• Liberty Life Center
    God has appointed his church to be the difference not just to make a difference. The spirit of the Lord is with his church, and it is time we stopped vetting his authenticity, we need to just let him move. When the Day of Pentecost came and the disciples received the Holy Ghost in the upper room, the rest of the city was also impacted by his move. The story of Esther when she was being prepared as queen for Ahasuerus points out that she was prepared for six months ahead of meeting the King. She was treated and bathed in exotic fragrances, and of significance was myrrh – which was one of the three gifts Jesus was also presented with at birth. Myrrh is a symbolic fragrance for preservation and revitalization; and that was also used for Esther’s 6-month preparatory phase prior to being shown to the King. Esther however was not just ordained to be the queen, she was appointed and favored by God to fulfill a purpose for the children of Israel who had been secretly condemned to be annihilated. The church has also been called not just to mind its own affairs but to also stand
  • Liberty Life Center
    Wherever believers are, shift happens. When we identify with Peter, then we understand it’s never too late to get back on track because God’s got a bigger picture for our calling. Things are going to change when the church wakes up to what they’re really meant to be – according to God’s intention. Knowing who we are and what our purpose is in Jesus – completes us. Colossians 1:8 emphasizes that the church is completed in Christ; Christ being the head and the church – the rest of his body. The church of the living God therefore functions when we recognize him as the head. When the church is not satisfied by tradition, then they get the fullness of completion in the God-head. We have the divinity’s DNA inside of us, so what can we not do – as believers? We have Christ on the inside of us, so we have the power to shift people’s lives from darkness to light. God has put everything inside of us to be what he wants us to be. We as the church have been ordained to be world changers. However, in order to manifest the wholeness of completion, we have to submit
  • Liberty Life Center
    Jesus came here to destroy every evil work of the enemy that we may be free from death and hell. Jesus also came that we may have life and have it abundantly. God is not a withholder but a giver, and as he is, so are we. We have the ability of God in us, we can heal the sick, raise the dead, calm the seas and do much more according to the power of faith that works in us. In essence, wherever God’s children are, shift is supposed to happen. Acts 3 shared how the disciples manifested the power of miracles in a new shift of their authority when they had received the Holy Spirit. Micah who was a beggar and a cripple at the entrance of the temple also had a shift in his physical state which was a channel of miracle from the disciple’s acts of faith. Wherever the presence of God is, it will draw people’s attention, and at that moment, we should let the attention be drawn to ourselves. At times, people just want God’s presence for a shift but still want their rule, however God is calling the church to shift its mentality into
  • Liberty Life Center
    It was all confusing for Peter and the rest of the disciples when Jesus was taken to be tried and crucified. Despite the fact that he had earlier informed them of the trials to come before the crucifixion, the disciples all struggled with their devotion to the Son of God they knew, who wrought miracles and who taught them as their master. Even Peter, whom flesh and blood never revealed to him who really Christ was, was almost lost in his devotion as well. He did deny Christ, not once, but thrice – literally denouncing Jesus in his spirit, soul and body. However, Peter had to be restored back to his faith, not as a fragile twig but as a solid stone upon which Christ’s church was eventually built. His steps had to be retraced back to Jesus as his first love. When he fixed his gaze back on Jesus, he was reminded of his assignment – to feed His sheep. When we come back to the most high, we’re going to reclaim our identity back. And when we return back to our first love, something amazing often happens – all leading us back to the same Lord – our