MMM – NIGERIA RESPOND TO CRASH

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I will do my best to explain what really happened in MMM Zimbabwe in order to calm panic in the mind of misinformed MMM participants.

MMM Zimbabwe offers 100% mavro growth in 30days. This was implemented to attract participants due to the economic hardship in the country.

This mavro growth for those of us in business is called market penetration.

Again their mavro was never frozen just like ours in Nigeria which multiplies for 15 days and also freezes for that long before withdrawal.

What happened in Zimbabwe is an implementation of what is already going on in Nigeria. MMM has seen that they don’t need no market penetration to attract participants. The mavro growth was reduced from 100% to 20%. 10% below what we are getting in Nigeria(30%).

And the mavro is also frozen for 14days just as its been done in Nigeria. The Nigerian Model works perfectly fine and MMM is trying to implement it globally.

So there is no collapse of any structure, its just a remodelling of what is already in place in Nigeria.

Again, this is what happened in South Africa in April.

They reduced their mavro growth from 50% or so to 30% and 20% with other schemes like lotteries introduced. And I can categorically tell you that the South Africa MMM is growing faster and better than ever after that change and reduction in mavro growth.

Some other points to note is: The writer of that piece, has absolutely no knowledge of how MMMbworks, and the main aim of it is to cause panic. Zimbabwe MMM is still going on even with the 80% decrease in mavro growth.

_Did anyone lose their money? NO!_

What happened is when you pledge 10k, instead of getting 20k reward in 30days, which is 100% reward, you get 12k which is 20% reward. They are still rewarded with 2k.

In Nigeria, we get 3k reward for 10k pledge. So did anyone lose their money?

Absolutely NOT!

Has it stopped MMM Zimbabwe from continuing? Not at all.

Hence, the Nigerian Model of MMM Works perfectly so there is no cause for alarm or panic.

Need I remind us that MMM Nigeria is the strongest in the world as at today. We have a spirit of moving mountains.

For any help or enquiries call -Guider Steve 08030914441

LONG LIVE MMM NIGERIA

CONSECRATION

​RCCG SUNDAY SCHOOL MANUAL

LESSON FOUR (4)

Sunday 25th September 2016

TOPIC:- CONSECRATION
MEMORY VERSE: “For Moses had said. Consecrate yourselves today to the LORD, even every man upon his son, and upon his brother; that he may bestow upon you a blessing this day.’’- Exodus 32:29
BIBLE PASSAGE: Judges 13:3-7


INTRODUCTION:

Consecration is a process or practice of making something or someone sacred, dedicated and set for the Lord. It also means the devoting or setting apart anything or anyone to the worship or service of God (Exodus 28:41). The race of Abraham and the tribe of Levi were thus consecrated (Numbers 3:12). According to the Mosaic Law, the first-born both of man and beast were consecrated to God (Exodus 13:2, 12, and 15).
LESSON OUTLINES


1. MEANS AND BENEFITS OF CONSECRATION


2. BROKEN CONSECRATION


1. MEANS AND BENEFITS OF CONSECRATION
A consecrated one is called to live a life of purity, free from sin and contamination. How then can one be consecrated? The call to personal consecration demands that one presents himself wholly to God (Leviticus 11:44; Romans 12:1; 2Chronicles 17:16) and be willing to purge himself of all filthiness of the flesh and spirit (2timothy 2:21; 2Corinthians 7:1). This is made possible through absolute compliance to divine instructions given by God in His word (John 17:17; Psalm 119:9; Ephesians 5:26).

Some of the benefits of consecration are:

1. Overflowing blessings (Exodus 32:29).

2. Overflowing anointing (Hebrews 1:9; 10:38; Acts 5:12).

3. Becoming a chosen Vessel of God (2Timothy 2:21, Acts 9:15).

4. Ever abiding presence of God (Psalm 91:1; Matthews 28:19-20).

5. Outstanding victory without a fight (Proverbs 16:7; 2 Chronicles 20:15-19).
2. BROKEN CONSECRATION

A broken consecration is a state of contamination of a consecrated person. We have examples of consecrated vessels that were contaminated by one thing or the other.

1. Samson’s consecration was broken by his disobedience and lust for strange women (Judges 14:1-3; 8-9).

2. Miriam was a prophetess in (Exodus 15:20-21). But her consecration was broken by envy (Numbers 12:1-10).

3. Moses’s consecration was contaminated by anger (Exodus 14:21-28, Numbers 20:7-12).

4. Gideon was set apart for God’s mighty work of deliverance but pride broke his consecration (Judges 7:20-22; 8:22-27).

5. Comfort contaminated David- the consecrated one (1Samuel 17:34-37, 2Samuel 11:1-27).
CONCLUSION:-

God is calling you to live a consecrated life unto Him as a peculiar person and a royal priesthood and He is waiting to see you exhibiting the life of consecration unto Him. Do not disappoint God.

QUESTIONS:-

1. What are the benefits of consecration?

2. Describe a broken consecration.

RCCG SUNDAY SCHOOL- HEART OF GRATITUDE

​LESSON TWO: Sunday 11th September, 2016


A HEART OF GRATITUDE




Memory verse: “And Jesus answering said, Were there riot ten cleansed? but where are the nine?”Luke 17: 17




BIBLE PASSAGE: Luke 17: 11-19



 11  And it came to pass as he went to Jerusalem, that he passed through the midst of Samaria and Galilee.

 12 And as he entered into a certain village, there met him ten men that were lepers, which stood afar off:

 13 And they lifted up their voices, and said Jesus, Master, have mercy on us.

 14 And when he saw them, he said unto them, Go shew yourselves unto the priests. And it came to pass that, as they went, they were cleansed 

 15 And one of them, when he saw that he was healed turned back and with a loud voice glorified God,

 16 And fell down on his face at his feet, giving him thanks and he was a Samaritan.

 17 And Jesus answering said Were there not ten cleansed but where are the nine?

 18 There are not found that returned to give glory to God, save this stranger.

 19 And he said unto him, Arise go thy way thy faith hath made thee whole 



INTRODUCTION: Thanksgiving is the art of giving thanks, or a show of gratitude and appreciation for something done to you: Why are people not showing appreciation to God? Is it that God has not done anything? Jesus Christ appreciates thanksgiving. He was surprised that only one of the ten lepers came back to express appreciation. All of them were in need, all cried for mercy, all persevered, all believed and obeyed but only one returned to express appreciation after the healing (Luke 17:17-18).

–LESSON OUTLINES—-


1. Only one came back

2. The Christian Approach


ONLY ONE CAME BACK
Only one out of the ten lepers came back to express appreciation and he was a Samaritan. It is like saying that out of every ten members of a church, only one person who does not even know much about Jesus, gives thanks. The rest may see no reason to thank God because of:
1. Discouragement and tribulations (Daniel 2:23). Daniel was a captive at the time he began thanking God.

2. Lack of knowledge of God’s word (Colossians 4:2).

3. Taking God for granted and using thanksgiving as a substitute for obedience (Luke 18:9-14).

4. Fellowship with the wrong crowd (Ephesians 5:1-5).

5. Refusal to take account of what God has done (Luke 17: 18).

THE CHRISTIAN APPROACH
Real Christians should find time to thank God for the following reasons, among others:
1. Thanksgiving is a command (1Thessalonians 5:18; Ephesians 5:20, Colossians 3:17). We are to come to His presence with thanksgiving

(Psalm 100:4).

2. For the salvation of our souls and the hope of eternal life with God (Luke 10:17-21).

3. It is a show of appreciation for what the Lord has done (Exodus 15: 1-21, Luke 17:11·19; 1:46).

4. It is a means of praying by faith e.g. in the case of Lazarus (John 11:41)

5. It is a potent weapon of warfare (2Chronicles 20:20.27).

6. It is an evangelistic tool (Psalm 57:4·11; 2SamueI22:1.2).

7. It sustains selflessness and humility (Daniel 2:23·24; Luke 18:9.14, 1 Timothy 1:12-13).

8. It puts a seal of perfection on our testimonies. The man who came back to express appreciation was made whole (Luke 17: 19).

9. We are called to show forth the praise of Him who has called us out of darkness into His marvellous light (1 Peter 2:9).
CONCLUSION:

We have no reason to disobey the call to give thanks always. 
Questions:
1. What is thanksgiving? 

2. For what reasons should Christians give thanks? 

HOW TO WORSHIP GOD ACCEPTABLY

​RCCG SUNDAY SCHOOL, 2016/2017 SESSION


LESSON ONE: Sunday 4th September, 2016


ACCEPTABLE CHRISTIAN WORSHIP


Memory Verse: “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.” – John 4:24



BIBLE PASSAGE: John 4: 19-25

INTRODUCTION: Worship is an act of paying homage which involves deep respect, reverence, adoration and showing sincere love to a supreme being. The Almighty God who created us must be worshipped for who He is and not because He needs anything from us (Acts 17:23-25; 1 Peter 2:9). We are created to show the splendour of God by glorifying Him (Psalm 29:2). Since we are created for worship, it is important that we find out ways to do it so as to be acceptable by Him who commands it.

—LESSON OUTLINES—-


I. Preparing for worship

2. Acceptable worship



PREPARING FOR WORSHIP
The following steps should be taken by anyone preparing to worship God in an acceptable manner:
1. Put your heart in order. Before moving into the external ait of worship, there is the need for you to put your heart in order. This is to ensure that hindrances to your worship are off-loaded from your heart. We must get rid of anger, hatred, unforgiveness, bitterness and other vices (Colossians 3:8-9).
2. Reconcile with all. There is the need for us to reconcile with God and man in any area of offence (Matthew 5:23-24; Acts 24:16). We need to reconcile and make restitution where necessary (Luke 19:8).

ACCEPTABLE WORSHIP
Not all worship is acceptable to God (Psalm 15:1-5; Matthew 7:21). There are various forms of unacceptable worship. These include:
1. Vain worship: this is based on lip service and not from the heart (Mark 7:6).
2. Ignorant worship: it refers to worship without the knowledge of who God really is and how He should be worshipped (John 4:22; Acts 17:22-23).
3. Will or self-imposed worship: it refers to satisfying personal will and desire instead of carrying out God’s instruction (Colossians 2:20-23; Leviticus 10:1-2). 
Acceptable worship is based on worship rendered to God in spirit and in truth  (John 4:20-24). Acceptable worship or service is always offered in holiness (Psalm 96:9): from a heart “void of offence toward God, and toward men” (Acts 24:16). It is one done by faith, like the sacrifice of Abel (John 9:36-38; Hebrews 11:4).

CONCLUSION
In the world today, people choose to worship different objects using diverse methods. The scripture teaches that only God should be worshipped and this should be done in spirit and in truth (Exodus 20:1-5; 34:14). Such worship touches the heart of God and thus, the blessing of God is released on the worshippers.
QUESTIONS

1. What does it mean to worship God in spirit and in truth?

2. Identify the consequences of unacceptable worship in Leviticus 10:1-3 and Genesis 4:3-7.