'Fullness' Tagged Posts

'Fullness' Tagged Posts

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THE PRIORITY OF SCRIPTURAL UNITY IN HIS CHURCH

Monday Bible Study (September 21, 2020) THE PRIORITY OF SCRIPTURAL UNITY IN HIS CHURCH 1 Corinthians 1:10-25   Apostle Paul’s writing to the church at Corinth is instructive to all the churches throughout the world. He emphasised the priority of scriptural, perpetual and profitable unity in Christ’s Church. This must be at the forefront of all our decision and aspiration as members in His church.   Point 1: THE PRICE OF COMMITMENT TO UNITY IN CHRIST 1 Corinthians 1:10 Unity…

FULL AND FINAL SALVATION THROUGH THE GOOD SHEPHERD

Sunday Worship Service (September 06, 2020) FULL AND FINAL SALVATION THROUGH THE GOOD SHEPHERD Psalm 22-24   Our salvation is full and final through the good Shepherd. The Psalms under consideration follow chronologically and are significant to our salvation and the ministry of our Saviour, Shepherd and glorious King in our lives. Our gracious Saviour, His sacrifice, suffering and substitutionary work on the cross at Calvary are revealed in Psalm 22. He rose from the dead and became the Shepherd…
Leadership Development

KNOWING GOD AND TRUSTING HIM ALONE

Leadership Development (August 25, 2020) KNOWING GOD AND TRUSTING HIM ALONE Psalms 16:1,2; 17:6-8; 18:2,30; 19:7-9; 20:6,7; 21:6,7 The central theme in these Psalms is trusting the Lord. The Psalms give us real spiritual insights into relationship with God, with one another, fulfilling the calling that God has given us and who ministers ought to be. The word “trust” is mentioned repeatedly in these psalms and reveals an indispensable criterion for a minister’s significance in life and ministry. What the…

Study  54 – CHRIST’S FULLER REVELATION THROUGH THE HOLY SPIRIT

Gleans from Monday Bible Study with Pastor (Dr) W.F Kumuyi. DLBC Old Isolo, Lagos HQ 18th June 2018 Study  54 – CHRIST’S FULLER REVELATION THROUGH THE HOLY SPIRIT John 16:12-22; Matthew 13:11,16-17,51-52; Luke 10:21-24 Christ’s declaration must have taken the disciples by surprise. Understand that Jesus had been with the disciples for three and half years, and He had been teaching and exposing them to the things of the kingdom, and they thought they had heard and learnt all things…