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Walking in the Spirit: Nurturing a Divine Connection – By Sis Jane Edema

“In a world filled with distractions and endless demands for our attention, it can be challenging to maintain a sense of spiritual connectedness. However, the Bible offers us profound guidance on how to cultivate a deeper relationship with God through “walking in the Spirit.”

This powerful concept encourages us to align our thoughts, actions and desires with God’s will, enabling us to experience a more fulfilling and purposeful life.

In the next couple of paragraphs, we will explore the significance of walking in the Spirit and examine relevant Bible verses that shed light on this transformative journey.

▫️Galatians 5:16-25 – The Fruits of the Spirit:

One of the most well-known passages about walking in the Spirit can be found in…..”
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GO TELL: Matt 28 vs 19, 20 – By Abby Ndubueze

“Go and tell the Goodnews,
A Saviour is born!
Wise men who followed the star,
Proclaimed it from afar

Christ, the Messiah is come,
To redeem the lost cause,
To give the desolate a home,
To save us from the curse.

Go and tell the Goodnews,
Of His blood and righteousness,
Shed for Hebrew, Greek, Arab,
Gentiles, Latin, white, red, black……”
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Jesus Only Is Our Message By Sis Jane Edema

“As we embark on the mandate of making disciples of men, we must remember that Jesus alone should remain the focus, not His doings.

Emphasizing His doings (miracles, signs, wonders) over who He represents to the Body risks us birthing Christians without roots.

And the natural occurrence is a production of Christians who never abide when their faith is tested.

Jesus is the root, His doings are akin to fruits or leaves…..”
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The Joy of Harvest (A Poem) By Sis. Abigail Ndubueze

“Psalm 126 vs 6

Who are these like warriors come
Marching, stampeding the field?
Battered, wounded, their plow weild,
Their countenance bearing no form.

Their palms the brunt of toil,
They look not left nor right,
Strength fastened on the soil,
They toil all day and night.

These are they who labour,
Drifting like ships on sail
Waits to rest on its harbour,
Praying their strength not to fail…..”
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The Unreached People’s Group By Sis Jane Edema

“It was my first missionary journey to Togo and we were on evangelism in one of the unreached communities.

As usual, I was with an interpreter since I didn’t have a grip on the local language.

We met a lady who was about to prepare lunch for her family and engaged her with the gospel.

As my custom is when sharing my faith, I asked her if she knows who Jesus is, and her response came back as NO!

I didn’t think the interpreter communicated my message correctly, so, I urged him to ask her again….”
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Redemption of the Church (A Poem) By Sis. Abigail Ndubueze

“But now I stand exultant , free
By Christ’s sacrifice on the tree
Oh how can I forget
Or how can my past negate
The place you picked me from
The place of Redemption
Though in pain I wail
And troubles my soul assail
Though persecuted all day long
And my soul is wrenched from….”

The Persecuted Church (A Poem) By Sis. Abigail Ndubueze

“Lamentation for the virgin of Israel
The virgin of Israel is fallen
She shall no more rise
She is forsaken in her land
And there is none to raise her up
She went out in thousand
But returned in hundred
In hundred she…..”

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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….”

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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