Posts from 2017

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Sacrificial love

by RCCG NSW

“For God so love the world, that he gave…’ (John 3:16). When you are genuinely in love, making sacrifices for the one you love will be a thing of pleasure and not a burden. I’ve heard of stories of lovers who traveled from one end of city to the other at least twice in a […]

Count your blessings.

by RCCG NSW

‘Do all things without murmurings and disputing.’ (Phil 2:14). In every sporting competition, only an individual or a team wins at the end of the game. Either in the world cup at Russia 2018, or the “Ashes” as in cricket; whether your team wins or loses, do not grumble or complain. If you have to […]

Fight one more round.

by RCCG NSW

‘The spider taketh hold with her hands, and is in king’s palaces.’ (Proverbs 30:28). The Almighty God has surrounded human beings with a lot of creatures to take lessons of life from. Among them are conies, locusts, ants and spiders. A Coney resembles rabbit but he cannot run like one and cannot dig deep like […]

The cave of Adullam

by RCCG NSW

‘Adullam…all those who were in distress or in debt…gathered around him.’ (I Sam 22:1-2). A cave is an underground chamber in a cliff or hillside. It is a hiding /escape destination from danger. The story of King David was one of undulating experience – chased around by Saul to the extent that he hated staying […]

When the whistle blows

by RCCG NSW

. ‘…..and be led forth with peace…’ (Isaiah 55:12). In the game of football (and by extension in many sporting games), the center referee uses the whistle mostly when there is an infringement. The Holy Spirit in the life of a Christian is his referee. When last have you had a check in your spirit […]

God deserves your best

by RCCG NSW

‘…..offer it now to your governor; will he be pleased with thee, or accept thy person?…’ (Mal 1:8). From the beginning, God has been the owner of all things and still retains that title even till this dispensation (Gen 1:1). No art of giving therefore can surprise Him; rather when you give your best to […]

Can you go overboard with Him?

by RCCG NSW

‘Peter heard him say, it is the Lord and jumped into the water’ (John 1:7). After an all-night labor in futility by the disciples, the Master and Owner of the universe had another encounter with them and asked them to throw their net on the right side of their boat, and they caught 153 fishes. […]

Stop dwelling on the past.

by RCCG NSW

‘…..for thou shalt forget the shame of thy youth …’ (Isaiah 54:4). The first woman was declared married by the time she opened her eyes on earth. She never got to grow up, but instantly stepped into being a wife, then a mother. Did that happen to you? You were a parent before you had […]

When Jesus visits

by RCCG NSW

“And in the fourth watch of the night, Jesus went unto them…’ (Matthew 14:25). The fourth watch is always a critical period in the ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is the hour between 3 am and 6 am. The Israelites enjoyed divine parting of the Red Sea at such period (Exodus 14:21). It […]

Your real identity

by RCCG NSW

‘…..What is thy name? …’ (Genesis 32:27). As Jacob was on his way to Canaan with all his family members after his separation from Laban, he had a divine encounter with an angel in the night before meeting with Esau. His name was changed to Israel (Genesis 32:26-28). An encounter with God forced Jacob to […]