Pray-A-Thon 2020 - Wed July 22 In the place of prayer, you're strengthened to do the Father's will. Learn more in this Wednesday's Rhapsody. Ezekiel 37:1-10 says, 'The hand of the LORD was upon me, and carried me out in the spirit of the LORD, and set me down in the midst of the valley which was full of bones, And caused me to pass by them round about: and, behold, there were very many in the open valley; and, lo, they were very dry. And he said unto me, Son of man, can these bones live? And I answered, O Lord GOD, thou knowest. Again he said unto me, Prophesy upon these bones, and say unto them,... So I prophesied as I was commanded: and as I prophesied, there was a noise, and behold a shaking, and the bones came together, bone to his bone. And when I beheld, lo, the sinews and the flesh came up upon them, and the skin covered them above: but there was no breath in them. Then said he unto me, Prophesy unto the wind, prophesy, son of man, and say to the wind,... So I prophesied as he commanded me, and the breath came into them, and they lived, and stood up upon their feet, an exceeding great army'. At our prayer times today, we'll pray fervidly in tongues of the Spirit; prophesying and speaking God's perfect will over His Church, the nations, governments, communities, and their leaders. Remember, God's Word in your mouth is God talking, so set things in order through your proclamations of faith, for the glory of the Father. Amen. God bless you.
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🎁🎉
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. .
International day of Service with Highly Esteemed Rev. Ray Okocha, Pastor Lanre Alabi, Pastor Vale Odu Thomas and Pastor Moses Olayemi @ Rukpokwu Community School in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Celebrating our Life coach and Teacher. #offer7 #cephmc
Christ Embassy Port Harcourt Ministry, visits the women of Rukpoku Community Women Group with food stuffs ,clothing's and ministry materials ..All to celebrate the birthday of our Man of God Pastor Chris. #offer7 #cephmc ##revray
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PASTOR SIR. YOU ARE A WONDER & I LOVE YOU! I hereby throw a dance challenge to: Rev Ken, Pst TT, Pst Ambrose, Pst Kay Adesina, Pst Tom Obiazi, Pst Kay Akinwolemiwa, Pst Linda #offer7celebration #December7dancechallenge #PHMC
ISM AWARDS 2019!!! CELEBRATING OUR TOP 15 CHRIST EMBASSY ZONAL CHURCH PARTNERSHIP AWARDS!!! 10th Position - Christ Embassy Port Harcourt Ministry Centre! Hearty congratulations to the Highly Esteemed Rev. Ray Okocha and the Pastors and Leaders of Christ Embassy Port Harcourt Ministry Centre! Thank you for making a difference in 2019! #LoveworldAwards2019 #ismawards #IPPC2019 #ism
NIGHT OF BLISS WITH REV RAY OKOCHA IS ALREADY A MEGA SUCCESS PRAYER THEME FOR SUNDAY 6TH OCTOBER. PRAY FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF ALL OUR BRETHREN AND LEADERS Declare that all our brethren and leaders are involved in every aspect of the planning and the organization of the program with excitement. Declare that our brethren are constantly on fire for soulwinning. And this passion drives them to be committed with all their heart to the publicity and soul winning for this program. Declare that our brethren always heed to instructions. They hear to do. Once they are spoken to, twice they will hear. #NOBWITHREVRAY #CEPHMC #REVRAY
Yes! It's official ! Night of Bliss with The Esteemed Rev Ray Okocha. Date 18th October ,Venue: Port Harcourt Ministry Center Grounds ,Time is 6pm till dawn..... It's going to be a night of blessings! #nightblisswithrevray #cephmc #revray