Knowing Your Value

The word “know” means, “to perceive or understand as fact or truth; to apprehend clearly and with certainty” or “to have established or fixed in the mind or memory.” – (Dictionary.com) The word “value” means, magnitude, merit or importance. Therefore, this topic examines your understanding of your importance / magnitude / worth as a fact. ...

When the Power of Resurrection shows up

In the gospel according to St. John chapter 11, a family very close to our Lord Jesus Christ had lost their beloved brother – Lazarus – to death. By the time Christ arrived at the scene, it was already four days that the man had died. As expected, Lazarus’ relatives had already lost all hope ...

It Is A Reality

Today we will allow ourselves to see and hear what God is saying to us through the story of the Prodigal Son. I title this message “It’s a reality” in order to bring hope to all parents who think their children are presently not who they are expected to be or doing what is expected ...

He Loves Them Both

The love of our Father, God is shown in the parable of the Prodigal Son as recorded in Luke 15:11-32, bringing you hope. Here we see a father having two sons with different attitudes: One is considered a sinner and waster while the other is good and dependable. The church must operate within the confines ...

A Higher Level

I wish to share with you a desire that I believe you too will pray about. It is the desire to be promoted to a higher level of relationship with God. The inspiration for this became more intense as the Lord took me to the transfiguration story that is recorded in the gospel according to ...

From Struggle To Satisfaction

Exhortation:  Luke 5:1-10 What is struggle? Some have used each letter of the word to help define what it is: they say S = stressed (in struggle one is stressed out) T = temptation (during struggle lots of temptations come) R = retarded reasoning (at struggle one can’t think right) U = undermined (one is ...

You are about to be blessed

Today, the Lord grants me grace to prophesy into your life that you are about to be blessed. Look at the story of the feeding of the five thousand in the scriptures and see a Jesus who cares always for the needy, hungry and empty (Luke 9:10-17). Just when the multitude were about to be sent ...

Nothing is too hard for God

I begin by saying God is who you say He is to you and responds the way you trust Him to; so it is as you say it is. Jeremiah knows that nothing is too hard for God to handle: he verbalizes it in Jer 32:17, “Ah, Lord God! Behold, You have made the heavens and the ...

The Fullness of Time

Our text says, “But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law.” Galatians 4:4 – KJV We want to thank God who made you and me the beneficiaries of the fullness of time. Glory be to His name. In order to understand ...

Because Jesus resurrected

The worst thing that could have happened to humankind is for Jesus to have not risen. Humankind would have been hopeless. Apostle Paul says in 1 Cor. 15:19 that our faith would have been in vain and we would be the most pitiable. Thank God, Jesus resurrected; thank God, He is alive. He is now the first among ...