Think On These Things
Why Did Christ Come?- To Be Made Like His People
Pastor Osinachi shares with us the sweet help and comfort in the person of Christ Jesus, knowing that He understands our every frame and stands as a merciful high priest before God on our behalf.
Why Did Christ Come?- To Bring Light To A Dark World
Pastor Osinachi reminds us of our true nature as men. Bringing to our remembrance the sacrifice and person of Christ as the sole essence of our salvation. Hence, our duty towards Him.
Why Did Christ Come?- To Save Sinners
Pastor Oshinachi reminds and emphasizes the fact that Christ came to save sinners from their sins and therefore, encourages us to delight in this and cast our cares on Him.
Why Did Christ Come?- To Do The Will Of The Father
Pastor Osinachi encourages us to do the will of God having been given the most perfect example in Christ Jesus.
The Love Of God In Afflictions
Pastor Osagie reminds us that even in afflictions, God shows us His mercies and good judgment.
I Am A Companion Of Those Who Fear You
Pastor Osagie calls us to check and see if we can boldly say that our companions are those who fear the Lord.
Pastor Oshinachi calls our attention to a very crucial question in our Christian life and enjoins us to truly watch, pray, and do as we carry on in this race.
Pastor Oshinachi reminds us again of the importance of giving, noting that this labor would not go without due reward.
It Is More Blessed To Give
Pastor Osinachi calls us to give ourselves time and resources for the movement of the gospel.
Remembering His Word In The Days Of Trials
Pastor Osagie reminds us that the Word of God is a comforting weapon for us in times of trouble and calls us to be thankful to God for his mercies upon us through this means.
Let Your Mercies Come To Me
Pastor Osagie reminds us to always approach the Throne of Grace pleading for mercies, as God’s mercies are sufficient for us in every trying situation.
Pastor Oshinachi calls us to hear, believe, and obey the Word and commandments of God if indeed we desire not to perish eternally.