Pastor Enoch O. Adeboye says to the Nigeria Police Force : "Safety is of the Lord"

6 July,  2015

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Posted by Ambassador T. Brikins

Pastor Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God(RCCG),in a special session titled "Divine Security",said ,”Safety is of the Lord. He said this  in his sermon yesterday to the Nigeria Police Force who  is charged with  safety and security in Nigeria at the Headquarters of the Church at Ebute Metta in Lagos, West of Nigeria.

Using as a premise, Proverbs 21:31.”The horse is prepared against the day of battle: but safety is of the Lord”, he divided the subject into  physical and spiritual safety,showing  that , no man can protect you against disease, protect you 24/7 366 days, protect  you  against God's Anger and protectors need protection.

13 Reasons to Celebrate America

4 July,  2015

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by Karen Kramer 

In a time of contentious Supreme Court decisions, economic woes, and opinionated Americans living in a post-Christian nation, it’s easy to see what’s wrong.
But economist Morgan Housel compiled a lengthy list of good things in America. I winnowed the list and as we... celebrate our nation’s independence, here are 13 good reasons to party:

Ex-Gay Gospel Singer Donnie McClurkin Under Fire After Speaking Out Against Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

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By Christine Thomasos , Christian Post Reporter

Donnie McClurkin, the pastor and gospel music singer who said God delivered him from "the curse" of homosexuality, is now under fire from critics after speaking out against last Friday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling which made same-sex marriage legal nationwide.
McClurkin, 55, received some harsh criticism after he shared his interpretation of the Bible's position on homosexuality on Facebook last Friday.
"We've just received the answer from man's Supreme Court ... we already received the answer from GOD," the pastor of Perfecting Faith Church in New York wrote. "With NO REGARD to what the Supreme Court of MAN decrees ... no matter what MY past was or feelings & struggles ... GOD has set the only standard for marriage to be between man and woman ... in biology, in physiology, in history, biblically & scripturally and that ... I will NEVER speak against!"
Although some critics decided to shed light on McClurkin's own homosexual past, the man of God did not shy away from reacting to some of his critics' messages.
"We don't have to agree in order to love! State your mind without disrespect ... pro or con. ... Dialogue without an evil heart and wicked words," McClurkin responded to critical comments. "WE DON'T HAVE TO AGREE TO LOVE ONE ANOTHER!!!! No animosity to any for the evil posts and comments ... love you all ... God bless."

"... I simply said I don't agree with the verdict of the Supreme Court. ... I don't have to be PERFECT to speak what the Bible says or what I know to be true," McClurkin responded to his critic. "I don't know where you'll be if you die tomorrow and that wasn't a point in my blog. ... I just don't agree with the verdict and believe the Bible — that's all."

My Desire for my Readers across the Globe and the United States of America

3rd July 2015

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Joyous new month to you  all. 
The number Seven symbolizes perfection.
My desire for you this July is that as you  gun  for excellence in your engagements,
 the God of perfection will polish & purge the rough edges, 
level the moles and mountains, 
straiten the bends and fill the valleys & clear the mirages on your way.
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Bishop T.D. Jakes On Gay Marriage Decision: 'We Shouldn't Lose Our Minds Over the World Being the World' The Potter's House Pastor Says He's More Concerned With Issues of Religious Freedom Than Same-Sex Marriage

 Bishop T.D. Jakes, founding pastor of The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas, remarks on the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage during a service on Sunday, June 28, 2015.
By Nicola Menzie , Christian Post Reporter
Bishop T.D. Jakes downplayed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to end state bans on same-sex marriage during a worship service at his Texas megachurch on Sunday, saying that the issue was not his primary concern.

Mariam Ibraheem: 'I Never Asked God Why Me?'

1 July, 2015

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Efrem Graham, CBN News, USA.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A year has passed since a Sudanese court lifted the death sentence and spared the life of Mariam Ibraheem. The young, then-pregnant wife and mother was accused of abandoning Islam for Christianity.
She spent months chained to a prison floor with her 1-year-old son by her side. Ibraheem even gave birth to a daughter inside the jail cell a month before her release.