Join City Chapel Pastors Abbiih and Jonathan Oloyede as they bring you daily devotionals that will transform and elevate your spiritual journey.
How can we exercise our faith? Jonathan Oloyede speaks on the gift of prophecy.
Abbiih Oloyede shares the context for the Proverbs 31 Woman and what we can learn from her.
When we fail and fall down in life, the beauty is we can get back up again. Jonathan Oloyede encourages us through the story of Moses and how he returned to Egypt to set the Israelites free.
Christ should be our foundation. Abbiih Oloyede encourages us to pursue after godliness and honour God.
Fame and wealth does not offer happiness. Jonathan Oloyede warns of the dangers of greed and becoming unsatisfied with what we have.
We don't like to be controlled but we like to control. Abbiih Oloyede speaks on the topics of power, effect and respect in our relationships.
We cannot be separated from God's love. Jonathan Oloyede shares the how God's lavish love drives out our anxiety and fear.
Abbiih Oloyede examines the diligence of the Proverbs 31 Woman and how we can learn from the discipline, positive attitude and hard work she demonstrates.
How do we stay focused on what is important? Jonathan Oloyede reminds us of Jesus last words to His disciples, before he ascended into heaven, known as the Great Commission.
How can we steward our resources well? Abbiih Oloyede explores the creativity of the Proverbs 31 Woman and how she used what she had to provide for her family.
What is God's will for us? Jonathan Oloyede looks at the principle of abiding in God's love to enable us to be fruitful in our life.
Our behaviour doesn't need to be controlled by our emotions. Abbiih Oloyede encourages us to strengthen ourselves in God to keep our emotions in check.
How can we be effective in sharing the Gospel? Jonathan Oloyede shares how we can easily be salt and light in our home, community and workplace.
We have need of endurance in life. Abbiih Oloyede inspires us to increase our confidence in ourselves and in our abilities.
God see our potential and purpose. Jonathan Oloyede recounts the story of Gideon and how God called him to be a great leader despite his social status.
Are we aware of what we say? Abbiih Oloyede challenges us to consider the negative things we say to others about ourselves and become a blessing instead.