TO KEEP YOU FROM THE STRANGE WOMAN

The strange woman, what is strange about this woman? Why do men really need deliverance from this particular type of woman? Proverbs 2:16-19; 5:3-23; 6:23-35; 7:1-27. The first episode we discussed the evil man TO DELIVER HER FROM THE WAY OF THE EVIL MAN. Proverbs 2:12-15, there we did analyze certain issues about the strange man. All for the sole reason to […]

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WHO REALLY ARE YOU?

Who are you? I just asked a very simple and easy question, but the answer is very difficult to get.Let us go to the bible, am sure we will be able to answer this simple question by the time God is done speaking to us. Let me refresh your minds. After the fall of man, it took 42 generations to […]

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THE REAL YOU

You are more than the body that you see. You are more than the case that houses your senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste and senses). Inside you, there’s something, actually, someone much more than your body. The inner man is the one the Bible refers to in 1 Peter 3:4 “But let it be that the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit…” When a man’s body dies, his spirit lives on. He is still as much the human person he was before he died; he hasn’t lost anything except that he has lost the ability to function in the physical world. His body may be dead but the real person, the spirit man, still has the consciousness he had before he died. Jesus Christ told a story in Luke 16:19-31 about two men who died. One was a beggar named Lazarus. The point is not that he was a beggar, but though he was poor, he had a righteous heart. When he died he was taken to Abraham’s bosom. The second man also died, though rich in the world, he had not lived a righteous life so when he died he wasn’t found in Abraham’s bosom. Note that when he died, his body was buried on earth, but Jesus said that in hell, this rich man lifted up his eyes and saw Lazarus in Abraham’s bosom […]

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THE VALLEY OF SOREK. Judges 16:4

  Judges 16:4. And it came to pass afterward, that he loved a woman in the valley of Sorek, whose name was Delilah. We all know the story of the man called Samson in the Bible and the woman called Delilah. In this contest I will be talking about we Humans as Samson and the Sins we commit as Delilah. For us to understand this story and message, we first need to understand who Samson was. To cut the story short; Samson was the 14th Judge of Israel and he judged Israel for 20 years. Judges 13; 14; 15 & 16 tells us about Samson & Numbers 6 tells us about the life and rules of a nazarite. Samson was a man of miraculous birth. Just like every man born of a woman. We are all destined for greatness. Samson came in a time when Israel needed a savior. He was their hope and joy. God specifically gave his father and mother specific and detailed instructions, on how he will live his life, his dos and don’t. There were 5 commandments to the mum & dad. 1. To his Mum, make sure you drink no wine nor strong drink. Judges 13:4,7,14. 2. Eat no unclean thing. 3. No razor shall come upon his head. vs 5 4. Don’t not eat anything that comes from the vine. vs 14. 5. His father must make sure his wife ( Samson’s mother) follows […]

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