Just a Reminder.

Sometimes life happens, and as it happens, it comes with it’s sets of challenges.

And in our humanly nature we find our selves focusing much on this challenges. In the process, it robs us of our joy and peace.

So as much as it may sound cliche, our only option is to trust God. Trusting God doesn’t mean that we won’t find the feelings of worrying sneaking in our system.

Trusting God means when we feel like worrying we:

  • Choose to trust God instead
  • And remind ourselves that we can’t do anything about that challange at the moment. But we are believing and trusting that God is working everything out for our own good.

It’s only called a challenge because there is nothing within our power that we can do to resolve the situation at the moment.

So if this is true, why worry about it?

Because at the end of it all things will turn out only how God allows them to, and at his perfect time.

God is working behind the scenes making sure that at the end of it all he will use the set back to work in our life in a way that will bring glory and honor to him.

So why not trust him and let him handle whatever it is?

Meanwhile, in this moment we have to remind ourselves of the opened Doors in our life, we have to remind our selves of the tasks that God has entrusted us with, we have to look where we are in our journey,

because we are there for a reason and God has given us enough grace to handle anything related to where we are in our journey.

Why do we need to remind ourselves of this? It’s just so that we can honor God through where we are, and through whatever he has entrusted us with. No matter how little it may seem at the moment.

So instead of us focusing so much on what we can’t control, let’s focus and do our best in what we can. So that when this time is gone, we won’t have to look back and wish we could have done more.

That is when we look back we will have no regrets instead we will look back with a huge smile and satisfied spirit.

This means serving him with our all and making sure all glory goes to him.

Whatever it is, maybe it’s the people around us, how we treat them, or our school work, or Parenthood or maybe we are leaders, how are we leading so that God will get the glory through that?

So, whatever challange we are facing, no challange is too big for God, trust him and be patient

Let’s appreciate where we are in our journey by giving our best.

Serve God by extending his love and kindness for us to others as well ,by serving them too and treating them right just as we are called to.

And our God full of Mercy will fill us with his peace as we await for things to resolve and workout.


God bless you


Give God back his place

When you try to fix things by your self and figure things out on your own, it means that you don’t trust God enough to lead and guide you.

The bad news is that, when we take God’s place, and try to fix things on our own, it becomes emotionally draining, it rob’s us of our joy, it blinds us from seeing how truly blessed we are, especially in moments when things are not going the way we want them to go.

when we give our mess, brokenness, lack, need and etc to God and totally surrender to him, we acknowledge that we trust his will and his plans for our lives, and we admit that without him we can’t do anything.

The best part is that when we surrender all our pieces to him, he in return gives us peace and joy as we await for his timing, and at the end of it all, things are bound to turn out for our own good.

Are you feeling tired? Are u feeling like things are not going the way you want them to go? It’s time to stop fixing things and give it to God.

He’s faithful

He will make sure everything works out for your good, and he will align you with his will and place you exactly where he wants you to be.


Wait on the Lord

Now that you have gotten the courage to start, I pray that you keep your hope alive and fix your eyes on God.  So that he may help you through the process to the end of it all.

Because most of the time the process is always tough and ugly. You may encounter forces that may make you want to quit, make u want you to give up and go back to your comfort zone.

But those that wait upon the Lord, he shall renew their strength.

Keep pushing

Keep trusting

Keep believing in yourself and your capabilities.

You’ve got this

I love you, so does God!

Lessons from Nehemiah

I was supposed to finish reading the book of Nehemiah on 10th this month. But I ran behind schedule due to alot of things that came up that I’m currently working on.

The good news is that I didn’t give up, I was able to finish what I started. And I must confess I’m really proud of myself.

I used to be the kind of woman that loved to leave things pending. Like I start something and I leave it on the way. I commit to something and I don’t see it through the end.

And I have been working on that area of my life. And I thank God for his grace, because your girl has changed alot. She makes sure she accomplishes everything she starts no matter how small it is.

These are some of the lessons I was able to learn from Nehemiah, from chapter 1 to 13.

  • Always ask God for direction through prayers before partaking any task.
  • Invest time is assessing your plans, make sure you understand it before jumping right into it or before implementation.
  • When we seek God and surrender our plans to him. God will establish it.
  • Just because God’s favour is upon your vision/ plans doesn’t mean you will not experience challenges.
  • In the midst of challenges let your focus remain in God alone as you keep working on your plans.
  • Quit listening to the discouraging voices, focus on seeking God and finding solutions in the midst of challenges.
  • Starve your distraction and focus on your vision.
  • Do everything in reverence for God. Always choose what is fair and right no matter what. And the Lord’s favour will always be with you.
  • Sometimes the enemy gets intimidated by what God is doing in your life or through you. He therefore plans ways to attack you.
  • Always stand firm and ask God for wisdom on how to handle the attacks.
  • Partnering with God will help you triumph over the threats of the enemy.
  • Just because a deal seems too good and favourable, doesn’t mean it’s from God or doesn’t mean it’s really good for you and your vision.
  • Your community of friends should be composed of people with integrity, and those that fears the Lord. Those are the ones you should put around your vision.
  • Who you choose to walk with in your vision matters.
  • The joy of the Lord should be your strength.
  • After God has helped you accomplish your plans/ goals, always remember to give a sacrifice of thanksgiving and celebrate God’s faithfulness.
  • God’s faithfulness should bring you more close to him through faith.
  • Always remember to keep the covenant you made with God.

I hope you find this useful as you apply it on your day to day life.

But I will encourage you to take time and read it by yourself. The holy Spirit may reveal some lessons to you that are not in mine.

It’s always good to read the word by yourself and not to depend on others interpretation. Because God yearns to also connect with you and speak to you through his word..

Goodbye and God bless you.

What to do in your waiting season.

Waiting season, is that season that you have made your request known to God, and you are waiting for him to answer you, direct or guide you. Whatever the case it is.

What we do with the waiting season matters alot, and determines the outcome of everything.

This is what you need to do while you are in your waiting season.

  • Be persistent in your request to God. Luke 18:1-8
  • Listen. Spend time with God through his word and listen to his directions.
  • Keep walking in obedience. Obedience is the key for us to walk in God’s ordained blessings for us. John 15:7
  • Ask God to mould you by uprooting everything in you that is not from him. Uproot every character, every old mindset, uproot every covenant that you have made with the evil one.
  • Ask God for his wisdom on how to handle the challenges that come with the blessings.

The last two points are very important, because no matter how huge the blessing is, if you walk in your blessings with old mindset and character, the blessing won’t be useful. Infact your toxic mindset/character will lead to your own downfall.

Every blessing has a challange of some kind attached to it. And if you don’t operate from God’s wisdom then you may tend to quit on what you prayed and waited for from God.

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God bless you and supply you with the grace you need in your waiting season.

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Psalms 100

In the book of Psalms 100, we only have 5 verses.

Shout for joy to the Lord , all the earth.  Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.  Know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us, and we are his ; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.  Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name.  For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.
Psalms 100:1‭-‬5 NIV

In verse 3 “know that the Lord is God. it is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, the sheep of his pastures.

In this verse we see the provision of God for us, as his people/ children. Therefore, there is no need to worry, because he has already provided for us. Our needs are already sorted, and sometimes he gives us overflow but other times he releases what we need at the right or exact time. And he gives us just enough.

Just as it says in verse 3 we are the sheep of his pasture. Meaning he already have something for us (pasture) and as his sheep we are entitled to the pasture.

Meaning we belong to him, whatever is his, is ours too. We are his heirs.

Isn’t that so beautiful?

Verse 5 For the Lord is good and his love endures forever, his faithfulness continues through all generations.

What a beautiful thing to be God’s person. His goodness, his love and his faithfulness for us is something else. Something that we should cling on forever.

Therefore family, he deserves our worship, praise and thanksgiving. With shouts of joy.

All glory to God!

Reminder to believers

When God has called you for his purpose, his hand will be upon you all through the way.

And when I say his hand will be upon you; I mean his favour, protection, provision, direction and even encouragement. Will be with you.

It will be with you in form of people we know and even sometimes people we’ve never seen before. Because God uses people to reach to us, he uses people to answer our prayers.

It’s therefore very important to treat people with kindness and love.

And in the midst of God’s hand being with us, we can still face difficult moments and challenges.

So when you are faced with challenges, it doesn’t mean that God has deserted you.

His gracious hand will still be with you even in the midst of the storm.

God bless you

Playing safe

I believe we all know what it means to play safe. And most of us have found ourselves playing safe in one occasion or the other.

Playing safe in the sense that, we don’t want to choose sides and we are trying to be a little bit of both sides, or we don’t want to make a decision because we are scared of hurting someone in the process.

Been there done that, infact alot of times.

But today I’m talking about how we as believers and followers of Christ play safe, playing safe in the sense that we are neither cold nor hot.

We claim to be believers, but our actions say otherwise. We boast about Christ and declare him as Lord and savior, but in the real sense we don’t want to quit the bad behaviors and leave behind the things of this Earth.

We are still holding tight to the temporary things of the world. We claim to follow Jesus and believe in him but we don’t want to do the work and deny ourselves to be like him.

We are warned in revelation 3: 16

So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth.
Revelation 3:16 NIV

We will be spit out from Jesus mouth. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to be spit out by Jesus.

The good news is that there is hope. Jesus is calling us to come to a place of repentance.

He is knocking awaiting for us to open for him, that’s how much he loves us, he wants us to change our ways and accept him and walk in his righteousness.

Because when we do that he will give us the right to sit with him on his throne.

Just as he says

To the one who is victorious, I will give the right to sit with me on my throne, just as I was victorious and sat down with my Father on his throne.  Whoever has ears, let them hear what the Spirit says to the churches.”
Revelation 3:21‭-‬22 NIV

We are called not to be like the church of Laodicea.

I created a video about the church of Sardis and how we relate to it as children of God. Please check it out below



Have you ever imagined God’s love for us? Do you even understand how deep it is?

I have been in a dark place for some time, and I found myself scared and worried of how things are going to be and how they will turn out.

This means I didn’t trust God enough. Trust that he will see me through it, trust that he will provide me with the grace I need to go through this season of my life.

I felt really bad and guilty of the fact that I didn’t trust God. And I condemned myself of how God maybe dissapointed with me, that despite knowing his good promises over my life, I chose to dwell in the problems at hand.

But our feelings doesn’t change God’s love for us. The fact is that he send his own son to die for our sins. Just as the word says

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
John 3:16 KJV

God’s love for us is unconditional. We haven’t done anything to deserve it.

The same God’s love led me to his word today, as I was busy condemning myself and thinking of how God could be dissapointed with me because I don’t trust him enough.

He led me to Romans 8:38, it’s a verse that I have known, for a long time, but I wasn’t thinking about it in this season of my life.

As i read it, I saw it from another angle and it spoke to me. God used it to assure me of his love for me. That he loves me, no matter what.

And I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God’s love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about tomorrow—not even the powers of hell can separate us from God’s love.
Romans 8:38 NLT

Not even my fears of today, nor my worries for tomorrow can seperate me from God’s love.

Nothing, totally nothing can seperate you from God’s love, his love for you, will never change. And the evidence of that love, is his own son Jesus Christ.

God bless you.