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24 Jan 2016
GOD has promised His children great things this year. But He cannot fully bless you, if you persist in your sinful and indulgent lifestyle.
24 Jan 2016
IT is an established fact that Christianity and persecution cannot be divorced. These two objectives have become indivisible in such a manner that wherever one is noticed, the other is very much around.
24 Jan 2016
While canvassing for reelection in 2015, former President Goodluck Jonathan went to many churches, where he solicited for prayers.
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24 Jan 2016
WHEN hard times come, we need more than just intelligence, the skills of the technocrats and qualitative managements to sail through.
24 Jan 2016
THE high places of life represent the platform of Power and Authority, where High Profile decisions are made. Major decisions affecting the populace are usually taken within the confines of high places.
24 Jan 2016
CHRISTIANS are pilgrims. Pilgrims never stop moving. It can be long, lonely journey. You need God. With Him on your side, you will arrive.
17 Jan 2016
MEMBERS of the Glorious inter-denominational choir, recently gathered at the Yaba College of Technology Alumni Hall to mark the 10th anniversary of the choir and its fourth yearly concert, themed: “Triumphed Gloriously.” Dressed in matching blue choir gowns and caps, they all sang to the glory of God. Delivering his opening address, Engr. Tom Edet…
LAGOS-CHURCH
17 Jan 2016
THE Rt. Revd. Dr. Owen Nwokolo, Bishop, Diocese On the Niger, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Anambra State, recently, dedicated one of its ultra modern and air-conditioned churches — St. Thomas’ Anglican Parish at Okuzu village in Oba community, Idemili South LGA, Anambra State. Ven. Chidi Nwadike, Archdeacon of Oba Archdeaconry, Ven. John Nkwoemezie, Diocesan…
17 Jan 2016
MODERN civilisation is the product of man’s continuous striving to meet dire needs and solve problems. Primitive men forged bows and arrows, tamed oxen and horses, and invented hoes and cutlasses to solve the problems of security, transportation and food. Even languages were invented in a bid to solve challenges in communication and commerce. Inventions…
17 Jan 2016
THE Life Application Study insists that Pharaoh was afraid the Israelites were becoming so numerous that they would organise and threaten his kingdom. So, he made them slaves and oppressed them to kill their spirit and stop their growth. Slavery was an ancient practice used by almost all nations to engage conquered people and other…
17 Jan 2016
THE Bible records that soon after the birth of Jesus Christ, men who studied the stars came from the East to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the baby born to be the king of the Jews? We saw His star when it came up in the East, and we have come to worship Him.” On…
ATILADE
17 Jan 2016
IS CAN living up to its objectives? CAN is achieving the purpose for which it was set up. It is doing everything to preserve Christian unity, but not every Christian can agree with that. Like every other organisation, it has its strong and weak points. What is important, however, is that God has made His…

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