What does God's Kingdom Society (GKS) stand for? How, when and by whom was she founded?
What precisely is her mission? And what are her doctrines?
These are some of the questions often asked by people. Many of them ask with a sincere desire to know the truth, but some others do merely to find fault. Whatever the motive of anyone, the facts, no doubt, are of vital interest to unprejudiced, honest people.
There is nothing in the history of the GKS for which we the members should be ashamed. It is a record of happenings that confirm the time-honoured truth that what God has planted no one can uproot. And so, we have every cause, rather, to glory in the Lord.
The God's Kingdom Society is purely a Christian Organisation founded by the Almighty God through the instrumentality of St. Gideon Meriodere Urhobo, of the blessed memory. St. G. M. Urhobo, who was the first President of the GKS, was the instrument chosen by God through Jesus Christ, according to the election of grace, to accomplish His purpose - Matthew 24:31; Acts 15:14-18; READ MORE
THE bowing of the knee, according to the Scriptures, is an act of worship or reverence commanded by the Almighty God to be done to Him alone. However, . . .
Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, during his earthly ministry, chastised the Pharisees and Sadducees for their inability to discern the signs of the times. The account, as recorded in the book of Matthew chapter 16 verses one to four,
By His supreme power and complete control over the entire forces in the universe the Almighty God is the only place of refuge and trust for His people. It is for this reason the admonition is given in Nahum 1:7 thus: . . .
The holy bible, containing 66 books by holy men of old under God's inspiration was written for our learning so that mankind who fell from grace through sin in the garden . . .
The fact that some men who perpetrate wickedness are found among the rich and prosperous people of this evil world make some ask as to why God distributes His blessings indiscriminately. But Christians who understand the ways of God know that . . .
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