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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….

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  • 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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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.

 

pastorponnle@gmail.com

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This radio programme is for you!If you live in Abuja and its neighbouring statesThe Word is taught...Minds enlightened Lives transformedGOODNEWS! TODAY ON LOVE FM 104.5 (CROWTHER RADIO)DAILY (MONDAYS – FRIDAYS)6:30AM – 6:45AM Choose to wake up with Goodnews everyday!Tune in and ask a friend to tune in www.christrevealingchurch.org ... See MoreSee Less
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HEROD, PETER AND THE ANGEL OF THE LORD There's a song that has been ringing in my head all dayIt's a Yoruba song which I haven't heard in a long timeBut God brought it up from the recess of my mindIt goes like this in English Let me use it for your glory Let me use it for your glory The rest of my life Let me use it for your gloryI have been wondering Oh Lord "why this song?" Until this evening when the Lord brought the account of Herod the king to my mind as recorded in Acts 12. The bible says an angel of the Lord smote Herod because he gave God not the glory I know how in the christocentric circle, we have tried to defend God particularly in trying to explain away what happened here. We wish we could expunge that portion out of the bible in defense of our belief that "God does not kill" But He does. Not directly but His angels do. You need to read the entire chapter to understand what happened to Herod. It was recorded how Herod killed James, John's brother and he locked up Peter in a prison also because it pleased the Jews. The account went further to narrate how Apostle Peter was delivered through the intervention of an angel. Peter got into the Prison and slept off. The angel smote him and pulled him up, even at that, he thought it was a vision. Pay attention here, The angel smote Peter. This was for deliverance. I sincerely believe that it was the same angel that smote Peter unto deliverance that smote Herod unto destruction. Angels are for both preservation and destruction. They preserve God's people and destroy those who hinder the advancement of God's plan and His people. Here is my point… Herod was first and foremost in the way of the propagation of the Gospel then he took it a notch higher, after delivering a speech the people said "this is not a man's voice but God's" The Bible says 'an angel of the Lord' smote him. Not a demon. An angel of the Lord! What for? He gave not God the glory! His life was a hindrance to the Gospel. He died and right there and then, the worms ate him up! Look at what happened next "But the word of God grew and multiplied" vs 24. The preaching of the word grew and multiplied. This means Herod was a major hindrance to the advancement of the Gospel. Obviously this man had heard the Gospel but he didn't believe it rather he was bent on becoming a stumbling block. Not only was he taking the leaders out, he was also diverting those who ought to hear and believe the Gospel to himself. He took the glory that belonged to God's plan. He was applauded and accorded "the voice of God" I choose not to be a hindrance to the Gospel. I make myself available more and more for the advancement of the plan of God on the earth today. My lifestyle bears credence to the message. This is how we give glory to God. Just like Peter's life was preserved for the preaching of the Gospel through the intervention of an angel, our lives are preserved also. The rest of our lives will be the best of our lives for the Gospel. Say itThe rest of my life will be the best of my life for the Gospel. Amen. ... See MoreSee Less
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MAN IS A PRODUCT OF INFLUENCE(S)Your life is a testimonial of those you followYou are never without an influenceeither a positive one or a negative one, spiritual or carnalWe were created to influence and be influencedYour life is never on neutralYou are never neutralNobody is neutralConsciously or unconsciously, you are being influencedYou may say “I like to be on my own”That statement is born out of an influence You didn’t just come up with thatSomehow, someone or something influenced you to say thatArrogance is what makes some people say they are original...without any one’s input.When you acknowledge that you have been positively influenced by someone, it does not diminish you rather it affirms the reality of our existence. It confirms you didn’t just drop from the “skies”. You were born by someone, raised by someone, guided by someone, helped by someone, supported by someone, taught and still being taught by someone, etc.No one is an island. So as you move on in life, acknowledge those who have positively contributed to your development and evolvement. You are what you are, yes by the grace of God but also by the immense contributions of others to your life.Watch out for strange and wrong influencesBe careful of the kind of people you open your life toBe very selective of the kind of friends you keepEverybody cannot be your friendAnd you can’t be everybody’s friendThis does not stop you from being friendly with people but you should not have too many voices in your lifeThere are wrong influences that enforce bad habitsThere are associations that bring back the consciousness of old lifestyles Thoughts shape usWords form thoughtsMen speak wordsPay attention to the kind of words you hearI have seen people doing well spiritually or so it seemed until they began to listen to wrong words spoken by wrong people.Jonah was a wrong person in that ship heading for TarshishUntil they threw him out they never had peaceSome people are not necessarily bad, but they are wrong influence in your life obviously because you are not heading in the same direction with them.Such are meant to be “thrown” out like Jonah wasDon’t worry about what will happen to them, “a fish” is waiting for themGod’s got them covered You! Face your lifeIt is dangerous to constantly fellowship with those who do not believe same way like you do even if they are fellow Christians. Keep away from gossipsProtect your mind Never allow it to be a dump site for all sorts of verbal garbageBe a good influence everywhere you are I bid you Godspeed ... See MoreSee Less
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Solomon statedOpen rebuke is better than secret love Prov. 27:5,6A lot of times, your response to open/public rebuke ultimately reveals the state of your heartWhenever your ego is bruised or your personal defense shattered into pieces by an open correction, your default response is to want to question the motive behind such action and not to reflect on the veracity of the substance of such correction. Why am I being degraded in front of everybody? I should have been called to a room/space to be told this? Another way some people respond is by developing a thick skin towards such corrections. That's the way that person is. He/she talks anyhow, they don't mean well for me. That man does not have my best interest at heart. I don't know what to do again to please him. You see, every correction has embedded in it character reformation which usually ends up in spiritual growth and stability. Sometimes as a pastor, I deliberately, intentionally, on purpose publicly correct those who follow me. I want to really know the state of their hearts. Are they just following because they feel good about it or they have a deep seated persuasion about following me. Are these ones really built to last? I've seen zeal dwindle, excitement wane as a result of this. Some invariably stop following, some are physically present but mentally absent. I've seen it over the years. I've seen also how some change for the better. They sit up! They take the substance of the correction to heart, they look for ways to make amends, they become better and not bitter! Yes… those who accept this process are better for it.. Jesus used this principle often in his earthly walk. Peter was openly rebuked.. He was called Satan after answering a question correctly but he was still corrected when he did something wrong! Matt. 16Discipleship is not built around emotionalism and sensationalism. Leadership is not tea party! Jesus lost majority of his disciples when he communicated with them his conviction. John 6.Paul openly corrected individuals in his epistles.. Names were mentioned publicly. Anyone who rejects open correction is a time bomb! Only tested men can be trusted. Excitement does not birth stability, only"exertment" does! Some force must be applied on you. You must be told what you don't like! If all we do is laugh and laugh, we are deceiving ourselves. Truth must be told, you must be confronted to have a solid front! Therefore when you have a leader in your life, a parent or someone in position of authority who confronts you with the truth either publicly or privately, you should be glad because CORRECTION is God's safety mechanism for longevity both in life and ministry. Those who are corrected and they yield to such are preserved. The purpose of correction is not destruction, rather it is preservation. I hope this meets you well. Good morning. ... See MoreSee Less
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This week On GOODNEWS TODAY WITH ADEDAYO PONNLE LOVE FM 104.5 ABUJA Monday - Friday 6:30amAs it is our tradition with every bible subject we consider, Pastor lays a foundation for the teaching series titled "THE MINISTRY OF THE SPIRIT". He calls it "Bible study 101"It promises to be enlightening and refreshing Tune in and help tell a friend also See flier for details Jesus is Lord www.christrevealingchurch.org ... See MoreSee Less
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