Category: Pastors’ Blog

12
Jun

WHAT IS ON YOUR CV?

What is on your CV? I’m not asking for your professional CV…academic credentials or career accomplishments I’m talking about your “spiritual qualifications” and “medals”. The Apostles of old had a CV. The contents had nothing to do with what they had achieved in the flesh. One of them boldly said he counted everything he had […]

12
Jun

LORD, BREAK ME

 Lord, Break Me I remember reading a book sometime in the mid 90’s titled “Lord break me!” Right on the front page of the book was a picture of a man’s head with cracks and contours at the instance of a finger that was somewhat believed to be a divine one pointed from above. it […]

12
Jun

ONCE UPON A TIME

Once Upon a Time The story of man’s redemption is like every love story that begins with “once upon a time” and ends with “…and they lived happily ever after” Man, the crown of all God’s creation was lost in the jungle of sin. He couldn’t help himself neither could he bring himself out. He […]

12
Jun

DON’T PACK YOUR BAGS YET!

DON’T PACK YOUR BAGS YET Have you ever felt like giving up? On people, personal projects, places, or life itself? Have you ever been hard pressed that you thought of throwing in the towel? Then welcome to the real world! One of the major elements of the world that we live in is the fact […]

05
Jun

EXPLAINING PROVERBS 4:18

Explaining Proverbs 4:18    “But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day” (Prov. 4:18).   This verse is often used for birthday salutations and felicitations a lot… and it has been notoriously abused even with good intentions.   It is a major prayer/confession […]

05
Nov

The Joy of the Lord

“Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid: for the LORD JEHOVAH is my strength and my song; he also is become my salvation. Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation” (Isa. 12: 2-3). In the world today, many look for things that will calm […]

05
Nov

CONCERNING QUIET TIME AND FAMILY ALTAR (Part 3)

We have seen thus far the importance of giving the early hours of our day to the Lord in prayer and meditation in His Word. We have also seen biblical examples that are worthy of emulation especially that of our Lord Jesus Christ when He was here on earth. In the Gospel according to Saint […]

05
Nov

CONCERNING QUIET TIME AND FAMILY ALTAR (Part 2)

It is true the term “quiet time” cannot be found in the bible but the footprints of its practice are all over the scriptures. It is a time set aside to pray or to ponder on things pertaining to God and His Word. The word “quiet” suggests that there is absence of noise or bustle. […]

05
Nov

Concerning Quiet Time and Family Altar (Part 1)

At one time, we thought Quiet time was old fashion To gather your family together for prayer time in the morning became old school We thought waking up early in the morning before doing anything to pray and study the bible was legalistic So we said, “you don’t have to rise up early in the […]

05
Nov

THE SHADOW OF A DOG

The shadow of a dog has never bitten anyone, has it? Never be afraid of the devil’s threats, scares or barks in form of symptoms of sickness, lack, insufficiency, demonic interference or infiltration etc I heard the story of a dear Man of God, Lester Sumrall. One night, he was fast asleep and was woken […]