Glory, Glory, Glory.
To the glory of God, this Commission turns 15 Today February 18 2022.

What a race it has been so far.
It has been a long journey of ups and down but because of the goodness of the Lord we are where we are today.

We thank God for His faithfulness and how well He had uphold and preserved his church for over a decade.

We are grateful for the miracles, signs and wonders, miracles of material provisions , and in particular , miracles of supernatural relationships and the benefits that comes with them and the grace therein. It’s being wonderful all through the years.

We want to appreciate everyone who have been part of this journey, our journey as a church, in fulfilling God’s purpose and plan and seeing to it that God’s commission is being carried out till it fills the earth as the water covers the sea.

Continue to be blessed with ever increasing impact in the ministry that God has given to you.

Walking with God means moving alongside God in unity and faith as you pass through Life’s journey. Most importantly, Focusing on God and following His lead will keep you on the right path. Think about walking with someone in the physical world. To understand what it means to walk with God on a spiritual level, consider what it means to literally take a walk with a friend or relative. When you take a walk with someone, the two of you are traveling in one direction. Just as Amos 3:3 says two can only walk except they agree, your steps move at a similar pace so that neither one of you leaves the other behind. You talk with each other and your attention remains on each other. In short, there is an overall sense of harmony, unity and community between the two of you during your walk.

Enoch is the first person in the Bible said to walk with God. According to the Scripture, “Enoch walked with God three hundred years and had sons and daughters. So all the days of Enoch were three hundred and sixty five years. And Enoch walked with God and he was not for God took him away.” (Genesis 5:22-24). The crux of this passage is that Enoch was in close community with God throughout all the years of his life, so much that God took him away to paradise at the end of his days. This is telling us that walking with God opens up the clear pathway to heaven and our lives will be significant, purposeful and impactful.

The afore-stated is by no means exhaustive but is very cogent and important to make us pull ourselves into the essence of this celebration. We need to walk with God more than ever before in order to bring about the move of God. The end-time revival needs to start with you. Please allow the Holy Spirit.

Jesus is Lord!

Evang. Oluwafemi Amos