The Spirit of Life – I

The campaign against suicide is one major event I will ever remember as a one-time student in the premises of Wageningen UR, The Netherlands. When members of the Evangelism Unit of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Amazing Grace Parish, Wageningen, heard the news of a student who committed suicide in one of the hostels,Continue reading “The Spirit of Life – I”

Citizens of Heaven – II

Like I stated in the first part of this discourse, God extended His Kingdom to planet earth and has placed His citizens in the earthly colony to subdue it (Genesis 1:28). The Bible tells us that God blessed Adam and Eve to replenish, dominate and subdue the earth. This blessing was to pass from AdamContinue reading “Citizens of Heaven – II”

Citizens of Heaven – I

The children of Israel enjoyed great provisions and privileges from God in the land of Goshen. They were exempted from every plague the Egyptians suffered (Exodus 9:26). At some point, Goshen had the light of God while other parts of Egypt were in total darkness for three days. This depicts the two existing kingdoms –Continue reading “Citizens of Heaven – I”

Walking through Obstacles

So many people are faced with resistance or obstacles as they strive to advance in life. Obstacles could be satanic devices and agents aimed at truncating ones progress in ministry, business, career or any other life endeavor. For example, unfriendly laws, policies and environments of a particular nation or community can be an obstacle toContinue reading “Walking through Obstacles”

Christ’s Prisoner – IV

Living for Christ “For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” Philippians 1:21 Apostle Paul made this statement of commitment and consecration as a life prisoner of Christ. He made up his mind to live for, live with, live about and live through Christ. He made the statement from his heart as determination to sacrificeContinue reading “Christ’s Prisoner – IV”

Despising Your Birthright

One key lesson every child of God should draw from Esau’s sale of his birthright to Jacob is placing value on the privileges that come with the new birth or rebirth. In Genesis 25:29-34, the Bible tells us how Esau traded his birthright for a portion of stew because of hunger. That is how manyContinue reading “Despising Your Birthright”

Submitting to God’s Righteousness

Each time I study Matthew 22:1-14, I wonder why the king in the ‘parable of the marriage of the king’s son’ should direct his servants to bind and take away an invitee who was not wearing a wedding garment. Upon the king’s directive, his servants went out to the highways to gather all that wereContinue reading “Submitting to God’s Righteousness”