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Our Daily Manna July – September 2018 For Children and Teen Edition by Bishop Dr. Chris Kwakpovwe in PDF Format
Note that when God introduced Himself to Moses in Exodus 3,He did not says, “I Was” (past tense). He said, “I AM” (fresh and present tense). To really know Him as “I AM’, you must know Him in the present (not in the past). But you cannot know Him in the present (as “I AM”, unless you come to Him everyday through HIS WORD, PRAYER and WORSHIP. This is what OUR DAILY MANNA helps to provide for you and your family, through its organized DAILY PRACTICAL LIFE STORIES, inspirational bible expositions, breakthrough prayer points, songs and strong prophetic declarations. You shall be decorated this 2018!
About The Author (Our Daily Manna)!
Bishop Dr. Chris Kwakpovwe is a dynamic man of God with strong prophetic, healing, preaching and teaching ministries. Since he met the Lord and got born again on February 3rd 1976, as a student at the prestigious government college Ughelli, Delta State of Nigeria, he’s been preaching the word in Creeks, Villages and cities with signs following.
He is a qualified pharmacist (1983) from the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) in Nigeria. By the grace of God, he is the founder of the various Manna Prayer Mountain (MPM) worldwide. Many years ago, he served as an assisting founding pastor of the chapel of praise church under Bishop Isaac Nwaoji for years! The Lord called him into full time ministry in 1992, having combined pharmacy and ministry for 9 years. He got his Ph.d. in Theology, in 1999 and also on Sunday December 16th 2001, He was awarded an honorary doctorate degree in Theology by the Calvary Academy in collaboration with the Light House Christian University, Brooklyn, New York, USA.
He is the president, board of governors of the Liberty Bible College International. Bishop Dr. Chris was the ex-president of the Nigerian Christian Corpers Fellowship (NCCF) in 1984 and has worked with many Christian bodies such as the scripture Union, The Nigerian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (NIFES), The Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN) and the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN). On July 7th 2013, he was publicly ordained as Interdenominational Bishop by the United Pentecostal Collage of Bishops USA/Nigeria.
Sample From the Devotional:
Our Daily Manna – A Devotional Booklet For Champions July – September 2018 Adult Edition By Bishop Dr. Chris E. Kwakpovwe in Otakada Mobile App Edition
September 2018 Day 11
LESSONS FROM THE INTER-KOREAN SUMMIT – 1
BASIC SCRIPTURES: LUKE 17:3-5;
ISAIAH 57: 1-7
In the beginning of the 20th century, Korea was part of the Japanese empire. After World War II, the Americans and Soviets had to decide what should be done with Korea. In August 1945, two young aides at the American State Department divided the Korean Peninsula in two halves along what is called the 38th parallel. On June 25, 1950, hostilities broke out between the two states. The war, known as the Korean War, broke out when some 75,000 soldiers from the North Korea’s Peoples’ Army poured across the 38th parallel, the boundary between the two Koreas. The hostilities lasted till July 1953. Nevertheless, both sides could not agree on asking the prisoners of war to return to their respective countries. So they drew a new boundary near the 38th parallel called the Demilitarized
Zone. This agreement allowed the prisoners of war to stay where they liked. The present leaders of the 2 Koreas, Kim Jong Un of North Korea and Moon Jae In of South Korea decided to hold a summit. The landmark Inter-Korean summit was held on 7th April, 2018. Both leaders had a highly symbolic handshake over the Military Demarcation Zone that divides both countries. Both leaders expressed their views and feelings on that historic day. An elated Kim said they were at the “threshold of history” and added that he was “filled with emotion”. Moon responded that he hoped they would reach “a bold agreement so that we give a big gift to the whole Korean people and the people who want peace”. North Korea’s official KCNA news agency said, “Kim will open-heartedly discuss all the issues arising in improving inter-Korean relations and achieving peace, prosperity and reunification of the Korean Peninsula”. Sixty five years after the Koreans fought a war that claimed so many lives, they have decided to put their differences behind them. The Holy Ghost is asking you today: HOW LONG WILL YOU FIGHT WARS I DID NOT COMMAND YOU TO
FIGHT? How long will you continue to habour grudges and malice against those you feel have wronged you? When will you settle that misunderstanding with your spouse, church member and colleague in the office, etc? There is a common adage that says, “To err is human, to forgive is divine.” Today’s 1st scriptural reading in Luke urges you to forgive! When you forgive others, your FATHER God will in turn forgive you (Matt. 6:14).
PRAYER POINTS: Take any song as led to worship HIS MERCY over you!