Here, I share my 2020 thoughts around finding the balance I seek.
A friend shared a story with me. She recently completed her graduate studies in the U. S and upon graduation moved out of her apartment. She was supposed to return a router to the cable company so she called them several times to pick up but they never did whilst she was there. She left… Continue reading Want a better credit score? Pay your ‘router bill.’
A friend spoke to me about how she was feeling yesterday. She had prayed, fasted and trusted God and it seemed nothing was happening. God gave me a word for her and I am sharing it with everyone who may feel like her right now. I have been studying the story of Genesis and the… Continue reading Rest!!!
Happy New Year!!! Welcome to my blog. Thank you all for reading , commenting and sharing my life’s lessons. I’m always so glad to know they bless you in spite of me. In 2016, by God’s grace we will update more regularly and make some changes so watch out! I have an adorable cousin who has… Continue reading Embrace Change
I remember a cousin from way back; she wanted to study medicine and got admitted to study microbiology. She was unable to switch courses after the first year so she finished her first degree. She was exceptional and graduated top of her class and there were conversations around getting an M.Sc. and building a career… Continue reading Jerusalem to Antioch
So Jezebel sent a message to Elijah. She said, “You can be sure that I will kill you, just as I killed the other prophets. I’ll do it by this time tomorrow.” – 1 Kings 19:2a On the top of Mount Carmel, God sent fire to burn up the soaking wet sacrifice and the altar… Continue reading The Elijah Reaction
The Lord said to Moses, “See, I have chosen Bezalel son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah, and I have filled him with the spirit of God, with skill, ability and knowledge in all kinds of crafts– to make artistic designs for work in gold, silver, and bronze, to cut… Continue reading Anointing for excellence!
“If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?” Psalm 11:3 Sometime ago, I drove a car with a push start ignition for the first time, and yes it was a really cool drive (I can already imagine you laughing). I was at my uncle’s and he asked me to help fill his gas… Continue reading The Push Start Button!
Yesterday I remembered a story Pastor Poju once shared. My big sister, Salt, shared the CD with me in January 2014, and yesterday God brought it to my memory. Since it has been on my spirit all day, I decided to share it today. The Bus Driver! One morning, an old experienced man who had… Continue reading The Bus Driver
Today, in the LOUD IT series, I’m sharing my sistafriend Adaeze’s testimony. If you missed the previous posts, please check them out here. Faith in the Faithfulness of God, He turned it, and Transformation Agenda. “Growing up as an only daughter with three brothers, I was somewhat spoilt. My parents and brothers doted on me and my… Continue reading LOUD IT: Triple for my Troubles!
My uncle has motion detector light bulbs installed at his residence and the lights come on when there is movement around them. It is almost magical; as I park my car and step out, the security light just by the front door comes on and goes off soon after I make my way in, and… Continue reading Make that Move!
Welcome to February! How was January for you? For many of us, January was a month of decisions, of fasting, praying and trusting God, generally just positioning ourselves for the year, and making the required changes. However, I am sharing today about the lethargy that tends to set in when we do not see immediate results.… Continue reading The Reward of Consistency
Happy New Year Everyone!!! So sorry it is coming a little late in the year. But better late than never, yes? Welcome to 2015! First thing that comes to my spirit is this verse: “Many will be purified, cleansed, and refined by these trials. But the wicked will continue in their wickedness, and none of… Continue reading The Word- 3 Things You must Do!!!
A few weekends ago, I had several family commitments in addition to an already tightly packed schedule. It was just a miracle that I made it through and ticked all the boxes. I managed to get in a few hours of sleep and was wondering how I was going to face the week with that… Continue reading The joy of the Lord is your strength!
Mr Asemota had two daughters, Esosa and Eghosa. He loved them both very much, especially because his wife had died when they were very young so his life revolved around them. Whatever they wanted, he gave, all they had to do was ask. He ensured they were disciplined though and He made time for them. Everyone… Continue reading Daddy Advantage
I have addressed the story of Mary and Martha before, see it here One Thing.., today however, I’m taking another perspective. We are going deeper. Someone say ‘deeper’. Okay, now I am sure that we are all here. 🙂 First mention we have of Mary and Martha of Bethany and their brother Lazarus is in Luke… Continue reading Mary & Martha
“We really don’t know. God is the one that makes things work” I was chatting with a friend some days ago; we had spoken a little about a relationship of mine that did not work out. I told him how It really felt like he was good for me, yet it still didn’t work out.… Continue reading Say No to ‘Normal’
For we do not have an high priest that cannot be touched with the feelings of our infirmities ; but one that has been in all points tempted as we are; yet without sin (Heb 4:15) This post is inspired by a statement by Mike DeVries, and he says that there are perhaps no two more powerful… Continue reading I know
You have probably heard the phrase, “Timing is everything,” many times. And there is indeed a great deal of truth in that statement. Think about it; the difference between a good joke and a bad one is a person’s sense of timing. An appropriate pause makes a joke, while an inappropriate pause can kill the… Continue reading Timing is everything!
“The Lord God hath given me the tongue of the learned, that I should know how to speak a word in season to him that is weary…” (Isaiah 50:4). On Sunday, I attended a surprise baby shower for my friend. She had trusted God alongside her husband for this baby for a number of years and… Continue reading It’s not about you…