Pastor W. F. Kumuyi
9 Aug 2020
Jesus Christ upheld the permanence of God’s Word. He required inward and outward obedience to God’s Word. He, Himself, lived to “fulfil all righteousness” and...
2 Aug 2020
There are many misconceptions about the role of Jesus Christ, especially by religious people. One such misconception is that Jesus came to override the Old Testament scriptures. But nothing could be farther from the truth. He emphatically declared: “Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets.”
28 Jun 2020
The Christian cannot be lawless, under the pretext that he is not a full citizen of the kingdom of this world.
7 Jun 2020
The Bible talks a lot about little things, many of them with great consequences. We have all heard of the little leaven that leavens the whole lump.
26 Apr 2020
Unknown to many people, there are some kinds of questions that naturally provoke God to action. Such questions might intimidate the fearful, but they embolden the faithful...
15 Mar 2020
The Lord Jesus Christ delivers and leads His people out of obstacles into great and multiplied blessings. Joseph’s life and testimony in the Bible reveal that obstacles cannot stop the Christian’s journey
23 Feb 2020
The burning bush that Moses saw, and which was used by God to attract his attention, was not consumed because God was in the bush.
2 Feb 2020
Every sincere seeker and worshipper of God has an expectation of revival. The psalmist’s passionate request or question, “Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee?” reveals that the revival...
22 Dec 2019
Christ, having paid the ultimate price for our redemption, the believer no more has power over his body.
1 Dec 2019
The Lord Jesus Christ was without doubt, the greatest communicator ever. His words were usually simple but sublime. As with the passage, we are reading today, Christ’s statements are not words...
17 Nov 2019
The Lord Jesus Christ wants to make every believer a minister, conqueror and champion. He has set up a five-fold ministry to make the church function adequately and grow.