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 Foundation For Christian Living. Also, I have written 10 booklets Reflections of a Married Man, Foundation for Christian Living Booklet 1, Foundation for Christian Living Booklet 2, Foundation for Christian Living Booklet 3, Foundation 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 Pike4 days ago
Godly Words Of Wisdom
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Ian Pike7 days ago
I enjoy regularly reading God’s word because it is so precious to me, my attention has been drawn to the insidious nature of deception! King Saul could look into the eyes of Samuel the Prophet and lie to him such was his deception and when challenged he blamed other people for his behaviour. Jesus when asked told His disciples that one of the signs of the last days would be the deception of believers. The Apostle Paul warned the Galatian church “Do not be deceived” and this is a warning to us. Deception comes from believing our opinion is more important and we do not repent but make excuses when we do the wrong thing. The greatest deception we face today is being content with the way we live with no desire to change The sad thing is when people are deceived they believe that they are correct and will not listen to the truth. This is a warning to us to stay close to the Lord and continually desire to change into being Christ-like in all that we do. There is so much pleasure and satisfaction when we decide to put Jesus first in the way that we live.
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Ian Pike2 weeks ago
Godly Words Of Wisdom
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Ian Pike2 weeks ago
I have been so inspired and encouraged as I have read the account of Ruth. She was an idol worshipper who had an encounter with God that the Bible does not mention which was so great that she left her family and country to know the God of Israel. She was not put off by Naomi her mother-in-law who was a bitter and angry woman who blamed God for the outcome of her poor choices. The timing of her coming to Bethlehem was God ordained and because of her obedience, she became the great-grandmother of King David. This story has inspired me to believe in impossible situations and the people I am praying for that they will have an encounter with God and leave their old way of living and live God’s way. These are the days to see and believe that God is doing great and mighty things.
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Ian Pike3 weeks ago
Godly Words Of Wisdom
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Ian Pike3 weeks ago
I have been so inspired by the two things Jesus declared would happen in Acts 1:8 when you receive the Holy Spirit. Firstly, you shall receive ‘Power’, however, the word Power is an incomplete translation of the Greek word ‘Dunamis’. For it means ‘God-given Strength and Ability’. Secondly, ‘You shall be a witness to me’, understand very clearly that a witness is a person who declares what they have seen. Now is the time to manifest your God-given Strength and Ability, and to declare what you see Jesus doing in your life and the lives of other people. The Holy Spirit has been poured out and it is time to see the evidence of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
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