• Authority and Power of the Believer

    The words Authority and Power are most times used interchangeably, but there exists a fine line of difference between them. Whereas Power is referred to as the capacity of an individual to influence the will or conduct of others, Authority is termed as the right possessed by a person to give the command to...

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  • A new Era in the Anglican Diocese of Lagos

    Having attained the mandatory age of 70 on Sunday July 29, 2018, our former Baba the Diocesan Lagos, The Most Revd. Dr. Ephraim Adebola Ademowo Ph.D., OON., FNAL, Dean Emeritus of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), finally retires from ‘active’ service of the church. In his place, The Right Revd. Dr. Humphrey...

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  • BUILDING FOR THE LORD

    With our roof coming up, Goshen Phase I would have been completed. Praise be to God. Phase II would be the first part of finishes, estimated at N100.00m, and broken down as follows: Ø  Aluminum Roof Covering 5,500,000.00 Ø  Water Proofing of concrete 1,000,000.00 Ø  Plumbing Installations 7,188,890.00 Ø  Church...

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  • FATHERS DAY

    Today, third Sunday in June is Father’s Day. A day set aside to honour and celebrate Fathers. Is your Father alive? Any Father figure? Including your husbands and Priests, celebrate them, show them you care. The Bible shows a Father as the head of the family, the ruler, and provider,...

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  • The Coming Clergy Welfare and Appreciation

    On behalf of the entire clergy of the Diocese of Lagos, I will like to say a very big thank you for your support towards the clergy. I pray the good Lord who said ‘if you give a cup of water to His servants you will get a prophet’s reward’ will bless...

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  • Trinity

    Trinity is the doctrine of –  God, The Father; God, The Son; and God, The Holy Spirit. Last Sunday was Trinity Sunday, but, because it fell on the last Sunday of May which is statutorily our Juvenile Harvest day, we didn’t celebrate it, but observed the collects for the day. This week...

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  • The Ascension

    Thursday 10th May was Ascension Day. Forty days after the Resurrection (Easter Day) Christ ascended into heaven. The resurrection of Jesus is the foundational truth of the gospel. For that reason, the “resurrection” narrative has overshadowed the “ascension” record. But the ascension event is of equal significance. After Jesus rose from...

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  • May – Our month of Sacrifice

    The month of May 2018, has been declared for us ‘Our month of Sacrifice’. But do these declarations mean anything to you? Or are they just words in the air?   The Bible uses two different Greek words to refer to the ‘word of God’ –  logos, and rhema. Understanding the meaning of these two words can help...

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  • Rogation Sunday

    Next Sunday (Fifth Sunday after Easter) is “Rogation Sunday” and the next three days are “Rogation Days.” Rogation Sunday is the day when the Church has traditionally offered prayer for God’s blessings on the fruits of the earth and the labours of those who them. The word “rogation” is from the Latin rogare, “to ask.”   It was Bishop Mamertus of Viennes, France, who came up with the idea of setting aside the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday before Ascension Day to ask not only for God’s blessings but for His protection. During the years when Mamertus was bishop (461-475), France was struck by a series of natural disasters, floods, fires, earthquakes, and plagues, as well as by rioting, looting,and invasions. Mamertus called for three days of prayer and fasting, in the hope that God would forgive the people for their sins and protect them from further catastrophe. He led processions on these days, asking God to bring them peace, good weather, and a bountiful harvest....

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