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Only Jesus Christ gives liberally without discrimination, says CAC General Secretary, Pastor Mapur

The General Secretary of CAC Worldwide, Pastor E.E. Mapur





By ‘Gbenga Bankole


The General Secretary of Christ Apostolic Church, Worldwide Pastor E.E. Mapur has noted that it is only Jesus Christ who is merciful that gives liberally without discrimination.



He said that Jesus is the revelation of God in man and he is the invisible God made visible, stating that He is what exactly what we need in Nigeria in this time.



Pastor Mapur noted that the name of Jesus Christ is a real, practical, wonder-working, result-producing name there is no doubt.



The General Secretary who noted this while preaching on the theme “Jesus of Nazareth” at the just concluded Apostle Joseph Ayo Babalola Power Explosion, Erio 2018 said; “when a person is given authority to speak or act in the name of a King or of a Chief Executive, his speaking or acting carries with it the full power vested in the ruler together with that of the entire government behind him. When using the name with full authority, we speak in the name of Jesus Christ, the anointed Son of God, the Saviour unto whom has been given all authority in heaven and on earth. We become even as he is in this world and we set in motion a mighty though invisible force to accomplish that where to our word sent.”



According to him, Jesus Christ is the open door and by this door we may enter into visible possession of the good that He has for us.



He further stated that we must first stop all external planning for escape and then enter in by faith and by continual affirmation that Christ is now the open door made visible.



“The Hebrew name Jesus means savior, Christ means “the anointed of God.” Immanuel, means ‘God with us.’ When the Christ, the Anointed, the very Son of God, came to abide in Jesus the result was the fullest conscious expression of the invisible Father that had ever occurred; and the very names that contain all power were given to this child by those devout souls who were open enough to receive them by direct illumination of the Spirit.  


“This is the name a blind beggar who was healed by Jesus cherished. The incident took place on Jesus’ last journey to Jerusalem as He left Jericho. This incidence is remarkable for the persistence of Bartimaeus’ faith in Jesus as the Messiah. Batimaeus did not entertain any distraction; he shouted the more even when the disciples stopped him. This is the type of faith, persistence, consistency and undivided attention that Jesus needed from us,” Pastor Mapur noted.






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