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Nigerians are making waves because they worship God passionately –South African cleric

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Dr. Putras Kum, a cleric from Power Restoration Chapel International, South African, paid an evangelistic visit to Nigeria recently. He takes a look at the difference between the church in South Africa and Nigeria, the recent diplomatic face-off between the two countries, in this interview with TAI ANYANWU

 

 

Could you briefly tell us about your visit to Nigeria?

 

I am Bishop Isaac Idahosa’s son from South Africa, the only son that he loves from South Africa. I came to be part of the 30th anniversary celebration of God First Ministries (Illumination Assembly). And I am very happy to be part of it; because when it comes to an anniversary, there is celebration. Where there is celebration there is impartation and when there is impartation there is rejoicing and peoples’ lives are taken from one level of glory to another.  Bishop Idahosa is my spiritual father. We met a few years ago in South Africa. Immediately he came into my life, things changed; and I decided that I will continue to be his son; and here we are today.

 

 

How come that you are the only son he loves in South Africa?

 

 

We invited him to our church; when you invite a man of God to your church, if you are a wise Christian, before he comes you will ask God to reveal to you the man who is coming. It’s not just about people coming to preach. Even if you are following men of God on T V, if you are a wise Christian, you will ask God to reveal to you who that man of God is. And that is just what I did before he came to our church. I didn’t just wait for him to come and I see a physical man of God. I wanted the spiritual part of him to be revealed and God revealed that, he is the man I need in my life. Immediately he came, he prayed; he preached and I told my pastor that we cannot let Bishop Idahosa alone. I said this man must be our father; and that is how it came to be. He started coming; all over the country, when we here that Bishop Idahosa is coming to South Africa we must go his programmes. We became closer and closer and closest and here we are today.

 

 

How would you describe the church here and the church in South Africa?

 

 

I must say that we are all Christians. But there is a little bit of a difference between the Church in Nigeria and the church in South Africa. I can say that in Nigeria there is an intense need and intense love for God that they have picked up. That is why they are glued to God. In South Africa, I can say yeah people do love God; people do go to church but because of condition, life and so on, the church in South Africa is slightly different from the church in Nigeria. There are more churches, more people come to church, more praise and worship God here than in South Africa.

 

 

Could you let us in on how you were received on arrival to Nigeria?

 

 

Wow it was too much, it was wonderful. When I came in Bishop Idahosa’s protocol was waiting for me at the Airport. I was received, I was driven down here and protocol took me to my hotel, Oriental Hotel. It has been good, wonderful. I can say that the people of Nigeria are very welcoming. In terms of hospitality they are number one contrary to popular opinion that says when you go to Nigeria they will just do this and do that, crime left right and center. No; it is otherwise I am telling. On the contrary, at the airport the way they received me even the immigration was wonderful. You see people just say what they say; they have never been to Nigeria.

 

 

So what I can tell them is don’t talk, come to Nigeria, you will see the other side of Nigeria. Nigerians are welcoming; Nigerians love foreigners; Nigerians are lovely people; they welcome you and want you to be part of them. They are free, they talk to you and they want to know more about you. When you talk to them, they embrace you and you embrace them and they protect you seriously.

 

 

Were you not afraid to come to Nigeria considering the Xenophobic attacks against Nigerians in South Africa?

 

 

At first I had fears, but I sat down again and asked the ladies flying South African Airline. They come in here almost every day, sleep and they go the next day; and they told me there is nothing to be afraid of. They told me that all the things we read about Nigeria exist only on social media and there is nothing like that about Nigeria. The Xenophobia issue was handled at diplomatic level. Then I felt free; I came in and I was received well even by Immigration officers.

 

How would describe the attack on Nigerians resident in South Africa?

 

In fact, what happened in South Africa, I can say was an isolated incident. It is just that it has been going on for some time since 2008. But it was a group of boys who sat in their hostel and started all these things. And if you check into it, the government is working seriously to get all that resolved. The South African government sent our minister to come to your government to appologise.

 

 

Our President is working on it very seriously so I can assure you that in a matter of time all these things will be resolved. But the issue is that our people have to understand that we have to learn from foreigners or people from other countries coming to South Africa. We have to humble ourselves and learn from them. You have to ask yourself why is it that somebody from Nigeria will come in and after a year or two he is making it and you who have been there aren’t making it. Then something is wrong with you. You must humble yourself, you learn from them and ask them what is that you are doing and succeeding. If it is the way they are worshipping their God, which indeed is one factor, you don’t mind.

 

 

So you have to open your eyes, pray to our God and indeed God will open our eyes. He will open our eyes and he will bless the work of our hands. Before we know it, I am telling you, should have live in love instead of bending people and fighting people. But the only thing I saw at the airport was our exchange. You see Nigerians are professionals. They have got a way of dealing with South Africans. The way you are doing it, to an extent, I like it because when I went to change our Rand, it was I Rand to 15 naira. I was shocked; instead of 30 to 35 Rand. I saw it 15; and I said what! Then the lady started laughing. I said; why are you punishing South Africans like this? She said no,no,no cool down, you people must learn. I said ok; it is fine. We are learning and you are dealing with us in the right way.

 

 

Would you also say that Nigerians in South Africa are really problematic?

 

You see, you cannot paint everybody with the same brush. There are Nigerians who are problematic in South Africa, I must say. But that one we have to leave to law enforcement agencies. You cannot take the laws into your own hands. It is not only Nigerians, there are South Africans who give a lot of problems and into a lot of crime; but leave it to the law. Let the law take its course, don’t bend people, don’t fight people, immediately you pick-up or identify a problem you report.

 

 

It’s not about Nigerians there is crime everywhere. See the issues of drug, 419 most times come from Nigerians but there are also Nigerians who are senior medical doctors, who are professionals, who are serious businessmen, who in fact, if they take away their money from South African system it will disturb the economy. There are very good number of hardworking and humble Nigerians in South Africa, so you cannot paint everybody with the same brush. 

 

 

No No no; in as much as if you go somewhere else you find South Africans being arrested in Brazil, South Africans are arrested in China. It doesn’t mean all South Africans are bad. No no.  If you do crime let the law enforcement agents deal with you. Leave the law to police officers, that’s it. All I am saying is that all the things they are saying about Nigerian is not true, but if you come to Nigeria and do crime Nigeria will also arrest you. It is just about respecting the rules of the country. You just have to respect the rules of the country. That makes you a better citizen of the country; if you are a foreigner, a good and better foreigner.

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    November 14, 2019 at 5:02 am

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Catholic priest is beneficiary of brand new car from Bishop Zuga

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  • Part of his 1000 car gift programme for 2020

 

Popular Bishop Dr. Sam Zuga of Jehovah’s Field Marshall has handed over a brand new Peugeot 406 car to Rev. Fr Cletus Asronyi, the Chaplain to St. Anthony’s Catholic Hospital Zaki-Biam, Benue State.

The founder of both Sam Zuga Foundation and House of Joy Ministry Worldwide made the presentation at Transcorp Hilton Abuja on Wednesday.

This is after his inauguration of a committee for the distribution of 1,000 cars, jobs opportunities and start-up capital for small businesses, with Fr. Asornyi as its head.

Addressing the committee members, Bishop Zuga disclosed that Fr. Asornyi has served God and man for more than 30 years as a priest but has no car or bicycle to his name.

For him, it means the priest, unlike many other men of God in our contemporary society, is either faithful, or unfortunate or contemptuous in life.

“However, since he has been appointed as the Chairman of the committee, it is only logical that he (Fr. Asornyi) needs to be the first to taste the food before serving others,” the Bishop said.

Bishop Zuga said that he would not want to be alive to see Fr. Asornyi live and end up in life like Willy Lomans in Author Miller’s “Death of a Salesman”; who died with neither love nor substance after sacrificing his many years to the service of his master.

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Eid el-Maulud; Chief Imam urges Nigerians to exhibit trust, selflessness

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Sheik Abdul Isola, Chief Imam of Islamic Centre, Uwani, Enugu, has urged Nigerians to emulate the exemplary lifestyle of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him (PBUH) by exhibiting trust and selflessness.

Isola gave the admonition on Sunday in Enugu while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the celebration of 2019 Eid el-Maulud.

Eid el-Maulud is the celebration of birthday of Prophet Muhammad PBUH.

The cleric noted that the Prophet left a practical and shining example of trust while discharging his ministry on earth.

“The lack of trust and fear of God among us as Nigerians have continued to breed all sorts of negativity in the country.

“Leaders should exhibit trustworthiness by delivering what belongs and is meant for the people to them.

“While the lead, should reciprocate, by praying for the leaders and obeying simple civic laws and instruction meant for the betterment of all,’’ Isola, who is also the Chief Missioner of the Centre, said.

He noted that Nigerians must learn to be selfless as Prophet Muhammad PBUH; which endeared him to everyone that came in contact with him.

“Be your brother’s keeper. Do not keep acquiring wealth without using it to better the lives of those within your immediate environment,’’ he said.

The cleric, however, enjoined leaders, especially political office holders, to use the people’s wealth entrusted on them judiciously and for the common good of all.

“They should take practical steps on the creation of employment and other forms of engagement for the youths in order to check restiveness and idleness that breeds crime and criminality,’’ he added.

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Lalong congratulates Kaigama over appointment as Archbishop of Abuja Catholic Archdiocese

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Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau has congratulated Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama on his appointment by the Holy Father, Pope Francis as the Archbishop of Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja.

The appointment of Archbishop Kaigama, who is the Archbishop of Jos Catholic Archdiocese followed the retirement of John Cardinal Olorunfemi Onaiyekan.

Lalong in a statement by his Director of Press and Public Affairs, Dr Simon Macham described the appointment as a higher calling to divine duty.

The governor said that the appointment was a testimony of Kaigama’s impeccable track record of service in the Lord’s vineyard over many decades.

He particularly expressed joy that the new Archbishop has tremendously contributed to the growth of the Catholic Church in Nigeria and Plateau in particular.

Lalong added that Kaigama had consistently availed the state of his wealth of wisdom and experience especially during difficult moments.

While calling on God to give him the grace to carry out his new assignment, Lalong assured Kaigama of continuous prayers and support of the government and people of Plateau.

He also congratulated John Cardinal Onaiyekan on his retirement after many years of meritorious service to the Catholic Church, Christendom and Nigeria at large.

According to Lalong, Onaiyekan stood for unity, justice reconciliation, accountability and righteousness.

He prayed to God to grant him good health and more wisdom as he enjoyed his life in retirement.

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Bishop Zuga restores retired army officer with 10 years spinal cord injury

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Popular Nigerian Bishop, Sam Zuga, who recently gave out brand new SUV to the King of Ejule land in Kogi State, Alhaji Abdullahi Amanbo, has again reportedly cured a retired Army Officer with spinal cord injury of 10 years.

It was learnt that the retired officer was a beneficiary of the Sam Zuga free medical treatment.

Upon receiving his healings, the middle aged former military man testified during one of the free medical outreach in Adamawa State.

Bishop Zuga, who was recently in Adamawa to organise the Sam Zuga free medical treatment and to minister the word of God to the people of the state, during his ministration he received massive testimonies from the beneficiaries of the Sam Zuga free medical treatment.

Responding to the testimony of the retired army colonel, Bishop Sam Zuga said: “What injection cannot do, anointing can do. What chemistry cannot handle, God-mystery can handle. What physical eyes cannot locate, spiritual eyes can locate. I return all the glory to God Almighty.”

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Congregation defiant of regime sanctioned Church demolition pays off

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brave group of Chinese Christians who put their lives on the line for the sake of their church have achieved a major win against the oppressive communist regime.

 

Last Friday, members of Wugaozhuang Church of Guantao in Hebei Province were left horrified when government officials notified them of their church’s impending destruction. As Faithwire previously reported, the demolition had been ordered on account of the church, which is state-mandated, not being in possession of all the required permits.

 

But in a risky bid to sway the government away from the action, church members decided to organize a stakeout, refusing to leave the site.

 

Now, it appears that this brave show of defiance has paid off.

 

After a series of negotiations between parish priests and government officials, an agreement has been reached.

 

“Eventually, the state officials relented and promised to provision the church a new parcel of land and 200,000 Yuan to rebuild a church building upon that land,” reported persecution watchdog, International Christian Concern. “The priests have demanded the land be granted immediately in return for relinquishing the present church building, although it is presently unknown whether or not the land promised has been turned over.”

 

During the stakeout, police reportedly blocked those attempting to deliver food to the faithful inside the building.

 

“Local police blockaded the scene and prohibited anyone from entering or leaving,” a parishioner told UCA News. “Even food was not allowed in to coerce the priests and church members into giving up the protest.”

 

Considering the government’s relentless campaign of destruction against churches across the country, this will be viewed as a win for the embattled congregation, who refused to be cowed by the brutal state forces.

 

Earlier this month, a 3,000-member church in Anhui province was bulldozed as congregants worshipped. Another church was flattened in Henan province.

 

Do continue to pray for all those who face persecution on account of their religious beliefs.

Courtesy Faithwire

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Rev Ojima gives second daughter out in marriage

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ith a heart full of joy, the minister in charge of the United Evangelical Church, Oshodu (Porter’s House), Rev Peter Ojima,  played host to his guests from different parts of Nigeria, last Saturday.

It was an all- inclusive celebration as the man of God gave his second daughter, Patience, out in marriage to Michael, a committed and godly brother from the Kaduna branch of the church.

 

 

Expressing his gratitude to God Almighty for grace upon his family, Rev Ojima said that his joy knows no bound because Patience was got married exactly six months after his second daughters tied the nuptial knot also.

 

 

His words: “In fact, I cannot say this is the area of my joy. My joy in the Lord is complete; having training my two children in the university and two of my daughters got married the same year without any of them being impregnated by anybody.”

 

 

He explained that not bring wayward, the daughters had brought glory to the family. he added: “Really this year is the year of divine advancement as the theme of our church implies.

“The thing that makes me happier is that today is exactly twenty eight years that I married my wife (November 2, 1991); it makes me totally complete giving my daughter out in marriage the same day that I married my wife.”

Rev Ojima, gave all glory to God, who he insisted made it possible to happen and I pray that their homes should the home Christ.

He advised Michael and Patience to always be aware that their marriage of marriage is built on the word of God. “And God will bless your marriage and grant you all the Favour,” he prayed.

The event was attended by brethrens, friends and relations of both families, who travelled all the way from Abuja, Kaduna, Makuedi, Mano, and other parts of Nigeria, to grace the occasion. Tai Anyanwu

 

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ith a heart full of joy, the minister in charge of the United Evangelical Church, Oshodu (Porter’s House), Rev Peter Ojima,  played host to his guests from different parts of Nigeria, last Saturday.

It was an all- inclusive celebration as the man of God gave his second daughter, Patience, out in marriage to Michael, a committed and godly brother from the Kaduna branch of the church.

 

Expressing his gratitude to God Almighty for grace upon his family, Rev Ojima said that his joy knows no bound because Patience was got married exactly six months after his second daughters tied the nuptial knot also.

 

His words: “In fact, I cannot say this is the area of my joy. My joy in the Lord is complete; having training my two children in the university and two of my daughters got married the same year without any of them being impregnated by anybody.”

He explained that not bring wayward, the daughters had brought glory to the family. he added: “Really this year is the year of divine advancement as the theme of our church implies.

 

“The thing that makes me happier is that today is exactly twenty eight years that I married my wife (November 2, 1991); it makes me totally complete giving my daughter out in marriage the same day that I married my wife.”

 

Rev Ojima, gave all glory to God, who he insisted made it possible to happen and I pray that their homes should the home Christ.

He advised Michael and Patience to always be aware that their marriage of marriage is built on the word of God. “And God will bless your marriage and grant you all the Favour,” he prayed.

 

The event was attended by brethrens, friends and relations of both families, who travelled all the way from Abuja, Kaduna, Makuedi, Mano, and other parts of Nigeria, to grace the occasion.

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The word of God is ultimate

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he book of  Jeremiah 44:28 says, “Yet a small number that escape the sword shall return out of the land of Egypt into the land of Judah, and all the remnant of Judah, that are gone into the land of Egypt to sojourn there, shall know whose words shall stand, mine, or theirs.”

 

 

The Bible speaking in Ecclesiastic chapter 8:4 says, “Where the word of a king is, there is power: and who may say unto him, What doest thou?”

 

Words are the intent of the heart which is spoken as a communication process.   It is the thought of the inner self in action, The inside out of a man. When the heart is evil oriented, the word when transformed produces devastating effects that brings problems to the victims.  When God’s words are directed to the children, its transformation into action brings good tidings to the beneficiaries.   Whereas when the devil speaks, its intention has always been to cause destruction.  In preference God’s words are what people want to hear because of its accompanying good result.   And whenever the word of God is spoken, it is accorded recognition and it prevails against any other thing.

 

Our father in Heaven whose word is final on  everything has decided through this message to challenge the voices, words of the enemies and human agents of the devil who have said one thing or the other against your family, career, business, marriage, future or life.   Today, all such voices or evil words of the enemy targeted against you will be nullified in the name of Jesus.

 

Matt. 15:13 says, 13 But he answered and said, Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up.”  As long as that evil voice or works of darkness in your life or situation is not from God, it is going back to the sender in Jesus name.  The voice of God and His counsel shall stand in your life and this is not negotiable.  Maybe some evil reports have been made against you and you have been worried to the extent that you can no longer sleep or you are afraid as a result of one report or the other which suggests that your situation is not reversible, I want to tell you to forget such reports, and trust in God. He will not allow the devil to prevail in your life because He has the final say. His word makes the impossibility to become possible.

 

 

Believe the report of the servants of God of whom I am one of them and your negative situation and worldly report shall be reversed in Jesus name.   The report of God that I have for you today is that the word of God is final and His counsel in your life and situation shall stand.

 

Some men in the Bible days, even in the present day have spoken emphatically, and authoritatively on issues as though they were infallible. But God usually disappoints them, as He intervenes on behalf of His people with superior words. And the result is confidence, and victory for His people. 

 

I do not know of anyone who may have spoken against you as if he has the final say or of a situation that may be raging against you pretending to be the final word on your case; if there be any, it will not stand. Because only God has the final word in your matter.  Exodus 5:1-2 says,

 

And afterward Moses and Aaron went in, and told Pharaoh, ‘’Thus saith the LORD God of Israel, Let my people go, that they may hold a feast unto me in the wilderness’’. 2 And Pharaoh said, ‘’Who is the LORD, that I should obey his voice to let Israel go? I know not the LORD, neither will I let Israel go’’ This was Pharaoh opposing the word of God on the liberation of the Israelites. The consequence was that Egypt was almost destroyed before Pharaoh hurriedly let the Israelites go.  God has determined your freedom and His word is final authority in your life and situation.  Pharaoh had no authority over your life to act as if he is God.”

 

Exodus 6:1 says, Then the LORD said unto Moses, Now shalt thou see what I will do to Pharaoh: for with a strong hand shall he let them go, and with a strong hand shall he drive them out of his land’’.

 

There is no controversy on the authority of God in matters concerning this world and the people therein.  He created heaven and earth and He has the power to control all the living and non-living things in the earth.   He has power to control all the forces both divine and devilish in  the earth, and beneath the earth.   God is out to protect his people.  He alone has the good words and power. And  by implication, whenever any genuine child of God, whose name is in the book of life utters a word, God will stand by it.

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Engaging the spirit of joy for effective praise

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elcome to another exciting week! I hope you were blessed by the last teaching. Today, we shall focus on: Engaging the Spirit of Joy for Effective Praise!

 

 

We recognise form scriptures that praise remains ineffective except it is built on joy. Joy is the springboard for praise and when we lack it, our praises becomes ineffective. This is why among others, some people dance and sweat but get nothing out of praise.  It is written, …Is any merry? let him sing psalms (James 5:13). So, if we are not merry, we are not qualified to praise. As established in scriptures, we have been admonished to, Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing (Psalm 100:2). Therefore, we need to engage the fountain of joy to have express access to what it takes to remain on the praise frequency, no matter our situations.

 

What Then Brings About Joy?

 

•Celebrating The Word: One of the great streams of the river of joy is the Word of God. The Holy Spirit releases and sustains joy in the life of the believer by helping him make discoveries in the Word of God, which keep him rejoicing at all times (Psalm 119:162; 1 Corinthians 2:9-10).

 

 

•Rejoicing In Hope: Hope is another stream in the river of joy and it is a product of the Word of God as revealed by the Holy Spirit. It stabilises the heart and imparts joy in the inner man. This is practically illustrated in Job 14:7-9, For there is hope of a tree, if it be cut down, that it will sprout again, and that the tender branch thereof will not cease. …and bring forth boughs like a plant (Job 14:7-9). We cannot be hopeful without being joyful. We are only downcast when we become hopeless. Hope sparks off joy and releases a new life on our inside that keeps us singing even when people think it is crazy to do so. Thus, as we keep celebrating our discoveries in the Word of God, hope is released, which further strengthens our joy and makes our praises acceptable.

 

 

In summary, no matter how hard you try, this teaching will not benefit you if you are not born again. Are you born again? If you are not, this is an opportunity to do so. Simply say the following prayer: Lord Jesus, I come to You today. I am a sinner. Forgive me of my sins. Cleanse me with Your precious Blood. Today, I accept You as my Lord and personal Saviour. Thank You, Jesus, for saving me! Now, I know I am born again! 

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Begin the long trek to success

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or you to actualize your destiny, it is important that you live your life in compliance to the provision of the book of Romans12:1- 2 which states: “I beseech you therefore brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world, but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is good, and acceptable and perfect will of God”.

 

 

Be a living sacrifice and you will know the perfect will, plan, purpose and counsel of God for your life. It is important to note that with determination, perseverance, focus and prayers one can change his or her ugly destiny into a good one; just like the story of Jabez as the book of 1Chronicles 4:9-10. He was destined to be a failure. His ugly name “Jabez” which means sorrow influenced his life negatively. When he woke up to the realization of that fact, he prayed a radical prayer of aggression and violence, telling God to change his situation and bless him indeed. God answered his prayers, and he became more honorable than his brethren.

 

 

Some people erroneously believe that they are destined to fail. This negative self-image usually arises out of what people tell them, or out of their own personal experiences. But this is very untrue. Indeed every man was created with a glorious destiny. Thus no matter how deep you have fallen into the pit of life, you can decide to climb out and begin the long trek to the place of success. Listen to these stories.

 

 

I heard a story of a girl called Jennifer, who became a prostitute at the tender age of fourteen. This was not in the mild mold of being a call girl, but in the crude fashion of living in a brothel. But when she came to herself, she got out, dusted herself and finished her secondary education. She later got married to a decent young man and was a house wife for about ten years. She was blessed with three boys and one girl. Suddenly she woke up one day with the dream of becoming a lawyer. She enrolled in a university and today she is a practicing lawyer.

 

 

Oprah Winfrey’s life offers another great story. Winfred is the hostess of the highly rated Oprah Winfred show. She was born out of wedlock. Her parents were mere teenagers living in rural poverty in the highly racial Southern USA. She was raped when she was only nine; and for the next five years, she was sexually abused by several men, including close relations. This led her to lead a wild life of sexual indecency, making her mother to attempt sending her to a home for wayward girls. But the saving grace was that there was no space to take her. Then at fourteen, she became pregnant but the child died in premature birth.

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n adage, I was not born with gold or silver spoon in my mouth. I struggled to become what I am has become the favourite speech of many persons. Being born with silver or gold spoon means you inherited the wealth of your parents. Is that bad? I wish I was born with silver or gold spoon in my mouth.

 

This adage is related to what is today called Spoon Theory. For instance gold or silver spoons are synonymous with inherited wealth. It describes someone who has a prosperous background or is of a well-to-do family.

 

One can see where he/she belongs.  The purpose of this message is to increase your earnings, or to raise your spoon class, to make your family inheritance to increase to the next or next two classes. It is possible. Your spoon class depends on the wealth of your parents. Also the future of the children largely depends on the wealth of the parents.

 

According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue: (2 Peter 1:3)

 

The Lord has provided all things you need in this life, including wealth because He is the owner of all wealth on earth and in heaven. We only acquire and inherit them by appropriate knowledge. Only God can translate you from one spoon class to the other through your faith.

 

Infact, the Lord says in Psalm 75:6, 7  For promotion cometh neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south.  But God is the judge: he putteth down one, and setteth up another.

 

It is only God that can promote you to the next level no matter your age and job. If you blame Satan for not promoting you, you have changed verse 7, to but Satan is the judge: he putheth down one, and setteth up another. If you blame your boss, you are replacing God with your boss … but Boss is the judge: he putheth down one and setteth up another. If you blame your enemy, then you are replacing God in verse 7 with your enemy: But Enemy is the judge, he putheth down one and setteth up another. The moment you blame anyone for not being promoted, you have unconsciously replaced God with that person. Never blame anyone at all for your condition, and if you have done so, ask God for forgiveness and see what He will do next for you.

 

By virtue of the fact that you are child of God (John 3:16) “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”

 

For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father. And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the first fruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body (Rom. 8:15, 23).

 

We are His children and our God-parent is wealthiest Person so we have very wealthy background. We are Gold Spoon class. Believe it. Behave like one, and receive the appropriate inheritance, through the Cross or death of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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