07 Jun Making Maximum Impact- Pastor Sam Adebowale
Making Maximum Impact – FSF OAU
The National coordinator of foursquare students Fellowship, pastor Sam Adebowale. Pay a visit to FSF OAU on Sunday during their fresher’s orientation program along with him are the national Executive’s such as the Naffs General Secretary pastor Adekoya Adewale, National prayer coordinator Pastor Ojo Benjamin, Osun state Cord Sis. Janet Adeyemo, and Former Naffs Asst.General Secretary sis. Ifeoluwa Suleiman.
During the course of his ministration close to 28people give their life to Christ, and newcomer were 15people.
Below are pastor Sam message
Topic: Making maximum impact
Text: John 17:4-6, 2Timothy 4:7-8.
Preacher: Pastor Sam Adebowale (National Coordinator of Foursquare Students)
The content of your faith is not equivalent with what you fight.
Making maximum impact is not by fashion nor showmanship but by workmanship.
The driving force is the passion.
Types of impact
1. Zero impact: You merely come and grossly die.
2. Minimum impact: Come without a solid foundation. Lay a solid foundation than repair a faulty foundation. Genesis 15.
3. Average impact: Driven by lust. 2Timothy 4:9-11.
4. Maximum impact: You must be able to say, I have fought a good fight, finished my course. Keep the faith.
Examples, Jesus, Paul, Abraham (Genesis 12:2-3), Daniel, Joseph (Genesis 39:9). You must fear and submit yourself to him.
Enemies of maximum impact
1. Excessive sleep. (Proverbs 6:4-11)
2. Phone and Internet Addiction. (Ecclesiastes 9:10, Lamentations 3:27). Your fruit must be off benefit to people outside.
3. Wrong Friends. (Proverbs 27:11)
4. Spiritual Apathy (Revelations 3:16)
5. Works of flesh (Galatians 5:19)…follow the fruit and not the works
How to make maximum impact
1. Be focused and determined (Hebrews 12:1-2, Phillipians 1:21, Acts 17:28)
2. Make God and his Word First in Anything. A word memorised is a word utilised.
Give ultimate allegiance to God’s word. (Psalm 119:10-11) A spoken word of God is a terrifying bullet to the devil. Sin sinks you.
3. Be diligent in your word (Proverbs 22:29).
4. Surround yourself with positive people (Proverbs 13:20).
God needs people with absolute commitment and not partial commitment.
5. Seek counsel (Proverbs 20:18). Don’t close your mouth, a closed mouth is a closed destiny.