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While Waiting – Pastor Dare Akinbanjo (15.11.20)

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Text – Luke 4: 1-8

Generally not many Christians fast. Some believe that Jesus has finished everything with dry fasting OF 40 DAYS AND 40 NIGHTS (Luke 4: 1-8). They even claim that since the Holy Spirit is always interceding for us, we do not need to labour in prayers.

However the real truth is that waiting on the LORD is a necessity for anyone who’ll make it to heaven. The journey to heaven is a marathon. You will therefore need to work out your salvation with fear and trembling. Phil. 4:13.

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Scriptural Dimensions of Fasting and Prayers – Pastor Dare Akinbanjo (08.11.20)

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Text – Isaiah 58:1-12


As believers, we have heard so much  about Fasting and Prayer that we do only  little in the practical sense. 

But Fasting and Prayer is the only  authentic platform as a Christian that you  can truly spiritually focus on what is  important to the Lord.

NOTE: Fasting and Prayer is also another way  (not the only way) to wait on the Lord.  However, there is no equally effective  alternative to it



Waiters and Waitresses

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Text – Lamentation 3: 26-27/ Hosea 10:12/ Psalm 130:5

What does waiting mean?

  1. It is to stop (Selah – Pause & think)
  2. Cease from other activities to concentrate on a priority at hand
  3. Spiritually, to wait is to shut down from other conflicting activities in order to listen to the Lord.
    • Abide in God’s presence
    • Worship in God’s presence