For Unto us a Child is Born Unto us a Son is given Please Join Us in Welcoming *Zuriel Kenechi Chukwubinimem Ofulue* Who arrived 23.38pm on 24th Feb 2020. Baby, Mummy and Daddy and the Zee girls are doing fine. God bless you richly. #cedartford #UKR2Z3
Celebrating my dearest uniquely unique Big Sis....you are one of a kind...no one like you. With that smile ever present, no one cannot not love you Thank for being so dear...18yrs + and you have been consistent. I love you specially It's a perfect year for you ma....perfect!!!
HBD dearest Pst Bolanle, thanks for your beautiful & graceful smile 😄. Thanks for your commitment & service over so many years & for being a dependable team player, always gracious & hospitable. The days ahead are far more glorious than the past. I love you specially😍
Happy Birthday Dad!! Celebrating you today and always. Thank you for setting me on the path that I must follow, bringing me up with the word of God,and instilling in me an unwavering knowledge of who I am in Christ. I love you
Join us in celebrating an exemplary leader and a passionate, indispensable partner today! Happy birthday to our Highly Esteemed Pastor Kayode Akinwolemiwa! Thank you for your leadership and dedication towards the work of the ministry and all you are to us at Loveworld TV. We love and appreciate you so dearly!
Pray-A-Thon 2020 - Mon Feb 10 Jesus is Adonai. Learn more in this Monday's Rhapsody. Download the Rhapsody app from the playstore if you're yet to do so. James 5:16-18 says, '...The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. Elias was a man subject to like passions as we are, and he prayed earnestly that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months. And he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain, and the earth brought forth her fruit'. During our prayer sessions today, we'll pray for the unhindered progress, advancement, success and prosperity of the work of churches and ministries of Christ, around the world. God bless you. Remember to take an additional 15min each day to join any group praying via the Pastor Chris Live stream on your kingschat timeline or at bit.ly/prayathonlivetv. Getting ready for Dubai?
Too much information (Part 1 of 2 parts) Some years back, I found myself during a certain period watching a lot of news. It was during the height of ISIS. The world was concerned, there was a lot of concern about terrorist activity. So much information flowed about terrorism, their activity, lifestyle, etc. . To cut a long story short, I was well informed. About that period, I found myself boarding a flight from Amsterdam to Paris. It was a small regional flight. As usual with me, I got into my window seat and positioned myself to sleep. “Yea I was going to have a great sleep” I said to myself. Half sleepy, I noticed this guy enter the plane. Suddenly all sleep disappeared. Choi!! The guy ticked all the boxes of a classic terrorist. Heavily bearded, black mark on forehead from frequent prayer, he had this “angry” look and was carrying the tasbih ( Muslim rosary ) wrapped around his hand. “Father God, no weapon!!!” Came involuntarily from my mouth. “How can they allow this man on this flight? Did they check him properly?” Were my thoughts. To make matters worse, he was wearing very dark and loose clothing. “Hmmm he could be carrying a suicide belt!” Now all my CNN knowledge was coming forth! Ahhhh I didn’t know the matter was just warming up. As he walked past my seat, I heaved a sigh of relief!! “At least he wouldn’t be my Neighbour!” I wish! Before I knew it, he had retraced his steps, and sat down besides me. Chaiiiiii!!!! I shouted in Iranian! Now I knew God was watching me in 4D!! Shey, Instead of me praying for souls, I was watching CNN!? Kontinu!! I seemed to hear angel Gabriel and Michael combine to mock me. I am not so sure but it seemed like that angel of Daniel that had to be rescued by another angel was sticking his tongue out at me. See, I had referred to him as baby angel for needing rescue. Anyways back to my “terrorist” neighbor. “God is it like this!!! Not this way” I said to myself. My mind started to run riot as I imagined a bomb going off besides me. I imagined a hole appearing on the plane fuselage and me being sucked out of the plane, shouting No!! No!!! No!!! (gosh, I must make a mental note to stop watching those Mission: impossible movies 🤦🏽♂️) I tried to say hi to the “uncle terrorist”. Maybe I could start a conversation that would lead him to christ. Even me self, I could barely hear the squeaky “hi” that came out of my mouth. The uncle ( best pronounced onculu) just glared at me like “hey keep your lane” 😠😤 “Oh Gawd, how did they let this man on this flight” 😱? I started looking around to change my seat, Choi!! The flight was full. No free seat. My fate was sealed!! The faces of the other passengers looked like they pitied me. It didn’t help that I was the only dark skinned person on the flight!!! “Did this guy choose me out? I hope no one is thinking we are together ?” ... to be continued 🤪🤓😎 *** 3 things, nay 4!! So I have been discussing the 3 things Pastor Chris said I needed to put in my life to be successful. Administration, discipline and consistency. While praying over them, I realized a 4th one. Accountability. “accountability is answerability, blameworthiness, liability, and the expectation of account-giving” For me, it means been held to certain established standards. The scriptures say that the word of a king has power. This is because once he has spoken, it is expected to not be retractable even when said in jest. Accountability is on several levels. The first and most important is personal accountability. Who you are when nobody is looking. You can give people believable excuses and get away with it, but you know the truth. Practice personal accountability. When you set a goal, be accountable to yourself to make it happen. If you are accountable to yourself, you would be accountable to your boss. Secondly, don’t engage in self deceit. Get someone that can tell you truths. Someone you can report to and practice stickability. ROR is in its 20th year. Not one month has it come late or not been available. Not one month have we had an article reprinted. That is 7,305 articles (yer I added the 5 leap years in between). That in itself is an inspiration. It is accountability in its highest form. Pastor Chris knows the world is counting on him and he delivers. What about you? This is the year of perfection!! Go for it. **** buzz word PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder A disorder characterised by failure to recover after experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event. The condition may last months or years, with triggers that can bring back memories of the trauma accompanied by intense emotional and physical reactions. My childhood friend at 50+ can’t stand 7up. Uptill in her 20’s she will shudder and shake at the sight of a 7up bottle. She once unknowingly drank 7up in a cup and enjoyed it. Then started throwing up and almost passed out when she discovered it was 7up. I found out that day why. When she was a child, her dad held a 7up bottle and threatened to smash her head with it. An ordeal lasting almost an hour with her wailing and screaming. He was trying to get the poor child to learn something she was not ready for (African parents sha 🙄). What PTSD have you not allowed the word of God deal with? For some, you would need to add counseling. The drugs don’t work. Trust me. Having suffered from severe PTSD, I know that the only heal is the word, pastoral counseling and time. *** #12in3challenge Takeaway scripture from New Years message. Meditate on this scripture for the week. “Matthew 5:48 King James Version (KJV) Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect” So truly, is it true that “no man can be perfect?” I thought you said “If Jesus says yes, nobody can say no” why then is this so difficult to believe this. Pastor Chris says “practice righteousness” **Book challenge “recreating your world” **Goals:- who are you accountable to for your goals. This is February. The word MUST work for you. **Rhapsody one million outreaches campaign. Do you have your copies? I have taken my first 100, I have prayed, God has directed me. Story loading... ***What message am I listening to “3 kinds of wisdom” takeaway nugget “you are a failure when your boss cannot depend on you!!” “you are a failure when your colleagues find they can do without you” chai!!!!! *** Playlist Ada Ehi “Settled” https://adaehi.fanlink.to/settled Sophiya “Able God” https://youtu.be/cVWaoNVNZFI Sylvia “Christ is the place” https://youtu.be/phY7tv3BInU Okayoh!! I believe you have enough for the week. Have a beautiful week. Sayonara.
HAPPY WEDDING ANNIVERSARY PASTORS AMBROSE & DUPE ISESELE!🌺❤🌍⭐🌺🌍🌟 With great rejoicing we celebrate the love of God revealed in you. We celebrate a union that rejoices over the Lord Jesus; replete in exploits that shout His love, glory and righteousness. Thank you for establishing many in God's perfect love and in the truth of His Word. Your lives are forever perfected in Him as the Lord causes you to soar in the beauty of His Word. We love you and God bless you. #loveworldsat
HBD to my sweetheart, full of love & full of God. God's grace continues to abound in your life even as u display the virtues of Him who has called u. Thanks for being an amazing husband & a great father to our children .We will continue to follow u as u follow Pastor Chris. .
HE CHOSE ME AND I'VE NEVER STOPPED LOVING HIM REVEREND RAY OKOCHA. I grew up in a religious home like most homes are in Nigeria. My parents made sure we all went to church - the Roman Catholic Church. I was very devoted and committed to the church and her activities I even joined the Saint Jude's Society at an early age. I went through the motions of religion not really knowing God or the reality of His word. I believe my parents tried to raise us the best way they knew. They had plans for me as the first child. I was to follow the path of the medical profession as they wanted me to study to become a medical doctor. This may have stemmed from the fact that my mum was a nurse. As a young boy at this time, I did not know anything about God's plan for me. I even thought that born again Christians or 'SU' (Scripture Union) as we called them, were weird people. My Dad had told us of stories of some of his classmates in the University who were born again and that these ones always failed in their academic works. We were all ignorant of the glorious Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. My parents relocated to the oil-rich city of Warri in Delta State, Nigeria. Thus I had to change schools and began to attend Urhobo College, Effurun, a school notorious for having tough and rascally students. In my second year in the school (I was in my fourth form at this time), I noticed a classmate who fitted the description of these weird people - the SUs. He didn't talk much with the rest of us but seemed a little put off with the way we did things. We respected Brother Charles (that was his name) but we didn't relate much to him. One day, Brother Charles invited me to a fellowship during the long break hour. I accepted his invitation and went to the meeting just to be courteous. In the meeting, he told us of his vision he had about the end time - specifically, the coming of the Lord. I wept throughout the message as it dawned on me that I was neither born again nor ready for the Lord's return. At the end of the message, he gave an altar call for those who were not ready for the Lord's return. I went out and said the prayers as directed. Suddenly, I felt a heavy load lift off my heart! Things were never going to be the same again. I was born again; I had received eternal life and God had become my Father. This new relationship with God was far removed from religion. I knew I was a different person. I became very hungry for God's word and wanted to spend time with Him. My parents began to notice a change in me. Although I was a 'good boy' at home before this time (good enough not to go to the drunkard's hell on a banana peel😀), there was something different about me. I began to tell all my friends about my salvation story and invited them all to join me in this new-found life. As I continued in my Christian walk, I discovered that there was something more. My new friends in the fellowship were always talking about the Holy Spirit and speaking in tongues. Oh, how I wanted this spiritual experience! I bought books on the Holy Spirit and receiving the Holy Spirit. On a fateful day, while still in secondary school, having been instructed to spend time fasting, I went with two friends to pray (they are both ministers of the Gospel presently). They laid hands on me and I received the infilling of the Holy Spirit and spoke in other tongues. Wow! It had finally happened! As I grew in the word, I was no longer satisfied with the spiritual nourishment I was receiving in my church. I stopped attending that church and this action started a 'war' at home. I graduated from secondary school and immediately got admission into the University in November 1984. As I got into school, a classmate of mine who was a brother introduced me to the man of God, Pastor Chris. The moment I shook hands with him, I knew I was connected to him. He looked like Jesus and everything about him fascinated me. I followed him to his room on campus. And I have been following him ever since... • Friends, we invite you to join us as we celebrate this great general in the Army of the Lord. Reverend sir, we all love you dearly. We join the host of Heaven and the beloved Saints of the Loveworld nation to celebrate you. Happy birthday sir🎁🎉
BLIND SPOTS WHILE DRIVING The blind spot is an area around the vehicle that you can’t observe when driving, even while using your side mirrors. Although your mirrors give you a good view of the road behind you, that view is not complete. Anytime you're changing lanes or merging, you'll want to check for any car blind spots in your view first. Flip on your turn signal to let other cars know you'll be moving over and check your rear mirrors and sidecar mirrors. When should I check for blind spots? 1. Before driving off from a stationary position: -It is very common to fail a driving test for failing to check a blind spot before driving off. Click for more http://traumacareinternational.org/media/blind-spot-while-driving/BG639042 #tcif #everylifecounts