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The Profitable Vessel By Sis Blessing C. Ugwu

“Today’s article talks about ‘The profitable vessel’. For easy understanding and study, I have decided to discuss this topic under 5 points. 3 of these will be covered in this first part. The 5 points include:
1. Who is a vessel
2. Who is your Maker
3. How can I be profitable
4. Hindrances to being profitable
5. The reward of being a profitable vessel….”

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The Yielded Vessel By Bro Francis Essang

“For us to clearly understand the two words YIELDED And VESSEL, let’s examine the dictionary meaning of these words. Yield means: to surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another or to hand over (possession such as a position of advantage or point of superiority), to give oneself up to an inclination, temptation, or habit. To submit (oneself) completely to or give up one’s breath, life, or spirit to another.
The word vessel, can be described as a person whom some quality (such as grace) is infused or bestowed upon.

These definitions put together gives us a clear view of what a yielded vessel is. Someone who is able to give up his time and his worth for someone else, (That is, God). An individual with selflessness who is completely ready to align with God’s will and desire.

Pondering on this makes me remember the works of Jesus on the cross of Calvary. No wonder! He lost His own will and inclined to the will of His father. He denied himself honor and instead strived to honor his father’s will.

Jesus Christ is our case study of what a yielded vessel is. He yielded to God’s will completely while he was on earth. He obeyed God in every way even to the point of death. His yieldedness was proved in the tremendous love he had for Mankind.
John 15:13- We Confirmed that….”

Confessions of a Missionary (Part 2) By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“I am a city set on a hill
I cannot be hidden
I go forth bearing precious seeds and I come back with rejoicing, bearing my sheaves with me; the evidence of a bountiful harvest

The soil that I plant on is fertile
No seed is lost
No one is lost
The words that I speak take a firm root in the the hearts of men
It withstands the rain, the sun, trials and tribulations of life

I am a Watchman on the tower
I will not keep silent till…”
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Missions in History – Lessons from William Carey By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“Throughout history, we see stories of men used by God. Men who gave their all for the course of the gospel. Beginning with our Lord Jesus Christ himself, the author and finisher of our faith, to the early disciples and apostles; faithful men like Peter, apostle Paul, John the beloved, revivalists like Kathryn Kulman and missionaries like William Carey….”
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A Faithful Witness of Christ By Sis Abigail Ndubueze

“Its quite disheartening to know that some persons may never accept the gospel until there is a witness. Take for instance once on a mission, I and my comrade encountered a woman who had a sore in her leg. For the time we spent there, she would not listen to all we said but when I began to tell her that prior to my coming to that village, I too had similar accident which affected my feet and kept me bedridden for more than a month. I showed her the scar on my feet,…”
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The Cost of Following Jesus – By Sis Jane Edema

“Being followers of Christ is what we are called into as Christians.

However, Jesus mentioned in one of His parables that it is wisdom that one calculates the cost of any endeavor before embarking on it.

Lest he starts something he can’t finish and then, becomes a laughing stock.

In this day and age, you may have noticed several alterations, supposed “amendments” to our Christianity: particularly around lifestyle, where one who gets saved isn’t differentiable from one who isn’t.

Hence, one is tempted to ask….”

Christ’s Purpose For Every Believer – By Sis Dawn Fache

“As a young believer, one of the questions that tugged at my heart and kept me awake for many nights was the popular “why are you here on earth? or put simply, “What is your purpose?”

For a very long time I grappled with this issue because I was made to understand that life had no meaning if you are not living God’s purpose for your life.

This question on purpose became a prayer point for a very long time, as we were advised to do. Many times I fell depressed because I felt I was just living a worthless and ordinary life as a believer.

I assumed that purpose had to be something….”

Welcome March: Our Month of Kingdom Growth & Establishment by His Mighty Acts & Power – Psalm 145:12

As we enter into a new month, let us take a moment to reflect on the mighty acts and power of our God.
Throughout history, He has shown His strength and faithfulness time and time again, and His power continues to be evident in our lives today.

Psalm 105:1-5 says, “Oh give thanks to the Lord; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples! Sing to him, sing praises to him; tell of all his wondrous works! Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice! Seek the Lord and his strength; seek his presence continually!
Remember the wondrous works that he has done, his miracles, and the judgments he uttered.”

As we enter into this new month, let us remember the wondrous works that God has done in our lives, and let us seek His presence continually. Let us be grateful for His faithfulness and provision, and let us trust in His power to guide us through the challenges that lie ahead.

We can take comfort in the fact that God’s power is limitless, and that He is able to do far more than we could ever imagine. As it says in Ephesians 3:20-21, “Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.”

So as we begin this new month, let us give thanks for the mighty acts and power of our God, and let us trust in His strength and guidance as we navigate the days ahead. May His power be evident in our lives, and may we continue to seek His presence and give Him all the glory and praise.

– Pastor Olusegun Kolade (Int’l Missions Director, WPMI)