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HIS KINGING DIVINE PLAN "God’s things are to be done God’s way." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of Nov 13th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, instructs that we follow God's divine plan. We read: In all things, it’s important to know God’s will and be sure you’re serving Him the way He wants, and not according to your own opinions or the ideas of men. He wants us to serve and worship Him according to His plans and purposes in His Word. Recall the story of Cain and Abel. Abel brought to God the sacrifice that God demanded, while Cain brought the sacrifice he chose to give to God (Genesis 4:3-7); these are two different things. In walking with God, you must follow His prescribed order. He said to Moses, “…make me a sanctuary; that I may dwell among them. According to all that I shew thee, after the pattern of the tabernacle…” (Exodus 25:8-9). It always has to be according to His plan. Jesus said, “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth” (John 4:24). It’s clear how you’re to worship God: it’s by the Spirit and in accordance with His Word. To do it any other way would be to deviate from His plan. It’s like what happened when David needed to move the ark of God into the city of David. He got a new cart, and two men, Uzzah and Ahio rode in the cart together with the ark (2 Samuel 6:3). As they journeyed, suddenly, the oxen pulling the cart stumbled and the cart shook. Uzzah tried to stop the ark from tipping over and when he did, he died instantly. David was terrified by what happened and in his quest for answers, he found out in the Scriptures that only the priests were qualified to carry or touch the ark of God in the Old Testament (1 Chronicles 15:2). David realized the error and enlightened the people, saying to the priests, “For because ye did it not at the first, the LORD our God made a breach upon us, for that we sought him not after the due order” (1 Chronicles 15:13). God’s things are to be done God’s way; follow His plans and you’ll experience His grace and blessings in your life and ministry. Hallelujah! Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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KINGING DAILY IN HIS NAME "Use His Name to effect the changes you desire, and create blessings for yourself and others." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of Nov 11th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, expounds on using the name of Jesus to effect changes everyday. We read: If you’d learn to use the Name of Jesus in your life, in everything you do, you’d be amazed at the victories and extraordinary blessings you’d experience every day. His Name is an instrument, a great blessing for us in the New Testament. The Word tells us to use the Name of Jesus in all things. Colossians 3:17 says, “And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.” You couldn’t fail or lose in His Name! His Name is the key that unlocks every door! What many have lacked is the consciousness of the power and authority of His Name. But thanks be unto God! The Church is marching on; knowledge is increasing, and many more are discovering who they are in Christ, and their place of glory and dominion in His Name. Philippians 2:9-11 tells us that God gave Jesus the Name that’s above every name. He vested all authority in His Name and passed it into law in heaven, in earth and under the earth. Therefore, when you make demands in His Name, He sees to it that it happens (John 14:14). When someone is sick in your home, don’t run helter-skelter, looking for help; take charge and declare, “In the Name of Jesus Christ, I rebuke the pain; I rebuke the affliction!” Mention the sickness and command it to go! He told us to heal the sick; so, it’s our responsibility to do it in His Name; and His Name never fails! Even now, rebuke the infirmity. Declare that every storm is stilled in your home, office, school, or environment. Affirm that you’re in abundance and the lines are fallen unto you in pleasant places. Use His Name to effect the changes you desire, and create blessings for yourself and others. Hallelujah! Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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SUNDAY SERVICE HIGHLIGHT AT CHRIST EMBASSY KORODUMA WITH ESTEEMED PASTOR UYI IDUGBOE -Nov 10, 2019 It was indeed a blessed atmosphere with our Esteemed Pastor Uyi Idugboe as he taught the brethren on "BEING CONSCIOUS OF THE GLORY WITHIN." Following on the declaration by our Man of God, Pastor Chris, that November is our month of blessing; the brethren were taught to acknowledge their value, look situations in the eye, win by talking in tongues, and walk in the consciousness of the blessings we carry. Highlights: ● Moses did not and could not have carried the Holy Ghost because Jesus had not come... ● Moses had to travel long distance to the presence of God... ● All the promises God made to Abraham could not have been fulfilled without us... ● In the old testament, the glory comes and goes... TODAY, we have received the Holy Spirit without measure, we carry the presence of God, and the glory in us has come to stay. THEREFORE, Don't let society determine your value; Buying and selling is the exchange of value. What did God pay to get you saved? The life of His only begotten son. That's your value. Scripture References: • Exodus 34:29 • Isaiah 60:1 • Hebrews 11:1 Glory to God. It's our #MonthofBlessings. #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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KINGING MINDSET "Studying and meditating on the Word of God will give you a peculiar mindset; the mindset of the righteous." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of Nov 9th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, expounds on how to develop the mindset of the righteous. We read: There’s a difference between your thinking process and your mindset. What’s a mindset? It’s a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you interpret and respond to situations. Each one of us has a mindset, but the important thing is the origin of your mindset. The Word of God must frame and shape your mental attitude and disposition to life; otherwise, you’re sunk. Studying and meditating on the Word of God will give you a peculiar mindset; the mindset of the righteous. Having the mindset of the righteous isn’t a gift; you have to develop it. You can’t pray and say, “I receive a mindset”; no, it doesn’t work that way. You have to suffuse and inundate yourself with the Word, studying and meditating on it daily. Then, you’d find that your thinking processes have been altered; your mental attitude and mental appreciation of things have improved. Whereas you used to think defeat, poverty, sickness, etc., you’d discover you’ve given up those thoughts of negativity, and received divine thoughts of love, victory, faith, dominion, health, and strength. Hallelujah! Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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KINGING IN YOUR THINKING "You’ve got to choose the character of your thoughts." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of Nov 8th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, declares that it matters how you think. We read: Many hardly take the time to review their own thinking process; how their minds work. A mind that’s not renewed with the Word will often come up with some of the weirdest thoughts. Such minds are filled with negativism. For example, there’re people who always think that when a law or new policy is introduced, it’s to their disadvantage; they see themselves as victims all the time. Therefore, they carry the burden of mistrusting everybody, because that’s the way their minds work. Even in Church, you could find a member who stops attending services because he thinks the Pastor’s sermon is usually about him. Meanwhile, someone else who heard the same sermons says, “I came to church and that day, the sermon was just about me. I mean I identified with everything the Pastor said, and have made up my mind to make improvements.” Notice that one decided to stay in church and grow, while the other decided to leave the same church. It’s about their way of thinking. Your thoughts can keep you perpetually in the road of success or keep you in failure. It’s the reason we’re to keep renewing our minds with the Word of God (Romans 12:2). Until you change your way of thinking, your life and circumstances won’t change. You’ve got to choose the character of your thoughts. Take charge of your thoughts. God gave us the ability to monitor our thoughts; to accept or reject the wrong thoughts. So, always, be sure that your thoughts are wholesome: “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things” (Philippians 4:8 ESV). Hallelujah! Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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Happy Happy Birthday to a bright and shining star. Your love and commitment to the Lord is so amiable, exemplary and inspiring. Thank you for being you. We love you ever so dearly.

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KINGING IN THE FATHER "You’re not alone; you’re in the Father, and the Father—your everlasting Father—is in you." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of Nov 7th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, declares that your heavenly Father is, and will always be in you and with you. We read: The expression, “The everlasting Father” is often interpreted by many to mean “Father of eternity”; but that’s not what it means. Let’s review it in a way that’s easy to understand: imagine a young man whose father was a strong, powerful man. The young man depended much on him. Then his father died. Now, following the vacuum and subsequent difficulties his father’s demise created, he laments, “If my dad were here, I know things would have been different; perhaps I won’t be going through all these. I know he’d have helped me, and counselled me; he’d have been there for me!” Now, here’s what that young man needs to know: His father may be dead, but there’s One who’s always there; He’s your everlasting Father! You’re not going to miss Him, ever, because He’s alive and always with, and in, you by the Holy Spirit. His Name is Jesus! You may say, “Life has been so difficult for me since I lost both parents and became an orphan”; don’t despair. Read the words of Jesus; He said, “I will not leave you as orphans [comfortless, desolate, bereaved, forlorn, helpless]…” (John 14:18 AMPC). You’re not fatherless; the Holy Spirit is the Father in you, and He’s your helper. He’s everything, and all the help you need in life. Jesus said, “…the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works” (John 14:10). Like Jesus, you go everywhere with your Heavenly Father; He lives in you. This should be your consciousness always. You’re not alone; you’re in the Father, and the Father—your everlasting Father—is in you. Praise God! Hallelujah! Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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KINGING BEAUTY "Always be mindful that you’re dressed with the ornament of God’s beauty" -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of Nov 6th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, declares that we radiate the beauty of God. We read: In these prophetic words (Psalm 50:2), Zion refers to the Church, for it is God’s dwelling place. It’s revealed in God’s Word as the perfection of beauty, from where God shines forth. But King James Version and a few other translations didn’t quite render the scripture above correctly. In the original Hebrew, the latter part of the scripture gives a connotation of continuity. It’s rendered thus, “Out of Zion, the perfection of beauty, God shines forth”; His glory goes forth. In Psalm 90:17, we see the passionate cry of Moses, the man of God, as he prays: “…LET THE BEAUTY OF THE LORD OUR GOD BE UPON US: and establish thou the work of our hands upon us….” What a prayer! He was talking about that divine aura on you as a child of God that produces excellence; a special beauty. But thanks be unto God! That prayer has been answered in us. We’re His crowning beauty (James 1:18). There’s something about your life; you carry the glory of God everywhere you go, and that beauty brings pleasantness, favours, promotion and increase to your life. Always be mindful that you’re dressed with the ornament of God’s beauty; drenched in the rains of the Spirit. He sent the prophet Isaiah to tell the children of Israel He’d give them beauty for ashes (Isaiah 61:3); ornaments of beauty. Instead of allowing circumstances cause you to question the presence of God in your life, learn to see God’s beauty. Thank Him for your beautiful life. Never allow circumstances change who you really are. You’re God’s beauty, His icon, His express image, and the outshining of His glory. You radiate His splendour. Hallelujah! Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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🖥 WHAT IS IT TO BLESS? Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris explains it in this video. Indeed, it is our month of Blessings. Remain Blessings Conscious. #MonthofBlessings #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT Video Credit: 1minwithPastorChris

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A KINGING CAUSE "Everything about our lives, everything we say and do, should be filled with passion for Christ and His eternal message of salvation for mankind." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of Nov 4th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, reiterates that the gospel is the only way to save men's lives. We read: The Gospel is the power of God unto salvation (Romans 1:16). The Scriptures declare that there’s no other way. Be resolute about this. There are many groups who stake their lives to promote their cause. Many of us don’t believe in their cause, but they stake their lives on a cause that we know isn’t right. But our cause is right; how much then is it worth? In my early teenage years, I made up my mind that since my cause was right, I was going to go all out for it. I made a decision that nothing on earth was strong enough to stop me; no offers on earth would distract me from the Gospel. It was a cause worth more than life, and it didn’t matter to me what became of me for preaching it. Back then, I’d pray, “Lord, if I have to walk through the valleys, and the hills, and the mountains of this world, never having a place to stay, I don’t care; this Gospel is worth everything.” It made no difference if I had to preach to the poorest of the poor and live among them so as to bring them to the light of the Gospel; I was ready! The stakes have never been higher than they are today. Therefore, in your commitment to the Gospel, be like Paul; read again his inspiring resolve in our opening verse. You’re the one that God is trusting with everything to save men’s lives; to save them from hell, and carry the bloodstained banner of Jesus Christ around the world. This is the only way. The Bible shows that there’s no other name under heaven given among men whereby we must be saved (Acts 4:12). If this is true, and thank God it is, then there’s too much at stake. Everything about our lives, everything we say and do, should be filled with passion for Christ and His eternal message of salvation for mankind. Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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ℹ INSIGHT with Pastor Uyi I AM THE SOLUTION   Recently, I came across this message in the video, and instantly I was stirred up again just as I was many years ago, sitting live in the congregation, in Lagos, Nigeria listening to the Man of God.   In those days, my very large family had been battling with a hydra-headed family problem for 13 years. No one in the family, both seniors and juniors, had a clue on how to deal with the matter. There was no solution in sight.   For some unexplained reasons, both groups (seniors and juniors) began to look toward me for a solution. I thought that was strange because I was not one of the seniors.   I was only a young guy who got saved a few years before this meeting with Pastor Chris, and I really wanted everyone to leave me alone so I could serve my God (This was the thought that filled my heart).   So, I did something.   I packed my bags and relocated far away from where my family and ‘their’ problem lived. I applauded myself thinking, “That was a smart move. Now there’ll be no distractions in serving God and growing as a Christian.”   Well, my applause was short-lived.   A couple of months after, the 13-year old family problem, also, packed its bags and joined me in my new city.   I just could not escape. “Why?” I wondered.   Then, as I sat amidst the congregation on that glorious day, Pastor Chris uttered these memorable words in this video…   Then it hit me.   The solution is and has always been in me. No wonder the problem always knew my current address.   I was not going to run away anymore. Understanding had come. It was time to deliver the solution. And, by the Holy Ghost, I was going to do just that.   I took some spiritual steps, then called for a family meeting –only the seniors ever called for a meeting before. Interestingly, everyone attended. They unanimously surrendered all the legal rights I required to solve the 13-year old problem.   The rest is history. The story is victory. Beloved, carry with you this consciousness that you are a blessing, and yes - you are the solution. Thank you Pastor Chris. I will always love, appreciate and celebrate you, Sir. #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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SUNDAY SERVICE HIGHLIGHT AT CHRIST EMBASSY KORODUMA WITH ESTEEMED PASTOR UYI IDUGBOE -Nov 3, 2019 The power of God was mightily present in today's glorious service as Esteemed Pastor Uyi Idugboe taught the brethren and led them in a service of ministration and healing. As an admonition to the brethren, esteemed Pastor Uyi said; ▪We live on earth, a region that is physical but exists within the spirit realm. Therefore, we live in the spirit realm. ▪Make up your mind to keep nothing of the devil in you. Manifesting extreme anger and hatred for others have negative spiritual implications for the child of God. ▪Yield yourself to the Word of God for light and darkness cannot stay in the same vessel. ▪What you need as a Christian is Word therapy, not deliverance. Glory to God for His tangible presence amongst us. #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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KINGING MINISTRATIONS "God’s power to save, help, deliver and bless is in the Gospel, which you must convey and communicate by the power of God’s Spirit." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of November 1st, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, speaks to us on ministering through the Spirit. We read: Luke tells a beautiful story in Acts 10, of an event in the house of Cornelius, a Roman centurion. Even though he was a devout man, he wasn’t saved. An angel of the Lord appeared to him and instructed him to send for Peter, who’d tell him words through which he and his household would be saved (Acts 11:13-14). While Peter was in Cornelius’ house, preaching the Gospel, something extraordinary happened: “…the Holy Ghost fell on all them which heard the word” (Acts 10:44). Notice the word, “fell”; it’s translated from the Greek “epipiptō,” and it means to fall like rain; an outpouring. It also means to fall on someone in an embrace. As Peter spoke those gracious words of salvation, the Holy Ghost embraced everyone in Cornelius’ household, and they were all recreated and filled with the Spirit. Hallelujah! This is what happens when we minister through the Spirit; our hearers are enraptured in the Father’s love! They bask in the Spirit’s embrace, and get convicted in their hearts for salvation, because our words aren’t mere words. Our testimony of Christ and witness of His salvation is like Peter’s; out of our bellies flow gushers of living water (John 7:38). As such, your words cease to be persuasive words of man’s wisdom, but words delivered in the demonstration of the Spirit and of power. Many who thronged Jesus experienced the embrace of the Spirit. Luke 5:17 tells us, “…as he was teaching, that there were Pharisees and doctors of the law sitting by, which were come out of every town of Galilee, and Judaea, and Jerusalem: and the power of the Lord was present to heal them.” There was something in the air as Jesus spoke; His words were loaded with divine energy. Glory to God! God’s power to save, help, deliver and bless is in the Gospel, which you must convey and communicate by the power of God’s Spirit. That’s why you must always be filled with the Spirit, like Paul admonished in Ephesians 5:18-20. Being filled with the Spirit, His divine glory and presence are transmitted through you in the words that you speak. There and then, faith and a deep conviction is stirred in the hearts of your hearers, leaving salvation, deliverance, and untold blessings in its wake! Hallelujah! Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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KINGING IN SOULWINNING "Never turn your back on those around you who are not yet saved...all that’s required is a little more push." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of October 31st, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, admonishes that we should not give up on reaching the lost. We read: Sometimes, when we think of some people in certain conditions, we expect they’d want a change, but it’s not always the case. Some would tell you, “Please, let me be; I don’t need the Gospel; I’m okay.” But we know they’re not okay; so, we can’t let them be. We understand their problem; it’s clear in our opening text: “...the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not....” They may do everything to stop us from bringing them the message, but we aren’t going to give up. We’ll keep praying for them and exploring every means possible to get the message to them. In Ezekiel 3:17, the Lord said, “Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore, hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me.” God has made you a watchman over the sinners in your world. Therefore, let the passion for soul winning be in your heart as a burning fire, shut up in your bones (Jeremiah 20:9). Never turn your back on those around you who are not yet saved. The Lord is counting on you for their salvation. Some may be hostile and unreceptive to the message, but don’t give up. For many of them, all that’s required is a little more push; a little more preaching and time of intercession on your part! Surely, one day, just like the rest of us, they too would be catapulted from darkness to light, and into the glorious liberty of the sons of God. Hallelujah! Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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KINGING HEIRS OF ABUNDANCE "You own the world and everything in it; let it dawn on you." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of October 30th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, reiterates that we are heirs of abundance. We read: 2 Corinthians 8:9 says, “For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, that ye through his poverty might be rich.” What does this mean? First, understand that Jesus was never poor spiritually. Therefore, the foregoing scripture is referring to physical, material, and financial blessings. Jesus became poor for your sake, so that you might inherit abundance. This is simple to understand in line with the substitutionary works of Christ. God conferred our sins on Jesus on the Cross, and conferred His righteousness on us at His resurrection. Likewise, Jesus took our poverty and made us heirs of His abundance. All of God’s wealth and resources belong to you because the Bible says, “…if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise” (Galatians 3:29). Romans 8:17 says, “And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ….” Read what the Lord said in Haggai 2:8: “The silver is mine, and the gold is mine, saith the LORD of hosts.” If the silver and gold in the world belong to Him, then they belong to you; believe it, because it’s true. In Psalm 50:10-12, He said, “For every beast of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills. I know all the fowls of the mountains: and the wild beasts of the field are mine…for the world is mine, and the fulness thereof.” No wonder He said in 1 Corinthians 3:21, “…all things are yours.” How could anyone read this and still be living poor? You own the world and everything in it; let it dawn on you. Reject poverty, and choose the joyful, prosperous life in Christ. Don’t see your job or business as your source of livelihood, but as a medium to bless others. Your prosperity is a settled fact. In Christ, you’ve been brought into the life of superabundance; acknowledge and enjoy your inheritance. Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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People don't become rich by chance (most don't). A poor man that is crying against the rich is making a mistake. Nobody was born rich, nobody was born poor, but the rich would give the poor opportunities. If you destroy the rich, it will not make the poor rich. The rich are the hope of the poor. The rich remains a symbol of the possibility of success. ... Rev. (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome DSc, DD.

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KINGING IN LOVE "Walking in love is proof that you love the Lord." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of October 29th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, admonishes you to express love -no matter what. We read: In expressing love to others, it’s not about what you stand to gain. It’s about your love for God and desire to do His will. So, even when it isn’t convenient, you have to walk in love. Even if those you love disdain you, continue to love them. Tell yourself, “I’m going to walk in love, no matter what.” Ephesians 5:2 says, “And walk in love, as Christ also hath loved us, and hath given himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweetsmelling savour.” To walk with God, you’d have to love like Him. 1 John 4:7-8 says, “Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.” Walking in love is proof that you love the Lord. Therefore, let your life be the out-shining of divine love. Help those around you stand strong, and make their lives better. You’re called to be a blessing to your world. Today, consciously look out for opportunities to express God’s love. Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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YOU ARE A KINGING EFFULGENCE OF HIS GLORY "We’re the effulgence of His glory, for as He is-the glory of the Father—so are we in this world." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of October 28th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, reiterates that we reflect the Lord's glory. We read: Jesus Christ is the effulgence of the Father’s glory; the express image of His Person (Hebrews 1:3). And that’s exactly what He’s made us; we’re the effulgence of His glory, for as He is-the glory of the Father—so are we in this world (1 John 4:17). Jesus said, “And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them; that they may be one, even as we are one” (John 17:22). This is extraordinary. If only you’d live with this consciousness every day! 2 Corinthians 3:18 explains it some more: “But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord.” A mirror reflects whatever is set before it and the Word of God is a mirror. The image of you that it reflects is called “the glory of God.” What we read in John 17:22 is God holding up His mirror for you to see that you’re a partaker of His glory. When Jesus walked the earth, He walked gloriously. He lived and manifested the glory of God. He walked on water, talked to the wind and the waves, unstopped deaf ears, opened blind eyes, healed lame legs, restored maimed limbs, and even raised the dead. We have the same ability within us to function likewise, because the same Holy Spirit that was the power and essence of Jesus lives in us today. This has effectively removed you from the class of ordinary men; you’re an associate of the God-kind. God chose you to be the one to show forth His praises and manifest His glory in the earth: “But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light” (1 Peter 2:9). Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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KINGING BY THE CONFESSION OF HIS LORDSHIP "Help people understand that the affirmation of the Lordship of Jesus Christ is the Bible way to receive salvation." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of October 27th, Our dear Man of God, Pastor Chris, explains the principle of salvation. We read: The principle for salvation isn’t the confession of your sins, but of the Lordship of Jesus Christ over your life. Nowhere in Scriptures is it stated that if you confess all your sins, you’ll be saved. How is that even possible, remembering all the sins you ever committed, and confessing them? What you need is a new creation and that’s what you become upon confessing with your mouth, the Lordship of Jesus, believing in your heart that God raised Him from the dead. Romans 10:9-10 says, “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.” This is what ushers you into the new life in Christ. One of the most remarkable salvation stories is that of Saul of Tarsus in Acts 9. Before his conversion, Saul wreaked havoc on the early Church and persecuted Christians everywhere, until he had an encounter with the Lord. In 1 Timothy 1:13, he referenced his atrocious treatment of Christians before his conversion, calling himself a blasphemer, a persecutor and injurious. This same apostle, who later became Paul, gave us the principle for salvation in Romans 10:9-10. The Ethiopian eunuch who was led to salvation by Philip in Acts 8:35-39 wasn’t made to confess his sins, but to confess his faith in Jesus Christ. Therefore, we must help people understand that the affirmation of the Lordship of Jesus Christ is the Bible way to receive salvation. Glory to God! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

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