Pray-A-Thon 2020 - Mon June 8 We had a glorious communion service yesterday, ushering us into this special month of prayer, in a year of intense prayer. Hallelujah! As we shared yesterday, we'll continue in prayer as follows: - Praying for 15min at 12noon and 10pm (Local/GMT) every day of this month. - Praying personally everyday, for an additional 15min of choice, and also when your zone/church/group is scheduled to lead the global prayer chain. - Praying for 1 full hour with your zone/church (connected online and onsite), when on coordinated schedule. You'll get more details from your Church Pastor. - Organising prayer sessions with 10-20 new people to join the global prayer chain, as we increase the prayer force around the world. It's going to be an awesome month of transformations by the Spirit, for nations, governments, families, homes, and individuals; and a wonderful blessing to you. 1 Timothy 2:3-4 says, '...For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour; Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth'. At our prayer times today, we'll intercede fervently in tongues of the Spirit, for the salvation of souls around the world. Break the blinding effect of satan over their eyes, and pray that their hearts be open to the gospel, in the Name of our blessed Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. God bless you. Watch the Pray-A-Thon highlights for the month of May.
🎉🎇Celebrating my dear sister and friend- the audacious and trailblazing PYK. 🎼🎺🎉 Your dedication to the Lord and your commitment to the vision of our dear man of God are truly exemplary and have only gotten stronger over the years. I thank the Lord for His bountiful grace at work in your life. Thank you for your phenomenal exploits and oustanding feats for the Gospel. Thank you for your friendship and sweet fellowship all these years. I love you so dearly. Keep flourishing and basking in God’s manifold blessings. Happy Birthday!
TRAUMA CARE INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION invites you to her ONLINE FIRST RESPONDER NETWORK SYMPOSIUM This event is open to all those who are willing to act as first responders by providing first aid when emergencies occur in their localities. This event will empower all #lifesavers from all professions and walks of life in their noble work. Join us online for an exposè on the TCIF's First Responder Network on Friday 24th April, 2020 at 10am (GMT+1). Register now @ https://bit.ly/firstrespondersnetwork #tciffirstresponder #lifesavers #MyExperience #everylifecounts
Pray-A-Thon 2020 - Mon March 2 Praise God for our beautiful Global Communion Service, which held yesterday. As we shared, March is our Month of Knowledge; we have received grace for increased knowledge, as the Holy Spirit increasingly disseminates Kingdom information. See highlights of the service on Loveworld News at http://loveworldnews.com. Life is spiritual and should be understood accordingly. Learn more in this Monday's Rhapsody. Get the March edition from the store on your Rhapsody app. The Word says "For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the LORD, as the waters cover the sea" (Habakkuk 2:14). At our prayer times today, we'll pray fervently in tongues of the Spirit, and in accordance with the above verse of Scripture, that the earth be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, and this message of Christ's salvation spreads unhindered throughout the world. Amen. Remember to take an extra 15min to join any group leading Global prayers by clicking on the 'PastorChrisLive' tab on your kingschat timeline or by using this link, bit.ly/prayathonlivetv. God bless you.
#IDS2019 (tcif,loveworldsat) #ServiceinProgress(SouthAfrica) As part of the activities of the 2019 #LWDayofService executed in honor of our Man of God, Revd Dr Chris Oyakhilome; the staff of LoveworldSAT partnered with the Trauma Care International Foundation to participate in a voluntary blood donation exercise through which they contributed to saving lives. Enjoy this short video!!! #everylifecounts www.traumacareinternational.org
#DEC7 CELEBRATING GOD'S LIGHT Happy Birthday Pastor Sir, Through your inspiration and guidance, your prayers and your words, we have influenced nations, preserved lives and made global impact. We are forever grateful! We love you deeply Sir! #tcif #everylifecounts #LWDayofService #IDS2019
I am Blessing Conscious... It's my month of Blessings Dear Heavenly Father, I thank you for the assurance I have that you're forever with me, and in me. I walk in the light and blessings of your indwelling and abiding presence, knowing that I'm mightily helped of you in all things, and energised for success, in Jesus' Name. Amen Thank you Pastor for Rhapsody today🙏 It's your month of blessings too! Be blessings conscious; be supply conscious, ability conscious, possibilities conscious. And remember to be a blessing. I love you💖 #Rhapsody Confession #mymonthof blessings
SAFETY BLOG: THE CAR HAND BRAKE In road vehicles, the hand brake or emergency brake, is a mechanism used to keep the vehicle securely motionless when parked. The handbrake applies the rear disc pads via a cable and is used when the car is parked to stop it rolling forwards or backwards. To apply it, you hold the hand grip, press the button (usually at the end of the grip) and raise the lever. As you raise it, you’ll feel resistance as the brakes are applied. To release the brakes and move the car, you raise the lever slightly to disengage the pawl tooth from the ratchet, press the button and lower the lever. A ratchet is a mechanical device that allows continuous linear or rotary motion in only one direction while preventing motion in the opposite direction. The pawl tooth is a component in an automatic transmission that helps to secure the vehicle from moving. Note:- Some drivers don’t press the button when raising the hand brake. It still operates as normal, but over time it can wear and cause the handbrake - and the rear brakes - to fail, so it’s good practice to use the hand brake button when you’re raising the lever. #tcif #safetyblogs
IT'S WORLD FIRST AID DAY TODAY! The Second Saturday in September every year is celebrated as the World first aid day. It is an annual campaign used to raise public awareness on how first aid can save lives in everyday and crisis situations. First aid should be accessible to all – including the most vulnerable. #tcif #savinglives #everylifecounts