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The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by Classicjadon(m): 6:24am On Aug 20, 2017
The Apostles of Jesus Christ were eyewitnesses of His teachings and miracles He performed. They thus became uncompromising “ministers of the word.” They were tried, tempted, persecuted, imprisoned, severely tortured, denied their rights, abused and afflicted, subjected to hunger, thirst, shame and disgrace. Yet, they stood firmly and remained uncompromising till death. We must also resolve not to deviate from the command to preach “the word of God with boldness.”

The Apostles were not deterred by threats from enemies of the gospel. Instead, they resolved: “We ought to obey God rather than men.” Paul the apostle doggedly proclaimed “all the counsel of God” everywhere, despite his predicaments. He said, “For we are not as many, which corrupt the word of God: but as of sincerity, but as of God, in the sight of God speak we in Christ” (2 Corinthians 2:17). Preachers of the word of God should not circumvent the truth to please any individual, authority or congregation.

To preach the Word with boldness and conviction, we should endeavour to spend quality time to train, consecrate, sacrifice and develop ourselves to be approved unto God. We should not allow others’ sin to make us fall, but avoid compromise like Daniel, who “purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself.” If we stand firm, preach with conviction and bring sinners to the Lord, God’s work will grow numerically and spiritually. And we will receive our great reward on the final day, if we remain faithful till the end.



Believers grow to maturity through regular intake of His Word. Some Christians, however, are not growing in courage, spiritual stamina and levels of maturity, because they fail to commit themselves to imbibe the Word every day. “For when for the time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of God; and are become such as have need of milk, and not of strong meat” (Hebrews 5:12). Such Christians are slow and unproductive. When they ought to be counsellors, leaders, teachers, pastors, evangelists and soul-winners with good grasp on the Word, they remain babes. But the Lord wants us to be strong, firm, courageous and bold.

Rather than give excuses for remaining stagnant because of our situations, “let us go on unto perfection.” We should grow into maturity to be able to handle the difficulty, confrontation, temptation, insult and pressure that challenge our Christian conduct and obedience to the great commission.

Christ never bent the knee to Stan’s messengers or gave up the commission the Father had given Him because of the Pharisees and Sadducees. We must emulate Him and, “Let the word of Christ dwell in (us) richly in all wisdom.” This will make us grow and come to maturity and perfection. The more we live in the Word and by the Word, the more we become mature, stable, steadfast and grow with a good foundation in Christ, Who is the Word personified. Those who move on to maturity live in Him, through Him, like Him and for Him. They are saved, sanctified, separated from the world, submissive, spiritual, saintly, saturated with the Word, steadfast, single-minded, soul-winning and self-denying.

Further Reading (King James Version): Acts 6:2-4,7; 12:24, 8:4,14,25; Luke 1:2; Acts 4:29-31; 5:28,29; 20:26,27; 2Corinthians 2:17; 4:1,2; 2Timothy 1:13,14; 2:15; Titus 1:9; Revelation 22:18,19; Daniel 1:8; 12:2,3; Hebrews 5:12-14; 6:1,12; 1 John 2:12-14; Ephesians 4:13,14; Philippians 2:5,15,16; 1:27,28; Colossians 3:16,17.

http://www.naijanewspapers.com.ng/2017/08/the-power-of-gods-word-wf-kumuyi.html

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by eezeribe(m): 6:29am On Aug 20, 2017
The thing made front page... Each man according to his faith and fate too.
Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by seunlayi(m): 6:43am On Aug 20, 2017
Oh, the love that sought me!
Oh, the blood that bought me!
Oh, the grace that brought me to the flock,
Wondrous grace that brought me to the flock!


I bless God for my GS, more grace sir

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by Nobody: 7:14am On Aug 20, 2017
Thank you lord for EVERYTHING

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by DaVinChiSam(m): 7:16am On Aug 20, 2017
OK

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by LordIsaac(m): 7:16am On Aug 20, 2017
Enriching!
Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by feelgoodInc: 7:17am On Aug 20, 2017
It Don Tey wey I hear from this man.

A true man of God wey no dey lick the ahh of politicians.

Keep it up, God has seen you.

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by RELAN2446(m): 7:18am On Aug 20, 2017
satareraka
Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by Hiccups: 7:18am On Aug 20, 2017
shocked
Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by youngerikina40(m): 7:18am On Aug 20, 2017
Lala u dey do ojoro ooo.
For muslim thread u go swear bt for Christian thread u no go swear

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by bedspread: 7:22am On Aug 20, 2017
TRULY TRULY THEIR IS ENORMOUS POWER IN THE WORD OF GOD....

ONE SECRET I HAVE PERSONALLY LEARNT IS THAT IF U BELIEVE THAT WORD, I MEAN BELIEVIG AND TRUSTING COMPLETELY IN ANY WORD IN THE BIBLE, IT MUST WORK FOR U.... EVEN AT THE POINT OF DEATH, BELIEVE AND TRUST THE WORD THAT SPEAKS ABOUT THAT SITUATION.... IT MUST WORK FOR U...

HOSANNA TO THE HIGHEST...

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by jide219(m): 7:22am On Aug 20, 2017
May God continue to bless u

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by policy12: 7:27am On Aug 20, 2017
Kumuyi preaching Holiness ever since. Respect Sir!!!

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by Odunharry(m): 7:31am On Aug 20, 2017
youngerikina40:
Lala u dey do ojoro ooo. For muslim thread u go swear bt for Christian thread u no go swear
No be lala fault na the owner of site ni.

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by ActionsShure: 7:33am On Aug 20, 2017
I must greet u sir.
Holiness only.
And not some fake ass prosperity shiit messages coming frm adeboye.
Tithe addict oyedepo
And dagbo embassy
Abegi .fuc all u fake ass prophets and God of Man

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by benuejosh(m): 7:41am On Aug 20, 2017
The least/Non controversial pastor still alive. I respect this Servant of God together with Bro Gbile Akanni. If you want to argue, please do that with your phone.

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by realmindz: 7:41am On Aug 20, 2017
pastors, the greatest con men of our time.

They preach holiness and tell us the world is vanity, while they enjoy the fruits of these vanity.

Guess who shall inherit the earth? Pastors,... because while the others have abandoned their earthly vanity for the promise of heavenly treasures, these con men who have come in peace and holiness are busy investing, buying shares, sending their kids to the best of schools and enjoying the luxury of life....From whose money??

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by SolexxBarry(m): 7:49am On Aug 20, 2017
My able daddy,may God continue to bless you sir

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by ameeg(m): 8:04am On Aug 20, 2017
DaVinChiSam:
OK
thanks bro
Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by walls01: 8:07am On Aug 20, 2017
realmindz:
pastors, the greatest con men of our time.

They preach holiness and tell us the world is vanity, while they enjoy the fruits of these vanity.

Guess who shall inherit the earth? Pastors,... because while the others have abandoned their earthly vanity for the promise of heavenly treasures, these con men who have come in peace and holiness are busy investing, buying shares, sending their kids to the best of schools and enjoying the luxury of life....From whose money??

true, but common sense can only take you that far

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by morgan100(m): 8:14am On Aug 20, 2017
He was live in Ilesa Osun state August 18, it was an explosion of miracle, the baba no dey rest, crusades everywhere.

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by hisgrace090: 8:17am On Aug 20, 2017
Dady kumuyi, ever faithful, ever sure.

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by ifenes(m): 8:41am On Aug 20, 2017
hisgrace090:
Dady kumuyi, ever faithful, ever sure.

But lacks knowledge. All his teachings are pure misinformation, but he is a nice dude to be fair.

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by Oasishosting: 8:42am On Aug 20, 2017
This is rich and refreshing.
God bless Kumuyi

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by Oasishosting: 8:43am On Aug 20, 2017
ifenes:


But lacks knowledge. All his teachings are pure misinformation, but he is a nice dude to be fair.

Stop deceiving yourself

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by ebenice(m): 8:52am On Aug 20, 2017
ifenes:


But lacks knowledge. All his teachings are pure misinformation, but he is a nice dude to be fair.
only a confuse dude would say a nice dude will misinform

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by ifenes(m): 9:07am On Aug 20, 2017
ebenice:
only a confuse dude would say a nice dude will misinform

He is nice and guilible. He teaches innocent people that god is in the sky, Jesus died for them and other rediculous stories. Kumuyi is not knowledgeable at all. Does he think the aliens called god by the King James distorted bible are really gods ? It's a shame he's been allowed to deceive many. You all can throw stones at me all you want for stating the obvious.

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by 2016v2017: 9:27am On Aug 20, 2017
Classicjadon:
The Apostles of Jesus Christ were eyewitnesses of His teachings and miracles He performed. They thus became uncompromising “ministers of the word.” They were tried, tempted, persecuted, imprisoned, severely tortured, denied their rights, abused and afflicted, subjected to hunger, thirst, shame and disgrace. Yet, they stood firmly and remained uncompromising till death. We must also resolve not to deviate from the command to preach “the word of God with boldness.”

The Apostles were not deterred by threats from enemies of the gospel. Instead, they resolved: “We ought to obey God rather than men.” Paul the apostle doggedly proclaimed “all the counsel of God” everywhere, despite his predicaments. He said, “For we are not as many, which corrupt the word of God: but as of sincerity, but as of God, in the sight of God speak we in Christ” (2 Corinthians 2:17). Preachers of the word of God should not circumvent the truth to please any individual, authority or congregation.

To preach the Word with boldness and conviction, we should endeavour to spend quality time to train, consecrate, sacrifice and develop ourselves to be approved unto God. We should not allow others’ sin to make us fall, but avoid compromise like Daniel, who “purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself.” If we stand firm, preach with conviction and bring sinners to the Lord, God’s work will grow numerically and spiritually. And we will receive our great reward on the final day, if we remain faithful till the end.



Believers grow to maturity through regular intake of His Word. Some Christians, however, are not growing in courage, spiritual stamina and levels of maturity, because they fail to commit themselves to imbibe the Word every day. “For when for the time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of God; and are become such as have need of milk, and not of strong meat” (Hebrews 5:12). Such Christians are slow and unproductive. When they ought to be counsellors, leaders, teachers, pastors, evangelists and soul-winners with good grasp on the Word, they remain babes. But the Lord wants us to be strong, firm, courageous and bold.

Rather than give excuses for remaining stagnant because of our situations, “let us go on unto perfection.” We should grow into maturity to be able to handle the difficulty, confrontation, temptation, insult and pressure that challenge our Christian conduct and obedience to the great commission.

Christ never bent the knee to Stan’s messengers or gave up the commission the Father had given Him because of the Pharisees and Sadducees. We must emulate Him and, “Let the word of Christ dwell in (us) richly in all wisdom.” This will make us grow and come to maturity and perfection. The more we live in the Word and by the Word, the more we become mature, stable, steadfast and grow with a good foundation in Christ, Who is the Word personified. Those who move on to maturity live in Him, through Him, like Him and for Him. They are saved, sanctified, separated from the world, submissive, spiritual, saintly, saturated with the Word, steadfast, single-minded, soul-winning and self-denying.

Further Reading (King James Version): Acts 6:2-4,7; 12:24, 8:4,14,25; Luke 1:2; Acts 4:29-31; 5:28,29; 20:26,27; 2Corinthians 2:17; 4:1,2; 2Timothy 1:13,14; 2:15; Titus 1:9; Revelation 22:18,19; Daniel 1:8; 12:2,3; Hebrews 5:12-14; 6:1,12; 1 John 2:12-14; Ephesians 4:13,14; Philippians 2:5,15,16; 1:27,28; Colossians 3:16,17.

http://www.naijanewspapers.com.ng/2017/08/the-power-of-gods-word-wf-kumuyi.html
Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by 2016v2017: 9:32am On Aug 20, 2017
SolexxBarry:
My able daddy,may God continue to bless you sir

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by Xandermarvel(m): 9:39am On Aug 20, 2017
ifenes:


He is nice and guilible. He teaches innocent people that god is in the sky, Jesus died for them and other rediculous stories. Kumuyi is not knowledgeable at all. Does he think the aliens called god by the King James distorted bible are really gods ? It's a shame he's been allowed to deceive many. You all can throw stones at me all you want for stating the obvious.
comon sense,pls get sense na...

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by smartnero24(m): 9:52am On Aug 20, 2017
morgan100:
He was live in Ilesa Osun state August 18, it was an explosion of miracle, the baba no dey rest, crusades everywhere.

Was in Ilorin on Wednesday August 16. The man doesn't rest one bit. A real apostle of our time and an unflinching Holiness preacher.

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Re: The Power Of God’s Word – W.F. Kumuyi by lollmaolol(m): 9:52am On Aug 20, 2017
They were tried, tempted, persecuted, imprisoned, severely tortured, denied their rights, abused and afflicted, subjected to hunger, thirst, shame and disgrace. Yet, they stood firmly and remained uncompromising till death.

Strong word!

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