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Thank you Lord for the opportunity to be in service again... How we missed church so so much💃💃💃😄😄

A bundle of joy...right from birth.🕺💃 #PerfectDavidPrinceLawal #CeAccraGhanaZone

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THE POWER OF TRUE WORSHIP ~ PASTOR CHRIS OYAKHILOME. And there I will meet with the children of Israel, and the tabernacle shall be sanctified by my glory (Exodus 29:43). In worship, God talks to us. As you minister to Him, He ministers to your spirit as well. Heaven is never silent on the worshipper. When you need direction, guidance or a supernatural intervention, worship the Lord. In Acts 13:1-2, the Bible says, “…as they ministered to the Lord and fasted, the Holy Ghost said…” letting us know that the power of God’s Spirit is manifested in an atmosphere of true worship. True worship isn’t the casual rendition of your favourite Christian tunes; it’s the lifting of your heart and hands to the Lord, in reverence of His awesome majesty. It involves making confessions to His Name on the basis of who He is, in line with the revelation of His personality in the Word. The Lord Jesus, in John 4:23, outlines true worship as that which is done in spirit and in truth; meaning that you’re to worship the Father from your spirit and according to His Word. For example, His Word says, “...and the lifting up of my hands be as the evening sacrifice” (Psalm 141:2); that means one of the ways of effective worship is to lift your hands to the Lord. There’s something deeply spiritual and powerful in lifting your hands to the Lord in worship; you’re offering to Him a sacrifice of sweet smelling savour. As you sing and bless His Name, lift your hands to Him as well, and focus on Him. Soon enough, you’ll be enraptured in the warmth of His love and the glory of His divine presence. Do this often; not only when you’re in church, but in your room, car, office—everywhere and anywhere! Recall what the Lord said to the children of Israel in our opening verse; He was referring to the place of worship. That’s where He meets you, and opens your eyes to see in the spirit and helps you receive the divine touch you need for your next level of glory. Hallelujah! #prayingnow #prayer #wehavemoved #opening #blessings #affirmationtrain #ministry #glorified #loveworld #flourish #worship #wordatwork #win #wordfest #thankyoupastorchris #wordfest2020

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2 Cor 3:18 The word of God is the mirror of God... His mirror shows us QUALITY. Our true image is in this mirror... the more we look, the more we are transfigured/changed into this glorious image (from glory to glory). Our response: Yes Lord!! #Wordfest2020 #CeAccraGhanaZone

Jesus is Adonai/Jehovah/Yahweh🙌🙌 He is God. John 10:30 Thank you Jesus for this revelation #Wordfest2020 #CeAccraGhanaZone

God is effectually at work in me ... he's prompting/stirring me to will and to have the desire to do. He makes me willing and energizes me to perform/do. (All glory to Jesus... it's not with my own strength but his) #Wordfest2020 #CeAccraGhanaZone

Christ in me is glory restored... God has brought me into fellowship with Him, made me one together with Him and has made me His house(tabernacle). Praise the Lord🙌 #Wordfest2020 #CeAccraGhanaZone

PROPHECY from Our Dear Man of God - Rev. Dr. Chris Oyakhilome Dsc DD (December 2019) Praise God forevermore!!! #PrayingNow #CeAccraGhanaZone #CEUSARegion2 #CESANZP #Perfection

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Selfish prayers (i.e. prayers that seek self interest and not cos of eternal salvation) can't be heard and answered by God. James 4:3 #Wordfest2020 #CeAccraGhanaZone

Selfish prayers (i.e. prayers that seek self interest and not cos of eternal salvation) can't be heard and answered by God. James 4:3 #Wordfest2020 #CeAccraGhanaZone

Phil 2:13 God is working in me::He makes me willing and makes me able to do. God is at work in me every day. This makes me a champion... I'm not ordinary. GOD is working in me... He is at work in me. Praise God 🙌 #Wordfest #CeAccraGhanaZone

Acts 10-11 Mr. Noble man, Mr. Nice man, Mr. Godly man, Mr. Just man does not equate to RIGHTEOUSNESS thus it's not good enough. It is about Christ and what Christ has done not about what you have done or not. A man MUST be born again. #Wordfest #CeAccraGhanaZone

There are 2 aspects of the christ life:: 1.LEGAL ASPECT which is based on the acknowledgment and acting upon the word. AND 2.VITAL ASPECT which is based on our confession cos it's activated by confession. #Wordfest2020 #Wordfest #CeAccraGhanaZone

Jesus came to make FELLOWSHIP with God POSSIBLE; He came to bring us into a RELATIONSHIP with the Father and UNTIL a person gets to KNOW the REALITY of that RELATIONSHIP, that person will actually be practising RELIGION. #Wordfest2020 #CeAccraGhanaZone

2 reasons people sin... 1.Fear 2.Selfishness. But God has brought Faith and Love. Anyone who walks in faith won't live in fear and anyone who loves won't be selfish thus anyone person who walks in faith and love can't sin. #Wordfest2020 #CeAccraGhanaZone

God is righteous and in His righteousness, He's put away man's sin. 1John 1:9 ... confess there means to acknowledge not ask... it's about acknowledging and receiving forgiveness not asking and waiting to be forgiven cos God's already done it. 🙌🙌🙌 #Wordfest #CeAccraGhanaZone

Man lost God's presence when he disobeyed God..1st dark day (to see man that He love and made in his image being driven out of his presence) But God made a provision by sending Jesus to be THE WAY to get man back to HIS Presence and now has made us the way.🥳🙌 #Wordfest #AccraGH

“JUST WALK OUT!” – PASTOR CHRIS OYAKHILOME. And if Christ be in you, the body is dead because of sin; but the Spirit is life because of righteousness (Romans 8:10). The Bible tells us how on a certain day, the Apostle Peter went through the quarters, visiting the saints at Lydda. There he found a certain man named Aeneas, who was sick of the palsy and was bedridden for eight long years. He had received the Gospel in that condition and believed in Jesus Christ. But when Peter came to him and saw him lying paralyzed on the bed, he said: “Aeneas, Jesus maketh thee whole: arise, and make thy bed” (Acts 9:34), and immediately the man stood up healed. Peter didn’t pray for the man; he didn’t have to. All he did was to give him the Gospel in a nutshell; he said “Aeneas, Jesus makes you well.” That’s what the Gospel message can do in the life of anyone who receives it. Peter realized that the life of Christ in Aeneas was all the latter needed to overcome paralysis. No wonder our opening scriptures says, “And if Christ be in you, the body is dead because of sin; but the Spirit is life because of righteousness” (Romans 8:10). As a Christian you can walk out of any condition that’s contrary to the Word of God concerning you. You don’t have any business remaining one more day in that painful, pitiful or unfavourable condition! Just get up and walk out of it. You can walk out of sickness, poverty, lack and want! All you have to do is stop thinking, talking and acting like the man who’s sick, poor and in lack. On the contrary, start thinking and talking and acting like the man who is healthy, strong, rich, prosperous and victorious in Christ Jesus! That’s the way to walk out of your limitations. Those around you may have known you as the man or woman who always complained of being broke or sick, but now, you’ve changed your language and mannerisms! All they hear you say now is who you are in Christ; you’ve walked out on the devil and the imitations of life! Glory to God! #prayingnow #miracles #boldness #imcc2020 #eastersunday #rejoice #affirmationtrain #talkingsession #healingschool #thankyoupastorchris

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TURN YOUR FACE AWAY FROM MEN – PASTOR CHRIS OYAKHILOME. Then he turned his face to the wall, and prayed unto the LORD, saying, I beseech thee, O LORD, remember, now how I have walked before thee in truth and with a perfect heart, and have done that which is good in thy sight. And Hezekiah wept sore (2 Kings 20:2-3). Our opening scripture shows us what King Hezekiah did when he was in a fix; he had just received a death sentence from God through the Prophet Isaiah. But rather than giving up, he turned his face to the wall in prayer unto the Lord. In other words, he turned away from men and turned to God, and God heard him. There’re times you may find yourself confronted with a difficult situation. For example, you were served eviction notice, and now you need a new accommodation urgently. Or maybe you’ve been out of a job and have been in desperate search for one to no avail. You’ve wailed, lamented, complained, and solicited help from everyone you knew; particularly those you thought could help, and yet nothing changed. It’s time you turned your face away from men! Stop talking to men about the situation. You already told “everybody” and they couldn’t do anything about it. So stop talking to them. Instead turn to the Lord in prayer. God alone has the ability to supply all that you need according to His riches in glory (Philippians 4:19). 1 Peter 5:7 (AMP) says “Casting the whole of your care [all your anxieties, all your worries, all your concerns, once and for all] on Him, for He cares for you affectionately {and} cares about you watchfully.” In Psalm 50:15, He said, “…call upon me in the day of trouble: I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify me.” The Lord is your “very present” help in times of need (Psalm 46:1); so if you find yourself in a dire situation, all you need do is call on Him. He’s ever willing and delighted to hear your voice and answer your prayers: “For the eyes of the Lord are over the righteous, and his ears are open unto their prayers…” (1 Peter 3:12). The result of Hezekiah’s intense prayer was that not only did God reverse his death sentence; He added fifteen more years to his life (2 Kings 20:6). God is no respecter of persons. If He did it for Hezekiah, He’ll do it for you too, if only you’ll quit seeing men as your source of help and turn to Him in full assurance of faith. Say like the Psalmist “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth…” (Psalm 121:1-2). #istandwithpastorchris #truth #knowledge #alignment #vision400 #affirmationtrain #insight #wisdom #healingschool #FollowPastorChris #talkingsession #thankyoupastorchris #greatness #atmophereofmiracles

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