I Don’t Care

Revelations, Visions and Messages 3

3. Lord, I am sorry I was angry today

For us to become mature Christians, we must get to the place of “I don’t care.” I don’t care will save you from bitterness, anger and revenge. I remember a long time ago,  a boy I knew so well, who was just four years old was being persuaded to fight back nastily against a female bully in his class.

This four year old boy gave so many reasons why he would not do so. He said he would get into trouble with his teacher, but he was still being persuaded to treat his bully the way his bully was treating him – Nasty. Finally, he screamed, I don’t care, I don’t care, it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter! I marvelled at this boys angelic nature.

This boy had super confidence and he was not going to change his nature because of a naughty four year old bully. Does it really matter? It does not matter and it does not matter who is right or wrong – we must stop anger, bitterness, ill-will, revenge and all manner of fighting.

Some people might ask if I am encouraging people to remain silent when bulled. No, I am not . I am simply saying that fighting back tit for tat and fighting dirty and competing with the super bully on who is the “bulliest” and “baddest.” is wrong and encourages revenge and ill-will. By the way I know that there is no word like bulliest and baddest. I am using the word baddest as a slang.

That boy is grown up now and he is a confident boy. That episode of bullying never changed him into a victim.

The key is to teach children and adults the importance of confidence and conflict resolution. Emotional intelligence is a great key to happiness and peace. They must also be taught interpersonal and coping skills. That way, they will not be traumatised. Children must also be encouraged to report bullies because some children are super sensitive and find it difficult to cope.

This post is not about bullying. I told a story to illustrate and emphasise a point. The point is we must try not to care too much about other people’s words and opinions when we do not have power as humans to control or change their behaviours and opinions.

When we care too much we loose power to the nasty. We must look inwards and up to God to be able to cope and react rationally to nastiness.

We must get to a place of complete resilience and mental toughness. I hope I don’t sound like I am boasting, but recently, I have noticed that I am never bothered by what people say to me, say about me, and do to me. I simply don’t care and I say it that I don’t care. I can’t be bothered. I even go out of my way to be nice to people who are nasty to me and I just don’t feel angry at them. I don’t care. However, I make sure I am not intimate with them.


The Lord taught me about the secret and principle of not being intimate with enemies or people who hate me or cause me to sin. I am not saying you should be sleeping with the enemy or wining, dining and dancing with the enemy – that does not fall under not caring, it is silliness. Jesus was never intimate with His enemies and the only enemy He was intimate with betrayed Him and sold Him and that led to His death. However, it had to happen so that the Scriptures would be fulfilled.

I am surprised that I am this way however, it is not by my own power. I spend hours everyday in the presence of God, so God is doing His work in me. He is the one that is sanctifying and purifying me. I just know that I don’t care about a lot of things that people cry and fight over.

Sometime ago, someone made me angry and I went to bed angry. The Lord took me in a trance to the first heaven to covert a human being who belongs to that kingdom in order to make her an Evangelist. I led her into the sinners prayer and I am waiting for her to repent. Everyone I have prayed for in visions, dreams and trances always became true believers.

As we were ascending up into the first heaven to enter into that kingdom, the first thing I said was, “Lord I am sorry I was angry today.” My anger had become a gap in our relationship and my Spirit apologised to the Lord before we could continue with the mission. When I came out of the trance I realised that when Paul advised us never to go to bed angry he was not joking. I realised that if we die with anger in our hearts, it is not good. God wants spotless purity and it is possible. He wants us to constantly put on our white garments. I am not perfect but I have realised that spending time in God’s presence helps to activate His cleansing, sanctifying presence.

May we all get to high levels of mental toughness and emotional intelligence and not care about irrelevant things. May God give us the grace to overlook insults and offences because our offenders are human and we too are human and not perfect.

Fools show their annoyance at once, but the prudent overlook an insult. Proverbs 12:16 NIV

When a fool is annoyed, he quickly lets it be known. Smart people will ignore an insult. Proverbs 12:16 Good news bible

A fool is quick-tempered, but a wise person stays calm when insulted. Proverbs 12:16New Living Translation

A fool’s displeasure is known at once, but whoever ignores an insult is sensible. Proverbs 12:16 Holman Christian Translation



  1. Thanks for that sermon. Very inspiring.

  2. Dayo Termas says:

    Thank you Laura Bon. I learnt a lot from this. My biggest takeaway from this post is the fact that you spend hours with God everyday. It’s inspiring me to do more.

    Also, the sort of emotional intelligence you’ve explained here is what is expected of all God’s children.

    Thank you again.

    • laurabon says:

      Thank you so much Dayo, for your insightful comment. I’m so glad you were inspired. Your observation – spending time in His presence is a very vital key. He gave me two instructions on that:
      1. Child, give me your heart
      2. Child, you must spend time with me
      The more we spend time with Him in bible reading, worship, praise, thanksgiving, prayer and clinging to the good news that we are redeemed, the more He renews us from within by transforming our minds and thoughts. In that place of fellowship, He enables us to see things the ways He sees things and He provides grace.

      So true, that kind of emotional intelligence is what He expects from all His children. I really appreciate your contribution and response, Blessings ❤️

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