LIGHT IS LIFE. WITHOUT LIGHT, THERE IS NO LIFE.
ACCESS TO LIGHT DETERMINES QUALITY OF LIFE.
– Bishop David Abioye at Shiloh 2021
Day Three, Hour of Visitation.
Heavenly Father, we can never thank You enough because of the so many undeserved blessings that You keep giving to us, particularly at this Hour of Visitation, You have visited us with different levels of revelation.
Receive our thanks in the name of Jesus. Thank You for sending Your word to heal; spiritually, physically, emotionally, financially. Receive our thanks in the name of Jesus.
Thank You for considering us worthy to receive another word. Our hearts are opened to You, teach us and touch us. Enlighten us and empower us. Inform us and transform us. Thank You for doing it.
I can’t stop appreciating God and my father, my mentor, my boss for the continuous privilege give to me to bring to us God’s word at this Shiloh 2021. I do believe that the grace of God upon his life, which I have been privileged to be a partaker of, will be expressed towards us again this morning in the precious name of Jesus.
Our teaching in this third Word is captioned:
ENGAGING THE MINISTRY OF TEACHING PRIEST FOR LIGHT.
Light is life. Light is most crucial to the extent that the first thing God created was light. Without light, there is no life. Light is the beginning of all creation, so it is with our lives.
Without light, you don’t have life.
Access to light determines quality of life. I hear God’s servant said yesterday, that next to Salvation, the greatest need of the believer is light.
How true that is. You can imagine, many even though they are saved are still suffering because they are in darkness.
The soul is saved but in the midst of darkness. For this reason, God raised the ministry of teaching priest.