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TO THE BIBLE: Numbers 11:11-12 MSG

‘Moses said to GOD, “Why are you treating me this way? What did I ever do to you to deserve this? Did I conceive them? Was I their mother? So why dump the responsibility of this people on me? Why tell me to carry them around like a nursing mother, carry them all the way to the land you promised to their ancestors?”’


“These politicians and government officials are so insincere: they’re only interested in power tussles and embezzling money. They don’t care about helping us ordinary people,” James lamented.

“Yeah right, as though they’re responsible for you personally,” Harry interjected.

“What do you think, Robert?” Josephine asked.

“Rather than blaming anyone for not doing things for us, I think we should adopt John F. Kennedy’s thinking when he said, ‘Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country,’” Robert replied.

As God’s child, you shouldn’t join those who blame the government for not providing everything for them. Don’t whine like others do when things don’t go their way; instead learn to hold yourself responsible, and not somebody else. Wherever you’ve found yourself today isn’t a problem; it’s what you do with the situation you’re faced with that matters. It doesn’t matter how you were born or brought up. What’s important now is how you live the rest of your life. Now that you’ve arrived on the scene, what positive changes will you make?

One of the principles of success is to look out for a human need and reach out to meet it. You should think differently from others, and God’s Word can help you gain the right mindset. Refuse to think small or be small. If you would use your mind right, there’s so much God has placed inside you to benefit your world. So don’t be spectators in the world; make a positive impact in it! You’re responsible for who you are today and what you’ll become tomorrow.

Go Deeper: 1Timothy 2:1-4


I take up responsibility today for the progress of my neighborhood, country, and nation at large. I don’t point fingers or lay blames, rather I join in building up my community and I’m strengthened by the Spirit to make my world a better place, in Jesus’ Name.


What contributions can you make to your society? Write them down here, and ask the Lord to help you carry them out.


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Rhapsody of Realities TEEVO 5TH January 2021.





Be Concerned For Those Who May Have Strayed Away

Rhapsody of Realities TEEVO 5TH January 2021.

TO THE BIBLE Luke 15:23-24

“…Bring the fatted calf here and kill it, and let us eat and be merry; for this my son was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found….”


“Speaking of Jamie, I don’t think I’ve seen him in Church for a while; perhaps I will give him a call?” “Better yet, let’s go visit him at his place; I’m sure he will appreciate the visit,” Tom suggested to Phil.

n a church, particularly one with a large congregation, it’s possible for some members to be inconsistent in their attendance; some may even have stopped coming altogether. This may not be immediately obvious, especially if the church is always full during the services.

As Christians and soul winners, we should be concerned enough to know if anyone in our congregation has strayed away or fallen by the wayside. In Luke 15, the Lord Jesus told the parable of a shepherd with one hundred sheep. One of them got missing, and he left the ninety-nine in the wilderness to search for the missing sheep. When he found it, he carried it home rejoicing, and invited his friends and neighbours to celebrate with him. Then, Jesus said, “…Likewise there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine just persons who need no repentance” (Luke 15:7).

Jesus was preaching here to the Jews. He was talking to them about the lost. Understand that He wasn’t talking about one who had never come to the Lord, but one who had strayed away. There’s a difference between the one who has never been inside (the church) and the one who was inside, but strayed away. Remember, Jesus was dealing with Old Testament church here; so He wasn’t referring to the lost sinners of the world.

Matthew 10:5-6 says, “These twelve Jesus sent out and commanded them, saying: “Do not go into the way of the Gentiles, and do not enter a city of the Samaritans. But go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” The Lord is sending you today to that brother or sister who no longer comes to church. Don’t give up on them; find them, intercede for them and win them back. When you bring them back, the Bible says there’ll be great joy in heaven. This is something you have to do.

Go Deeper

Ephesians 3:14-17; Galatians 4:19; Galatians 6:1


Dear Father, thank you for making me genuinely concerned about your children who have strayed from the way. I pray that Christ be formed in them, and that they’d be established, rooted and grounded in your love, being fully persuaded that in you alone lie their joy and total fulfilment, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.

Daily Bible Reading


Matthew 5:1-20, Genesis 12-14


Acts 7:12-21, Nehemiah 9


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Ohun Tuntun by Oluwatoyin Alade



Ohun Tuntun

Ohun Tuntun by Oluwatoyin Alade

Ohun Tuntun

Evang. Oluwatoyin Alade released a brand new song titled Ohun Tuntun, Minister Toyin preparing Christ followers and every human heart as we are entering into the new 2021. this piece will definitely be put into mode of prayer.

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For promotion cometh neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south (Psalm 75:6).



For promotion cometh neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south



For promotion cometh neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south (Psalm 75:6).

When God puts you in a particular job or business, His interest isn’t about the office or your designation. What matters to Him is how effectively you’re using your office to promote His righteousness. He wants you passionate for the Gospel, and the establishment of His Kingdom in the hearts of men and nations of the earth.

Everywhere you are, be busy for the Lord. Stand for Him. You’re His ambassador, and a minister of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:20-21). What counts the most in your life is what you do with the Gospel, for the salvation of men, regardless of your vocation.

The Apostle Paul, in 2 Corinthians 8:23, commended certain individuals who were with him on his missionary journeys. He was proud of their commitment to the Gospel and said, “…they are the messengers of the churches, and the glory of Christ.” What a testimony! Messengers of the churches and the glory of Christ. What an honour! It makes no difference where you are, or what your vocation is; see yourself as a sent one, representing the Church and the glory of Christ.

Preach the Gospel. Minister the Word to those in your world. The Bible says He’s made you an “able minister of the New Testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter kills, but the spirit gives life” (2 Corinthians 3:6). You’re God’s mouthpiece; speak for Him! Do His work. Do great things for the Kingdom. Be bold. Let nothing keep you quiet. Keep bearing His message of faith, hope and love with urgency, for the end of all things is near (1 Peter 4:7).


Blessed Father, I thank you for the grace you’ve granted me to be relevant in the ministry of the Gospel, preaching and spreading your righteousness around the world. My life is the testimony of your power as I bear witness of Christ and testify of His saving grace, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.


2 Corinthians 5:15; 2 Corinthians 5:18; Romans 1:16


Matthew 4 & Genesis 9-11


Matthew 2:13-23 & Genesis 4

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