80%/20% SEXUAL ENJOYMENT


80%/20% SEXUAL ENJOYMENT.

By Esther Ebunoluwa Omoniyi

I learnt as a single One crucial lesson and I call it 80/20 % sexual enjoyment.

Beloved God is interested in all areas of your life: emotional, physical and spiritual. He is interested in who you should spend your life with. He is interested in your love relationship after all God will not marry you; He’s willing to hand you over to someone FIT for His plans for your life.

How do I know this?

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OPEN HEAVENS DEVOTIONAL BY PASTOR E.A ADEBOYE


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The King is coming very soon. He is coming to take away his redeemed children to attend the greatest wedding heaven and earth have ever seen. But as in the parable of the ten virgins, many of the people for whom he is coming, have become tired of waiting. Some of them have spoiled the splendid garments of righteousness that they should be wearing with that which God hates most – sin.
It is time to take practical steps to move forward in righteousness. This devotional can help you

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You Are The Best You Have


You are no one; you are you; your talent is yours; don’t try to mark-up to anyone; you are one in a million with uniqueness. Work with what you’ve got and you’d stand out with your own ability. you are unique. you may try so hard to be someone but the you is still the best because you in another’s shoe is temporal, it won’t last for any reason, you’d begin to struggle and you nor God wants that! Don’t let you hide away, everyone was created specially.
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RCCG 2016 50DAYS FASTING AND PRAYER POINT


PRAYER POINTS:
PRAY FOR NIGERIA : We are to pray for Nigeria that what God has started He will complete it.

PRAY FOR THE CHURCH OF GOD: Pray for all Churches that worship the true God
Pray for RCCG in particular that God will purify His church and empower His Church, so that revival may
begin.
– Pray for yourself that God should fill you to the FULL with His anointing, so that you can win souls, heal
the sick, set captives free and perform Miracles, Signs and Wonders for God.

PRAYER POINTS FOR 50 DAYS OF FASTING AND PRAYER

11th JANUARY TO 29TH FEBRUARY 2016
THEME: YEAR OF HIS FULLNESS (PSALM 16:11)
DAY 1, MONDAY 11TH JANUARY, 2016
THANKSGIVING – 1 THESSALONIANS 5:18, PSALM 100, PSALM 103
1. Father, I thank you for keeping me, my family and all that pertain to me. Psalm 34:1-6
2. Thank you O’ Lord for bringing me into this year. Job 33:18
3. Thank God for keeping you and all yours this year. Psalm 16:5-6
4. Thank God for His mercies on your life and family. Lamentations 3:22
5. Thank God because all will be well with you and all yours in 2016. Isaiah 3:10
6. Thank God for what He is going to do in your life this year. Isaiah 43:19
7. Thank God for your glorious future. Psalm 67:5-7

DAY 2, TUESDAY 12TH JANUARY, 2016
CONSECRATION – JOEL 2:15-17, ROMANS 12:1-2
1. Father, consecrate me spirit, soul and body as a living sacrifice in Jesus name.
2. Father, I receive supernatural purging and cleansing from every dead works by the blood of Jesus.
3. Father, pour upon individual and your church spirit of thanksgiving. Psalm 100
4. Father, sanctify and purify me from the filthiness of the flesh and of the spirit. Malachi 3:3, Matthew 3:12

DAY 3, WEDNESDAY 13TH JANUARY, 2016
FRESH OUTPOURING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT AND REVIVAL
Joel 2:28, Acts 2:1-2.
1. Father, pour out Your Spirit upon RCCG and the body of Christ.
2. Father, refresh every thirsty soul.
3. Father, give me new depths of intimacy with the person of the Holy Spirit.
4. Father, anoint us as a church with fresh oil as we step into the New Year.
5. Father, let there be a sudden visitation of the Holy Spirit that will cause revival to break forth in RCCG Continue reading RCCG 2016 50DAYS FASTING AND PRAYER POINT

NO MORE By Joshua-Mike-Bamiloye-JayMikee


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NO MORE

Vs1
Take a look, Into the mirror
Tell me what you see inside
Is it an image representing the saviour
Or of anger hatred and pride
Someone hurt you really bad
It’s tearing you up inside
Deep down you are really sad, it’s changing who you are
Don’t let it get the best of you
Think about what Jesus would do
If He can forgive, so should me and you

Chorus
No more, I don’t wanna be a prisoner
No more, I don’t wanna be in chains
No more, I’m tired of staying behind the bars
No more, I’m sick of being a slave
If Jesus could forgive all of my sins
As many as they are, as filthy as I am
Who am I to say I’m never gonna forgive
I am free, old things have passed away

Vs2
Is there anybody you have locked up inside
Along with chains of unforgiveness
And bars of anger and hatred
A mobile prison you’ve created
All that pain that you have shielded
How long can you hold your defence
From the mighty father’s reference
Someone hurt you really bad
It’s tearing you up inside
Deep down you are really sad, it’s changing who you are
Don’t let it get the best of you
Think about what Jesus would do
If He can forgive, so should me and you too

(Chorus)
V.O.
A lot of people walk are round with prisons in their hearts
When you hold a grudge against someone,
Just know that the devil is hiding behind the scene to pull you down
When someone offends you, it’s best to put a fence of forgiveness around yourself
Coz if you don’t, you’re indirectly tell God that His death on the cross is pointless…
If Jesus could forgive all of my sins
As many as they are
Ad filthy as I am
Who am I to say I’m never gonna forgive
I am free, old things have passed away

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ENVY: NOT COMELY – Wednesday October 21st 2015


ENVY: NOT COMELY

Memorise: Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious against the workers of iniquity. Psalm 37:1

Read: Psalm 37:1-2,
1. Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious against the workers of iniquity.
2. For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and wither as the green herb.Bible in one year: Numbers 32, Galatians 2:15-3:14

MESSAGE
One character trait that has led to the destruction of a lot of people is envy. Envy is evil because it demonstrates the absence of love (1st Corinthians 13:4). People become envious when another person has what they don’t have, or when a person can do what they can’t do. An envious fellow is one who lives a life of comparison, contrary to what the Scripture says in 2nd Corinthians 10:12:“For we dare not make ourselves of the number, or compare ourselves with some that commend themselves: but they measuring themselves by themselves, and comparing themselves among themselves, are not wise.”An envious fellow compares his progress with that of his contemporaries, and if others are seemingly better-off in any area (e.g. family, children, finances, position, etc), he will be envious. Love does not envy, nor is it puffed up. An envious fellow cannot wish anything good for the person he or she is envious of; neither can he or she seek their good. Anyone you envy, you cannot truly love. Inside the heart of the envious are ill feelings bad wishes and negative thoughts towards the person they envy. An envious fellow is also proud. You cannot be envious and humble at the same time. If you lack love for somebody, particularly a child of God, it is highly doubtful you are even born-again (1stJohn 3:14). Some Christians not only envy fellow believers, they also envy unbelievers. What an irony! Today’s Bible reading strictly warns us against envying those who should envy us. Anyone who does not truly have Jesus is to be pitied, irrespective of his or her social status, wealth or material possessions. That fellow is just being fattened like a sheep prepared for slaughter. If you envy unbelievers, it shows you do not know who you are in Christ. If you know the eternal judgment that awaits the unbelievers, you will weep for them. if you find yourself envying a sinner as a result of certain difficulties you are going through, it only shows that you do not yet understand the Christian faith that you have signed up to. According to Apostle Paul, envy is a mark of baby Christians (1st Corinthians 3:1-3). But why is envy seen in high places today? Why are those who should be devoid of envy still battling with it? In any way you have been a victim of envy, ask for forgiveness and receive grace to overcome it today.

Action Point
Consciously lay aside every form of envy in your heart. You have your own uniqueness and comparative advantage. Take stock of them, and with a thankful heat, praise God for them.

BY MY SIDE ‘Joshua Mike-Bamiloye-Jaymikee’


This song titled BY MY SIDE is a soul uplifting song for all ages. Produced mid 2015 but released in Aug with the GENERATION N3XT
album. Be blessed as you download.
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Lyrics
Verse 1
story story (story) ×2
Once upon a time (time time) ×2
Okay, this the story of a man
Struggling as hard as he can
With life, for every means to survive
He said to me, my brother,
I don’t know what ekse to do
I am tired of what I’m going through
And I have no where else to turn to
I told him young man, take a look at me and tell me what you see
I have been delivered and set free
And now I am as happy as I can be
Let me give you, a secret of how my life turned out this way
How it went from night to day
It is simply because…

Chorus
Jehovah dey by my side (si-de)
He is never gonna make me fall (fa-ll)×2
He’ll raise me up upon his shoulder (his shoulder)
Lest I dash my foot against the stone (the stone)
He’ll never sleep he’ll never slumber
And he has promised to never ever leave me alone

Verse 2
Ah o ti ye mi, now I understand what you are saying
That is the secret that I have been missing
To turn my mourning into dancing ah
I’ve been looking in the wrong direction
My life needs a lot of correction
Now tell me what can I do
So I can enjoy the privilege too
Young man, get on your knees and say
Lord I’m begging you please I pray
I don’t want to take another step until you are with me all the way
Give me a brand new beginning
Fight my battles so I can start winning
So that one day, I will join my brother to say…

(Chorus)

Bridge
Jehovah dey (he dey, he dey) x4
He dey by my right
He dey by my left
And he dey by my front
Jehovah, Jehovah he dey-hey
For my business He dey! Hey!
For my family he dey!
Alo atabo mi he dey
For morning and evening he dey
Everywhere that I turn eyeh
Everywhere that I look eyeh
Se you no see say he dey
You better shine your eyes and see say he dey
(Chorus)

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“Desperately seeking His Reality to escape this reality” – Lawrence Oyor, Ministers Rest – STNG


If you don’t wanna love God so much more than the way you feel about Him right now after watching and listening to this clip by my very father in the Lord and brother, then you’ve got a lot of work to start with. I haven’t finished working but have you started that right job?! Please love God!

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Exodus 32:1-5 (Daily Verse and Comment)


(1) And when the people saw that Moses delayed to come down out of the mount, the people gathered themselves together unto Aaron, and said unto him, Up, make us gods, which shall go before us; for as for this Moses, the man that brought us up out of the land of Egypt, we wot not what is become of him.

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Exodus 32:1-5

(1) And when the people saw that Moses delayed to come down out of the mount, the people gathered themselves together unto Aaron, and said unto him, Up, make us gods, which shall go before us; for as for this Moses, the man that brought us up out of the land of Egypt, we wot not what is become of him. (2) And Aaron said unto them, Break off the golden earrings, which are in the ears of your wives, of your sons, and of your daughters, and bring them unto me. (3) And all the people brake off the golden earrings which were in their ears, and brought them unto Aaron. (4) And he received them at their hand, and fashioned it with a graving tool, after he had made it a molten calf: and they said, These be thy gods, O Israel, which brought thee up out of the land of Egypt. (5) And when Aaron saw it, he built an altar before it; and Aaron made proclamation, and said, To morrow is a feast to the LORD.
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As this episode began, the people were not really asking for a change of gods but rather a new human leader. Moses had borne much of the brunt of Israel’s discontent, and now he had disappeared! In their impatience, they wanted to entrust their leadership to one who could make a god. But this highly offended the true God and Moses! To them the golden calf was an attempt to redefine God’s nature and control Him according to their desires.

In like manner, the Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant churches say the ornaments, icons, crucifixes, Madonna statues, and Christmas trees are only to keep God in mind. But this is the same principle involved in Exodus 32! It is not long before people associate the image with God.

In the Golden Calf episode, the first and second commandments were directly broken. Aaron proclaimed it “a feast to the LORD.” The churches say, “These things are dedicated to worshipping God.” The true God says in verses 7-8 that they had “corrupted themselves . . . and worshipped it.” This sounds like today’s Christmas observance. The people corrupted themselves by redefining God’s nature and His way of worship according to their desires and ends.

— John W. Ritenbaugh

To learn more, see:
The Second Commandment (1997)

Related Topics:
Christmas
Christmas Tree
God’s Nature
Graven Image
Idolatry
The First Commandment
The Second Commandment
Worship

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Micah 4:3-4 (Daily Verse and Comment)


(3) And he shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

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(3) And he shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. (4) But they shall sit every man under his vine and under his fig tree; and none shall make them afraid: for the mouth of the LORD of hosts hath spoken it.
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It is not hard to see that man has not been a good steward of the gift and responsibility God gave him to “tend and keep” the earth (Genesis 2:15). He has polluted the air, land, and water he needs to live. In his greed, he has misused the precious resources at his disposal. God promises that there will be a reckoning for this (Revelation 11:18).

What could the earth be like if man worked in harmony with God’s instructions on this matter? What will the earth look like, say, fifty years into the Kingdom of God, when the hearts of men are on God’s ways and love of neighbor is a way of life? The Bible indicates people will be back on the farm. Micah 4:4 tells us that every man will sit under his own vine and fig tree, meaning that everyone will have the opportunity to own his own land. Jeremiah 31:12 says that the goodness of God will result in “wheat and new wine and oil, . . . the young of the flock and the herd.” Amos 9:13-14 predicts:

“Behold, the days are coming,” says the LORD, “when the plowman shall overtake the reaper, and the treader of grapes him who sows seed; the mountains shall drip with sweet wine, and all the hills shall flow with it . . .. They shall plant vineyards and drink wine from them; they shall also make gardens and eat fruit from them.”

Micah 4:3 is the famous verse about beating swords into plowshares and spears into pruning hooks. This means that people will be able to look forward to enjoying the crops they plant, secure in the knowledge that no one or no invading army will steal or destroy them. In the longer term, a farmer will be able to build up the soil of his farm over many years, bequeathing a productive, prosperous inheritance to his children and grandchildren.

How might life be lived at that time? Perhaps 80% of people will live on the land, farming, ranching, or producing fruit. Towns will be small, perhaps most composed of less than a thousand people, and everyone will know everyone else. Necessary services will be within a short distance, many within walking distance. Industry and retail will be smaller and more localized. Most farms will be about twenty acres or so, depending on what it is used to grow. As little as four acres of well-cared-for land can supply food for a large family and then some. Crops will vary, along with some livestock and chickens for meat and fertilizer, as well as some fruit trees.

Long, hot days in the sun will be a thing of the past, as families will not be in a mad rush to grow crops for cash. Four hours of labor each day will be the normal workday, excepting planting and harvest times, leaving time for other interests. Because the acreage will be smaller, farmers will not have to reap fifty acres of peaches that have all ripened at the same time or pick a hundred-acre crop of cotton in two days. A farmer at the time will likely put about 10% or so of his acreage into a cash crop for needed purchases, and the rest will be for his family’s food.

Crops will be rotated to build up the soil, as the roots of different crops grow to varying depths, use different nutrients, and add differing elements to the soil when they decompose. This practice will help with pesky insects too. People will learn to live in harmony even with insects, as 90% of them are helpful to the growing cycle. The other 10% will be controlled naturally, not with indiscriminate and hazardous pesticides.

Each seventh year, there will be no planting, letting the soil rest (Leviticus 25:4). How pleasant it will be, as families will take the time to travel, work on family projects, study a subject intently, or spend the year helping others in their need. Besides this, every seventh day, the whole farm – family and animals – will rest as God has commanded. With everyone pitching in, the Sabbath milking would take only about a half-hour – and then all will get cleaned up and be on their way to Sabbath services to learn God’s ways.

This is just a glimpse at how wonderful life will be on a farm in God’s Kingdom. Pray that that day will not be long in coming. The way things are going now, it should not be too far away. Nevertheless, we have something to look forward to, a time when we will live at peace with God and His law, with our neighbors, and with the land, working with nature, giving not just taking. Then, farming will be an honorable profession.

— James Kelley

To learn more, see:
The Farm

Related Topics:
Environmental Stewardship
Farming Metaphors
Land Sabbath
Man’s Stewardship of the Earth
Private Property
Respect for Neighbor’s Property
Right to Own Property
Sabbath Rest
Tend and Keep

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