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Lean not on your own understanding

Since the creation of man, man has always wanted to have things his own way. Often, he feels, his ways are the best. Sometimes no matter how well you try to get him to understand the truth (JN 17:17), man will still tell you that he knows best. What man often fails to understand is that, he is a created being, created by someone greater than him. The simple question now is; can the creature be greater than the creator? If your answer is no, then why spend your quality time leaning on your own understanding as opposed to trusting in God, who is your maker and knows the best for you.

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Pastor Adeboye

Divine fruitfulness is God’s desire for mankind- Adeboye

GENERAL Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has described divine fruitfulness as God’s mandate and desire for mankind, especially for those who are His true children of God, submissive and willing to do His will. Pastor Adeboye made this known while delivering a sermon at a monthly special prayer meeting organised for pregnant women, youths, singles and their families at the National Headquarters of RCCG, Throne of Grace Parish, Ebute-Metta, Lagos.

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Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State distributing the goods to beneficiaries.

Charity as a way of life

Love is a strong bond that binds. It is a unifying factor; the true essence that brings people together and enable them live in harmony, devoid of all forms of rancour. We need love in all aspects of our lives, from the homefront to the larger society. But for love to be truly effective, it must be embedded in charity, which is the theolo-gical virtue by which we love God above all things for his own sake, and our neighbor as ourselves for the love of God.

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New CAN President, Rev Ayokunle

Ayokunle takes over CAN, says we‘re not anti-govt, but…

ABUJA – THE newly-inaugurated president of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Dr. Samson Ayokunle, has declared that the association under his watch would not be anti-government, but will not patronize government. He said though CAN would be a partner in progress, they would not fail to speak against the excesses of politi-cal leadership, even when the situation is not favourable for the truth.

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Nigerian Police

How Police attacked Ahiara Catholic parishioners

THE Administration of Ahiara Catholic Diocese, Mbaise, Imo State, has deplored the invasion of the Cathedral by the Imo State Police Command, which it said unleashed a violent attack on a large number of the Catholic faithful who had gathered seeking God’s intervention in the long-festering bishopric crisis in the diocese. This follows the allegation made by the Imo State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Taiwo Lakanu that youths of the diocese set up bonfires, barricaded the highway and disrupted the peace of the town when the national president of Catholic Women Organisation, CWO, Mrs. Agnes Erogunaye, visited St. Rose Catholic Church, a parish in the diocese.

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Apostle Suleman

God’s stand on Biafra is peace, not violence — Apostle Johnson Suleman

The General Overseer of the Auchi, Edo State-based Omega Fire Ministries International (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleman, has admonished Nigerians and their leaders to shed the toga of pride if the nation must move forward in truth and virtue even as he hinted on plans by “men of God to” intercede on behalf of the nation in search of peace and economic progress.

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