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Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade Grumbling is one of the fastest ways to end up in God's judgement rather than His favour. Every time the Israelites grumbled, God reduced their number. When you are frustrated with things, turn that frustration to supplication, pour your heart out to God and His love, mercy, grace, peace and healing balm will overflow towards you. You mean a lot to God because you cost Him a lot, He cannot let you down so don't accuse Him of wrong doing by grumbling. May your prayers be answered this week in Jesus' name.19.02.2018 at 07:44 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade Submit to authority as long as it does not affect your loyalty to God18.02.2018 at 09:59 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade The Ever-Abiding Presence of God (End-Time Voice Vol. 4).
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There are always times when it is difficult to perceive God's presence anywhere near you; there are times He seems totally out of reach. It's at times such as this that your faith is called to the test. This is the time to lay hold on God's Word and the covenants of His ever-abiding presence.

He said, "I will never leave you nor forsake you" (Heb. 13:5) and "Lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age." (Matt. 28:20). These words are sure and steadfast and they should give you a hope upon which to anchor your soul. Heaven and earth will pass away, but not a jot or tittle will pass away from God's Word till all of it becomes fulfilled (Matt. 5:18).

What you need to do is to always remind yourself of God's faithfulness. Don't allow His word and the testimonies of His faithfulness to depart from your eyes and heart; keep them in the midst of your heart (Prov. 4:21). Remind yourself that God is faithful, He can never deny Himself (2 Tim. 2:13). His name is "Faithful and True", He is also the Faithful and True Witness (Rev. 19:11, 3:14). Your faith is built up by hearing – and this type of hearing is the one based on God's Word. This is how to fight the good fight of faith (1 Tim. 6:12).

Whatever situation you find yourself in is an opportunity to take God at His Word and prove Him faithful, it’s not a time to begin to doubt Him. So, go out there, and apply your faith, you have overcome the world already.

Shalom!
17.02.2018 at 07:30 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade WHEN THE PEOPLE ARE HAPPY BUT GOD IS NOT (4)16.02.2018 at 07:00 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade WHEN THE PEOPLE ARE HAPPY BUT GOD IS NOT (3)

Bethshemesh was one of the 13 cities allocated to the Kohathites, children of the priestly tribe of Levi (Joshua 21: 10-16). Just like Uzzah, these people were priests who knew the ways of God, yet they stumbled at Him by looking inside the ark and God killed them with a great slaughter (I Samuel 6:19-21). The people were rejoicing that the ark had been returned by the philistines and wanted to make sure it was intact but God did not want anyone looking inside it.

And when the camp setteth forward, Aaron shall come, and his sons, and they shall take down the covering vail, and cover the ark of testimony with it (Number 4:5).

When in transit, the veil that separated the Holy of Holies from the rest of the tabernacle was to be removed and used to cover the ark of God. Why was looking inside the ark that important to God?

One of the reasons people died when they looked inside the ark was because of the mercy seat with the covering cherubims. They looked at the mercy seat when the blood of Jesus was not yet shed and all they saw was God's fury against sin. They looked into the New testament without the blood of Jesus. They beheld the holiness of God with unclean eyes.

That veil that God insisted must be used to cover the ark was the same veil that was torn from top to bottom when Jesus died (Matthew 27:50-51). Now we can come closer and not die.

Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need (Hebrews 4:16).

Jesus died so that we might live. Now we have access to God the Father, He is no longer angry with us. When we look at the mercy seat, we obtain mercy not fury, we find grace, we find help. Halleluyah! The veil is torn! Glory to God!
15.02.2018 at 06:29 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade WHEN THE PEOPLE ARE HAPPY BUT GOD IS NOT (2)

Yesterday, we considered how David's actions started a series of events that led to the death of Uzzah ( 2 Samuel 6). Today, we will consider why Uzzah's punishment was that severe.

Uzzah and his brother Ahio were priests. Their generations were custodians of the ark of God. They were supposed to know how to handle the ark of God, but Uzzah failed on two counts. 1. He allowed the ark to be carried on an oxen instead of on his shoulder. He failed in his personal responsibility towards God. 2. He touched the ark when it stumbled. No one was allowed to touch the ark. The closest the priests were to come was when they carried the ark using poles or staves. They could not touch it or even look inside it.

vs 7 Then the anger of the Lord was aroused against Uzzah, and God struck him there for his error; and he died there by the ark of God.

God did not kill Uzzah because of David's mistakes. God killed him for his own error. He had taken God for granted and an example was made of him.

God is a good God. He is slow to anger and plenteous in mercy (Psalm 103:8). However, God is a God of principles and knowledge and by Him actions are weighed (I Samuel 2:3). We love our earthly fathers but recognize acceptable boundaries with them. How much more God?!

God is on our side but let us never take Him for granted, act like He does not see or that He is asleep. May God teach us how to relate right with Him in Jesus' name.
14.02.2018 at 06:40 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade WHEN THE PEOPLE ARE HAPPY BUT GOD IS NOT (I)

In 2 Samuel 6, David wanted to bring the ark of God up from the house of Abinadab where it had stayed for almost a century. The ark of God was out of place in the lives of the Israelites for so long. David thought right in wanting to restore the ark to its place among the people but he set it on a cart instead of priests carrying it on their shoulders. The people were rejoicing, singing and dancing but God was not happy. Then the cart stumbled, Uzzah stretched forth his hand to steady the ark, and God killed him.

Singing and dancing and making a joyful noise in the presence of God is wonderful but we need to make sure God is pleased with us. Solemn songs are not always a sign of right standing with God, either. You are not spiritual by how long you can lift up your hands, or roll on the floor.

Church leaders must be careful not to lead the people against God. Individuals must be careful of their spiritual environment and not be carried away by the sound of music. The Lord in our midst is holy and has standards. May we not fall foul of God in Jesus' name.
13.02.2018 at 08:11 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade Salvation is not the end, it is the beginning. Other things must accompany your salvation. Healing, blessing, prosperity for everything you lay your hands on, victory in all battles of life, strength, wisdom, mercy, help and not being stranded in life. When Jesus said, "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you", He meant these and so much more!12.02.2018 at 06:41 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade Thou shalt also decree a thing, and it shall be established unto thee...Job 22:28. Whatever you declare according to God's will shall come to pass. Therefore, do not be surprised when what you declare comes to pass or you will hinder a greater flow of God's power through you.

Conversely, be careful of negative declarations or two things will happen: God will no longer take your words seriously and the devil will work tirelessly to bring that negative confession to pass in your life.

You will have what you say so be careful of what you say. May your words be precious before God in Jesus' name.
09.02.2018 at 06:40 amLike
Rev. Dr. Francis Olonade Faith is never silent. Faith is always working, doing something, planning something, saying something, calling things into existence, receiving from God. Faith is never dormant. Faith is not dead. Faith is never inactive. Have faith!08.02.2018 at 06:30 amLike

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