Posts from 2016

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Division of labour, specialization & comparative advantage

by RCCG NSW

Moses asked God, ‘Why have You laid the burden of all these people on me?’ (Numb 11:11) God replied, ‘..Gather to Me seventy men.. I will take of the Spirit that is upon you and will put the same upon them.. that you may not bear it yourself alone.’ (Numb 11:16-17) It is expedient for […]

Learn when to apply the break

by RCCG NSW

Taking a break or holiday is one of the hardest things to do especially for an active mind. Doing it without a feeling of failure especially when you still have a lot to accomplish on your “to do list” can be very difficult, but we need to understand that there will always be more to […]

The fluidity of life

by RCCG NSW

Oh this life is beautiful! This was part of the wordings of a song by a popular African musician long time ago. But a wise individual knows that life is like a pendulum; it swings and has its deep (low) and high turns. I pray that your high turns will be more than deep ones […]

Contentment

by RCCG NSW

The relevance of this topic cannot be over-emphasised in the world today and especially in the 21st Century Church. It’s easy to be satisfied when things in life are cruising well. But how often does that happen in a life full of uncertainties? Apostle Paul offered a plausible advice in Philippians 4:11 – “Not that […]

Rejection

by RCCG NSW

“That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith, that ye being rooted and grounded in love (Ephesians 3:7)”. The word rejection is too familiar to many of us as we are expose to it everywhere, even within our friends. When your roots spring from the soil of rejection, it’s like living in a house […]

Stop worrying

by RCCG NSW

“Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof (Matthew 6:34)”. We have heard, counselled or preached on this topic at one stage in the past; but the “monster” stirs at us over and over again. Whatever cadre […]

You can’t do it all alone

by RCCG NSW

“I am not able to bear all this people alone…..(Numbers 11:14)”. In today’s piece, we want to leverage on the story in Numbers chapter 11 to drive home the significance of the power of synergy especially in the Christendom and learning when to say ‘I need help.’ You can only do it yourself (DIY) until […]

A new heart

by RCCG NSW

“Create in me a new heart, O God…..(Psalm 51:10)”. When Samson crossed his boundary, his two eyes were gouged out and mocked by his enemies in a Philistine prison. The very thing he loved was used as a bait to arrest him – sex and unguarded look. Another character similar to Samson in the Bible […]

Hold on to God

by RCCG NSW

The three Hebrew boys – Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego had nothing to gain by blatantly refusing to bow to the king’s idol other than that the king ordered them to violate their conviction – there is no other God than Jehovah! Their action could be summarized as: ‘Better a live dog than a dead lion. […]

The old man

by RCCG NSW

There are inherent habits and attitudes in a man’s life that if not spiritually handled, can dement a glorious ministry and destroy a destiny at a critical moment of his life. We have a lot of example of people that have fallen from pedestal of honours because they failed to tame their strongholds and this […]