Pastor Taiwo @ Sunday Services
Your redemption has been sealed and made possible by the precious blood of Jesus who is the spotless Lamb of God. You are therefore privileged. These were the words of Pastor Taiwo at the November 26 Sunday services as he spoke on the efficacy of the blood of Jesus. “The precious blood of Jesus is more valuable than anything in life and it is the only answer to every problem,” he said. (more…)
Speaking from Zephaniah 3:19 which is the promise for the week, Pastor Nomthi at the November 26 Sunday service said that God’s children have been given the right to possess their Promised Land because God has removed every obstacle on their way. “Those who plan your shame will sing your praises, because this is your time of restoration,” she stated.
According to her, God always glorifies Himself in the lives of His children and singles them out for His glory. She therefore urged them to trust God for their blessings because He will do it.
“Leave no room for doubt; this is your time. He has given His promise to you, and it will definitely come to pass,” she said.
Zephaniah 3:19; Revelations 3:7-8; Jeremiah 33:3
Still with an attitude of gratitude and a heart full of joy as we enter the last month of the year, let us use these scriptures to pray for:
1) Nigeria, her leaders and her people
2) The Church in Nigeria and the world at large
3) Ourselves and our families.
Prayer time remains 11.45pm – 12.15am till the end of the year.
Psalm 92:1-15; Colossians 3:15-17; John 16:24
With a heart full of gratitude, use these scriptures to pray for:
1) Nigeria and her leaders
2) The Church and her leaders
3) Yourself and your family.
*Please be reminded that prayer time is 11.45pm – 12.15am till the end of the year.
1. Matthew 7:7-8
Taking the promise for the week from John 16:24, Pastor Nomthi encouraged the congregation at the November 19 Thanksgiving service to keep asking from God so that their joy might be full. She illustrated with an incident during a family holiday. On entering an elevator which was to take them to the floor of their hotel room, another man who was in there pressed the button to his own floor. Her son who was supposed to press the button to their own floor decided not press their floor number thinking whatever number the man pressed would take them to their own floor.
Pastor Nomthi likened each floor of that building to each person’s purpose in life. “Everyone has their own floor (purpose to fulfil). Just as you cannot follow another person to their floor, you can’t go chasing after other people’s purpose,” she said.
She therefore urged the congregation to keep asking and keep pressing for themselves so that their joy might be full.
Pastor Taiwo @ Sunday Service
Making thankfulness a habit is a Kingdom requirement. It is natural for man to make complaining a habit, but when the Word of God dwells richly in you, by the help of the Holy Spirit, you will make thankfulness a habit. These were the words of Pastor Taiwo to the congregation at the November 19 Thanksgiving service. (more…)
While exhorting the congregation at the November 12 Sunday service from the promise of the week which was taken from Matthew 7:7-8, Pastor Nomthi said that believers have a duty to seek in order to find; ask in order to receive and knock in order for the door to be opened to them. (more…)
Pastor Taiwo @ Sunday Services
Using the account of Abraham’s fight against the nations who captured his nephew, Lot, recorded in Genesis 14:14-24, as well as David’s fight against the Amalekites recorded in 1 Samuel 30:17-20 as illustrations, Pastor Taiwo at the November 12 Sunday service said that God has a way of delivering His own from the enemy and giving them total recovery. “God’s covenant is sure with His children no matter what,” he said. (more…)