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The Holy Spirit in Old Testament And Lessons For The Church Today – Ven. Ireoba

The activities of the Holy Spirit did not start on the Pentecost Day. Right in the beginning, he hovered over the formless void of creation (Gen 1:2), and was involved in the Creation (Gen. 1:26; Job 33:4). The Holy Spirit, though most times, called the Spirit of God, also featured actively during the exodus...

The Economy Of Nigeria Is In Labour Room And Depature Lounge – Bishop Chidi

We bring you Pentecost greetings of blessings and God's indwelling Holy Spirit. It is our responsibility to acknowledge some of the good wishes from some of you. We are quite appreciative of all your kind words and encouragement. Last week was dramatic and consequential. This week will be great because of the release of the...

There is Hope for those who put their trust on the Ressurected Life of Jesus Christ by Bishop Chidi Oparaojiaku

Good morning covenant friends and Partners. Greetings of blessings and do hope that the week has been of tremendous importance in the history of our collective pain as a result of Coronavirus pandemic. Listen there is SURE HOPE FOR THOSE WHO PUT THEIR TRUST ON THE RESURRECTED LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST. We are glad...

The Economicology Of Stability: Issuing Consequences Of Covid-19 Aftermath Especially In Nigeria.

Greetings of blessings as we bring you update Reflections and Meditations from last week till today. We appreciate all your wishes and comments. Your concerns and questions help us to research more and to that we are grateful. Again some of you are still expressing fear and anxiety , please NO that is not the...

It’s Rogation: Good Lord Deliver Us By Princewill Ireoba

Every 5th Sunday after the Easter Day, which corresponds to the last Sunday before the Ascension Day, is known as the Rogation Sunday, and the following three days as the Rogation Days. The word, Rogation, is got from the Latin word, rogare, which means “to ask.” The history of the observance of rogation is traced...

When I am afraid…I shall not be afraid by Bishop Fagbemi

This will ordinarily sound like a contradiction. But it is simply an indication that in times of fear, worry and anxiety, there is something else to do, it is simply not to fear. A reflection on Psalm 56 offers a genuine alternative to fear in times like this. During this Covid-19 pandemic churches have...

The Resurrection Rekindles Restoration – By Princewill Ireoba

One clear message of the Resurrection of Christ is that those who believe in him will also experience restoration to life. “And if the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his...

Global Economic Pendulum Orchestrated By Covid-19 Via Nigeria State – Bishop Chidi Oparajiako

Good morning Covenant Friends and Great Partners. We bring you update on our reflections and meditations from last week till today. It's of immense importance to thank some of you for your encouragement and good wishes, while saying that the purpose of this weekly reflections and meditations is not to create fear as some...

The One Big Word In Christianity – Archbishop Emmanuel Egbunu

If you were asked what the most important word is for anyone who calls himself or herself a Christian, or someone who is considering becoming a Christian, what would your answer be? Let us see what answers we find in the Bible: THE EMPHASIS OF JOHN’S GOSPEL   “But to all who did receive him, who believed...

Life After Death – Princewill Ireoba

Another implication of Easter is the confirmation, demonstration and assurance of life after death by the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. However, the concept and belief in life after death has been there before the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and shows that death is rather a way to life than...

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