Ibru Ecumenical Centre
Courage, Good Intentions Not Enough To Fight Spiritual Battles
FOR our meditation today, it is important that we put ourselves on notice particularly on issues about spiritual battles, which are not only fought on the altar of courage or good intentions, but are to be won by prayer and trust in the all sufficient grace of Jesus Christ
2000 Years On: Is Christianity Growing Or Shrinking?
It has been over 2000 years, since Jesus Christ who came to point the road to mankind’s salvation. Because of the newness of the teachings He brought, which greatly opposed the existing religious teachings of His time, there was a lot of protest and persecution, which continued even after He departed the earth.
Receive ‘Even Now’ Last Minute Breakthrough
THE Alpha and the Omega God that we serve sometimes RESERVES THE BEST FOR THE LAST. God always concludes a matter WITH THE BEST.
What Do You Want? The Question Every Leader Must Answer
IT is impossible for leadership without a clear sense of what it wants, and the attending will to do it, to be anything but mediocre.
Muoka Cautions Against Excesses During Xmas
AS Christians across the globe make preparations to celebrate Xmas, the General Overseer of the Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Ministries, Worldwide, Pastor Lazarus Muoka, has advised Nigerians, especially Christians not to indulge in things that would endanger their spiritual life, but to anchor their faith in the Almighty God.
Why Grace Expires
MERCY and grace have no value after death. Their value lasts only in this life and if after rapture, you didn’t make it, it will be difficult for you to make it by your own blood. Whoever that dies in sin cannot have the opportunity of repentance again from eternity.
How Ready Are You For Christmas?
WE are presently in the season of advent, a season of expectation for the coming of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. This brings to mind the role played by John the Baptist, the forerunner of Christ, who came to make straight roads in anticipation of the coming of Christ.
The Vessel Of Revival (1)
It is a tragedy for God to look at you and say, “I cannot use you despite all your good activities in church.” There are certain requirements God expects of one before He can make him/her a vessel of revival.
THE ultimate Judgment of God is not only inevitable, but also more imminent than we realise. It will be sudden, unsparing and perfect. Whether we believe it or not, we are going to give account of all that we did here on earth, whether good or bad, righteous or wicked. We will all appear before the One whom God has appointed to judge all — Jesus Christ, the Righteous Judge.