God is committed to my success, so I declare: "Thou shalt increase my greatness, and comfort me on every side (Psalm 71:21)." I am born again, filled with the Holy Ghost, tongue-talking more-than-a-conqueror-in-Christ kind of Christian. The world is my domain because I'm the seed of Abraham.......need I say more?
Posted in Uncategorized on December 10, 2012
This is an illustration of how one sportsman so good in his field of endeavour was able to break a record which had remain intact for FORTY YEARS!
His name Lionel Messi, a professional footballer for FC Barcelona, and his country Argentina.
Let’s follow how he scored his amazing 86 goals in one calender year 2012 (A present world record).
The Argentine’s 86 goals have all come in just 44 of the 66 matches he has played in during 2012.
From 1 to 86: How Messi scored each of his record-breaking goals in 2012.
With the Argentine superstar having surpassed the previous milestone of 85 goals in a calendar year, Goal.com takes a look at how Barcelona’s No. 10 has done it
Gerd Muller must be sick of the sight of Lionel Messi. For the second time in the space of six months he has witnessed the diminutive attacker break one of his long-standing records. By the end of the 2011-12 season the 25-year-old had surpassed the prolific German’s tally of 67 goals in a campaign, and now he has seen his record of 85 goals in a calendar year shattered too.
Muller netted on 85 occasions for Bayern Munich and West Germany in just 60 matches during 1972, while the Brazil icon, Pele, had previously sat in second place for most goals in a single year with his haul of 75 back in 1958, before Messi nonchalantly swept past that figure last month.
With the Argentina international having now beaten even Muller’s tally, Goal.com takes a comprehensive look at when and where his 86 goals flew in.
1 + 2 – January 4. vs Osasuna (h). Copa del Rey. (4-0). Started the year with a bang despite initially being confined to the bench with flu for this game. Scored twice in the second half after being introduced on the hour mark, the first a header and the second a wicked curling strike.
3 + 4 – January 15. vs Real Betis (h). Primera Division. (4-2). After showing off his Ballon d’Or award to the Camp Nou crowd ahead of kick-off the diminutive Argentine lived up to the hype by finishing a fine team move in the first half and then adding a penalty late on.
5, 6 + 7 – January 22. vs Malaga (a). Primera Division (4-1). Notched his first hat-trick of 2012 courtesy of a precise header and two magical solo efforts in the second half.
8 – February 4. vs Real Sociedad (h). Primera Division. (2-1). Sealed all three points for his side with a well-taken volley in the 72nd minute.
9 – February 14. vs Bayer Leverkusen (a). Champions League. (3-1). Scored Barcelona’s final goal against their German opposition, following a nervy encounter at the BayArena.
10, 11, 12 + 13 – February 19. vs Valencia (h). Primera Division. (5-1). Inspired his team to victory with four goals in his 200th game for the club.
14 – February 26. vs Atletico Madrid (a). Primera Division. (2-1). Secured a hard-fought win for Barcelona with a stunning free kick from 25 yards in the 81st minute.
15, 16 + 17 – February 29. vs Switzerland (a). International Friendly. (3-1). Stole the show in Bern with a fine hat-trick that guided Argentina to victory.
18, 19, 20, 21 + 22 – March 7. vs Bayer Leverkusen (h). Champions League. (7-1). Made history by becoming the first player ever to score five times in a single Champions League match, as Barcelona ran riot at Camp Nou.
23 + 24 – March 11. vs Racing Santander (a). Primera Division. (2-0). Bagged his 49th and 50th goals of the 2011-12 season with a close range finish and a confident penalty in the second half.
25 – March 17. vs Sevilla (a). Primera Division. (2-0). Scored twice at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan as Barcelona cruised to a comfortable win.
26, 27 + 28 – March 20. vs Granada (h). Primera Division. (5-3). Netted his third hat-trick of 2012 in an eight-goal Liga thriller at Camp Nou.
29 – March 24. vs Mallorca (a). Primera Division. (2-0). Helped Pep Guardiola’s side win their 50th competitive match of the season by opening the scoring with a curling free kick in the 25th minute.
30 – March 31. vs Athletic Bilbao (h). Primera Division. (2-0). Scored a second-half penalty as the Catalan giants brushed aside their tired opponents that had played in the Europa League just 48 hours earlier.
31 + 32 – April 3. vs Milan (h). Champions League. (3-1). Broke the record for most goals in a single Champions League season (14) with two penalties, as Barcelona advanced to the semi-finals.
33 + 34 – April 7. vs Real Zaragoza (a). Primera Division. (4-1). Reached the 60-goal mark for the 2011-12 season as his side laboured to victory at La Romareda.
35 – April 10. vs Getafe (h). Primera Division. (4-0). Smashed a devastating finish past Miguel Moya just before the interval as Barcelona romped to victory at Camp Nou.
36 + 37 – April 14. vs Levante (a). Primera Division. (2-1). Scored twice to overturn Levante’s first-half lead and seal all three points for his side.
38 + 39 – April 29. vs Rayo Vallecano (a). Primera Division. (7-0). Ensured a harrowing week for the club ended on a high following their Champions League exit at the hands of Chelsea by scoring two goals from close range as Barcelona hit seven past Rayo.
40, 41 + 42 – May 2. vs Malaga (h). Primera Division. (4-1). Further stamped his name in the history books with three goals that took him to 68 for the season, surpassing the previous European record tally set by Gerd Muller in 1972-73.
43, 44, 45 + 46 – May 5. vs Espanyol (h). Primera Division. (4-0). Scored all four goals for the Blaugrana as they hammered their local rivals in La Liga.
47- May 25. vs Athletic Bilbao (a). Copa del Rey Final. (3-0). Helped his side win the Copa del Rey, netting the second of their three goals with a sumptuous effort with the outside of his left foot.
48 – June 3. vs Ecuador (h). World Cup Qualifier. (4-0). Curled a shot past Alexander Dominguez on the half hour mark to make it 3-0 as Albiceleste marched to a comfortable victory.
49, 50 + 51 – June 9. vs Brazil (h). International Friendly. (4-3). Put in a phenomenal performance in New Jersey as Argentina took on their bitter rivals in a showpiece friendly, scoring a wonderful hat-trick to lead his team to victory.
52 – August 15. vs Germany (a). International Friendly. (3-1). Swept home Argentina’s second goal from the edge of the box, as they dominated their friendly against Joachim Low’s team.
53 + 54 – August 19. vs Real Sociedad (h). Primera Division. (5-1). Got Tito Vilanova’s reign as Barcelona coach off to a flyer by finding the net twice as the Catalan giants hit five past Sociedad.
55 – August 23. vs Real Madrid (h). Supercopa. (3-2). Helped Barca win the first leg of the Supercopa by sending Iker Casillas the wrong way with a second-half penalty.
56 + 57 – August 26. vs Osasuna (a). Primera Division. (2-1). Inspired his team to victory with a late double after Joseba Llorente had given the Pamplona-based side a 1-0 first-half lead.
58 – August 29. vs Real Madrid (a). Supercopa. (1-2). Fired a fantastic free kick past Iker Casillas on the brink of half-time to keep Barcelona in the game and just a goal behind, but could do nothing in the second half as Madrid held out for the win.
59 – September 8. vs Paraguay (h). World Cup Qualifier. (3-1). Scored another glorious set piece in a confident showing from Alejandro Sabella’s side.
60 + 61 – September 15. vs Getafe (a). Primera Division. (4-1). Came off the bench to bag two goals for Barcelona as they maintained their 100% start to the Liga season under Vilanova.
62 + 63 – September 19. vs Spartak Moscow (h). Champions League. (3-2). Rescued his team with two more late goals, after their Russian opponents had gone 2-1 up in the 59th minute through Romulo.
64 + 65 – October 7. vs Real Madrid (h). Primera Division. (2-2). Locked horns with Cristiano Ronaldo to much acclaim as each player scored two fine goals that meant the pulsating game ended in a draw.
66 + 67 – October 13. vs Uruguay (h). World Cup Qualifier. (3-0). Two goals from Messi helped Sabella’s men secure a comfortable win over their Rioplatense neighbours, with the Barcelona forward’s second a joy to behold, as he rattled a free kick under Uruguay’s jumping wall and into the bottom corner.
68 – October 17. vs Chile (a). World Cup Qualifier. (2-1). Scored the first goal of the game in the 28th minute as Argentina edged past the Roja.
69, 70 + 71 – October 20. vs Deportivo (a). Primera Division. (5-4). Helped make it 12 games unbeaten in La Liga for Barcelona with a well-taken hat-trick, as the Riazor played host to a nine-goal thriller, with six of those being scored before half-time.
72 + 73 – October 27. vs Rayo Vallecano (a). Primera Division. (5-0). Notched his 300th senior goal for club and country with a thumping strike three minutes into the second half, before adding a second moments before the end.
74 – November 7. vs Celtic (a). Champions League. (1-2). Scored his side’s only goal as they fell victim to a shock 2-1 defeat against Neil Lennon’s team.
75 + 76 – November 11. vs Mallorca (a). Primera Division. (4-2). Reached another milestone with two strikes in this match, as he surpassed Pele’s mark of 75 goals in a calendar year.
77 + 78 – November 17. vs Zaragoza (h). Primera Division. (3-1). Got himself on the scoresheet twice in a game devoid of many clearcut chances, as Barcelona made it 11 wins out of 12 in La Liga this campaign.
79 + 80 – November 20. vs Spartak Moscow (a). Champions League. (3-0). Moved to within five of Gerd Muler’s 85-goal record with two goals in Moscow, while also equalling Ruud van Nistelrooy’s tally of 56 Champions League strikes.
81 + 82 – November 25. vs Levante (a). Primera Division. (4-0). Netted his 18th double of 2012 with a nonchalant lob over Gustavo Munua, and a close-range finish after some superb build-up play from Andres Iniesta.
83 + 84 – December 1. vs Athletic Bilbao (h). Primera Division. (5-1). Helped Barcelona make the best-ever start in Liga history by scoring twice as they romped past Bilbao at Camp Nou, while on a personal level he moved to within one of Muller’s astonishing record.
85 + 86 – December 9. vs Betis (a). Primera Division (2-1). Messi made a quick recovery from a brusied knee sustained against Benfica four days earlier and opened the scoring with a diagonal run and angled drive back across Betis goalkeeper Adrian to draw level with the German great. The Argentine added a second with an opportunistic left-footed drive short of the half-hour mark after he was set up by Andres Iniesta.
With three games still left for Barca in 2012, Leo had broken Muller’s 40yr old magical mark!
It is truly remarkable!
Culled from Goal.com
Posted in Uncategorized on June 25, 2011
beginning, He was there before all creation! Anyone who pre-existed the begining of all creation must be God! He’s got to be! The Bible says in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. He’s called the self existent One. This all creating God declared Jesus to be His son by the resurrection from the dead. He proved and verified the life and ministry of Jesus to everyone. He raised Him from the dead. His death and ressurection were no secret in His day. He walked the streets after His ressurection and people saw him.No one ever came out of death by himself, having been buried. If Jesus were dead, His name would have no power, but he said those who believe in Him shall cast out devils in His name, shall lay hands on the sick and they shall recover, they shall speak in new tongues, if they take any deadly drink it shall not hurt them. And all of these have been true till today. The consistency in the character of believers for generations is
another prove that Jesus must be God. I find it difficult not to believe in him. Anyone would be mischievous to think that the claims about Jesus were fabrications. Therefore we must tell the untold,we must reach the unreached. Thank God for the testimonies in our lives, but it is not enough to experience this glorious life without the motivation to share it with others, therefore we must share it with them. He has given us his life, but what have you given in return? Your life as well is what He expects from you and nothing less. That is why he says to take up your cross and follow him. That means to die on it, to die to your self – to your own concerns. He doesn’t like selfishness. That is why He says for us to cast our cares upon Him for He cares.Jesus says: I am the way the truth and the life. He is the origin of life, the essence of living is derived from Him. The bible says by him all things consist. Jesus is seated on the throne of his Father and
the Father is seated inside Him. If you stand before the throne of God, you would see Jesus seated on it and not the Father. He is the son of God, but co-equal with God. We are leaders of other people who have given their hearts to Christ, isn’t it wonderful? Whether you have a cell of five members, twenty five members or a hundred members, we all are important.Each one of us is important to God. God loves you personally. Say this with me: God loves me personally, He loves me specially. He knows my name, He knows my address, He knows everything about me. That’s because I’m important. God wants you to think and talk like that. When you think like that you would have answers for important issues. Only VIPs discuss important issues. Say: ”I’m a VIP. I’m serious minded. I think like an important person, I think important thoughts, I think important matters, kingdom matters.” My first cell meeting was when I was 11yrs old, and I held my 1st crusade at 15.I
went preaching the Gospel from house to house, from street to street. I felt and still do today, that the whole world has got to hear it. I preached to the sick in the hospitals, I preached when it was easy and when it was difficult. So I said to you, leading God’s people whether many or few is so important to God; it is not something to be taken lightly. Think about the potentials in us, how many more people we can all reach together. The saints are given the work of the ministry, and the different ministries such as that of the pastors and apostles are meant for strengthening the saints to do that work given to them. Each one of us has that ministry. I can help a cell leader become more effective with his ministry. That is because, when Jesus saves you, He makes you become his partner in saving others as well. We are His witnesses to the world. The principle is that we are disciples so as to disciple others. I can’t keep the message to myself, I have
got to share it with someone else. We’ve got be there to help build their faith – to shape their path. Growing up as a young christian, there were those God put in my way to help build my faith, to help me pray. We’ve got to do the same for others as well. Over the years I’ve been tremedously blessed by tracts, tapes, books and several other materials from different ministers. How could I have all that and then be quiet? So I got to do the same for others. You are not blessed for receiving from others or for God blessing you. No. You are blessed for what you put into the kingdom and what you put into others. But I want to be able to say before the Master; Lord, for all that I received, here’s what I did with it. And then He says well done thou good and faithful servant. We shouldn’t live our lives all for nothing, but live a life that is based on fulfilling the desires of the Lord. And so with that, again I welcome Ɣ☺u to this International Cell
Leaders conference. Would you thank him now? Amen. Open your mouth and pray……..
Posted in Uncategorized on June 7, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized on June 6, 2011
It is dangerous to do so especially if you are looking at this from the standpoint of an inability of your pastor, so because you may just go in the wrong direction.
Get the matter to your pastor first to counsel you, because you might not have the spiritual maturity to make that decision by yourself. He may then tell that he knows another minister who is gifted in a such and such who may be able to help you.
A dream is a series of emotional activities in your sleep. A dream from God is one based on His word.
I dealt extensively on dreams on our website: pastorchrisonline.org.
Dreams or visions could also be revelations.
-outer visions or,
But every personal prophecy can be changed. If you’re not comfortable about it you can change it, because he gave us the right to.
E.g. Hezekiah. God sent the prophet to instruct him to put his house in order because he was going to die! A death sentence was passed on by God! But the bible says he turned his face toward the and prayed. He told God that only the living can praise Him and that the dead cannot. Of what good was he to God dead? He asked. The Lord heard his prayers and added more years unto Hezekiah’s life.
He gave us the right to negotiate with Him on personal prophesies that don’t favour us and change them..
Empathic no. It depicts the arena of chance, and it is of the devil because it denies you the opportunity of walking by faith: you accept whatever happens to as good luck or bad luck. But every child of God must walk by faith! Not in the arena of luck. Luck came from Lucifer. God wants us blessed and not walk in luck. We must learn to take charge of our lives through the word of God and by faith, rather than depend on luck.
We started out on Twitter initially, then we chose six months later to start out our own social networking site: Yookos. It has been a most tremendous experience with well over two million followers in just 3months.
It is undergoing expansion right now to accommodate more usage.
Watch out also for Yookos 2 as well.
So many thanks to so many of you who have worked so tirelessly in the past one year.
The whole month of June is declared our month of celebration. We would share lots and lots of testimonies at this anniversary time.
7 And the angel of the LORD came back the second time, and touched him, and said, “Arise and eat, because the journey is too great for you.” 8 So he arose, and ate and drank; and he went in the strength of that food forty days and forty nights as far as Horeb, the mountain of God.
Be watchful, and strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die, for I have not found your works perfect before God.
Like Jesus, when we pray we shall also be strengthened. And this is exactly what we require; to be strengthened by God. But then we also bear the responsibility keeping ourselves in the strength of God all the time.
Whatever talents and gifts of God in your life, you need to strengthen them if they have become weak. You need to strengthen yourself in prayer, strengthen yourself in the study of God’s word, strengthen yourself in evangelism and soul-winning. Hallelujah.
Whatever area of your life that’s been weakened by negligence it is time for you to strengthen it now.
As we get strengthened by God’s word and the Spirit of God, it is our responsibility to strengthen those weakened areas of our lives and ministry. Pray now that you’re going to be strengthened in various areas of your life: every time you study His word, every time you pray. Pray now. Hallelujah.
At this time you get up from where you are seated and approach the table nearest to you where the bread is, pick yours and hold it until I give the instructions.
23 For I received from the Lord that which I also delivered to you: that the Lord Jesus on the same night in which He was betrayed took bread; 24 and when He had given thanks, He broke it and said, “Take, eat; this is My body which is broken for you; do this in remembrance of Me.
That cup is a point of contact, every sickness, disease and infirmity is washed away.
It is our oneness with the Lord, every barrier against you is shattered, nothing can limit you, nothing can withstand you. Proceed now and take the cup. www.wikisozo.com
Get on that website and write your own testimony of salvation and the testimony of someone else you know.
SO KEEP WINNING AND KEEP SHINNING!
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Posted in Uncategorized on March 9, 2011
SO KEEP WINNING AND KEEP SHINNING!
GOD BLESS YOU. VISIT THIS PAGES ANYTIME SOON:
PASTOR GBENGA AYODELE.