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Posted by: | Posted on: December 30, 2015

Do your expectations

To excuse yourself is to accuse yourself! ‘He had not called me for 2 months’ may also means you had not called him for 2 months. Golden wisdom is to break the silence. Fulfill your own part. Be the first to give the gift. He who forgives first is the bravest. It is normal to expect things you deserved from others but it is better and greater to do the expectations to them. Jesus said in Mat 7:12 “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets.”

– adapted from ‘The 12 golden rules of keeping a relationship’ by Emeka Ogbuju

Posted by: | Posted on: December 30, 2015

The Test of Humility

If you do something good to someone and talk about it by yourself as a favour to him or her then you are proud. A truly humble man will never praise himself – Pro 27:2 “Let another man praise thee, and not thine own mouth; a stranger, and not thine own lips.” Allow that man you had helped to testify by himself of how God used you to help him. This will give you respect and honour.

-adapted from ‘The 12 golden rules of keeping a relationship’ by Emeka Ogbuju

Posted by: | Posted on: December 23, 2015

Acts of Love

Let go your pride and act in love.

1. We repent because we love Jesus and want His will in our lives.

2. We follow Jesus because we love Him and want to be with Him all the time.

3. We welcome reproach because Christ suffered for us and we love Him for it.

4. We do good works because we want others to glorify God and to love Christ as we do.

5. We love God’s Law, because it is God’s loving instructions to us. Read More …

Posted by: | Posted on: December 23, 2015

The season and the gift

A gift ignites a prayer. Its my personal discovery. Once you give a gift to someone, watch the responses –  ‘oh thank you’, ‘God bless you’, ‘may greater ones come to you ooh’, ‘others will remember you ooh’, ‘you will never lack in Jesus name’ etc… So, I have discovered that the easiest way to receive prayers, good wishes and blessings is to give a gift – a gift ignites a prayer!

A gift ignites a smile. Medical doctors agree that smile is the greatest medicine both to the soul and the body. Anytime I give a gift, I have seen that the recipient always smiles and in return I smile too. There’s a connection between a gift and a smile. So, I have discovered that giving a gift as good as giving a smile – the greatest medicine. Give it to someone this season.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2016

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Posted by: | Posted on: August 21, 2015

Testimonies from our Lovelift WhatsApp Group

lovelift1I heard about Lovelift online and I requested to join. Truly I have never regretted joining. Lovelift had taught me a lot about patience and prayer. I had learned love as never before. The change is evident in my relationship. Thank you to Rev and to all the teachers in the group.
Bro. E.E

Lovelift has taught me a lot about life itself. Without lovelift, the development of love, care, endurance and every other fruits of love would have been impossible for me. Lovelift are the windows of relationship “light” as the poet said “erected in the sea of time”. Lovelift is my teacher, my companion, my family, my role model. Above all, lovelift is the banker of the TREASURES in my heart.
Princess Ann Onimisi

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