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_Jesus continued: “There was a man who had two sons.

The younger one said to his father, ‘Father, give me my share of the estate.’ So he divided his property between them. “Not long after that, the younger son got together all he had, set off for a distant country and there squandered his wealth in wild living.

Luke 15:11-13_

God’s will for his sons and daughters is for them to abide under his wings, to learn the principles that encompasses the tool of Stewardship, until we learn the tool(Stewardship), then we can be ready to expand his franchise to the ends of the earth.

The prodigal son, according to the scripture above seek to cut short that process of learning Stewardship as a tool for wealth under the wings of his father.

He proposed that his share of inheritance be given to him , so he can use it as medal in the society.

His action depicts our unfortunate actions as Christians in life, where we seek independence of Gods control over our career, relationships and finance etc .

The secular knowledge affords you the opportunity to earn resources, higher position at work and as well attained business success, but the understanding that affords us the proper knowledge that wealth is not a medal, rather it is a tool that is encapsulated in stewardship, is birthed when we learn under God.

If we cut short that process of learning the tool of Stewardship under God. Thus, the management of what ever resource under us becomes a bait of destruction instead of blessing.

Cutting short any process that is meant to bring out our capacity as stewards, bring with it an avalanche of consequences. These consequences includes wastefulness, becoming a financier of sinful projects and as well as reducing our ourselves below Gods standard of living for us.

The kingdom franchise is premise on the tool of stewardship rather than ownership. We ought to therefore abide under the lordship of our father, if we are to live as true stewards in Gods kingdom.

Inheritance or acquisition of wealth in Gods kingdom, hedges on the faithfulness of those sons and daughters who are found worthy steward. Therefore, we ought to learn the tool of stewardship, so we can become comfortable, be kingdom financier and as well expand Gods own franchise to the ends of the earth.

By Ezekiel

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  1. Nashville Window

    January 15, 2021 at 10:31 pm

    Everything is very open with a really clear description of the issues.
    It was really informative. Your website is extremely helpful.
    Thanks for sharing!

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Article: Seeds of Harvest




*Seeds or Harvest? 5*

Then Mary took about a pint of pure nard, an expensive perfume; she poured it on Jesus’ feet and wiped his feet with her hair. And the house was filled with the fragrance of the perfume.
But one of his disciples, Judas Iscariot, who was later to betray him, objected,
“Why wasn’t this perfume sold and the money given to the poor? It was worth a year’s wages.”
“Leave her alone,” Jesus replied. “It was intended that she should save this perfume for the day of my burial.
John 13:3-5 & 7

Purpose is key to planting, a good farmer knows what to plant, where to plant, when to plant and how to plant in other to get a good yield, Judas Iscariot suggested (though with an impure motive) she planted in the lives of the poor instead of on Jesus feet, it didn’t look like a bad idea at all, but Jesus response shows that she understood purpose and acted accordingly, and her harvest was bountiful.

Therefore it is not enough for you to identify a good seed, but the right place and at the right time, some people today use their tithes to help the poor, that is an example of bad planting, the bible says, “bring your tithe to my house(your local church in this case) so that there will be food.
Before you plant seek purpose

By Duwara


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Event: HigherPraise 2020 with Margaret Dachomo & The Worship Team [22-11-2020]




The Moment we have been waiting for!! One of the most anticipated events in the city of Jos is happening this Sunday. This year has been quite a year field with events both good and bad, HigherPraise 2020 is scheduled for 22nd November and it’s definitely a place to thank God for how good he has been through out the year. The worship session is brought to you by Margaret Dachomo and the worship Team. It will feature a book launch from Rev Dr Sylvester Dachomo Tagged: “A Biblical Response To Violence”.

The event is scheduled for

Date: 22nd November 2020

Time: 4:00 pm

Venue: COCIN Headquarters

Hope to see you all!!


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Article: Seeds of Harvest 3




*Seeds or Harvests 3*


Mark 12:41-44

“As Jesus sat near the Temple treasury, he watched the people as they dropped in their money. Many rich men dropped in a lot of money; then a poor widow came along and dropped in two little copper coins, worth about a penny. He called his disciples together and said to them, “I tell you that this poor widow put more in the offering box than all the others. For the others put in what they had to spare of their riches; but she, poor as she is, put in all she had—she gave all she had to live on.””


The quality of seeds does not lie in the quantity, when you sow the right seeds you will get the right Harvests.


Jesus was in no way saying we should sow everything we have, but He was referring to the heart of the giver, we often think people that give more are better givers than people that give less, the magnitude of seeds lies in the heart.


If God’s opens your eyes to where some givers take from, you will learn to appreciate every little gift that comes your way.


A good farmers sows the best for a great harvest, always sow your best.

God Loves a cheerful giver.


*By Duwara*




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