Glory, a new level for us #CGI #SEZ2
Happy birthday pastor Osagie Osaghae. I join the host of heaven and our beloved nation to celebrate you today. Thank you so much for all you do in ministry,of your increase there shall be no end. Enjoy your new age.
"I do not just want you to sing there's an overflow, I want you to experience an overflow. I want you to fulfill the Word of God in your life, grow from glory to glory, victory to victory and have grace heaped upon grace.".....Pastor Karen Victor
DON’T STOP UNTIL THERE’S A CHANGE! - Pastor Chris Oyakhilome DSc DD Do you know your persistency in prayer is absolutely vital to changing your circumstances? Sometimes when you have a matter to settle or you desire a change in a situation you don’t have full jurisdiction over, you have to continue in prayer until that change comes. Now this doesn’t negate faith nor mean you’re unbelieving. Actually, the reason you choose not to give up or shift grounds is because you’re acting your faith. The Bible says that ’’…The earnest (heartfelt, continued) prayer of a righteous man makes tremendous power available (dynamic in its working) (James 5:16b AMP)’’. Many are too used to praying “emergency prayers” that don’t work. They wait until the pressure mounts and then start pushing panic-buttons and praying fast prayers for fast answers. But Elijah knew better. We read in our opening scripture what he did when he wanted a miracle: he cast himself down upon the earth and put his head between his knees, praying heartfelt, continued prayer (1 Kings 18:42-44). He prayed until he got a miracle. Years ago, Christians were taught to be earnest and persistent in prayer, but the more they learned the Word of faith, the more some drifted away from the message of prayer. But to be effective, you must have the two together: the Word of faith and earnest, heartfelt, continued prayer. You must have the willingness to pray with all your heart and continue in prayer until you have the note of victory in your spirit. You might ask, “But when do I stop?” You stop when you “know that you know” in your spirit (not in your head) that it’s done. #21DaysPrayerandFasting #CEPHZONE3
HAPPENING NOW!!!! Still the Hall Setup for the TEENS CAMP meeting with our Esteemed Zonal Pastor, Pastor Wale Adenuga. It is the first of its kind across the Zone #PROJECT10000 #SSZ2 #CEUYO #TCMwithPWALES