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Ever Learning Christ in Obedience

It’s a new month.

Already, it is nine wonderful days in the month of August. This month, the Father will have us examine the current state of our HEART unto him.

He requires we bring to the fore the essence of our service unto HIM. Just as Apostle Paul urged those at Corinth to examine themselves, there is a call for us as well to do so (2 Cor 13:5).

In service unto God, learning of Him is the basis. The church is essentially built to learn Christ. Ever learning Christ is therefore a daily pursuit without end. The learning of Christ is beyond our daily study of the Scriptures.

There is a coming into TRUTH expected of us. However, the last days as recorded by Apostle Paul to his son, Timothy in 2 Tim. 3:1-17 aptly notes the ever learning of believers and their inability to come into the knowledge of the truth.

The Truth is Christ. Speaking in the Gospel according to John, Jesus saith unto him: “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” How well are we learning Christ?

Learning Christ produces the Spirit of Wisdom and Revelation in the knowledge of him. Obeying Christ’s leading helps we enter higher spiritual realms.

In Learning Christ, there is a place of being with him. Acts 4:13 noted that the boldness of Peter and John was as a result of been with Jesus and coming into the knowledge of the Truth.

How patient are you to let the Lord Ride on you?

How well are you letting the quarry site of the master grind and break you into HIS desired bits? Or are you one of such that jump out half-baked when the Lord is yet to be through? The Lord is interested in us. He is interested in our growth.

In Luke 2:52, Jesus grew in wisdom and stature also should we. There is also a stature we must attain in obedience.

The Spirit of God will have us totally yield unto him for him to be effective in our walk with the Father.

NaFFS Co-ordinator’s Visit

This is the first of its kind for us at FSF UNILAG.
It is a great privilege to have our aggressive and dynamic National Co-ordinator, National Fellowship of Foursquare Students (NaFFS), Pastor Samuel Adedigba Adebowale (SAA)

We love you and there is absolutely nothing you can do than love us back.


Your Brother,
Kelechi AMAKOH


Yes You Can

It is with great pleasure I pen this week’s piece after a wonderful time at the Global Students’ Congress themed: Righteousness Isaiah 62:1. Indeed the programme was an experience for all attendees. God indeed was at work during the gathering of saints to breathe righteousness.

The Righteous Generation is being birthed and you cannot afford to be missing. Yes you can join the trail of persons sold out to the vision of being like Jesus. The ‘Yes you can’ tagline is a signature of confidence, zeal and possibility.

In our walk with Him the call made to the saints in Phillippi is also made unto us. Phil 2:5. He requires we come into the full stature of all He desires for us as his children.

The song writer aptly puts:

“Let the beauty of Jesus be seen in me

All His wondrous compassion and purity

May His Spirit divine all my being refine

Till the beauty of Jesus be seen in me

Can the beauty of Jesus actually be seen in you? Are Purity and Power –the two components of a Christian- embedded in you? Have you truly surrendered all to the master to use for his own glory? Or is there still some form of withholding and dint of disobedience?

Every aspect of our life is expected to be patterned according to the life style of our master. “Now when they saw the boldness of Peter and John, and perceived that they were unlearned and ignorant men, they marveled and they took knowledge of them, that they had been with Jesus.” Acts 4:13. This was the testimony spoken of Peter and John.

This testimony was so due the evidence of the fruit of the Spirit been displayed by these brothers towards others. What’s our disposition towards others? Does it reveal Christ? Can our attitude towards others be likened to that Jesus possessed even during His ministry on Earth?

In his call to the Phillipians he noted: “Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus.” Being like Jesus is not a farce. It is possible. Why not purpose in your heart and consciously walk towards emulating the life style of Jesus in this race set before us? Heb 12:1

Your Brother,
Kelechi AMAKOH