Have you self-disclosed yet?

Have you self-disclosed yet?

Recently I received an email from my company with the subject line “Have you self-disclosed yet?”. The email encouraged employees to self-disclose their invisible disabilities, so that the company could find them a right fitting job profile.

I am sure at this point you are asking what is invisible disabilities? The email stated that sickness like Hypertension, Heart disease, Diabetes, Anxiety, Phobia, etc are recognised as invisible disabilities.

As I was reading through the long list of invisible disabilities mentioned in the email, immediately the Holy Spirit spoke to me, “be aware, do not declare anything over you”

self disclosed

The Company wanted it’s employees to not only disclose their sickness but identify them by the possible sickness they were going through to provide them with benefits. This is how the enemy works, he will lure you with the things of the world, in exchange of your identity.

Just for a little perk, if we declare sickness as our identity, that sickness will be stuck on us forever.

Jesus took our infirmities and bore our sickness (Mathew 8:17) and Jesus said that He came so that we may have an abundant life (John 10:10); then why try to hang on to that sickness.

Self disclosure is the 1st step to where you can be, and what you truly are.

There is power in what you disclose about your-self. Death and life are in the power of the tongue, And those who love it will eat its fruit (Proverbs 18:21). When we pray and declare God’s word over our lives, we are proclaiming God’s truth.

So what is your self-disclosure?

If you have not self-disclosed  yet, don’t waste any more time. Pick-up verses in the Bible that spoke to you and make your personalised declaration.

Here are 10 powerful declarations to give you a head start: https://soargirls.com/powerful-words/

Sheryl Gadre

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Celebrating WOMANS Day – Who is a Real Woman!!

Celebrating WOMANS Day – Who is a Real Woman!!

Today people are scared to even define a woman. The world fears honouring what God originally designed because of fear of what a few groups of people will say.
But the Bible declares in Proverbs 31:30, “Charm is deceitful and beauty is passing, But a woman who fears the LORD, she shall be praised”

So who is a woman who fears God?

The Bible gives us a peek into the lives of certain women (midwives-Shifra and Puah) who went against the decree of the king for the fear of God. And the Bible says, the Lord blessed them and settled them with households. Wow!!!

Here’s the key: Any young woman who wants to be settled by the Lord Himself, the starting point would be to have the fear of God even to the extent of disobeying the king.


lost time

You must be wondering who is the king in this story ?

Well let me tell you, the king is not your husband or brother or father or mother. But there is a king in all our hearts that rebels the voice of the Lord.

He is a SELF-PROCLAIMED king and uses his WILL to do what he pleases. It is that king that God wants us to go against, to surrender our will and obey His voice.

To all Married Women,

Your marriage will be stronger if you are married to the Lord first and then your husband. For it is the Lord who will give you the strength, wisdom and direction to make a beautiful home and marriage.

To all the Unmarried Women (planning to get married),

You can chose to build your own household or have the Lord himself plant and build your home. Every day surrender to the lover of your soul and do not make peace with the prince of this world. But use your ‘Will’ to lead your heart to the feet of Jesus.

Isn’t it amazing that not one of the 12 disciples of Jesus were given the position nor the platform to be proclaimed along with the Gospel except for the woman who broke the alabaster jar at the feet of Jesus. Jesus said wherever my story will be told she will be part of my story. He allowed His priceless gospel to be shared with a woman who served him with all her substance.


Now that’s what a sinful woman could do to touch the heart of Jesus.

Listen Soar Girls, the Bible says that Solomon was led to other gods by women whom he loved. It can be assumed that woman have a critical characteristic and influence on society that can lead people to God or take them away.

Choose to be that woman who will lead a generation to Jesus by the choices and decisions you make in this life according to the word of God.

Remember, it’s not just the words we speak but the unspoken words that can make our environment weak, crippled and hopeless.
Be a woman of honour “on this woman day’ and speak up for something that’s on Gods heart.

You are blessed and cherished!

The world may call you the weaker sex, but a woman who fears God should be praised for there are such that won wars and got back to life they’re dead.

May the lord Jesus bless you this day and May you be counted as a woman who feared God to disobey the king.

Pastor Derrick D’Souza

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Lost time? God speed is coming to you today!

Lost time? God speed is coming to you today!

Do you look back at any season of your life and regret the time that you lost? Maybe you could’ve served God better in that season, or strengthened your walk with Jesus or invested time in building yourself up?

We know that a moment passed by will never come back. But we serve a God of impossibilities!
And just look at the goodness of our God!

He says in Joel 2:25I will restore the years that the locust has eaten”.

You see, when your time is restored, everything else you lost you can win back.

So, here are 3 keys that will ban you from losing any more time and accelerate you into your breakthrough:

lost time

1.Waiting in the right manner

Some of us have lost time because our  is all wrong! Can we stop waiting for that which God has already provided through Jesus? If God has provided healing why are you still sitting with sickness waiting for God to heal you? Go! Take it by force!

And can we stop waiting for what God has not provided? Girl, can you stop waiting for your unbeliever boyfriend to change, when God has clearly said in His Word that light cannot be mixed with darkness?

What is the right way to wait then?

The Bible says in Psalm 119:49, Remember the Word to your servant, Upon which you have caused me to hope.

Waiting on the Lord has to be based on a promise – written and spoken. And that promise has to be ‘to you’.

Waiting comes after you have sought the Lord, asked Him, and knocked on His door.

The Bible says, But those who wait for the LORD [who expect, look for, and hope in Him] Will gain new strength and renew their power; They will lift up their wings [and rise up close to God] like eagles [rising toward the sun]; They will run and not become weary, They will walk and not grow tired. Isaiah 40:31.

Waiting on the Lord = Trusting on God

No other waiting upon anyone will renew you. Your waiting has to be mixed with a promise of God. This waiting will refine you, make your journey easy, at the end of it you will be renewed.

Look at Abraham. Even when there was no reason for hope, Abraham, against all hope, in hope kept believing on the promise that God gave him that he would become the father of many nations.

2.Your association

When God is on a move, when the water is being stirred, you can save time, by just aligning yourself to the instruction.

So, when you see a move of God happening, just jump into it.

And just by your aligning yourself to what God is doing, things will begin to shift in your life. All you got to do is connect and by your connection, things will begin to move in your life.

3. Become One with the Word

Spending time with Word looks boring, but it can bring your lost time back. When you are filled with the word, the devil knows that he is wasting time with you.

Hmmm… or maybe you’ve been a Christian for long and you are a people of the word yet it’s not working?

The Bible says in Romans 10:8,9

The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart” (that is, the word of faith which we preach): 9 that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved

So even though Word is near you, its in your mouth yet it has not reached your heart and so your confession changes when you’re alone. When a crisis comes, it reveals the word which is in our heart.

Girls, Let’s turn the tables today!

As understanding comes to you today, your lost time restored. If there’s anybody who is losing time it’s not you! If there’s anybody whose time is getting wasted it is not you but the devil!

And he better back off!

Because you carry the word of God in your heart and the sword of the word in your mouth and you shall rip apart every attack of the enemy that comes to steal you time. You shall be different in your generation doing great and mighty exploits for Jesus.

This word is giving you a head start today! Believe and receive it!

Watch full video: Click on the image below


God Speed


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Abused As a Child, But I Had a Choice (Powerful Story)

Abused As a Child, But I Had a Choice (Powerful Story)

Where is God when it hurts?” Read this title in a book I saw several years ago in a bookstore. It reminded me that many of us may have had the same question at some point in our lives. We may have asked, ‘Lord, where were You when I was hurting?’ We may have wondered, ‘Jesus, why did You let this happen to me?’

I also asked these questions for almost 8 years of my life every single day without fail! The reason? Well, as an 8-year-old, I got molested. This incident left a deep scar that I would carry into my teens. It opened doors for the devil’s lies to creep into my heart.

Feelings of deep shame and unworthiness tormented me to the extent that all I wanted to do was just exist. I disliked myself and wished to be someone else. To escape these feelings, I created a fantasy world and lived in it because the reality felt painful to deal with.

Powerful Story

As time went by, slowly, I shoved this incident at the back of my mind and didn’t think about it. Later in college, a friend introduced me to a church. For the first time in my life, I felt drawn to Jesus like never before.

My friend was recently born again and often shared her experience with me. This was very new to me and created a deep hunger in me to pursue Jesus. I began to attend church regularly.

During a prayer meeting, as I was worshipping, Jesus suddenly brought this old incident to my mind. I asked Him why He was reminding me about it. I told Him, reminding me about it felt like rubbing salt in my wound. After all these years, the pain and the sorrow still remained in my heart even though I wanted to completely forget about it.

As I stood praying, suddenly, I felt the Lord’s heart for my 8-year-old self. He made me feel His pain at what happened to me. He told me it pained His heart much more than it pained mine. He wept much more for me than I wept over it. I broke down; His words brought the comfort and healing my heart needed but never received.

In just one encounter, Jesus healed my heart. I had forgotten about the questions I used to ask him every day for 8 years, but He never forgot and not only answered me but brought healing and deliverance too.

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Jesus gave me His eyes to see myself and told me that I’m fearfully and wonderfully made. I stopped disliking myself and wishing to be someone else. My self-esteem went through the roof when He highlighted Psalm 139:13-18 to me.

Psalm 139:13-18

For You formed my inward parts;
You covered me in my mother’s womb.
I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
Marvelous are Your works,
And that my soul knows very well.
My frame was not hidden from You,
When I was made in secret,
And skillfully wrought in the lowest parts of the earth.
Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed.
And in Your book they all were written,
The days fashioned for me,
When as yet there were none of them.
How precious also are Your thoughts to me, O God!
How great is the sum of them!
If I should count them, they would be more in number than the sand;
When I awake, I am still with You.

I had a choice

The enemy planned to attack me, but the Lord set me free and blessed me in the very areas I was attacked in. I realised that I had a choice, “Do I want to dwell in the past and feel sorry for myself or look up to Jesus and enjoy His blessings?” I chose the latter.
There was a time when I just wanted to exist and felt left behind even as the world passed me by. But the Lord lifted me up, opened my mind, and gave me wisdom and intelligence. I began to do well in my studies, and God blessed me with godly friends. I felt the unconditional love and acceptance of God.

Jeremiah 29:11

“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope”

At last, my life found its true purpose and meaning in Christ Jesus. Since then, I have never looked back. He completely turned my life around and filled my heart with joy!

A Soar Girl

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Girl, where is your focus?

Girl, where is your focus?

We live in a generation that struggles to focus. Don’t believe me? Look around you. There’s distraction everywhere. Ask someone to give you their undivided attention for 5 minutes, and you’ll see how in a minute, their mind starts wandering; in 2 minutes, their phone starts ringing, and before you know it, you’ve already lost their attention.

But little do we realise that our lack of focus is costing us.

Still don’t believe me? Then, you need to hear this


Recently, I was waiting for a train to head to work. As there was still a few minutes for the train to arrive, I decided just to check my phone. I kid you not! The train came and passed by, and I did not even realise it. It was only when I lifted my eyes off the phone to see the indicator that I realised that I had missed the train and would have to wait for half an hour for the next train. Hoping to still make it to work on time, I headed to the next station to catch another train. But guess what? I waited and waited, only to find out that every other train was delayed that day. So, I had to turn back and return home as there was no way I could make it to work.

While I was walking back home, extremely disappointed at my foolishness, the Holy Spirit whispered to me gently, saying, “You know, this Christian life is about continual and constant focus. And you can’t afford to be distracted even for a second.”

I realised how costly entertaining just a minute of distraction can be.

This is what I learnt through this experience-

Loss of focus = loss of time

Just a minute of distraction caused me to lose 1 hour of my time. I lost 1 hour of energy. 1 hour of effort. 1 hour of purpose. Not to mention the condemnation I had to fight while heading back home.

Now think, the enemy can plant one distraction, and if you and I take that bait, it could cause us to lose years. It can keep us going around the same mountain. It can cause us to miss the train God has for us.

Loss of focus = loss of opportunity

There is an opportune time for everything. And there is a grace for everything. And it is important that we steward that grace; otherwise, we end up wasting it.

The Bible says in Luke 9:51, “Now it came to pass, when the time had come for Him to be received up, that He steadfastly set His face to go to Jerusalem,”

You see, even Jesus moved when the time had come, i.e., at the opportune time. And Jesus set His face on the journey He was called for. So much so that later on, when the Samaritans didn’t welcome Him, it didn’t even bother Jesus. He was able to blur out the noise and continue walking. (Luke 9:53)

Again, have you heard of the woman with the issue of blood? Oh, she was a woman of focus!

How is that?

She knew the goal, and she knew what was at stake. Even in a crowd that was pressing against Jesus, she was able to blur the multitude, blur the noise, blur the commotion, and trace a path through it all to reach the hem of Jesus’ garment. Imagine if she was distracted even for a second; imagine if she met someone on the way and decided to engage in a conversation. She would’ve lost her breakthrough. But no! She was focused. And how was that possible? She kept reminding herself of the goal. (Mark 5:28)

We’re on a journey!

Hey, daughter of God, you and I are called on a journey. Today, let this post remind us that we can’t afford to lose the constant touch of the Holy Spirit, even for a second. And we definitely can’t afford to entertain distractions or live a compromised life saying, “oh, it’s just one movie”, or “it’s just one message”, or “it’s just one call, let me try it, and I’ll be right back on the Christian train seeking God.”

It doesn’t work like that.

David, whose one desire was to behold the beauty of the Lord (Psalm 27:4), when he decided to entertain a distraction and shifted his focus to behold the beauty of a woman (2 Samuel 11:2), ended up displeasing God, killing a man and bringing adversity on his whole household.

So wise daughters, let’s realign our focus today.

Let’s not miss the train God has for us. Let our focus be on the word. Let our gaze be on Jesus. And let us blur out the distractions planted by the enemy to steal our time. And let us set our face on the journey, continually reminding ourselves what we are here for and what is at stake.


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