Who Is This God? – November Thanksgiving Service

Who Is This God? – November Thanksgiving Service

This Message was taught by Rev. Dunamis on Sunday, 3rd of November 2019

  • Isaiah 60:1
  • God is our Father, whom we can relate with, not some being in the cosmos who is not interested in our affairs.
  • God is saying “ARISE”
  • Life begins when we arise and shine
Praises!!!

To arise means;

  • To ascend; mount up – Isaiah 40:31
  • To emerge from below the horizon – Micah 7:8
  • To get out of bed – Ephesians 5:14
  • To begin, to spring up
  • To Revive from the dead
  • To begin to act – Micah 6:1
  • To appear or become known
  • To put in motion
  • To be excited
  • To emerge from poverty and lack
  • To appear in a particular character

What Does it Mean to Shine?

  • It means to have steady radiation of light, to be bright, unclouded, beautiful, distinguished, clearly published, gorgeous, stunning, striking, astonishing, radiating – Matthew 5:16
Pastor Sophia Okunowo

All over scriptures, God is revealed, his works, manifestation.

  • In Genesis – God of Promise
  • In Exodus – God of Power
  • In Leviticus – God of purity
  • In Numbers – God of Perseverance
  • In Deuteronomy – God of Preparation
  • In Joshua – God of the Land
  • In Judges – God of the rebels
  • In Ruth – God of Redemption
  • In 1st Samuel – God of the Heart
  • In 2nd Samuel – God of the Throne
  • In 1st and 2nd Kings – God of Israel
  • In 1st and 2nd Chronicles – God of Judah
  • In Ezra – God of the Temple
  • In Nehemiah – God of the Wall
  • In Esther – God of the Gallows
  • In Job – God of pain (the one that can take away every pain)
  • In psalms – God of Praise
  • In Proverbs – God of Prudence
  • In Ecclesiastes – God of Purpose
  • In Songs of Solomon – God of Passion
  • In Isaiah – God of Glory
  • In Jeremiah – God of weeping
  • In Lamentations – God of Faithfulness
  • In Ezekiel – God of vision
  • In Daniel – God of History
  • In Hosea – God of the unfaithful
  • In Joel – God of the Locust
  • In Amos – God of Oppressed
  • In Obadiah – God of the Mountain
  • In Jonah – God of Compassion
  • In Micah – God of Justice
  • In Nahum – God of Wrath
  • Habakkuk – God of Sovereignty
  • Zephaniah – God of Restoration
  • Haggai – God of Renewal
  • In Zechariah – God of Restoration
  • In Malachi – God of Worship
  • In Matthew – God of the Jews
  • In Mark – God of the Romans
  • In Luke – God of the Outcast
  • In John – God of the World
  • In Acts – God of Power
  • In Romans – God of Righteousness
  • In 1st Corinthians – God of Holiness
  • In 2nd Corinthians – God of Weakness
  • In Galatians – God of Justification
  • In Ephesians – God of Unity
  • In Philippians – God of Joy
  • In Colossians – God of Pre-eminence
  • In 1st Thessalonians – God of Encouragement
  • In 2nd Thessalonians – God of Admonishment
  • In 1st Timothy – God of Godliness
  • In 2nd Timothy – God of Endurance
  • In Titus – God of Works
  • In Philemon – God of Reconciliation
  • In Hebrews – God of Fulfilment
  • In James – God of Trial
  • In 1st Peter – God of the persecuted
  • In 2nd Peter – God of Patience
  • In 1st John – God of Love
  • In 2nd John – God of Truth
  • In 3rd John – God of Discernment
  • In Jude – God of Protection
  • In Revelation – God of the future
Rev. Dunamis Okunowo

Who is Jesus?

He is the King of the Jews, Racial King, King of Israel, King of Righteousness, King of Glory, King of the ages. He is the sinner’s saviour, unique, unparalleled, irresistible, and indescribable.

  • Matthew shows him as the fulfiller
  • Mark as the Wonder Worker
  • Luke as the friend of sinners
  • John 1 as the unique God
  • John 2 as Son of man
  • John 3 as the Divine Teacher
  • John 4 as the Supreme soul winner
  • John 5 as the great physician
  • John 6 as the Bread of Life
  • John 7 as the water of life
  • John 8 as the Defender of the weak
  • John 9 as the light of the world
  • John 10 as the Good shepherd
  • John 11 as the Resurrection and the life
  • John 12 – King that rode triumphantly
  • John 13 – Servants role
  • John 14 – Counsellor
  • John 15 – True Vine
  • John 16 – Giver of the Spirit
  • John 17 – Great intercessor
  • John 18 – The sufferer
  • John 19 –The uplifted Saviour
  • John 20 – He raised Himself

God loves us, He died for us while we were yet sinners, the only way to respond to his love is to love.

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