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About John Ibenu Ministries

John Ibenu Ministries

Ours is a Ministry helped by God.
Committed to raising a vibrant and dynamic people to the Glory of God and for the Fulfillment of the Great Commission.
We are actively reaching out to the ends of the earth as we are certain that the mandate upon the ministry is to impact souls everywhere.
At the fore-front of this march is Myself and Margaret, we totally believe in the leading of the Holy Spirit to succeed.
We trust that having come in contact with JIM, your life will be positively and immensely blessed.
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You are here because God is set to impart your life. With brief contacts like these, lives are permanently blessed and yours is set to be the next.
You are here because God is set to impart your life. With brief contacts like these, lives are permanently blessed and yours is set to be the next.
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Pregnant With A Miracle

Published: July 1994

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About To Wed

Published: March 2012

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Tolerance: The Salt In Every Relationship

Published: May 2012

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We Invite You To Read Some Inspiring Articles From JIM

There is no gainsaying that wealth is in the DNA of Christianity. We serve the God who is the owner of the cattle upon a thousand hills.

He says in Psalm 50:10,  “For every beast of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills.”  In Haggai 2: 8, He says, “The silver is mine, and the gold is mine,…”

If you despise wealth therefore as a Christian, then it is because you have not been well informed about the personality of God. Our God is not only a rich God, He teaches and empowers His people to make wealth. Deuteronomy 18: 18 says, “But thou shalt remember the LORD thy God: for it is he that giveth thee power to get wealth, that he may establish his covenant which he sware unto thy fathers, as it is this day.” In this scripture, God empowers His people to get wealth as a sign that He is committed to establishing His covenant with us, His people.

It is true that until a man learns to keep in view and give thanks for what was and what is, he will never qualify to experience the great things which are to come.

A major problem today is that men easily forget the faithfulness of God in the past when faced with current challenges. They begin to complain and grumble against God and His prophets not realizing that nothing leads to closed heavens like the art of complaining and grumbling.

In Numbers 11, the children of Israel fell prey to the spirit of ingratitude and they were not spared. The bible says that the wrath of God broke out against them.

They desired meat, but instead of asking in faith and humility, they began to compare God with Pharaoh and prefer their days of bondage in Egypt to their salvation. In Number 11: 4- 6, they said, “Who shall give us flesh to eat? We remember the fish, which we did eat in Egypt freely; the cucumbers, and the melons, and the leeks, and the onions, and the garlick: But now our soul is dried away: there is nothing at all, beside this manna, before our eyes.”

To be favoured is not to attract the help of men. It is to be so noticed by God that He moves men to serve you even at their own cost and many times, against their natural wishes.

Bishop will simply say, ‘the summary of favour is help.’ In other words, to be favoured is to be able to attract a helping hand in a world where everyone wants the best for themselves alone. To be favoured is enjoy supernaturally orchestrated attention.

Mephibosheth was born into a life of affluence. He was royalty but he enjoyed it for only the first five years of his life. He entered into a midnight phase of his life even before a quarter of the morning of his life was done. He did not only lose his royal status, he lost both his legs and became a cripple and was doomed to live in the obscure place called Lodebar with ‘one’ Machir. Between 2 Samuel chapter 4: 4 where his name and ordeal was first mentioned and 2 Samuel 9, he had grown, married and had gotten a son and we can say that at least 16 years must have rolled by and this man could only remember like a dream what it was like to be royalty. His life was as it were, gone. He could hardly help himself as he was living with Mr. Machir, depending on him for sustenance; but that was not his destiny.

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We Invite You To Read Some Inspiring Articles From JIM

There is no gainsaying that wealth is in the DNA of Christianity. We serve the God who is the owner of the cattle upon a thousand hills.

He says in Psalm 50:10,  “For every beast of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills.”  In Haggai 2: 8, He says, “The silver is mine, and the gold is mine,…”

If you despise wealth therefore as a Christian, then it is because you have not been well informed about the personality of God. Our God is not only a rich God, He teaches and empowers His people to make wealth. Deuteronomy 18: 18 says, “But thou shalt remember the LORD thy God: for it is he that giveth thee power to get wealth, that he may establish his covenant which he sware unto thy fathers, as it is this day.” In this scripture, God empowers His people to get wealth as a sign that He is committed to establishing His covenant with us, His people.

It is true that until a man learns to keep in view and give thanks for what was and what is, he will never qualify to experience the great things which are to come.

A major problem today is that men easily forget the faithfulness of God in the past when faced with current challenges. They begin to complain and grumble against God and His prophets not realizing that nothing leads to closed heavens like the art of complaining and grumbling.

In Numbers 11, the children of Israel fell prey to the spirit of ingratitude and they were not spared. The bible says that the wrath of God broke out against them.

They desired meat, but instead of asking in faith and humility, they began to compare God with Pharaoh and prefer their days of bondage in Egypt to their salvation. In Number 11: 4- 6, they said, “Who shall give us flesh to eat? We remember the fish, which we did eat in Egypt freely; the cucumbers, and the melons, and the leeks, and the onions, and the garlick: But now our soul is dried away: there is nothing at all, beside this manna, before our eyes.”

To be favoured is not to attract the help of men. It is to be so noticed by God that He moves men to serve you even at their own cost and many times, against their natural wishes.

Bishop will simply say, ‘the summary of favour is help.’ In other words, to be favoured is to be able to attract a helping hand in a world where everyone wants the best for themselves alone. To be favoured is enjoy supernaturally orchestrated attention.

Mephibosheth was born into a life of affluence. He was royalty but he enjoyed it for only the first five years of his life. He entered into a midnight phase of his life even before a quarter of the morning of his life was done. He did not only lose his royal status, he lost both his legs and became a cripple and was doomed to live in the obscure place called Lodebar with ‘one’ Machir. Between 2 Samuel chapter 4: 4 where his name and ordeal was first mentioned and 2 Samuel 9, he had grown, married and had gotten a son and we can say that at least 16 years must have rolled by and this man could only remember like a dream what it was like to be royalty. His life was as it were, gone. He could hardly help himself as he was living with Mr. Machir, depending on him for sustenance; but that was not his destiny.