• Chapter 11

    I learnt in this chapter that we are the ambassadors sent by the King Jesus to represent and transact the business of the Kingdom of God in the kingdoms of the world, that Our assignment as ambassadors of the Kingdom is a lifetime commitment, and Once we have accepted this commission, we cannot look back, so we need to be strong in the…[Read more]

  • Chapter 10

    I have got to know regarding what I learnt in this chapter that Knowledge of the spiritual truths of the Kingdom was given to the disciples because they had spiritual minds. Those without spiritual minds heard the parables and failed to understand them because spiritual truths can only be understood by a spiritual mind, and I believe…[Read more]

  • Chapter 9
    It was now I really understand what it means when Jesus said no man seweth a piece of new cloth on an old garment: else the new
    piece that filled it up taketh away from the old, and the rent is made worse and no man putteth new wine into old bottles; else the new wine will burst
    the bottles, and be spilled, and the bottles shall perish,…[Read more]

  • Chapter 8

    I came to understand in this chapter that those who are blessed do not hold the conventional values of society, and that the word “blessed” used in this passage means to be approved by God and I was furthered informed that there is a difference between being blessed and being happy. Being blessed depends on God and is unaffected by…[Read more]

  • Chapter 7

    It is good for me to understand that residency in the Kingdom of God requires a new lifestyle governed by the laws of the Kingdom, and to know life in the spiritual Kingdom affects the quality of life in the visible world, and also to know the lifestyle of the Kingdom is exactly opposite of the lifestyle of the kingdoms of the world, so…[Read more]

  • Chapter 6

    I could understand now that a Biblical principle is a spiritual truth taught in Scriptur, and Such principles often incorporate additional subordinate principles which apply to many different situations.e.g. one Biblical principle taught by Jesus is “Give and ye shall receive.” Its subordinate truths apply to
    giving money, material…[Read more]

  • Chapter 5

    In this chapter I’ve got to know that becoming a resident of the Kingdom of God requires more than a verbal commitment. It involves changes in thought and action pattern, therefore I believe I must develop a new lifestyle consistent with the patterns and principles of God’s Kingdom.

  • Chapter 4

    It is very clear to me now that the keys to the Kingdom were the power to bind and loose. And to bind something means to put fetters or a bond on it. It is like closing and locking the door to a room. and to loose something is to release or set it free. Which means It is similar to opening the door to a room, Glory be to God.

  • Chapter 3

    I now came to understand that God had offered to extend His Kingdom through a man, but the Kingdom had been rejected. Because, Man lost the inheritance prepared for Him by God from the foundation of the world and Satan took control of the earth. But Glory be to God Almighty that in this darkest hour came the promise of God to restore…[Read more]

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    Chapter 2

    Everything about Jesus is quite amazing for Jesus is the King of kings because He rules over a Kingdom that is eternal and sovereign. The
    Kingdom of God that Jesus will be in charge will never come to an end. It will never be overthrown by revolution, and there will never be another ruler who will succeed the King of kings.

  • Chapter 1

    Now I know that there is no difference between kingdom of heaven and kingdom of God because I was made to understand that the expression “Kingdom of Heaven” is also used as a name for the Kingdom of God, before I was thinking they are different.

  • Chapter 16

    In this chapter I was made o understand that Just as I do in teaching, i must gain and hold the attention of the audience, and I must present the lesson in an orderly way, and as well I must make life and ministry applications in the sermon and I must call for response to the revelation of God’s Word.

  • Chapter 15

    In this chapter I could understand the difference between teaching and preaching which I didn’t know before. I was made to know that teaching is the act of instructing others while preaching is the act of delivering a discourse [a sermon or systematic examination of a subject] which instructs others in a formal manner.

  • Chapter 14

    I love a teacher training program of which I was taught in this chapter what I must do to bring about spiritual multiplication, that teaching faithful men who are able to teach others was the plan of the Biblical plan of spiritual multiplication, and If I am to fulfill this plan, I must constantly be training

  • Chapter 13

    The way I was taught in this chapter especially about how I can teach is quite amazing that if I am to teach the Gospel to every person, then I must have a plan to reach the illiterate, that I cannot reach everyone with the written message of God’s Word and I cannot assume they must learn to read before they can be reached with the Gospel.

  • Chapter 12

    I was made to know that the most important thing to remember in curriculum selection is that curriculum written by man is not our final authority, that the Bible is the one and only authority for the Christian teacher, and that curriculum must be carefully examined to be sure it is doctrinally sound.

  • Chapter 11

    I learnt from this chapter that I should not be discouraged by problems in the teaching situation, that I should Use them as opportunities to learn and improve my teaching tactics, that Problems can be corrected through prayer and change, that I can change to correct some problems, that Jesus did not give up on His disciples, He did…[Read more]

  • Chapter 10

    from this chapter, lesson planning is what interest me most where I came to know that there are some steps to follow, by which I have to prepare spiritually,
    study the lesson, analyse the audience, set objectives and outline The basic sections Of the lesson.

  • Chapter 9

    As the Bible reveals that each believer has at least one spiritual gift, so It is the responsibility of the Christian teacher to help students discover their spiritual gifts.

  • Chapter 8

    Analysis of audience which I learnt in this lesson gives me insight into how I should be teaching people. I enjoy the steps and guide which will enable me to teach people from any part of the world.

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