@PastorChrisLive Prayer at 12noon and 10pm (Local/GMT) - Fri March 24 In Matthew 5:6, Jesus declared: "Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be filled". Hunger for spiritual things is very important. We should always apply our minds to do more for the Lord, constantly seeking to please him in all things. The Word declares in Romans 8:5,6 "For they that are after the flesh do mind the things of the flesh; but they that are after the Spirit the things of the Spirit. 6 For to be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace". From the Apple Appstore or the Android Playstore, get the Pastor Chris digital library app and find recorded messages that will change your life forever. Web version link: http://pcdl.co We'll pray fervidly in tongues for all 15min at 12noon and 10pm (Local/GMT). God bless you.
My girl is FIFTY !!! Some things are hard to forget. As we walked into that wedding reception at the Unilag Senior Staff Club, I looked again at my companion and thought to myself: "only God could've made this choice for me". She looked like a million dollars, and even in my oversized linen caftan ( I borrowed it from my elder brother), I felt like the proud owner of the million dollars! Then the unexpected happened! When that young man walked up to us, eyes glowing with excitement, I thought he was coming to usher us to our table, not at all. All I got was a cursory glance before he turned his attention again to my fiancé, and now his face was a mixture of surprise and a crooked smile. I looked at my fiancé as she struggled to recognise the young man. Just then he shouted, " ōmō oni bread!" (the bread seller). He recognised her as the young girl who grew up hawking bread and brooms around Bariga, Lagos. He shouted it so loud she felt like disappearing from the scene. In utter embarrassment, she turned to me and held my hand as though she owed me some explanation. My grip and smile were reassuring. Even as she hawked bread on the streets, her education was topmost on her mind. She had a big dream and a bigger determination that no humble beginning could hinder. Today, ōmō oni bread has since become "iyawo oloye"!, the lion's bride, a minister of the gospel, a flourishing entrepreneur, a university graduate and mother of four brilliant intellectuals. Today, as you hit the golden age, we celebrate a dream fulfilled, a woman of determination and strength. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Deaconess Jane !!!
Pastor Explains Our Legal Authority to use the Name of Jesus The BLW President exhorts congregation on a special gift to every believer — the name of Jesus! Get the full story on LoveWorld News at http://lw-news.com/xwxkv