Ian Pike

Ian Pike

Beginning of an Author's Reflection

In January 2014 my beautiful wife of 53 years suddenly and without warning went to heaven. As I reflected on those good years together I decided that for the rest of my life I would spend more time with the Lord and be an encouragement to everyone that I spoke to.  Sometime later one Saturday morning when I was worshipping the Lord I had an outstanding encounter with the Lord which lasted about 2 hours. During that encounter, I felt the Lord say to me that I was to pass on my Spiritual heritage before I died. To which I replied, “You have the wrong person because I have no Spiritual heritage”. Then the Lord reminded me of the unique way my father was saved and of his special relationship with the Lord which caused such a hunger for more of the Lord to grow in me which has never left me. He then reminded me of being part of a move of God in which the church grew from 60 to over 500 people and of many other situations in my life. Out of that encounter, I began to write my Reflection books, firstly  ‘Reflections of what is a Man’ then my spiritual Journey which I named ‘Reflections of a Man Who Didn’t Know What He Knew’, and after that ‘Reflections on the Old Testament’  also, ‘Reflections on the Kingdom of God’, ‘ Reflections on God’s way for us to change’ and Foundations For Christian Living. Also, I have written 10 booklets Reflections of a Married Man, Foundations for Christian Living Booklet 1, Foundations for Christian Living Booklet 2, Foundations for Christian Living Booklet 3, Foundations for Christian Living Booklet 4, Psalms that have impacted my life booklets 1-5 and Visitation or Habitation. It is my desire and belief that everyone who reads these books will be impacted by the anointing that is on my life and many lives will be drawn closer to the Lord.

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Ian Pike2 days ago
As we approach Easter this year I have decided to reflect on its significance and I have been drawn to 1 Corinthians 6:19b & 20 NLT which says: “You do not belong to yourself. For God has bought you with a high price. So you must honour God with your body “. It is so easy to forget that we are not our own but belong to God. We live in a world environment that continually teaches us to please ourselves. We must not conform to this world and remember the sacrifice that Jesus made so that our sins can be forgiven. God calls that sacrifice a ‘High Sacrifice’ and because of the price paid, we should honour God by the way that we live. I am reminded of the words of an old song that says: “All that I have, All that I am. All I could ever be, Could not repay the love debt I owe, I surrender to Thee! ”May our salvation become so real to us this season.
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Ian Pike6 days ago
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Ian Pike1 week ago
God sometimes uses special occasions to impact His people. This is what happened to me last Tuesday, as I commenced this new year the Lord used that day to impact my Spirit in a new way. I had been crying out to the Lord for some time for freshness in my life and nothing seemed to happen, but that all changed. While there was no special moment during the day it was as I spoke to several people that my Spirit changed, I do not know what it means except there is an expectation that God is about to do a fresh thing if we allow Him to flow through us. I look forward to this next year and want to be part of what He is doing
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Ian Pike2 weeks ago
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Ian Pike2 weeks ago
This week I have been drawn to a familiar scripture Luke 9:23 where Jesus said to His disciples “If anyone desires to come after me, let him deny himself, take up his cross daily, and follow me”. This verse is also recorded in Matthew and Mark. I am challenged by the meaning of ‘To take up your cross’ It means a willingness to endure hardship, face opposition, and make personal sacrifices for the sake of one's faith and commitment to Jesus Christ. As I have reflected on the truth of this verse I realise although there have been times when I have denied myself and have made personal sacrifices I would be wrong to say this is how I am living now! I have become comfortable with the way that I love my Saviour and have used my age as an excuse for the way that I live. I desire to be a true follower of Jesus in my present season of life and be an encouragement to everyone that I meet
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