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Keeping your Heart right: The gateway to the blessing flow

KEEPING YOUR HEART RIGHT: THE GATEWAY TO THE BLESSING FLOW SCRIPTURE READING: MATTHEW 5:8 & PSALM 24:3-5  THE SEARCH FOR BLESSINGS, BREAKTHROUGH, ETC….. Everywhere, street corners, you have churches or houses or special places where people

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THE DEED OF GOD THE JUDGEMENT OF GRACE

The Deed Of God, the Judgement Of Grace

I  THE DEED OF GOD The redemption proceeds from God. To see in the idea of redemption an appeasement of the divine wrath would be to lapse into mythology. When such expressions are in theological literature or in the faith-declarations of the

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29Jun
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The Thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy…John 10:10 Scripture: John 10:7-10

The Big Question Year of Faith: We began our spiritual Journey this year with the launching ceremony of the Year of Faith which began from the 11th of October 2012 and will end on November 24th, Feast of Christ the King. Last Saturday, the official

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Eucharistic Paga is our Calling

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In each and every situation of life we can offer to the Father the Body and Blood of His Son. In all joys and pains, in life and in death we are members of the Body of the Son of God, and so Christ continues His life and death in us. In all circumstances and all places and at all times, CIPALAM members can say:

Father, Behold thy Son!

Father, Behold the broken Body of thy Son!

Father, behold the Blood of thy Son poured out for us.

 
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Membership shall be open to Catholics, baptized Christians and people of Goodwill who have successfully filled the membership form and completed the course on how to be an intercessor. At the end of the course, members shall make a commitment in a special ceremony during the Eucharistic celebration.

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UPCOMING EVENTS
07 Oct 2016
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Every Thursday of the week members of the Catholic intercessory Paschal Lamb (CIPALAM) of the Diocese of Buea gather at their Molyko quarters to

Molyko
Molyko, Cameroon

When we say Mary, she says Jesus OR Father, Behold thy Son

These are the spiritual slogans of The catholic Intercessory paschal Lamb ministry(CIPALAM), Diocese of Buea

WHAT MEMBERS ARE SAYING

My mother was so sick and we saw her dying gradually. We all desperately needed Jesus more than ever before, but every time we tried to get closer to Christ, we did not find any excitement. Our home was beginning to crumble because we could no longer feel and enjoy the warm we shared before sickness had cropped it and it was sapping away the better part of our family funds. Sunday masses were not enough to make our Faith level grow. Mum was sick and frail to do Novenas all alone. Worst still, not too long after she passed on. But what could we do?

Barister AWUNGJIA TETEHUWKWI
Buea, Cameroon

The week of Mercy has been very enriching after the deliverance at the cathedral, i slept like a bay

NGOLE CHRISTIANA EMADE
Buea

I wish to thank God almighty for our Pope, Pope Francis and spiritual Director Rev Fr Nkeze for the opportunity given to me to know about the door of mercy andgo through theit, and may others, the week of mercy was so enriching, certainly my life will never be the same again

Mbah Lucas
Buea

MY PUSH INTO THE MINISTRY OF INTERCESSION
My mother was so sick and we saw her dying gradually. We all desperately needed Jesus more than ever before, but every time we tried to get closer to Christ, we did not find any excitement. Our home was beginning to crumble because we could no longer feel and enjoy the warm we shared before sickness had cropped it and it was sapping away the better part of our family funds. Sunday masses were not enough to make our Faith level grow. Mum was sick and frail to do Novenas all alone. Worst still, not too long after she passed on. But what could we do?
The troubles and problems we faced seem too big for us to bear. We called them “troublems”. No matter how much we tried, we could not solve them on our own. We needed to turn to the Lord in a more intimate and personal way. This move, we all bent on embarking on.
But the greatest problem was that I could not get everyone in the family move along with me on the same pace. So I had to pray and trust God that we all get there some day. I needed to stand in that gap and get my siblings in with me. I had to intercede for us all. Why intercede? Because, intercessory prayers will plead with God for our needs and the needs of others. But it is also much more than that. Intercession will involve taking hold of God's will and refusing to let go until His will comes to pass.
Intercession is warfare -- the key to God's battle plan for our lives. But the battleground is not of this earth. The Bible says, "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places" (Eph. 6:12).
Intercessory prayer takes place in this spiritual world where the battles for our own lives, our families, our friends and our nation are won.
I began realizing that as a baptized Christian, I am God's daughter (John 1:12). As His child, I am privy to be a “Paga” person. At any time, I can with holy boldness call upon God and there will be a meeting of heaven and earth. This is the assurance he gives us when he say “Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need” (Heb. 4:16)
This incredible access to God was my basis for joining the intercessory ministry.  From teachings during the first ever Lent journey which we took with Rev Fr George NKEZE, I realized that once you are in God's presence, you can now discover His battle plan for each situation you are facing. Because prayer alone is not enough, we need a target for your prayers!
To discover God's plan, all you have to do is ask. The Bible says that "if any of you need wisdom, you should ask God, and it will be given to you" (James 1:5).  I realized that, when we ask God for wisdom, His desires will become the focus of our prayers. When God changes the way you think. Then you will know how to do everything that is good and pleasing to Him
I realized that Intercessory prayer is a serious matter. And just like soldiers who are preparing for battle, we cannot take on the enemy if we leave our weapons behind. That's why we must go into "battle" armed for spiritual conflict (2 Cor. 10:3,4).
Above all, i recognize that Jesus is in control of each situation I faced. Jesus "rules over forces, authorities, powers, and rulers ... over all beings in this world and will rule in the future world as well" (Eph. 1:21). He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Then, I tried to put on "all God’s armor" (Eph. 6) so that i will be ready to fight with God's weapons.
Next, I realized that I can use spiritual authority to bind the works of Satan, knowing that Jesus has given me authority to defeat the power of the enemy (Luke 10:19
Finally, it gave me immeasurable comfort knowing that I am not alone: Jesus who is an awesome God is also interceding on my behalf!
I realized also that intercessory prayers must be persistent. It is prayer that doesn't give up. It's the kind of prayer that endures all setbacks and overcomes every obstacle. This kind of prayer is the key to seeing breakthroughs in your life (and in the lives of those around you). Jesus assures us that, "Everyone who asks will receive, everyone who searches will find, and the door will be opened for everyone who knocks" (Luke 11:10). Those words mean keep on asking, keep on seeking, keep on knocking. In God's time, your persistence in intercessory prayer will reap a spiritual harvest in your life and the lives of those around you!

Barister AWUNGJIA TETEHUWKWI
Buea, Cameroon

 

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