Never undermine the power of the Word; don’t get too "familiar" with the Word to the point it no longer makes an impact on you. Have a childlike attitude of delight and hunger for the Word always. Your only recourse in any situation in life should be the Word of God. ~ Pst Chris.
Thank you pastor! I love you!
Gloryy, The word walk nightly for they that walk it am growing by the word and nothing can stop me cos I have something inside of me. Hallelujah
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Celebrating a God Personality, An Epistle of Pastor , A walking Rhapsody, an embodiment of Loyalty ,a maker of Man . Happy Birthday Pastor Lawrence Ajiboye WE LOVE & CELEBRATE YOU SIR. #PL10 #CEDURBANGROUP #SAZONE2
CELEBRATING OUR ZONAL PASTOR, PASTOR LAWRENCE AJIBOYE Happy birthday to our Zonal Pastor, Pastor Lawrence Ajiboye. Thank you Sir for your teachings that continue to shape our future in the way written in the scriptures. As we celebrate you today, we celebrate our success and the unchanging love you give to us. Happy birthday Sir #CESAZONE2 #PASTORLAWRENCE #hbpl10
DAILY NUGGETS *RIGHTEOUSNESS AND PEACE - PASTOR CHRIS OYAKHILOME* And the work of righteousness shall be peace… (Isaiah 32:17). In the days of Moses, truth and judgment came together; and if truth bore testimony against you, you were judged on the spot. But it’s not so with the Gospel. The Bible says, “Mercy and truth are met together; righteousness and peace have kissed each other. Truth shall spring out of the earth; and righteousness shall look down from heaven” (Psalms 85:10-11). In the Gospel, mercy and truth have met together; righteousness and peace have kissed each other. Romans 5:1 says, “Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.” The Greek word from where “justified” is translated is “Dikaioo” and it means to be acquitted and declared righteous. Which means since we’re justified, acquitted, declared righteous and have right standing with God by faith, we have peace with Him through our Lord Jesus Christ. In other words, there’s no enmity between you and God; the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ has set you at one with God. That’s what the word “peace” or its Greek equivalent “eirene,” mean. It’s “to be set at one again,” to be brought into harmony, concord, safety, felicity, and security with God. There’s no need for you to be afraid that one day, God will recall all your wrongs and punish you as a result. No. You’ve come home to Him; you’re now at rest in Him through Christ Jesus. He made it possible; it’s the work or result of His righteousness that you’ve received: “And the work of righteousness shall be peace…” (Isaiah 32:17). Being born again, you’re now one with the Lord; He’s brought you to Himself: “Righteousness and peace have kissed each other.” There’s a oneness now. Glory to God!