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When you look at the Bible, the phrase, “the Lord’s Servant/the Servant of the Lord is used for some specific persons.
Nothing makes a man stand out in life like favour. Favour makes a man to excel in all things. Esther was promoted from being a slave girl to a queen because of favour..
Today, many of us God’s children have lost the power God gave to us. Some lost theirs to sin, some to over activity, neglect, depending on the energy of the flesh, native wisdom and so on.
The story of the axe head that floated on water is one of the Old Testament miracles that continue to rattle the rational minds of unbelievers, especially those who only believe in Science...
Some weeks, back having preached on the topic: “Running Well, Finishing Strong” from the passage above, the phrase “The Crown of Righteousness” continued to ring in my heart and today..
Many a time when we consider today’s passage, (the popular story of the rich man and Lazarus), we see the story of a rich man and a poor man. Possibly because the passage itself in verses 19-20 began with the description ....
There are times one wonders whether there can be rest at all, talk less of rest on all sides. But our today’s passage shows that God can give us rest from trouble and give us rest from every side.
The Lord is our Shepherd. This is truth the Psalmist revealed to us in Psalm 23:1. If the Lord is our Shepherd, then we are the sheep of His Pasture; those of us that have committed our lives into His able hands/care.
A few weeks back, the Lord spoke to us all on the need to repent. The topic was “ALL MEN EVERYWHERE” making it clear that all of us are called to repentance.
Just last Friday, I celebrated my 50th birthday, the first time I had ever really celebrated a birthday. The first birthday my mother celebrated for me was when I was seven, and it was while she was a student...
27 Dec 2020
The parable of the 10 virgins is one of the popular parables of Jesus. In this parable of the Kingdom of Heaven, the 10 virgins were contrasted/divided into two, according to their characters...