Waiting on the LORD

by Omolola Oriogun

I left graduate school believing that very soon I would have a job, career, ministry… something that I would feel fulfilled in and gain experience from. I just believed everything will work out the way I’ve planned it. I believed that two years after working, I’d get married and start building my own home.

With my mentor in the car with me from an outing, we were talking about knowing what one is supposed to do with one’s life, and I asked her, “How do I know that where I am is exactly where I should be in life, and also, is it wrong, planning my own life?” Continue reading

Principles of Blessing

by Omolola Oriogun

My spiritual father once told me that, ‘If you want to experience and live in GOD’s true blessings, then, obedience to GOD and HIS word is  paramount.’  He made me understand that the first few chapters of the book of Proverbs contain Solomon’s fatherly advice to young people. But when I started reading them I can clearly hear our Heavenly Father’s advice to all of HIS children. Continue reading

We Believe in Pastors more than we believe in God!

by Miss Mo

My South African sister after watching the famous “power enter” video that came out December 2011, documenting a pastor having intercourse with a married woman in the name of miracles said to me, “but Mo, why do we believe in pastors more than we believe in God?” For me, it was absurd because I wondered how in the world anyone could lure me into such a situation no matter the how bad the circumstances are, that’s one of the reasons God gave us knees I believe. Fast forward a few months, the Coza scandal and the recent story of a man in America who shot a pastor for sleeping with the killer’s wife and impregnating the killer’s daughter and many more that can’t be mentioned  here. Begs the question, how do people even get into these situations? Continue reading

The Law of Confession

by Omolola Oriogun

I’ve come to realise that confessing the word of GOD in situations most times works, more than anything else. Sometime ago I was diagnosed to have acute ulcer, a blown kidney, massive fibroid and different other ailments. I remember vividly that when the Doctor told my Mom and I all those things that we both rejected it vehemently. It’s not because I wasn’t in pains but I believed GOD’s report rather than Doctor’s report.

You may wonder did I really have all the Doctor said I had. Continue reading

Is It True?

summary of a message preached by Pastor Dele Oyeleru of TCBC, Ejigbo

Now these were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica, for they received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so (Acts 17:11 NASB).

It’s your responsibility and right to check what if what a preacher says is what God has said in His word. Don’t believe the heresy that you can’t question or verify a sermon you heard in church. Continue reading

God’s Boldness

Adapted from Pathway To His Presence by John and Lisa Bevere

For God has not given us the spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline, 2 TIMOTHY 1:7

Have you ever been intimidated? The goal of intimidation is to make us give up our authority, which renders our gifts inoperative. Then we are reduced to operating in our own limited strength and ability. Usually our position changes from offensive to defensive. Then, aware that we are venerable, we retreat even further to what is comfortable and safe. Continue reading

GOD is knocking

by Omolola Oriogun

“What did you say happened to my wife, 3 children, younger brother and sister-in-law? I don’t seem to understand what you are saying. GOD won’t do this to me, all my family dead?, burnt in fire. I don’t think GOD will do this to me..” *weeping bitterly*

“Mr. Evangelist, hold on please. The LORD understands it all sir and we believe HE will make you understand too.”  

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Closer Than You Think

by Yewande Olamiju

Each day that goes by brings us closer day by day, to Jesus’ soon return.

Jesus said, “for the Son of Man is coming at an hour when you do not think He will” (Matt 24:44).

2 Peter 3:10 says, But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night .

Jesus spoke of people still working in the fields or at the mill when they’ll be taken in the Rapture (Luke 17:34-36, Matt 24:42-44). Continue reading