NCCF OGUN STATE 2019 Rural Rugged (Batch C Baptismal) 12 hours praying in the Holy Ghost... We have approached the Sixth (6th) hour of this Holy Convocation, we have been undoubtedly soaring in the spirit, with every hour seeing Jesus Corp members stretching in prayers and supplication.
We are currently consecrating ourselves to be built an Holy habitation unto the Lord.
The world is filled with so much pain, suffering, hopelessness, brokenness, lies, inconsistency, destruction, envy, etc etc etc. The list goes on, & if I think on it too much, it overwhelms me.
Yet today, like many other days, I saw God in everything that is so messed up. I saw opportunity, kindness, life, hope, smiles, possibility, willingness, forgiveness, humility, love, etc etc etc. & thinking of that too much will also make me feel overwhelmed.
So though things at times feel so negative, like “Nah, there is no solution”, I prefer to continue pushing on the positive mind set that through Christ, ALL (not just some) things are possible. That He died so Kensington and the rest of my city, and even the dead parts of my imperfect humanity could be resurrected in Him.
#kensington in #philly is #beautiful is you look at it from the eyes and the heart of #god. He died for the #bandlandz in this #city.
Thank you @ehcphilly for being such a blessing in my heart and for reminding me of #christ day in and day out.
Lettre aux Hébreux 2,14-18.
Puisque les enfants des hommes ont en commun le sang et la chair, Jésus a partagé, lui aussi, pareille condition : ainsi, par sa mort, il a pu réduire à l’impuissance celui qui possédait le pouvoir de la mort, c’est-à-dire le diable,
et il a rendu libres tous ceux qui, par crainte de la mort, passaient toute leur vie dans une situation d’esclaves.
Car ceux qu’il prend en charge, ce ne sont pas les anges, c’est la descendance d’Abraham.
Il lui fallait donc se rendre en tout semblable à ses frères, pour devenir un grand prêtre miséricordieux et digne de foi pour les relations avec Dieu, afin d’enlever les péchés du peuple.
Et parce qu’il a souffert jusqu’au bout l’épreuve de sa Passion, il est capable de porter secours à ceux qui subissent une épreuve.
“Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me.”
Matthew 16:24 NIV • • • •
To deny yourself means to admit that WITHOUT Christ you are insufficient. Nothing in the ENTIRE world can feel the void that you chase for , Jesus Christ is the only person who can and will replace that empty void that is in someone’s heart. #rollingonfaith tag a friend in the comments section who needs to be encouraged today ! !
You heard Abba Pambo!
If you're alive, and well, and scrolling through your newsfeed as you read this, you have no business giving in to despair.
Somehow, some way, when old and righteous Christians fled into the desert to spend their lives in complete seclusion and detachment - they found hope. "If you have a heart, you can be saved". Speaking of hope, I hope you're praying for the graphic novel, it's ALMOST ready to publish. Almost. Pray. Please. Thanks! :D
When I turn on the radio I literally here the same beats the same rhyme pattern and the same content. Stop trying to make what's popular. If you're just mimicking what you here or what's selling then you're not a true artist. True artist are different. They don't sound like everyone else. What ever is different about you don't hide it. Exploit it!
INSTAGRAM - PART 9 of 23 REAL TALK - JESUS TOUCHED ME
And all the joy that flood my soul
Something Happened thats all I Know he touched me and made me Hole.
The topic is - “ God can change any situation into Victory ”
Shearing the stages of growing up matured and flying in Jesus Name
As Jesus blood flowed out of his body his love flowed into our souls
While Jesus was experiencing the ultimate excruciating pain suffering and sorrow known to man
AS HE was Nailed to the CROSS He looked beyond my faults and saw my need
He Touch me - The Mercy and joy that flood our soul “He Touch me”
Isaiah 53:7 KJV
 He was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he opened not his mouth: he is brought as a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so he openeth not his mouth.
Be blessed in Jesus Name 🙏🏽💯% Pastor Matthew Kelvin Williams 🙏🏽💯%
Why is Europe so hateful to jews...
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Cause they invented globalism, and as it's described in their torah: Don't work the land like those dogs do when you can buy their product and sell it for higher price. You the god chosen people will be judged by God the most. See you in the afterlife...
"king god devil ego"
water color on paper
a friend of mine was venting to me all this bad stuff that recently happened to and I was thinking of what to say and I think its really easy to think "life happens to me" instead of "life happens for me" it'll require patience to see it out threw the end but you'll suffer if dont see it that way.
I recently listened to a podcast with Shaun white and tony robbins where Shaun talks about how he decided to make his misfortunes the best thing that ever happened to him.
link is in my story if want to listen to it
Did someone say NEW? That’s what is implied when folks say you’ve changed. Believe it or not, ‘you’ve changed’ is a compliment! Not hearing ‘you used to be…’, is a scary thought for me. It suggest I haven’t grown. It means all those things God promised to work out for my good, aren’t really being worked out; because of my unwillingness to obey. It implies I am just reading His word and not practicing what I’ve read. No one goes to the gym, looks at weights and expects results. And you definitely don't go to a buffet leaving hungry.
When you allow God into your life - expect a complete makeover. This makeover will yield some shouting, praising, and testimony. Make room for the new you, by getting rid of who ‘you used to be’.
“All the people saw him walking and praising God, and they recognized that he was the one who used to sit and beg at the Beautiful Gate of the temple complex. So they were filled with awe and astonishment at what had happened to him.” — Acts 3:9-10 HCSB