In the world, it is solely by your standard of living so they focus on acquiring wealth any how or at all cost etc.
But, in the kingdom, it is by following God’s principles of hard-work, honesty, righteous living and giving that increase come.

“But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.” Matt. 6:20. Lk. 12:21. 3John 2-8
Have a great week ahead beloved. 512347439-giving_receiving-300x260.jpg

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“There are also many other signs (attesting miracles) that Jesus performed in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these have been written so that you may believe [with a deep, abiding trust] that Jesus is the Christ (the Messiah, the Anointed), the Son of God; and that by believing [and trusting in and relying on Him] you may have life in His name. John 20:30-31 AMP

The Five-fold ministry of Apostle, Prophet, Evangelist, Pastor and Teacher is to nurture the people of God to maturity so that they will no longer be infants tossed about by every wave of doctrine. They are not entertainers in the Church but, are ordained to raise Disciples of Christ. Eph. 4: 11-14.                                                                                                          Healing, miracle, deliverance etc is not the ministry but, they are signs that follow preaching and teaching the true gospel by every Believer and those whom the Holy Spirit gives the gifts. Mark 16: 15-20, 1 Cor. 12:1-11, Matt. 28:18-20. Beloved, have a great week. 

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“17 For the Kingdom of God is not a matter of what we eat or drink, but of living a life of goodness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. 18 If you serve Christ with this attitude, you will please God, and others will approve of you, too.” Romans 14: 17-18 NLT
The emphasis in the kingdom of God is never the stomach (thank God for good food and drink). The focus is righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Ghost! You cannot imagine the powerful teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ in the homes of many people in Israel who invited Him for meal. We should use every opportunity to feed together for fellowship to strengthen ourselves in the faith as a family. Luke 10: 38-42. Matt. 9: 9-13
It’s all about bonding with the Lord and one another. Have a great weekend beloved. ❤b7c34358a4fc93d2f3bfb0ad4411499e--dining-room-quotes-kitchen-quotes
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“And I pray that Christ will be more and more at home in your hearts, living within you as you trust in him. May your roots go down deep into the soil of God’s marvellous love; and may you be able to feel and understand, as all God’s children should, how long, how wide, how deep, and how high his love really is….And so at last you will be filled up with God himself.” Eph. 3:17-19 TLB

No matter how deep down you go, He is beyond the depth to lift you up. To what extent are you lifted up, He is beyond the height to lift you higher. No matter how wide your scope, He’s beyond the width to widen your scope the more. He is longer than the length of your ability. Just abandon yourself in His hands. Psalm 139:8-10, 2 Cor. 1:8-10
May the love of Christ richly dwell and transform our lives for us to transform lives of others for His glory in Jesus name. Have a great week with your blessed family. 16105855_1287615817975573_1589846503571019248_n (1).jpg

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             Dr Wole Gbogboade


Text: John 10:27

My sheep hear my voice; I know them, and they follow me.” HCSB

The epitome of our relationship with God is to hear Him. John 10: 3-5.

The sheep is known by the shepherd; the sheep follow Him and will not follow any stranger. Therefore, if you have been hearing God in a particular way, you need to know God speaks in many ways. May we open our hearing ear, seeing eyes and understanding heart to whatever He’s saying to us.

If we don’t hear God, we are as sheep without shepherd. Hearing God gives you understanding of His ways and His things. John 15:15. These make us friends of God. The Lord said Abraham was his friend because: 1- I know him. Gen. 18:19 (KJV). Does God know you? Also, God has chosen him. Gen. 18:19 (NIV). 2- So that Abraham may direct his children and his household after him to keep the way of the Lord. You’ll find it quite difficult to direct anybody right if you don’t hear God.

Let me highlight some here as illustration;

1. Word: Bible is the written word of God or logos that a believer must read always and do what is written therein. Joshua 1:8 while Rhema is the spoken word of God that the true believer must be sensitive to hear. Heb.1: 1-3. Though, there are many ways through God speaks, the word of God (logos) is the authentic barrow meter by which one can know if it’s the Lord that has spoken. He will never contradict nor violate his word for any reason. Jesus told the Pharisees, you do err because you do not search the scripture….Mat. 22:29, John 5:39-40, 46-47

 2Inner Witness: The Holy Spirit in a believer witnesses to his/her spirit what the Lord is saying momentarily. 1 John 2:27, 7:38. God speaks more through inner witness these New Testament days because the Holy Spirit dwells in the believers. When you begin to hear within your spirit something you are not thinking about or a scripture, you need to pay attention because, the Holy Spirit might be prompting you to do something or give you direction, instruct, or answer some question in your heart. I Cor. 3: 16; 6:19

 3. Prophets: God speaks through prophets to the nation, people group, king or an individual. Such prophet like Isaiah in the Old Testament or Agabus in New Testament and other prophets even now. Heb.1:1. However, the office of the Prophet like others in the five-fold ministry, is a governmental gift saddled with teaching and mentoring believers who are called into that office. Eph. 4: 11-14. Even, in the Old Testament, there was School of prophets where young prophets were mentored.

4Word Of Wisdom: comes by the Spirit to tell you what to do or how to go about certain issue. It helps you to appropriate knowledge to solve problem or gives you clue to handle situations. I Cor. 12: 8 

5. Word Of Knowledge: The Holy Spirit tells you something about somebody without your prior knowledge. Divine information on what the person is going through with a view to bring solution. I Cor. 12:8  

6. Prophesy/Prophesying: You receive utterance by the Spirit to prophesy, to foretell things to come to the Church, the nation or an individual. I Cor. 12:10 

7. Circumstances/signs: God uses signs or circumstances to talk to his people in many instances. For example, Jacob at the well in Padan-aram. As he entered, he saw some shepherds near a well. Soon afterRacheal approach the well to fetch water! Remember, he was going to his uncle to marry one of his daughters. He fell in love with Racheal immediately but, little did he know that that he was going to be a shepherd under his uncle for twenty years. Gen. 27:1-6. Same goes with Moses at Midian. Exo. 2:15-17

8. Face-To-Face or Mouth-To-Mouth: God spoke with Moses in this manner. Num.12:7-8

9. Godly Counsel: Nathan in the life of David. Ever since Nathan came into the life of David after the Bathsheba episode, God used Nathan the prophet and Gad the seer mightily in the life of David for godly counsel and direction throughout his life. The installation of Solomon as king after Adonijah’s self-proclamation was made possible through the counsel of Nathan. 1 King 1: 5: 46

10. Vision: Vision is what the Lord shows you by His Spirit when you are not asleep. The picture just comes to you. Num.12: 6. Peter saw vision that prepared him to go minister to a Gentile and a Centurion named Cornelius who had earlier seen a vision too. Acts 10: 1-6, 9-17

 11Dream: God spoke to Joseph, Jacob etc through dream.

 12. Angels: God spoke through an angel to Manoah. Judges 13:1-20. Some angels announce to the shepherds the birth of our Lord Jesus and where He was kept in a manger. Luke 2:8-15.

He spoke to Paul about shipwreck without loss of life Acts 27:23-24.

He spoke to Zechariah on the birth of John the Baptist, his son. Luke 1: 11-17

These are some ways by which God speaks to His people. We are serving The Living God and because He is Alive, He speaks to His own. In view of these points, you need to pray not just to hear God but, to understand whatever He says. Secondly, it is clear that since God speaks in diverse ways, you can’t just limit yourself by asking God to speak to you just in dream instead, you need to discern when He is speaking.

 It takes intimate relationship with God to understand the things of God: word of God, Rhema word (spoken word), revelations, dreams, visions etc. 1 Cor. 2: 10-11. Intimacy with the Holy Spirit after receiving His baptism and continue in prayer and the word, will help us to understand what He is saying. It is one thing to hear God, understanding is so crucial.

 May the Lord give us hearing hear, understanding heart and grace to obey promptly. Amen

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God never asked Abraham to give Isaac until He first gave him; God never asked Israelites to give gold and silver etc until He gave it to them in Egypt. Noah could only sacrifice some animals from what God provided for Him in the Ark. Gen 8: 20. Gen. 18:10, 22:1-2. Exodus 12:31-35, 25:1-3.

Whatever God ask you to give that is sacrificial is for your own good because uncommon covenant blessings are attached to such giving. And God expects us first, to give ourselves generally, then:
1- as we purpose in our heart. 2- what we have. 3- bountifully. 4- cheerfully. NOT under compulsion and not grudgingly! 2 Cor. 9:6-11. And these attract God’s blessings. Beloved, have a great week. 

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“If our hope in Christ is good for this life only and no more, then we deserve more pity than anyone else in all the world.” 1 Cor. 15:19
Our hope in Christ should not be based only on mundane things that unbelievers made their life ambition and call success. To be rich/wealthy is, seek the kingdom and it’s righteousness first….Our hope should be on eternal life so that whatever we are blessed with on this earth would be used for eternal purpose. Matt. 6: 33. Rev.3: 17-18, 1 John 2:15-17
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