Goshen!

We hardly ever talk about Goshen, however, I am more than convinced, that the city of Goshen has strong prophetic overtones for the Body of Christ—especially in the light of current happenings all around us. To begin with, where was Goshen? In Egypt? In the enemy’s territory. And where are we? As Christians we live… Continue reading Goshen!

‘Conversation in the Womb’

Baby 1: And you, you believe in life after birth? Baby 2: Absolutely. It’s obvious that life after birth exists. We are here to become stronger and to get ready for whatever awaits us next. Baby 1: This is absurd. There is nothing after birth! What would life look like outside the womb! Baby 2:… Continue reading ‘Conversation in the Womb’

Hearing vs. Listening

I love children and have been privileged over the years to watch my young cousins grow from young 6 and 7 year olds to teenagers’ right under my nose.  Not only have they become teenagers, they have grown to just become my little friends who happen to call me ‘auntie’. They check me and trust… Continue reading Hearing vs. Listening

Don’t Forget to Remember

Don’t forget to remember…Those are the beginning lines of a song that so aptly encapsulates my thoughts for today. A few days ago, it was a friend’s birthday and in the build up to her birthday, I had noticed her progressively move from excitement about the day to some moodiness and next thing, she was… Continue reading Don’t Forget to Remember

Peace…

Hello Everyone!!! I’m really sorry that I haven’t posted in a while, last week was busy as I was preparing with my choir, the Lagos Community Gospel Choir (LCGC) and Friends for the concert ‘Beyond Music’ that held on Sunday May 26th. What God did with willing hearts and hands? That is gist for another post…… Continue reading Peace…

The Parable of the Egg

Two weeks ago, after I wrote the post about George Muller titled ‘Dare to Believe’, a friend asked me to try and balance faith and patience. She was worried that the piece appeared to reflect faith and instant results when sometimes, God leaves us waiting as He did Joseph, David and Abraham amongst others. Think… Continue reading The Parable of the Egg

Dare to believe again!

Ah Lord GOD! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee: Jer. 32:17 Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh: is there anything too hard for me? Jer. 32:27 Growing up for me was fun… Continue reading Dare to believe again!

Theory vs. Practice

A few days ago, someone asked me to verbally instruct her on how to make Starch (A Niger Delta delicacy often relished with Banga soup or Owo soup) and then I told her that I would have to show her practically, but that besides that, the consistency that is neither too hard or too soft… Continue reading Theory vs. Practice

Things Eternal…

My heart and prayers go to all those affected by yesterday’s bomb blast in Boston.  It has been a timely reminder of how fleeting life is and how no one knows which day is their last. I pray that God gives each of us the grace to live our lives in realization of those realities.… Continue reading Things Eternal…

Expectations

But Naaman went away angry and said. “I thought he would surely come out to me and call on the name of the Lord His God , wave his hand over the spot and heal me of my leprosy…2 Kings 5:11 Many times, we hurt in our relationship with God and people because of unfounded… Continue reading Expectations