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Pastor Taiwo @Sunday Service
God has set before His children an open door which no man can shut. However, if they do not see it through the eye of faith, they will not be able to access it. This was the crux of Pastor Taiwo’s message at the September 10 Sunday service. “God wants you to see His promise for you and claim it because you can only claim what you see,” he said.
Speaking from Revelation 3:7-9; Job 22:29; Isaiah 46:9; 1 Corinthians 15:45 and 2 Peter 1:3-4, he said that Christianity is a speaking life. This, he said, is made possible by the life-giving divine nature which Christians have in Christ Jesus. So, declaring God’s word to counter any negative words spoken to them marks the beginning of their victory. “When they say or do whatever is contrary to what the covenant has perfected for you, you should change it by saying what God says. Speak your way to breakthrough,” he enjoined.
He implored believers to dwell on the word and claim their blessings by speaking what God has already said about them.
Pastor Taiwo’s full messages are available on CDs and DVDs at The Fountain of Life Church Tape Shop.


Pastor Taiwo @Thursday Showers
Dwelling on the theme of the month Supernatural Lifting, Pastor Taiwo at the September 7 Thursday Showers service said that unwavering faith in the word of God, and consistent declaration of those words, is necessary for believers to get the manifestation of the words in their lives. “Be careful what you meditate upon and what you allow into your mind. God expects you to speak against any negative words spoken to you because you are His righteousness in Christ,” he said.
Speaking from Revelation 3:7-9 and Job 22:29, he said that God expects maturity of His children, just as parents expect their children to grow. “When you feel trapped, God expects you to say what you want to see and you can achieve this by saying it like God did,” he stated.
He urged believers from Mark 11:23 to always believe and declare God’s words over their lives. “Anywhere God sees faith, He honours it,” he said.