Pastor Mathew Gives Teaching How Spirit Of Just Men Are Made Perfect

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In a profound message delivered by  Pastor Mathew James Eleojo of Solemn Faith International Church located at road No 21 Federal Housing Estate Woji Port-harcourt, he delved into the significance of “The Spirit of Just Men,” emphasizing its connection to the spirit of fathers of faith.

Referencing biblical passages such as Matthew 17:1-5, Genesis 28:10-16, and Hebrews 6:12, the pastor stressed the pivotal role of acknowledging and honouring spiritual fathers for a successful life journey.

Pastor James underscored the reasons why individuals need spiritual fathers, including the importance of genuine impartation (Numbers 11:16-25) and seeking fatherly blessings (Genesis 27:1-30).

He highlighted the necessity of fatherly instructions and directions (Proverbs 1:8, 1 Kings 3:3) and the crucial aspect of spiritual coverage (1 Samuel 19:18-24, 2 Kings 5:26, 1 Kings 13:1).

Emphasizing the qualifications for attaining the spirit of Just Men, the pastor urged followers to avoid unrighteous living and to honour spiritual leaders genuinely.

Quoting scriptures such as Hebrews 12:23, Proverbs 4:18, and Acts 10:1-5, he encouraged moral righteousness, uprightness, and equitable living.

The pastor conveyed a powerful message encapsulated in the quote, “It takes Impartation to enjoy Manifestation,” emphasizing the need for impartation before manifestation.

He elaborated on the idea that blessings from spiritual fathers are instrumental in escaping life’s challenges and achieving wealth.

Providing biblical references from Ephesians 1:3 to Ecclesiastes 6:7, he linked spiritual blessings to prosperity and direction.

In the service’s highlights, the pastor revealed instances of instant healings and deliverance through the mantle of the fathers, showcasing the tangible impact of acknowledging and honoring spiritual authority.

The congregation witnessed healings of various kinds, underlining the transformative power associated with the spirit of Just Men.

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