TEXT: Gen 41: 36-47
Phenomenal is an adjective that means remarkable, unbelievable, extraordinary or exceptional. It is a choice word when you want to describe something that is highly unusual or exceedingly great. Phenomenal promotion and achievement is God’s reward for those who are wise. You may ask, who are the wise? The Bible says those who are wise fear the Lord (Proverbs 1:7) and as a result, they live a holy life. They obey the word of the Lord, they abstain from sin. Read More
This exhortation is on the compelling and irresistible Jesus Christ, his revelation and the church of God.
Scripture: Matthew 16:16-19, Isaiah 44, Isaiah 9, Isaiah 61, Hebrews 13.8, Mark 13:31, Romans 8.28-32
Already very well known as a most unusual teacher, healer, it was a settled fact that Jesus was an actual modern day miracle worker. An authoritative figure and religious character, he was obsessed with fervently preaching and speaking about the kingdom of heaven. 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.
(How will you repay the generosity of a desperate and jealous lover?)
We continue with our theme for the month of July, The God of all flesh. Here we shall examine a few scriptures that demonstrate God’s love- His jealous love, and what He is intent on doing about it.
(Anchor) Jer 32. 26-27: Then came the word of the Lord unto Jeremiah, saying, Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there anything too hard for me?
The jealousy of God places a requirement of total devotion to him upon us.
The background to God’s rhetorical question posed through Jeremiah demonstrates the desperate attempt of God for His beloved and deliberately chosen, to come to a state of willing spontaneous fellowship. Read More