The SCOAN service of Sunday, November 29, 2015 witnessed the demonstration of God’s power, glory and grace. The praise and worship led by the choir prepared the atmosphere for the Word to sink deep into the hearts of those who were hungry and thirsty for righteousness. In his message titled Positioned For God’s Favour, Evangelist Daniel observed that God’s blessing are not necessarily a reward based on human calculations but rather on grace: “As Christians, it is essential to know that God’s favour upon us is not often measured by our smartness, intelligence, eloquence, strength or hard work but according to His grace because God chooses grace rather than works. This implies that God can choose to favour a rustic, uneducated and inexperienced, tactless shepherd boy and put him in the palace for His glory”. He went on to advise Christians on how to position themselves for God’s favour. He added that they should look into God’s Word for direction and enlightenment: “We position ourselves for God’s favour by looking into the Word and acting upon it. When we take the Word of God to heart and truly make it part of us, it will by its very nature change us. When it does we will find ourselves called to act with God. Then, we are truly positioned for God’s favour”.