Beloved in the Lord, hallelujah!
The heart overflowing with joy, I greet you all in the name of Jesus Christ and invite you to read and meditate on this passage of Scripture: “It is the Spirit who gives life; “the flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I (Jesus Christ) say you are spirit and life” (John 6: 63).
We thank the Lord our God for the grace that he gives his people every day and are very grateful for allowing all our students after peaceful holidays, rich in variety activities to resume back in good conditions the way of classes, on behalf of the new school year 2014-2015. We believe that the advice they received from share and other when pensioners and other days of teachings will be solid “safeguards” to preserve them against derivatives facing them during this period of classes which has just begun.
As for us, we must pray for our children and remind them of the daily lessons that they are taught to the Church because these tips and lessons will ensure their safety and protection. Our children spend on average more than 75% of the day at school. Thus parents, like Job, must watch over the life of such children, regardless of age (those of Job were not kids – Job 1, 4-5- ).
During the worship service he presided at Ngousso on August 24, 2014, the Man of God, speaking of the obedience of our father Abraham (cf. the book of Genesis 22), invited and even challenged every Christian to imitate Abraham in obedience without reservation to the word of God. Thus, to put God to the test, it was said that there won’t be any prayer of deliverance in the Church – come to the altar and ask prayer for healing during a period of two months. Indeed, the practice of the Word of God, our obedience to God must only provide for us and put us away from various ailments, for He specifically said, “If you listen to the voice of the carefully Lord thy God, and wilt do that which is right in His sight, and give ear to His commandments and keep all His statutes, I will put none of the diseases I brought on the Egyptians ; for I am the Lord who heals you “(Exodus 3:26 p.m.); Read also Exodus 23: 22-28. It is very important to know that our well-being depends on our obedience to the Lord. The evidence? Whenever we are sick, we go before the altar confessing our sins, before the servant of God prays for us.But do we still sin, to finally come to know that God does not like sin? Should we always try GOD? Should we not rather have fear before Him as Abraham and obey without thinking or discuss? Indeed, beloved, “the fear of the LORD is to hate evil” (Proverbs 8:13).
We will not forget that we are three months away from the universal Convention of the children of God, this meeting which marks a decisive point in our Christian home and just show the greatness of our God who still supported the Ministry of the explanation of the book in the 51st year of exercise. We must prepare ourselves in every way especially spiritually.
We thank the Lord for the great number of the beloved who have engaged in married life. We have been led to delay the publication of your Bulletin of Announcement in order to enable all those who are celebrating their marriage in October of all post their advertisements related thereto. After this edition, we will again focus on the preparations of the Universal Convention.
In this edition, we are recalling a document dated on October 28 2002 and entitled “OBSERVATIONS OF MAN OF GOD.” This document is a news event that proves that the Holy Spirit is the same and does not change. These reminders whenever made by us are intended to let us know what the Holy Spirit had taught in specific times, so that the newly arrived among us know how to behave. And the times we live is not far from what the Holy Spirit taught 12 years ago.
Already we are very grateful to all those who, by their prayers, advice, help make this Bulletin of Announcements. Every day we are encouraged by all those who find in this work joy and a strengthening of their faith. May the Lord bless us all!
On this, we leave you; wish you a good read, with maintained hope to meet you soon.
“The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all” (2 Corinthians 1:13 p.m.).
The Director of Publishing and Communication.
Rev Pastor. TCHANA Landry