The Value of a Father's watch.
Text: Jn 7:30.
Introduction: Thanks be to God for another day. One of the roles of an earthly father is to watch, defend and shield the seed from his loins. In this his role he may fail at one time or the other not because he wants, but because he doesn't have the capability and capacity as a mortal being. But not with your heavenly father.
The text, Jn 7:30 bring to our knowledge that the Jews sought to kill him but His father watched over him. Why?... Read More
The Value of His Act - Reconciliation.
Text: Rom 5:6&10.
Good morning, we cannot thank this faithful God enough for yet again another day.
Today we consider one of the acts of Jesus that we remain eternally grateful.
Let us ask ourselves this pertinent question. Who would I have being if not for Jesus?
This is one of the reflections for this Lenten season.
Rom. 5:6 & 10 tell us about the reconciliation acts of... Read More
The value of His Name.
Text. Pslm 89:24.
We thank God for another brand new day Saints of living God .
Not all earthly names ring a bell. Some command respect and trigger favour. While some the opposite is the case. However, even the ones that command respect and trigger favour it's ephemeral as it's influenced by changes and chances of life. But there's a name that is above every other name. A name that is not influenced... Read More
Value your father's gift.
Text: 2 Cor. 6:1.
saints of living God welcome to another blessed day. Today we consider - Value your father's gift. Everyone feels happy and valued when given a gift. But there's a difference between a gift and a Gift. There's a gift that's temporal and one that's eternal, seen and unseen . Both gifts are good but one is better and of greater value. The other gift can come from a father w... Read More
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