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TERRIFIC HEADLINES SUNDAY TONIC HUMILITY & BATTLING SATAN This Sunday, TERRIFIC HEADLINES highlights the importance of humility in a Christian’s journey through Planet Earth. It is, indeed, a critical determinant of how far a Christian would go in his or her walk with God. The Holy Bible emphasizes in numerous places that God Almighty detests the proud. The Book describes Biblical Moses as the meekest man on the face of the earth. This was why The LORD spoke to Moses face to face, as a man speaks to his friend. (Exodus 33:11) It also accounts for why God humiliated he was driven from men and ate grass like oxen; his body was wet with the dew of heaven till his hair had grown like eagles’ feathers and his nails like birds’ claws. (Daniel Chapter 4) No true Christian, either leader or follower, could afford to disrespect God because of the attendant disastrous consequences. Let’s start with the conducts of church leaders whose activities are described below. Covetousness is permissible when it comes to spiritual gifts. You will see every trace of humility and brokenness.  NUGGETS “There are no theatrics in our church……because from my background, I don’t like anything that is turned into a show or drama. Some pastors like the drama rather than the results. I want the results rather than the drama. I have also looked at the Ministry of Jesus Christ, and I want to as much as possible follow the Ministry of Jesus Christ. So, in the interaction and relationship with people, and the life I live, I want it to be the life of Christ. I want the Jesus’ type of ministry. I don’t want anything fake.” (Pastor WF Kumuyi, General Superintendent, Deeper Life Bible Church) ““My life is a proof of the fact that God can lift up a man from the dungeon and cause him to sit among princes. I came from a background of nothing, raised in a Church that was almost nothing. But then, I am what I am today by the grace of God. ‘’When I was National President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, I resisted flowery introductions and threatened to walk out if I was so introduced. ‘’Like John the Baptist, we should hide behind the cross and only lift up the One who paid for our sins on the Cross” (Pastor EA Adeboye, General Overseer, Redeemed Christian…

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