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Time Management and Success

Greetings in the name of the Lord

Brethren, the way we handle our time is always a major determinant of our level of success. Most time we pray on being too busy to handle situation until they become issues in our lives and hurt us badly in the long run. Humans are limited by time and space. There is no way we can be in multiple points and do several things at the same time. But given proper time management skills we could try to achieve several things at the same time.

As leaders in Church, our homes and at work place, Christians are always divided between satisfying the need of God in our lives and balancing with the need to be at the best in our works. Several leaders in the Bible had faced the same issues. While several worked out a way to harness it; several failed in balancing their time between works and families responsibilities that their names were eliminated in the records of the Bible.

Aaron was the de facto second-in-command and the head of communication to Moses. He was the voice of the Israel revolution in Egypt and appointed by God. Moses works, planning, challenges and triumphs were shared by Aaron. Aron failed as a leader when Moses left him for the first time to meet with God on Mount Sinai; delegating leadership of the people to this great talker became the first great error of Moses Apostleship. Aaron’s lack of understanding of his role as a leader, who must take decisions and protect his people wards committed the greatest sin to God. He accented to the people’s call for a symbolic god and created a “Golden Calf” for Israelites to worship in place of Yahweh (Exodus 32: 4; Deuteronomy 9:9‑21). Aaron life works was negated by this sole action, his name and those of his siblings were never mentioned again in the Bible history. A great man gone down merely because he refused to take a good decision at the right time.

Success is limited by where you start from. Your start point is supposed to make your testimonies even more unbelievable. Not every leaders could have the prompting of the Palace background as Moses did. But remember Moses’s life was filled with up and down before becoming the icon of Israel’s exodus from Egypt and thereafter. Moses was born of average Jewish family before he was adopted by Pharaoh’s daughter and brought to the Palace. Moses later had to escape to Midian and become a hired shepherd. He was lucky to find favour with his boss and married the bosses’ daughter and thereafter became the leader of Israelites revolution in Egypt. Moses’s life was successful because he was never willing to completely rest on his oars. He was a great man with zeal to conquer and change the status quo. He worked against the palace of Pharaoh despite being a prince of Egypt (Exodus 2: 11-15).

With all of Moses understanding of his roles as a leader, and leading the whole clan of Israel, it took the intervention of Jethro, the Midianite and Moses’s father-in-law to teach him about time management and delegation. Moses was over worked and have no time for his family as a leader of the people. This job took all his time and he neglected all things at the same time working himself out on daily basis (Exodus 18). Your success will surely lead to hurting your very own folks if and when you refused to manage your time properly.

Your success is a measure of how people around you perceive you. Most of us are always too busy to break bread with the brethren, help our friends and even to call and bring a smile to our siblings (Prov. 22: 6-7). Crave and allure for money have turned us all into slaves of money. Money have succeeded in splitting our attention from God. Our faith is in tatters. We justifies all on the altar of the end justifying, every means. Money by any means possible. The devil then come calling to hurt us and we cry back to the same God we forsake to run after mundane things. The church is really affected today by lukewarm Christians. We only attend services whenever it doesn’t affect our daily chores. We chose and pick which of the commandments to follow. We are stemmed in the need to win earthly basics for success. We always forget that our justification is assured only through our faith in Him. God Grace gives all riches and bestows honour (John 6: 63); John 3: 31-33; John 1: 4-5).

Our faith in God and our time for His works limits our successes (Matt. 9: 21) our belief in His words are the basis of our faith, our faith in God is the ladder to our calling. God Calls only who have faith in Him and whom He calls; he surely Justify and anyone who is justified by God enjoy Glorification. Our success is embedded in His work (1 Corinthians 6: 17). If we are one with God our thought, actions and processes will be the best and our success is already assured (1Corinthians 3; 16-17). We carry the divine power of God and can only release these power when we work with Him and do His work in perfect understanding of the need for perfect balance of time and processes.

Conclusively, a reading of Roman 10: 1-13 explain our qualification for success. He called us to His righteousness and whomever He calls, he justifies and give His righteousness to excel at all things. We are successful through allowing Him to manage our lives for us as our live is completely embedded in His.

Prayers: God help me to always remember that my time belonged to you and only you can manage my life in a successful way. Come and partner with me in my life endeavours because I know you are a winner always, and working with You; is an assurance of my Success.

God Bless you all.






‘5 reasons why Pastor Adeboye won’t make heaven’ – Daddy Freeze


Backing up his claims with Bible passages, Daddy Freeze gave his reason in his latest Youtube video titled: ‘Addressing Adeboye’s False Claim That You Won’t Make Heaven if you don’t pay tithe.’

Nigerian OAP and ‘Free the sheeple’ movement leader, Daddy Freeze, who is also a known critic of the Redeemed Christian Church of God General Overseer, Pastor Adeboye, in a new Youtube video listed 5 reasons why the cleric won’t make heaven.

Backing up his claims with Bible passages, Daddy Freeze gave his reason in his latest Youtube video titled: ‘Addressing Adeboye’s False Claim That You Won’t Make Heaven if you don’t pay tithe.’

Here are the reasons Daddy Freeze listed, below;

1. Leading children astray —

Freeze uses Luke 17:1 -3 as his Biblical reason for why the preacher will not make heaven. It says, “Jesus said to his disciples: “Things that cause people to stumble are bound to come, but woe to anyone through whom they come. It would be better for them to be thrown into the sea with a millstone tied around their neck than to cause one of these little ones to stumble. So, watch yourselves.” He adds, “Enoch watch yourself.”

2. Turning Stone to bread —

This time, the controversial figure goes to Matthew 4:3 which says, The tempter came to him and said, “If you are the Son of God, tell these stones to become bread.”

In his words, “They read their Bible like textbooks but they say I’m the one that reads Bible like text… I read the Bible spiritually and I’ll explain to you.”

After reading the verse, Freeze says, “The stones he was talking about are human beings, not stones. Many times in the Bible stones were actually human beings.

He backs this with several verses adding, “Turning stones to bread is turning human beings to money. If you do this, you can not make Heaven. Stop turning stones to bread. Jesus rejected the temptation, why are Nigerian G. Os falling for this temptation of the devil.”

3. Subjecting people to the curse of the law

Freeze says the third reason is that “he is subjecting people to the curse of the law by telling them to pay tithe. There is not space for tithing in the grace.”

He continues: “Some people will now come and tell you that tithing was before the law. Oh yes, it was before the law but it was also before the promise and everything before the promise is of no consequence to Christianity.

“Our promise with father Abraham started in Genesis 17. In Genesis 16, Abraham had Ishmael. In Genesis 17, when he was 99, Abraham was promised of Issac and his name was changed from Abram to Abraham.

“So, whatever Abraham did as Abram in Genesis 14, when he gave tithe to Melchizedek is of no consequence to Christianity…”

4. He is a teacher of the law

According to Freeze, Mathew 23:13 and verse 15 proves that anyone who teaches the law is not going to heaven.

5. He disobeys Jesus

In Freeze’s words, “He disobeys Jesus and our first pastors and he makes us obey Malachi. Malachi is not a Christian verse. how dare you

Reining Daily With Christ- Pastor Jide Ogunsakin


Saturday April, 14



PASTOR JIDE OGUNSAKIN Senior Pastor, New Kingdom Church, Pameec Plaza, Wuye, Abuja, Nigeria +234 806 313 4845


Let the people praise thee, O God; let all the people praise thee. Then shall the earth yield her increase; and God, even our own God, shall bless us (Psalms 67:5-6).


2nd Chronicles 5:11-14

Praise in the mouth of the believer is powerful. Praise has the capacity to turn everyone’s mess into miracle, morning into dancing and confrontation into congratulations. It doesn’t matter what you are going through, if only you will praise God today, I can assure you that your life will never remain the same again. We saw in out text how the glory of God took over the house at the instance of praise.


Power of Persistent by Pastor Jide Ogunsakin – +2348063134845

Praise is therefore, the easiest route to glory. As you make up your mind to give God quality praise today and always, may God turn your morning into dancing, your shame into fame, and your disgrace into amazing grace. I see God turning your misery into ministry, your frustration into liberty, and your pressure into pleasure in Jesus mighty name. Whatever man has tagged impossible in your life, may God turn it into great possibility for you. You are blessed forever!!!


Anything can happen in the midst of praise.


Father, I know there is no impossibility with You. Oh Lord show up in my matter today.


Deuteronomy 21,   22     Luke 16:1-18     Proverbs 9:13-18

Reigning Daily With Christ-Pastor Jide Ogunsakin

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Friday April, 13



Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation (Isaiah 12:3).


PASTOR JIDE OGUNSAKIN Senior Pastor, New Kingdom Church, Pameec Plaza, Wuye, Abuja, Nigeria +234 806 313 4845

TEXT: Joel 1:12, Isaiah 12:1-6

We live in a world of endless desires. We want the best cars to drive, best houses to live in, best jobs and best everything. Unfortunately, not many people know the right and easiest way to getting the best out of life. Praise is the ladder to greatness. Your many years of labour cannot give you what a day of praiseful life can give you. Nothing greases life like praise. Just like when a car engine lacks grease, it begins to crack noise and struggles in motion so also will any life which is void of praise struggle endlessly and you know what? If you allow that engine to continue like that, it will definitely crash. Praise is the antidote to the crashing of the engine of man’s destiny. That is why I have mentioned at some point in this devotional that if you are not praiseful you will be grounded. Praiseful people can never head for the crash because God is always there piloting all their endeavours. I pray for you today, whatever is working negatively against your destiny trying to make your life crash receives instant judgment from heaven today. You shall not crash but go forward in Jesus name.


Praiseful people can’t be stranded in life so go forward.


Father, let it be well with me and all that concerns me. By virtue of Your presence with me may I go forward and not backward in Jesus name.


Deuteronomy 19,   20     Luke 15:1-32     Psalms 45:1-9