The God Of All Grace, by Pastor (Mrs) Tonia Obafaiye

1 Peter 5:10: But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered a while, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen and settle you.

The month of July 2018 has been declared a month of common salvation and un-common faith by God Almighty through the Angel of his Church as inspired by the Holy Spirit.

Common Salvation:

John 3:16: For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

John 3:18: He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.

Jesus died for all: Salvation for all has been paid for, free for all but I would say not entirely free because someone paid dearly for it with His precious Blood. I guess it is free for all because we did not do anything to warrant it, deserve it or be worthy of it.

But the Bible says in Ephesians 2:9, it is by the grace of God that we receive it, not of works, lest any man should boast. I believe that is why some people find it so difficult to accept and believe in the simplicity of the gospel (salvation) that is free of charge because they feel they should be able to do something or give something to merit it.

The Bible in Titus 2:11 says: For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men.

The plan and desire of God are that salvation should be common to all men (regardless of their race, colour, language, status, height, weight, educational status or vocation). Jesus Christ the Son of God died for all, the Cross is a wealthy place because God sowed his only Begotten Son, so that He can reap you and I. That’s why the Bible says if the prince of this world knew that the King of Glory will resurrect, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory. Let somebody shout Halleluiah.

The Bible says in Matthew 24:14: And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations and then shall the end come.

Romans 10:15 says: And how shall they preach, except they be sent? As it is written, how beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace and bring glad tidings of good things.

Un-common faith:

Faith, as it were, is the solid foundation of every born again spirit-filled life. It is like the air we breathe.

Hebrews 11:6 makes us to understand that without faith it is impossible to please him, for he that cometh to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek (& serve) Him.

Hebrews 11:1 defines faith as the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

A great man (Martin Luther King) defines faith as: ‘Faith is God’s work in us, that changes us and gives new birth from God. (John 1:13  which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God). It kills the Old Adam and makes us completely different from other people. It changes our hearts, our spirits, our thoughts and all our powers. It brings the Holy Spirit with it. Yes, it is a living, creative, active and powerful thing, this faith. Faith cannot help doing good works constantly. It doesn’t stop to ask if good works ought to be done, but before anyone asks, it already has done them and continues to do them without ceasing. Anyone who does not do good works in this manner is an unbeliever. Faith is a living, bold trust in God’s grace, so certain of God’s favor that it would risk death a thousand times trusting in it (Job: Though he slay me yet will I trust Him). Such confidence and knowledge of God’s grace makes you happy, joyful and bold in your relationship to God and all creatures. The Holy Spirit makes this happen through faith. Because of it, you freely, willingly and joyfully do good to everyone, serve everyone, suffer all kinds of things, love and praise the God who has shown you such grace. Thus, it is just as impossible to separate faith and works as it is to separate heat and light from fire!

I believe every man is born with a measure of faith, but the extent to which it grows or can be strengthened depends on who you yield your spirit to (Romans 6:16: Know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey; whether of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness?)

Jesus said in Matthew 17:20 that if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can move mountains. You can begin to imagine when this mustard seed faith begins to be exercised in the living word of God, we can do the unimaginable, extraordinary, amazing things and exploits for the Lord.

I want to liken uncommon faith to un-wavering faith (devoid of the doubt like the one James described in James 1:6-8, a double-minded man cannot receive anything from the Lord)

They say if you do not stand for something you will fall for everything. Consistent faith, the faith that does not easily give up, no matter the distraction, discouragement or how intense the fire of the trial might be. Elisha in 2 Kings 2 when he journeyed with his Master Elijah before he was taken away.

There were 3 people in the Bible that Jesus accorded accolades (means special honour & acknowledgement) to in the Bible because he saw them exercise great faith. The Greek Woman & The Centurion.

May God Almighty strengthen our faith to become great faith in Jesus name.

Please journey with me as we look at these 2 examples from the Bible of people that demonstrated un-common faith.

The Greek Woman (In Mark 7:24-30)

A Gentile woman from Syrian Phoenicia asks Jesus to cast a demon out of her daughter. A Gentile is not expected to have faith in the Jewish Messiah. In fact, Jesus tries to shoe (discourage) her away, basically calling her a dog. It was a rare moment in the ministry of Jesus indeed, that he would say no to someone asking for help. Clearly, this serves as an opposition to faith. This gentile woman had every reason to just walk away, but she didn’t. Instead, she responded that even the dogs get the scraps from the table. Jesus delivered her daughter because of this reply. Both the initial rejection by Jesus and His statement that the woman’s reply is the reason she got her miracle makes this event unique.

The one characteristic this woman did not have is that she really had nothing to lose by stepping out in faith and not walking away when she was rejected and discouraged.

Her faith was desperate, she had a demon-possessed daughter at home, and she left home believing that when she met with the Great Physician (The Son of David) all will be well with her daughter and she received because she believed.

They say life does not give you what you want in your mind, it gives you what you demand with your actions. Matthew 7:7: ‘Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you’

John 16:24: says: ask until your joy is full. Let’s not ask in murmuring, complaining, or in vain repetition, but we ask in faith believing we will receive because God is too faithful to fail, He is infallible, He has never lost any battle, He cannot deny Himself or His word).

The Centurion (Matthew 8:5-13)

The story of the Centurion who asked Jesus to heal his servant. It is unusual in that the centurion actually prevented Jesus from going to his house. He said ‘Lord, I am not worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof but speak the word only and my servant shall be healed’. For I am a man under authority, having soldiers under me, and I say to this man, Go and he goeth and to another, come and he cometh and to my servant, Do this and he doeth it’.

The story is unique and it scores the centurion’s faith as great faith.

There are only a few instances in the Bible where Jesus healed from a distance, and in none of them, does the recipient of the miracle express faith in long distance healing, but this centurion stopped Jesus from entering the presence of his sick servant, declaring that he believed Jesus had enough authority to heal from a distance just by saying the word. Jesus responds with great praise, saying, I have not found anyone in Israel with such great faith. Jesus spoke the word and his servant was healed that same hour.

Brethren, we might not be able to see Jesus face to face now as the Centurion or the Greek woman did, but He lives in us and we have His living word which is spirit & life. The Bible says in Mark 11:24 ‘Therefore I say unto you, what things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them’.

Proverbs 24:10 If thou faint in the day of adversity, thy strength is small.

Luke 17: 4-5 Even if he sin’s against you seven times in a day, and seven times returns to say, ‘I repent, thou shalt forgive him. ’ And the apostles said unto the Lord, Increase our faith.

(The Power of Faith) Remember the Bible says it is impossible to please God without having faith in him. So everything we do as children of God must please God 100%.

The sermon, The God Of All Grace, by Pastor (Mrs) Tonia Obafaiye, was delivered on July 29, 2018


Your Giving: The Gateway To Open Door, By Pastor (Mrs) Anthonia Obafaiye

The Theme of this year’s Mother’s Day celebration as inspired by the Holy Spirit is Ephphatha which means be opened. I believe it ties in so well with our Theme for the month which is Divine Help made available, God Almighty is saying to us, that He has set before us an Open Door, an effectual (successful in producing a desired or intended result) door that will usher us into another realm of His Apostolic grace and power in this year 2018 and beyond.

John 10:9-16 says:  I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture.10 The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. 11 I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep. 12 But he that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth: and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep. 13 The hireling fleeth, because he is an hireling, and careth not for the sheep. 14 I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine. 15 As the Father knoweth me, even so know I the Father: and I lay down my life for the sheep. 16 And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd.

Our Lord Jesus is the key of David (The key of David: is actually Christ’s gospel—the good news He brought when He came to Earth! It gives you a specific understanding of that gospel, and it adds a royal dimension). His Father, our Father in heaven sowed him as a seed, so He can gain you and I: he is the seed of corn he was referring to in John 12:24 (Verily, verily, I say unto you, except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit).

He said in his word that He is the Door. He is the only one that can open and no one can shut, what He shuts, no man can open.

Proverbs 18:16 (New Living Translation).

Giving a gift can open doors, it gives access to important people.

Our main example will be taken from 2 Kings 4:9-37

A story we might be very familiar with. The woman of Shunem.

The bible introduced her as a Great woman (a woman of affluence & influence) A wise woman because the bible made us understand that she perceived that Elisha was a holy man of God, in other words, she had the spirit of discernment (this is a gift every woman must pray the Holy Spirit to release to her, because it will help us immensely in our role as Daughters, Wives, & Mothers after God’s own heart). If the woman of Shunem did not have this virtue and was not obedient to the Spirit of God that helped perceive that Elisha was a holy man of God and she proceeded to do him good by giving, she would have died a barren woman.

The Bible makes us understand that she said to her husband, Behold now, I perceive that this is a holy man of God, which passeth by us continually.

Let us make a little chamber, I pray thee, on the wall and let us set for him there a bed and a table and a stool and a candlestick and it shall be, when he cometh to us and he shall turn in thither.

She was a wise woman, she asked He husband for permission & his consent to do all this for Elisha, and her husband did not object because is heart safely trusted in her.

Proverbs 31:14-15 says “The heart of her husband doth safely trust in her, so that he shall have no need of spoil. She will do him good and not evil all the days of her life.

Proverbs 18:22 ‘He who finds a wife, finds a good thing, and obtains favour from the Lord”.

The Bible makes us understand that not too long after she did this good deed, her giving became a gateway to an open door of favour and fruitfulness. She seemed to have everything but there was something lacking in her life, she was childless, but Jehovah the re-writer of destiny decided to pay her a visit through Prophet Elisha and blessed her with a son.

Jehovah will visit someone here today, He will change your story, He will change your name, He will give you a new song and dance, He will roll away your reproach amongst men, He will fill your mouth with laughter, He will make your Joy full, He will open doors of favour, success, divine opportunities & ideas for you and He will grant you the Grace to enter through these doors into your season of breakthrough & Glory in Jesus Mighty name.

The sermon, Your Giving: The Gateway To Open Door, By Pastor (Mrs) Anthonia Obafaiye, was delivered on March 11th, 2018 on the occasion of the 2018 Mother’s Day.



Wait For It; It Shall Surely Come To Pass, by Pastor (Mrs) Anthonia Obafaiye

Wait For It; It Shall Surely Come To Pass, by Pastor (Mrs) Anthonia Obafaiye

Text: Habakkuk 2:3 – ‘For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie, though it tarry, wait for it, because it will surely come, it will not tarry’.

The month of December 2018 has been declared a month of Timely Delivery by God Almighty through The Angel of His Church as inspired by the Holy Spirit.

I have come to announce to someone here today, that God has not forgotten you or the promise He made to you, He says you should wait for it because it will surely come to pass in Jesus name.

Brethren it does not take God one second to change your life and destiny for His Glory.

The meaning of Timely: Something that is done or comes at a favourable or useful time.

Ecclesiastes 3:11 says: He has made everything beautiful in His time.

The meaning of Delivery: the action of delivering letters, parcels or goods. The process of giving birth; (God will make you to give birth to your Isaac, Samuel, John, Divine ideas in Jesus name)

Brethren God loves us indeed and He is mindful of us and thinks and cares about our welfare.

I would say what a time for this word to come to us because we are approaching the end of the year 2017 and He is reminding us that each of His promises over us He has not forgotten and He will deliver to us timely in Jesus mighty name.

The Bible says in Proverbs 23:18 ‘surely there is an end to everything and the expectations of the righteous will not be cut off in Jesus name.

Luke 1:45 says: ‘And blessed is she that believed, for there shall be a performance of those things which were told her/him from the Lord.’

Even the coming our Lord Jesus whom we celebrate today and always was timely: Galatians 4:4 ‘But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law.

Brethren from my little walk with God, I have come to an understanding that God is never late, He is always on time, but if you do think He is late, it is because He wants to come bigger and I pray He comes like that for you in Jesus name.

As led by the Spirit of the Lord we will be looking at the life of Hezekiah and the main accounts of Hezekiah’s reign are found in 2 Kings Chapters 18-20 Isaiah 36-39 and 2 Chronicles 29-32.

Hezekiah came to the throne of Judah at the age of 25 years. He ruled with his whole heart by zealous enthusiasm for God, which spread to the people of Judah and throughout Israel.

He showed great humility and wisdom and God caused him to prosper through tremendous blessings.

Hezekiah became famous for many things, but I want to look at just one of the reasons why God blessed Hezekiah so abundantly.

Ironically Hezekiah grew up under the rule of his wicked father Ahaz, so he didn’t exactly have a good role model to look to. King Ahaz faltered in every conceivable way against God, even sacrificing one of his sons to Molech through the fire (2 Kings 16:1-4). Perhaps Ahaz had no time or interest in his son and instead Hezekiah was influenced by his mother Abijah, the daughter of Zechariah. In an event, Hezekiah immediately changed everything once he assumed the throne and God gave him the power to do so. God gave him the Hebrew Prophet Isaiah to help him throughout his life.

In the first month of his reign, Hezekiah immediately got to work and smashed down all the pagan altars and wooden images throughout the hills of Judah. He began to clean out and repair the temple and restored temple worship.

In 2 Kings 18:5-7 we are told that Hezekiah trusted in the Lord God of Israel, so that after him was none like him among all the kings of Judah, nor who were before him. For he held fast to the Lord, he did not depart from following Him but kept His commandments, which the Lord had commanded. The Lord was with him, he prospered wherever he went. Despite the many accounts of others attempting to overthrow his rule, God blessed Hezekiah with success in conquering his enemies despite seemingly overwhelming odds. He conquered the Philistines and the relentless evil Sennacherib King of Assyria because he prayed to the God of Israel (The Only Living God/ The Man of War) God intervened by sending an angel to destroyed 185,000 Assyrians in one night.

At some point, Sennacherib asked Hezekiah in 2 Kings 18:19 ‘ Then the Assyrians king’s chief of staff told them to give this message to Hezekiah: This is what the great King of Assyria says, what are you trusting in, that makes you so confident. (NLT)

2 Kings 20:1-11

At some point after this Hezekiah became ill and was near death. Isaiah came to Hezekiah in the palace and told him that he must set his house in order, as he will shortly die. Upon hearing this proclamation Hezekiah turned his face to the wall and prayed to God and wept bitterly, asking nothing more than he is remembered for his loyalty to God.

The answer of God in verse 5-6: Even before Isaiah left the building, God told him to return and tell Hezekiah that He had heard his prayers and seen his tears and He would heal him and add 15 years to his life. Isaiah returned and put figs on the boil of Hezekiah’s flesh and he was healed.

God did even more than this for Hezekiah. He gave him a sign of his own choosing to know that he would be healed. Through the Prophet Isaiah, God offered Hezekiah a choice of whether he wanted the shadow on the sundial to move forward or backward by ten degrees. Hezekiah reasoned that moving time back would be more difficult, as time always moves forward. Imagine God turning back time for one of us if we asked Him to.

The Greek woman did when she sought Jesus to heal her Daughter that was vexed of the devil, she was able to move the Hand of God to her favour and she received a Timely delivery.

Some lessons we can learn from Hezekiah’s life and the timely delivery he always received from God.

Total Obedience:

As soon as we understand God’s instruction to us, we must show obedience to God’s instructions & commands. If we want timely delivery then we must obey God on time. If we put it off for tomorrow that is not being obedient. (Example of King Saul) let’s be like Hezekiah, he went straightway in prayer with the letter from Sennacherib and again when he was told he was about to die. Deal with all things in a timely and humble way.

God will always be there for us. We may not have Prophet Isaiah, but He has given us another, a greater Helper (The Holy Spirit)


Prayer cannot be underestimated. Like Hezekiah, if we seek God out, He will be found. Do not take matters into your own hands like we sometimes want to do. Lay down your evidence from those against you before God and humbly state your case. He will justify you as long as you have and show total faith and trust in him. Hebrews 4:16 ‘Let us, therefore, come boldly to the throne of grace that we may obtain mercy and find Grace to help in thine of need.’

Show God a humble, repentant attitude and heart. This is what pleases Him. Be like Hezekiah and King David, both of whom had passionate humility, deeply feeling sorrow for their inappropriate actions to the very core of their hearts. God’s mercy is always available to people with a sincere and fully repentant attitude.

Let us not let our guard down. Despite the many blessings God gives to us each and every day and the mighty battles He fights for us whether through trials and testing or through vanquishing our enemies, be alert. Not all is as it appears. All that glitters is not gold. In Matthew 10:16 God tells us, Behold, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves. Therefore be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.’

May God Almighty deliver all His promises to us timely in Jesus mighty name.

May we never be late in life in Jesus mighty name.

The sermon, Wait For It; It Shall Surely Come To Pass, by Pastor (Mrs) Anthonia Obafaiye, was delivered on December 24, 2017.


May God Multiply His Grace And Peace Upon You, by Pastor (Mrs) Anthonia Obafaiye

May God Multiply His Grace And Peace Upon You, by Pastor (Mrs) Anthonia Obafaiye

The month of November 2017 has been declared a month of Grace and Peace multiplied by God Almighty through The Angel of His Church as inspired by the Holy Spirit.

The meaning of grace: The meaning of the word grace (Chen in Hebrew and Charis in Greek) as used in the Scriptures, literally means ‘favour’ to bend or stoop in kindness to another as a superior to an inferior. John 1:14 ‘And the word was made flesh, and dwelt among us and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth’.
God’s grace has been termed ‘unmerited favour’ but it is more than an attitude of favour or mercy, that’s why the Bible makes us to understand in Ephesians 2:7-9 ‘For by grace are we saved through faith, and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God. Not by works, lest any man should boast’.

King David was a very good example of someone that enjoyed the grace of God abundantly.
Of the goodness and faithfulness of God over his life, the scenario that stands out for me was when Prophet Samuel was sent to his Father’s (Jesse) house to anoint a New King over Israel in 1 Samuel 16:1-13 (Eliab, Abinadab, Shammah, and the remaining 4 Sons were rejected)
May we not be rejected in Jesus name. May our heads not reject the grace of God in Jesus name.
May heaven remember you on your day of showing (coronation, promotion) in Jesus Mighty name.

The meaning of the word Peace: The Hebrew word for peace is shalom which means soundness in health & well-being. Absence of war, (peace from enemies) peace is not the absence of challenges, that’s why the Bible says in Philippians 4:7 ‘And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus’.
Isaiah 26:3 ‘You will keep in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee, because he trusteth in thee’.
The Psalmist said in Psalm 16:8 ‘I have set the Lord always before me, because he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved’.
Micah 7:8 ‘Rejoice not against me, O mine enemy, when I fall, I shall arise, when I sit in darkness, the Lord shall be a light unto me’.

A very good example of someone who enjoyed the peace and rest of God was King Solomon the son of King David. 1 Chronicles: 22:9 ‘Behold, a son shall be born to thee, who shall be a man of rest, and I will give him rest from all his enemies round about, for his name shall be Solomon, and I will give peace and quietness unto Israel in his days’.

1 Kings 5:4 Solomon speaking here: ‘But now the Lord my God hath given me rest on every side, so that there is neither adversary nor evil occurrent’.

King David his Father was a man of war, but King Solomon did not fight a single war during his reign over Israel, he enjoyed the peace and rest of God. No wonder he was the one God chose to build a temple for Him. God did not allow his Father to build His temple because he said his hands were soiled with blood.

The word multiply means ‘To increase or cause to increase greatly in number or quantity’.

Brethren in this month of November and beyond God want to increase us in His grace and peace,
Isn’t it just what we need right now, a bath in God’s grace and peace?
He wants for us to begin to walk in another realm of his Glory as touching His grace and peace, and so shall it be in Jesus name.
God’s grace and peace is available to you and me. The more we know God, the more familiar we are with His promises, the more our thinking is shaped and saturated by the words of our Lord Jesus, and the more grace and peace will be multiplied to us.
The word of God contains the source of the grace and peace we need. Jesus intends for his words to abide in us, because they are words of life (spirit and life).
Apostle Peter in 2 Peter 1:2 said ‘Grace and peace be multiplied unto you through the knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord’.
The verb behind ‘be multiplied’ is used twelve times in the New Testament and always means ‘increase’ move from lesser to greater. There are at least seven important implications in these words (prayer) of Apostle Peter for our lives:

1) God is the only source of Grace and peace and it is to be experienced: If we stand in the unshakeable grace of God (Romans 5:2) and if we are reconciled to God in unchangeable peace (Romans 5:1) then what is multiplied to us is an increased and deepened experience of grace and peace.

2) Grace and peace vary in measure in our lives: Grace and peace are not static; they go up and down in our lives. Hour by hour, day by day, our enjoyment of grace and peace changes. It ebbs and flows. We need to own it and seek continually to receive, new measures for new moments.

3) There is always more grace and peace to be enjoyed: We always need more grace, more peace. Every day, we need new measures of grace and peace for new moments. In this life we will never be able to say, ‘I have arrived’ I have all the grace and peace I can use. That’s why Apostle Paul said in Philippians 3:10 ‘That I may know you’. Philippians 3:12. The Christian life is not static. It is a life of movement, of moving forward not drawing back. Day by day we are growing in grace and peace in Jesus name.

4) Grace and peace are multiplied by God: Grace and peace does not just happen, it comes from God. God gives grace to the humble (1 Peter 5:5). Peace is the fruit of the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5::22).

5) Grace and Peace are multiplied by God through human means: God responds to humility with more grace. Humility is a condition of receiving this grace. Of course, humility itself is the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:23). But the fact that ‘God is at work in you and I to do His good pleasure’ (Philippians 2:13) does not lessen our responsibility to ‘to work out our own salvation’ (Philippians 2:12).

6) Grace and peace can be multiplied through prayer
The unique thing about a spoken blessing is that is bi-directional. It is addressed to both Man and God. When we say, ‘The Lord bless you and keep you’ (Numbers 6:24), we are asking the Lord to bless you (prayer is a 2 way traffic: we talk to God and we pause to listen to what He has to say to us). So it is with Peter’s words, ‘May Grace and peace be multiplied (by God) to you. God is being addressed and the church is also being addressed (blessed).
These words are not spoken in vain, Peter speaks them because he believes they matter, and he believes God answers prayers and we believe that He will multiply His Grace and peace over us in Jesus Mighty name.

7) Another means of multiplied Grace and peace is through our study of the word of God

It is interesting that Paul begins every letter with some form of ‘Grace be to you’ and ends every letter with some form of ‘Grace be with you. To you at the beginning and with you at the end.
My understanding of this statement is that, at the beginning of reading and studying the word of God, the Grace and peace of God will come to us and at the end we see ourselves leaving having had an encounter with the Living word of God, we become hearers and doers of the word of God and as we relate with people around us we are able to add value to their lives by impacting unto them what we have learnt in the place of studying to show ourselves approved to God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly diving the word of truth. (2 Timothy 2:15)

God always has more Grace and more peace for us to experience. He has appointed that we experience it, ‘in the knowledge of God and of Jesus Christ’. He has inspired Scriptures to bring us this multiplied Grace and peace. Therefore, to experience these overflowing increases of Grace and peace in our lives, we need to give ourselves to the Law of Liberty which is spirit and life and as we listen and obey God’s word, let us also give ourselves to prayer, for prayer is the Master key that can open doors of solutions to challenges of life and Divine opportunities to us

The sermon, May God Multiply His Grace And Peace Upon You, by Pastor (Mrs) Anthonia OBAFAIYE, was delivered on November 12, 2017