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Word Practitioner

Word Practitioner

Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, let our hearts be captured in one Spirit as we feast on your Word and are transformed from glory to glory by your Spirit in Jesus name, Amen.

We’ll admit as Christian’s that, life in general initially is a spiritual profession but often wonder how it relates to and impacts our individual worlds either for good or evil. We have often asked ourselves, how can a young person be gainfully engaged in this life and yet cleanse his ways in this crooked and perverse generation, having escaped the corruption and decay that is in this worldly system? Is there hope and remedy for the down trodden, cast down and defeated in the affairs of this life on earth? Yes, there is! David said “the Word of God is a lamp to my feet and a light unto my path”.

A diligent search through the holy scriptures reveal time without number, how men and women of faith, in spite of their earthly limitation or challenges subdued kingdoms, cities, nations, wrought righteousness, obtained promises, were made rich and wealthy in silver and in gold, became architects of God’s plans, stopped the mouths of lions, quenched the violence of fire, escaped the edge of swords, out of weakness were made strong, waxed valiant in fight, turned to flight the armies of aliens, received their dead raised to life again. But how did they achieve this impeccable results? They were essentially “Word Practitioners”. As a people called by God, His Words to them (both spoken and written) was first and foremost their daily profession or occupation.

We have often wondered, what is the business or profession of God?

It’s so amazing but we may not have noticed that, the different compilation of scriptures point to God’s number one profession or occupation as His Word. From Genesis to Revelation, He has been in the business of building and crafting His Word in Heaven and in the lives of men and women here on Earth. God is in the business of His word. Ironically, that is in summary the only profession He gave to all of mankind to be fruitful, multiply and replenish the earth. This is because, words are the only basic units (fabric and foundation) of life. They are the only route, bridge (conveyer belt) between the spiritual and the physical or material world. I dare say that God will do nothing without His Word. It is impossible to separate God from His word. Psa 107:19 They cry unto the LORD in their trouble, and he saved them out of their distresses. He sent His word, and healed them, and delivered them from their destructions. God’s only means of deliverance is through His Word because that is His primary profession or occupation. All the fierce battles fought in the bible which involved God was won or lost based on the word of God or the lack of it. They were not won predominantly by strategies nor superior weapons nor the size of their armies. God’s word gave them mastery and victory in battles.

John been filled and inspired by the Spirit comes as the closest to describing this truth by writing in the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God. The Word of God became flesh, dwelt and worked among us and through Him salvation was delivered. As it relates to God and His profession so does it apply to us in this life. In Proverbs 18:20-21 A man’s belly shall be satisfied with the fruit of his mouth; and with the increase of his lips shall he be filled.  Life and death are in the power of the tongue and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof, but I really love the way the message translation puts it. Words satisfy the mind as much as fruit does the stomach; good talk is as gratifying as a good harvest. Words kill, words give life; they’re either poison or fruit, you choose. God deliberately and purposefully gave us His word to dominate, subdue and replenish the earth because without the word of God was not anything made that was made.

We often get it twisted when we talk about spirits but Jesus defined it simply and explicitly, in John 6:63 It is the spirit that quickens; the flesh profits nothing the words that I speak unto you, are spirit, and are life. An insight into this revelation opens up a lot of cumber worms in simplifying the complex. As becoming Word Practitioners, we need to know that, words are spirits and therefore spirts are made of words, which is why you must take heed what words we hear and meditate on. Also the choice of words we say with our mouths as confessions and the kind of words we watch with our eyes forming our thoughts and imaginative minds. All men with the exception of none, even in their pursuit of life goals rise or fall on this without a shadow of doubt. In case you have any doubts check James 3:2 in many things we all offend (sin) but if a man offends not in words, the same is a perfect (complete, successful, prosperous) man able to control and direct his entire life. So you will see clearly we are collectively and individually a make-up of words. By your words, you shall be justified and by your words you shall be condemned. Your life will navigate towards where your mouth goes.

Let’s get more practical here, the books you have been reading, the kind of music you have been listening to, the movies you watch, the kind of news you listen to and the overall conversations, you have been participating are not merely physical activities but very spiritual. Brothers and sisters that is where the real spiritual attacks and bewitchments take place and is by far more dangerous than the use of shrines. This is what affects even the dreams we have at bedtime. That is the determining factor why our lives are the way they are. Whether we find ourselves in lack or abundance, whether we find ourselves in poverty or prosperity, whether we find ourselves in sickness or health, whether we find ourselves in fear or love, whether we find ourselves in despair or in hope are all the result of the kind and quality of words (spirits) we have been fellowshipping with. This is a good place to ask yourself, what kind of spirits (words) have I been fellowshipping with? Jeremiah had said something striking in Jer 15:16 Thy words were found, and I did eat them; and thy word was unto me the joy and rejoicing of mine heart. It’s time to stop starving yourself of God’s delicious food and start feasting on His word. Do you realize that is what we do speaking to ourselves in psalm, hymns and spiritual songs? You can call it prayer or worship but essentially we are having a spiritual fellowship with God through words.

Heb 4:12-13 For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Neither is there any creature that is not manifest in his sight: but all things are naked and opened unto the eyes of Him (the Word) with whom we have to DO. I hope you saw that “with whom we have to do”. All our walk with God by faith and by the spirit is summed up through the Word of God as practitioners. This is what made Abraham the father of many nations, this is what made Moses a deliverer of Israel, this what took Joseph from prison to become the Prime Minister of Egypt, this is what made David king from being a shepherd boy in the wilderness. The only way to know God’s love and grace is through His Word.

The good news is when we give ourselves completely to the Word of God, we can easily change any situation we don’t want and recreate our own world of success and prosperity. It’s never late with God to cause any change using His Word. I charge you therefore as poets of God by the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, to commend yourselves especially to the Word of His Grace (thus the Profession of God) which is able to build you up and to give you an inheritance.

Min Chris Nyavor

The Wireless Church


The Gift of God

The Gift Of God

“If thou knew (considered, perceived and was aware of) the Gift of God” (John 4:10a); Those were the very words of Jesus Christ to the Samaritan woman at the well. If we can pause for 30 seconds, reflecting and pondering, on these very words of Jesus to us, the Gift of God, the Gift of God, the Gift of God! This is such an important reality that has eluded us for too long, without which we fall into the religion of men. As we fellowship with the Father in spirit and in truth, I pray earnestly our spirits captures and nourishes on the Gift of God so much so that, our very beings respond to these living words.

Born and buttered in the religion of self-effort, we primarily and forcefully teach on what we could do for God or give to God either to be accepted by Him or to please Him and not the other way round which is what He has done for us or given to us. In view of the un-regenerated fallen spirits of the old testament, their narrative was much more about, what to give and how much to give to God. They missed the whole point why the LAWS, PROPHETS and KINGS kept talking about giving and sacrifices as much as we also do today. God (our Father) is more concerned about what He has done for us rather than what we can do for Him. All of the numerous types, shapes and shadows of giving as required by the law were but a mere figure (no substance) pointing to God’s ultimate gift to us saying specifically in psalm 40:6, sacrifices and offering the Lord doesn’t desire, gifts and sin-offerings; surprisingly David said that is not what You (God) are after or desire. But rather, Jesus Himself said for God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son (the Gift of God) that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. We have been too concerned, wearied and burdened with what we can give God but God is saying “if thou knowest the Gift of God” you will not be worried.

A gift is simply defined as something given voluntarily without payment in return or acquired without being sought or earned by the receiver. (Kindly read and study carefully the definition again.) Looking at the definition again, “if thou knowest the Gift of God” God as our Father is not in the business of selling anything to us as we may falsely assume but rather He is into the love of giving to us all things that pertain to life and godliness. His free gift doesn’t come with strings attached. We need to outgrow (as soon as possible) the mindset of trying to score points with God, looking at how much we have done or sacrificed for God. Self-accomplishments are nothing short of self-righteousness before God, which He has said are like filthy rugs before Him.

Knowing and being conscious of the Gift of God, it is so surprising, why we want to rather buy and pay with our own deeds or money what He (God) has eternally chosen to be given to us as the free Gift of God. If not for religion and the traditions of men, not forgetting what Jesus said to his disciples, freely you have received, so freely give. It is astonishing today, how the traditions of men have burdened and enslaved the minds of people to the extent that, people want to sell and others want to buy the anointing of God, buy the power of God, not to talk of healing and prosperity. Respectfully, it must be said that our Father in relating and fellowshipping with us is not in a buy and sell business because, “If thou knowest the Gift of God”, nobody truly pays for a gift or else it ceases to be gift but instead it becomes wages earned or paid (worked) for. Perhaps, we should not be surprised because, as it was in the days of the Apostles, so it is in our days. In Act 8:13,18-20, Simon (a newly converted sorcerer) himself believed also: and when he was baptized, he continued with Philip, and wondered, beholding the miracles and signs which were done. And when Simon saw that through laying of the apostles’ hands the Holy Ghost was given, he offered them money, Saying, give me also this power, that on whomsoever I lay hands, he may receive the Holy Ghost. But Peter said unto him, thy money perishes with thee, because thou hast thought that the Gift of God may be purchased with money. Peter went on and said his heart was not right with God, he was in the poison of bitterness and bond of iniquity, to even consider and think of such a thing about the Gift of God. We ought to examine our hearts and conscience, in case we are trading and bargaining with God, using either money or even Christian activities to sum it all up in exchange to gain favors and opportunities with God (our Father). For the times of ignorance God has winked at and is now calling all men everywhere to repent, thus change and renew their minds.

As it relates to the physical so it is with the spiritual. On earth, the most valuable physical things in life such as the air we breathe, the water we drink, the sunshine, the rain, the vegetation and the rich mineral resources, are all free gifts of nature we never paid for. But giving human beings the opportunity, man will monetize it and ask people to line up in queues to work and pay for each and every one of them.

This reality about the Gift of God is what fuel the life and ministry of Paul and the early Apostles of the Gospel. They knew fully about the Gift of God, so much that, they operated and functioned fully in that Grace, worked miracles, signs and wonders in that awesome Gift of God (the gifts of the Spirit.) They could not do anything without that Gift of God. The emblem of the gospel was canon as the Gift of God, everywhere they went. They counted their very lives, ministry, possessions, and abilities as the Gift of God as they had learnt from Jesus.

It’s entirely legitimate to ask, how do we respond, live and function in that Gift of God? In Rom 5:17b Paul shows us the how, by teaching us that they which RECEIVE, (lambano) abundance of grace and of the gift of righteousness shall reign in life by one, Jesus Christ. Contrasting that with what He also said, to certain disciples in Ephesus “have you received (lambano), the Holy Spirit, since you BELIEVED?”. This answers our question and shows us in believing and receiving by faith the Gift of God, we appropriate fully and functionally the Gift of God as kings reigning in life. (Think about this, believing in God and believing in the Gift of God are not the same Selah!). A gift in its true sense will cost the giver, but not the receiver. This looks too good to be true right, hence that is why it is called the GOSPEL. The total cost of our salvation from start to finish was and is borne by our Heavenly Father. All that is expected of us is to walk in the true light of Colossian 2:6 the same way we received of the Lord, (without paying for it) it’s the same way we walk in Him.

Beloved in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, God is encouraging each and every one of us to rise above just praying and asking, into RECEIVING by FAITH, and in receiving keep believing and receiving and never stopping to receive. Receiving in completeness, the fullness of God, the power of the Spirit, the ability of God to do all things, the gift of life and righteousness. Remember what Jesus said, “if thou knowest the Gift of God”. Someone may ask, is that all there is to the gift? Emphatically and absolutely YES! that is why it is called the free Gift of God with no strings attached. For the Gift of God, the only thing you can do is to receive it and acknowledge it (nothing more nothing less). For you shall receive power after the Holy Ghost has come upon you and of His fullness have we all receive grace for grace.

Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, we thank you for the Gift of God given to us in Christ Jesus. We receive abundantly your Gift and gifting in every facet of our lives to rule and reign in this world and to constantly demonstrate that Gift which you have given us to all men. That they may know You, the only true God and partake of your free Gift to all humanity, world without end. For by grace have we been saved through faith and that not of ourselves, it is the Gift of God not of works, lest any of us should boast.

Min Chris Nyavor

The Wireless Church


The Fatherhood of God

The Fatherhood of God
The Fatherhood of God
I pray, our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus, fully grasp and participate in this knowledge of the fatherhood of God. For many years, sadly I was like the Pharisees and the Sadducees, zealously trying hard to conceptualize every topic and message in the Word of God, until I encountered the ever Living Word. We all need to realize, the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ is more than, a topic or a subject to be discussed or shared. It’s a fellowship with real LIFE, which is worth LIVING. John couldn’t have said it, any better than “What we have seen and heard, we are telling you, so that you too may realize and enjoy fellowship as partners and partakers with us. And this fellowship, that we have, which is a distinguished mark of Christians is with the FATHER and with His Son.” 1 John 1:3

Just to respectfully point out quickly, this is not a piece to prove or otherwise, the concept of trinity as many may want to assume. Prior to the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, there were pockets and pieces of scriptures spread across the old testament dimly foreseeing the Fatherhood in the Godhead. Specifically, Moses, Isaiah, David and Jeremiah were cross-referencing each other on the said issue (Deut 32:6, Isa 63:16, Ps 27:10, Jer 3:19). But with all certainty, it was Jesus who had the audacity to crystalize God as His Father. The Fatherhood of God is one of the pivotal aspect of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. This insight into the Godhead was too good to be true in His days. In no missing words, firstly, Jesus called God his FATHER, showing us God is more than just God and creator of the universe. God was His Heavenly Father. Secondly, the Godhead was hatching an ultimate plan in fathering and parenting many more sons unto glory. This was a freshly baked and hot revelation, that none of the religious rulers ever saw eye to eye with or could comprehend. Jesus heralded, the dawning of a new relationship (family) in the Godhead.

The richness of this knowledge of God, as His Father in Heaven guided His relationship with the deepest fellowship that produced faith, hope and love everywhere He went. His approach towards God was very personal and was functioning at the very heartbeat (bosom) of His Father. He was not trying so hard to “mechanize” a relationship with God as the religious traditions of his days will have Him do. There was just a natural flow of LIFE, which He practically lived and revealed to us. This single piece of revelation we see here, influenced the manner in which He (Jesus) prayed ((our Father who at in Heaven) and viewed worship (the hour is coming where the true worshippers will worship “not God” but rather the Father, in spirit and in truth)), leading largely to the impacts and results in His life. Drawing from the following, the focal point in all our prayers and worship is our Father.

Beloved, this I say, is a big game changer because, Jesus said, “I do nothing except what I see my father does”. It’s worth repeating again and again because, prior to the revealing of Jesus as the messiah, no one was healing the sick, casting out devils, raising the dead, turning water into wine, multiplying food, preaching and teaching the love of God at the market square and on the street corners, sharing God’s love and forgiveness (not God’s judgement and wrath) at such a phenomenal rate, just to mention a few. He was displaying to humanity what was the Father’s response to fallen life situation (the decay in the world). He said “if you have seen me you have seen the Father”. This was the secret to living the LIFE of God to the max with tangible proofs, He was simply mirroring His Father. In as much as, the following are essentials to our personal walk with God, it wasn’t so much, about the amount of time He prayed or how erudite He was in cramming the scrolls (bible) in His time, neither was it His influence and power over people, as much as it was about acknowledging God as His Heavenly Father (His Life Source). He said “the works that I do, my Father that dwells in me, He performs the works and I only do what my Father does”.

There is no controversy, this knowledge of the FATHERHOOD of GOD has been transmitted successfully unto us, to practically live with, relationally and in fellowship, by our Lord Jesus Christ Himself. Brothers and sisters, this should transform our perspective and response with or to God. Undoubtedly, seeing God as our father washes away the stress, struggles and agonies (burdens) especially carried in and out of prayer (prayer henceforth should become our delightsome joy and peace.) We need to acknowledge that our Father is far more willing to freely answer even our deepest desires and imaginations than our ability to ask Him for anything. Beloved, I want to invite us, as believers to fully trust in our Heavenly Father’s unconditional love. It’s beautiful knowing that He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things? Can we, right now, right here, begin to believe our Father, to lavishly surprise us with His extravagant gifts (goodies) beyond our wildest imaginations and dreams, far more than we can ask or think? Can we stop the anxiety, the worrying, the murmuring and complaint and allow God to father us in every facet of our daily lives? God is yearning to father us all completely with His loving kindness. John said “what manner of love, has the Father bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God”.

Jesse Duplantis in ministering the word of God, told a story of himself and his granddaughter, in relating to this. He postures and poses the question, how come, we Christian’s have to ask, plead, literally beg, weep, cry, bombard the gates of Heaven, pull down strongholds, bind demons for our Heavenly Father to do ONE good thing for us? If he Jesse been a grandfather, goes all out to buy good gifts, for his granddaughter, who has not even requested or asked for anything, but because of his love for his granddaughter, he has decided to surprise her by lavishing good gifts on her, how much more our Heavenly Father. “If we been evil, know how to give our children good gifts, how much more shall your Father which is in Heaven give good things to them that ask him?” Matt 7:11. It’s time to just trust our Father to be the Father, He is willing to be in our daily lives.

Our very reputable Greek scholars in the bible concordance, have told us, what the meaning of the word FATHER is (3962 patḗr – father; one who imparts life and is committed to it.) This is brilliant, because the very thought of the word, the fatherhood of God, should remind or resonate with us about the LIFE we have received from God, as our Father who imparts life. It’s no surprise now, why Jesus will say “For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself” John 5:26. The progenitor or origin and source of LIFE.

You would have carefully noticed also that besides Jesus who always refers to God as His Father, when He was personally praying or teaching His disciples to pray, the living epistles written by the Apostles, did something remarkable with this revelation. All the epistles, took deliberate time to consciously introduce the fatherhood of God in their cutting edge opening statements of the gospel. If you haven’t noticed, kindly take time to study it for yourself. You will be amazed at the consciousness with which they (the Apostles) wrote and related with the Fatherhood of God.

My favorite of all these scriptures in the epistles is found in Eph 3:14-15, you will enjoy it too – For this cause, I bow my knees unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, of whom the whole family in Heaven and earth is NAMED. (Reading this scripture – Oh!!!! there is a shout of a king in my spirit) 

Come with me as we carefully open and feast on Paul’s prayer right here.

It’s stimulating to realize that God is fathering a family in Heaven and on earth, of which you and I were very much born into when we were born again. What is particular about this family? This family tree is huge, fully packed and monstrous to say the least. Right at the top of this family tree is our own brother, Jesus, the first begotten of the Father (No wonder, Hebrews 2:11 says, both the one who makes people holy and those who are made holy are of the same family. So Jesus is not ashamed to call them brothers and sisters). Not to mention, the great Apostles in the book of Acts, along with our old testament believers and in our recent church history, the men and women of faith who walked this earth and wrought righteousness. Paul calls this, the whole family in Heaven and on earth. Yes, indeed it’s a rich family of God that you and I are part of in Heaven and on earth. I can understand, spiritually why and how Moses and Elisha could appear to Jesus at the mount of transfiguration while He was praying in Matthew 17. I doubt if that was the first time or the last time such a thing had happened. It’s clearer now, how Paul could be caught up into the third Heavens to participate in divine discourse. Henceforth, we too can have our own prayers of transfiguration, with Jesus and any of our family members present, as we deem fit, GLORY to GOD as we dine with our family members in divine spiritual fellowship (either in bible studies, prayer, worship or meditation). Beloved prayer is now a spiritual family gathering, where all the stewards of faith can be present, Hallelujah! You can invite anyone in the family as much as you can also be invited.

As a family in the Godhead, we all have the same access to our father in His name. In the old testament, a selected few had the monopoly through which you could gain access to God, but fasting forward into the new testament, because of the Fatherhood of God, we all as sons have direct access by one spirit unto the Father. Buddies and sweethearts, the monopoly people use to enjoy in the old testament in accessing God has been broken. For by Him we both have access by one Spirit unto the Father Eph 2:18.

Time will fail us in looking at all that the word of God teaches concerning our Father, except to say I trust, you will diligently do a personal studies, ponder and meditate on this revelation for a far richer experience with the Fatherhood of God.

Finally, in as much as our Father is more than willing to foster a flourishing relationship with each and every one of His sons, we all should take individual interest in receiving by faith to fellowship with the Fatherhood of God, to get to know Him for ourselves. It’s only in the Fatherhood of God, that we can understand and relate positively with the unconditional Love of the Father, His unending mercies, His willingness to provide for us far above our ability to ask.

Thank you.

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Min. Chris Nyavor

The Wireless Church


Identity Crisis

I can understand and appreciate the level of help psychology and philosophy offers to people to solve the pressing dissatisfactions in lives all around the world. Notwithstanding all of its help, it fails to satisfy the quest, hunger and emptiness in man. We need to realize that all of man’s effort is meaningless without the CHRIST JESUS factor. Thus by no means RELIGION but rather the REALITY of LIFE.

Jesus told us “come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest, learn of me, for my yoke is easy and my burden is light. He also said, I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.

The fall of man presented an identity crisis. Ever since the fall of man, the fallen human race has adopted a foreign identity that has kept us in bondage, subject to the things of this world, mostly fear and death. Adam and Eve’s first deficiency after they sinned, was an Identity Crisis.

In Gen 3, they heard the sound of the LORD God walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and the man and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the LORD God among the trees of the garden. Then the LORD God called to the man, and said to him, “Where are you?”…

Let’s pause and listen to Adams response to God; Adam said, ” I heard the sound of YOU in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid myself.” And God said, “Who told you that you were naked?

This was where, the Spirit of God began to commune with me.

  1. Who told you that you are sick and poor?
  2. Who told you that you had failed in your pursuit of life and purpose?
  3. Who told you that you have a generational curse?
  4. Who told you that you can never be forgiven again?
  5. Who told you that this is the end of your life?
  6. Who told you that you are all alone?
  7. Who told you that you will die?

Have you been listening to the words that I commanded you not to listen? (Have you eaten from the tree of which I commanded you not to eat?”) These words came to me like fire burning in my heart. Whose report (news) have we believed? The one that says, you don’t have any money in your bank account or the one that says God is able to do (not according to our bank account) but exceeding, abundantly above all we could ever ask or think, according to the power that works in us. Do you believe the human system of measurement that tested and concluded, you have failed or rather believe the word of God that says you are the heard and not the tail?

The word of the Lord came to me saying, there is a vital spiritual war going on every single day of our Christian walk of faith. As it was in the days of old, when cities, nations and kingdoms were conquered by the use of physical armories and swords. In this present day, spiritual wars, are been fought predominately by the use of print and digital media (TV, Radio, Social Media, books and articles etc) to change the original identity of men and women of faith. It’s a battle of WORDS, and remember that words are spiritual. Guard your ears, eyes and heart with all diligence. By your words you will be justified and by your own words you will be condemned.

We must responsibly fight the good fight of faith by actively producing relevant, productive Christian content and materials armed and ready to combat the forces of evil both print and digital media (TV, Radio, Social Media, books and articles etc) through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. For it is the POWER of GOD unto Salvation, because therein is the righteousness (the rightness) of God revealed. We must not forget for a second who we are in Christ Jesus least the devil beguiles us like he did in the beginning:

  1. We are the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus.
  2. Jesus became poor that we might be made rich.
  3. We are the new creation, a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation.
  4. Christ in us the hope of glory
  5. If God be for us who can be against us.
  6. What can separate us from the Love of Christ?…… we are more than conquers.
  7. We are the light and the salt of the world.

We must not lose focus of our true identity like the first Adam did and was defeated in that all important spiritual battle that for many generations had affected his offspring but, thank God for the coming of Jesus Christ the second and last Adam. As many as believed in HIM to them he gave the right to become the sons of God, which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God. Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which lives and abides forever.

How can we have a generational curse when we were born not of blood, nor by the will of man BUT of GOD and by the incorruptible word of God? It’s a wrong identity, we need to reject it entirely and rather accept our generational blessing knowing that we are the seed of Abraham and heirs according to the promise. Beloved, NOW are we the sons of GOD.

How can we believe that God can put sickness and deceases on us to teach us a lesson, when He has clearly stated that “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “good plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future?

When the earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof, the world and they that dwell there in, so how did we as a church accept the identity of being “as poor as a church mouse.”

Jesus said “we would receive power after that the Holy Ghost is come upon us” so why are we so much afraid of the devil and furthermore to exercise our authority in Christ.

These and many more are so because we have lost focus of our true identity in Christ. That identity shows us that everything is possible to him that believes. We must keep looking unto JESUS, (not unto the fallen man) the author and the finisher of our faith.


Here I am, another regular evening after work, listening to Curry Blake, in one of his several audio messages and getting all stirred up in the spirit as my custom is. He always says “the truth will set you free but first, it will make you mad”. It was as though a lightening bow had struck me, when he said. The greatest deliverance you can ever receive is to be delivered from yourself. Topping it up to say “the reason why you feel insulted by someone is because you are full of yourself.” My ears were hearing even more than he was saying because the Holy Spirit began to whisper more. In a split second, all the dots begun to connect, because I realised, that’s the reason: we are not able to walk in the power of the Spirit, our marriages and any other relationships are not working and the root cause of all our spiritual failures.

I pray the eyes of our understanding are enlighten to fully grasp what am about to share on the greatest enemy today, called SELF. “He (Jesus) must increase that I might decrease” says John the Baptist. In Galatians 2:20  I have been crucified with Christ [that is, in Him I have shared His crucifixion]; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body I live by faith [by adhering to, relying on, and completely trusting] in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself up for me. Predominately we are taught to discover ourselves (our purpose, our destiny, or your ministry) in order to be successful in life. As much as I agree with this teaching to a large extent, if it is left alone, (without Christ Jesus) it becomes the single most destructive thing that hinders, limits and ultimately destroys the Christian walk of faith. The very words of Jesus are “without me you can do nothing.” I realised there is such a thing as Christ Identity which is opposite self-identity. There are enough scriptures to attest that we are not ourselves. When Jesus died, we died with Him and our lives are hid in Christ in God.

The Spirit of God constantly reminds us in the new testament of how full, complete and sufficient we are in Christ Jesus, wanting nothing. That fullness and completeness we have has no need or want for more power, more righteousness, more anointing’s, more of the Spirit, to the extent of more of God. These needs arise when we keep assuming a wrong identity, because the focus is unfortunately on US rather than God. Yet, by strength shall no man prevail. The race is not to the swift neither the battle to the strong. The struggle in prayer and fellowship with God is because, we supposedly enter prayer in our own strength. Been boastful of how long we have prayed, our postures and rhythm and tone of voice used in prayer rather than in the name of Jesus. If you care to study and know, the reason why we were told to pray to the father IN the NAME of JESUS. It has all to do with our identity in Christ, it’s not a religious citation at the end of prayer nor a magic word.

Our Christian walk of faith has everything to do with Christ-Identity and absolutely nothing to do with ourselves. With this background and perspective, a few scriptures have taken on a new wave to me and hopefully they will do same to you by the help of the Holy Spirit.

  1. In 2 Cor 2:15 – It’s only our identity in Christ that makes us NEW CREATION
  2. In 1 Cor 6: 17 – Our identity in Christ affirms that we are ONE spirit with the LORD.
  3. Eph 4:24 – It’s in our identity in Christ that after God, we are created in righteousness and true holiness.
  4. 1 Peter 2:9 – In Christ Jesus we are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession.
  5. 1 John 3:1-2 – In Christ Jesus, we are NOW, the sons of God, and when as He is, so are we in this world.
  6. Col 1:27 – Our identity in Chris shows Christ in us the HOPE of Glory.
  7. 2 Peter 1: 4 – We are partakers and sharers of God’s divine nature as seen in Christ.

A thorough understanding of this IMAGE of CHRIST affects our efficiency and effectiveness, in either praying to the father or exercising our authority (let your will be done on earth as it is in heaven) as Jesus did on earth. Jesus said the works that I do, shall you do also, even greater works than these because I go to the father. The key to us walking in the supernatural manifestations of the Spirit is simply knowing our Identity in Christ and from that point acting on the word of God. If we would experience the dynamic power of God in our daily lives, we have come to terms with the experiential knowledge of our identity in Christ Jesus.

Min Chris Nyavor,

The Wireless Church


What God has put together, Let no man put asunder. Part 1



The beautiful sound from the piano, stirred up a lot of emotional memories in my mind not about the past, but rather, the future. That day was the wedding ceremony of my youth pastor and teacher Bro Biscoff as we normally call him. He was such a great inspiration to me as an 18-year-old teenager. I knew the day would come when I also take the stage to be united in marriage.

As I moved around with some friends to help in putting everything together on that day, I took time to see how the pastor officiating the wedding will join them in Holy Matrimony.

These words, were implanted in me from that day, “What God has put together let no man put asunder” Like all of us, we have heard that in almost every wedding ceremony. Theologically we have been taught this verse in Matt 10:9 in relation to how God hates separation in marriage. I knew as a teenager growing up, I will face the reality of that verse one day.

Over ten years up the ladder of life I am at the door of that day. Up until then, all I knew was what someone taught me and the Christian books I read and studied about marriage. It was a stepping stone, but not a full discovery of truth. I knew ” it’s not the truth that someone else knows and shares that makes you free, but rather, it’s the truth YOU know (for yourself) that makes YOU free.


In Genesis, God was the only one to witness Adam call the ONE woman He (God) presented to him (Adam) as a wife (thus Eve). From then on we see them jointed together, inseparable as husband and wife. Carefully sketched as we read on steadily, is how Adam’s, sin affected all of them and the world they were to parent. So we see in marriage, our actions or in actions will have greater compounding effects, either positively or negatively on our relationships.

Marriage, generally as presented in the old testament was perverted after the fall of man later to be corrected in the new testament. We still see in the old testament how marriage is honorable among all things and “he that finds a wife finds a good thing.

The picture of marriage become fully clear as we move away from the shadow of the Old Testament into the reality of the New Testament.

Ephesians 5:31-32 KJV
[31] For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall be joined unto his wife, and they two shall be one flesh. [32] This is a great mystery: but I speak concerning Christ and the church.

This is the crème de la crème, a great mystery. Marriage is a complete reflection of how individually and collectively as a church we are joined to Christ, inseparable, one body, one spirit.  Heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ Jesus. Our Identity is swallowed up by his identity. We have full access to all the divine authority, power and prosperity available in the God-heard and participating in the divine experience.

The more I understood this great mystery, the simpler my Christian walk became. How did I miss this from the beginning?

Yes, I realize the truth in the sermon preached at the marriage ceremony. What God has put together let no man separate. If this is true about the physical marriage, shouldn’t it be more true about our spiritual marriage with Christ? Why do we keep dividing what God has put together? We commonly say, ” my anointing, my gift, my faith, my power, my dreams etc.”. Thus what makes the Christian Life difficult for most of us.

The Divorce Problem

Firstly, we have divorced ourselves from Christ, mainly through ignorance.

We look to our own self accomplishments which are like filthy rugs rather than trusting in what Christ Jesus has accomplished for us by Grace. Rather than discovering my Christ identity, I struggled in search for my self-Identity. This is simply selfishness; Christ Identity is not the same as Self Identity. “I was Crucified with Christ nevertheless I live, but not I, it is Christ that lives in me”. I will never forget when the Spirit of God revealed to me; “the ONLY and GREATEST deliverance anyone needs, is not deliverance from the devil, but rather deliverance from SELF” because the devil has already been defeated. Lots of divine and godly relationships and marriages divorce because two selfish people cannot be united together.

Secondly, As I fellowshipped with the law of Moses thus the Old Covenant, I realised how separated(divorced) I was from God but the Gospel (the Too Good to be True) in the New Covenant reveals to me how Christ has broken down the middle wall that separated me from the Father. By one Spirit have we all be baptized (submerged) into Christ. There are those who through ignorance still preach today a distance God, an angry and judgmental God who is counting our sins. The truth is seen especially in what Jesus told the disciples in his concluding statements, thus, He and the Father, will come and make their home (dwelling place) in us through the agency of the Holy Spirit. He said He will never leave us nor forsake us. He loves us enough to forgive us, correct and guide us. God was in Christ Jesus reconciling the world to himself not counting or inputting our sins against us.

Finally, we are all a reflection of the perceived image we have of God to our spouses, children, friends, colleagues and love ones. A negative image about God thus unforgiving, angry, judgmental and repulsive towards sin, will affect the way we treat others. The vice versa is true as well, when we have a positive image about God. It influences the way we are forgiving, generous, patient, faithful and loving.

Remember, what God has put together, let no man put asunder.

I specially invite you to connect with me here at the “Jesus Café ” with your inspired comments, discussions questions  as we fellowship and share at #wirelesschurch                                                                                                                                                            marriage 1


  • Everything that is natural was once spiritual.”the words that I speak on to you, they are spirit and life”
  • God was not created because of man. Man was created because of God
  • Its the fruit of the spirit not the fruits of the spirit.
  • There is faith as a gift and faith as a fruit
  • Fear, unbelief, doubt, selfishness is the result of not fully trusting love of God
  • We have rarely taught about the Holy Ghost as a Love Person but thus who He is.
  • God doesn’t love givers, He loves a Cheerful Giver.
  • Love is not been lazy but rather responsible
  • Faith doesn’t move God, it only moves us to action.
  • The cornerstone of all positive revelation hugs on thing “the Love of God”
  • Love has two legs, two hands, two eyes, to ears thus faith and hope.
  • When you die to self, you don’t feel insulted.

renewal of mind

Beware of Prophetic – Spiritual Directions ?

Kenneth Hagin
Kenneth Hagin
chris Nyavor
Chris Nyavor

Today, Kenneth Hagin of blessed memories, who has renewed my mind through the spirit shares with us a simple truth, that many having ignored have destroyed their lives.

Paul, speaking to the elders of the church at Ephesus in his farewell message, said, “And now, behold, I go bound in the spirit unto Jerusalem, not knowing the things that shall befall me there: Save that the Holy Ghost witnesseth in every city, saying that bonds and afflictions abide me” (Acts 20:22,23).

Then in chapter 21, while on his journey Paul landed at Tyre where the ship was to be unladen. Luke, the writer of Acts, was with Paul. He wrote, “And finding disciples, we tarried there seven days: who said to Paul through the Spirit, that he should not go up to Jerusalem” (v.4).

Paul continued on his journey:

ACTS 21:8-14

8 And the next day we that were of Paul’s company departed, and came unto Caesarea: and we entered into the house of Philip the evangelist, which was one of the seven; and abode with him.

9 And the same man had four daughters, virgins, which did prophesy.

10 And as we tarried there many days, there came down from Judaea a certain prophet, named Agabus.

11 And when he was come unto us, he took Paul’s girdle, and bound his own hands and feet, and said, Thus saith the Holy Ghost, So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man that owneth this girdle, and shall deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles

12 And when we heard these things, both we, and they of that place, besought him not to go up to Jerusalem.

13 Then Paul answered, What mean ye to weep and to break mine heart? for I am ready not to be bound only, but also to die at Jerusalem for the name of the Lord Jesus.

14 And when he would not be persuaded, we ceased, saying, The will of the Lord be done.

Some have thought that Paul missed it. However, when Paul did go up to Jerusalem and was arrested, Jesus stood by Paul in the night. He appeared to him in a vision. He did not rebuke Paul. Jesus did not tell Paul that he had missed it. He said, “… Be of good cheer, Paul: for as thou hast testified of me in Jerusalem, so must thou bear witness also at Rome” (Acts 23:11).

No, Paul did not miss it. What God was doing was preparing Paul for what was ahead of him.

Notice that we have two different things operating here: (1) the gift of prophecy; (2) the ministry of the prophet. They are different. They are not the same. It is a mistake to confuse the two, yet this is often done.

The fact that one prophesies does not make him a prophet. The Word of God plainly teaches that everyone should desire to prophesy (1 Cor. 14:1). However, if just prophesying made you a prophet, then it would seem that the Lord was saying that everyone should desire to be a prophet. Yet Paul asked, “Are all apostles? are all prophets?…” (1 Cor. 12:29). The answer is no. Since all could not be prophets, God would not tell us to seek something we could not have.

The simple gift of prophecy is speaking unto men to edification and exhortation and comfort

Prophecy is a supernatural utterance in a known tongue—your own tongue. (Speaking in tongues is supernatural utterance in an unknown tongue—a tongue unknown to you.) Prophecy can be used in prayer, as well as tongues.

Sometimes when you are prophesying, it seems as if there are two of you. It seems to me as if I am standing right beside myself. You see, it is coming from my inward man where the Spirit of God who is prophesying abides. I listen with my natural ears to see what He said.

The Office of the Prophet

There is the office of the prophet. Without going into detail about it, we will touch the office of the prophet briefly concerning guidance. For one to be a prophet, he stands in that office and uses that ministry. Other spiritual gifts besides prophecy must operate in his ministry. The simple gift of prophecy, as we have said, is for speaking unto men for edification, and exhortation, and comfort. In this simple gift of prophecy there is no foretelling—no prediction whatsoever. However, in the ministry of the prophet there is foretelling and prediction. A prophet has the revelation gifts (the word of wisdom, the word of knowledge, and/or the discerning of spirits) in operation along with prophecy.

It is important to realize that spiritual things can be misused just as natural things can be misused. Some folks have never realized that. They think that just because it is spiritual, it has to be perfect—that it cannot be misused.

I have known people who were at one time wealthy who are now bankrupt because they listened to someone prophesy how to invest their money.

I remember a dear man who was in one of my meetings. I knew who he was, but I didn’t really know him. I did not know that he would never make a business deal without calling a so-called “prophet” to prophesy to him what to do.

I said to him, “I seem to be impressed to say this to you. You are going to lose everything you have and go bankrupt if you keep listening to whoever is advising you.”

He didn’t listen. The poor fellow, who was very wealthy, lost his home and everything he had. I have seen this happen not just one time, but many times.

I have seen ministers who have lost their ministries because of wrong prophecies.

You have to judge prophecies by the Word of God. If prophecy is not in line with the Word of God, it is not right.

Secondly, you have to judge personal prophecies by what you have in your own spirit. If you do not have something in your own spirit, do not accept a personal prophecy.

For years I have traveled extensively in the ministry. Everywhere I go there is always someone who has a “word” from the Lord for me—sometimes two or three. In all these years only one or two of them have been correct.

Do not build your life on prophecies. Do not guide your life by prophecies. Build your life on the Word! Let those other things be secondary. Put the Word of God first!

People sometimes say, “Well, if God is doing it, it has to be all right.”

You have to realize that it isn’t exactly God doing it. It is men prophesying under the inspiration of the Spirit of God. Anything that man has to do with, is not perfect.

Spirit of God is perfect. The gifts of the Spirit in themselves are perfect. But they certainly are not always perfect in manifestation, because they are manifested through imperfect vessels. This is the reason prophecy and tongues with interpretation need to be judged by the Word.

1 CORINTHIANS 14:29,30

29 Let the prophets speak two or three, and let the other judge.

30 If any thing be revealed to another that sitteth by, let the first hold his peace.

“Let the prophets speak….” The Bible is talking about prophets here—not just anyone who prophesies. Do not accept something just because a prophet said it. It is to be judged according to the Bible. We do not judge people. We judge what was said.

Now notice verse 30. “If any thing be revealed to another [prophet]….” Prophets have revelations. Others might occasionally, but prophets have a ministry along this line.


32 And the spirits of the prophets are subject to the prophets.

Some have said, “God made me do that. I couldn’t help but say that.” The spirits of the prophets are subject to the prophets. That means a person does not have to say it. It comes out of his spirit. It is subject to him. The gift of tongues, the interpretation of tongues, and prophecy operate under the unction of the Spirit. And it might be that God through these methods would give us a word of knowledge, a word of wisdom, or revelation as we need it. But we initiate the operation of prophecy. We initiate the  

operation of tongues and interpretation. We are the ones who have to speak it out.

Many times when the Spirit of God is moving, anyone who can prophesy could do so—but that does not mean one should. Also, when the Spirit is in manifestation, anyone who is used in the ministry gift of tongues and interpretation could speak—but that does not mean he should. Have that unction of the Spirit to do it—otherwise just sit there and let God move through someone else who has it.

I held a seven-week meeting in a church years ago. Every single night about the same time, at the same spot in the service, just as they got ready to pass the offering plates, this woman got up and spoke with tongues. She said the same thing in tongues every night. After a while I could have said the same things she said. If no one else would interpret it, she would. It was like someone poured cold water over the crowd. It deadened the service.

The pastor asked me to teach the auditorium class one Sunday morning when he had to be out of town. This was unusual—but I finished before the bell rang. One of the deacons said, “Brother Hagin, may I ask a question?”

“Well, yes,” I said. I thought it would be in line with the lesson.

He said, “When messages in tongues with interpretation are given in public assembly, shouldn’t they be a blessing to the congregation? Should it kill the service?”

That dear woman was sitting right in front of me.

I said, “That is beside the lesson. I’d rather not get into that right now.”

But others, some of the leaders of the church, said,

“Brother Hagin, we ought to answer that.”

So I said, “If it is in the Spirit, it will lift the service high. It will not push it down.”

That woman was intelligent enough to catch on to that. She came to me and said, “I have been wrong, haven’t I?”

I said, “Yes ma’am, you have.”

She said, “I thought so all the time. There was a witness on the inside of me that knew that. But I wanted to be used of God. I am going to stop that.”

I said, “Thank you. You are a real blessing to the church.”

Others might have gotten angry about it saying, “They won’t allow God to move.”

Sometimes folks do speak out, like this woman, without the unction of the Spirit. This does not do away with the fact that her tongues were real. However, they were in imperfect operation. They were misused.

I admonish people to be very careful about personal prophecies. So many lives have been shipwrecked and ruined by not being careful regarding personal prophecy. Don’t marry someone because someone prophesied you should. I have seen many such so-called “prophecies” through the years. I have never seen one of those marriages work out yet. Homes have been broken up by so-called prophecies.

Also, don’t go into the ministry because somebody prophesied you should. Get it on the inside of you for yourself. Then if a prophecy confirms what you already have, that’s all right. Jesus said to me when He appeared in that vision in 1959, “If the prophecy confirms what you already have, accept it. If it does not, don’t accept it.”

The Holy Ghost said, “Separate me Barnabas and Saul for the work whereunto I have called them” (Acts 13:2). He had already called them. This was just a confirmation of it.

In the last church I pastored there was a certain young person who was beautiful spiritually. My wife said to me, “I believe the hand of the Lord is on him. God is calling him into the ministry.”

I said, “I have that conviction myself. But I am not going to “call” anyone. I am not going to tell anyone they are called, even if I know they are.”

This is why. When one gets out in the ministry, it isn’t always easy. Paul told the young minister, Timothy, “Endure hardness as a good soldier” (2 Tim. 2:3). When the way gets hard—and it will—you can have the victory. But it will get hard and someone who is not convinced of the call for themselves may say, “I just went because Daddy said so.” Or, “Someone prophesied to me; I really don’t know that I am called.” But one who makes that dedication from his own spirit, who knows God called him, will stand through hell or high water.

So I did not say anything to this young person. Then one Sunday night we were all praying around the altar. I went around and laid hands on people to pray as God would lead me. I stopped beside this young man who was kneeling in the altar in intense prayer. I opened my mouth to pray, but I heard these words come out, “This is a confirmation of what I said to you at 3 o’clock this afternoon as you were praying down in the storm cellar. You asked for a confirmation and this is it. That was Me speaking to you.”

After the prayer service I asked, “Were you praying

down in the storm cellar at 3 o’clock this afternoon?”

(I wanted to check up—if I am wrong, I want to get right. If I miss it, I just admit, “I missed it.” Don’t be afraid to say, “I missed it.” When I first started learning to drive a car I missed it a few times and ran up over the curb. But I didn’t quit driving just because I missed it. Did you? We ought to have as much sense about spiritual things. Just because I missed it, I am not going to quit. I am going to keep going. I will just see to it that I don’t miss it again. So I was checking up on it to see.)

This young person said, “Yes, I was praying. You know, Brother Hagin, I have felt for some time that God had a call on my life, but I didn’t say yes or no. So I was spending time down in the cellar (which was fixed up like a nice basement) praying, meditating, reading the Bible, waiting on God. I felt that the Lord spoke to me and said, ‘I have called you to the ministry—and I will confirm it tonight in the service.’ But I didn’t know how He would.”

Remember—if it does not bear witness, or confirm something you already have, do not accept a personal prophecy.

As long as the gift of prophecy stays in the realm of speaking to men for edification, exhortation, and comfort, it is wonderful. Encourage that. But many times someone who prophesies may see a prophet minister with a word of foreknowledge. Then he begins to think, “I prophesy, so I can do that.” Then he moves out of the place where he should be, into the other realm where he should not be.

A woman came up to me in one of our seminars we held in Tulsa. She had come with a group from a nearby city. She said, “Brother Hagin, this is all new to us. In our

town we have a weekly prayer group. I want to ask you something about it. Some of them think I am wrong, but I don’t think what we are doing is right. Actually, I don’t know if I would call it a prayer meeting—all they ever do is lay hands on one another and prophesy. They spend all afternoon prophesying over one another. And I don’t ever get anything but a bad prophecy.

“They prophesied that my mother was going to die within six months. That was eighteen months ago and she is not dead. Then they prophesied that my husband was going to leave me. He’s not saved but he is a fine man and I love him. He is a good provider. We don’t have any trouble. Those are just two examples. I always get prophecies that something bad is going to happen—but nothing bad has ever happened.”

I said, “No, and it won’t either. You are a child of God.”

She said, “Isn’t that a misuse?”

I said, “Yes, it is.”

We need to know these things. It is very easy for babies to be misled and misguided. We can get off track. That’s why Paul wrote to the church at Corinth about these things.