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David

UNFORGIVING JEHOVAH? (V)

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The heart attitude of Judas, which he could not manage, destroyed him. Matthew 26:21-24 "And as they did eat, he said, Verily I say unto you, that one of you shall betray me." 22)"And they were exceeding sorrowful, and began every one of them to say unto him, Lord, is it I? 23) And he answered and said, He that dippeth his hand with me in the dish, the same shall betray me. 24) The Son of man goeth as it is written of him: but woe unto that man by whom the Son of man is betrayed! it had been good for that man if he had not been born." Read More

PROOF OF POWER (2)

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Being the One who told Abraham to, "Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father's house, unto a land that I will shew thee:" of Genesis 12:1, it then behoves His excellent Divinity to show His Almighty power. God would not allow His covenanted son and friend to lose his wife. The manifestation of His power got Abraham's family protected from Pharaoh's incursion. Why? Satan wanted to scuttle the birth of the next man to receive the baton towards the emergence of the nation of Israel, and ultimately the birth of Jesus. Read More

The Birth Of Jesus

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From its Hebrew origin, David is dâvid or dâvı̂yd (daw-veed') meaning: 'beloved or loving.' The Greek calls it Dabid (dab-eed'). The Incarnation is the product of God’s unfeigned love for the fallen man. So it must involve David. If Jesus is the prophesied King of kings then it is germane that His human ancestors should come from a majestic lineage. Jesus will be the conqueror. His lineage must be of a military conquering David. As David replaced the first king who failed to please God, so must Jesus replace the first Adam whose spiritual inadequacy plunged us all into sin. Jesus is truly about God’s expression of an eternal love. Amen! Read More

REVEREND CHRIS OKOTIE (five)

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My Prince looks so good so much that you cannot believe that he is three scores years old. Your pulchritude, my dear Pastor, is a divine beneficence. Your modish sense is Solomonic exemplum. Indeed, only a man full of sapient ingenuity like Pastor Chris Okotie luxuriates in triumphal accomplishments. You fear the Lord, you love the LORD God, no wonder you are like David, the one HE has seen to lead in paths of righteousness that exalts a nation. If Moses, Samuel, David and Solomon all held spiritual and political posts concurrently in their respective days, what, I ask is wrong with Rev. Chris Okotie's intention to run for the political Presidency of Nigeria, his dear country? I just love your swag. Thank you for being my pastor!Read More

Get Jesus Involved (2)

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Daniel involved Jesus when he opened the window towards Jerusalem in Daniel 6:10 for he remembered the 1Kings 8:44 supplication of Solomon. He had, from his teenage days, been involving the Christ, when he rejected the king's food of idolatry. And by time he had become an elderly man Daniel's involvement with the LORD was total. He had come to an absolute trust in Jehovah and did not want to depart from Him.Read More

NO COMPROMISE (one)

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It is a well-known fact that Job was, personally, guiltless of the predicament he found himself. He faced his trials with a certain equanimity. Tribulations are good for us. They teach us how to wear the fitting robe of patience. It is getting worse these days after six thousand years of Adam's unfortunate act that has plunged man into this quaggy state of depravity.Read More

OF TRIALS AND TROUBLES (3rd part)

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When it came to the lust of the eyes and of the flesh and the heart David did not take his eyes off beautiful Bathsheba. The muscle between his legs i.e. his flesh forced its way into the woman, another man's wife.Read More

THE DESTINATION OF YOUR DESTINY (2)

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Those who know Him are expected to come without delay. The woman with the issue of blood trailed her Destiny, having the prerequisite faith. Faith spurred her on. Destiny is the distance between point A of the commencement of the journey and the eventual point B of your destination.Read More

….FROM THE WORD OF GOD. (Part one)

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Christians do not value God's Word at all: for if all children of God place a certain premium on the inherent power of His Word, things will be ordered in a fashion that will place us in the vanguard of every earthly endeavour. A small boy, called David, an Old Testament saint, made the Word of God his fulcrum, culminating in the successful victories all his life.Read More