“Observe therefore all the commands I am giving you today, so that you may have the strength to go in and take over the land that you are crossing the Jordan to possess, and so that you may live long in the land the Lord swore to your ancestors to give to them and their descendants, a land flowing with milk and honey” (Deut 11:8-9)

Obedience to the Word of God releases supernatural strength to deal with every situation, no matter how difficult. We are getting ready to move into a new church building and into a new house. The challenges are many…but God’s grace and strength is supplied more than enough. I was there every day for the past two weeks, arranging furniture and things. I was not sure how hard it will be, carrying load accumulated for all these years. I prayed for strength, physical and spiritual. Strength was released from above. My muscles ached but not too much…

Something special surprised me… Strength came… Not in the way I anticipated…Strength manifested in the form of supernatural peace inside the new home. Surprisingly, I do not feel strange in a strange place. I do not feel like a visitor going to a hotel. I feel at home. I go from room to room just to have my feet touch all the floors… This is my new home on earth. I still do not know where to dispose the trash etc but I feel peace about the new home. Peace envelops me. It is the peace of God in the midst of transition, of changing seasons with ease, peace to move to a new address. This is strength to enter and to posses my possessions.

According to the Word of God we shall live long and enjoy the sweetness and the goodness of this land. To enjoy life, that is strength. To have peace, that is strength. This evening I feel strong and secure in the presence of God.

“Lord, I am grateful, for Your strength and for Your peace”



This is our testimony! We built out new church by faith alone. We did not take any loan from bank or wealthy men. As pastors and parents we did not beg for money. We did not manipulate the Word of God to “preach money”. We preached Christ Crucified and His Gospel. We obeyed the Word of God. We worship God alone! Money came like shadow following us. We are very jealous over God’s testimony in our lives. That is why God is jealous over us too. This is our testimony: Jehovah Jireh supplied all the money, strength, wisdom and all. To God be all the glory!

This is the Word of God:
“The Lord will open to you His good treasure, the heavens, to give the rain to your land in its season, and to bless all the work of your hand. You shall lend to many nations, but you shall not borrow. And the Lord will make you the head and not the tail; you shall be above only, and not be beneath, if you heed the commandments of the Lord your God, which I command you today, and are careful to observe them. So you shall not turn aside from any of the words which I command you this day, to the right or the left, to go after other gods to serve them” (Deut 28:12-14)



“The cloud of the LORD was over them by day when they set out from the camp. Then it came about when the ark set out that Moses said, “Rise up, O LORD! And let Your enemies be scattered, And let those who hate You flee before You.” When it came to rest, he said, “Return, O LORD, To the myriad thousands of Israel.” (Nu 10:34-36)

Seasons change… We change… But God never changes! This change is not easy but necessary. It is not just in the natural but especially in the spiritual. The worm has become a butterfly!

This is our testimony! We build this our house in 1985. It was a hospital for many years. We also lived in it. Our children grew up in it. My husband and I said it many times that we shall die and be buried here. But God had other plans. In 2000 we sold the medical equipment and started a church called Father’s House Bible Church. We retired as medical doctors and became full time pastors. About four years ago the Holy Spirit directed our attention to another land to build the house of God. That included relocation. We shall live in the building of the new church.

This is radical move for all but especially for me. We moved furniture, pots and pans. As I was sweeping today I had to say good bye to my home in Warri Nigeria, where I lived for thirty years. I shall leave this broom behind. Good bye Tombrifa close! Welcome Warri-Sapele road! This shall be our new address! It comes with new anointing!

The cloud is moving and we must move with it. No enemy shall stop the progress of the church of Christ. We shall come to find rest in the new place! The presence of God leads the way! It is time to move on! The gated of hell cannot prevent or stop the move of God! There shall be progress, profit and prosperity ahead! Father’s House is blessed! Warri is blessed!

May your dreams also come true! For the God who promised them to you is able to perform them!

Today is my first day in my new office, in the ‘Promised Land’. God is good to me and our family, both natural and spiritual! To Him be all glory!  Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!!




“The land we passed through to spy out is an exceedingly good land. If the Lord delights in us, then He will bring us into this land and give it to us, ‘a land which flows with milk and honey.’ Only do not rebel against the Lord, nor fear the people of the land, for they are our bread; their protection has departed from them, and the Lord is with us. Do not fear them.” (Nu 14:7-9)
Today was the last day of our fasting and prayers program in the church. Pastor R S Leigh spoke to the congregation. He said that all the church leaders who spoke this week had something in common. They spoke the Word boldly, encouraging the brethren to trust God for their future. They spoke like Joshua and Caleb who brought a good report that gave God all the glory. He said that we should not fear the future, for God has gone ahead of us to make the crooked paths straight. He said that we should not fear the ‘giants’ in the land or the opposition coming from our enemies, visible or invisible. We should not fear those who are jealous on our success or those who flatter us unto destruction, trying to steal our joy. We made a fresh vow to give God all the glory for the new sanctuary He has provided for His people. We vowed to always point to Jesus when people will ask questions about the new church or the success of our lives.
Pastor Leigh said that everybody should be involved in one ministry or another. He said that the Body of Christ is one, but made of many members (1Cor 12). Any member who is idle is useless and shall be cut off by the Lord. Working for God will increase your days on earth. To be a ‘spectator’ in the church is suicidal. The brethren who work faithfully in the House of God shall be rewarded by God. This is His promise. This message of working for God and the reward associated with it has been the basic message this week. We ended with thanksgiving to God for His presence in our church and our lives. Really, there is nothing that compares with the presence of God over a people. You can’t buy that with money. Man cannot give or take it. It is the grace of God in action, the overflow of the workings of Calvary. Praise the Lord! Glory to the Lamb of God!



“Now may He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for food, supply and multiply the seed you have sown and increase the fruits of your righteousness” (2Cor 9:10)

This was the fifth day of fasting and prayer in our church. Sister Mercy shared the message. The text was from 2Corintinans 9: 6-15. The following are the main prayer points. We are transitioning from a ‘small’ church to a much bigger one. We need to be responsible servants of God. We need to (re)-dedicate our lives to the service of God who loves ‘a cheerful giver’. We should never be passive in the house of God. We need to initiate good things without any pressure from outside. We need to be generous with our talents, money, time and energy. God knows everything and He will surely reward us.

God saw this great building before we even knew about it. God sees your success, your harvest even before the beginning of the sowing season. The farmer is not in control of the harvest. He can only sow the seed, patiently trusting God for the increase. We should do the same. Let us do our part and God will do His.

As we are moving to a much bigger place, there is a danger that the influx of strangers will ‘dilute’ our commitment and we may compromise. God forbid! The faithful brethren shall continue to be faithful in all circumstances. We should love and serve one another. Can you imagine how it will be if each one of us thinks of creative ways how to better serve God and man? This is a happy church which God will surely bless. We have a good foundation. Now it is time to build on it! This is the time for a new anointing! This is a time for a fresh touch from God!


Then Pastor R S Leigh had a prophetic word: every person who steps in the new sanctuary shall be blessed financially! We all shouted AMEN!  To the glory of God!



“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge… is to hate evil… is the instruction of wisdom, and before honor is humility” (PV 1:7; 8:13; 15:33)

Today was the fourth day of fasting and prayer for our church. Pastor Trish shared the message. These are the main points: as we transition from a small church to a much bigger one, we should remember that it is God’s gift to us as a congregation. It is a gift of grace. No man or woman should share the glory that belongs to God alone. We prayed for the fear of God to come upon us. We need to take God much more seriously. This should manifest in all things, big or small. The fear of God is practical. For example: as long as the church’ toilets are still dirty, it means that we do not fear God enough. We prayed to be responsible sons of God. We prayed for the strength, wisdom and humility to serve God better. Then God will honor and reward us, for God does not owe any man. We prayed for the healing of our bodies. We also prayed for good happy marriages and for our children.


Pastor R S Leigh had a prophetic word: God has decreed freedom from your bondage! He reminded us of the story of Exodus. The children of Israel were slaves for 430 years. They lost hope that things will ever change. But one day (say: ‘one day’), Moses came. He was sent by Jehovah God, “The I am that I am”. Against all odds the deliverance happened. Freedom came at last! The children of God do not weep like the pagans during opposition or times of trial. They trust God to the end and the impossible becomes possible. The oppressor will be totally defeated! The enemies of God’s people shall fall and rise no more! Then we sang: “Who is like unto Thee, O LORD, among the gods? Who is like Thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders?” (Ex 15:11). Rejoice for the mighty miracle of freedom from oppression! Rejoice at what God has done for you!


“Do not despise this small beginning, for the eyes of the Lord rejoice to see the work begin… For these seven lamps represent the eyes of the Lord that see everywhere around the world.” (Zech 4:10)

You have been praying and praying for a breakthrough. It may seem that nothing new, nothing good happens in your life. That is a lie! The ‘good’ of God is planted as a miracle holy seed in your heart. How can you see a seed underground? How can you see a baby hours after he or she is conceived? There is no scan or X-ray strong enough to detect these new beginning. God wants to glorify Himself in this new beginning. “We live by faith and not by sight” (2Cor 5:7)

Do not despise these little beginnings just because they are still invisible (for now)! God is at work in your life. He has never stopped blessing you! Why will He stop now? Be encouraged as you wait of God. Soon you shall see the seed germinating and growing up! The yellow seed of corn shall become a tender green shoot growing up to the glory of God! Things will change, but for the better! God sees you! God blesses you! Your miracle has started! I believe!



Today was the third day of fasting and prayer in our church. The response so far is very encouraging. Each day at 5 pm the brethren come to pray. Each day the church is full like it is Sunday service. Today Pastor Timi shared the message. These are the main points: We are transitioning from a ‘small’ church to a much bigger one. God is calling us to serve Him, to be willing volunteers in His house.  There is need for the brethren to come and join the different ministries. Just like Gideon called the people of God saying that there is need for the sword of the Lord and that of Gideon. God calls people to His service so that He can bless them.  He said: “The sword of the Lord and of Gideon!” (Jdg 7:18). We prayed for our church activities in December: the Nativity Drama, the Dedication of the church and Jesus Mega Party. We prayed that God will be in control and many souls will be saved thru them.

We are to pay our ‘vows’ to God. We have promised to worship and serve Him. Now is the time to do so! As we are faithful to God, He will answer our prayers. God will bless us. “Offer to God thanksgiving, And pay your vows to the Most High. Call upon Me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you shall glorify Me” (Ps 50:14, 15).

We also prayed for our marriages, that God should have mercy and stabilize our homes. This is the truth: if the home is in confusion the church will be weak. We need strong stable and godly families. Lastly, we prayed for our health. Some brethren are too sick to attend church services. We prayed for miracles of healing, for peace and joy!



“Only be strong and very courageous, that you may observe to do according to all the law which Moses My servant commanded you; do not turn from it to the right hand or to the left, that you may prosper wherever you go” (Josh 1:7)
This week we are fasting and praying. We do it in the unity of the Spirit, as a church and as a people. This message came at the end of the first day. It was taken from the Book of Joshua Chapter 1. Pastor R S Leigh said that as we wait on God, as we sacrificially serve Jesus Christ, as we study the Word of God, as we pray, trust and obey, then God shall ‘prosper us wherever we go’. Distance and time is not a barrier to God’s prosperity for His people. We re-dedicated our lives to God. We made a fresh vow that as a church we shall not deviate ‘to the left or to the right’ from the Gospel of Christ Crucified and Resurrected.

We are now ready to ‘cross over’ into the Promised Land of promises fulfilled and dreams come true. We shall seek the Kingdom of God. We shall not seek money or fame. We shall worship God in Spirit and in Truth. We shall not worship the new building, money, men or things. We reject legalistic religion! We shall desire to be filled and to be led by the Holy Spirit! We shall continue to faithfully and humbly walk on the royal way of the Cross. We shall cross over into the new building without accidents loss or panic. We shall rejoice always with grateful hearts at what God is doing in our midst! Miracles, healings, spiritual and financial breakthroughs shall come to us. We declare that we shall prosper in all things, body, soul and spirit! All to the glory of God! In Jesus name, amen!


“Do two walk together, unless they have agreed to meet? (Am 3:3; ESV)

Spiritually, to walk it means to make progress or to prosper. In Hebrew, the word ‘to agree’ it means not only to be in harmony with one another, but to agree to meet at a particular place and at a particular time. To walk in agreement it means to agree about the starting point and also with the destination of a journey. In the Old Testament this same word ‘to meet’ appears in two different places. God tells His people that He will meet with them at the entrance of the tabernacle where two lambs have to be sacrificed every day. God will also meet with Moses and Aaron, in the Holy of holies, above the mercy seat. This pattern speaks about the beginning of the journey with God and the fulfilment of it, knowing and dwelling in His glory.  In both these instances God says that He will meet and speak with His people.

“And the other lamb you shall offer at twilight; and you shall offer with it the grain offering and the drink offering, as in the morning, for a sweet aroma, an offering made by fire to the Lord. This shall be a continual burnt offering throughout your generations at the door of the tabernacle of meeting before the Lord, where I will meet you to speak with you” (Ex 29:41, 42)

“And there I will meet with you, and I will speak with you from above the mercy seat, from between the two cherubim which are on the ark of the Testimony, about everything which I will give you in commandment to the children of Israel” (Ex 25:22)

In The New Testament, we start our journey at the Cross and end it in glory, in heaven. The agreement of the beginning and the end of the journey, of walking together, is vital in maintaining the relationship. It applies to relationships between people and especially marriages. We walk together as children of God. As we walk together, the topic of our conversation is very important. This is my desire: I want to talk about Jesus and the Word of God. If you are not interested, I will leave you behind… We cannot walk together except we have agreed on this point.

Now that you know my mind, and if you agree to my conditions of friendships, and if you are ready to live for the glory of God, then let’s go! Be my friend! Let’s walk together…


“Then Peter came to Him and said, “Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? Up to seven times? Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you, up to seven times, but up to seventy times seven” (Mt 18:21, 22)

The prayer meeting was wonderful. We worshipped the King on the Throne. Then the message came. It was about happiness in marriages. Forgiveness is the glue of marriage. Marriage is tough work. For example, Mandela did hard labor in prison for 27 years. He forgave his enemies. But even he could not forgive his wife and they divorced six years after his freedom from prison. The devil attacks marriages but forgiveness neutralizes the strategy of the devil. Forgiveness is expensive but necessary to manifest the love of God. Forgiveness is hard because it is not just a feeling but obedience to the Word of God. Forgiveness is costly. You pay the price for evil you chose to forgive. But forgiveness is designed by God to give you liberty!

In this world people offend one another. You cannot escape that. Even in the marriage, the risk of hurting one another is very high. You can respond in two ways: forgive or not forgive. Each is a choice. Forgiveness is more than a feeling. It is a choice. Forgiveness leads to freedom, peace and joy. Refusal to forgive leads to anger, bitterness and bondage. The choice is yours. Forgiveness is not something you do on and off. It is a life style. You practice forgiveness daily, when it is needed and when it is not. The Holy Spirit helps you to walk this road, so that when you are offended it is easy to forgive.

A healthy marriage lives under the sky of grace. Forgiveness is an advice to troubled marriages. If sin comes, when confession of adultery comes, you may ask if your marriage can ever be the same. Yes, it can be, if you practice forgiveness. By the grace of God, it can even become better! Look at the father and his prodigal son! He thought he will be a slave. He thought that things cannot be like before! But they became better! Thru repentance and forgiveness their relationship became better.

Many people lose hope in a marriage when they need to forgive again and again, especially for the same sins. Practicing forgiveness is an attitude. It has to be done patiently by at least one of you. It is hard. But this is the sure road that leads to success in marriage! Your forgiveness must be rooted in God! Forgive the way God forgave you in Christ Jesus! Be like Jesus!


“Now the serpent was more cunning than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said to the woman, “Has God indeed said, ‘You shall not eat of every tree of the garden’?” (Gen 3:1)

You may experience spiritual attacks. The devil will attack you, to destroy your testimony. Stand firm in your faith as a child of God. Resist him and he shall flee from you! Your testimony as a believer is more precious than silver and gold. Read Genesis chapter three and see how sin entered that beautiful garden and into the innocent hearts.

Satan comes and attacks you like this:

*DOUBT: he will question your faith in the Word of God, trying to inject doubt in your spirit… “Did God say…?’

*LIES: he will give you false hopes…’you shall not die’…But he is a liar. He gives the false impression that he has authority over death. Only Jesus has the keys of life and death!

*PRIDE: he tries to bring pride…’you shall be like God’

*FAILURE: he will give ideas that will fail you; false covering …’leaves to cover your shame’

*FEAR: He will attack you with fear…Adam and Eve hide behind the trees

The chapter stars with Satan asking questions. Then God comes into the scenes and asks: Adam where are you?

Be careful with the questions you listen to! The fall of Adam and Eve has affected all humanity since then. You and I are born sinners and we need a personal Savior. The only way to be free from the curse of sin is thru faith in Jesus Christ! Give your life to Christ! That is the best decision you will ever make!


“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever” (Heb 13:8)
We had a wonderful service. We praised God and we prayed. We broke all chains of bondage, of limitations around our ankles (that we may walk and make progress); around our waist, that we may be fruitful; around our chest that we may breathe, around our head, that we may see, hear and think with the mind of Christ. We heard the chains falling down. The chains are broken! We tasted of His freedom. We became free. All glory to God!us Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever” (Heb 13:8)
We had a wonderful service. We praised God and we prayed. We broke all chains of bondage, of limitations around our ankles (that we may walk and make progress); around our waist, that we may be fruitful; around our chest that we may breathe, around our head, that we may see, hear and think with the mind of Christ. We heard the chains falling down. The chains are broken! We tasted of His freedom. We became free. All glory to God!
“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever” (Heb 13:8)
We had a wonderful service. We praised God and we prayed. We broke all chains of bondage, of limitations around our ankles (that we may walk and make progress); around our waist, that we may be fruitful; around our chest that we may breathe, around our head, that we may see, hear and think with the mind of Christ. We heard the chains falling down. The chains are broken! We tasted of His freedom. We became free. All glory to God!


We are getting ready to move to our new sanctuary. This is a time of transition. We need God more than ever! Next week there shall be daily fasting and prayers in our church. Please, fast from solid food and drink only water or fruit juice. The fast starts daily by 6am. The fast ends with daily prayers at 6 pm. If you are nursing a baby or you are not able to do like this, I advise you to still join us to fast until 12 or 3 pm. Do it!  We expect great things!

We shall do this spiritual exercise as individuals, as families and as a church. We pray that the transition to the new facility will be easy. The Holy Spirit will lead and empower us! There shall be no loss, no accidents!  We pray for revival! We pray that the Holy Spirit revives our hearts, our families and our church. Out of that overflow, there shall be revival in the city of Warri and from here, unto the nations. We pray that God will draw people to Christ to be saved. We pray that the Holy Spirit will ignite the hearts of the believers to volunteer in different ministries, to glorify God and humbly serve men. We pray for more gifts of the Holy Spirit in our midst!

But more importantly, we desire to come boldly to the throne of grace and to fill heaven and earth with praise and worship. We declare the Jesus is beautiful! We declare that we are excited about God who is already moving in our midst. We pray for healing, deliverance and financial breakthrough! We pray that there shall be no more sickness in our midst! We pray for open doors, for good work opportunities for all, and especially for the believers. We pray that we shall move aggressively towards God’s plan and purpose in our lives. We pray that we remain humble and sensitive to the Holy Spirit even in the midst of prosperity!

We are praying for spiritual increase, maturity, fruitfulness, faithfulness and opportunities to serve God in different ministries! We pray for an increase in our hunger and thirst for the Word of God! We pray for MORE of Jesus in our lives! We pray that we shall be filled with the Holy Spirit and the righteousness of Christ! We are praying that the cross will work in our hearts and kill the flesh! We pray that our emotions will be stable and holy. We are praying for God to birth dreams in us, to revive our youth like the eagles.

We pray for financial breakthroughs, what to do in the future, what businesses to start, to have new ideas. We pray that God’s plan for us become clearer. We pray for miracles in our midst, the peculiar work of the Holy Spirt, for gifts money cannot buy and men cannot give or take away from us. We pray for peace and joy in our lives! We pray the singles marry well and happily!

We are praying for our marriages, for increase in our love for one another, se husbands and wives. That our homes will be godly homes and all who come in shall see Jesus! We pray for a greater desire to draw closer to God as couples. We are praying for our children, that they grow in God’s grace and secure in His love. We pray that they experience the anointing of the Holy Spirit even at this young age; that they love Jesus and choose to serve Jesus for the rest of their lives. We pray for their bodies, for mental and emotional health, for God’s provision for them. We are praying for God’s perfect will to be done in their lives!

Overall, we want to lift the name of Jesus high. We pray to be Jesus chasers with every part of who we are, to passionately desire to worship Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord!  God bless Father’s House Bible Church Warri Nigeria! Let the worship rise…

This is the Word of God for them who fast and pray: There shall be healings, protection, answered prayers, fresh testimonies, guidance; supernatural strength, satisfaction and joy!  To the glory of God! In Jesus name, amen!

“Your light shall break forth like the morning,

Your healing shall spring forth speedily,

And your righteousness shall go before you;

The glory of the Lord shall be your rear guard.

Then you shall call, and the Lord will answer;

You shall cry, and He will say, ‘Here I am….

Your light shall shine in the darkness,

And your darkness shall be as the noonday.

The Lord will guide you continually,

And satisfy your soul in drought,

And strengthen your bones;

You shall be like a watered garden,

And like a spring of water, whose waters do not fail” (Is 58:8-11)


“And you will seek Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart” (Jer 29:13)

This is the very first scripture I even read from the Bible in 1986. It was on a tract someone gave to me. I never forget how the fear of God came upon me just by reading this word. I forgot that I have a heart until I read it.

This is the promise of God to His people in Babylon. This is the same promise of God to the backsliders. For God to say that we shall seek Him, it means that we can ‘lose’ Him. God can be ‘lost’. I do not mean that God can be totally lost, but He can be lost to you. You can grieve the Holy Spirit. Joseph and Mary left Jesus behind. They ‘lost’ God for few days and they did not even know it. They took it for granted that Jesus was with them when he was not. As a child of God, you cannot your lose your salvation, but you can lose the joy of your salvation and the sweet fellowship with the Holy Spirit. That is great loss! Backslider, come back!

How do you know that you have lost God, that you have grieved the Holy Spirit? When the hunger for the Word decreases; when the desire to pray is quenched; when going to church is a burden and not a joy; when serving God and men is hard to you; when paying your tithes seems like another trouble; when you have lost the spiritual impact on people around you. You have lost God when love is hard and quarrel is easy. Child of God, you have grieved the Holy Spirit when you make mistake upon mistake, when you become foolish, when you fear the future and have no peace.

What do you do when you discover that these things are true to you? The first thing to do is to stop the going down! Shout the name of Jesus! Be desperate for a restoration! Pray that the Holy Spirit will help you seek God! You shall seek God like He is your very life, your next breath, your last drop of blood. You seek God until you find Him again. Seek God with all your heart. All other things and people can wait. Finding God is always your priority! Jesus is your best friend forever. None can replace Jesus in your life! Holy Spirit please come and fill me afresh! In Jesus name, amen!


“As long as he sought the Lord, God made him prosper” (2Chr 26:5)
Right now I exit the long boring and troublesome road of ordinary life traffic, of poverty, and I direct my life towards the wonderful blessed prosperity found in Christ alone! Follow me as I follow Christ! I am excited this morning! Great things will happen to me! In Jesus name, amen!



“In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, high and lifted up, and the train of His robe filled the temple” (Is 6:1)

For the past two months three top traditional rulers died in Nigeria. God is speaking to us. We are praying for revival. This evening we came to God’s presence seeking God. There are great lessons found in Isaiah six.

Isaiah six is a reminder that God is the Living God. We rejected the evil spirit of religion that tells us that coming to church means nothing God. Here we see the prophet Isaiah’s re-commission. He was already a prophet. In chapter six we see that he has an encounter with the Living God. This vision happened in the year that King Uzziah died. That was about 740bc. The heavens opened. The first thing he saw was the Lord Jesus Christ seated on the throne. He did not see the streets of gold or other things in heaven. Just like John, the first thing he saw was the Lamb upon the throne. No man has seen God the Father (Jn 1:18). The train of God’s robe filled the temple. The size of the robe signifies the majesty of the king.

He then saw seraphim above the throne. These are fiery angels. Each had six wings. These are strange heavenly creatures. The first pair of wings was to cover their faces. This is to show respect for God. It also shows the fear of God manifested in heaven for ‘no man can see God and live’ (Ex 33:20). The second pair of wings was to cover their bodies. This shows humility for no one should be seen except God. The third pair of wings is used for flying. Maybe they look like hummingbirds flying in the air. They look active and excited to serve God. There is no laziness and no sadness around the throne. The seraphim worship God, calling one to another “Holy! Holy! Holy!” It is interesting that they did not worship God saying “Merciful! Merciful! Merciful! or Loving! Loving! Loving!”

Holiness is the most important attribute of God. It means to be pure, different, unique, hating sin and totally separated from His creation. The three times calling ‘Holy’ refers to the trinity. The voice of the angels shakes the foundation of the building and even Isaiah’s soul. Immediately he sees himself as he is, a sinner saved by grace. Truth humbles the prophet. ‘Woe to me’ means ‘I am not God’. It means ‘I am dead’. God sends one of the angels with a live coal taken from the altar of incense to cleanse the lips of Isaiah and to purge his sin. This is a symbol of the work of Jesus Christ, for only Him can forgive sins. Forgiven and free, Isaiah offers himself as a living sacrifice to go and preach the Gospel of the One seated on the throne. This is an act of worship (Rom 12:1).

Isaiah said ‘I saw the Lord’. The Hebrew word is Adonai. This is one of God’s names. In Hebrew it means to rule, the sovereign Controller of the universe, the Lord, the Owner or the Master of slaves. As a slave, Isaiah surrenders to his Master and is ready to be sent to work for Him. Later he says that he saw The Lord of Hosts. In Hebrew it means Jehovah Sabaoth. In Hebrew, Jehovah means I AM, the self-existing God, the God of the covenant and of Israel. The word Sabaoth means a great army ready for battle, for hardship or worship.

There is a similar picture in Revelation chapter 4. John sees the Lamb upon the throne. There is worship around the throne. The elders surrender their crowns, the rewards they received in heaven for work done on earth. No one approaches the throne casually. No man enters the presence of God giggling. No one comes before the throne and gives a ‘high five’ to Jesus! The fear of God is all around the throne.  May the fear of God fall on us today!



I received a letter from a sister in Christ. She was attending Father ‘s House Bible Church here in Warri, Nigeria. She has moved with her husband to America. They attend a legalistic church. In that church they do not believe in the Holy aspiring or the gifts of the Spirit. This church was her husband’s choice. She has been praying for a move of the Spirit both in their lives and in that church. Last Sunday, the miracle happened. Read and let your faith increase. God hears the prayers of a His children! May the Holy Spirit refresh you today!

“Dear Malia,
I wanted to share what happened last Sunday morning at our church. My husband and I were seated in church, on this particular Sunday the assistant Pastor preached. As we worshiped and praised God the atmosphere in the church changed, at least my spirit was heightened with expectation. as usual. The Pastor invited the Spirit. Oh yeah, the title of his sermon was ‘no words spoken’ taken from the scriptures about the woman who came to the place where Jesus was at diner in the house of the pharisee, ‘the Alabaster Box’. As the sermon was preached, suddenly, the Pastor closed his i pad and began to move in the anointing of the Spirit, the whole church was electrified. I stood up and started to praise God. I was not the only one, there were many, but not all. Then the Pastor did something never done at the church since I have been coming. He invited those who want to accept the gift of salvation to raise hands and then to stand. Well, the Pastor called all who wanted to be touched, those who needed healing, anyone who felt the call of God on their lives… he just kept saying ‘no words spoken’. At first no one came, the whole church was uncannily silent. Then all of a sudden a young man from the back of the church came running to the altar ( the sanctuary ). He was broken and crying out as he bowed at the altar. Well, then another ran down, then another, then another, and another until there was no more room to stand at the altar. I was not alone in my rejoicing and shouting of praises to the glory of God, we were many, but not all.
As people tried to come to the altar, the ushers held them back, the space at the alter is so small, one could not even kneel in front of your seats or in the aisle.
i could not get to the altar, but the anointing flowed to those who were in His presence, many, but not all. Then the Pastor started singing and praising God. He was brought to tears, sincere tears! He said that before he came to deliver his sermon that morning, that He would be used in a different way in this service.

Would you believe that some were seated and never seemed to know His presence? I thank God for the Holy Spirit! I thank God that I know Him! I thank God that I was taught the truth! At the end of the service the Pastor led all that had come to salvation to Christ! Then he sang, ‘ I surrender’. I believe that revival starts within each person and then it spreads only if our hearts and spirits receive the anointing. This was a touch that I will never forget. There is more, but I have said a lot for now.
Please, give my sincere greeting to the brethren there. When are you moving to the new sanctuary?

Let me end by saying that i am grateful for the teaching and the anointing that i received at Father’s House Bible Church Warri, Nigeria! I ALWAYS CARRY IT AS TREASURE IN MY HEART. To God be the glory!
Love in Him…”


“This is what the LORD, the God of your ancestor David, says: I have heard your prayer and seen your tears. I will heal you” (2Kg 20:5)
Have faith, not in yourself, but in God! This sickness is not here to stay. It must go away! I join my faith with yours to pray for you today! Our eyes are on Jesus waiting for the healing to come. We have no other God and no other hope than Jesus Christ. It does not matter how big your sickness is. Jesus is greater than that! He has helped you in the past. He is forever faithful. God never changes! He will help you now. He can never fail. This trial will end in tears, not of sorrow but of sudden rushing joy! You will have a great testimony to share, to encourage others, to the glory of God! At the hearing of the name of Jesus, all things bow! Even your sickness! Be healed, in Jesus name, amen!


“If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone” (Rom 12:18)

Peace is more than the absence of war. Peace is internal. It is the blessed state of your soul when you are quiet and emotionally stable. You are free from the attack of wild emotions, oppressive lustful thoughts, depressive feelings and negative self- manipulations. Peace is not found in religion. It is not found among men. Peace is found only in a personal relationship with God thru Jesus Christ. Jesus gives His own peace to His children. It is a royal gift and seal from the Prince of peace.

First of all you need to make peace with God. That is the beginning of your testimony. Then you make peace with yourself. Lastly you make peace with others and with your environment. The children of God are called ‘peace makers’ (Mt 5:9). To be called a child of God you must receive Christ in your heart as your Savior and as your Lord. Then you have peace with God. The Holy Spirit will witness to that peace.

But here there is a problem. Few believers go ahead and make peace with themselves. They continue the war against themselves. Take note: For as long as you quarrel and argue with yourself, you shall have no peace. For as long as you criticize and daily judge yourself, you shall have no peace. For as long as you raise the standard too high to yourself, you shall have no peace! For as long as you enjoy fighting yourself, stirring unnecessary emotional dust, you shall have no peace. For as long as you refuse to settle with yourself you shall have no peace! When you continue to see yourself as your own enemy, as your god or as your judge, you shall have no peace. All inferiority complexes come from fighting within that creates internal divisions. Un-forgiveness is a curse and poisons the soul. How can there be peace?  Life will be hard and trouble will follow.

Child of God, there is a solution! Go to Jesus Christ who will deliver you! Take a moment and think about yourself! Why are you so easily upset? Why do men so easily provoke you? Read the Word of God! Make peace! Love peace! Raise the white flag of peace to your own soul. Settle with yourself! Forgive yourself! Accept yourself! Love yourself! Be your own best friend! This peace is possible! This peace depends on you! Why not do it today?