Sunday, 27 November 2016

Sunday Sermon: IT IS MY BUSINESS

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Rev. Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan, Head Shepherd, CCC, Elisha Parish (Europe & Nigeria)

Exodus 32:1 “And when the people saw that Moses delayed to come down out of the mount, the people gathered unto Aaron, and said unto him, Up make us gods, which shall go before us, as for this Moses, the man that bought us out of the land of Egypt, we won’t know  what is become of him”.
Brethren in Christ, this topic is related to the story of a Nigerian man, based in America, he decided to come back home and settle down, fortunately he got a job at CBN (Central Bank of Nigeria) and he felt the next thing is to get married. Although he has many girls at his beck and call, but he wanted to marry a virgin as his wife. This had always been his dream as he often refer to other women who are not virgin as been promiscuous.  He finally decided to visit his village and met with a young lady in the village, all the marriage rites were done and he brought her to Lagos. The first day they had sexual intercourse, he discovered that she wasn’t a virgin, even aside that, they weren’t compatible at all.

One fateful day, his friend came to the house and they were badly treated, this got him angry and he sent her back to the village, on getting there, she discovered she’s pregnant and later gave birth to twins, (2 boys). He was forced to bring her back to Lagos. Few years later, he got back home drunk and he met with her again. The intercourse also resulted to another pregnancy and they had another set of two boys. Things got worse and the man had to send her back to the village with her four sons. He met another woman, who happens to be a professor, he fell in love with her and they got married. Problems started again when Betty (the new woman) could not do any house chores, too lazy to take care of the family and always denied her husband sex. This made her beloved husband to get a maid to take care of the house and the kids, as Betty also had four girls.
So, whose business?
The man couldn’t stand the stress again and he started having affairs with the maid who later got pregnant. All effort to make the man happy proved abortive, because he wasn’t fulfilled with the two wives he married and even the maid, because Betty had to send her packing after she discovered she was pregnant.
But the man was fond of a particular word whenever he’s been accused; he was  always saying “It’s my business”. He wasn’t a fulfilled man because he didn’t seek the face of God when he wanted a wife; he just had a mind set of getting married to a virgin.
However, the children of the first wife turned out to be touts, armed robbers and they were just disturbing the entire village. They got the news of their father, on how he treated their mother and didn’t train them well. One day, they went in search of him and eventually killed him. While Betty’s children succeeded in their professions. The story we just narrated explains what happens to a man who believes everything that happens to him in life is his business and he does not need to put God first in all he does.

Reverend Prophet (Dr). MKO Tibetan...'Your life is God's business'
In conclusion, a lot of people don’t believe common sense is not common. They do things in their own ways; they don’t invite God to whatever they do. They don’t  seek the face of God and they end up in great disaster. Read Jer. 8:18-22, Hosea 8:4, Job. 8:8-10, Job. 3:20-21
If you want God’s intervention in your life, why don’t you pick up your shirt on every 3rd Friday of every month to see the prophet on any challenges you might be passing through in your life and you will know there are still prophets these days as  as of old.

(The Sermon is delivered by Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan, Shepherd-in-charge, Celestial Church of Christ, Elisha Parish, Nigeria. 1-5, Celestial Way, off Zawiyat Street, Abule Iroko, off Abeokuta Express Road by Ajegunle Bus Stop, Ajegunle-Lagos. Tell; +234-8097-861617, 080-5485-3828, 080-37171-730 and 080-57070-783. Dublin Address: 15, Station Street, Balbrigan Co. Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Phone: 009-35389960-9994, 009-3538-7669-6370, 009-3538-6103-3987. London; +447-96171-4893, +447-40542-6336)

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