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6 THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN YOU FEEL DISCOURAGED

We have grand plans, don’t we? In my third year in the university, I had this journal where I wrote down plans and goals for my future – the company I wanted to build, the age I would get married, how much much money I wanted to make, the name I wanted to go by… But then as I encountered God and became deliberate about my walk with Him, a lot changed. In the years that followed my graduation from...

ARE YOU EQUIPPED FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT?

Few months ago, I watched a video where a young man in a music competition performed beautifully. Even though something was missing, you could tell he knew the chords. At the end, his rendition was rejected. What surprised me was the discussion that went on between the judges as he left the stage. They said he knew all the technicalities. He probably attended a good music school and went through...

YOU CAN HAVE A SOLID PRAYER LIFE. HERE’S HOW

Have you ever returned from a prayer conference and felt so much on fire that you sit behind a desk, write out goals for your prayer life, a routine for your spiritual growth all the while your heart bursts with excitement? There was a time I returned from a meeting so fire up and I had all of my plans laid out but after a few days when it was time for pray, I wasn’t interested and...

IS GOD REALLY LEADING YOU TO TAKE THAT STEP?

God does not owe any one of us an explanation for the instructions He gives to us. Sometimes, you may want to take a step that seem really legitimate but there is a restraint in your heart, what then do you do? You leave it. Imagine this. A sister, trusting God for a life partner, gets a marriage proposal by this very nice brother. This brother is very responsible, accountable to a spiritual...

I REMEMBER WHEN I WAS A TEACHER- A GLASS OF IFE GRACE

I was in law school when I began to sense that I would have something to do with secondary school students after my graduation. It was heavy on my heart. The more I prayed about it, the stronger the impression I had. By the time I was handed my NYSC posting letter to Benue state, It was settled in my heart that I would serve in a secondary school. How that was going to happen, I had no idea...

LEAVING THE PAST BEHIND 1

LEAVING THE PAST BEHIND SERIES Part One: Righteousness Now, if anyone is enfolded into Christ, he has become an entirely new person. All that is related to the old order has vanished. Behold, everything is fresh and new. 2 Corinthians 5:17 TPT Written by Princess Thomas One Sunday morning at church, I was asked to take the scriptural reading for the service. I was awe-struck. I rushed to the...

WHY CAN’T I GET RID OF THIS SINFUL HABIT? MONICA WRITES

Last week, I was at your house to see your roommate, Shewa. You were sitting in front of the veranda on a kitchen stool crying. I stopped to ask what the matter was, but I knew it was a wrong time to engage in any discussion with you. I left you alone and went in to see Shewa. I was concerned. It’d be the third time I’d see you crying profusely. There had been other times though where you looked...

CONVICTION IS OF THE HEART

Topic: Conviction is by the Spirit Text: Acts 2:37, I Corinthians 2:1-5 Written by Priscilla Oyewole There are times when we misunderstand our role in the divine business of saving souls. We play God sometimes and as a result we do not see the result we desire. We must continually see that our place in drawing men to God is to spread the Good news – the birth, death, burial, resurrection...

WHEN GOD RESTRAINS YOU FROM MAKING THAT MOVE

One of the most powerful statements I’ve read came from a title to a blog post by one very amazing blogger. Remain where you heard God last. Those words are heavy, I tell you. For several seconds I couldn’t even click on the link to the post, I just kept staring and pondering on the title. By the way, you should check out Dupe’s blog. She has wonderful contents there. You know, It’s so hard when...

HOW TO DEAL WITH SOCIAL MEDIA ADDICTION AND PURSUE SPIRITUAL GROWTH

Can our minds ever get quiet? Pressing this thing called phone was my hobby. If my phone could talk, it’d have screamed, ‘Leave me alone for a day please!’ For many of us, our phones have become part of our lives. At work, in church, in the bus, on the dining table and even on the road, our eyes are glued to our phones. We have fallen into gutters, gone past our bus stops, gone late to work...

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