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FIVE LESSONS FROM THE STORY OF THE FIG TREE

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FIVE LESSONS FROM THE STORY OF THE FIG TREE

The Book of Mark 11:12-21 revealed the story of a fig tree that was cursed for not bearing fruits. The book of Luke 13:6-9 tells the story of another fig tree that didn’t produce but wasn’t caused nor cut down. There are several lessons to note from the stories of the fig trees. Bearing Fruits:…

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How Should Christians Handle Besetting Sins?

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How Should Christians Handle Besetting Sins?

Hebrews 12:1b let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us One of the great Christian classics is a devotional booklet written by Saint Thomas à Kempis called The Imitation of Christ. In that book he…

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RCCG February 2019 Holy Ghost Service Sermon– SWIMMING IN GLORY 2

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RCCG February 2019 Holy Ghost Service Sermon– SWIMMING IN GLORY 2

Prayer: Father, from this moment, remove every garment of shame from my life. Arise – What does it mean – Arise means different things to different people. It’s all a matter of where you are. The Arise mentioned in Isaiah chapter 60 vs 1 is not a plea, it is a command. What does Arise…

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10 THINGS YOU MUST PRAY FOR THIS NEW YEAR

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10 THINGS YOU MUST PRAY FOR THIS NEW YEAR

The grace to continue in the ways of the Lord and never look back: after you have given your life to Christ and forgiven of your sins, going back to your sinful nature will make you even more vulnerable to the attack of the enemy – John 5:14…Behold, thou art made whole: sin no more,…

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RCCG Fasting and Prayer 2019

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RCCG Fasting and Prayer 2019

The annual RCCG Fasting and Prayer starts on Friday January 11, 2019 and ends Thursday February 28, 2019 (49 days) You can go on 49 days for the normal fasting and prayers or 21 days for the dry fast. Prayer points: Nigeria; Prayer for mercy RCCG; Divine Insurance Get the prayer guide for the 49…

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RCCG JANUARY 2019 HOLY GHOST SERVICE – SWIMMING IN GLORY (SERMON)

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RCCG JANUARY 2019 HOLY GHOST SERVICE – SWIMMING IN GLORY (SERMON)

THEME: SWIMMING IN GLORY MINISTER: PASTOR E.A ADEBOYE TEXT: ISAIAH 60:1-3 Prayer: Father, give me a new year present today. What does Happy New Year mean to you? To some people it means I will become an adult this year. To some it means I will graduate this year. To some it means my promotion…

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Who is the Greatest in the Kingdom of God? Matthew 18:1

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Who is the Greatest in the Kingdom of God? Matthew 18:1

Matthew 18 is the fourth sermon in the Gospel of Matthew. Luz calls this section “The Community Discourse” and points out it is not “church handbook” (Luz, Matthew 18-20, 421). Nolland begins the unit with 17:22 and says Matthew is concerned with the “status and behavior in the ‘royal family’” (Nolland, Matthew, 730). If the…

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WHO IS JESUS? What you need to know about the Son of God.

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WHO IS JESUS? What you need to know about the Son of God.

As we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, it is apt to bring to our knowledge or perhaps reminder whom the Savior is. Jesus is the image of God, first of every creation – Jesus Christ is everything God is and by Him were all things created. Colossians 1: 15 Who is the…

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RCCG DECEMBER 2018 HOLY GHOST CONGRESS – GLORY AHEAD

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RCCG DECEMBER 2018 HOLY GHOST CONGRESS – GLORY AHEAD

RCCG DECEMBER 2018 HOLY GHOST CONGRESS THEME: GLORY AHEAD MINISTERING: PASTOR E.A ADEBOYE TEXT: COLOSSIAN 1:27 Prayer: Father, tonight in my life manifest your glory. Col: 1vs 27 Christ in you could mean several things. It could mean Christ is dwelling in you, which means you have another name; I am the habitation of Christ….

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Lead Us Not Into Temptation – Matthew 6:13: The Actual Meaning

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Lead Us Not Into Temptation – Matthew 6:13: The Actual Meaning

This line of the Lord’s Prayer does not mean, “Don’t let us be tempted.” but rather “do not let us yield to temptation.” Craig Blomberg draws attention to a similar saying in Mark 14:38, “pray that you do not come under temptation” (Blomberg, Matthew, 120). Temptation is a fact of being human and is unavoidable…

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