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About The Church

Our History

Christ Revealing Church, an arm of The Exalted Christ Ministries began in a living room at the Staff Quarters of Asokoro District
Hospital, Asokoro, Abuja – Nigeria on the 1st of April, 2012 with just 3 people in attendance….


Church Mission

  • We teach and train believers to understand and be established in who they are, what they have and what they can do in Christ.
  • We emphasize a strong atmosphere of New Testament worship where Christ is the focus and impossibilities become possible.

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Communicate the Word
Attend to needs
Reach the world
Empower by the Spirit


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Our Pastor

Adedayo Ponnle is a teacher of The Word whose passion is to see Christians walk in the reality of the revelation of eternal life in them. He believes the knowledge of the person and the finished work of Christ is the main ingredient for victorious living. He has served in different capacities ranging from being a worker in various departments to Assistant Pastor in other local churches for more than two decades. He serves the Lord Jesus and the CRC Family as a pastor.

He is happily married to Omotola who is also a minister of the Gospel. They are blessed with a lovely daughter.




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The word of God is sufficient for the spiritual development of every believer.

To doubt the sufficiency of God's word is actually to doubt God's capacity to bring forth the new man in Christ. James 1:18 says “of His own will begat He us by the word of truth that we should be a kind of a first fruit of His creatures.”

So the word of truth gave birth to the new man in Christ. Hence, the new man in Christ is an offspring of the word. That stands to reason that the sustenance of this new man will be in accordance with the word by which He was born.

The word is sufficient for the believer and he must learn to see himself as a product/offspring of the word and as well understand that his growth is tied to the same reality. So the word is sufficient for his spiritual growth, it is sufficient also for his existence as a believer even here on earth. His being here is not outside the word of God. So he does not do the word in church and do something else in other places. Hence, it is okay to say that it is by the word that he conducts his life because his conducts must of necessity be within the purview of the written word of God.

So it is not about just singing the word, learning the word and being taught the word only to do something else afterwards because the totality of our existence is tied to the Word

Receive this understanding and much more from Pastor Adedayo Ponnle's seven part audio teaching series titled AUXANO available for free download on

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When we boldly proclaim and acclaim that there is absolutely nothing that the believer will ever need that has not been abundantly supplied to him in Christ, some people think we are besides ourselves (this is a polite way of saying someone is mad).
But here it is “That the communication of thy faith may become effectual by the acknowledging of every good thing which is in you in Christ Jesus” (Phil. 6) These words are as valid today as when they were originally written. The communication of our faith becomes more and more effective as we acknowledge or recognise every good thing in us in Christ Jesus. “I have it all in Christ” mindset breeds confident believers. It’s no wonder that most of the prayers in the epistles particularly the ones written by Apostle Paul centred around knowledge, knowing what has been generously given to the believer in Christ . We ought not to pray to have, rather we should pray to know what we have.

Of note among his prayers was the one prayed for the church at Ephesus “That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of him: The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints” (Eph. 1:17-18). He prayed for them to know or see the inheritance within them. He did not pray for them to have, he prayed that they might see what they already had! This is interesting. If only we would change our prayer points in many of our Prayer meetings today, we would be better of in our Christian walk. Instead of praying to get, we would be praying to see what we own in Christ. God has deposited all of Himself in Christ, and the believer is in Christ. “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. And all things are of God..” (2 Cor. 5:17-18a). The term “in Christ” is the summary of all God is and what He accomplished from Jesus’ death on the cross to His ascension into the Heavenlies. Thus, “in Christ” is not a catchy phrase or a slang, it is the signature of God, it is His stamp of approval or ownership. Whatever bears “in Christ” bears all of God just as my signature carries the weight of my approval and assent. So Paul says “If any man be in Christ...” That’s all is required to have all that pertains to God. “In Christ” is equal to “in God” and everything in Him. Vs 18 says all these things that the man in Christ becomes are of God.

In another letter, Apostle Paul says the same truth another way “I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me” (Gal. 2:20). Other translations of this verse say “Christ took me to the cross with Him, and I died there with Him” (Laubach) “I have been crucified with Christ. Now it is not my old self, but Christ Himself who lives in me” (Noli). In the light of this statement, “in Christ” will also mean “Christ lives in me” God has put all of Himself in Christ and consequently placed all of Christ in us. Is it not okay to agree with the statement made by some believers of old: “He who has Christ has everything”? This is absolutely true.
Now, let’s look further at what Apostle Paul says in the conclusion of his first prayer for the church at Ephesus “And hath put all things under his feet, and gave him to be the head over all things to the church, Which is his body, the fulness of him that filleth all in all” (Eph. 1:22-23). He says God has put all things under Jesus’ feet and made Him head over all things to the church which is His body...All things under His feet would mean those things are under our feet because we are His body, the church. The feet are parts of the body. He is the Head, we are His body. He mentioned those things that are under our feet earlier in vs. 21 , principality, power, might, dominion and every name that is named in this world or in the world to come! This depicts authority as a result of our union with Christ. Pay attention to what he says next “the fulness of Him that filleth all in all”

The words “filleth ” and fulness” were translated from the Greek words (which was the original language from which the New Testament books of the bible were translated) pleroo and pleroma. They imply completeness, copiousness, that which has been abundantly supplied without any reason to be replenished. Those words carry the connotation of nothing to be added or subtracted. It means “to fill to the very full with no more space or vacancy”. Christ is the fulness of God and He has filled all of us.
The phrase “filleth all in all” simply means ALL OF HIM IS IN ALL OF US. There is no half full or half empty believer. He that believeth hath everlasting life(Jn. 6:47). If God would have to give to a believer something special apart from what He has given every believer, then the finished work of Christ would be in disrepute. It would utterly place the work of redemption in jeopardy. God doesn’t have what He hasn’t given! He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things? (Rom. 8:32). This is a rhetorical question. A rhetoric is a question that does not require an answer because the answer is in the question. When Paul said “How shall he not with him freely give us all things?” He meant that the things God has freely given to us were the things He did not spare His Son for.

Apostle Paul’s second prayer for the Ephesian church also focused on being filled with the fulness of God: “And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God” (Eph. 3:19). A translation says ...to the end that you may be made complete, up to the full measure of all God’s completeness” (Wade).

The word “complete” implies absoluteness, nothing excluded. Thus, the fullness of God is found in Christ and the believer is complete in Christ. “For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily. And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power” (Col. 2:9-10). The words “fulness” and “complete” are from the same Greek words pleroma and pleroo respectively. So we can safely say it this way “we have been “pleroo” with the “pleroma” of God!
Here are other translations of these amazing verses: “Christ has everything God has. And you, too, have everything when you are in Him” (Cressman) “When you received the person of Christ, you were joined to the same fullness! Therefore, your own spiritual makeup is now full, you are complete in Christ...” (Lovett)

Say these words out loud
Christ lives in me in all His fulness and I in Him in all His completeness.
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I yield my thoughts to God

I think only what He wants me to think

I yield my mouth to God

So I say only what He wants me to say

I yield my eyes to God

I see only what He wants me to see

I yield my ears to God

I hear only what He wants me to hear

I yield my hands to God

I touch only what He wants me to touch

I yield my legs to God

I go only where He wants me to go

I yield the totality of my body to God

I feel only what He wants me to feel

I wholeheartedly give up ownership of me

To the One who truly owns me

So I yield...
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"Consider the incredible love that the Father has shown us in allowing us to be called “children of God”—and that is not just what we are called, but what we are. OUR HEREDITY ON THE GODWARD SIDE IS NO MERE FIGURE OF SPEECH —which explains why the world will no more recognise us than it recognised Christ."
1 Jh. 3:1 J.B.Phillips
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