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Everything About Life is a Seed – Bishop Chioma Dauji …Seed is spiritual and physical – Bishop Amao-Thomas


Everything About Life is a Seed – Bishop Chioma Dauji …Seed is spiritual and physical – Bishop Amao-Thomas 

The annual convention and 27 years anniversary thanksgiving service of of Amazing Grace Pentecostal Church (AGPC) themed, “Your Seed Speaks” became avenue of inspiration, impartation and insightful words of revelation from the presiding bishop, Bishop (Dr.) Chioma Dauji and the guest minister, Bishop Sam Amao-Thomas as they respectfully remarked that life is a seed.

Bishop Chioma Dauji, the presiding bishop & General Overseer/Host, Amazing Grace Pentecostal Church, Lagos in thanksgiving mode.

The expectations at the 3 days programme that features prophetic proclamation, testimonies and thanksgiving proved that Jesus is the great Seed God planted in Abraham as a promise. 

Apostle Baba Dauji in worship mood with Bishop Sam Amao-Thomas during the thanksgiving

“Jesus is the great seed God made as a promise to Abraham and by His death, burial and resurrection, Jesus became a sown on the ground, germinated and birthed more seed of believers that believes the gospel through faith and by this seed, we are equally a product of Jesus Christ the great seed promised by God”, Bishop Dauji stated.

Bishop Taiwo Akinola, a special guest minister, speaking at the thanksgiving.

She admonished, “God is the sower of seed and the giver of strength with resources and life to be fruitful. But, the devil sponsors actions aimed at destroying the seed of God in us. Therefore, we must be able to discern the wiles of the devil and protect the special treasure, which is the seed of God in us.”

It was an atmosphere of worship, praise, prayer, prophecy and testimonies.

Speaking at the thanksgiving service as guest speaker, Bishop Sam Amao-Thomas said, everything about life, including all we do and say, is a seed. “Don’t get it wrong, seed is not only in money and materials. Also in your deeds, actions and words. Seed is spiritual and physical”, he explained.

Bishop Amao-Thomas ministering at the convention final day

“Be deliberate about your service and commitment to God. Coming to church service late and sleeping during the service, is a bad seed sown into a spiritual life”, he admonished.

The Amazing Voices with their captivating ministration

He described life as, first spiritual and then physical seed that is best lived by the influence of the spirit. “Seeds are products of fruits that transcends generations and can be positive or negative in life. But Christians must kill every negative thought in their mind and have good character that must be intentional about sowing seeds that bear good fruit of service to God and in the church”, he said.

L-r: Pastor Oseni Olawale, Apostle Baba Dauji, Pastor Ray Fee Yugbowvre, Bishop Chioma Dauji (host) and Pastor Joseph Nwadubasim at the AGPC convention/anniversary

He highlighted four areas that must be avoided with right attitude to enjoy the fruits of seeds;

  1. Excuses – a failure is one full of excuses and a lie told to give excuses is a seed.
  2. Procrastination – it’s a bad seed that must be dealt with and done away with in life.
  3. Indiscipline – you can discipline everything in your life and whatever you can’t discipline, you have lost it.
  4. Unfaithfulness – let your seeds be positive and genuine. Your yes should be yes and no to be no.

Bishop Amao-Thomas charged Christians to be kind to one another. “Be kind to one another, If you don’t show kindness, favour will not come. There’s nothing like luck with God, it is the favour of God”, and pleaded, always give thanks to God with a heart of thanksgiving. “Thanksgiving fuels you in life, without it you are ingrate and ingrate has no future with God. When you don’t thank God, you’re blinded and cannot see the goodness of God and what He is doing”, he said.

Other guest speakers during the annual convention and anniversary include Bishop Taiwo Akinola, Pastor Ray Efe Yugbowvre, Pastor Joseph Nwadubasim and Pastor Olawale Oseni.

Apostle Baba & Bishop (Dr.) Chioma Dauji (hosts) during the anniversary/convention