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The Blessed of the Lord By Pastor E. A. Adeboye (Transcribed Text of the message from July 2014 Holy Ghost Service)

Pastor Adeboye

Let’s lift our hands to the Almighty God and bless His holy name; let’s praised the King of kings, the Lord of lords, let us worship the Ancient of days, let us give Him glory, let’s give Him honor, and give Him adoration.

He is worthy to be praised, He is worthy to be adored, He is worthy to be magnified, there is no one like Him, bless His holy name.

Praise Him, give Him glory, give Him honor…. In Jesus mighty name we worshiped.

Father, in a very special way please visit me tonight… in Jesus mighty name we have prayed. Read more

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RCCG Holy Ghost Service July 2014. Theme: The blessed of the Lord » July 4th 

RCCG Holy Ghost Service July 2014

Date: Friday, 4th July, 2014

Theme: The blessed of the Lord

Venue: Redemption Camp, KM 46, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Time: 7pm (Nigerian Time)

Ministering: Pastor E.A. Adeboye

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Open Heavens Devotional: BLESSED HOPE RENEWED – Monday, July 16, 2012

By Pastor E.A. Adeboye

Memorise: Wherefore comfort one another with these words. 1 Thessalonians 4:18

Read: 1 Corinthians 15:15-58

The Holy Communion is a special meal. It is a celebratory meal. As you take it, you celebrate your victory over worry and anxiety. John 14:1-3 says you should not let your heart be troubled because He is returning for us. Jesus partook of this meal before His departure and He promised to return for us. Even if you have different issues troubling you, the remembrance of the fact that He will return and that your tomorrow will be alright, should bring glorious peace upon you.

1 Corinthians 15:49-57 tells us that because He died and resurrected after His body was broken and His blood was shed, we no longer have any cause to fear death. Sometime in 1980, my father in the Lord was sick and his friend was also sick. He sent a message to his friend that he would soon be going. His friend replied “I will be gone before you”. They were talking about dying like taking an ordinary journey. When you partake of the Holy Communion, you celebrate your victory over death. Fear of death is completely nullified. Also, taking the Holy Communion helps you to celebrate that blessed hope that one day, your Saviour will come. In Matthew 26:29, the Lord says:

But I say unto you, I will not drink henceforth of this fruit of the vine, until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father’s Kingdom.

Yes, one day, the Lord will come for us and take us to His Father’s Kingdom and there we will wine and dine with Him. What a blessed hope! This hope is a wonderful source of comfort for all believers in Christ (1 Thessalonians 4:15-18). Partaking of the Communion therefore reminds you that you have another home ahead – in the perfect land of blessedness where you won’t have to suffer as you did on earth. As you take the Holy Communion, you are reminded of His promise in John 14:1-3 that one day, He will take you to be with Him and you will forever be in His presence. We shall forever live with our Saviour in Heaven. This is why you must not miss communion service. The power of this meal is normally experienced at our monthly Holy Communion Service, if you can, don’t miss it. How prepared are you for Heaven?


Thank God that Jesus is returning for you. Pray that you will not miss His return.

Bible in one year: Judges 16-18

Open Heavens Devotional: BLESSED ALL ROUND – Friday, March 9, 2012

By Pastor E.A. Adeboye

Memorise: The Lord shall command the blessing upon thee in thy storehouse and in all that thou settest thine hand unto; and he shall bless thee in the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee. Deuteronomy 28:8

Read: Genesis 39:1-6

From the story of Joseph recorded in today’s Bible reading, we learn this truth: God’s presence changes the location of the one who has it. It moves you up and it moves you forward. If God is truly with you, you cannot remain on the same spot for long. If making progress is quiet difficult for you, it could be a pointer to the absence of God’s presence. If God is with you, He will relocate you from the bottom to the top, from sorrow and depression into joy and hope, and from lack into abundance. May the presence of God promote you in Jesus name.

Another truth we learn from this story is that God’s presence can positively affect every area of your life. In Genesis 39:3, everything Joseph did prospered. God’s presence in your life can positively affect you spiritually, physically, mentally, financially, socially and ministry-wise. This implies that the one who has God with him will observe that he or she is making progress in every area of life. 3 John 2 will be a reality in the life of such an individual. Yes, it is possible to be blessed all round! Usually, most believers notice God’s blessing in certain areas while some other areas are left out. The true mark of God’s tangible presence in your life is that every situation in your life responds positively to His will. Using this standard, can you truly say that God is with you? When people observe the presence of God in a man, they will like to draw close to him. People like to associate with the rich, influential and successful people. Although Joseph entered Potiphar’s house as a slave, yet his master later became proud to be associated with him. This year, the presence of God upon your life will cause men and women, friends and foes to take pleasure in associating with you.


Oh Lord! If truly You are with me, let me move forward in every areas of my life.

Bible in one year: Job 32-34

Open Heavens Devotional: TRULY BLESSED? – Wednesday 17 August 2011

By Pastor E.A. Adeboye


MEMORIZE: “Let them shout for joy, and be glad, that favour my righteous cause: yea, let them say continually, Let the LORD be magnified, which hath pleasure in the prosperity of his servant.” (Ps. 35:27).

READ: Luke 5:1-7

There are different categories of blessings, depending on their sizes and how enduring they can be. Some blessings are barely enough for the recipient, while some are so much that it would take the assistance of neighbours to carry them. There are also boat-sinking blessings like the one Peter experienced in today’s reading. May you experience a boat-sinking catch of God’s blessings this season in Jesus name.

Taking a look at the spectrum of wealth, there are several possibilities. At the lowest rung is the category of the poor. These have needs and wants just like everyone else but can barely afford to meet them. They may not have what to eat or what to wear. They may also not have shelter over their heads, and as such may look for somewhere to sleep—under overhead bridges, bus-stops and in open. The Scriptures say that no matter what happens, this category will always coexist with the rich. May your name be relocated from this category of the poor to the highest rung in Jesus name. The next level is the category of survivors. In a city like Lagos, they are tagged ‘Book me down’. They may be engaged in some job but due to insufficient wages, their money would be spent before the middle of the month. As a survival strategy, they will go to buy foodstuffs on credit and ask the seller to list their names among debtors. The survivors live from hand to mouth. Are you in this category? A positive change is coming your way this season!

The next level on the spectrum on wealth is the comfortable. These people’s income and salaries conveniently meet their monthly needs, and a little left over which they can save. You may think that all is well with them until they have a crisis. At such times, they should spend their little reserves and then be faced with lack, which demotes them to lower rungs on the spectrum of wealth. Without a moment of crisis, this is not a bad level. But can you prevent an emergency? Nobody can tell when there will be an emergency regarding health breakdown, fire outbreak, natural disasters, or even extended family demands. If you belong to any of the above classes, ask God to take you higher.


Father, this season, move me to the higher levels of the spectrum of wealth and terminate poverty in my life.

Bible in One year: 2 Kgs. 18-22


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