Born February 8, 1965, Comfort Bukola Triumphant Obamoh took her last breath on earth and her first breath in heaven on September 1, 2021 she served the last days of her sojourn on earth as an active Christian woman, propagating the Liberation message with unflinching authority. She found joy in nature: she was a skilled writer, a philanthropist; and loved spending time with Children, Teens, Youths, and Singles.
What is in a Word?
Everything is in the Word. The beginning of creation itself is an outcome of the power in the Word. Gen 1:1. Words carry volume. Word is the basic connection that begins the power to flow. It is powerful, informational, and imperative. What we know from the Word will determine what we will show in the world. Contemplate on the Creator of the universe who considered absolutely nothing in His creation worth swearing with and had to swear by Himself Hebrew 6:13-18 orchestrating Power in the Word.
The definition of worship is broad.
In a clear term, worship is to make obeisance in homage to royalty in order to express honor, devotion, or admiration with great extravagant, giving full allegiance, acknowledging and ascribing worth to someone or something. Ps. 100:1-5 It is an extreme act of love, a show of loyalty emanating from a voluntarily surrender to a Divine being, supernatural power, or object.
Worship forms the foundation of morality with the purpose of ascribing to the Lord the glory due to His name (Ps 29:2).
Wealth is having adequate physical or abundance possessions to live and flourish as a human being. Basically, the root of wealth creation is God the creator of all things (Gen1:1) of which nothing was made until He made them (Jn 1:3. Col 1:16).
Wealth extends to exploring opportunities, observe and taking advantage of changes that turn problems into solutions. One of the fundamental principles that everything of value carries a price tag extends to Wealth Encounter.
It is never a smooth route to ride on, neither does it respect location nor education. Without attempt, there is no attainment (Deut. 8:18) and until one overcomes scarcity they cannot overcome poverty.