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Bitter Truth By Pastor Idowu Iluyomade

Something sweet is pleasant, easy to swallow, easy to embrace, delightful, delicious, lovely, beautiful, appealing, adorable, and charming; but sometimes truth can be bitter and hard to swallow. Anything that is bitter is distasteful, sour, harsh, painful, sad, disappointing, tragic, gut-wrenching, grievous, hard to admit, hard to accept, hostile. 

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Naaman (2 Kings 5:14): When God touched Naaman who was a leper, his skin became like that of a baby. Naaman was moved from one extreme of leprosy to another extreme of sound health with a good skin like a new born baby's, and he was made totally whole (2 Kings 5:14).

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Religion is often a call to duty, but the will of God for those who have come to understanding, it is a delight. This why the Psalmist said “I delight to do thy will, O my God: yea, thy law is within my heart” (Psalm 40:8). It is important that those who have invited the Kingdom of God into their lives should know that the next most important thing is the will of God. The world has couched this into purpose, and when purpose is used in the context of the will of God, it is very confusing.

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The Fatherhood of God is something everyone needs to understand and embrace because it holds the key to your voluntary submission to the divine will. When the Bible says to us that God is love, the will of God is love. This is how God acts; everything God does, He does out of love. Everyone needs to understand the will of God, it is defined and determined in content by love.

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Prayer is the most important tool of a spiritual life. It is by it that the visible connects with the invisible. It is through it that the intangible becomes tangible. In addition, it is through prayer that earth invades Heaven so that Heaven may invade the earth. You must not pray at the same level with which you prayed last year. Every year, you must assess and re-assess your prayer life, because prayer is the only weapon you have to connect with God, and it is the only weapon you have to bring about God's purposes here on earth.

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Custodians Of God's Power By Pastor Sola David-Borha

God is in control. He is the Governor of all nations; He rules and reigns over all. Irrespective of what you believe or think should happen, God's will is always done. This is something you must understand, and you must be able to use God's will and power in your life. God has the power to save, He saves to the uttermost. He gives the power to get wealth. God gives the power to heal, He can heal any disease. God gives the power to deliver. All power belongs to God, and Nebuchadnezzar had to learn this the hard way. Daniel 4:17 says "This matter is by the decree of the watchers, and the demand by the word of the holy ones: to the intent that the living may know that the most High ruleth in the kingdom of men, and giveth it to whomsoever he will, and setteth up over it the basest of men." God decides who will rule; He removes and lifts up, He is an absolute Theocrat, He rules by His Word.

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Walking With God By Pastor Ayo Thomas

Many at times, there are some needs and vacuums in our lives that we want God to fill, but we give up after waiting for so long, believing that is how God wants it, and then we try to look for alternatives just like Sarah did (Genesis 16). Prolonged delay over stretches the hope for the fulfilment of a promise, and if caution is not taken and faith is not strengthened, it may result in dangerous consequences. No matter the delay, Psalm 68:9 tells us that God can confirm and restore the weary.

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What is Truth? 22 by Dr. Ayo Oluokun

As 2017 has been prophetically declared as the year of The Pursuit of God, it is actually the year of the Pursuit of the Word of God, because John 1:1 says, In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, AND THE WORD WAS GOD.”  It is the year of the Pursuit of Truth because God's Word is truth (John 17:17). About a month ago, we all celebrated Christmas, and what we were simply celebrating was the truth has come. Jesus testifies in John 9:5 that “As long as I AM in the world, I AM the light of the world.” The entrance of His Word gives light and understanding to the simple (Psalm 119:130). If the truth has come, the light has come. The Word of God challenges us in 2017 to arise, shine for our light has come, and the glory of God is risen upon us (Isaiah 60:1).  When Christ was born, the glory of the LORD shone around (Luke 2:9). 

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What Seek Ye? By Pastor Idowu Iluyomade

In the reference text, Jesus Christ asked His disciples, ‘WHAT SEEK YE?’ Jesus is also asking you the same question. What are you looking for? Why do you go to Church? Jesus is asking because people go to church for various reasons.

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Blessings Shall Ovetake You by Pastor Idowu Iluyomade
In the Redeemed Christian Church of God, 2017 is the year of Surprises; and I pray that God will pleasantly surprise us in Jesus Mighty Name. For us at City of David, 2017 is also the year of The Pursuit of God

For this month, the Word of God unto us is "Blessings Shall Overtake Us!" This word will also be applicable to us throughout the year 2017. 

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