“The Beatitude”

Beatitude is the sermon of Jesus Christ on the Mount.  This is a long sermon which covers three chapters (Matthew 5-7).  Jesus started with the word, “Blessed” which is directed mainly to those who are at the margin – the poor, those who mourn, the meek, those who hunger and thirst, and those who are persecuted.  It is fascinating to note that Jesus has blessings for all these people who are neglected by the world.  The world would rather say, “Blessed are the rich, the wealthy, and the powerful.”  I explained in this message the nature of poverty, hunger, mourning … that Jesus meant in His sermon and how we can get the full benefit of His blessings.  Continue with the full message here. . . “The Beatitude”

About Gabriel & Grace Akinbode

My wife and I realized the need to have a website where our ministries and activities would be made available to a wider range of people and also have an on hand record for people at any time. It seems we are engaging in undocumented efforts when we move from church to church without being able to retrieve all the biblical studies, exhortations, and other relevant writings. We believe that from this website we would make a great impact in the lives of many people through Bible Studies, inspiring messages, testimonies of God’s faithfulness, ministrations, and prayers. People will be able to catch the blessings and benefits that God has for them. This website is a means of obeying the injunction of our Lord who says, “Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15). MISSION STATEMENT To reach out to the world with the gospel of Christ; sharing the good news that God has for people in whatever position or situation they may be, and to share our personal experiences about the faithfulness of God.
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