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Pastor Tosin Sowemimo @ Sunday first service

Pastor Tosin Sowemimo has reminded Christians that they belong to God and to a covenant. She said this while sharing with the congregation at the July 9 First Sunday service held at The Fountain of Life Church Headquarters in Ilupeju, Lagos.

Reading from the Book of 1st Samuel (18:1-4; 20:16–17), Pastor Sowemimo told her listeners that every blessing that came to Mephiboseth was a result of the covenant between David and Jonathan. She explained that Mephiboseth was found in a place of no hope for progress, and that there was no place where he prayed that God should save him but for the covenant between David and Jonathan that restored all that was lost.

She said, “The covenant is full, complete, total, and overflowing. You must always remember that you belong to a covenant. Remember, with God, there is no favourite, so fear not!”

Pastor Tosin Sowemimo continued to read from 1st Corinthians 11:25, Hebrews 8:6, 2nd Timothy 2:19, and Deuteronomy 6:4 and 15, and she further reminded everyone that though the days are evil, they live in a covenant and that there is power in a covenant that must be activated because everything needed as a believer is in God’s covenant.

“You live in a covenant; your life is hidden in a covenant; everything in man can fail, but the fear of God cannot fail.”

She pointed out that if a human covenant between David and Jonathan could deliver such restoration, how much more God’s? “Always celebrate the covenant; the Lord wants us to wake up to the reality of His covenant. Jesus Christ is the mediator of the covenant,” she stated.

Pastor Sowemimo emphasised that the covenant will always have the final word and that no covenant is ever one-way but two-way. She went further to say that every Christian is answerable to God and can’t afford to live carelessly.

“We cannot feel comfortable with sin; the world will always suggest things, but we have the power to say no; don’t write yourself off; don’t think it is over; tap into that covenant daily and let that covenant speak and take its rightful place,” she said.

She encouraged everyone to depart from what is not of the Lord and embrace a life of holiness because the Holy Spirit is always available, and she further advised them not to be deceived by the wiles of the enemy.

In conclusion, she further encouraged the congregation not to bring harm to brothers and sisters in the covenant, as God frowns at it.

The full message is available on the Church’s Youtube channel, The Fountain TV) and TOM TV (Taiwo Odukoya Ministry) https://www.youtube.com/live/QaDeH-bRNrs?feature=share It is also available on CDs and DVDs at The Fountain of Life Church Digital Media Store.


Pastor Tolu Odukoya-Ijogun @ Sunday second service

As a Christian, there are things you are doing today that your generations yet unborn will reap from. These were the words of Pastor Tolu Odukoya-Ijogun at the July 9 Sunday second service as she spoke on the repercussions of believers’ actions on them as well as their generations.

Legacies, according to the minister of God, are something passed on whether people are aware of it or not, adding that God is interested in legacies. “The truth about legacy is that it is happening whether you are aware of it or not, and more importantly, God is also interested in it,” she noted.

Speaking from Psalm 145:4 and Genesis 12:1–5, the clergy noted that God is very big and concerned about what believers pass on to their children and people around them as it pertains to the kingdom. Using the accounts of Abraham, David, Joseph, and other biblical patriarchs as examples, she noted that God is big on legacies. “God doesn’t deal with His people on a situational basis but on a generational basis. To God, legacy is a continuum,” she said.

She continued to use the account of God’s demand for Abraham to sacrifice Isaac as recorded in Genesis 22:1–18 to say that God always creates opportunities for promise carriers in order to bring forth those blessings and unlock the things He has said about generational blessings. “When there is an opportunity, there must be instruction, and there must be obedience,” she said.

She continued, “God created an opportunity for Abraham where He tested him to sacrifice Isaac, and Abraham obeyed, and then God unlocked the generational blessings for him. So, Abraham’s offspring and generations already became blessed even before they were born.”

Linking this with purpose, the clergy noted that once someone gives their life to Christ and becomes born again, that person has entered into purpose, adding that there is no creation without a creator, and everything created was created for a purpose. “The day you are connected with Jesus Christ, that is the day you start to walk in your purpose; and the more of Him you know and understand, the more of yourself you know,” she said.

She therefore urged her listeners while reading from 2 Samuel 7:8–13 to continue to get deeper in God’s Word and intimate fellowship with the Holy Spirit, as that is when they understand the purpose of their creation and walk therein.

The full message is available on the Church’s Youtube channel, The Fountain TV) and TOM TV (Taiwo Odukoya Ministry) https://www.youtube.com/live/xGZTFMpvNxU?feature=share   It is also available on CDs and DVDs at The Fountain of Life Church Digital Media Store.



Pastor Tunde Malaolu @ Thursday Showers

God has ordained that man can only function in His presence, and if you are out of His presence, you are out of the presence of His Holy Spirit, and that means you are out of alignment. These were the words of Pastor Tunde Malaolu, presiding pastor of The Fountain of Life Church, Worship Tabernacle Parish, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos.

He said this while addressing the congregation at the July 6 Thursday Showers service, where he titled his message, The Sweet Fellowship of the Holy Spirit.

Reading from 2 Corinthians 13:14, he noted that the three elements a believer must not take for granted are the Grace, the Love and the Sweet Fellowship of the Holy Spirit. He said that a believer is limited if, in all their walks of life, they fail to have discernment. “When the Spirit of God is at work in you, you will know what to do per time,” he said.

He also said that it is one thing for a believer to have the Spirit of God in them and another thing to allow the Spirit to work in them and through them. In his words, “If you don’t give Him space and you don’t allow Him, you cannot find full expression in those areas.” He therefore urged believers to check their lives and areas where they may be having challenges; they could be lacking in alignment with the Spirit of God.

Reading also from 1 Chronicles 15:13, the clergy went further to say that there is an order in how believers ought to be in God’s presence; if it weren’t so, the Bible wouldn’t have said people do pray amiss. According to him, one of the orders is holiness, as stated in 2 Timothy 2:19.

Pastor Malaolu further stated that one cannot talk about the power of God without talking about the Christian’s responsibility to access the power and his responsibility to the One dispensing the power. According to him, “You have the responsibility to honour the Holy Spirit and the responsibility to allow His Spirit to work in you.”

Taking another scripture from Jeremiah 29:13, he urged his listeners to spend more of their time seeking God and less time on social media. “The truth is, we will make time for what we love; if you truly love God, you will make time for His presence,” he said.

The full message is available on the Church’s Youtube channel, The Fountain TV) and TOM TV (Taiwo Odukoya Ministry) https://www.youtube.com/live/xGZTFMpvNxU?feature=share   It is also available on CDs and DVDs at The Fountain of Life Church Digital Media Store.