Who is your Captain?

by RCCG NSW

‘Wherefore, sirs, be of good cheer: for I believe God…..’ (Acts 27:25). The story was told of Robert Schuller who was on a cruise ship off Queensland, Australia when suddenly the ship captain announced that they were about to navigate a very narrow and dangerous gap and needed certain comfortable level of water to avoid […]

Leave it behind.

by RCCG NSW

‘Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing…..’ (Isaiah 43:18 – 19). God in His infinite wisdom does not consult your past to determine your future because He knows that all your righteousness are like filthy rags in His sight (Isaiah 64:6). -Have you […]

The pathway to Honour.

by RCCG NSW

“..I have found David…a man after My own heart”(Acts 13:22) It’s true that some of God’s promises become reality quickly; but others like the one God gave to David that he’ll be king in Israel have to be fought for. Who are we to question God how He arrange our destinies? In the case of […]

I will do it myself.

by RCCG NSW

‘…that thou layest the burden of all this people upon me?’ (Numbers 11:11). We’ve preached and heard so much on giving, but very little on receiving. Most Christians therefore live an unbalanced life and as well never reach their growth potential or accomplish God’s plan for their lives. Most often, somebody close to you has […]

It’s all about the Mind.

by RCCG NSW

It’s all about the Mind. ‘…But be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind….’ (Romans 12:2). The mind is very critical in decision making processes. The thought of an action is processed in the mind before it is executed. For any concrete decision-making in life, the mind must be fully involved. But this is […]

In season of drought.

by RCCG NSW

‘But blessed is the man that trusts in the Lord…’ (Jeremiah 17:7). Drought time is characterized majorly by scarcity of rainfall, dry and caked soil – sometimes the soil can be powdery in texture. As a result of this, many lives will be adversely affected; especially livestock dying in droves and groceries prices experiencing an […]

There is a better tomorrow

by RCCG NSW

‘….to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning…’ (Isaiah 61:3). In Chinese culture and terminology, crisis is a mixture of pains and opportunities. Times when stakes are high and outcome seems doubtful, purpose do emerge from such scenario like beauty from ashes. True healing from disappointment, failure and pains can […]

Will you be missed?

by RCCG NSW

‘Then Jonathan said to David, Tomorrow is the new moon: and thou shalt be missed….’ (I Samuel 20:18). You don’t realise how important relationship is, until you lose a dear one. Most often we neglect what matter so much in life because of our scramble for fame and other ephemeral things. Majority of people end […]

What to do when exhausted

by RCCG NSW

‘He restoreth my soul….’ (Psalms 23:3). Do you still remember that old sayings: ‘You cannot burn the candle at both ends’? Though we have transited to the use of electricity, but the relevance of the saying in all dispensation cannot be disputed. In this age, we all go for big things – high paying roles, […]

A leader or ruler?

by RCCG NSW

‘……If any man desire to be first, the same shall be the last of all….’ (Mark 9:35).        A leader takes the front position to practically demonstrate the ‘how’ to the led. Humility is seen everywhere in such personality and he’s ready to learn from his subordinates. While a ruler ‘lord’ it on his […]