Faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the word of God.
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Sun, Mar 31, 2019
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In the message of last Sunday, the Lord directed us to the ants to learn valuable lessons of Team work, striving for competence, diligence and practice of delayed gratification. All these lessons were meant to make us wise and help us receive insights that will elevate and launch us into greatness in life. In the text, lazy or slothful people were being advised to stop their laziness which would no doubt lead to poverty and demotion in life. Instead, they should tow the path that will lead to their greatness as they learn from the ants. We see clearly in our text that slothfulness is a great enemy of elevation. What then is slothfulness? What are the consequences of being slothful? Let’s go back to our text.
Sun, Dec 16, 2018
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20 mins 3 secs
The Bible is full of symbols and to fully understand them, there is the need to pay attention to these symbols. These include: symbolic actions, symbolic words, symbolic places, symbolic events, and symbolic personalities or characters. Since this is Christmas, when we remember and celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, one of the prominent symbolic places I feel strongly that we need to pay attention to is the Manger.
Sun, Oct 21, 2018
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59 mins 9 secs
As the year draws to a close and we begin to seek the face of God on what will be our theme for 2019, God still wants us to look at our theme for this year from another perspective. Truly, 2018 has been our year of complete freedom in Christ. Each and every one of us has experienced freedom in many areas of our lives. However, it is not enough to have experienced freedom in Christ; He also desires that we become agents of freedom. That is, becoming instruments of freedom in the hand of our God to bring about the liberation of others from bondage of sin, sickness, pain, poverty, emotional disorder and other limitations that have held them bound. Our text gives us insight on how to do this. In our text, three important issues could be identified, the crippled man, his environment or location and John and Peter, whom the Lord used to set the man free and bring about his healing. Let’s look closely at each of these three things.
Sun, May 27, 2018
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32 mins 34 secs
Some people have defined Education as a process by which a particular society transmit the worthwhile aspect of its culture to other generations. Any society that fails in transmitting its culture from one generation to another is bound to fail and probably go into extinction. This process of transmitting or passing on from one generation to another is similar to what goes on in a relay race where an athlete is expected to pass on the baton to the next athlete until the last athlete reaches the finishing line.
Sun, Apr 08, 2018
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44 mins 23 secs
Test or examination is a process or exercise designed to determine the quality or ability of a person or thing. Human beings are used to various forms of tests or examinations. They go for various tests such as medical, pregnancy, paternity, academic and so on. They even conduct tests for their vehicles. Unfortunately, the most important test- self-test or self-examination is often neglected and disregarded.
Sun, Aug 20, 2017
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48 mins 37 secs
Sun, Dec 11, 2016
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34 mins 10 secs
Christmas is a unique festive season. One of its unique features is exchange of gifts. Amazingly, God initiated this feature by giving mankind the gift of His only begotten son, Jesus Christ. According to dictionary definition, gift is something given willingly to someone without payment. While a giver gives a gift, a receiver is expected to receive the gift in other to appropriate and enjoy its full benefits. However, not all gifts are beneficial to a receiver and not all gifts should be accepted. This is unlike God and His gift. Many and valuable are the gifts which we have received from Him, but of them all, there is none so valuable as the gift of His Son, the gift above all other gifts. No wonder, out text describes it as an unspeakable (indescribable) gift. Why is God’s gift described as unspeakable? What does this mean? A closer look at our passage and other passages of the scripture shed light on this and reveal some uniqueness of God’s gift.
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