JOIN US in The Chapel Of Grace

Welcome to The Chapel of Grace, University of Maiduguri.

The Chapel welcomes Christians of all denominations who are ready to share pure biblical fellowship with all, under the Lordship of Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Join us on Sundays:
7.00am – 8.30am First Service.
8.40am – 9.25am Sunday School Bible Study.
9.30am – 11.30am Second Service.

4.30pm – 6.00pm Revival Hour/In-depth Bible Teaching.

To see some of our Bible Teaching Outlines
Click here
or here

Several Midweek Activities to equip the saints for the edifying work of the ministry are lined up daily for the Students, Staff & Families, and others who join us from the metropolis.

God has entrusted Himself with the responsibility to SAVE us through Christ,
But He has entrusted us with the responsibility to SERVE Him and all humanity,
(WILL U OBEY? You will be REWARDED).

Your Comments are welcomed.



Ordained Gospel Minister and practicing Physician
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3 Responses to JOIN US in The Chapel Of Grace

    The gift of Prophecy is the special grace to prayerfully search so as to gain insight into the counsel and purpose of God concerning the past, present and future, and speak-forth or tell-forth (proclaim) or foretell (predict) in faithful words as moved (inspired) by the Holy Spirit at the given time, the divine counsel which the whole Church or some members need to be aware of. Joh 4:16-19; Act 21:9; 1Pe 1:10-12; 2Pe 1:19-21.

    PROPHET is from the Greek word “prophetes” (one who speaks for another as spokesman or interpreter (Exo 7:1) or one who speaks by another spirit as inspired speaker) used for some FORTH-TELLERS like sacred singers (1Ch 25:1) and poets (Tit 1:12), or FORE-TELLERS like pseudo-prophets, augurers and oracles (1Ki 18:19). PROPHET was borrowed from Greek and used in the Bible to describe a divinely INSPIRED SPEAKER or SINGER (Heb= nabi), who may also be a REVELATORY SEER (Heb= ro’eh) and INSIGHTFUL VISIONER (Heb= chozeh). True Prophets search God’s mind to SEE and GRASP the hidden truth from God and are moved by the Holy Spirit to SPEAK the Word from the Mind of God (1Pe 1:10-12). The Bible in 1Sa 9:8-10; 2Sa 24:11; 1Ch 29:29 described the three nabiystic Prophets: Samuel as also ro’eh, Nathan as nabi, Gad as also chozeh.

    When God began the nabiyistic Prophetic movement in Israel (through Samuel 1Sa 10:5-6; 1Sa 19:20), they supplemented or complemented the Priests in meeting the need to preach, interpret and teach God’s Word and Counsel. This was especially useful in the absence, shortage and exclusion of Priests, as welll as in neglect and negligence of Priests. Prophets went where Priests couldn’t, and went to those who wouldn’t come to the Priests. Priests became Priests by birth, gender and training, while Prophets became Prophets by call, gift and training.

    Prophets have the gifts of Revelation and Discernment combined with the gift of word of Exhortation for effective delivery of their prophetic messages Act 15:32; 1Co 14:3. Prophets are vast in Scriptures and prayerfully eager to discover God’s purpose AND TRUTH Dan 9:1-3; Dan 9:22-23; Dan 10:11-12; Dan 12:8-9.

  2. Oluchi Iro Nkama says:

    When the Bible says in the book of Matthew 6:19 Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth. When it says ”treasure”what does it mean. What is that treasure.

  3. CHAPLAIN says:

    Treasures are precious valuables. You treasure what you have great value for. Earthly treasures are material and physical valuables, precious on the earth; but heavenly treasures are moral and spiritual valuables, precious in heaven.

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