Saturday August 23rd, 2014
Saturday August 23rd, 2014
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Fashola sues for vigilance

  /   in Worship 9:26 pm   /   Comments

Babatunde Raji Fashola

Lagos State governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), has enjoined Nigerians to be vigilant and report any unusual occurrence in their neighbour-hood to security agencies, saying it is only by such collective vigilance that the security of the country and the state could be ensured.

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Be joyful

  /   in The Voice of Christ Reality 5:52 pm   /   Comments

Dancers perform during a rehearsal at a dance school in Lagos AFP PHOTO

Too many people walk around with their heads bowed down like a bulrush. To them it is as if the whole world is against them. Whatever they do does not seem to prosper.

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RCCG holds ministers’ retreat

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THE Region 13 of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG)holds a Ministers Retreat tomorrow at the Regional Camp Ground, Benin City, Edo State.

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BOOK SERIAL: Winning the mind game of life, by Tunji Odugbesan

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THE Bible categorically states that there was a first day (Gen. 1:5). The pertinent question is: —Where was God (and the angels and demons) before this first day? For God to have commanded light, HE (God) must have been in existence before then. The Bible itself answers this question for us; first off, in respect of God and (by extension) in respect of all the other spirits.

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Nigerian family presents Easter Oblata to the Pope

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ON Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014 history was made under the new Pope as a Nigerian family, Chief & Mrs Tony Chukwu was chosen to present the Resurrection Service Oblata on behalf of the 1.2 billion Catholic faithful at the St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City.

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Fix power, Nigerians’ll come to invest—US-based preacher

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DOCTOR Paul Vincent, an Abia State-born Nigerian Preacher, is a Captain/Chaplain in the United State’s Army. He is a US citizen. In this interview with our JIMITOTA ONOYUME in Port Harcourt, Dr. Vincent spoke on the success of Nigerians in diaspora, their expectations from their home government and burning political issues.

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WUKARI PEACE DEAL: Cleric says it’s deceitful

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FOLLOWING a break out of another clash in Wukari Local Government in Taraba State, President of Christian Reformed Church of Nigeria, CRCN, Rev. Caleb Ahima, has raised concerns about a purported peace deal at the instance of the acting governor, Mr. Garba Umar.

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Don’t let your mistakes stop you

  /   in The Voice of Christ Reality 5:42 pm   /   Comments

So many people have been frustrated in life, marriages, families, business and careers because of a mistake they made in the past. Thus, they say to themselves that they can never make it in life. They do not see themselves any better than the mistake they have made. The truth of it all is that the mistake is nothing compared to who you really are and can be tomorrow. Though your now may be small yet your latter end shall greatly increase.

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Miracles at AVMCC’s Jesus Festival, Chosen’s Rainy Easter

  /   in Worship 12:07 am   /   Comments

EASTER, also called Pasch (Latin: Pascha), a moveable feast celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, comes once in a year.

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BOOK SERIAL: Winning the mind game of life, by Tunji Odugbesan

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THE Bible categorically states that there was a first day (Gen. 1:5). The pertinent question is: —Where was God (and the angels and demons) before this first day? For God to have commanded light, HE (God) must have been in existence before then. The Bible itself answers this question for us; first off, in respect of God and (by extension) in respect of all the other spirits. In Isaiah 57:15a, the Bible says God inhabits eternity (KJV). But was that where He was before the first day? The idea of living forever, or what is also referred to as eternity, denotes a situation of His living for all time. ALL time consists of a combination of the past, the present and the future.

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Martins urges Govt to address insecurity

  /   in Worship 12:08 am   /   Comments

Speaking at a Chrism Mass held at Holy Cross Cathedral, Lagos, the Archbishop said government at all levels should be more serious in arresting the security challenge in the country, adding that Nigeria should move from talking and analysing instances of violence and terrorism to strategising on measures to curb them.

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Adeboye tasks youths on hard work

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Adeboye made the charge at a special thank-sgiving/prayer service organized for students by the national headquarters of the church, Throne of Grace, Ebute Metta. According to him, there are several opport-unities for young people who will dare to dream big and work hard to-ward actualizing the dreams with Godly principles.

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What Christians get wrong about the Easter story

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The season of Lent comes with a steady dose of drama. The temptations of Christ get the ball rolling, and then as we journey through His earthly ministry we always have the benefit of knowing how the story of Lent ends: conspiracy, intrigue, betrayal and the scattering of Christ’s friends closely followed by his torture, passion and then death upon the Cross.

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US church honours 5 governors, TB Joshua

  /   in Worship 12:29 am   /   Comments

T.B Joshua

THE Ecumenical Apostolic Church, Virginia USA will on April 26, honour five Nigerian state governors and the General Overseer of Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Joshua as well as the Esama of Benin Kingdom, Chief Gabriel Igbenedion with the Global Award of Excellence.

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RCCG Kings Court moves from prayer to praise

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AT the beginning of the year, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye stunned the Christian world when he announced a 100-days fasting period for members of the church beginning from January 2 to kick-start the new year.

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Nigeria needs spiritual re-armament, says Methodist prelate

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L-R: Methodist Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev. Joseph Ajayi, Prelate of Methodist Church Nigeria, His Eminence Samuel Emeka Uche and Connexional Secretary for Evangelism and Discipleship, Bishop Edoka Amuta at the media chat.

DETERMINED to fulfill a self-imposed four-point agenda of growing Methodist Church Nigeria spiritually, numerica-lly, financially and infrastruct-urally, new prelate of the church, His Eminence Samuel Emeka Uche Wednesday ann-ounced plans to hold a city wide crusade in Lagos.

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Death toll rises as Fulani herdsmen kill Christians

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File Photo: A car burns at the scene of a bomb explosion at St. Theresa Catholic Church at Madalla, Suleja, on December 25, 2011.

World Watch Monitor reports Fulani herdsmen have destroy-ed more than 20 church-es during attacks on communities in Benue State. The death toll has now surpassed 150 following last weeks’ vicious attacks on Christian villages in Nigeria. During 2014 violent assaults on Christians in Nigeria’s northern and central states has dramatically increased.

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Methodist Church, Ezekwesili lament NIS tragedy

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THE recent death of 19 innocent Nigerians at the Nigerian Immi-gration Service recruitment exercise has continued to attract condemnation with the Methodist Church Nigeria Synod frowning at the unfort-unate and avoidable incidence.

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Church donates N3m to orphanages

  /   in Worship 7:28 pm   /   Comments

DETERMINED to impact lives in the society, Fountain of Praise Ministry recently organised a Worship for Change concert where it donated the sum of N3.1 million to two orphanages, Gods-will Orphanage, Kogi State and Centre for Destitute Empowerment International, Idimu, Lagos

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There is always a way (III)

  /   in Worship 5:55 pm   /   Comments

Every situation and circumstances, no matter how bad, useless or hopeless it may seem, always has a way out of it. Let me ask you a simple question. One plus one is equal to what? You laugh and wonder why should I be asking such a simple question.

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DOS Convention 2014: Discovering to recover

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CHRISTOPHER Balogun is a middle-aged Christian determined to serve God even on a wheel chair. He travelled all the way from Kogi State to Warri in Delta State, a distance of about 250 kilometres to attend the just concluded Daughters of Sarah Internat-ional Convention 2014/Trade Fair

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Debunking the evil fallacy of being born gay

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THE recent signing into law of anti-gay law by Ugandan Head of State, Yoweri Museveni, has generated a lot of interest. The World Bank was reported to have postponed the disburse-ment of some funds to that country. Similar pressure accompanied Nigeria’s signing of a similar bill a few weeks earlier. I

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Protecting children from the scourge of homosexuality

  /   in Worship 9:04 pm   /   Comments

PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan has largely been commended by a cross section of Nigerians for the government’s firm stand against homosexuality. Though political leaders and civil society groups in Europe and America have been up in arms since the bill was signed into law, many Nigerians know better: a number of these world leaders are only supporting same-sex unions for the sake of “political correctness”, so as to win elections.

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There is always a way (II)

  /   in Worship 6:05 pm   /   Comments

Welcome to another teaching of His reality. I am sure that your life has been greatly transformed by the previous teaching on this subject. For today’s teaching, I want you to know that no matter your condition, no matter the forces that are against you, there is a way out for you in Christ Jesus.

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God will change your story (3)

  /   in Worship 10:31 pm   /   Comments

That situation is not permanent. The story will change. The ageless God that is older than the case and has all wisdom will do something about it. Let your heart not be troubled only believe in Him. Do that which He has instructed and you will experience what He only can do.

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Pope emeritus Benedict’s resignation hastened by World Cup

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Pope Benedict XVI (POPE EMERITUS)

The soccer World Cup taking place in Brazil this year indirectly prompted Benedict XVI to bring forward his resignation as pope by a year, his private secretary told a German newspaper Friday.

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Martins decries decaying family values

  /   in Worship 12:10 am   /   Comments

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Catholic Archbishop of the Lagos, Most Rev. Alfred Adewale Martins, has exp-ressed concern over decaying societal values, attributing the current state to persistent decline in marriage and family values, reports William Jimoh

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Beware of false prophets— Lazarus Muoka

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Muoka  says shutdown is advertisement for the church

By SAM EYOBOKA GENERAL Overseer of Lord Chosen Charismatic Revival Ministry, Pastor Lazarus Muoka has contended that there were signs of growing indifference towards God’s Word because of worsening economic conditions in the country. He further contends that the worsening economic conditions had also given rise to false prophets who are devising various unorthodox means

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Northern CAN denies report of backing Atiku’s defection

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CHRISTIAN Association of Nigeria, CAN, in the 19 Northern states and Abuja has disassociated itself from a report endorsing the erstwhile Vice President Atiku Abubakar’s defection to All Progressives Congress, APC, saying that the publication is the figment of the imagination of certain evil minded impostors

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The Voice of Christ reality: God will change your story

  /   in Worship 7:00 pm   /   Comments

Your situation is not beyond redemption. Ever before it started there existed the solution. The devil may lie to you that it cannot be changed and that it is going to become worse. Nevertheless the situation can change. Take the case of the woman with the issue of blood. She was a very wealthy woman but had an issue that ravaged her health and reduced her to a poor woman because of medical expenses.

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The life of thanksgiving

  /   in Worship 12:26 am   /   Comments

One of the keys that will propel your rising is the key of persistent thanksgiving. Thank God that the devil could not stop you despite all he threw at you. For some it was hardship, sickness, loss of job, loss of fortune, death of member of the family, discouragement. For others, it was pain, sorrow, barrenness, unprogressiveness, miscarriages, etc. In the midst of it all, God is still God. There can be no other God like Jehovah that reigneth from eternity to eternity. The truth of the matter is that no matter what you may have lost, God’s intervention is the reason why you did not lose everything. Remember that satan’s ministry is to steal, kill and destroy while Jesus came to give you life and life more abundantly (John 10:10).

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Who is a gospel artiste?

  /   in Worship 7:32 am   /   Comments

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It is true that God calls, but nowadays it seems people are so busy with vain affairs that his glorious callings appears to them as ‘missed call’ amidst the caucus of ‘The-called’ . So, how does one recognize a true gospel artiste?

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