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In our homes, we were raised to be independent young wo/men which is good; but sometimes, God wants us to be dependent on Him alone. From the reference text, we read about Elijah, an anointed man of God, at his word different things occurred, and there are a lot of things we can learn from this story.

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When you observe events happening around the world, especially if you like to watch the news channels, you will most likely hear news of calamities, evil, disasters, etc. However, if there is calamity everywhere, it is not for Christians. The Psalmists declared in Psalm 121 that “…THE LORD SHALL PRESERVE THEE FROM ALL EVIL…” All evil means that it doesn’t matter how strange or mysterious the situations present themselves, the LORD will preserve us. Looking at Psalm 91:7, there are four lessons to be learnt. 

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A time of Help From Above is a defining time in the life of a wo/man. This is when God reaches out to help, especially when it is clear that no one else can. A time of Help From Above is also a time that God decides to help you when you have done all you can and you are not getting the results you desire. When the God of creation decides to help you, you need to be excited because God is not a man. If a man wants to help you, he would help you within the capacity of what he can do for you. 

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Timeless In Time

Everything on this earth is bound by time. Time, they say waits for nobody. For example, we are already in the month of July and it seems like we started the New Year just yesterday. How time flies!

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Eons ago, our grandparents told us through folklore (stories of communities passed on from one generation to the next verbally) and riddles, a lot of stories that had morals. For instance, we were told the stories of the tortoise and its exploits. It is however sad that most of these stories are beginning to go extinct because they were not properly documented and passed to other generations. Imagine if the Bible was not written and translated into other contemporary languages, there would have been conflicts of stories, heresies and arguments.

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As individuals and as a church, we can testify to His goodness and fidelity to His word and we praise Him for the first half of the year, and also thanking Him in advance for the second half.

In January, He said Blessings shall overtake us.

February - Multiple Break-through

March -  Divine Prosperity

April - Living God

May - Lord’s Mercy

June - Positive change

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You should always expect a positive change. Do you really expect a positive change? We should all truly believe God for a positive change. James 2:23-24 says And the Scripture was fulfilled which says, “Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness.” And he was called the friend of God. You see then that a man is justified by works, and not by faith only.

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You may ask: why was he the only one that was healed? Isnt Jesus the Saviour of the whole world? Didn’t the Bible say in John 3:16 that “for God so loved the world”? Why would He single out one man out of a multitude of sick people? Isn’t His mandate in Luke 4:18 still valid?

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The COD Wisdom Group is now accepting 2017 Scholarship Applications.

To apply, download application form here http://bit.ly/2tobD7F

 

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    If you must trigger a change according to the Word of God, you must be ready to take a step of faith, and have confidence and boldness to step into the unknown. To trigger change, you need these 5 P's;

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