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Welcome to weekly podcast of Overcomers' Chapel. Sermons by our Lead Pastor, Pastor Femi Olawale and ministers at Overcomers' Chapel. For more information, visit: www.rccgovercomerschapel.org.

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Welcome to weekly podcast of Overcomers' Chapel. Sermons by our Lead Pastor, Pastor Femi Olawale and ministers at Overcomers' Chapel. For more information, visit: www.rccgovercomerschapel.org.

    Sing HIS PRAISES Pastor Femi Olawale

    Sing HIS PRAISES Pastor Femi Olawale

    Pastor Femi Olawale started the sermon by sharing the scripture documented in the book of Psalms. He defined praise as an expression of admiration, and he went on to explain what it means to sing God’s praises. He taught us from the lives of patriarchs of old like Jacob, Abraham, Moses, Deborah, Elijah, and he showed us the greatness and vastness of God from various bible verses. He rounded up the sermon by encouraging us not to focus on ourselves, our lives, and what we can receive from God, but rather to change the focus to worshiping God and praising Him for who He is.

    • 56 min
    The Ever Increasing Christian Life Pastor Wonuola Adetayo

    The Ever Increasing Christian Life Pastor Wonuola Adetayo

    Pastor Wonuola Adetayo started the sermon by sharing the scripture documented in the book of Luke. She told us what a Christian life entails. She then shared four seasons that every man must pass through in life. She described each season, and detailed the responsibilities required of us. The four seasons she spoke about are; the birth and dependency season, the season of independence and planting, the reaping and harvesting season, and the time to die. She rounded up the sermon by telling us that God is sovereign and not every man gets to go through all four seasons. Hence, we must always be in a state of readiness for Him at all times.

    • 43 min
    REJOICE A Tool For Victory Deacon Emmanuel Emuze

    REJOICE A Tool For Victory Deacon Emmanuel Emuze

    Deacon Emmanuel Emuze started the sermon by sharing the scripture documented in Paul’s first epistle to the Thessalonians . He define what it means to rejoice, then he spoke on three subtopics; rejoice, a beatitude for being saved; sharing our rejoicing with others; and rejoicing as a tool for victory. He gave us various principles on the benefits and effects of our rejoicing from the scriptures. He rounded up the sermon by telling us that in order to rejoice, we must live a life holy and acceptable unto God.

    • 38 min
    With joy from wells of SALVATION Pastor Femi Olawale

    With joy from wells of SALVATION Pastor Femi Olawale

    Pastor Femi Olawale started the sermon by sharing the scripture documented in the book of Isaiah. He told us that we are to come to the Lord with a joyful disposition and with rejoicing. He showed us three ways we get this joy, which becomes like a rope that enters into the wells of salvation. He proceeded to tell us seven things we can find in the wells of salvation. He rounded up the sermon by telling us what happens when we refuse to rejoice and choose to grumble instead.

    • 56 min
    3 Essentials of HARVEST Pastor Femi Olawale

    3 Essentials of HARVEST Pastor Femi Olawale

    Pastor Femi Olawale started the sermon by sharing the scriptures documented in the book of Genesis. The three essentials he taught on are, “Get a land”, “Ask God for His Blessings upon your land”, and “Obey God”. He exhorted us on each of the essentials and gave us key principles on each point. He rounded up by leading us to pray four important prayer points.

    • 47 min
    WHAT ARE YOU PLANTING Pastor Kayode Adeleye

    WHAT ARE YOU PLANTING Pastor Kayode Adeleye

    Pastor Kayode Adeleye started the sermon by sharing the scriptures documented in the book of Genesis, and Paul’s epistle to the Galatians. He explained to us that ‘sowing and reaping’ is a law of nature, and it can have positive or negative connotations. He told us that our actions are seeds, and he gave us examples of some negative seeds people sow in their day to day lives. He went further to give us more examples of people who sowed seeds from the scriptures and the harvest they reaped. He rounded up the sermon by telling us that the best harvest we can ever reap is the harvest of eternity.

    • 34 min

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