Men May Give Award But God Gives “REWARDS” – Says Pastor Mathew

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In a compelling sermon at the Solemn Faith International Church in Woji, Port Harcourt, Pastor Mathew James Eleojo   declared, “Men may give awards, but God bestows a divine reward.”

The pastor addressed the congregation on the theme “Access To Kingdom Double Reward,” urging believers to understand the significance of their service to God.

Key Points from Pastor Mathew James Eleojo’s Message:

Pastor Eleojo stressed that believers serve a God who acknowledges and rewards their efforts (Hebrews 11:6, Revelation 22:12, 1 Corinthians 3:8).

The pastor emphasized that every level of service comes with its unique reward, citing biblical references (Revelation 22:12, 2 Corinthians 9:6-8, Deuteronomy 28:47-48).

Attendees were reminded that they are determinants of their own level of reward (Revelation 22:12, 1 Corinthians 3:8).

Pastor Eleojo highlighted that God knows believers by name and their life circumstances (Isaiah 45:1, Acts 9:4, Revelation 2:13, Acts 9:11).

The pastor outlined factors leading to a double reward, including genuine service, kingdom prosperity, and addressing family battles through faith (Proverbs 29:18, Hebrews 11:6, Deuteronomy 28:46-48, Ruth 1:4,6,16).

Various aspects of service were linked to specific rewards, such as glory, rest, and overcoming family battles (Isaiah 58:6-8, Luke 2:36-38, Malachi 3:17-18, 2 Chronicles 15:13, Joshua 24:14-15).

Notable Quotes from Pastor Eleojo:

“Men may give you awards, but God gives rewards” (Isaiah 61:7, Revelation 2:2,9,13,19).
“God uses your service to him to service your life in return” (Deuteronomy 28:47-48).
“All-round rest is a reward of your service” (2 Chronicles 15:13).
“Rest will remain a promise until service is offered” (Hebrews 4:11, Isaiah 14:3).
“The battles of the family can be overturned if the place of service is in place” (Joshua 24:14-15).

The Glorious Voice Choir members presented special numbers during the service, creating an atmosphere of spiritual reflection and connection.

The congregation engaged in special prayers, and there were moments of healing experienced.

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