Scripture: Gen 1.1-2, 28-30, Gen 2.15-18, Eph 2.10, 1Cor 2.8-12, Psalm 139. 7-18, 2 Cor 3.2- 3, John13.35, John 14.15, John 15.26, 2 Tim 3.16, Psalm 119.103, Psalm 19.7-10.
God created the heaven and earth (and by implication everything that would derive from them) achieving everything He did by His Word and through His Spirit. Having purposefully created everything He gave clear instructions for His will regarding His creation. Genesis 1:28 ‘And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.’ The divine purpose was made plain. Read More
Some Christians have the believe that why they do not enjoy the manifestation of God’s divine works in their lives is because they do not have enough faith. While some automatically exclude themselves from such divine works and limit it to ‘biblical times’ some others go on the journey of ‘building up their faith’. However, what they are actually doing is trying to have faith in faith as opposed to faith in God.
FAITH IN FAITH
Having faith in faith is believing that there are acts you independently need to do to increase your faith so as to be a partaker of God’s divine works. Read More
TEXT : 2 TIM 4 vs 7-10.
Accomplishment is something that is successfully carried out, it is the successful achievement of a task. It may interest you to know that not to him that started well has accomplished, but to him, that ends /finish well. Eccl 7 vs 8a. Better is the end of a thing than the beginning thereof.
Your starting matters, but your finishing is the most important.
Looking at the character in our text of this morning, we will see that Paul’s beginning was a doom, as far as the kingdom of God is concerned, but his end was worth emulating. 2 Tim 4 vs 7-8.
While Paul was still alive, by the grace of God he could confidently say that he has totally accomplished and attained. I pray that will be our own testimony in Jesus might name. Read More
Text: Ezekiel 37: 1-10.
Other texts: Psalms 119: 89, Isaiah 40:8, Mark 13: 31, Numbers 23:19, Romans 3: 3-4.
I want to believe that all of us is convinced and not confused that whatever is written in the bible is true and forever settled.
The bible has no editions 1,2,3….it has been constant and it will continue to be.
I serve an unusual God that does unusual things in unusual ways.
Recently I had an unusual encounter with the unusual God and He did some unusual things in my life that I will like to share some with you this morning.
God took prophet Ezekiel in chapter 37 to an open valley full of dry bones and ask him a very “tempting” question which prophet Ezekiel was also diplomatic in answering.
Texts : Psalm 121 vs 1 – 2, Psalm 46 vs 1 – 11, Isaiah 41 vs 10 – 13.
Since we are in our month of divine help, it may be necessary to alert ourselves what we need to do as to be qualified for this divine help. Our God is a God of mercy and loving-kindness, but at the same time, He is also a God of principles and order.
As we have known before now that God loves everybody and that is the reason why Jesus came to die for our sins,but He is not responsible for everybody as it were, He will only take the full responsibility of His children. In line with that, we can say that for you to completely enjoy His help, some responsibilities is expected of you. Read More