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For taking your time to study remain blessed. TOPIC: FIRST REMOVE THE ROADBLOCK, THEN YOU’RE READY FOR WORSHIP. SATURDAY AUGUST 19
TEXT: MATTHEW 5:20-24
KEY VERSE: “Moreover if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go and tell him his fault between thee and him alone: if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained thy brother.” (Matthew 18:15). First be reconciled to thy brother, and then come and offer thy gift. The word, “first,” emphasizes the priority and necessity of reconciliation with offended brothers, sister or neighbours before offering our gifts to God in worship or service. While the unresolved matters remained our offering, sacrifice, worship or service cannot be acceptable. The gift we bring to God may appear great and very significant while the offended brother appears small and insignificant, yet restitution and reconciliation are necessary. The situation or the ought may be known only between the offended and offender, yet reconciliation will be necessary and it is not to …
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For taking your time to study remain blessed. TOPIC: THERE IS MERCY WAITING FOR THE REPENTANT SINNER. FRIDAY AUGUST 18
TEXT: LUKE 15:11-32
KEY VERSE: “For this my son was dead, and is alive again. He was lost, and is found. And they began to merry” (Luke 15:24). In our reading text, the parable of the prodigal son was given by Jesus to illustrate the following: • The magnetic pull the world has on believers.
• The miserable life of a backslider.
• The great mercies that God has for sinners.
• The great joy in God's kingdom over a restored soul.
• The critical attitude of some people over a restored soul.
• The right attitude to display when a soul is restored. The prodigal son is an example of a believer in Christ’s Kingdom who has yielded to the temptation of the devil, the enticement of sin, and the desires of the flesh. The observable traits in such believers include self-will, selfishness, sensuality, spiritual destitution, self-abasement and spiritual starvation. The following ways…
For taking your time to study remain blessed. TOPIC: DON’T BE CARELESS WITH YOUR SALVATION. THURSDAY AUGUST 17
TEXT: MARK 9:43-48
KEY VERSE: “And if thine hand offend thee, cut it off; it is better for thee to enter into life maimed, than having two hands to go into hell, into the fire that never shall be quenched.” (Mark 9:43). Today, we shall examine the eternal state of the damned; those that have been cut off from the mercies of God as we continue with the Revelation Message. Then Jesus said we should go to hell. In a twinkling of an eye we arrived in hell with the two accompanying angels. I cannot get describe hell and the suffering of its occupants. The words to use to describe the nature of hell and the degree of the torments and suffering of its victims are not available to man on earth. Besides, my knowledge of the available vocabulary is so little that the effort I shall make to describe hell is as the effort one makes to ascertain the quantity of grains of sand on the seasho…
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TOPIC:   BELOVED, STAND IN THE GAP AS THE NEED ARISES.  WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 TEXT:  2 Samuel 20:16-19 KEY VERSE:  A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger. Proverbs 15:1.
From our reading text, we see that this womanwas in the city where a stubborn man had run into. Joab the captain of David’s army came in to destroy the city because of that man. But this wise woman in that city stood in the gap in wisdom to pacify Joab with her words and was able to save the entire city from impending doom. Only the stubborn person was destroyed instead of the whole city. A whole city was saved from destruction by the gift of wisdom God had given this mother in Israel. A similar scenario played out in the life of David. Abigail, the wife of Nabal, had stood in gap to avert the wiping out of her entire family by David’s men. She had also saved David from shedding innocent blood as a result of the indiscretion of her foolish husband.
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TOPIC: DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES OF MANIPULATING THE SCRIPTURES. TUESDAY AUGUST 15
TEXT: JEREMIAH 28:1-17
KEY VERSE: “As also in the epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.” (2 Peter 3:16).
We must beware of the danger of “adding to” or “taking away” from the word of God. Most of the corruptions of the sacred scriptures have been caused by those who have professed some form of Christianity. Infidels have but little interest in attempting crew changes and even if they tried they would not wield enough influence to make their error received by the church. Serious alterations of the letter and spirit of the word have been effected by the addition or removal of a single word, the deliberate twisting of plain truths of scripture to serve private, selfish interests…
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TOPIC:    ACCEPTABLE DRESS CODE FOR HOLY WOMEN.  MONDAY AUGUST 14 TEXT:       Matthew 5:14-16 KEY VERSE: “Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God. 1 Corinthians 10:31.  
The believer must not dress wild, strange, or foolish, claiming it is because she is holy. She must be decent, clean, neat and good looking. Her dressing must be satisfactory to the holiness community who should praise God for her. The following should guide her dressing.
Her breast region should be properly covered.The neck of her blouse or gown must be properly raised so that her back and breast regions are not unduly exposed.The sleeves of her blouse or gown must extend at least to her elbow, for short sleeves.Her blouse should have enough allowance in the body and should be long           enough not to expose the bare body on bending position.The gown likewise must have enough allowance in the bo…
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TOPIC:  DO NOT PROMOTE THE ENEMIES OF GOD.  SUNDAY AUGUST 13 TEXT:  2 CORINTHIANS 11:13-15 KEY VERSE: “If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed.” (2 John 10).
The false Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, and Teachers are called false ministers. They are looking for money to spread their deceit and death among humanity. Each group is looking for money. The Bible speaks of them as follows:
·They are false ministers, destitute of the truth of Christ. ·They are deceitful ministers, who glory in their ability to make people believe their lies. ·They are ministers of Satan, appointed by him and sent to distort the gospel of Christ and damn the souls of men. ·They camouflage as ministers who preach righteousness. ·They and their followers shall end up in destruction. The above ministers are soliciting for funds for their work. They want tithes and offering to be paid to their churches a…