The Most Powerful Name EVER

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Power of attorney is defined as the authority to act for another person in specified matters. We have actually as born again Christians been given the power of attorney to use the name of Jesus. We act in His name. When we affirm anything or make a decree in the Name of Jesus, it’s as though Jesus Himself decreed it. We speak for Him, or speak in His place, when we use the Name of Jesus.

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We don’t beg with the Name of Jesus!!!!

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I can’t​ imagine going to a Government Parastal in the name of the President of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari and be begging to be given a listening ear. Like, Buhari sends me to get a document or two from Ministry of Education and he has called in advance to make them aware of my arrival and I get there and still have to beg them to listen to me? Impossible!!!!!

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The Bible has made us understand in Psalm 24:1 that “The earth is the LORD’S, and the fullness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein” and in Phillipians 2:9-10 we are assured that “God also hath highly exalted Jesus, and given Him a name which is above every name. That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things on earth, and things under the earth”.

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You have the most powerful Name in all the universe at your disposal to use at will, don’t use it to beg, don’t use it to worry, don’t use it to cry, don’t use it to pity yourself.

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Instead use the name of Jesus to put the devil and his demons, sin, sickness, death, joblessness, limitation, depression and even death in their place- defeated! And then use the same Name to establish yourself in the triumphant life, in all round success, health, prosperity, and joy. Use it to make your life glorious!!!!!!

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Culled and adapted from Rhapsody of Realities by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.

Godly Version of Kiss Daniel’s Mama

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As a habit, while walking to work, I hum songs to my God in appreciation for seeing a new day and in anticipation for a good day at work.

Today while walking to work and singing praises, I walked by a house with this young guy washing his car but his stereo was on and playing Kiss Daniel’s ‘Mama’ song. It was too loud for me to concentrate so I decided to listen to the song (one of my favorite songs of 2016) but this time around, something else dropped.

The song didn’t feel like a love song to a lady but a love song to God.

It was amazing how it felt and below is what I heard while walking home.

Please click HERE to download the song and sing along using the lyrics below.
God bless you…..

Song Title: Papa

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It’s my God;
The Gracious Producer…….

Feel My Papa
You know I love you so; oh

God I cherish You
I stand for You
I won’t lie to You
But I fit die for You oh oh
In the night
God am down for You oh oh

Oya talk to me ooo Papa
Free ooo, Bo Lorun Soro mi dayo with you (Translation: If God turns my concerns to joy)
Baba, all I seek I find it in You
All I seek I find it in You
All I seek I find it in You.

See, If I’m to choose, God I’ll choose You
If I’m to lose, God I want to lose with You
Some say na taboo but God I see truth in You

Shey wa korin fun mi, do you really care? (Translation: Will you comfort me, do you really care?)
Sho le pon mi fun mi Baba? (Translation: Can You fetch me water (from the well of life)?)
Se mi i ni lo te oh (Translation: Hope I won’t be disgraced?)
To be sincere
I would do always anything for You
Anything for You

God I cherish You
I stand for You
I won’t lie to You
But I fit die for You oh oh
In the night
God am down for You oh oh

Oya talk to me ooo Papa
Free ooo, Bo Lorun Soro mi dayo with you (Translation: If God turns my concerns to joy)
Baba, all I seek I find it in You
All I seek I find it in You
All I seek I find it in You

If they want to shoot, God I’ll take a shot for You
Ain’t gan kill because You are there for me
Prayed to You last night and You came my way
Ha, eh omo baba alayo ni (Translation: I am a son of a happy mother)

If them buy infinity would You buy for me oh
When I am in captivity would You come for me oh
Stick it to the light and let me see Your grace
See Your grace

God I cherish You
I stand for You
I won’t lie to You
But I fit die for You oh oh
In the night
God am down for You oh oh

Oya talk to me ooo Papa
Free ooo, Bo Lorun Soro mi dayo with you (Translation: If God turns my concerns to joy)
Baba, all I seek I find it in You
All I seek I find it in You
All I seek I find it in You

All I seek I find it in You (Phillipians 4:19, Deutronomy 8:18, 2 Corinthians 9:8, Matthew 6:33, Job 36:11, Psalms 84:12, Proverbs 16:7, 1 Corinthians 2:9, Phillipians 4:6, 3 John 1:2)

It’s your son, Kurtis
Emperor Jesus…….
God Worldwide.

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Understanding The Books in the Bible (The New Testament)

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I used the Bible on my tablet for a long time and you know how it works, you just search for the book of the Bible that you want and it gets it automatically. It was after I decided to switch back to the conventional Bible that I discovered I don’t know where many Books in the bible are located.
We are also used to the ‘open your Bible to so-so-and-so Book’ while in church to pick out a specific scripture that we hardly understand what’s in each Book of the Bible and the message they individually carry.
These gaps in our knowledge of the Bible inspired me to write this article and with the help of a special book titled “Explorer’s Notes: THE BIBLE; Finding your way around the Bible” by Nick Page, I welcome you to an article that would help you understand the Bible better than you do already.
Let’s proceed:

THE NEW TESTAMENT:

The New Testament is probably the most influential book in the world. It starts with biographies of Jesus including His birth, life on earth, death and resurrection to the letters of Paul and ends with a vision of the future. The Books in the New Testament include:

1. THE GOSPEL AND ACTS:

The Gospels and Acts are the biographies of Jesus and the story of what happened immediately after His death and resurrection.

Matthew: The Gospel of Matthew testifies that Jesus is the King.

Mark: The Gospel of Mark tells us that Jesus is the servant of God.

Luke: The Gospel of Luke testifies that Jesus is the saviour of mankind.

John: The Gospel of John unveils Jesus as the Son of God.

Acts: Jesus promised His followers that He would send them the Holy Spirit. This book tells that story and what happens next.

 

2. PAUL’S LETTERS:

This section contains letters written by Paul to churches and individuals in the very early years of Christianity.

Romans: is written by Paul to introduce himself to the church at Rome and to share some of his core beliefs.

1 & 2 Corinthians: were written to challenge and correct the sinful behaviour of the church at Corinth.

Galatians: was written to a group to churches planted by Paul on his missionary journey.

Ephesians: emphasizes the need for unity and summarizes Paul’s ideas and beliefs.

Philippians: is a thank-you letter from Paul. He encourages the church at Philippi to keep going.

Colossians: was written to a church that Paul had heard about from a friend. He encourages the church to focus on Jesus.

1 & 2 Thessalonians: are early letters written to encourage new converts to Christianity.

1 & 2 Timothy: are letters written to Paul’s helper Timothy, dealing with practical issues of running a church.

Titus: was written to one of Paul’s most trusted associates and deals with practical church matters, leadership, holiness and honesty.

Philemon: is a short letter written on behalf of a runaway slave.

 

3. GENERAL LETTERS:

The general letters were written by other Apostles, and by one unnamed writer to churches and individuals.

Hebrews: deals with the relationship of Christianity to the Old Testament Law.

James: is a practical guide on how to live as a Christian.

1 & 2 Peter: challenges false teachers and encourage those facing persecution.

1,2 & 3 John: deal with false teaching and the need for Christians to live right.

Jude: was written to encourage Christians to stay strong in the faith and to reject false teaching.

Revelation: is a massive, powerful, vision of the future, filled with mystery imagery and symbolic numbers.

 

Continuation: Understanding The Books of the Bible (The Old Testament)
Reference:
Explorer’s Notes: THE BIBLE by Nick Page