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Revival Today Audio Podcast

Revival Today Audio Podcast features Live Weekly Revival Teaching by Jegede Sunday Emmanuel. 

Pastor Jegs (as he is fondly called) is a seasoned and passionate pastor, missionary, author and teacher of God's Word. He is deeply committed to revival of true Christianity, and to preparing and equipping labourers for the end-time revival and harvest.

Pastor Jegs is the General Coordinator of Heralds of Revival Ministries.

For more information, please visit www.heraldsofrevival.org

Oct 7, 2017

The Old Covenant Priests or Ministers were called to minister to God and to the children of Israel (Deut. 21:5).

Similarly, every born-again believer in Christ, as a New Covenant Priest, is called to minister to God and to people.

But, how should the believers in Christ minister to people?

Find out in this insightful...


Sep 30, 2017

Every believer in Christ is a Royal Priest to God!
 
But how should Believers as New Covenant Priests minister to God?
 
Burn sweet incense to God? No!
Light candles before God? No!
Offer animals as sacrifices to God? No!
 
How then?
 
Find out in this insightful teaching (Part 4 in a series of 5).


Sep 23, 2017

Who are the true worshippers and what does it really mean to worship the Father in spirit and in truth?

Find out scriptural answers to these questions and many more in this enlightening teaching (Part 3 in a series of 5).


Sep 16, 2017

Many believers today are serving God with wrong motives, motivations and mindsets - to earn God's love, acceptance, favour and blessings, or to avoid God's wrath and punishment, or to escape hell fire and to make heaven.

This inspiring teaching (Part 2 in a series of 5) clearly presents and explains the right motives,...


Sep 9, 2017

Good works cannot save anyone, for salvation is purely a gift of God to be received by faith alone in Jesus Christ and His finished work.

However, the believers in Christ are saved for good works - to serve God (Eph. 2:1-10).

Believers in Christ are not expected to serve God anyhow, but acceptably with profound respect...