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  • Covenant Month Of Blessings

  • Great And Mighty Seeds

  • Overflow of Joy

“COVENANT MONTH OF BLESSINGS” BY PASTOR YEMISI BAMGBOSE

PSALM 89:20-37
What is a covenant?

It is a mutual agreement between two individuals or more; it could be written or verbal, and must be kept by the parties involved. Sometimes, such a covenant can have a token or seal to make it authentic.
A covenant comes with conditions that must be adhered to by the parties involved, and failure to honour and keep it may result in serious consequences for the covenant-breaking party.
We have seen covenants between:

God and man - Genesis 12:2-3, Deuteronomy 28:1-3, Jeremiah 33:19-22

Man and man - Genesis 26:28-3, 1Samuel 18:3

Man and woman - Genesis 2:23-25

Nation and another nation - Joshua 9:15

Family and family - Genesis 31:50-52

We have seen covenants between God and man that are still in operation up until today. For instance, in Genesis 8:20-22, Noah offered a burnt offering unto God immediately after the flood. As a result, God entered into an everlasting covenant with the human race, which said, "As long as the earth remains, there will be day and night. Winter and summer, sowing and reaping shall not cease”. This particular covenant is still binding today. We still have day and night, and we still have winter and summer. The law of sowing and reaping is all around us because of that singular act performed by Noah, thus causing God to enter into that covenant.
We must also note that God does not just enter into covenants with man without a provoking act on behalf of the human party. For instance, this particular covenant was provoked by Noah's burnt sacrifice of clean animals to Him.


Again, God entered into another covenant with man in Jeremiah 33:19-22, which says, "And the word of the Lord came unto Jeremiah, saying, Thus saith the Lord; If ye can break my covenant of the day, and my covenant of the night, and that there should not be day and night in their season; Then may also my covenant be broken with David my servant, that he should not have a son to reign upon his throne; and with the Levites the priests, my ministers. As the host of heaven cannot be numbered, neither the sand of the sea measured: so will I multiply the seed of David my servant, and the Levites that minister unto me".
You can see in this scripture that God views covenants as very serious, especially the ones He makes with His children.
Another important covenant made between God and man was in the Garden of Eden, which was  fulfilled in Christ and ratified by His blood on the cross of Calvary. Jesus gave us a new covenant in His blood.
An example of a covenant made between man and God can be seen also  in the story of Hannah in 1 Samuel 1:11. She asked God for a son and promised to give the son back to God; a promise she later fulfilled.


In the example of covenants made between man and man, there is Isaac versus Abimelech and his people, and this can be found in Genesis 26:28-33.
Another example of covenants made is a covenant made between husband and wife. This type of covenant is life-binding.
A covenant made between two nations could be seen as a treaty entered into by the two leaders of the respective nations. This treaty must be honoured and adhered to by the citizens of both nations.
So therefore, we should come into this new month with a sense of responsibility towards covenants made between God and man.

We should make November our covenant month where all our past vows are paid and also remind God of His promises made to us since the beginning of this year. We should come into the presence of God throughout this month with a heart full of gratitude for all His numerous blessings in the past few months.
Because of the covenant made with the people mentioned above, they enjoyed the following blessings as a result:-

1) Noah spared the world from flooding, and we now enjoy the blessings of day and night, and of sowing time and harvest time. Noah also provoked God into giving us universal blessings.

2) Hannah asked God for a son and she honoured her word by giving the son back to God; consequently, God gave her many children in return.

3) David got an everlasting kingship because he was a true worshipper of God.

Every born-again Christian has free access to the presence of God by the blood of Jesus. His blood has given us victory over the devil and his agents. The blood has made us partakers in divine inheritance. We have hope of eternal glory. Our names are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life. We are eternally secured. We can call God our Father. We have the gift of the Holy Spirit, which is our seal until the day of redemption.
God will always honour every word that has proceeded out of His mouth. We are the ones that    usually break our covenant, sometimes without considering the implication that follows our actions. Hannah brought the child back to God in fulfilment of her promise. Noah gave God the best and cleanest animals as a burnt offering and not leftovers’. David was a true worshipper; he worshipped God unashamedly. He wrote psalms, songs and hymns in his appreciation to God who made him the king and kept him alive and safe from his enemies. In Psalm 34:1-3, He danced before God who made him a king, and he commanded his soul, spirit and everything within him to praise God. No wonder God entered into such a covenant with him.
As we enter this month of November, I would like us to be like King David and dance before God our Maker, Protector, preserver and Provider unashamedly. Show your sincere appreciation to Him that has kept us alive, and saved us from sin and the damnation of hell fire, terror and demonic      influences.
This month, you should come before God with a heart full of gratitude and thanksgiving. Do not wait to be cajoled before casting your crown before your Maker in worship.
Psalm 100:1-5  (Message) "On your feet now—applaud God!  Bring a gift of laughter, sing yourselves into His presence. Know this: God is God, and God, God. He made us; we didn’t make Him. We’re His people, His well–tended sheep. Enter with the password: 'Thank you!' Make yourselves at home, talking praise. Thank Him. Worship Him. For God is sheer beauty, all–generous in love, loyal always and ever."
This month, we should discard all manmade pretence of stiffness and applaud God with our shout of thanksgiving, and rejoice like those that have won the battle of life. We should use the password of thank  you for our benefits, blessings, provisions and protection. We should come before Him with gifts, laughter and worship God in the beauty of His Holiness.
Pay all your pending vows. God will always honour His own side of the covenant, but we too must be men and women of integrity by doing exactly what we have promised to do. You can provoke Heaven to respond to you this month, especially as the year is almost running to an end. Do something unusual this month that will make Heaven mark your voice/request and send an urgent answer to you. You can follow the pattern of the people mentioned above and the Holy Spirit can inspire you to do the right thing for yourself.
May the month of November give birth to our own miracle and blessings in Jesus name-amen












“GREAT AND MIGHTY SEEDS” BY PASTOR YEMISI BAMGBOSE
Psalm 112:1-3.


"Praise ye the Lord. Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord, that delighteth greatly in his commandments. His seed shall be mighty upon earth: the generation of the upright shall be blessed. Wealth and riches shall be in his house: and his  righteousness endureth forever."
Some children are born great by the virtue of their family lineage, such as those born into royalty, born to reigning president of a nation etc
Some became great by divine choice, e g Ephraim. God made Ephraim greater than his brother Manasseh.
Others became great by sheer performance  e.g. David was great by his achievement.
Some were born great but die just like a popper.
Some became great by refusing to remain an unknown soldier, e.g. Jabez

1) There are those born with great and mighty seeds in them like Isaac, Jacob, Joseph etc
These people were direct descendants of Abraham; they achieved greatness by the great covenant made to their father by God.
Genesis 12:1-3


God gave father Abraham promises that guaranteed the greatest for his generations after him, of which we are also partakers of these divine blessings.
Isaac and Jacob were both great and mighty seeds because they were son and grandson of Abraham, respectively.
Genesis 26:13-14


"And the man waxed great, and went forward, and grew until he became very great: For he had possession of flocks, and      possession of herds, and great store of servants: and the Philistines envied him."
Genesis 30:43


"And the man increased exceedingly, and had much cattle, and maidservants, and menservants, and camels, and asses."

Just like Isaac and Jacob, we have the gene of greatness inside of us, because we have the gene of God in Christ inside of us that has guaranteed our greatness in life.
Every other defective gene of failure and obscurity should no longer affect us and the generations after us.

2) Others attained greatness by personal achievement.
Some of such people are David, Elijah, Joshua etc
Promises with hard work will always make a child great in life
Proverbs 22:29. Says "Seest thou a man diligent in his business? he shall stand before kings;
he shall not stand before mean men."
Diligence will make a man great on earth
David became great by achievement, in 1 Samuel 16: when God sent Samuel into the house of Jesse to anoint there a king, David was never considered a kingly material by his father, but God had already orchestrated that he was His right choice to be made a king instead of Saul.
Not too long from then, David killed Goliath and that made him a national hero and the talk of the entire nation, he was brought before king Saul, the women composed a song in his honour.
Elijah was from unknown father and yet achieved greatness by God using him as a priest to nations; he became a father to many kings. He became a king maker and a king removal

3) Some have greatness thrust at them
For example, Joshua was not born great nor did he plan to be great, he was satisfied with just being the messenger of a great man, he was the messenger of Moses and that was joy enough for him. Whenever Moses was going somewhere he would carry his bag and follow him. As far as he was concerned that was all that matters; this is the level of his own greatness; a messenger for a great man of God.
Some people became great by force, they didn’t want to be great, they were not born great, they had no idea, they had no intention of becoming great, but somehow in the plan of the most High they were compelled to be great.
For instance in Joshua 1:8 the Almighty God spoke to Joshua and said, Moses my servant is dead. Now arise to lead the  people of Israel to their promised land and Joshua allocated the land to them by lot.
You might not be born with a silver spoon in your mouth, but your link with Jesus should make you great.
4) Some became great by refusing to remain an unknown person.             
For example Jabez in 1 Chronicles 4:9-10
This man was born a man of sorrow and pain, it was when he was tired of causing sorrow and pain that he cried to God who changes situation and his lot was changed and he became more honourable than his fellow brethren.
1 Chronicles 4:9-10 "And Jabez was more honourable than his brethren: and his mother called his name Jabez, saying, because I bare him with sorrow. And Jabez called on the God of Israel, saying, Oh that thou wouldest bless me indeed, and enlarge my coast, and that thine hand might be with me, and that thou wouldest keep me from evil, that it may not grieve me! And God granted him that which he requested."

5) Some were born great but ended up badly.
The children of Eli missed their greatness by disobeying their father, they dishonoured the God of their fathers and they died like a commoner.
Parents owe it a duty to train their children in the ways of The Lord, to honour and obey Him in all they do in life in order for them to see the good side of God and to achieve their utmost greatness in life.
Psalm 112:2


The seeds of the righteous shall be great,
It is guarantee that the children of one considered righteous by God will attain greatness.
It implies that every born again child of God has the seed of greatness in them.  Their children can attain greatness by the virtue that God now sees them as righteous.
These seeds must also be taught how to work hard, honour God in their daily endeavours, embrace honest approach to life matters.
A child can be born great but without the right and correct input from their parents, he or she may end up a failure.  The seed of  greatness may remain only a possibility and not become a reality in such a case.
Appropriate discipline must be employed by the parents or guardian in order for those seeds to truly become great.
Right working ethics must be encouraged with right attitude that promote hard work and diligence; truthfulness must also be encouraged.
Proverbs 22:6 says "Train up your child in the way he should go, when he is old, he will not depart from it."
Parents must always put in their best into their children's training and upbringing in order to see the best out of their children.
Genesis 48:13.  "And Israel stretched out his right hand, and laid it upon Ephraim's head, who was the younger, and his left hand upon Manasseh's head, guiding his hands wittingly; for Manasseh was the firstborn."
Ephraim was chosen to be great in life by virtue of Jacob laying his right hand on him instead of his older brother     Manasseh. Ephraim assumed this great position of a leader above his brother, prospered by God, became great and turned away from God that made him great, that attitude became the cause of his downfall.
Hosea 9:11-12. "As for Ephraim, their glory shall fly away like a bird, from the birth, and from the womb, and from the conception.
Though they bring up their children, yet will I bereave them, that there shall not be a man left: yea, woe also to them when I depart from them!"

We must always remember that not all the seed of great people end up being great.
Whether your seed becomes great or not depends solely on you.
Parents must give their best time to their children upbringing.
Teach them values of life.
Show them how to honour God and not rob Him
Discipline them appropriately
Don’t leave your children to the care of aupairs, child minders, school or children church teachers to train your      children for you.
Show them good examples of hard work.
Be a good example in words and in deeds.
Lead them to The Lord in their tender age.
Promote honest and good report in your home.

Prayer Points:
Pray that your seed shall be greater than you

Pray that God will keep evil, sickness, demons away from your seed in Jesus name.

Prayer that your seed will not end up badly in life.

That they will remain the seed of the righteous with wealth, honour and glory attached to them.

Shalom




“OVERFLOW OF JOY” BY PASTOR YEMISI BAMGBOSE
ISAIAH 61:10


“I will greatly rejoice in the LORD, my soul shall be joyful in my God; for He hath clothed me with the garments of salvation, He hath covered me with the robe of righteousness, as a bridegroom decketh himself with ornaments, and as a bride adorneth herself with her jewels.”

Joy is gladness of heart.
When a pregnant woman delivers her baby at nine month it brings joy to both the mother and her relatives for safe delivery of a living child and continuity in the family lineage.
Likewise, whenever a child becomes of age, and starts their own journey into marriage, it comes with joy and celebration.
When a student graduates from university with good results, the parents are always joyful that their investment has finally paid off.
Your joy should come from knowing Him as He is the true source of eternal joy.
Joy comes when we surrender our lives to Jesus. In heaven, angels are rejoicing and on earth, we are rejoicing that the devil has lost another candidate.
In John 15:11,  Jesus said "These things I have spoken to you that My joy may remain in you, and that your joy may be full".

John 17:13


Joy comes with victory, promotion and an enlargement of coast.  It is more beneficial to have joy than happiness.
Happiness is circumstantial and short lived, but joy is of the spirit, springing from within the       individual; so it is not dependent on things happening around the individual.
Success and achievement produces joy just as failure and disappointment brings about sadness of the heart.
The ninth month of the year represents delivery and it also represents when all our long awaited miracles shall be delivered without fail.
Song: I will exalt you Lord, for Thou has lifted me, above my enemies, Your banner over me is love.

Joy is a reflection of who God is in my life and in your life.
An Overflow of joy is unceasing gladness of the heart that is not subject to temporary setbacks. It is a show of gratitude to God for what He has done.
The passage in Isaiah 61:10 tells of God clothing you with the garment of salvation. The fact that Jesus delivered us from the slave market should make us joyful and cause us to rejoice.
He has also covered us with a robe of righteousness, wiping away all our guilt, sorrow, disappointment, barrenness and failure by the righteousness of His dear son Jesus Christ.
As many that God has kept alive, in good health should be filled with an overflow of joy; resulting in their continual praise to God for safe keeping and sound mind.
Joy is not circumstantial but it is a fruit of the Spirit which comes from knowing Him intimately. Joy comes from the depth of our heart and it is not superficial at all.
The Holy Spirit is the author of joy. He gives joy and God is only drawn to an atmosphere of joy as sorrow attracts the devil.
He gives us joy as a sign of sonship, so that our life can truly attract God with all His blessings.
In Luke 1:46-55, Mary declared that “my soul magnifies The Lord, and my spirit has rejoiced in God my Saviour”. This is because The Lord visited her above all other maidens in the land.

The One who is mighty had done a great thing for her and He is doing great things for us as well.
Has The Lord done great things for you this year so far, if yes, then your heart should be filled with joy that must be demonstrated by praising Him unceasingly.
Our heart should be filled with overwhelming joy because of what The Lord has done for us.
In Winners' Way Dartford, this year alone, God has blessed us with so many babies. We are also having weddings and our students/children are doing exceptionally well at school with some of them receiving awards and some graduating from university. We also thank God for the journey mercies for all those that have travelled far and wide, God indeed has done us well.
Our hearts should be filled with gratitude to God alone.
Psalm 16:11 says, “You will show me the path of life, in Your presence is fullness of JOY, At Your right hand are pleasures forever.”
If you want pleasure it is in His presence and joy attracts His presence to you.
Sorrow attracts His displeasure just as joy attracts His pleasure.  So if you want God's pleasure, embrace joy in the Holy Ghost, which is the Kingdom of God.
Joy is like a magnet that attracts good things to you.
Joy is only obtainable in the presence of God. The joy that God gives cannot be taken away by the devil, because it comes from within your spirit.
Psalm 119:162 says “ I rejoice at Your word, As one who finds a great treasure”.
From the scripture, it is clear that anyone that wants joy must take time to study the Word of God as inside the Word lies are great treasures.
Whenever a person finds earthly treasure, they rejoice, so should those of us that read the Word of God, as it is an eternal treasure.
Jeremiah, 15:16b confirms the same by saying, And Your words was to me the joy and rejoicing of heart.

Hannah expressed her joy in songs unto The Lord that had done great and mighty things for her.


The God that wiped away her sorrows, removed all her limitations and barrenness. 1 Samuel 2:1-10
Psalm 113:9
Joy can be expressed by a great shout just like the children should when the foundation of the once destroyed temple was laid again as a symbol of things to come.
Ezra 3:11-13
It can be expressed in praises to our great God.
2 Chronicles 29:30
A grateful heart is a joyful one.
When we consider the grace of God that has made many of us great this year, our heart should be filled with unceasing joy and gratefulness to God.
There are many causes of JOY
When we have victory in life. - 1 Samuel 18:6
Genuine repentance of sinners. - Luke 15:5,10
When we receive forgiveness. - Psalm 51:8,12
Having our names written in the book of life. - Luke 10:17-20.

From all the mentioned reasons, it is clear to see that it is more beneficial to have joy and to  retain it than to allow circumstantial setbacks to create sorrows in our hearts.  Joy prolongs a healthy life and sorrow produces a broken spirit.  May the joy of The Lord be our strength in   Jesus name. You are blessed.


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Winners Way Dartford
Rehoboth House
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Sunday
Sunday Service - 10:00am
Thanksgiving 1st Sunday - 10:00am
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Home Cell Meeting - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Wednesday
Digging Deep Bible Study - 6:30pm
Thursday
Miracle Hour 2nd & 3rd Thursdays - 7:00pm
Friday
Special Solution Hour 1st Friday - 7:00pm
Youth Service 3rd Friday - 6:30pm
Last Friday - Shiloh (Night Vigil) - 10:00pm
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Evangelism 2nd Saturday - 10:00am
Men's Fellowship 2nd Saturday - 10:00am
Good Women 2nd Saturday - 4:00pm
Choir/Musician - 4:00pm

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