Recovery of your stolen destiny (3)

Pastor Segun Adewum     Last week, we discussed how believers lose power of Prayer and become vulnerable to the attack of the enemy. We illustrated this with the capture of the Ark of Covenant by the Philistines.   We also explained how the presence of the Ark destroyed Dagon the god of the Philistines and also caused the death of hundreds of Philistine through the affliction of pile. The Philistine finally returned the Ark to Israel with a sin offering of gold. Every spiritual power stolen from you will…

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Stir up the champion in you

Bishop John Ogbansiegbe   T he Bible speaking in the book of Jeremiah 29:11-13: “For I know the thoughts that I think towards you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil to give you an exoectedvend. Then shall he call upon me, and he shall go and pray unto me, and I will hearken unto you. And ye shall seek me, and find me, when he shall search for me with all your heart.”     Having this fact at the back of your mind, the right…

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2020: Nigerian leaders’ll deviate –Olukoya

Tai Anyanwu T he General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) Worldwide, Dr. Daniel Olukoya, has predicted that many Nigerian leaders will be shifted away this year. He added that 2020 is a year where disobedience to God will yield terrible results that no deliverance will be able to reverse.   He gave the revelation in his 2020 ‘prophesy window’, released during the cross-over vigil, Pastor Olukoya charged Nigerians to pray, because the year would be messy and confusing to all. According to the cleric, who tagged…

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2020 Prophecies

Archbishop Moses Kattey     1. Easterner shall become President of Nigeria in 2023. No matter how it appears to be and who wants to contest from outside South-East Nigeria, the person will fail.     2.  God has sent a Referee to direct/conduct the Affairs of Nigeria. The Referee (Divine Referee) shall blow the whistle against those who have been working with IMPUNITY from the Presidency to the Local Government, from Boko-Haram to Religious leaders (Christians, Muslims, Traditionalist, Occults,) from Armed Robbers, Kidnappers, to pick-pocketers. Divine Referee will operate…

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Spouses who struggle to apologise

Bishop Charles Ighele   Do you always struggle before you say “I am sorry’’. Do you feel many times that people are just unfair to you? Then you have a problem. When you struggle apologizing, then you have to deal with the spirit of pride. You are the only one that can constantly deal with this spirit and begin to form a new habit by replacing it with a spirit of humility. Only you can heal yourself. A proud person will always see a humbling situation as humiliating. He will…

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Pomp at Akinadewo’s investiture as Omo Jesu II

Tai Anyanwu     F ive years after his father went to sleep at the bosom of the Lord, former Managing Director/Editor in Chief of New Telegraph newspaper, Gabriel Akinadewo, succeeded Pa Isaiah Moyinlorun Akinadewo, as Omo Jesu II (son of Jesus). It was an all-inclusive ceremony as members of Motailatu Church of God (MCG), friends, associates and Christian leaders rolled out the drums to give honour to who it is due, at the investiture, in Ondo town, Ondo State, last weekend. Perfecting the installation of Senior Superintendent Gabriel Akinadewo…

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Cardinal warns against ‘poison’ of adapting Church to ‘spirit of the age’

T he former Prefect for the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, Cardinal Gerhard Müller, warned against attempts to adapt the faith to “the spirit of the age” and giving in to “relativism” and “modernization.”       The Cardinal, who was speaking to a large gathering of U.S. college students, did not mince words in his January 1 homily on the Solemnity of Mary Mother of God, which was delivered to thousands of Catholics gathered in Phoenix for the 2020 Student Leadership Summit.   Over the course of…

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Ensure your lifestyle is positive, cleric enjoins Christians

The husband of popular Evangelist and philantropist, Mother Eastha Ajayi, Rev Ademuyiwa Ajayi, has said that against all odds, Christian should always ensure that their life style reflect the glory of God. His counsel came at such a time that economic hardship,persecution against believers in Christ and nonchalance of those in authority have rendered many hopeless. Speakimg at the thankgiving of the Cherubim and Seraphim Unification Church Worldwide, Rev Ajayi advised all believers to be mindful to heed the advice pointing out that God had revealed the message to mehim.…

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Daughter wakes from 7 months’ coma as mom refused to ‘pull the plug’

I n a culture increasingly inclined to give up on life, an Ohio woman has her loyal family to thank for saving hers. Kertisha Brabson, 31, began acting funny — reaching out for things that weren’t there, dancing when there wasn’t music, speaking in jibberish, and so on. Eventually, Kertisha had a seizure that landed her in a coma. Doctors advised Kertisha’s mother, Kertease Williams, that she was brain-dead and it was time to pull the plug. It’s a decision no parent should ever have to face.   But despite…

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There’s still hope –Christian leaders

Three days to Christmas, Christian leaders across the country have been sending encouraging words to believers in Christ. Specifically, to convey the news of the great joy associated with Christ birth; and to emphasise that the joy which the gift of Christ bring is not realisable by worldly standards. In a way, their messages took cognisance of the challenges, which the current hardship in the country poses on the spiritual and material lives of believers. However, they are very clear the joy of Christ’s coming is only realisable in a…

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