Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Running On Rails...



First you'll have to pass through potholes, on to a smooth road with speed bumps, but eventually, you'll run on rails.

Anchor Scripture: Proverbs 21:21 {NIV}
"Whoever pursues righteousness and love finds life, prosperity and honour


Running on rails entails running with ease. It's the proof of a rewarding life that has passed through series of processes and protocols, tests and trials. It is the life of undeniable exploits. It is the life of abundance. It's the good life...

Still in your process and everything seems confusing? Good news! You're right on track. It's a proof that you're living. Keep thriving! Chin up! Eyes on the prize! Eventually, everything will make perfect sense and you'll be intensely joyful from inside out. *Toast to the fairy-tale life. wink

From the above anchor scripture, the law of structure and flow is explicitly spelt out. To obtain life (fullness), prosperity and honour, you'll have to pursue righteousness and love.

Chasing righteousness and love encompasses a moral life graced with hard-work, sacrifice, discipline and strategic alliance. Its principles are result oriented, and they are manifested in the life of its subscribers.

Run after God, it's the only way to Run On Rails.


Have a Graceful day!



No Blogging Without You, Thank You For Visiting.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

The Law Of First Mention



The law of first mention states that God indicates a truth that stands in His mind which will not change later on.

Anchor Scripture: {Mathew 4:18-19}
"And Jesus walking by the sea of Galilee, saw two brothers, Simon called Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen. 
Then He said to them, "Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.''

Taking a critical look at today's anchor scripture, we notice Simon Peter's name was first to be mentioned on the list of '' The Followers of Jesus'' which in turn earned him (and his brother, Andrew), an immediate change in status.

Ever wondered what attracted Jesus to Peter and his brother?

Well, interestingly, the blessing of the first mention rested on Peter.

I personally do not think it was a mere coincidence that God the father found him worthy to reveal a classified heavenly secret which earned him the mantle of leadership.

Mathew 16: 17-18 "Jesus answered and said to him, Blessed are you Simon Bar-Jonah, for flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father who is in heaven, And I say also to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My Church; and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it.''

 Are you still malfunctioning in your abilities or responsibilities? Configure your status back to default factory setting by en-routing Genesis Chapter 1:28 to have a grasp of the Law of first Mention to man by God which categorically states, "Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth."

As we take cognizance of the Law of First Mention and live it out, may its many favour and blessing never elude us, Amen.


Have a Fab day!


No Blogging Without You, Thank You For Visiting.

Monday, 15 May 2017

Your Opinion Mustn't Count


Nobody is entitled to your own opinion.

It's okay to persuade people into seeing opinions from your perspective, but it is every shade of wrong to lord it over them.

Anchor Scripture: {1 Peter 5:3}NLT
"Don't lord it over the people assigned to your care, but lead them by your own good example."

The above anchor scripture is an admonition from Apostle Peter to the pilgrims of the Dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia.

Even God in all His glory, majesty and perfection doesn't force humans to serve and do his will on earth. He gave man freedom to choose. (Bearing in mind that our choices make or mar us)

In our present age, many brothers think it's their right to obtain the telephone numbers of the sister they are trying to woe, failure which, they become paranoid.

If you see yourself lording your opinion(s) over people, then it is a sign that you're overly temperamental, and you need to visit a psychologist to get apt help before your case escalates into something grievous.

Live and let live. Listen more than you speak. Be creative in/with your decision making. Learn to see opinions from different perspectives. Respect peoples opinion. Be diligent in your dealings, and watch God perfect every weakness that concerns you.

Your Opinion Mustn't Count.


Have a Fruitful Week ahead Fam. *Kisses


No Blogging Without You, Thank You For Visiting.


Wednesday, 10 May 2017

CRY!



I don't know about you, but crying helps me ease off especially when my heart is full.

*Don't worry, I ain't crying, neither did I cry yesterday. Oh! I remember, I cried briefly yesterday over a slight mix up, I'm petty like that. lol
The slight crying didn't inspire me to sculpt today's post, rather a beautiful soothing song was the inspiration behind it.

Anchor Scriptures
 Ecc 3:4:"There is a time to weep and a time to laugh; A time to mourn and a time to dance."

Mathew 5:4: "Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted."


It's okay to mourn, wail, yell... cry.

Let it out! Let it go! And you'll be just fine!

Crying heals (slowly but surely)
Crying strengthens
Crying reassures
Crying rejuvenates
Crying admonishes
More so, it is an act of self examination.

Crying is a proof that you're still breathing. So keep breathing.

It's okay to exercise those tear glands you know. It flushes both the physical and psychological dirt that's been piled up for a while.

Our hearts can be broken but our spirit cannot. The spirit is accrued with the responsibility of tarnishing darkness to unleash light, this way transforming mourning into merry.

Different people cry for different reasons. Whatever your reason(s) is (are), may God the mighty physician heal you of your infirmities.

It's okay to lose who you were to discover who you ought to be, and if you''ll have to cry yourself a river to unveil that innate abilities deposited by God the Father himself (to his dearly beloved children), then cry all you want!

Cry with a purpose and for a purpose.

#No crocodile tears is allowed though


Have a MindLifting day!


No Blogging Without You, Thank You For Visiting.

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Stay Woke: Similarities Between God And The Devil



- God speaks to us in a familiar voice, so does the devil

- God passes a message through a dream, so does the devil

- God works with our imagination, so does the devil

- God possesses His own with a spirit, so does the devil

- God speaks to us through our inner mind, so does the devil

- God is a huge fan of worship, so is the devil

- God knows our deepest thoughts, so does the devil

- God uses people (humans) to accelerate our mission, so does the devil

- God uses people to bless and align us in the right direction, so does the devil use people to curse and lead us to destruction

- God hears prayer and supplication, so does the devil hear demonic chants and incantations

- God is a huge fan of symbols and numeric significance, so is the devil

- God has His agents positioned at strategic ends of the earth, so does the devil


Dread with caution, Stay woke, Be prepared, Indulge discipline, and Pray for the spirit of discernment which will enable us to distinguish the similarities between God and the devil, for staying on God's side is staying on the winning side.


Have an Exhilarating day guys!


No Blogging Without You, Thank You For Visiting

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

One Conversation Away...



It's been proven that we are four (4) persons away from whoever we wish to connect with in the world. Most importantly, many of us are one conversation away from our destiny.

Often times, the one ''deal breaking'' conversation begins with a chain of conversation.

Anchor Scripture: {Proverbs 18:20-21}
"From the fruit of their mouth a person's stomach is filled; with the harvest of their lips they are satisfied. The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit.''

Why do we get the wrong feedback during a ''supposed fruit-bearing'' conversation? The answer is very simple... We are either communicating with the wrong people, not being able to communicate, or not communicating at all. 
The above listed factors establishes a failed or fulfilled destiny.

It took Mary one conversation with the right person (Angel Gabriel) to become the Mother of the Saviour of The World.(Luke 1:26-38)
It took Hannah one conversation with Prophet Eli to perfect God's plan (by making her fertile) to birth Samuel. (I Samuel 13-18)
It took a chain of conversation for Saul (now Paul) to be won over to God's side. (Acts 9:1-9)

Whether it's a (meaningful) direct conversation or chain of conversation, the end result is always a touche.
  
Disengage meaningless conversations, ask the Holy Spirit to fill our tongues with the right speech and orchestrate a divine avenue where we meet the right people; hence enabling us to have a fulfilled destiny.


Have an Amazing day!


No Blogging Without You, Thank You For Visiting.

Friday, 28 April 2017

No Wonder She Snitched!



I used to think that Rebekah, mother of Esau and Jacob, was a mother who allowed favouritism take a toll on her. This is displayed by the way she snitched to her favourite son, Jacob, about Isaac (Father of Esau and Jacob) wanting to bless Esau their first born son. (Genesis Chapter 27)

Out of curiosity, I made Rebekah and Jacob my case study. From my mini research, God opened my eyes to realize that in Genesis Chapter 25, Esau sold his birthright to his brother Jacob over a plate of meal; for he was hungry. The event birthed the future brouhaha between Esau and Jacob

*I'm pretty sure, Rebekah was excited about the event, hence, prompting her to monitor the well-being of her favourite son Jacob, to ensure all the blessings accrued to a first born is obtained by him.

It safe to say that Rebekah wasn't entirely dramatic after all. Also, note that Esau was Isaac's favourite son. Both parents were guilty of favouritism, Rebekah was the smarter one. (This post doesn't justify favouritism as a standard for raising children. It has done more harm than good).

My verdict: Never make decisions (especially sensitive ones) when you're hungry, angry or even (artificially) happy, the consequences may be grave.


*Snitching about the "Issac family" was a great idea right? *winks


Have a Fab day Fam!



No Blogging without You, Thank you For Visiting.