DAY 4: SUNDAY 14TH JAN 2018 – PRAYERS OF THANKSGIVING
• Intense praise and worship
• Thank God for His mercy that is renewed upon us every morning. Ps136:1
• Let us thank God for Late Pa. Josiah Akindayomi and other Men of honour inspired by the Holy Spirit to establish the RCCG.
• Let us bless the name of the Lord for the obedience of Pastor E.A. Adeboye and other men of vision to the call of God upon them.
DAY 2: FRIDAY 12TH JAN 2018 – MERCY AND FORGIVENESS
PRAYER OF FORGIVENESS: Text: Matt. 18:22 Jere. 31:34; LUKE 23:34, 1kings 13:1-6; Act 7:54-60, John 3:16.
Your lack of forgiveness can sabotage your comprehensive victory. Since no one can offend you Seventy times, therefore, learn to forgive so that your fasting and prayers can be acceptable before God. Your waiting on Him will never amount to an hunger strike. Amen.
Example of complete forgiveness in the Bible- JOSEPH, Gen. 45:5-15; Gen 50:19-20, DAVID 1 Samuel 24:1-22, 2 Samuel 9:1-13. Stephen Acts. 7:59-60.
Father!!! Please have mercy on me for not forgiving others and give me the heart of flesh to forgive in Jesus name.
Father!!! By Your grace, I forgive totally all that I have offended me; I released them from every captivity of bitterness in my heart.
You are invited as a special guest at the Lagos Student Convention holding at the Teslim Balogun Stadium on Friday 20th October from 10 am.
Organised by A Fresh Start Initiative, Office of the Vice Chair Lagos Central Senatorial District of the APC, ECOWAS Youth Council and Dayo Israel Intl, the event will draw together thousands of secondary and university students, and youths from across Lagos. See flyer for details.
Nigeria secure ticket to Russia 2018 with win over Zambia
First of Africa’s side to book their place
Will be their sixth appearance since debuting in 1994
Nigeria have become the first African side to book their place at 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia after a 1-0 win over Zambia in Uyo earned them an unassailable lead at the head of Group B.
Alex Iwobi repeated his feat of being the thorn in the Zambians’ side, once again finding himself on the scoresheet against the Chipolopolo. Having scored in the first Group B game between the sides, he came off the bench in the second half to end Zambianhopes of creating a final day climax on 6 November, instead seeing the Super Eagles book a spot at their sixth finals. Read more
BROADCAST BY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI ON OCTOBER 1ST, 2017
My dear Nigerians,
October 1st remains a special date for all Nigerians as this marks the day when we attained one of the most precious of human desires — freedom.
Over the years the country has gone through trials and tribulations, but October 1st is always a day for celebrations.
It is a day for thanks giving, reflection and re-dedication.
It is also a day for remembrance. We should remind ourselves of the recent journey from 1999 – 2015, when our country happily returned to democratic rule.
However, in spite of oil prices being an average of $100 per barrel and about 2.1m barrels a day, that great piece of luck was squandered and the country’s social and physical infrastructure neglected.
We were left with no savings and huge infrastructure deficit.
The APC Government’s Campaign rallying cry to restore security, re-balance the economy and fight corruption was not all rhetoric. Read more
Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. To further include young people, last year, the UN Security Council passed Resolution 2250 recognizing the role youth have to play in peace building and encouraging young governments to engage young people at all levels of peace building. Following the success of last our International Peace Day in partnership with UNIC, we hope to make this year even bigger and more impactful.
This year, the United Nations Association of Nigeria in partnership with the United Nations Information Center and University of Lagos, Akoka (Department of International Law and Jurisprudence) will host a symposium on the United Nations International Peace Day theme: “Together for Peace: Respect, Safety, and Dignity for All.”