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Miracles, Signs And Wonders!

on Mar 26 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Scriptures, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

“And by the hands of the apostles were many signs and wonders wrought among the people…” Acts 5:12.

Miracles, signs and wonders are three terminologies in the scriptures that are used to somewhat describe or label the supernatural, but the question is:

Is there a difference between miracles, signs and wonders? If there is, what is the distinguishing factor?

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Today’s Question!

on Mar 23 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Scriptures, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

The concept of sin is a subject that appears somewhat controversial. Taking a quick view into this theme, our question for today is:

What is the benchmark for defining sin?

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Faith Versus Hope

on Mar 19 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Scriptures, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1)

Inasmuch as there’s been so much teaching on the subject of faith, there’s still something important to know about faith and hope. Few people still interchangeably misunderstand faith and hope but there’s a clear variance between the two themes.

What is the difference between faith and hope? And how can you differentiate both?

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Talents And Spiritual Gifts!

on Mar 19 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Scriptures, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

When it comes to Spiritual gifts and talents, some believers may clump the two into one category as though they are synonymous with one another. In reality, there are several scenarios where people may have talents similar to their Spiritual gifts. There seem to be some similarities and differences between the two terminologies!

What is talent?

What is a Spiritual gift?

Can a person possess both qualities?

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Mothers’ Day

on Mar 17 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Scriptures, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

A mother is someone who loves unconditionally and places the needs of her children above her own, on a personal level, and not only with words, but also actions. A mother’s touch is true, loving and passionate and Mothers’ Day is another golden opportunity for you to celebrate your mother. “The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down.” Proverbs 14:1.

I know my mother is the best in the world, second to none. She’s full of wisdom, full of the Holy Ghost, loving and tender.

What about yours? What do you best appreciate about your mother?

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Perfection: Join This Discussion Forum!

on Mar 16 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

Is perfection impossible? Can one be perfect and do things perfectly?

Does the Bible suggest the possibility of perfection? How do you know that you are perfect?

Can I be perfect always? How do you measure perfection?

Think about this and Post your thoughts on how you measure perfection and how you keep being perfect and excellent in your life.

March: The Month of Mounting!

on Mar 09 in Hot & Sizziling, Pastor Chris Live, Sharing, Theme For The Month, Uncategorized tagged by

Pastor Chris at the March Global Communion Service, announced March 2015 to be the “Month of Mounting”. Before declaring this, Pastor shared thoughts from the Spirit of God that the word brought in the month of Focus:

1. Clarity of Mission: “One of the things that would have gotten to you if you have stocked and focused on the message in the month of February is clarity of mission”, Pastor said. The man of God, Pastor Chris admonished the global congregants to find out their mission in life if they don’t know it, so you can be bold to say, “I am a man on a mission”. In Mark 16:15-16, Jesus sent the disciples on a mission with an aim and hope for the Gospel we preach. “Don’t live for nothing and don’t live for yourself”, Pastor Chris reiterated.

2. Stability: The Bible in 1 Corinthians 15:58 and James 5:8, admonish us to be firm in our faith, unmovable, patient and steadfast. “Get stability into your life through the word, be firm with the message of the ministry bearing it in mind that your service and labour of love is not in vain”, the man of God, Pastor Chris iterated. The Bible says in 1 Peter 4:7 that the end of all things is at hand, for you to be alert and of sober mind. Do not desert the one that brought you the message. The Bible talks about winds of evil that will blow across the world in these last days, but there is only one wind we follow and that is the wind of the Spirit.

The man of God Pastor Chris as led by the Spirit of God instructed the worldwide audience to spend copious amounts of time praying in tongues this month. “As we speak in tongues, we will mount to higher levels by the Spirit of God”, Pastor Chris reaffirmed.

Hallelujah! It’s our Mouth of Mounting.

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Positioning Yourself Rightly!

on Feb 15 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

“So will the words that come out of my mouth not come back empty-handed. They’ll do the work I sent them to do, they’ll complete the assignment I gave them“- Isaiah 55:11(MSG)

It’s remarkable to know that Jesus said His words are spirit and life. They never return to him void. When that word comes to you, it is set to accomplish that which is said. However, there are actions to take into consideration to receive all that God ministers to you in any meeting.

One of such is to be punctual for the meeting. Punctuality is very key if you really expect to have your expectations met. You must endeavor to be prompt and early because it places you at the advantage point; the Spirit of God can minster to you at any point of the meeting. So don’t be late; else you may arrive just after your appointed time.

Also you should participate fully in every segment of the meeting. The Bible says in Romans 10:17(KJV), “So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God”. It is very vital that you get yourself involved in every segment of the service; starting from the opening prayers all the way to the benediction. This is very pivotal to your receiving as God may communicate to you anytime.

Be sure to come back with a testimony if you put these points to work.

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Receiving From Him!

on Feb 13 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

In Hosea 10:12(NIV), the Bible says, “Sow righteousness for yourselves, reap the fruit of unfailing love, and break up your unplowed ground; for it is time to seek the LORD, until he comes and showers his righteousness on you”.

Every opportunity to hear the Word is another awesome time to be impacted by God’s Spirit. However, it is imperative for you to be adequately prepared to receive God’s Word. So you may ask, “How do I prepare?”

Firstly, it is important that you prayerfully prepare. The place of prayer cannot be over-emphasized. Prayer is more than communication with God, it’s a fellowship. Prayer helps to condition your spirit to be in sync with God. In other words, your spirit is conditioned to become a dependable receptacle of his ideas, visions and promptings. The Spirit of God may lead you to fast and pray; this is also pivotal to your preparations. Have a clear focus and expectation. This will help guide your prayer study and meditation sessions.

The Bible says in Psalms 119:130, “The entrance of thy words giveth light; it giveth understanding unto the simple”; so it is pertinent that you pay rapt attention and as much as possible. Keep away from all forms of distractions; set your focus and affection on the Word.

If you train yourself now to respond to Him like this, you’ll hear and receive from Him expressly.

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The True Meaning Of Love!

on Feb 10 in Discussion, Hot & Sizziling, Sharing, Uncategorized tagged by

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life”. John 3:16

The word love is a term that means different things to different people. Individuals have their perceptions and definition of love; ascribing to it their own meaning.
To some love is all about passion, feelings and romance; to others it’s all about showing care and affection towards a person of interest. The Word of God gives a true meaning of love.

What to you is the true meaning of love according to the scriptures?

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