Genesis 2:2- And on the seventh day, God ended His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had done
In the story of Creation, God worked for six days and then He rested on the seventh. This tells us clearly that WORK PRECEDES REST. That is the correct order and the perfect example that God laid down for us from the beginning of time. Do not be deceived by anyone for any reason that rest can take place before work. Continue reading “REST”
God. Iremide is here to say Thank You. Thank You, faithful Father. Thank you, merciful Messiah. Thank you, gracious God. To you be all the glory, honor and praise. Thank you!
This is Iremide saying THANK YOU to everyone who has been a part of this year’s journey. If I start to talk, I’ll end up writing a book. (Hmm.. That might not be a bad idea after all.. Hehehe). Thank you for reading, liking, sharing, commenting, supporting and most importantly, praying. E se gan! Thank you very much. Mo mo loore.
As we round up year 2017, I want to give you a gift. It’s an e-book that has helped me greatly. It is a free e-book by Pastor Sam Adeyemi and he authorized the free distribution 🙂 It is a short book and I have read it over and over again. I trust that it will bless you just as it blessed me. Click this link to download: WHAT-I-WOULD-DO-DIFFERENTLY
There will be two more devotionals for the year next Monday and on Christmas day 🙂 From me to you, thank you once again. Thank you.
By God’s grace, next year will be amazing! Exponential Growth on all sides. Enjoy the Christmas season with loved ones and have a great 2018 ahead! Shalom
Mrs. Fadipe slept like a baby. She woke up at intervals all through the night because her heart was heavy and troubled for no obvious reason. She had not felt this way since her husband passed away in a car accident few years ago. Why she felt this way at a time like this was a mystery to her. These should have been her happiest days; her son was married to a wonderful lady who she proudly called her daughter. Before she slept, the couple had spoken to her and informed her that they arrived safely at Obudu for their honeymoon. She decided that she would not call them for the next two weeks. She wanted them to bond and quite importantly, she didn’t want them to see her as a nagging mother (in-law).
But I come to you in the name of the Lord of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have defiled.
As young as David was in the passage, he knew the God of Israel. Even though all the men of Israel who went to battle did not know their God, David who was not qualified to be in the army knew his God- the God of Israel; and with this knowledge he was able to gain victory for his people. Continue reading “KNOW YOUR GOD”