This post challenges you to embrace the blessing of the LORD in all of it’s fullness, and begin to enjoy the abundant life that God has designed for you. In it, Pastor WD Favour asserts that “the blessing of the LORD is not a thing – like money, houses, lands, or any other material property for that matter. The blessing of the LORD is a Person. As a matter of fact, the blessing of the LORD is the Spirit of God.”
The pursuit of God is the greatest of all pursuits.
Our meeting seemed more like a therapy session. Everyone was expected to tell their own stories about their personal walks with God, the challenges so far and how the challenges can be overcome.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1obtJQREOfs When I returned home last month from my first overseas mission trip for 2010, my wife, Sharon, who pastors our church in Nigeria, told me of a very interesting presentation by one of our home churches during the period I was away. When I asked if it was recorded on video, she said that […]
It is a dangerous mistake to judge others solely on the basis of the observable facts of their lives
In times like this, we must open our eyes, our hearts, our arms, and our pocket books, to the world around us. Don’t blame the victims, rather show God’s love.
The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the ultimate master stroke of the genius of God. And it is my personal experience of this mystery of substitution that has kept me strong in Jesus Christ amidst all the contradictions and hypocrisies of the religion called Christianity.
A personal, intimate, and passionate relationship with Jesus Christ is one thing, the religion called Christianity is another. The difference is comparable to that between light and darkness.
think it’s important to state from the onset that I cannot reconcile my Christian faith with the religion called Christianity. So I’ve stopped trying. To be a Christian and to be a member of the religion called Christianity do not mean the same to me. I do not believe that Christianity is my religion because I do not consider my Christian faith to be a religion. Consequently, for me, to be a Christian does not mean to be a member of the religion called Christianity.