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EDITORIAL: Restoring Your Mind's Capabilities (click here for full article)
by Pastor May Ijisesan

James 1:21 "Wherefore lay aside all filthiness and superfluity of naughtiness, and receive with meekness the engrafted word which is able to save your souls."

The Word is the instrument for the salvation of the soul. The Word restores the mind. If you had an old but valuable chair, a rare antique, maybe a priceless treasure that has been in the family for decades and it got worn out, you wouldn't throw it away would you? I sure hope not. You would look for an artisan with great skill. The artisan would carefully restore the piece of furniture to its original state of grace. The Word of God is that skillful artisan that restores your mind to its original state of grace. Your mind is too valuable to waste. After your spirit, your mind is the next greatest treasure that you possess. Let us look at a few scriptures that show us the effect of God's Word on the mind.

Psalm 119: 129-130, "Thy testimonies are wonderful therefore doth my soul keep them. The entrance of your Word giveth light; it giveth understanding to the simple."

The Psalmist said the entrance (or meditation of thy (God's) Word gives light. Light here means illumination. Have you ever seen these comics where someone suddenly had a bright idea?....

FAITH; BUYING POWER (click here for full article)
By Tunde Adefolaju

I have great buying power. People call me filthy rich and I agree. Oh yes I have money. I can buy anything anytime anywhere I want. I haven’t always been like this. I was abject poor. Living below the bottom of the barrel, times I knew not where my next meal would come from. Then one day I woke up mad. I rebelled. What made me different from the other man sitting up in a pent house making executive decisions, I mean I have a brain, I have my 2 feet, body built like a fighter. What separated me and him?

The answer was simple, he had money, plenty of it and I did not. Money was the great divide Money, gets you everywhere. From the company of luxury to the caress of comfort. From the accolades of men to the pride of princes, money separated the fool from the wise, money made the world go round. Some call it currency. And then, the next question came up. What did he know that I did not? What did he have access to that I did not? Information?

Okay, so I made up my mind, I would acquire all the information I could get and apply it. So I started. You would find me everyday from dawn to dusk in the library studying about money. I self educated myself and now today, I stand proudly before man and kind to say I have buying power. So now, I have all that currency can bring my way....

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