Category: SERMONS

Qualifications for Divine Help, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Qualifications for Divine Help, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

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

Assurance by Glorifying God, by Brother Yomi Sanusi

Assurance by Glorifying God, by Brother Yomi Sanusi

John 14.13-14: “And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If ye shall ask anything in my name, I will do it.”

Whilst reflecting further on John 14.13-14 for this month let us consider the background to God’s claims, promises and assurances to us in those verses of scripture.

At the time of this promise, Jesus had a long relationship, meant to be permanent, with his twelve disciples. They had already spent more than three years together. He had been teaching them, taking care of them and answering their questions. They had no doubt he was the Messiah, The Son of God, The Anointed One, and The Lamb of God that would be slaughtered to take away the sin of the world. But they were yet unsure of all the details. They had no idea exactly how his blood would be shed in atonement for not only their sins but of the world including future generations. History was unfolding before their eyes. Read More

Empowerment for Liberty (Part 2), by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Empowerment for Liberty (Part 2), by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Text : 1 Corithian 12: 5, 27 – 31, Eph 4: 11 – 13.

As we mentioned in part one of this series that, there are three categories of Spiritual gifts which God can empower us with for divine liberty, we shall be treating the last category, which is the Ministry gifts.

The Ministry gifts are the tools God uses to build up the church. It is how God works with what a believer does to serve and meet the need of others.

These gifts are,
The APOSTLES

The PROPHETS

The EVANGELISTS

The PASTORS and

The TEACHERS. Read More

Empowerment For Liberty, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Empowerment For Liberty, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Text : 1 Corinthians 12 vs 4 – 10, Romans 12 vs 3 – 8.

The gift of the Holy Spirit is given by God to an individual so as to give liberty to the individual, the church and the society at large.
First of all, it tends to benefit the recipient, then spills over to the church and then the society as it were.
Prov 18 vs 16 says a man’s gift will make room for him and bringeth him before great men (Access to important people).
As God permits we shall be considering the various gifts of the Holy Spirit that God endowed us with so as to live a life of total liberty from all forms of trials, challenges and such likes, as Jesus Christ did when He came in the human form. Read More

My Help Is On The Way, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

My Help Is On The Way, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Text : Job 14 vs 7-9; Isaiah 55 vs 10-13; John 11 vs 38-40.
In the book of Job, the Bible makes us understand that there is still hope for a tree, even though it be cut down as long as the root is still in the ground, at the scent of water it will bud and bring forth boughs like a plant.

That is no, matter how hopeless your situation may look like at the scent of the word of God which cannot fail, it will bounce back to life again in Jesus name.

The book of Isaiah 55 vs 10-13 establishes that the word of God that goeth forth out of His mouth, cannot return to Him void as it has to accomplish that in which He has sent it. Read More

Who Do We Company With? by Deaconess Adebisi Olobaniyi

Who Do We Company With? by Deaconess Adebisi Olobaniyi

DeacIn Genesis 38:1-30 we are made to understand that Judah left his brethren.

Genesis 38:1 KJV[1] And it came to pass at that time, that Judah went DOWN from his brethren, and turned in to a certain Adullamite, whose name was Hirah.

Judah made friend with Hirah the Adullamite.2 Corinthians 6:14 KJV[14] Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? Read More