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    Blessing of the students

    Do you have a relative or friend who is currently studying? Is your son or daughter starting school or university? Are you a student who needs help with their studies? On Sunday, 10 September at 10am, we will be blessing all the students, so that they may succeed in their work and persevere through any […]
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    The Throne of Justice

    “Oh, that I knew where I might find Him, that I might come to His seat!” Job 23:3  When we think of injustice, what often comes to mind are global atrocities such as inequality, discrimination and prohibition of freedom of speech, among other things. But even though there is global injustice, many people face injustice […]
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    3 Weeks to fight the coldness in your love life

    The secret to loving successfully is obedience. Loyalty, communication and understanding are all very important in a relationship, but, if we don’t follow the precepts defined by God, our relationship will inevitably become cold. Which in many cases, may mean the end of something that took a long time to build up. People who relax […]

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    The Sunday of Pentecost

    In biblical times, people gathered together in Jerusalem to receive the Holy Spirit. A prophecy from God was given to assure them that they would not be left as orphans, but that they would receive a counsellor, a healer and a comforter: The Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit came upon those who sought Him above […]

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    The Sunday of Forgiveness

    Have you heard the saying ‘when you refuse to forgive someone, the only person you are hurting is yourself’? It is a phrase which bears many truths. However, many people hold onto the past and, in particular, they hold grudges against those who have hurt them. Some people even find it hard to forgive themselves. […]

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    21- Day Fast of Daniel

    In Daniel 10 in the Bible, we see that, for 21 days, Daniel decided to fast in order to find favour, wisdom, and understanding from God. Nowadays, amongst the list of things that get in the way of our relationship with God, distractions are ever present, and they come in all forms of entertainment and […]

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    The Anointing Oil Event

    On Sunday, 13 August, hundreds of people came to the Anointing Oil event, gathering at the UCKG in London to witness a great change in their lives. The meeting began with people giving their testimonies about their experiences with the anointing oil, from overcoming sickness to buying the house of their dreams. The inspiring testimonies […]

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    Love Talk seminar

    What comes to mind when you think about love? Perhaps some bad experiences you may have gone through, or maybe you have never truly experienced loving someone. Either way, each of us has our own story when it comes to relationships and love. We all know that it can be a tough journey, which is […]

    about your love life, relationships and love,

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    Do you know whose been causing the problems in your life?

    When you look at the world and the horrible things that are happening, have you ever wondered “What could make a person do this?” or “How can people do such horrible things?” There is a spiritual root that causes people to perform bad actions, and the one who plants this root is Satan. The word […]

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    Blessing of the priest

    In biblical times, Melchizedek was a prominent spiritual figure. Even though he was known as the king of Selam, he was also considered to be the priest of the Most High God and was used to bless Abraham after he returned from defeating his enemies. The priest represented God and Melchizedek blessed Abraham and served […]

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