing you to a place of increase and expansion, for great are the things He has in store for you

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    1. Thank you Ngozi and may God richly bless you in return.

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  2. Have a peaceful sabbatical, Yvonne. Will be looking forward to your return.
    Enjoy your time away.
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    Chris

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  3. I pray God's peace and His abundant blessings you. You will surely be missed.

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  4. Looking forward to reading what He brings you during your sabbatical!

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