Do You Experience Push Back On The Job?

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Do you experience push back on the job or in ministry?

What’s with the push backs?

I was just thinking about how people sometimes give you a run around when you want to help.  Whether it is helping people or helping in a situation.  The experiences I am about to share happened while I was a single stay at home mom.  While you are reading them, you may see similarities to incidences in your life or job.  

So, what is with the push back? Why can’t people accept our willingness to help them, to genuinely help them? Why can’t people just look at themselves, at what’s being said and examine where they are? What’s with the push back?

Even though I am not perfect, it does not stop me from helping others.

 

Aren’t we all on the road of life?

 

I know that the scripture says that I am to pull the beam out of my own eyes before I can see clearly to cast the mote out of my brother’s eye. (Matthew 7:5)   So should I just leave a person in the deep hole they are in while I go and make amends to about 10 people, say 10 “Our Fathers”, and get counseling for a couple of months before I can mention one thing to another person about their issues?

I also understand the scripture that says it is in the spirit of meekness that you go to someone overtaken in a fault to restore them. Going in the spirit of meekness and thinking about yourself, helps you to not be tempted in the same way they were. (Galatians 6:1)

I just wonder, why time and time again, I have had leaders just not accept what I’m saying about a situation before they ask me what’s wrong with me, asking me, “What is the sin in your life?”  Do I have to go through this drill before I can mention anyone else’s sin or not so good situation?   When I am not confronting the leader but another co-laborer to me, in this instance, what is with the push back?

When someone is in leadership, their mess-ups could affect many people. I really don’t understand the fingers pointing back at me as to what’s in my life that I need to deal with, right as I bring up an issue. I regularly submit myself to Our Father in Heaven for my issues and I wait for God to let me know what I need to deal with. I am willing to deal with those things.  People, who know me, know that about me.

          Psalms 35:4

So, I don’t understand the deal with the push back from these men and women. I am reminded of at least one of the leaders who was giving me push back about an issue that was affecting other people. I found out a year or so later that this same leader was in sin, himself. So in a way, that makes more sense as to why HE was trying to point the finger at me being a whistle blower, bringing someone else’s stuff to the surface.

Sin consciousness will make you not so hard on sin in other people’s lives. It takes away your boldness sometimes. Sin consciousness might have you say that someone else’s stuff is not that bad. When others are affected negatively and in a needless way, it is still bad.  It doesn’t matter how minor or major the issue might be. 1 Corinthians 15:33, says that “Evil communication corrupts good manners”. The Amplified bible says that “Bad company corrupts good morals.”

Firm yet Fair

In another incident, I got a 5 to 10 minute lecture on the issues that I probably have in my life. It was so off topic, it was ridiculous.  I could not figure out why I had to go through such harassment to bring an issue to my leader.  I was not gossiping to my friend.  I went to someone who could do something about it by going to the next person in authority.  I can say for this incident, that the not so innocent party was spoken to by the leader after our conversation and the issue was confirmed by the actual (guilty) party. And it was dealt with.

So I think that was the issue with my leader: He thought I was assuming because I didn’t have concrete proof. Yet the conversations that I was having with this individual was proof enough to me. And since he finally admitted fault, yes, there was a fault, I knew I had “guessed” right.

As human beings, we sometimes second guess ourselves. As we get older, we understand different dynamics of life a little better than when we were younger. So all things and all scenarios do not take a rocket science to deduce what is going on in some people’s lives. I am the first to say that I have a lot to learn about people. I believe with the help of the Holy Spirit, I saw through to what was really going on which was later confirmed.

“Don’t allow anybody to make you feel like you are nobody.”

It’s quite the concept and it makes sense that when I talk to others about the bad issues in someone’s life that I will get pushed back because the person I am talking to is in sin and doesn’t want to admit fault or be caught themselves. Maybe, it’s like the golden rule, kind of, in reverse. Since the leader does not want to admit fault, he won’t allow me to blow the whistle on anyone else’s issues or sin.  He will try to stop me cold if he can harass me enough or get me to admit a fault of my own which might disqualify me from speaking up, possibly.  Or at least get me to back down because I FEEL disqualified to speak at that moment.

…Don’t know if that is their logic.

All I know is that if the leader has a problem, it does not mean I have a current problem that I need him to dig out of my life and heart before I can share a concern.  That is not staying on the subject.  And if I need help in the future, I can return to talk to my leader about my issues. Although, with the way they are handling my concerns for a co-laborers, I might be hesitant to admit my own weaknesses to this same leader.

What’s with the push back

So why the push back? If a person really and truly cares about someone, it’s not that they’re perfect. They care. They want better for another person. They want better for the situation and for the people who are being affected by the situation.  It’s not saying that the whistle blower is perfect.

It someone had to be perfect before calling attention to a harmful or potentially harmful situation, would there ever be any rebuking? The scripture does not say we have to be perfect (Galatians 6:1). It says we have to pull the log out of our own eyes. It says to go humbly, in the spirit of meekness. We go being aware of our own humanness and shortcomings.

So again, I ask, what’s with the push back? S i n. And sin consciousness. What a sad world it would be if there was no more rebuking in the world. What a sad world it would be.

Some people don’t want to be stopped. Others don’t want to be accused of being wrong. They want to do what they want to do when they want to do it. And no one is going to stop them, so they think.

I have run into people who are running from God. They do not accept the call on their life nor their responsibilities, sometimes.  As a Christian, I don’t know how one decides what parts will be Christian and what parts they will compartmentalize into the controls of their own hands. How do you make arbitrary decisions like that? It’s mind-boggling to me.

So my answer to push back is, “What would Jesus do”. If he verbally answered, Jesus would answer with the word of God. So I must do that.

1 Peter 2:1-3

If Jesus reacted, He would react with grace, humbly and sometimes with righteous indignation but Jesus would not stay there, in anger. So I will not stay hurt or in anger.

I believe Jesus would cast down all imaginations and thoughts that operate contrary to the word of God. (2 Corinthians 10:5). So I must not let my mind run wild either on assumptions or untruths.

I believe Jesus would pray for leaders and individuals who were caught in sin and he would guide them in all truth. (John 16:13) And so must I. I would go so far as to pray, 2 Timothy 2:24–25, praying that “God would grant them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth”.

2 Timothy 3:6-7
 

Some people’s eyes are closed or half closed to the truth. Deception is hard to battle on your own when you have been believing a lie for so long. Or when a person is deceived to think that their stuff is not so bad, it can be hard to change or see the truth.

If you have gotten something from this article today, I hope you will clap for it on medium.com. I was so ramped up today when I first wrote this wondering why this situation keeps happening to me.  But at last, a friend of mine told me that sometimes things, even bad things, keep happening so that we can form a response to those things.

Psalms 91:1,2,4,5

My name is Nek’ka Migel and writing this story today has helped me to see things more clearly as to why I get push back from leaders and others when it comes to pointing out faults in other people. I thought that others might benefit from reading about my experience. I did not want to name the exact sin since these people are still alive and hopefully they are dealing with their issues. That is my prayer for them.

In Christ Name,

Nek’ka Migel

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How I Intend to Live Everyday Life More with God in 2018

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How I Intend to Live Everyday Life More with God in 2018

Prayer written in Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success by Wooden and Carty

Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success; Paperback; Author - John Wooden

…”Forgive me of my sins and help me gain a greater measure of control over my fallen nature through the power of Your Holy Spirit. And Lord, give me a passion to stay in Your will for an increasing period of time.”   This prayer was written in Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success by John Wooden and Jay Carty P. 101

 

When I saw this prayer, I was reminded of a conversation I had with someone, years ago, about being in the presence of God.  They thought it was impossible and not very productive to stay in God’s manifest presence all the time.  It was suggested that a person could not function normally if they were under the influence of God’s Presence constantly.  I wonder if that would be like Moses and how he went before God for the Children of Israel and when he came out from God’s presence, he was still glowing.  Therefore, he wore a covering over part of his face.  Exodus 34:29-35 (KJV)

Then awhile back, I had yet another conversation with someone else that it was impossible to have sinless days.  And I contended that if you could have sinless minutes, moments or hours, why couldn’t it turn into a full day and even a week?  I have not heard of anyone who sins all the time, 24/7.   Yet, somehow, I have gotten away from pursuing that  goal of having more sinless moments.

 

So this prayer of asking God to give me a passion to stay in His will for increasing periods of time falls in line with being in His presence longer and staying away from sin longer.  I want that for my life. How about you?  Have you ever really thought about this topic?  Are you resigned to being so human that you set out expecting to fail, to sin, even daily?  I don’t wake up expecting to sin.   Yet, part of me is expecting to fail in some way.

Most people contend that we will never be perfect before going to heaven.  But why not?  Many people say we will always have a vice or two…or three.  But why?  As a Christian, who am I to decide what God can deliver me from or not?  Who am I to have a pet sin and not surrender that sin to God?  Yet I have heard it more than once that we all have a vice. Some believe we will always have some sin, like a particular one, always in our life. 

So my challenge to myself is to not decide that if one sin takes longer to be done with that that must be the one I am assigned to have for the rest of my life.  I actually believe that some people do not want to let go of certain sins and that some sins are comfortable. And for that one sin, they might not be praying that God would relieve them of it.  It is quite the dichotomy to think that you could pray to God to get rid of all of the known (to you) sin and challenges towards a specific sin or to NOT pray and resolve yourself to thinking that one or more sins will always be in your life.  

 

So now I ask myself, “Why can’t I die to sin?”  Why can’t I ask God to take away my vices, all of them?  Why can’t I strive for perfection? Or can I? 

Philippians 3:14 says, “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” 

Hebrews 6:1 says, “Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on to perfection; not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works, and of faith toward God.”  (KJV)  The Douay-Rheims Bible says for the same verse, “Wherefore, leaving the word of the beginning of Christ, let us go on to things more perfect, not laying again the foundation of penance from dead works, and of faith towards God,”

Philippians 3:13, “Brothers, I count not myself to have apprehended:  but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth to those things which are before,”…

 

I don’t want to make excuses for sin to be in my life.  I don’t want to treat it like a gift to have a sin, then put the sin in its little box and kiss the box like it is a treasure to have this sin.  I don’t want to justify the sin to myself or others.  I want to be free of my sin(s).  

Part of being free usually is preceded with acknowledging the sin in my life.  How about you?  Are you ready to acknowledge that something is a sin in your life?  Are you ready to say goodbye to that sin?

I know it could be a tough question.  So, who in your life is asking the hard questions to you?  

There are spiritual examens that you and a friend, an accountability partner for your life, could read to one another and listen to each other’s answers to some key questions.  Examples can be found here.  Here is a brief definition of examen:

“The Examen of Consciousness is a way to look back over the day and consider where did you find God in the events of your day? Where did you get in the way of finding God in those events? Regular daily practice of the Examen allows you to reflect on the person you are and are becoming.”  Found on the Examen Video site.

In the six years that I discipled Ladies in the ways of Jesus, I often shared a list of 10 Examen Questions.  One is, “Have any of your financial dealings lacked integrity?”  Another is, “Have you given priority time to your family?” And the tenth question is, “Have you just lied to me?”  It makes you smile at the last question…if you did not lie or if you are caught, maybe one smiled in a sheepish way.

So, back to the initial prayer at the beginning of this blog, I pray, “Lord, give me a passion to stay in your will for increasing period of time.”  Help me to gain “control over my fallen nature through the power of your Holy Spirit.”

 

Will you pray this prayer for yourself?  Will you desire a less sinful life?  Will you desire to be in His presence longer and longer?  Do you desire to stay in His will for increasing periods of time?  Will you seek an accountability partner to ask the hard questions about your lifestyle or sin in your life…daily, weekly or monthly?

I would love to pray with you for this desire in your life, new or old.  Thanks for reading.   

If you were challenged by this article, please send me a comment.  My husband has already sent me quite a few as he read my rough draft.  

Sincerely and

in Christ Name, 

Nek’ka M.

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3 Ways to NOT Worry as a Single Parent

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3 to 6 Ways To NOT Worry

My first three tips for not worrying are

#1. Trust God according to Proverbs 3:5-6, which says, 

5 “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.”

#2 tip is that you are not suppose to worry about tomorrow according to the bible at Matthew 6:34  which says, “Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day [is] the evil thereof.” 

My #3 tip is to ask yourself if all of your needs are met today.  Then reflect on Psalms 23. The very first verse says, “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.” when I Look at Philippians 4:6-7 – “Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.”, I can’t help but think of a fourth tip. 

#4 tip is Be Thankful.  Because after all, 1 Peter 5:7 says,  “Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.” And 2 Timothy 1:7 says, “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” #5 tip is to remember that fear does not come from God.  Personally, I could have fear myself, right now, not knowing where my next client is going to come from and if they will sign up for my services.  So I go back to my own #1 tip to Trust God with all my heart and to acknowledge Him in all my ways. I have to remember and acknowledge that is is God who gives me power to get wealth as it states in Deuteronomy 8:18.  And my situation, my #2 tip to not worry about January’s rent because that is tomorrow’s worry and December’s rent is already paid.  And for #3, all of my needs are met today with gas in my car, food in my cupboards, I have clean clothes and I am in pretty good health even as I get over this cold.   

So if God said he was going to supply all of my needs according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:19), I have to count on that, believe that and not doubt those words.  CAN YOU? 

I love Isaiah 26:3 which says, “Thou wilt keep [him] in perfect peace, [whose] mind [is] stayed [on thee]: because he trusteth in thee.”  Couple that with the new testament verse of Philippians 4:7 which says, “And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”

So #6 tip is to Start Asking. Matthew 7:7 says to, “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:” 

So why are your worrying?   Because it feels so big and almost overwhelming, I would imagine.  I can relate to that.  I have broken out in a rash over worry until the LORD had to tell me to cut it out. 

Have you seen that Bob Newhart video called, “Stop it”?  Check it out at on my Youtube playlist for Motivational videos:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow0lr63y4Mw&list=PL7sD-JVPZtCVxJRbo8LT33SsSXBEuX9v2&index=15&t=7s or 

 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7sD-JVPZtCVxJRbo8LT33SsSXBEuX9v2 

I realize it might not be that simple as in this video.  So I challenge to quote these scriptures to yourself for the next 10 to 30 days by putting your name in the scripture.  Make it personal to you.  Make it a personal prayer for your situation by praying the scriptures of God back to God who said his word would not return void, as it says in Isaiah 55:11  “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.” 

See how you feel after a month of quoting these scriptures. 

If you are a believer in Jesus Christ this is one way to renew your mind to the things of God and to renew your mind from the thinking of the world.  The world has lots of worry and anxiety in it. 

This is Nek’ka Migel and I would be happy to pray for you and your needs.  Because the scripture also talks about the power of 2 or 3 gathered in his name in Matthew 18,  verse20 “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”

Dear Single Parent, I was a single mom for 16 years and my time was not without worry.  I worried so much that I broke out in a rash until the LORD convicted me to story worrying. 

When my income was only about $560 and my rent was $330, I simply worried.  Yet when I started trusting the LORD, he provided for all my needs miraculously every month by the 15th of each month that my income was so low.  I did not have a car and those expenses during that time.  I did have two growing children and there was other debt to be paid.  God was faithful to me and I pray you trust Him to be faithful to you during this time of your life.  If you are on Facebook, check out the Consulting for Single Parents page that also has the individual groups listed for single moms or single dads

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If you are a small business owner and have considered having a Prayer Intercessor for your business like the big corporations do, go to my Facebook page at Chaplains for Businesses

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Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you were encouraged.

My last post was titled:  Would Schools Benefit from Having a Chaplain.  

The scriptures used in this post came from https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Bible-Verses-About-Worry-And-Anxiety/ and https://www.biblegateway.com/

Matthew 6:25-34 – Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body than raiment?   (Read More…)

Philippians 4:6 – Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.

Philippians 4:13 – I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.

Matthew 6:34 – Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day [is] the evil thereof.

Philippians 4:19 – But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.

Psalms 23:1-6 – (A Psalm of David.) The LORD [is] my shepherd; I shall not want.   (Read More…)

John 16:33 – These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

Matthew 6:27 – Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?

Romans 8:28 – And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to [his] purpose.

In Christ Name,

Nek’ka Migel

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Video Resume for Chaplains for Businesses

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This is a Video Resume for being a Prayer Intercessor at Chaplains for Businesses.  

With a Bachelor’s in Business Management and 20 plus years as a Prayer Intercessor, Nek’ka would love to offer Spiritual guidance along as well as prayer with the business owner seeking godly business strategies, wisdom for decisions, upcoming events and even a change in employees. Click here to contact Nek’ka.  Watch the video resume of my experiences and giftings as a prayer intercessor. 

Do you combine prayer with your business? 

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Would Schools Benefit From Having a Chaplain?

Here is an excerpt from an article in Australia.  I found it fascinating how they valued the Chaplain in their school.  Here is an excerpt of the article.  You can read the whole article by going to their webpage.

“One of the big issues raised in the debate over chaplains is the divide between church and state.

“That’s a question that’s beyond just me,” Dr Dreise said.

“I have my own moral ideas around that. But as a principal, it probably comes down to a misconception of what chaplains actually do within a school setting.

“I would debunk the myth completely that chaplains are around for just spiritual growth,” she said.

Dr Dreise says a large part of the chaplain’s job on a daily basis is to listen, support and encourage children.

“Their role is a fairly pastoral care one,” she explained.”

The link to read the whole article is:  http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2014/06/24/4032164.htm 

And while I am praying for Small Business Owners, it is basically the same thing, especially when helping their employees:  

“to listen, support and encourage”.  

I am finishing my training with Stephen Ministry.   You can learn more about Stephen Ministers here, at their website.  Stephen Ministers are trained to come along side ones in crisis.  They are trained to listen very well.

I was also trained to be a prayer leader in The Order of St. Luke the Physician, an ecumenical, international prayer organization, continually teaching about prayer and healing prayer to all who want to learn.  I was also an ordained Convener, leading classes for four years.   You can read about the OSL here at their website

Before I finished teaching and facilitating classes with the Order of St. Luke, I was accepted as a prayer intercessor with the Healing Rooms of Boise, now closed.  I received permission from my current pastor and enjoyed a wonderful time of praying with them for clients and interceding for the evening in the back room, over a two and half year period.  You can view the main webpage for the international headquarters of the Healing Rooms of Spokane here.

Having many years experience of praying for others including business owners, I hope you will consider having a Chaplain for your place or business or group.  The contact page for Chaplains for Businesses is here.  You can also sign up for my newsletter here. To hear a little of my story, watch the video resume of my experience.  

Thanks for reading.  I hope to hear from you soon.   To read my last post, go here.  It was titled, Are you Trustworthy?

In Christ Name,

Nek’ka Migel,

Prayer Intercessor

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