You Will Never Faint In Life, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye

You Will Never Faint In Life, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye

What does faint means?

Feeling weak and dizzy and close to losing consciousness.

To lose consciousness for a short time because of temporarily insufficient supply of oxygen to the brain.

It is not good for one to faint. It can be humiliating and psychologically disturbing. Long after the fainting spell, one might be occupied with the thought that something is wrong with them physiologically, which may not be.

Fainting can also be humiliating because onlookers might perceive one to be a weakling, incapable and inferior to them, again that may not necessarily be the case.

Some might even take advantage of the victim by stealing their belongings.

While natural fainting is bad, supernatural fainting is worse. In natural fainting, one could just dust themselves up and get back on their feet, in supernatural one however, getting back on one’s feet may not be that easy. You may not even know the extent of what might have been subtracted from you.

We all face issues of life from different fronts: spiritual, emotional, financial, health, social, marital, academic, generational, work related, etc. While these issues are many and some of them induced by supernatural forces, our natural strength is limited.

It is in the attempt to grapple with all these issues that people’s strength disappoint them and they faint, and not just unbelievers, but believers also.

The scripture however tells us in Proverb 24:10 that:

If thou faint in the day of adversity, thy strength is small.

Faint here means become feeble, lack stamina, falter, lose heart…

The hard news is that, for everyone, there will be a day called the ‘day of adversity’, the good news however is that the bible verse started with the word “If” and not “When”. Which suggest to me that you do not have to faint on such a day.

May God increase your strength in Jesus name.

You will not be feeble in the day you face adversity.

You will not lack stamina

You will not falter

You will not lose heart in Jesus name.

Scriptural examples of people who experienced fainting

In I Sam 30:1-31, the bible tells us how David’s 600 men came back to Ziklag and found out that their wives, children and belongings had been taken away by the Amalekite raiders and their tents set on fire.

At the instruction of God, David and his 600 men went after the Amalekites, until they got to the Brook of Besor where 200 of them became faint and unable to proceed further on the journey.

The 400 were able to continue on the offensive, defeated the Amalekites and brought back everything that was taken.

It took the good heart of David for the fainting 200 men to be given part of the spoils recovered from the Amalekites.

– One will normally require more energy to wade through a water body than walking on the sand. It may be that you are walking through ‘a river’ in the journey of your life. You require more energy now more than ever before, may God supply that strength to you right now.

– You have lost something crucial because of lack of stamina, may God grant you total recovery in Jesus name.

– It’s interesting to know that the same 200 men who could not go over the brook, later had strength to jubilate when their wives and children came back.

God will grant you a surprise gift that will take the fainting spell you have been experiencing away.

– Note that there is no way 400 men would have been able to overpower the Amalekites that came, if not for the anointing of Holy Ghost. May God anoint you today with overcoming vigour and power in Jesus name.

In Gen 25: 29-33, the bible tells us of a man that almost experienced a fainting attack; what happened to him next was devastating to his destiny.

Esau was the senior of the twin sons of Isaac and Rebekah. Esau was a hunter and Jacob was a sheep rearer. Esau went hunting one day, but by the time he came back, he was feeling fainting. He came back in time to see his younger brother had finished preparing a meal. Sadly, he sold his birthright to his younger brother because of the fainting feeling he was having.

– Have you come back from an expedition that has sapped your energy? May God renew your strength supernaturally in Jesus name.

– May you not hunt to the extent that you become famished and faint in life in Jesus name.

– May God bless you with the required provision that will sustain your needs in Jesus name.

– You will not lose your birthright and blessing for the fear of anything in Jesus name.

– In the quest not to faint, you will not incur the anger of God.

– You will not earn a bad name as you seek to feed.

Samson had a fiancée amongst the Philistines. It came to a time that he went to go and take her to be his bride, he found out that she had been given out to his Best Man instead. Samson was angry and he set the cornfields of the Philistines on fire.

The Philistines later set the lady and her father on fire for the grief they’ve brought upon everyone, but this made Samson even more angry, that he killed many of the Philistines and went back to Judah.

The Philistines came upon Judah in battles, so Judah begged Samson to let them hand him over into the hands of the Philistines, which he agreed. But as the Philistines were taking him away, they shouted against him to make him faint, the power of God then came upon him and he slayed a thousand men with a jawbone of a donkey.

After the battle, he became very thirsty and felt fainting, he cried to God, and God supplied water for him supernaturally from the hollow of the jawbone.

Judges 15:17-19

And it came to pass, when he had made an end of speaking, that he cast away the jawbone out of his hand, and called that place Ramathlehi.

And he was sore athirst, and called on the Lord, and said, Thou hast given this great deliverance into the hand of thy servant: and now shall I die for thirst, and fall into the hand of the uncircumcised? But God clave an hollow place that was in the jaw, and there came water thereout; and when he had drunk, his spirit came again, and he revived: wherefore he called the name thereof Enhakkore, which is in Lehi unto this day.

– Something or someone is roaring at you to make you faint, may God silence the voice of that object in Jesus name.

– You fought a battle in your dream and woke up tired and your throat very dried. The Fountain of Life will grant you victory quench your thirst forever.

Paul and Barnabas got to Lystra and healed a cripple from birth, the people wanted to make sacrifice unto them as gods, which they stopped.

But some Jews came from Antioch and Icomium who persuaded the people to stone Paul and drew him out of the city to be eaten by birds. God revived him and he departed the city the following day.

Acts 14:19-20

And there came thither certain Jews from Antioch and Iconium, who persuaded the people, and, having stoned Paul, drew him out of the city, supposing he had been dead. Howbeit, as the disciples stood round about him, he rose up, and came into the city: and the next day he departed with Barnabas to Derbe.

– You have done something good, but you have been repaid in an evil way, God will come to your rescue.

– You have become unconscious from the ‘stones’ (actions/words/writings) of wicked people. God will restore your consciousness in a miraculous manner and make you to stand on your feet again.

– Those who are supposed to assist you in one way or the other are the very ones that have organised your fainting experience, God will disgrace them.

Causes of natural fainting

Naturally fainting can be caused by any of the following:

1. Insufficient supply of oxygen to the brain.

2. Imbalance diet.

3. Overworked.

4. Hot and dry environment.

5. Long period of inactivity (standing/sitting rigidly for a long while).

6. Fast breathing from anxiety, panic, worry or anger esp. where there is a case of high blood pressure.

If you have any tendency to faint naturally, may God heal you in Jesus name.

Causes of fainting of heart:

1. Feeding on wrong or inadequate spiritual food (Num. 14:1-4).

3. Good deed that went wrong (Gal. 6:9).

4. Expectations that lingers too long (Prov. 13:12).

4. Sense of acute loneliness (I Kings 19: 9-10).

5. Fatigue and exhaustion (Judges 15:18-19).

6. Sickness – not just food (I Sam. 30:11-13).

7. Thinking about a difficult task ahead (Mt. 26:36-38).

Cures for fainting of heart

1. Proper supernatural diet (I Peter 2:2). Elijah fed; Samson watered supernaturally.

2. Consistent prayers (Luke 18:1; Mt. 26:38-42).

3. Assistance from friendly forces (I Sam. 30:21; Luke 22:43).

4. Anointing of the Holy Spirit (John 20:19-22).


Almighty Father, do not allow me to faint in life.

In my quest to make a living, Father let me not faint.

In my dealing with mankind, Father let me not faint.

In my confrontation with demons, Father let me not faint.

In my relationship with You, Father please let me not faint.

The sermon, You Will Never Faint In Life, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye was delivered on Februray 26th, 2017


Your Steps Will Be That Of Glory This Year, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye

Your Steps Will Be That Of Glory This Year, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye

Walking is something we do often and constantly too, that most of us do not attach any consideration to or give any thought to. Even though, some people, especially the young have a way they take their steps, for most of us, we just walk.

As I prepare this message, it dawned on me that walking is different from walking. So I have tried to classify walking into three broad categories:

– Routine or normal walk. These are usual steps we make day by day. The steps we take to school, to church, to the market, etc. There are no special connotation to them, we set out to go and so we are there.

– Walk of shame. These are negative steps people take that leads to reproach, ridicule, disgrace, failure, etc. These steps are not to be desired. Walking to the court as an offender, to a job disciplinary, to a jail as the culprit, etc.

May you not take any of them this year.

– Walk of glory. These are unusual steps in the positive direction. They are taken when one is called upon to be elevated, coronated and celebrated. They are walks that are usually accompanied by applause, whistling, medals or awards.

They don’t happen always, but when they do, they are always special.

The person embarking on such walks feels light as though they were floating; their heart will be filled with joy; their faces very bright and their lips stretched wide with laughter.

For example, Salvation, baptism of Holy Ghost, Wedding day, Graduation, Citizenship day, Driving test, Children special days, etc.

You will do these walks this year.

Illustration: I remember my PoP day from Regular Army training on 08/07/88. One of the toughest 6 months I ever had. When a recruit dies, a blanket is lost of an apple has fallen. On the passing out day, the synergy, euphoria, feeling we had cannot be described. Our morale was beyond the skies, our strides glorious.

In Exodus 2: 11-21, the bible makes us to know that Moses ran away from the presence of Pharaoh, his adopted grandfather. He was already in line to the throne, but he took the walk of shame as he left the palace and ran into the wilderness. He became a glorified house-help to Jethro who was also his father in-law.

Forty years later, Moses was to make a glorious walk back to Egypt with the Rod of God in his hands. He was in great fear forty years before that, going back home now, his steps were decisive, calculated, determined and majestic.

There is someone listening to me now, you hurriedly ran away from an environment that matters to you, your walk back shall be calculated and glorious in Jesus name.

To another person, when you took that walk of shame, you didn’t involve God. But now, God says He has stepped in and you will see the difference.

In another instance, in Exodus 34:10-35, Moses was asked to come to Mt Sinai to receive the replacement of the Ten Commandment. Moses did not know what to expect, as he was the one that broke the initial tablets that God wrote before.

The physical condition on the mountain was terrifying, but Moses went. When he was coming back, his steps were different. It was remarkable strides. No one could look at his face

There is someone listening to me, you have been pushed and provoked to take a wrong step. I hear that, you are now given another chance.

You will not blow it in Jesus name.

In Genesis 20:1-18, the bible tells us that at a point in Abraham’s life, he had to take his household to Gerar. It was to be a walk of shame as Abraham was to disown his only wife for such a move. His spiritual state must have been very low at this point, a man that was to be the father of many nations, now had no wife. Where will the nation come from?

King Abimelech had taken his wife. Sarah must have been going through the customary 12 months purification and beautification period when God intervened. God appeared to Abimelech in the dream and told him that he was a dead man if he didn’t return Sarah back.

Abimelech and his people became extremely fearful, Sarah was returned. Abraham was given sheep, oxen, male and female servants, a thousand pieces of silver and the choice of land they wanted! Abraham began to take glorious steps in Gerar, he had to pray for the king for his family to be fruitful and he was revered by all.

There is someone listening to me, fear has made you take what is a step of shame. God will show you mercy and reverse that trend today in Jesus name.

You will walk on high places.

You will take a step of glory you will forever live to cherish.

To another fellow, God says I’m re-arranging your steps.

Things are already messed as they are, but I will re-arranged them.

After Elijah called down fire from heaven, one would think he has reached the height of prophethood, but that same day, he received a threat from Jezebel that made him flee. It was a walk of shame. Elijah would probably have committed suicide if not that it would amount to murder and hell fire.

However, God stepped into his case. He was fed supernaturally, instructed and empowered to go back to anoint God’s chosen rulers. He was able to take the walk of glory back to Jezreel and finished his assignment gloriously.

There is someone listening to me, there is a prevailing threat that wants you to take a wrong move. God will avert it in Jesus name.

There is another fellow, you are embarking on disgraceful steps, God says retrace your steps.

In Genesis 37: 13-14, Jacob sent his favourite child Joseph to go and check the welfare of his older brothers, only not to return home. Jacob strides in the compound would have been hampered seriously. His beloved son was no more, and he was the cause of it. It was a decision he would have rejected.

He had to take solace in Benjamin, which he never left out of his sight.

But in Genesis 45: 26-28, when Jacob heard that Joseph was still alive, that he was the commander in Egypt and that he had sent ‘limos’ to bring him; his walk changed. He regained strength and power and became youthful again.

There is someone listening to me, something happened years ago that has taken your joy and honour away. God says, He will resurrect that source of joy and honour again.

To another person, I am asked to tell you that what you thought was lost is not really lost; it’s only metamorphosing into a better form to bring you glory and honour.

Time will not permit me to talk about Namaan who took the walk of shame to Israel to look for cure for his leprosy, but returned to Syria with remarkable strides as his body was smooth as that of a baby (II Kings 5:1-10).

Others like Peter and John that walked to church without offering in their pockets, but became objects of amazement after healing the lame man at the beautiful gate (Acts 3:1-11).

Or even Jesus Christ who took a very agonising walk from the Garden of Gethsemane, through His trial period, only to walk with glorious strides after His resurrection.

May your steps be that of glory this year.

May your style of walk change for better.

May you walk tall.

May you walk big.

May God cushioned your feet for remarkable stride.

May those who you walked with today, see you ahead of them tomorrow.

May your feet carry you to only where you will be celebrated.

May your feet reject and refuse the walk of shame.


Father, in 2017, let me not experience the walk of shame.

Father, in this year, turn my ordinary strides to extraordinary.

Father, let my steps this year be with honour and glory.

The sermon, Your Steps Will Be That Of Glory This Year, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye was delivered on February 5, 2017


When Surprise Motion Is Necessary, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye

When Surprise Motion Is Necessary, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye

Nothing in life is stationary. Things are always moving. It either the movement is forward or backward. The beginning of moving backward is stagnancy. If one is in a class that they were last year, it is backward movement. They will need double effort or double grace to cover lost ground.

You have heard how it has always been said that ‘slow and steady win the race’. I don’t totally agree. While the person that is slow and steady will complete the race, he or she may not be the winner.

Having said that, you must also have heard how it has been said that the fastest person may not necessarily win a race, neither is the most skilful person complete a task nor the most intelligent student have the best result.

The best motion goes to whom the day has chosen to favour the most (Eccl. 9:11).

So that advancement or motion is not necessarily based on human desire, will, efforts or strength; but the permission of God (Rom. 9:16).

The bible enjoins us to be diligent at whatever we do; our society encourages us to be hardworking; and even nature teaches us that it is the fittest that survives. However, if anyone wants to experience a surprise move in their life; total reliant on God is very necessary.

So that beyond all human preparation, strategy and tactics (which are good); to be able to emerge as an outstanding winner requires the hand of God upon one’s life or the help of the Most High God.

As believers, it is by the grace of God we are not consumed. So that our protection, provision is guaranteed by Him. However, it is still possible that one is yet to experience the move of God in certain areas of one’s life. God wants us to continually ask, knock and seek until our joy is full.

Some of the things that God wants for us in life is to progress, be prosperous, be in good health, have good success, grow, have dominion, become a blazing light, etc. If one is experiencing a drag in any of these parameters, it is necessary to cry unto God for a surprise motion in that area.

Let’s consider few instances when a surprise motion is needed:

1. You are on a crucial journey and discouragement has set in. You have embarked on the journey that is very crucial to your destiny, something unexpected happened along the way, you are now discourage. There is a great tendency that you might go back, if surprise motion did not take place.

Abraham had already been told by God to leave his father’s house, his kindred and nation and proceed to a place he will be given as an inheritance. Abraham left and took his father and nephew along. When they got to Haran, something Abraham had not expected happened. His father died. This must have been very discouraging and disheartening for him. What will happen now? Should he bury his father in Haran? Should he take his father’s corpse back home to the Ur of Chaldees? Should he embalm the corpse and take it along on the journey, how long will this last in hot dessert? Very depressing. (Gen 11: 31-32).

Genesis 11:31-32 – And Terah took Abram his son, and Lot the son of Haran his son’s son, and Sarai his daughter in law, his son Abram’s wife; and they went forth with them from Ur of the Chaldees, to go into the land of Canaan; and they came unto Haran, and dwelt there. And the days of Terah were two hundred and five years:and Terah died in Haran.

Abraham however remembered the instruction of God again and prompted him to set off from Haran towards the Promised Land and not backward or stationary where his father’s grave was (Gen 12:1-5).

Genesis 12:5 – And Abram took Sarai his wife, and Lot his brother’s son, and all their substance that they had gathered, and the souls that they had gotten in Haran; and they went forth to go into the land of Canaan; and into the land of Canaan they came.

– You are on a crucial journey of your destiny and something just happened that has brought you great discouragement. You are presently confused on what to do. Don’t give up and don’t go back. What you need is the dunamis for a surprised motion, may God bestow that on you in Jesus name.

2. When you are been subjected to mockery. One of the things that is painful to bear in life is to be mocked, scorned or ridiculed about what you know you have invested your very best and possibly your all. It can lead to despair, depression and outright failure.

Nehemiah left Persia to rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem. It was a difficult and dangerous decision. He travelled through a dangerous terrain to get there. It wouldn’t have been easy to convince and persuade the remnant of the people to agree that the job was doable.

The size of the wall was 2 miles long; 40 feet high and 8 feet wide. There were 34 watchtowers, 7 main gates and 2 other smaller gates. The speed and zeal at which the people were working was enormous. It was a huge project.

The last thing Nehemiah and the people needed was mockery. But Sanballat and Tobias who were principal figures in the region began to mock the builders instead of encouraging them (Neh. 4:1-5).

God granted Nehemiah and his people surprise motion so that the huge project was completed in 52 days! In their time and age, that was an unimaginable progress.

– Are you been subjected to mockery and ridicule regarding a job, project or a course of study you have embarked upon? May God fastrack your progress and silence the mouth of everyone who has ridicule you till now in Jesus name.

3. When your life is under the attack from powers of darkness. The bible makes us to know that the fight against the powers of darkness is not an easy one like physical fighting. We will need to put on the whole armour of God and rely on His Spirit.

After Elijah’s victory at Mount Carmel, the power of darkness began to haunt his life. He ran into the wilderness and ask God to terminate His life. On the contrary, God fed him with supernatural meal that propelled him on a surprised motion.

With the food he ate, he was able to embark on a 80 days round trip. He later received impartation to confront the very powers that had threatened his life (1 Kings 19:1-21).

– If you are here and your life is under the attack from powers of darkness, today may God grant you a surprised motion that supersede the reach of those powers in Jesus name.

May God feed you with a supernatural meal that will sustain you for a long time to come.

4. When it appears that you are too old to achieve anything remarkable again. In life, certain occurrences are attributable to age. So that when that age is exceeded, there is a general notion that such a feat cannot happen again. But a surprised motion can make anything happen at anytime.

Moses at the prime age of 40 tried to safe Israel from the hand of the Egyptians. He failed. He had to flee into the wilderness. For the next 40 years, he was working for his father in-law. A deliverer became a herdsman. At the age of 80 years, he would have thought there can’t be anything special for him in life again.

It was actually then that God surprised him with a surprise motion for the next 40 years that made him look like a human god.

– There is someone here, you are concerned about your age. As Moses would have sat with the animals in the wilderness and thought ‘is this how it’s over for me’? You seldom sit and think ‘so this is how things have turned out to be for me in life’.

Today, God will grant you a surprised motion that will kick start the plan of God for you afresh.

May what you accomplish from now be more than what you have accomplished before.

5. When people’s action have made you to lose considerable amount of time. Time is very precious. When time is gone, it’s gone. It is possible that one might be doing everything possible in their power to save time, only for people to waste it for them.

Joseph was growing up in his father’s house as a dutiful son, only for his brothers to concoct a plan that wasted 13 years of his life. At the end of those 13 years that appeared to have been wasted, the surprised motion he got was unimaginable.

– I’m not sure who had wasted your valuable time. Could it be your parents, siblings, partner, spouse, teachers, employers or the government?

May God grant you a move that will propel you beyond where you should have been in Jesus name.

6. When it appears that life is not just fair to you. You need the hand of God to reassure you that you are not alone.

In Judges 11:1-4, the bibles make us to know that Jephtar was born into an influential family. He was meant to be a honourable fellow in life. But because his mother was a harlot, when the children of the proper wives of their father grew up, Jephtar was thrown out and disinherited. Life was not fair to him, there was no way he could have chosen his own mother before he was born.

God however granted him a surprised motion. He ruled and reigned over his half brothers and the whole nation for years!

– Is life treating you unfairly? Things you have no power over are been used to judge you wrongly? What you need is the hand of God to come upon you. Those who had judged you negatively will now be judged by you.

7. When you are pressed for time to execute a crucial task. We set deadlines for things to be done. Sometimes we leave those things to the last minute, so that if they cross the deadline, the result may be damning. So it is better to get it done before the deadline is over, at such brink of time, surprise motion is necessary.

In Joshua 10:5-14, Joshua was fighting a crucial battle with 5 kings. The enemy were so many and very armed. The hand of God was upon Joshua though, so that he was defeating the enemy, but there was a problem, night was fast approaching.

If the fight was to continue in the morning, the enemy will regroup and reinforce, and will pose a bigger threat.

So Joshua prayed that the sun and moon would stand still until the battle would be over. God granted his request, so that none of their enemies could escape.

-.Are you pressed for time to execute a task? Your essay, assignment, thesis, group project, business, building, career related task, etc?

May God suspend time for you. May He grant you a total and successful completion in Jesus name.


  1. Father, do not allow discouragement to slow my movement in life.

  2. Father, take away the effect of mockery from my advancement in life.

  3. Father, cut the hands of the powers of darkness from my progress in life.

  4. Father, do not allow my age to stand against my furtherance in life.

  5. Father, let the time I’ve lost because of people’s action be restored surprisingly

  6. Father, let life favour me.

  7. Father, make time to be on my side and not against me.

The sermon, When Surprise Motion Is Necessary, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye was delivered on January 29, 2017


The Worship That Triggers Unimaginable Progress, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye

The Worship That Triggers Unimaginable Progress, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye

Unimaginable progress can only come from God. That is why it is unimaginable. There are few things that can trigger or activate such unimaginable progress.

Four of which are:

– Absolute obedience, especially under tough circumstances (Abraham to sacrifice Isaac).

– Sacrificial offerings, giving that are not normal (Solomon, Woman of alabaster Ointment).

– Rare favour (Mary the mother of Jesus)

– Worship that touches the heart of God (Jehoshaphat)…..

What sort of worship can trigger unimaginable progress?

In Acts 16:16-28, the bible tells us that Paul and Silas were thrown into an inner prison in Thyatira, with their feet fasten to stocks. Their offence was that they had healed a young lady of the spirit of divination. Their final punishment could have been death.

In their tough time, they began to pray and sing praises to God, God sent an earthquake that shook the prison foundations; their bands were loosed; the prison doors were swung opened. ….

What was special about their worship?

– They combined their praises with prayers to God.

– They sang in such a way that they were heard.

– They did not let their condition affect their praises to God (their worship was therefore truthful and in spirit, not in flesh).

– They would have probably jumped and danced; but their feet were stuck in wood.

We shall go into another session of praises and worship to God for another 45 minutes or so. I want to charge you to sing out audibly to God and forget any negative situation you might be in for now. If you have feet, dance and jump to your Maker.

Before then, I have prepared a psalm of prayer we shall say unto God:

– On the 15th day of the 1st Month of the year 2017, RCCG EVERLASTING FATHER’S ASSEMBLY, LEEDS set aside a time to praise the Almighty God;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

– They gathered in the Temple called The Land of Mercy to praise the Living and the True God;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

– Their Men and their Women, their Elders and their Youths, their Teenagers and their Children, they all came to worship God, their Maker;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

– They prayed, they sang hymn, rendered worship and say praises to the God of gods;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

– They were led by their worship team and by invited gospel artistes to sing and say;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

– They sang with their voices and with all manners of instruments to declare and say;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

– They sang with drums, with stringed instruments of lead and bass, with organs, saxophone, Percussions, cymbals, shakers and clapping to the King of kings;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

– Then The Lord echoes from His holy hills and say He will surprise them with unimaginable progress and sweet surprises in their years;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

– Let every soul that has breath in EVERLASTING FATHER’S ASSEMBLY, LEEDS say;

For The Lord is good and His mercies endures forever.

Praise ye The Lord. Alleluiah

The sermon, The Worship That Triggers Unimaginable Progress, by Pastor Samuel Obafaiye, was delivered on January 15th 2017