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Showing posts with label Religion. Show all posts

Thursday, May 17, 2018

With 10 Cakes? See Photos as Kenyans Celebrate Apostle Suleman

Oh dear! The Apostle is loved!!! The Apostle who is in Kenya for the 2018 Apostolic Invasion was given a surprise welcome, as church members and political leaders gathered to celebrate his birthday once again.
Though passed, they felt they still need to celebrate him among themselves, so they made him over 10 cakes. Sure Apostle Suleman too must be shocked.. Wow! People do know how to honour others. Yes, I know someone must be saying, but is this necessary? Over to you guys. See more photos from the celebration below..

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Saturday, May 5, 2018

Prayer For Today 5/4/2018


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Saturday, April 28, 2018

Prayer Of The Day!

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Saturday, March 24, 2018

Prayer Of The Day [23-March-2018]

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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Special Prayer From Ayo Ajewole (Woli Agba)

Famous actor and Comedian, Ayo Ajewole famously know as "WOLI AGBA" made the special prayer for the general on his IG page.

He said
"This week, you shall not breakdown suddenly in Jesus name. 
As you step out this week in search of Greener Pasture, you shall not breakdown suddenly in Jesus name"
See the photo below..
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Saturday, December 16, 2017

"The True And Real Meaning Of Suicide" – Ayeni Olamide Olayeni

Truly, Suicide is the act of intentionally causing one's own death. And its risk factors include mental disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and substance abuse, including alcoholism and use of benzodiazepines.
Other suicides are impulsive acts due to stress such as from financial difficulties, troubles with relationships, or from bullying, e.t.c..

But Ayeni Olamide Olayeni has come up with his own true definition and meaning for suicide. Just continue reading..
Clears throat, (drags chair and sits).
if I should ask everyone the meaning of suicide, well you all know what you would say. But my own little definition of suicide is giving up.

Suicide is compared physical because of the life taken, but suicide is in every aspect of life, be it Physical, Spiritual, Academical, Social, Mental etc.

But I would like to talk on physical and mental now. Because you think you are ugly or not beautiful, you have already relegated yourself even you are dead with your life in you.
Ugly or beautiful, short or tall, fat or slim or whatever you have that virtue and beauty in you.

READ ALSO: 6 Side-Benefit to Having SUPERGOALS - By Ademuyiwa Olamide

Hahaha. You can't loose on both sides. Check yourself, that facial beauty you don't have is replaced by a talent or virtue in you, even those cute ones aspires to.

Alright, someone is making exploits and you think you can't too, just take it from here, that person doesn't have two heads, he has a brain just like you do, so why giving up.

I don't know why I'm saying this but laziness, procrastination and sin reverses life. But hard-work, diligence and prayer speeds up ones glory.

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Failure is not a crime or what should be prayed for, i.e falling is not a crime but failure to stand up again is the bad.

If you believe in yourself say "I WILL NOT QUIT".
Believe in yourself. Pray to God about your weakness and he will surely helps you.

Well I will like to continue the other aspect next time, keep visiting Teelamford.com so that you won't miss it. Thanks for your time.
To be continued...

Ayeni Olamide Olayeni.
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Sunday, October 1, 2017

You Have Only A Year Left In YBNL – Angry Fan Writes Open Letter To Davolee

Angry YBNL Fan Writes Open Letter to Davolee.

Davolee  - Teelamford

Read below (Unedited):-
YBNL Newly signed Rapper Davolee is not making any tangible improvement on his career at all. He should try as much as possible to improve.
Recall that On November 12, 2016 Olamide announced via his Instagram  & Twitter accounts the signing of new Dope Rapper Know as Davolee.
Olamide has been known to favor a two-year contract with his sign-ons in the belief that it is enough period for them to stand on their ‘two feet.’
Though, I don’t know Davolee signing limit but I am very sure he was also signed to YBNL For just two years contract. If the contract expires, chances are it won’t be renewed. That is YBNL and Olamide’s policy. Same thing happened when Lil Kesh & Adekunle Gold, they both moved on.
According to Adekule Gold while confirming his exit from YBNL , he said:-
My contract has expired and that’s it. In YBNL, you don’t renew contract. Olamide signed us for two years, so that by yourself, you can hustle and make things happen. I don’t have my record label now, so I’m on my own for now.
I don’t know about record label and I don’t have the vision to have one now.
Davolee  - Teelamford1
The rightful thoughts of Olamide from time is that his prayer stands firm on all his label artistes that after two years, all artistes he signed will not consider signing into another record label but rather they should be able to stand on their own and try and help other people.
Before Lil Kesh left YBNL, he was reportedly financially buoyant enough to fund his projects and music videos. Not just that, he has already become famous to market whatever art work he presents.
Lil kesh was signed to YBNL around may 2014 but in just few months after the signing, Lil kesh broke out with massive hits of his single Shoki.
Now, lets calculate the already exceeded volume of capacity by DAVOLEE in his two years contract in YBNL. Starting from November 12, 2016 when Olamide officially announced his signing worldwidely till date September 30, 2017, just few weeks to total Davolee’s contract 1 year old. Yet, he is still struggling to be known.
Uptil now nobody knows Davolee, only those on social media can tell who Davolee is and not everybody can. I have gone very far to ask who is Davolee both on streets and social media. But only few could say he is YBNL signee. While the rest says ‘we don’t know him’.
Despite that he was featured on Olamide’s Pepper Dem Gang he is still not yet known worldwide.
I am not condemning him but what I am trying to say is that, please brother Davolee your time is running up.
You have just one year and six weeks to make your name ring serious bell in the head of Nigerians else you might go back to hawk pure water on the streets of Mushin, Lagos the street where Olamide picked you up.
Davolee with Olamide  - Teelamford
No street hit, No gist and no beef. I bet you without these above mentioned, people will hardly know you. If you don’t make a name for your self now, I am afraid by the time you might have exceeded your contract with YBNL, your own ends there.
Please try to light your fire now that you have the matches and fuel right in your hand.
Am your No. 1 fan “Mr Rational Laughter“. Please find my letter very helpful *
I wrote this letter because I wish you success in all your endeavors. However I believe very strongly that your latest single “CIROCING” is going to take you places. I am still praying for you on that 
Thanks Davolee, Can’t wait to see you flying high!
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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

10 Reasons You Should Pray Everyday

Theologian Jonathan Edwards once stated, “Prayer is as natural an expression of faith as breathing is of life.” Simply defined, prayer is communion and cooperation with God.

It is through prayer that we approach the throne of God with our praises, thanks, confessions, and requests. The Bible requests and encourages believers to be devoted to prayer (Ephesians 6:18; Colossians 4:2; 1 Thessalonians 5:17; 1 Timothy 2:8).

Since prayer is such a priority in Scripture, what are some of the benefits for the believer? Below are ten ways prayer assists a person’s spiritual journey...

1. Prayer Deepens a Person’s Faith in God 

(Hebrews 11:6; Proverbs 3:5-7)
Because prayer is our communion with God, each time we approach the Lord through prayer, our faith strengthens. God promises that He hears the prayers of His people (1 John 5:14). As we see God answer our prayers with both positive and negative responses, our faith matures because we realize He is actively present in our lives. Hannah’s prayer life in 1 Samuel 1-2 illustrates personal growth through prayer.

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2. Prayer Helps Us Discern and Accept God’s Will 
(Lamentations 3:25; Philippians 1:9; Colossians 1:9)
When Jesus’ disciples asked him how to pray, one part of his prayer was to ask that God’s will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Through this petition, we learn the importance of discerning and accepting God’s will for our lives. By communing with God, we avail ourselves to submit to His authority. After Jesus wrestled in prayer at Gethsemane, he was ready to suffer the cross because he knew it was his cup to bear. For us, when we seek the Lord, peace comes at the knowledge of His will.

3. Prayer Deepens Fellowship with God

(Jeremiah 33:3; 1 Corinthians 2:9-13)
Through prayer, we learn the heart of our Heavenly Father. King David, known as a man after God’s own heart recorded many of his prayers to God in the Book of Psalms. Through not only our own expression of faith, but also in the times of stillness, we are able to deepen the depth of our relationship with the Lord.

4. Prayer Connects Us with Other Believers 

(Luke 22:31-32; Ephesians 3:14-21; 1 John 5:15-16)
Scripture encourages us to pray with others and for others. When the early Church gathered together in fervent prayer for Peter after he was imprisoned, an angel rescued him from his chains (Acts 12). Stories continue to be told today of how God miraculously answers the faithful prayers of his people. We must never cease praying with and for our brothers and sisters in the faith; for it is through prayer that God continues to transform the world.

5. Prayer Brings Us Towards Forgiveness 

(2 Chronicles 7:14; 1 John 1:9; Matthew 5:44).
Not only is confession good for the soul, but it is necessary to receive forgiveness for our sins from God. When we confess our sins to God through prayer, He forgives us of our sins and our relationship with Him is restored. Similarly, when we have a grievance with another, it is through prayer that we can find the power in Christ to forgive them. We see Jesus illustrate this forgiveness on the cross in Luke 23:34. When we turn our heart in prayer, we are able to not only repent and receive forgiveness, but offer forgiveness to others in return.

6.  Prayer Helps Us Set Our Minds on God 
(Jeremiah 29:13; Romans 12:2; Colossians 3:2; Philippians 3:13-14)
The more time we spend with God and focus on Him, the more it will translate into our daily lives. In a world that advocates everything that is against God, as believers, we can use prayer to remind us of all God has done for us in the past and all God has promised to do for us. The prayer of Habakkuk 3 illustrates this mindset.

7. Prayer Helps Us Adopt an Attitude of Gratefulness 

(Colossians 4:2; Hebrews 13:5)
The Bible encourages believers to approach God with an attitude of praise and thanksgiving. We are to recognize Him for who He is and what He has done for us. In doing so, we bring honor to the Lord. We also learn to adopt a positive mindset. The Apostle Paul is a testimony of someone who observed a lifestyle of gratefulness. No matter the circumstances, his contentment was based on his identity in Christ and the freedom of forgiveness. This gratefulness permeated every area of his life. When we recognize through prayer how God has worked in our lives, we begin to become more grateful in other areas of our lives as well.

8. Prayer Gives Us Wisdom

(1 Chronicles 1:10; Psalm 32:8; Jeremiah 33:3; James 1:5).
The book of James states that wisdom is a free gift to anyone who asks God. King Solomon asked the Lord for wisdom and he was the wisest man who ever lived. Yet, as we learn from Solomon, to obtain wisdom is not enough. We must then live by wisdom. When we are in continual prayer with God, we receive a perpetual flow of wisdom and guidance.

READ ALSO: Lord's Chosen Member Claims a Dead Child Was Brought Back To Life After Pastor's Prayer (See Photos)

9. Prayer Releases Anxiety 

(Psa 34:4; Philippians 4:6-7; 1 Peter 5:6-7)
Jesus called the weak and weary to come to him for rest. When the prophet Jeremiah felt overwhelmed by his task at hand he turned to the Lord for renewal. It was through prayer that the prophet lamented, grieved, and found strength to continue his ministry. Likewise, prayer is an avenue by which we may share our heart to God and fully process everything that weighs down our spirit.

10. Prayer Helps Us Combat Pride 

(2 Chronicles 7:14; Isaiah 6:1-5)
James 4:6 states that God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble. When we go to God in prayer, our attitude should be one of humility because we recognize the greatness of His glory and the gratefulness of our grace. In so doing, we learn to combat the pride that wells up within us. The story of the prayers of the tax collector and the Pharisee in Luke 18 shows how God honors humility. When it is tempting to place ourselves first, an active prayer life can help us have a proper perspective.

God as our Heavenly Father deeply desires for us to walk with Him. Through Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, we have been given access by faith through him. Prayer is a primary tool for us to draw closer to God and understand Him better.
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Monday, September 18, 2017

Photos From Pastor's Dedicate of First Child After 32 Years Without a Child

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After 32 years of barrenness, Rev. & Mrs Michael Ewache who are the Seniour Pastors and Founder of The Glory Of His Majesty Church dedicate their first baby to God.

The Church of Christ in Benue was agog on Sunday as over ten thousand Christian Faithfuls gather to celebrate the dedication of baby Angel Treasure Ochofie Ewache.

The event witnessed lots of well-wishers from far and near including Notable names like Apostle Uloko of House On The Rock, Rev. Sunday Ogwuche who was the Guest Speaker, Rev. Dave Ogbole and Pst. Oloche King Adaji. 

Also present was Arch Bishop Benjamin Kurudu, Bishop Austin Gundu, Bishop Uba Udenyi and other great men of God from around the nation. See teh photo below..

Photo from the dedication
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Sunday, September 17, 2017

Prayer Of The Day!

Preyer Of The Day

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Saturday, September 16, 2017

Prayer Of The Day!

Prayer Of The Day!

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5 Important Ways All Men Must Build Themselves As Husbands

Like most things in life, marriages are not static. It may feel like there are times when we settle into comfortable seasons, but marriages aren’t like McDonalds’ chicken nuggets. If we ignore them for a week, they will not look the same when we come back. 

5 Important Ways All Men Must Build Themselves As Husbands

Every marriage is growing stronger or weakening...

There is no exception. Marriages grow because the husband and wife are growing. Our marriages don’t exist in some strange limbo where they aren’t affected by our character, spiritual growth, and emotional maturity. Keep reading..

(1). Husbands Must Grow in Their Walk with Jesus 
A man’s walk with King Jesus sets the direction for everything else in his life. It does not guarantee that you will have a great marriage, but it will be the foundation upon which all of your growth will be built. When you have a growing walk with Jesus, you will be actively putting to death. Your sin is not only a dishonor to your Lord and a hindrance to your walk, but it also has negative consequences in your marriage. Therefore, a growing Christian man repents and seeks to cut the things out of his life that don’t look like Jesus.

(2). Husbands Must Grow in Confessing Their Wrongs 
We struggle in two areas with the sins that we commit against our wives. First, we possess blind spots the size of Texas and often do not realize how we have sinned. At other times, we feel justified in our sin against our wives because of something that we believe was done to us. We must work to remedy both of these issues because our sins against our wives hinder our walk with the Lord and create an enormous barrier to the growth of our marriages.

When you realize that you have sinned against your wife, do not seek to explain yourself. Do not wave it off with a quick “my bad” or a glib “sorry about that.” Instead, own what you have done and repent to the Lord. Then, make things right with your wife by confessing your sin to her. Instead of waving off your sin with half-hearted ownership of them, take responsibility and say, “I was wrong. Will you forgive me?” When you do this, you take responsibility for your own sin and then give her an opportunity to extend forgiveness.

(3). Husbands Must Grow in Showing Kindness 
“Be kind to one another.” It is amazing how these simple words from Ephesians 4:32can change your marriage. Married couples often get into habits where they don’t treat each other with even the most basic courtesy. Harsh words get spoken without apologies, a lack of consideration becomes the norm, and the hostility begins to build.

Instead of falling into the trap we must seek each day by the power of God’s Spirit to show kindness to our wives. Kindness doesn’t mean simply being nice, but rather that in our words, deeds, and intentions we are working to be generous and considerate to our wives. This means that we think about how we can bless with our words and be helpful with our deeds. When kindness becomes the atmosphere of our marriage, it creates an environment in which marriage thrives.

(4). Husbands Must Grow in Their Commitment to Their Wives 
In order to have a joyful marriage, you will have to change is drastic ways. I don’t mean that you will have to change your personality, hobbies, and likes. Your character, your words, your quick-temper, and how you respond to pressure will have to change. These changes require long looks in the mirror, hours in God’s word and prayer, and daily repentance.
If you are not committed to your wife until your dying day, this will be more than you can handle. The change can be so painful that you will want to reach for the eject button if you think there is one. Instead, lock out all of your other options and commit yourself fully to the wife of your youth. Every tear shed in repentance will be worth it.

(5). Husbands Must Grow in Offering Forgiveness 
When it comes to our wives’ sins against us, we often have 20/20 vision and a photographic memory. When your wife slights you or responds to you rudely, you turn into a historian who is able to list dates and events that have offended you throughout the entirety of your marriage. “You never” or “you always” show up in our disagreements. Our conflicts aren’t about this issue at hand, but about this issue and every other one that you have had over the years.

We cannot follow Jesus or have a growing, joyful marriage while harboring bitterness and unforgiveness. Bitterness eats at us like cancer and causes serious resentment towards our wives. Instead of holding a grudge over past wrongs, we remember that “love covers a multitude of sin” and that we are to “forgive one another, as God in Christ has forgiven you.” When our wives sin against us, we forgive freely from the heart, remembering that Christ has forgiven us. This means we let go of our anger and resentment and move towards reconciliation.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ provides the model for how husbands treat their wives. As Christ never leaves or abandons us, we stay faithful to our wives for the rest of our lives. We demonstrate the same kindness, mercy, and compassion to our wives that Christ has shown to us. Then we look to the cross of the Lord Jesus Christ, where he gave himself up for us, and sacrificially love as we’ve been loved.
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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Prayer Of The Day!

Claim it with a loud AMEN!
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Sunday, September 10, 2017

Prayer Of The Day!

Make a loud AMEN!!
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Prayer For Recovery If You've Lost Everything

“We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed; always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies.” – 2 Corinthians 4:8-10

You have been given the authority to stand firm against the lies of the enemy. You have the authority to cast down his plans of attack against you. Know that you are God’s beloved. He sees you. He loves you. You are not alone.
PRAYER: Lord, I’ll just be honest: I feel like everything good has been taken from me. And I feel like You’ve let it happen. Can I admit that to You? Thank you for being big enough to handle all my fears, angers, and uncertainties. Lord, thank you for this truth: I am afflicted in every way, but not crushed, perplexed but not driven to despair, struck down but not destroyed. Lord, help me, give me Your Spirit, help me know Your goodness even in the midst of this pain. Help me out of this pit, Lord, and onto steady ground. Thank You God for never leaving me. Help me only have hope in You. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
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Saturday, September 9, 2017

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This Are The Reasons Why God Chooses Little Ones To Make Great Things (Check)

At the center of the Bible is the reality that, in God’s economy, it is not the wealthy, the attractive, the influential or powerful who are welcomed into heaven and are used by Him. No, it is the least likely; those who are simply willing, and who believe.

The way God’s Kingdom functions may seem upside down to many of us. The world’s standards so easily infiltrate the way we think.

 Little people may literally be “little people” - children, but this phrase can also apply more broadly to the people who feel like they are little in the world’s eyes, the people who feel like they don’t have a lot to offer God.

Those people, however, are whom God often chooses to serve others and accomplish His plans.

According to Pastor David Jeremiah in “God Uses ‘Nobodies’, Notes “God wants to take us down to the very depths of ourselves to teach us that if there is any power, it is the power that is in God, and not in us. God doesn't need to make us into performers or superstars in order to use us. Instead, He's looking for men and women who have hearts that say, ‘Lord, I'm a nobody. I'm nothing without You. Will You use me?’ When God finds such a heart, something extraordinary happens -- that nobody is promoted to the ranks of God's nobility.”

Children are often used as an example of this kind of trusting reliance on God. As adults, we are so often jaded and cynical and closed-off to how God is working. Children often tap into the key to true joy in Christ that adults often miss.

Why is it that I don’t tend to think that God will do enormous and miraculous things through children? Why do I insist on thinking that adults are more likely to have a clear understanding of who God is, when He obviously values the big faith that children are so good at maintaining?” Melissa Edginton asks.

Edgington shares the story of how an 11-year-old friend of her daughter’s ministered to her family when they were having a difficult week. The girl wrote a thoughtful note to Melissa Edgington’s daughter, Adelade, reminding her of God’s goodness and loving-kindness. She also gave Adelade a chocolate bar.

This simple act of service and friendship blessed Adelade and made Melissa Edgington realize she was being prideful, thinking she knew whom God could use to do His work.

It has been said that the Christian life is filled with paradoxes, and nowhere is this more true than in 2 Corinthians 12:10 where the Apostle Paul says, “That's why I take pleasure in my weaknesses, and in the insults, hardships, persecutions, and troubles that I suffer for Christ. For when I am weak, then I am strong.”

This is something the world rarely understands. The world didn’t understand when God chose the little shepherd boy David as king, it didn’t understand when he chose a teenage girl to be the mother of his only Son, and it often fails to understand how God is working today.

God’s Kingdom is sometimes an upside down kingdom in the eyes of the world, but God takes delight in using “one little child, one homeless man, one stay-at-home mom, one unlikely source at a time,” as Edgington says.
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Friday, September 8, 2017

Wife Caught Woman With Husband In Bed, Strips Her N*ked Then Cuts Her Hair (Photos)

A scorned wife who found her husband in bed with his mistress stripped her love rival naked and chopped off her hair in a furious act of revenge.

Dong Lien, 34, became suspicious when husband Nghia Lien, 35, was spending too much time away from home.

She gathered together her three children, Hien, Dong, Vinh and her mother-in-law and followed them to his mistress' house .

The gang stormed in and found the pair fully-clothed sleeping together on a bed in Vinh Phuc province, Vietnam, on September 3 at around 8am, after a night shift at a nearby factory.

Dung dragged her love rival into the street and with her three children tore off the woman's clothes and cut her hair while the man's mother watched.

The alleged victim, who police named only as Mrs K, later ran back into her house before police arrived.

Officers said they had arrested the five women in the video and had passed the case to a senior police force.

Witness Tuyen Quang said: "No one interfered in the incident because the jealous people screamed so loud, no one knew what the wrong and they did not want to get involved.

"I just know that two people were sitting in the room, then the man's wife and relatives pulled her out, then they just hit, cut her hair, stripped the girl and abused her."

Police chief Nguyen Minh Thiet, head of public security in the Ba Hien Commune where the attack happened, said that police had started an investigation immediately after the incident. Keep scrolling to see more photos.. 

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Story of Lady Who Stopped Seeing Her 'Period' 6yrs Ago And Eventually Welcomes It Back During A Church Programme (See Photos)

During a programme tagged a Week of Prophetic Rescue held in Umuahia, the lady pictured above who has not seen her monthly menstruation for over 6 years was located prophetically and was called to the altar. She confirmed the prophecy and prayers were made for her.

Within about six minutes, right before the altar, her fountain of blood was released by the power of the Holy Ghost. See more photos of her below..

To God be the glory.
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