The desire to keep up with the changing face of our earthly existence ; food on the table, settling the bills, meeting up mortgage payments, keeping our career on track, has beclouded our minds of the transitory nature of our presence on the earth! It is only when there is crisis that we stop awhile to recount our steps and reflect on our true relationship with the Heavenly Host. The modern church has relegated the topic to the background and prefer topics that keep their congregation electrified and wanting more from the preachers – whose speech charisma has overshadowed holiness and righteousness. The modern worshipper want to hear about prosperity and not repentance; longevity not rapture! For them, let Jesus Christ tarry awhile before embarking on the second journey. At least, let them enjoy their own portion of the earth abundance before going to heaven or hell! Some could careless because of the affliction they have been subjected to on earth.
Here is the word of God to the messenger this day.
Nigeria shall witness a wind of glory never ever known by man. The scepter of him who is and is to come is stretched over the entire country. Let those be warned that are the architects of trouble and evil, for their days are numbered. The chaff in a couple of days from now will be blown over and the grains shall settle at the bottom of the basin. Let those who have ears hear what the Spirit of God is saying. For the words are not those of man, but the select of the Lord. Continue reading God Speaks On Nigeria
Jesus Christ before the ascension into heaven, told his disciples that it was to their advantage that he returned to Heaven, for it was only then the Father can send down the Counsellor to them. One may be tempted to ask what the role of the Counsellor is to us as Christians. (John 16:7)
What do we understand as being a Counsellor? It is a person who by privilege of knowledge, education or experience is in a unique position to advice, guide and help you achieve the desired results in life. In secondary schools, they are known as Career Counsellors. Usually, their jobs are to advise students in the junior secondary what subjects to select to follow a certain career in life. This is often based on the academic performance of the individual concerned; the counsellor uses the subjects’ grade to advice on career choice. Ultimately, the aim is for you to pass your ‘O’ level exams based on the subject you often excel. In the Church, the Counsellor is the Pastor or his assistant. He is there for your spiritual guidance, whenever you experience abnormal situations you can not ordinarily explain. He usually set aside his counselling days for people to bring their problems to him. Continue reading WHO IS THE HOLY GHOST?