Request for funds 

Invitation to sponsor people for the African Youth Conference 2017.

You may be able to attend in various cities where the conference will hold in various African Countries on December 9, OR not. 

But according to our estimates, to SPONSOR one person will require N1000. (total expected = 11000)

So you can, according to your ability, make funds available for as many people to attend as you can. WE BELIEVE YOUR REWARD WILL BE GREAT IN HEAVEN. 

If you are interested, then let me know so that I can forward the account details to you. 

We believe we owe the sponsors an accounting of money expended for the conference afterwards. 

Please let the funds come in between now and October ending for adequate planning. 

Website: Africayouthconference.wordpress.com

Organisers: Jehiel Prayer and Bible Training Institute 

Chief Host: Olukayode Crown (leading a team of 11people) 

Facebook profile: fb.com/kayodecrown

+234760921007

Facebook page: Africa Youth Conference 2017- 9th Dec 

Thank you. 

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About the book:

It’s about time for the church to be reoriented when it comes to giving. 

It’s about time the money for blessings and seed-faith heretics be silenced. 

It’s about time those who make merchandise of the people of God, in the name of God and in the name of telling them to “sow” for earthly gain now are stopped. 

It’s about time those who stir up the greed in the people of God close their shop. 

It’s about time we put the fear of God in those who motivate the people to give based on fear. 

It’s about time those who steal from the church in the name of increase be shut down. 

It’s about time the grip of the thieves on the pulpit, the spiritual robbers, the liars, the deceived deceivers be loosed from the church. 

This book spanning two parts, titled the Heretics and the Heresies, five chapters each is to remove the carpet from under the money for blessings heretics who had hitherto been having a field’s day. 

It’s about time.

Day 17: 21 days to better relationships 

Topic: Relationship  finesse 
Text: A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance: but by sorrow of the heart the spirit is broken. (Proverbs 15:13, KJV) 

The countenance,  the mannerism, the tone of voice the observance of the etiquette of the society, the way you should greet, the respect, giving honour to whom honour is due and custom to whom custom is due (Romans 13:7), all these add to your friendliness factor. These are subtle niceties that should be observed.

The Bible says we should submit to one another. Don’t carry on with the egoistic tendency that you are always right, that. Respect their physical space and do not be busy bodies in other people’s matter, the scriptures say. 

Don’t force yourself on others. They reserve the right to want to relate with you and to what extent and you not overreact to that decision and you have your own right too. That is the dynamics of relationships.

Someone told Jesus, I want to follow you, he discouraged him. He showed interest in another and said he should follow him, but that person said he has other plans (Luke 9:57-60).

So don’t take rejection too seriously and you to reserve the right to choose your friends also. Friendship is not by force. And can two go walk together except they are agreeable (Amos 3:3).

Do not submit your independence in the name of friendship and don’t demand that others do likewise also. 

Being conversational is also an added advantage in enhancing relationship. You may think you don’t like to talk until you meet someone who shares your interest. 

Move from being an isolationist to engaging with others. And know that you won’t flow with everyone except those you share similar soul frequency and it does not have to be based in race or gender but shared interest and motivation. 

You are not awkward, you are unique and there are myriads that will embrace that in you. So do not follow the path of compromise. 

Action: Get to know someone who is different from you today. 

Declaration: I move from being isolated to being engaging

Day 19: 21 days to better relationships 

Topic: Use of words 
Text: Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer. (Psalm 19:14, KJV) 

It is foolishness to think that you can say anything you like to people and have better relationships. The tone of voice, the choice of words matters. 

When you are someone who blesses with your words and do not use caustic words, then you are ready to have better relationships (James 3:10). 

Don’t be disparaging in your use of words, don’t use shaming words against others. How much you value people is reflected in the words you use in talking to them and talk about them.  

When you lie, relationship suffers. When you think yourself more highly than you ought to, it will reflect in the words of your mouth and you begin to tear at others like a carnivore. 

Your position, achievements do not equate to being superior to warrant your wrong use of words against others. 

There is that speaks like the piercing of the sword, the Bible says (Proverbs 12:18, Psalm 140:3). Don’t be like that. Some people speak deliberately to wound others. Even if they speak nicely it still has a wounding effect. 

If you are full of pride, from the abundance of your heart your mouth speaks (Matthew 12:34). 

So it’s not just about the words of your mouth, so that you start becoming hypocritical, becoming becoming deceptive. 

Understand that communication is beyond words, intentions also flows, but God loves truth from the heart (Psalm 15:2).

So speak the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15), but that means your heart is full of love. 

Therefore, what is important is that you become better,  and you will have better relationships. 

When you are better, your choice of words will be better and your relationships will be better, so instead of worrying about how others will change, it is you that needs to change. 

Jesus said: change the tree and the fruit will change (Matthew 12:33). 

And it is the grace of God that changes us (Titus 2:11-12).  Let’s depend on that and not just on our own efforts, otherwise, we’ll become frustrated with ourselves. 

Action: Pray: Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you oh Lord. 

Declaration: I declare that my mouth is purified 

Day 21: 21 days to better relationships 

Topic: Arise and shine
Text: Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the LORD is risen upon thee. (Isaiah 60:1, KJV) 

To arise means you were sitting. And sitting is a picture of lethargy. 

Don’t just be passive do something. Your relationship depends on you as it depends on everyone else. 

Stop hoping for the best, act the best. 

“Shine” means you experience and express light, and you have no hidden relationships that is sinful by any means (John 3:19-21). 

A sinful relationship is a bad relationship and it’s not going to make you better on the long run. 

To shine means to walk in the light, being an example (1Timothy 4:12) when it comes to handling relationship and this works by allowing the life of Christ to be expressed in you and not religious dos and don’ts that will lead to frustration. 

Don’t be a religious policeman, monitoring how others look or do, being overly judgemental based on your own emotional sensibility and not on truth. 

To arise is to stand up. You are nobody’s slave, make your own decision hinged on dependence on God and not on any man. 

The prodigal son says I will arise and and go to my father (Luke 15:18).

He repented. He walked away from his own error, leaving his pride behind and was reconciled to the Father and the relationship became better. 

He chose differently, being alone and without anything, arose. He did not continue to justify the situation, wishing things will change. He made a move. 

You also can arise from wrong relationships and arise into the right ones.

Through the information in this series, light, illumination has come for your relationships to be better. 

But you can chose to not arise, to not take what has been given and use it, to not repent, to want to continue to defend yourself, defend the wrong decisions you have made and continue to eat with pigs until things degenerate further as it could happened with the prodigal son. 

What are you doing to do now? The time for thinking is over. 

Action:  In what ways do you think you need to arise?

Declaration: I arise and shine into better relationships 

Day 20: 21 days to better relationships 

Topic: Relationship with God

Text: Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind (Matthew 22:37, KJV) 

Understand that relationship involves making investment of time, energy, inclusive of relationship with God. 

And when a relationship becomes an impediment to spiritual and natural progress, it needs to be dropped. There is no relationship we should not be able to sacrifice for the purpose of Christ. 

He said if we love our life more than him, our relationships more than him, we are not worthy of him, of being his disciples (Matthew 10:37-38).

We should be able to sacrifice everything for the cause of Christ and our walk and purpose in him. 

Paul said that he countsled everything dung to gain Christ (Philippians 3:8). Nothing holds much value to him apart from Christ. 

Invest time energy in that relationship with Christ. That is the ultimate relationship. It involves reading the Bible, receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit and doing a lot of praying. 

Move with those that you share a similar passion. When your relationship with Christ is better it empowers you to have better relationships everywhere else, as you better equipped to a blessing to others. 

Relationship requires adequate communication, interaction and we relate with God by faith with the scriptures as a window into that experience, to guide us into the Reality of Christ that is in the new birth. 

Sanctify the Lord in your heart is the Bible injunction (1Peter 3:14-15), meaning not sacrificing him for anything but being willing to sacrifice everything for him.

Relationship with God is beyond morning devotion, it extends to his assignment over your life. 

Jesus said, after speaking to the Samaritan woman, “my meat is to do the will of my father and to accomplish his work (John 4:34)”.

It involves seeking to know him and serving him,  expressed in private devotion and public service, being in a flux as two sides of the same coin. 

Action: What do you think you need to sacrifice for Christ 

Declaration: I move from a lower level of relationship with God to an higher level