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Universal Church of the Kingdom of God
  • The life of Job
    The life of Job

    What can we learn from the life of Job? 1. Who was Job before God? “There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was blameless and upright, and one who feared God and shunned evil.” (Job 1.1) He was a man who pleased God and, as a…

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  • My encouragement is…
    My encouragement is…

    And many of the Samaritans of that city believed in Him because of the word of the woman who testified, “He told me all that I ever did…” (John 4.39) Many people are the same when it comes to expressing their faith and truly believing in God, because they need to see and hear a third-party’s…

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  • What is the purpose of a test?
    What is the purpose of a test?

    Now it came to pass after these things that God tested Abraham, and said to him, “Abraham!” And he said, “Here I am”. (Genesis 22.1) The word test in the dictionary is defined as: “the means by which the genuineness of anything is determined…” A sacrifice does just this, because it shows the truth between:…

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  • Life or death?
    Life or death?

    “How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation, which at the first began to be spoken by the Lord, and was confirmed to us by those who heard Him…” (Hebrews 2:3) Salvation is the work of God to deliver fallen men from the consequences of sin: suffering, sickness, eternal condemnation and separation…

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  • What have you done with your faith?
    What have you done with your faith?

    No living being, however strong or smart they may be, is able to take action while they’re asleep. Likewise, no machine, however powerful it may be, can operate when it’s turned off. When people and machines are in an idle state, their functions cannot be performed—no matter how natural or simple they may be. Numbness…

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  • God will decide
    God will decide

    After 25 years of obediently following God appeared to Abraham and said, “Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield, your exceedingly great reward” (Genesis 15.1). Like many who come to God, Abraham saw the blessings of God in other areas of his life, but had yet to see the answer to his initial…

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  • The faith that moved Abraham
    The faith that moved Abraham

    Abraham believed for a long time, even when there was no longer any hope of seeing his dream come true, to then be able to become the father of faith and God’s friend. Not only did he have a son, but millions, just like he was told: “So shall your descendants be. And not being weak…

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  • Being a blessing
    Being a blessing

    The aim of this campaign is not for you to just have one more testimony. That’s why we have been speaking about Abraham; God made him the blessing. There’s a huge difference between being blessed by God and becoming a blessing. Receiving a blessing doesn’t change your life. There are people who were blessed and able…

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  • Through one person
    Through one person

    Through one person, Adolf Hitler, about 70 million people were decimated during the Second World War. If the power and authority of one person that had an alliance with evil brought countless tragic consequences, the power and authority of a person that has a covenant with God can bring countless blessed consequences. Through one person,…

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  • Building Altars
    Building Altars

    Abraham was a great man; only Jesus could beat him in importance. Why? Because before his name was changed to Abraham, he was already accustomed to building altars, despite the fact that his sacrifices produced no results because he sacrificed to pagan gods. Many people don’t stay in the church because of the altar. When…

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