Psalm 56 : 3 -4
But when I am afraid, I will put my trust in you. I praise God for what he has promised. I trust in God, so why should I be afraid? What can mere mortals do to me?
How do we fight fear, doubt and uncertainty? By Declaring our trust in God, not for people to see how “religious” we are, but to draw our hearts closer to him, just as he intended!
Let this Podcast bless you and bless others as you download and share it! Amen. 🙂
Are you facing something today that seems impossible? With man it may be, but with God, ALL things are possible. If you seem to be in an impossible situation, get “with God!”
Sometimes it’s so easy to focus on our problems and try to solve them in our own strength. But remember, the battle belongs to the Lord. He has a plan for your victory.
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When i look at these children, my heart wells up with so much emotion. i am so inspired by the joy in their faces, their determination to overlook what we call a disability and do everything kids do, is absolutely endearing. Children always know how to have fun regardless of the situation – that is the blessing of childhood and we, as adults, can learn so much from them. This shows me that these persons we call “disability persons” have much more abilities than the rest of us.
If you have been following up on recent events in the news, you definitely must have come across the various stories about the outbreak of the Ebola Virus. The news that an infected man made his way to an hospital in Nigeria has created fear and panic in everyone and all sorts of stories and rumors abound. Well, here is the basic information you need to know about the Ebola virus and how you can protect yourself.
What Is the Ebola Virus?
Ebola disease—also called Ebola hemorrhagic fever or Ebola fever—is a rare and often fatal illness that humans and nonhuman primates (such as monkeys and gorillas) can contract. There have been several outbreaks of Ebola fever in Africa.
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The Back-To-School Campaign 2014 is geared towards enrolling 5000 kids who were forced to drop out of school due to poverty or have never had the opportunity to attend school. This year, we will be enrolling kids for both the Easter term and the new session in September.
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Occasionally we let someone in, we open the folds of our insecurity and give access to the darkest parts of us. We hand over the key, and it’s terrifying. And sometimes they bump into a raw nerve, they say a callous insensitive remark, they ridicule a strange notion we have, they poke at our dreams just a bit. It hurts pretty bad and we push them out and fold up fast. We remind ourselves, “This is why I don’t let anyone in.” And we run.
Continue reading “INTIMACY; What It Really Is All About.”
Imagine if 4 million people who don’t know you and have never even met you voted you the world’s ugliest woman? And thousands of others give you tips on how you should kill yourself because according to them, you will be doing the world a favor?
All this and more happened to Lizzie Velasquez. She was born premature only 2 pounds and 10 ounces and has a condition that does not have a known diagnosis.
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“Let your light so shine before men that they may see your moral excellence and your praiseworthy, noble, and good deeds and recognize and honor and praise and glorify your Father Who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:16, AMP)
I know people who can quote half the Bible and pray two hours a day, but they have no influence or credibility because they’re sloppy in the workplace. They’re always late or wasting time. They’re not productive. They’re not efficient. No one will even listen to them.
Continue reading “Don’t Settle For Mediocrity”
LoveWorld Music Ministry Durban Group – “In His Presence Chapter One CD” has been nominated for Group/Choir of The Year 2014 (AGMA Awards UK) – Africa Gospel Music Awards.
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I really don’t know what people say when they write birthday speeches. This is not a birthday speech anyway. It’s the expression of what my reality is, at this time in my life’s journey.
20 years ago, I was an eager, impressionable young woman excited to be finally out of the “teen” label. I had hopes, expectations and big dreams for my future.
Continue reading “30 Years And Going Strong… Season 2 Episode 1”
Psalm1: 1 – 3 (TLB)
Oh, the joys of those who do not follow evil men’s advice, who do not hang around with sinners, scoffing at the things of God. 2 But they delight in doing everything God wants them to, and day and night are always meditating on his laws and thinking about ways to follow him more closely.
3 They are like trees along a riverbank bearing luscious fruit each season without fail. Their leaves shall never wither, and all they do shall prosper.
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Why does it sometimes feel like God is far away, just when we need to feel His presence the most? Would God really disappear in our greatest time of need? In this clip, Pastor Steven Furtick shows us through the story of Moses and the Red Sea that God is always fighting for us, and He can use our difficult situations to draw us towards Him, stretching our faith and increasing His glory in the process.
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Yemi Olutoye Writes…
A flimsy thought. Should I do it or should I not. I don’t want to do it but it’s like this bad habit has taken over. The devil encourages you, ‘it just a simple lie, just do it,’ ‘the pornographic video is 5 minutes, open the link’ A Christian should have the right to sin once in a while na, after all you have been serving God faithfully all this years now…
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So I attended the service on Kingdom finance principles at the waterbrook church and I must say it was an eye-opener. The cherry on top for me is the fact that most churches in Nigeria will hardly tell you how to plan, save and budget to ensure that you do not run into financial quagmire. What we are used to is long sermons on “dangerous giving” and the sowing of “earth-shattering” seeds. But how to work and organize your personal finances smartly so that you can have money to give? Nobody seems to be ready to tell us that.
Continue reading “Kingdom Investments With Femi Edun At The WaterBrook”