• NEXT LEVEL

    Almost Every Human Being On the face of the earth desire to be at the next level or the other. Human wants and needs are insatiable. While people are satisfied at a particular level; some are questing for some more. This level varies from one person to the other. It...

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  • FAITH IN ACTION

    We talk about faith every now and then especially in religions matters. Our relationship with God is faith base; without which it is impossible to please God.” But without faith it is impossible to please him for he that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He...

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  • ENCOUNTERING GOD

    This month God is inviting us to a fresh encounter with Him. When you encounter God, He is sure to give you a fresh start. But with our very busy daily schedules, it could be difficult to encounter Him, without adequately planning for it.   I will like to suggest...

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  • Our Month of Fresh Encounter

    Welcome to a new month; the ninth month, the month when conceived ideas are birthed. Welcome to the best month of your life so far.  Our experience of God as a people, and as individuals, should be getting better and better, so let me assure you that God’s best for...

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  • A Sabbath Rest for the Vicar

    In Gen. 2: 2 we read, “And on the seventh day God finished his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he had done.” If God is omnipotent—if He has all power—it doesn’t make much sense that He would need to “rest.” Abi? The...

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  • The Importance of Bible Study

    Today marks the beginning of the ACOTA Bible Study week themed: Continuing in the Word (Josh 1:8). The week will comprise of past studies, mid-week Bible Study and a Bible Quiz.  The aim is to teach the importance of Bible Study and to encourage us to grow in God’s word by participating...

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  • An Appreciation for the Clergy Fellowship

    On behalf of His Grace the Diocesan Bishop of Lagos (Anglican Communion), and the entire clergy of the Diocese of Lagos, I wish to thank you all profusely for your response and show of love at the just concluded ‘Clergy Appreciation’. For the scripture tells us in Mark 9: 41...

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  • Clergy Welfare

    It is another ‘Clergy Welfare Month’ for us in the Diocese of Lagos The month of July is ‘Clergy Welfare Month’ for us in the Diocese of Lagos. During which period, there will be exchange of pulpit among priests, to sensitize the congregation in raising support for priests, and especially...

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  • Jesus is the Answer

    Being a child of God is the greatest privilege a human being can receive. However, if you cannot get your issues and challenges solved and resolved, one can begin to question the benefits of being a child of God, and it can be very painful and disappointing. The big question...

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  • FATHERS DAY

    Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. The Bible shows a Father as the head of the family, the ruler, and provider, and one who trains his children in the fear of God – Provb. 22:6. The Israelites...

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  • The Trinity

    The Bible clearly tells us there is only one God: “Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one” (Deut. 6:4). At the same time, we encounter passages in the Bible that show the one God consists of more persons. This is hard for us to understand. We...

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  • Pentecost

    Today is Pentecost Sunday. Unlike Christmas and Easter this day passes with little fanfare that there is a good chance you will not think about it. This is the day that the church, the “called-out ones” of God, was born. On that day, the Spirit of God descended on the...

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