It has really been a while I have been on this blog. I recently read a post from jetpack, which encouraged me to start blogging again. So I am going to do my best to share all my thoughts, lessons,…
I once heard a story of how people chose wives in a certain region in ancient Russia. Because this region was very cold, ability to knit warm sweaters was highly admired. Therefore, on a certain day when men choose wives…
And so I arrived Istanbul for the 7-hour layover. What was I going to be doing for 7 hours?!
One way to avoid boredom is to do the obvious: get on the Internet. But that’s too easy, especially not when one is in Istanbul. Anyways, that wasn’t to be an easy option as the airport didn’t have free WiFi!
So, there was this Nigerian couple who were on their way to Nigeria. Once I got on board the plane, I observed them speaking their local language – and greeted them, owning up that I was Nigerian as well. We exchanged the necessary pleasantries aboard the Turkish Airlines plane and settled in for the 11-hour flight. Interestingly, I thought it was a 5-hour flight!
Welcome to another DO Something Week. We believe it will be a very successful one. Here are 7 quotes from chapter 10 of Do Something: Never Give Up; Keep Hoping. As you apply them to your life, may you receive…
It’s day 2 already and by now your vision should already be clearly written down, and you are mapping out plans on how you will work to ensure the vision comes to reality .
Tomorrow, we’ll look at Mind Mapping. You can search the internet to understand a little of what it entails.
Wait for tomorrow, when I’ll practically show you what really it means, and how you can implement it in your planning process.
To round up our series on Mastering The Potentials of The Tongue, we’ll look at what I call the Never Say’s.
Never say, ‘I cannot,’ because you can!
Never say, ‘I am not able,’ because you are well able!
Never say, ‘I am defeated,’ because you cannot be defeated anymore!
The spirit of the conqueror has been passed on to you, and you’re going to see victory all the days of 2014.
When you are always talking negative, you are weakening the tongue, which in turn weakens your life.
When however you speak positive, and you speak in God’s name and with the understanding of God’s power, you’re strengthening the tongue for exploits.
Ezekiel 12:25, for I am the Lord I will speak and the words that I speak shall come to pass.
All the promises you’ve been making will come to pass in Jesus name.
Every morning, declare the promises of God, for it shall come to pass in Jesus name. It shall no more be prolonged anymore.
I had chatted with a former school mate who is currently in Nigeria, asking him how he was doing. He replied that he was fine. He went ahead to ask when I was coming into Nigeria, I told him, and the real conversation started.
He needed my help with purchasing some things from Russia. I truly wasn’t ready to go out of my already tight schedule and traffic-congested way to ensure those purchases were made; but because of the services I knew I would certainly be needing him to render me when in Nigeria, I gave it a second thought.
These days, I have observed that I have spoken more than necessary, especially when excited. I knew that I needed to slow down. Today, while I was having my usual conversations with my sister, the spirit laid this on her…
The Muslims and their devotion has always reminded me of the lackadaisical attitude we Christians have. They have hours of prayer, you need to see them religiously adhere. The early apostles had hours of prayer too, If only we could…
Friendship really isn't a walk in the park. It is something tasking; something that requires an investment: an investment of time, money, energy, wisdom and everything good.But friendship has benefits. Oh yes, it does. It is a thing of joy…
These days, social media is fast advancing and more and more Christians have to spend more legitimate time on Twitter and the likes.No doubt, we need it. Well, I dare say 'need' as most of us have to push our…
I woke my friend up in the morning to go to church. He said he was tired. Granted, he had some football game on Saturday which probably left his bones broken. But then is that reason enough to not be…
While we are still working on the next book(s) the Lord will write through us, I felt that it might be good to share some praise for the ‘Do Something!’ book.
“I liked your style of writing. The book was written with very simple language. I think you should continue writing because you have a very good way of expressing your emotions and ideas to the reader.
I recently listened to this message, ‘How to Pray’ by Myles Munroe, from the The Kingdom Culture of Prayer and Fasting series, and was led to sit down and jot down several major points, that if read and applied, could change your life forever. It is not long. Settle down, read and pray! Enjoy!