It’s unsafe to observe congregational worship now, religious leaders warn
Even though the Federal Government has relaxed the lockdown occasioned by the Coronavirus pandemic, the religious sector is not included. The ban prohibiting churches/mosques from reopening and undertaking
Worshippers shun coronavirus scare, attend services in large numbers
Despite the panic that greeted the news of the index case of coronavirus in Nigeria on Friday, it was business as usual yesterday in most worship centres across Lagos State
God: Our all-satisfying Being
God is our all-satisfying LORD. All our needs and aspirations find fulfillment in Him. We must realise that from Him alone comes all our blessings and fruit in this New Year and Decade. Hosea 14:8 states, “The people of Israel will have nothing more to do with idols; I will answer their prayers and take…
Acceptable worship - Part 1
Have you ever considered that there is a possibility of us ‘sacrificing’ to the Lord without ever ‘sacrificing’ anything really to Him? Do you really know that God has the exclusive right to accept or reject a sacrifice of worship? Sacrifice can be in the form of time, effort, talent, materials, praise or money. The…
Advent: Reforming our attitude to worship
When we meet in Church, is it just a mere gathering? Is it just to observe a tradition of getting together once a week, and to go through some routine motions whereby we act certain roles? Does it matter to us whether Heaven is paying attention? Do we care if God is expressing any approval…
Why worship? - Part 2
Worship involves our emotions, passion, sacrifice and loyalty. Where these are not given to God, they are misdirected after false gods and images. Just as there is genuine worship, there is also false worship.
Worship - Part 1
Worship is so central to every religion, especially the Christian faith. It is at the very heart of our faith. Worship is the means by which we relate to God.