Midnight Prayer (3)

Midnight prayer will permanently make you a winner and also help you activate and actualise the will of God for your life. Jesus fought and won all his battles while on earth. When he was about to start his earthly ministry, he went into the wilderness to fast for forty days and forty nights.


Prophet T. B. Joshua Is Dead

Popular televangelist Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua is dead. Joshua, who would have marked his next birthday on 12th June, founded the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) in the 1990s. He became popular for his healing services and philanthropic activities. In 2011, Forbes report rated him as one of the richest Nigerian pastors with $10m-$15m. […]


Midnight Prayer By Gabriel Agbo

Do you pray? Do you pray in the midnight? One of the most powerful spiritual tools that God has given, but grossly neglected by Christians is the midnight prayer. Midnight prayer (or vigil) is the prayer done through the night. From the bible times and through the ages, the prayers done around midnight have always brought tremendous and unprecedented results. As a Christian, it is imperative that you live a life of vigil. There are levels you can never attain in the spirit without mastering the act of praying in the midnight

The Sun, Moon And Stars By Gabriel Agbo

The sun and moon grew dark, and the stars no longer shine…Then the LORD will pity his people and be indignant for the honour of his land! He will reply, ‘Look! I am sending you grain and wine and olive oil, enough to satisfy your needs. You will no longer be an object of mockery among the surrounding nations.” Joel 2: 10, 18-19.

Wrestling With God (3)

If you can fight for it then you can have it. Another indefatigable spiritual wrestler we saw in the bible is the Prophet Elijah.  The Prophet of Fire! After the battle of Mount Carmel, Elijah promptly informed King Ahab that God was bringing rain again to the land of Israel, after more three years of drought.  Th


Wrestling With God (2)

When the children of Israel rebelled against God and the leadership of Moses and Aaron in the wilderness, God was angry and decided to destroy them.  But Moses ‘wrestled’ with God to change that decision.  He even rejected an offer to make out of him a great nation instead of Israel. Yes, an intercessor must always be unselfish.