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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

The Word of God – The Cure To Dry Bones (These Bones Shall Live Again!), by Brother Chibuzor Kama

The Word of God – The Cure To Dry Bones (These Bones Shall Live Again!), by Brother Chibuzor Kama

Before we go ahead I will want us to establish some basic facts I discovered during my study. The basic scripture –text for the message is Ezekiel 37 with emphasis on verse 3 even though the reading started from verse 1 through to 10.

The reason for this is when studying a particular scriptural text, it is always wise to understand the previous/preceding texts involved; this action is required for better understanding. So let us get into it. Read More

Spiritual Eagles (3), by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Spiritual Eagles (3), by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

TEXT: EXO 19 vs 4; DEUT 1 vs 31; DEUT 33 vs 27.
Eagles are very selfless in service. Selfless service to God and humanity is a quality that will guarantee fulfilment, which invariably makes our world peaceful, sustainable and a better place.

Service to God brings blessings and remove sickness, unfruitfulness and provide longevity of life as promised in Exo 23 vs 25- 26.

The integrity of an Eagle,1 cor 4 vs 2. Read More

Grace, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Grace, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi

Grace can be defined as unmerited divine assistance given to humans; it is a virtuecoming from God.

It can also be defined as unmerited favour, God’s free action for the benefit of His people.

John 1 vs 16 – 17, 2 Cor 9 vs 8 – 10, 2 Cor 4 vs 8 – 9.

But it may be good to know that before grace to be in operation, willingness comes first, and in most cases the willingness is the seed.

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Be Watchful, by Deaconess Tinkuma Edafioghor

Be Watchful, by Deaconess Tinkuma Edafioghor

Text: Matthew 26: 31-47

What does it mean to watch?
To watch means to be vigilant, be alert, be on your guard, take heed. The Hebrew word translated watch means to have the alertness of a guard at night.

Why should we watch?
To avoid yielding to temptation – Jesus said watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation. The spirit indeed is willing but the flesh is weak (Mathew 26:41). The weakness of our flesh does not prevent temptations from coming our way. Read More