The capital of Rwanda, Kigali, observed a wonderful time of the incredible healing power of God at the Miracle Faith Seminar; an outreach of the Healing School. Numerous people attended the assembly, eager for the ability to partake of the anointing and the wonder working power of Jesus.
It was a life-transforming event, and the people trooped into the place, all set to receive from God. A glorious praise and worship session commenced, with God being worshiped by the people and building up the religious charge in the atmosphere.
Her experience was described by her before her meeting with all the man of God, Pastor Chris, as a debilitating one. She had inability to sleep, nausea, and continuous fever; her body grew weak and continued to deteriorate until she came to the Healing school. All the symptoms are completely gone.
Pastor Louis Osademe, the host pastor, taught the Word as he ministered to the sick, demonstrating compassion and the grace of Christ. Many were healed including a woman who received strength and began walking for the very first time in 5 years after Pastor Louis ministered to her.
Many also received salvation and were filled with the Holy Ghost.
What is the second greatest command? If you’re a scholar of Scripture, a believer, it’s possible that you said something like “Adore your neighbor as yourself.” In the event you did, you’d be appropriate – nearly.
Jesus himself said, “Love the Lord your God with all of your soul and with all your heart and with all your thoughts. This really is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: “Love your next-door neighbor as yourself.” (Matthew 22:37-39, ESV). And this was Jesus’ answer to the question, “Which is the best commandment in the Law?” – referring, naturally, to the Law of Moses.
People come to me, Pastor Chris, as head of Christ Embassy and have questions about the most important Pastor Chris commandment. Until Jesus came, the second greatest command as stated in the Old Testament (Leviticus 19) was completely decent. In fact, I believe it was the best we could hope for in terms of loving another human being. Here is The Golden Rule (Matthew 7:12): Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
But throw to the mix the fact that occasionally we don’t even love ourselves. Occasionally we can genuinely struggle to like that which we are, what we do, and definitely who we are. How can we be anticipated to love others as we love ourselves if we do understand just how to love ourselves? There are days when many people fight merely to be fine to ourselves. So how do we love better? Jesus gives the answer.