THE MODEL WALL FOR TODAY’S CHURCH

THE MODEL WALL FOR TODAY’S CHURCH

Our walls (spiritual leaders) are cringing, collapsing and crumbling before the enemy today because many of them are not built on a sure, firm and solid foundation of the apostles with Jesus Christ being the Chief Cornerstone.

God is calling all those in the leadership position in our churches today to prayerfully and carefully examine their spiritual foundation – its depth and nature. This starts with examining your life to be sure that you are genuinely born again through faith alone in the person of Jesus Christ and His finished work…

COMFORT THE FAINTHEARTED

COMFORT THE FAINTHEARTED

Like Job’s friends, we are often too quick to judge, criticize and condemn our friends and brethren in Christ in their time of sufferings, miseries, trials or tribulations.

Most times we unjustly despise or disdain our fellow believers experiencing or going through tough times and situations, seeing them as being sinful, unfaithful to God, unwise, spiritually immature, undiscerning and weak, or slothful in fasting and prayer. That may not always be the case as seen in the case of Job!

TAKE YOUR REST IN THE LORD

TAKE YOUR REST IN THE LORD

The word “rest” in the Hebrew “damam” literarily means “to be dumb.” This implies “to stop, to cease, to hold peace, to quiet self, to be silent, to be still, to tarry or wait.”

To take rest in the Lord therefore imply: “to stop from struggling to please God through the works of the law; to cease from fear, worries and anxieties about anything; to hold your peace in the midst of troubles, trusting in the Lord’s help; to quiet yourself and refuse to be upset, restless or agitated in the days of adversities; and to be still and wait upon the Lord for divine instructions when under pressures to act…

GOD’S BEST FOR YOU

GOD’S BEST FOR YOU

The longest miracle recorded in the Bible is the daily rain of manna in the wilderness for forty years to sustain the children of Israel in the wilderness while they were journeying to the Promised Land.

Obviously, God didn’t intend for the children of Israel to live on the “miracle-food” (manna) all the days of their lives. It was only meant to be a temporary sustenance for them in their time of crisis. Similarly, in our times of crises God will gladly give us the miracles we need to deliver us or sustain us temporarily, but He does not intend for us or expect us to live on miracles for the rest of our lives…

BEWARE OF PRESUMPTUOUSNESS

BEWARE OF PRESUMPTUOUSNESS

David’s exuberance and excitement to bring the ark of God into the city of David was brought to an abrupt sad end when God struck Uzzah dead for putting his hands on the ark to prevent it from falling when the oxen carrying the ark stumbled.

As a result of the sad incidence, David became angry, sad, fearful and confused. Therefore, he sought God to know what went wrong and why God killed Uzzah. It is also wisdom for us today to find out why God struck Uzzah…

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