Posted on March 24th, 2013 by Shappire93
These two passages touched our hearts during gathering of wisdom on Sunday March 24, 2013. Tell us what you think and how you felt while reading it.
Ephesians 1:14-23 (KJV) says,
14 Which is the earnest of our inheritance until the redemption of the purchased possession, unto the praise of his glory.
15 Wherefore I also, after I heard of your faith in the Lord Jesus, and love unto all the saints,
16 Cease not to give thanks for you, making mention of you in my prayers;
17 That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of him:
18 The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints,
19 And what is the exceeding greatness of his power to us-ward who believe, according to the working of his mighty power,
20 Which he wrought in Christ, when he raised him from the dead, and set him at his own right hand in the heavenly places,
21 Far above all principality, and power, and might, and dominion, and every name that is named, not only in this world, but also in that which is to come:
22 And hath put all things under his feet, and gave him to be the head over all things to the church,
23 Which is his body, the fulness of him that filleth all in all.
Luke 22: 39-46 (KJV) says,
39 And he came out, and went, as he was wont, to the mount of Olives; and his disciples also followed him.
40 And when he was at the place, he said unto them, Pray that ye enter not into temptation.
41 And he was withdrawn from them about a stone’s cast, and kneeled down, and prayed,
42 Saying, Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done.
43 And there appeared an angel unto him from heaven, strengthening him.
44 And being in an agony he prayed more earnestly: and his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the ground.
45 And when he rose up from prayer, and was come to his disciples, he found them sleeping for sorrow,
46 And said unto them, Why sleep ye? rise and pray, lest ye enter into temptation.
May the grace of God follow you through your daily endeavors!!!
Posted on January 27th, 2013 by chizzyi200
The Lord’s done a lot for us. Here you can share what He’s done through Dr. Pauline and the Ministry. It’s testimony time guys! Oh and don’t be afraid to talk about past events or even her books that you’ve read. Share all the great stuff. You were there for Overcomers’ Expression, we want to hear about it; you came to New Jersey, well why don’t you tell us. We’re a deliverance ministry, so let’s talk about deliverance .
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Posted on December 31st, 2012 by Shappire93
We were blessed on the last Saturday and Sunday of this year with two of the most touching sermons. The first sermon was by our Junior Pastor Nnamdi Kalu. His message was about the presence of God and how we should be clean upon entering into his presence. Clean meaning our minds and hearts must be free from all sin and guilt. Our Junior Pastor said a lot but I will only mention a few. One thing he said was that God’s presence is everywhere, but some people do not know this. Another thing would be: some of the ways to get closer to God is that we need to spend time in his presence and listen to him after we pray. We also need to worship him, give him more than just a hi and bye. We need to talk to him so that we can get on a personal level with him. I had to find out about talking with God on my own. My moment happened when I was dealing with overwhelming events and I could not take it anymore. So I just sat in my room and just started venting. Yes I know you are probably wondering, “Were you alone in the room?” Yes, yes I was. And that is the thing about experiencing a personal level with God. You have to talk to him like you would talk to your closest friend, alone adn in private. And after I finished venting my eyes were puffy from all the crying, but I also felt a calming feeling of relief. I am not saying to cry in private, you can shout, scream, yell, dance, or even sing to God. You do what you have to do when you are in his presence. God will only understand you the way you understand yourself.
The Second sermon done on Sunday was preached by Bro. Ifeanyi Mba. He started his message by saying that testimonies are not us bragging, but they are us telling people what God has done for us. This being said that means if you are scared to tell others what the Lord has done for you, you do not have to be because he did the act so that you can preach his word onto others. Bro Ifeanyi said a lot of juicy things but I will only share one thing with you, which is that your tongue can be used as a double edged sword. So when you hurt or lie to someone it will come back to you, either in form of guilt or punishment. He goes on saying that what you sow is what you reap, so if you sow evil you will reap it. Now when it comes to the tongue on one side there is life being spoken, while on the other you can speak of death. On one side you can burn the person with your hurtful words; however on the other you can wash away the burn with your positive and encouraging words. I myself would rather the second one with the washing because the Bible says that we should treat others the way we should be treated. So, as Bro. Ifeanyi says, do not hurt anyone on purpose or purposeful because you would not want to be treated the same way.
–The passages used by Our Junior Pastor were: John 4:24, Romans 12:1-2 and Matthew 9:9-13.
–The passages used by Bro. Ifeanyi Mba were: Proverbs 6:16-19, Psalms 101:4-5, Proverbs 18:21, Matthews 12:36-37, James 3:3-10, Exodus 20:13 and Luke 11:34.
Posted on December 7th, 2012 by Shappire93
While reading Dr. Pauline Walley Daniels’ book I realized that this book is not a reading book. Oh no! It is an instructional prayer guide. Does anyone know what a curse is? Well let me tell you Dr. Pauline’s definition which is, “A stubborn problem or affliction; A stubborn problem that generated into a curse over time.” Hmmm! Ever heard of a certain thing called a cycle? A cycle is a series of events that regularly repeat itself in the same order (according to the Google search engine dictionary).
Going back to the definition of “curse”, it is a problem or a nuisance that defies solution. Defying solution brings to mind the word “cycle.” However, before you know the solution of a curse you are dealing with, you must know the type. You have many types of curses from what I read from Dr. Pauline’s book. I will tell you few. Natural cursesare the curses earned by disobeying the laws of the Almighty God. Accursed Characteris a curse that has a satanic stronghold over your character, which is also known as your identity. Interactive Curse is a more behavioral curse where you have no self-control over your action, in any manner of conversation, or anything that contradicts the word of God.
So, now that you have a little hint of what types of curses there are out there, what are the solutions to these curses? You have two types of solutions, one is breaking, and the other is uprooting. From my understanding and example that is always in my head, you have to think of a curse like a tree. You can break and chop off the annoying limbs, but the tree itself will remain there. This is what you call providing temporary or partial solution without touching the root matter of the curse. This is what breaking means. When you want to get rid of the tree itself, you will have to uproot and cast aside the tree stump. This is what you call providing a permanent solution where the curse is no more in existence, this is what uprooting means.
It’s shocking right? I know, I mean as a person who loves to learn, I can think of many different ways on how to explain breaking and uprooting curses, from Dr. Pauline’s view and anyone else’s. I bet you are thinking, but there are so many gaps in your summary. Well, you just have to buy and read Dr. Pauline’s new book to in-fill those gaps.
New Book: Strategic Deliverance Solution: Discover and Destroy Ancestral Curses by Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels
Posted on September 3rd, 2012 by delalinaf
Thanks be to God for letting us live to see another month. For if it wasn’t by His power and love, we would not be here today. The Lord really showed himself this morning at our Sunday service. With the strong and powerful praise and worship, the atmosphere was full of the Lord’s presence. The Lord showed Himself mightily. Everyone could not stop praising and worshiping before the Almighty God. We all came in one accord to lift up the name of Jesus. It was an awesome experience. Just to worship in His sanctuary and forget about every single problem is what the Lord wants us to do and that took place today. Sometimes, we need to do that. We need to stop asking all the time and just say thank you Father. Thank you everything. ! We know that the Lord is working on our side. Some of the songs that were on today’s praise and worship’s list were “Lord You Are Good” by Israel Houghton, “Highest Praise” by Martha Munizzi,” Chasing After You” by Bishop Paul Morton and more. With every hand lifted up and every voice crying unto God, we worshiped like we never worshiped before. God used the youths to lead us in praise and worship. After worshiping, we danced like David before the Lord with the songs “I will Praise Him Everyday” and “Jehovah You are the Most High”. During our time of dancing, the Lord used one of our ministers and told her the word Shabach. Shabach means “to address in a loud tone, to commend, to triumph, to exclaim, glory, shout”. We definitely shabached before our Creator. The youths once more led us into another song titled “We Have Overcome” by Israel Houghton. We are Overcomers in Jesus’ Name !!! No matter what your going through, tell the devil I have overcame ALL the obstacles and trials in my life by God’s grace. Our minister also encouraged us that everything we need, give it to the Lord. For we know that everything we need, God will provide it for us. We have to have faith. Praise be to God for letting us have a wonderful time in His presence and for Him dwelling among us. I encourage everyone to come and enjoy this wonderful time with us every Sunday. Don’t worry, if you cannot attend Sunday, come on Saturday. See the home page for more details. If you were touched by just hearing about it, imagine being there and feeling His presence all around you. We know that bigger and greater things are going to happen especially our BIG event that is coming the last week of October going into early November, Overcomer’s Expression. You do not want to miss this. Tell a friend to tell a friend and come out and be blessed with us !!! God Bless You!!
Posted on August 16th, 2012 by Shappire93
Another wonderful message given by our very own Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels took place on Sunday August 12, 2012. She continued from Saturday August 11, 2012 message, and she really took the church on a level that the youth were surprised to be on. As a youth myself, I never would have expected the Head of the Church to speak so outright- but she was positive with her approach. I have known Dr. Pauline for practically all my life, and I can definetly say that from this message and her new books Progressive Solution Prayers for Fruitfulness and Fulfillment and Destiny Solution Prayers: Lord, Make me Over, that Dr. Pauline will defiantly be my marriage counselor. That is not only because she is my Pastor, but because I feel in my heart that she knows what she is talking about. I mean she gives you real situations all throughout her messages. She uses herself as an example a lot just to prove that she has been through things and is standing here today to tell the tales.
Now to start this off, “Just like each country has it’s own way of making their own rice, each couple have their own special way of choosing their partners.” So that means when your friends or family members were able to marry their high school or college sweetheart or find their partner in a shopping mall, does not mean that you will have the same fate. The reason is that your partner may show up in a more romantic way or they even may be your best friend and you will not even know it until you hit that part of your life where your thoughts go to your future concerning marriage.
But here’s the thing you must remember is that when you are looking to get married, do not just pay attention to your Spouse but pay attention to their family too, because when the devil tries to cause havoc in your marriage you would not just want your family at your back but also your Spouse’s. But apart from paying attention you have to take notes to see what type of family does your future Spouse have. Do their parents not believe in marriage, but believe that people who love each other should just live together? Do your soon-to-be mother in law say little snide comments about your behavior or appearance? Does your Fiance act different when their family is around? And the list goes on, but it’s up to you to iron out all these problems before you get married to your Fiance or it will turn into a curse upon your marriage.
If I have not said it before I am saying it now, know what you are getting into because when you get married, the word “in-law” means that by legal right you have been adopted into their family. So that means you have to get to know your partner’s family before making that Big Step. So you have to make sure that your partner’s family loves you for you and is kind to you-to your face and behind your back. I mean I would not want someone to show me fake smiles and then plot my demise behind my back. You have to be prepared when you are thinking about marriage, prepared for the ups and downs. I mean married life seems fun but, what is your root? What is the foundation of your marriage? Is it God- who will help you and carry you on when you are experiencing those down points in your marriage? Or the Devil-who will want something in return for his help?
Like I wrote in the last blog, when you are dating deliberately offend your partner. The reason is because it is better to know the person you might marry before you wake up on morning during your marriage and ask yourself “Was he/she this way before I married him/her? Was he/she always this uptight or stubborn? Was he/she always this lazy or spoiled?” So before making that vow and professing your love to one another, ask yourself: Who am I getting married to? Are you getting married to someone who is like a friend and a Spouse to you? I mean I would like that, because then if we are best friends we can be honest to each other. He can tell me that the dress I have on reveals way too much and I need to cover up; or it can be the other way and I am telling him that he needs to loosen up and shake what his mama gave him. And then comes the nicknames that couples who are still in the Honeymoon phase 50 years later in their marriage.
I mean I would love to have that kind of relationship with my future Husband and his family, because then I would not have to worry about being hurt. Because your Spouse should be able to protect you and defend you. I mean everyone has those friends who, even if you were in jail, they would say “What oh no she/he was with me and we were shooting hoops/challenging each other in Dance Revolution on my Xbox.” That is the type of friend everyone should have, not the whole lying to save each other’s backs but the protector and defender part.
This message was based on Ruth chapter 1 verses 1-22, and the words that were the reason behind you having to not only pay attention to your Spouse but also to their family is verses 16 – 17:
16 And Ruth said, Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God:
17 Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried: the Lord do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me.
This message was also based on Malachi 2:14, and the part where it speaks about friendship, which can be companionship because your Spouse should always be your Right Hand in every important decision making part of your life. Malachi 2:14;
14 Yet ye say, Wherefore? Because the Lord hath been witness between thee and the wife of thy youth, against whom thou hast dealt treacherously: yet is she thy companion, and the wife of thy covenant.
And one last thing: Do not jump into a relationship and let your partner disrespect you, because you are God’s child and his children deserve better.
Posted on August 12th, 2012 by Shappire93
Today’s message was very intense, so intense that I would love to watch it all over again. Dr.Pauline Walley-Daniels really brought the house down with her message about Marriage and what comes before it. When remembering what she said at the beginning of the message was that “Relationships develop from everywhere.” When she said that, I completely agreed with her, because she explained it through an everyday example. For instance going to the bank, you say hi to the same Banker every Wednesday afternoon, and in the midst of the every Wednesday interaction you develop a relationship with that Banker. That is what she means by “relationships are developed everywhere”.
Dr. Pauline then started to talk about dating, but then there are two types of dating (conscious and unconscious). Conscious dating is when you and your significant other knows that you are compatible, and you want to discover each other more-but on a friendship level. Unconscious dating is when you and your significant other are just having a grand ole time, talking to each other everyday and just chilling with each other, because you like each other’s company; and it is not until some one, whether a parent or a friend, points out that you spend too much time with each other and that you are compatible. Dating is discovering who you are and who your significant other really is. It is “not for kissing, not for romancing, and not for having sex”- I totally agree with Dr. Pauline on this statement, because in the stage of discovery, your hormones should not be getting in the way of finding the truth in each other.
You need to experience dating because you can not just walk up to a random cute/handsome stranger and say, “Let’s get married”. You will never know who you are marrying because you did not take the time to discover your significant other. One important, is that “Dating is not a time to propose”, the time to propose is when you are 100% percent that you are ready. Dating is the time to “argue and see how you are able to make up with your significant other.” After discovering that you are compatibile with your significant other, begin to take notes and start praying, to ask God if he/she is the one. When dating, “know what you want and do not be pressured”.
Have you ever realized that some men give their girls promise rings in secret, but then when they give their females an engagement ring it is done in public? The reason is because of the confident that the man has in his female, the giving of the promise ring in the Courtship stage is them saying that, “You belong only to me”. And that is saying that, the female keeps her promise on being only his; and then when the man feels confident that she is actually the one, he brings their friends and family around to celebrate the love he has for his female. Then after the Courtship stage is ended, a ring is given, which is called the engagement ring. That explains why a promise ring is called a promise ring and not an engagement ring.
Now I finally understand why relationships happen the way they do. This message was based upon Genesis 2: 21-24 and the Youtube video will be put on the Youtube page in about a week or more.
Posted on August 6th, 2012 by Shappire93
This weekend was spectacular, the music, the dancers, the singing, the acting, the original rapping artists called “The Holy Ghost Movement” or “The Movement” for short, the words of advice and the word coming from the Lord was mind-blowing. No part of this weekend was dull, I am beyond amazed that the Youth of Overcomer’s House was able to pull off yet another Out-Of-This-World Youth Extravaganza. I am already thinking about the 3rd annual, which is scheduled for August 3rd, 2013, and what these amazing youths have in store for us.
The building was so packed, that the door had to be opened so that those who had no seat was still able to see and hear. And when the audience was not dancing or singing with the different churches, they were playing a very competitive game of Bible Jeopardy. One of the categorizes were Bible Jokes and each joke had everyone laughing. Awards were even given out to the churches who were present, and respectively prizes were handed to the winners of the Bible Jeopardy.
The 2 part of the 2nd annual Youth Extravaganza was ended with Bro. Chisom Mba doing the Sunday preaching, which was all about Pride. I have to say, that if you just thought that pride was a behavior- oh no you are wrong, pride is a “garment of clothing” that with the help of God can be removed. The one thing that really stood out to me-as being very true, was that even if you have a 30 second conversation, someone will be able to tell if you are filled with pride. When ending the sermon Bro. Chisom did a little test, he asked us to take our pens and drop them on the floor, he then instructed us to ask the person next to us to pick it up for us. This was not only a test for pride, but to also see if the person who was asked, was filled with meekness.
Now I know what to do when I want to test my friends. So now that you know what you missed this year, are you not going to put the next year’s Youth Extravaganza, which is being held on August 3rd, 2013 in your calendars?
Posted on July 28th, 2012 by chizzyi200
Our Youth Extravaganza is coming! ….Soon! Check it out on http://www.paulinewalley.org/event?id=321248403_GH325GH19
Everyone is welcome. If you and your youth choir would like to perform, just call or email us. Praise dances, poems, and of course songs are all welcome (as well as a number of other things that worship God). We can’t wait to see you there.
There will be performances from Light of the World Church, Christ Delight Ministries, Eagles’ Nest Chapel, Camp David, and more! Our own Overcomers’ stars will be there as well!
Like this on Facebook if you’re as excited as we are! (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pauline-Walley-Evangelistic-Ministries/134260206667022)
Posted on July 17th, 2012 by Shappire93
Do you know the meaning of friendship? If you know the meaning by researching 5 seconds ago or from your life experiences then you would know it means something along these lines:
“Where there is friendship, there is likely to be a mutual understanding that could help the development of respect for each other.” –Chapter 14 “Progressive Dating Relationships”
I bet you are wondering what does this have to do with anything. Well, did you know that the most successful marriages have to do with understanding each other and communicating with one another—in my opinion. So when you begin dating, and I mean serious dating not the ‘oh we will be breaking up in a month or soon and I will just move on’, I am talking about that ‘we may end up married’ type serious dating; and so when you are at that level of dating you have to treat it like a friendship so that if you have no one else around you, you will have your partner and God to love you for yourself. The reason is because, your best friends love you for yourself and that is the type of relationship we should have when dating, because you never know if he or she will be your life partner. If you do not treat your partner like your best friend you would be practically marrying a stranger—once again that is in my own opinion.
Blog Based On: Progressive Solution Prayers for Fruitfulness and Fulfillment by Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels
Posted on July 16th, 2012 by Shappire93
“Without relationships, we humans would be isolated in a manner that would make it possible for insecurity and suspicion to destroy our existence” – Chapter 13 “Progressive Relationships”
Well isn’t that something, and here I thought without relationships we can become stronger. In fact I used to separate myself from everyone, because I thought I can do without anyone in my life. But over the years I found out I was wrong and this quote proved me right. I mean, as I am at an age to be thinking of marriage I look around me and see all the lovely couples, and I realize God did not put females and males on earth to be lonely and single. He has put us on earth to experience love and find love.
But the first and foremost thing we all have to know is that God’s love is the number 1 love that will leave us wanting for more. But it is just up to us to open our hearts and let him in. I know, I know times are hard you want to find someone to love you and that is why you want to be in a human to human relationship, but the question is how can you love someone without loving yourself? Think about it, if you open your heart to the Lord, not only would you love him but you would love yourself, because he would be living in you and in your heart.
Blog Based On: Progressive Solution Prayers for Fruitfulness and Fulfillment by Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels
Posted on July 16th, 2012 by Shappire93
Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels has written a lot of books—each one as touching as the last. But in this book Progressive Solution Prayers for Fruitfulness and Fulfillment, it is so different; it has stories and real-life situations that each and every person, who is dealing with pain and unforgettable past experiences, can learn from and move on into their destiny.
As I am at a marriageable age, there were a few chapters that caught my interest. It all took place in Part 5 called “The Relationship Cycle” between the chapters of 13 to 16. And over the next days as I am continuing to read those interesting chapters I will be giving you a little taste of the wisdom that God has bestowed on Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels that has touched my heart, spirit, and soul.
-Roshane Rowe (Social Media Coordinator – Pauline Walley Evangelistic Ministries)
Posted on June 27th, 2012 by chizzyi200
As we all know the internet is growing, fast. Our ministry has a lot to share, Dr. Pauline in particular. She’ll be posting here. She’ll post her thoughts and comment on world events and their relation to the kingdom of God. We’re gonna have a blast talking Christianity. We’ll even have some of our youth get involved. Come back and join us here for daily reads. And remember, comment and let us know what you think.
-Chisom Mba (Head of Engineering – Pauline Walley Evangelistic Ministries)