Look Ahead : Pastor Chris Oyakhilome! ...but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before (Philippians 3:13) There’s so much the Lord has in store for you to enjoy in the coming year. Look forward to the New Year with faith and joy, for greater glory lies ahead, and it completely outshines the victories and triumphs of yesterday. Refuse to allow the seeming failures, weaknesses, and disappointments you may have experienced dissipate your enthusiasm and faith to win. Set your goals and focus on the Spirit and His Word. Don’t focus on the past. Look ahead. Raise your vision. The regrets of yesterday and the fear of tomorrow are enemies of today’s happiness. Position yourself aright for a triumphant life by keeping your gaze on, and living in the Word. Refuse to give up on your dreams. Proverbs 4:18 says, “...the“...the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day.”day.” Believe and affirm this as the reality of your life. You can only make progress as a child of God. Your journey in life is upward and forward only; no disappointments, because “...we“...we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose” (Romans 8:28). Cheer up! The future is bright. You have nothing to fear. The Lord has already made the crooked paths straight; therefore, you’ll triumph in the coming year. He said in John 16:33, “These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.” See yourself making greater impact with the Gospel in the coming year. See yourself in health, joy, and prosperity. See yourself walking in righteousness and producing works and fruits of righteousness. See yourself fulfilling the will of the Father, pleasing Him in all things as you receive and run with the Word for the year.
Fast, Pray And Minister To The Lord : Pastor Chris Oyakhilome When you take out time to fast and pray, and minister to the Lord, you discipline your flesh in submission to the Word. This makes your spirit more receptive to God’s Spirit, breaking down the resistance of your human senses, thus aiding your spirit to pray more correctly. Fasting also positions you rightly for God’s Word to come to you. God may have been speaking to you, but you may not have picked His signals. But when you fast and pray, your spirit is conditioned to receive the guidance and direction He’s giving you about your job, finances, family, academics, the future, something that’s dear to you or that you’re interested in. God desires to talk to you personally and to have you understand Him clearly. He wants to do that for you more than you want it. The truth is, He’s been doing it. But when your spirit is clouded with other matters, you can’t hear Him clearly. That’s the reason for fasting. We don’t fast so God can hear our prayers, or so we can convince Him to do something for us. Fasting helps to position you where His Word can come to you, lift you, energize you, and position you to be in sync with His perfect will.
SUNDAY SERVICE WITH PASTOR AMAECHI UDEAKU; DEC 9, 2018 THOUGHTS ON THANKSGIVING: The scripture has a lot to say about thanksgiving I Cor 15:57, II Cor 2:14 ● Man tries to do what God has already done and turns over to God what he should do and that's the root to a lot problems he has. ● One of my responsibilities is to find our what God has already done. And when I find what he's done, I stand strong in it. ● If a christian stays too long in a problem, its an indication of ignorance. Ephesians 5:20 ● We give thanks to God for all things because all things work together for good. ● My life is full of Ups and Ups. ● Thanksgiving must be expressed for it to be thanksgiving whether towards God or man. ● Thanksgiving is not thanksgiving until it is expressed. #cephzone1 #TheHappyChurch
Special Greetings to the Beautiful People in our Loveworld Nation! Our nation is agog with praise and joy as we celebrate our President, Rev. Dr Chris Oyakhilome (DSc, DD) In honour of my beloved Father and Prophet, here is my special dance video!! You haven't seen anything like this before, it's new and fresh - there's none like it. ENJOY. Like comment and reshare. I also throw the challenge to our Esteemed Sec. Gen- Pastor Kay Adesina, Rev Ray Okocha, Evang Dr. Eddy Owase, Rev Ken Oyakhilome, Pst TT Edun, Pst Ambrose Isesele, Pst Joy Amenkhienan, Pst Ose Oyakhilome, Pst Ifeoma Chiemeka, Pst Yemisi Kudehinbu. 'SHOW ME WHAT YOU GAT'😉😉🤸♂️🤸♀️🎶🎼
Hello all Dazzling people! This is WAR! and we are in to win. Please Reshare this video, comment in the comments box, like it & hashtag #teamdazzle. Some of our co-contestants are still colluding with the Russians 😊😊. There is evidence of collusion but we'll see what happens🤞
After one gives his heart to Christ, he ought to be consistently transformed by the Word of God. This formed the basis of today’s teaching by our Esteemed Zonal Director at the Sunday morning service. All the way from Jerusalem in Israel, she shared on the all-important topic: Submitting To The Lordship Of The Word. In submitting to the lordship of the Word, we’re able to recognize and reject any word that seems to condemn or emphasize our shortcomings and faults. This is because the Gospel is based on the grace of God, which shows we have acceptability, favour and advantage with God. We can thus interpret the scriptures from the standpoint that they’re for our advantage. We’re the apple of God’s eye; we have value with Him; our lives are therefore a continuous expression of His glory and grace. The Zonal Director admonished us to: • Submit to the Word about our Location in Christ. (2 Corinthians 5:17) • Submit to Word of God about our righteousness. (2 Corinthians 5:21, Romans 5:17) • Submit to the Word of God about our relationship and oneness with Him. • Submit to the Word about our prosperity (2 Corinthians 8:9) • Submit to the Word about the abundant Life He's brought us. (John 10:10) • Submit to His instructions on what we ought to do (Matthew 28:18-19).