Dear God, I’m Ready For My Miracle

I’m ready to pass the test. I’m ready for the final result. I’m ready to close the chapter of pain and loss. I’m ready to heal from my past heartbreak. I’m ready to close that door forever. I’m ready to put an end to the stormy days and the lonely nights. I’m ready for you to reveal to me the reasons behind my struggles. I’m ready for the blessings that you’ve kept me waiting for. I’m ready for the blessings that follow every hardship.

I’m ready to accept your blessings. I now feel like I deserve them. I now have faith in you and your plans. I will be able to cherish the blessings you bring me. I will be able to appreciate the little things and be grateful for them because I know how hard it was to get them. I know how hard it was without them. I’ve learned not to take your blessings for granted.

I’m ready for your miracle because I think I learned my lessons. I think I’m becoming the person you wanted me to become. I think I’m closer to you more than ever now. I know you’re my healer. I only run to you when I’m confused. I only talk to you when I’m sad. I’m ready for your miracle because I know you heard me and my prayers. I know you want to see me happy and I know you want what’s best for me and I’m ready for it. I’m the best version of myself these days and I am prepared to receive your best gifts.

I know this is my year. I know this is my time. I know this is the part of my story where everything changes for the better. I know this is the part of my story that takes me to a whole new universe.

Because you and I both know how hard the journey has been, how hard the past few years have been and how tired I am. We both know that I tried it all, fell down and got back up. We both know that things haven’t been easy or smooth. We both know that I almost gave up on myself and my life and we both know that I’ve used up all my energy and my strength to fight back and rise again. We both know that I only have very little left in me to fight or try again. We both know that anything more than that will be more than I can handle so this is where I leave it all up to you.

This is where I surrender to your power. This is where I sit back as you fight my battles. This is where I raise my hands and tell you that I’ve done my part and I can’t do this on my own anymore.

And I think, I believe , this is where you tell me that I’ve seen enough and dealt with enough and passed all your difficult tests so here’s my reward. Here’s my miracle. Here’s the blessings that will take all the pain away. Here’s the magic that happens when you have faith in me and allow me to finish your story. It’s always better than the one you had in mind. I’m full of beautiful surprises and I’m ready to unfold them to you one by one.

To everyone waiting and patient to recieve their breakthrough, I say to you today, your breakthrough is here already. Open your hearts and recieve it by faith!

How to Help Without Judging the Needy?

I had to post this and share with you.

It can be difficult to give to the needy without judging the circumstances surrounding the need. But with God’s guidance we can act in generosity and love.

When it comes to helping the needy, it is a given for Christians to display the act of giving without hesitating or judging. And yet, it should be a form of generosity that comes from the heart and not as an obligation. But there are certain scenarios that made me wonder about the act of helping and to what extent can we do it without judging others.

A Few Scenarios:

1. There are lots of scams and illegal activities.

How many of you have encountered this in your lifetime? An example is a letter requesting for monetary help sent to a particular bank account because a certain relative has a serious illness that requires a major operation, only to find out later on that they want to use the money on something else that’s illegal.

2. If it’s not illegal, it is to fulfill a splurge.

Have you ever experienced someone asking you for money to provide for his/her child tuition fee and yet you saw on the person’s Facebook account they bought new bags, a Starbucks coffee, and new gadgets that you, yourself, can’t afford? The danger here is not feeling the bitterness of sharing your hard-earned money with someone who splurged it on wants.

3. Help was given but it wasn’t enough.

Someone asked you for monetary help because of an emergency. Upon looking at your budget, you saw that you can only spare a couple of bucks. You still did give that small amount of money. A month later, you heard from someone that the person you just helped called you heartless for giving only a little amount when they know you can give more.

4. Giving money and food to a person on the street who was dissatisfied with what you’ve given.

And worse, when you gave him a penny, he answered back with an, “Only this? What can I buy with this?” Or when you gave your favorite bread, you saw it in the trash bin a couple of minutes later.

Give Without Expectation or Judging

The list can go on and on. But these scenarios I have provided actually made me realize about the real motive behind my act of giving and helping those who asked for help whether they really need it or not. Indeed, there have to be no expectations on our end. Give without expecting anything in return, so to speak. Not even a “thank you.” If we give with expectations of something in return, we will likely wind up disappointed. We should give because we want to help and only that.

Wisdom and Discernment in Giving

And yet, helping those in need must be accompanied by a great deal of wisdom and discernment on our part, because not all of the “needs” can actually help the person for good. An example is asking for financial assistance only to be used for an addiction like substance abuse.

At this point, the kind of help that we can give isn’t exactly what the person is asking for. But it has to be something deeper and greater than that, and that is pointing the person towards God. We cannot help the person if we tolerate sin, and tolerating sin is offensive to God. That will make us as an instrument for the person to sin more instead of being a helper towards his/her greater good.

Learn how to give without judging

We cannot judge the people who come to us for help. They may have varying needs, and yet this is the perfect moment to ask God in prayer for the Spirit’s leading. This is the part where we cannot rely on our judgment alone lest our weak human emotions be used by the enemy to his advantage. We can’t allow that to happen. There is a possibility we’ll make the wrong decision sometimes still, but if we have God’s wisdom to lead our judgment, we can be assured we are making one that will honor Him and genuinely help those who are in need.

“And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.” – Hebrews 13:16


Question: What are some practical ways we can begin helping instead of judging?


Credit to:  Christine Lailani Ginete – Rome

Good To Be Back After a Long Break

Good day,

It is good to be back after 3 months of not posting as always. I was privileged to be the handler of one of the housemates in the just concluded Big Brother Naija 2019. This was a great experience for me to be able to learn more about Public relations, and also how to manage my temper and character towards people. In the space of 3 months, I lost my job, but never will i fret knowing God has opened a better door for me again.

Also, the Lord blessed my home with an handsome baby boy, who looks so much like his dad😁 Am delighted to share this with you fam, because I know your prayers will go a long way for me and my family.

Jesse Cardozo Johnson

Am happy to be back, to do what I do best by inspiring and motivating people around. I really miss you guys!

I hope have not gotten rusty though 😄😂

Have a wonderful, fulfilled day guys.

The Quickest Ways To Avoid It: Depression Is Real!

I won’t stop till this message goes viral and touch someone out there who is facing a lot of challenges.

DEPRESSION IS REAL Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. It’s Real!

Say NO to depression, say NO to suicide!

Do you wish to help?

👪Stop calling that child a fool or empty vessel.

👪Stop referring to any child as a failure.

🚻Stop asking single friends why they are not yet married

🚼Stop asking married couples without kids what they are waiting for

🚹Stop asking people why they’re too fat.

Your stomach is too big just after one child? Oga, you eat so much? Don’t you do exercise? Please it’s none of your business

🚷Stop telling people to add up a little. You look skinny, why? Be careful.

You’re not feeding them

😎Stop seeing jobless people as lazy people

You don’t know how hard they are trying to secure one

⚠Stop blaming people about what fate has offered

NOTE: You’re just so lucky. It’s not your smartness that got you where you are. It’s called GRACE (common or uncommon), Opportunity, chance, are all as a result of timely mercy.

Don’t be happy about others failure (raise the feeble handed)

If you can help someone do it without grudge.

If you can’t, God will raise helpers from elsewhere…

♿Stop getting others depressed!

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Joyce Meyer Love Life Women’s Conference 2019

Joyce Meyer Love Life Women's Conference 2019

It’s yet another women’s conference from Joyce Meyer, as she continues to inspire women around the world through her yearly conferences. Last year was a success filled with powerful women and men of God in teaching and worship. This year will be greater and better with powerful women and men of God coming together to make this conference a memorable one.

To register for this conference click here

Also checkout highlights from last year’s conference below..

STAY BLESSED!!!

Receiving what we DON’T deserve!

If you have never read Isaiah 61, please stop and read that chapter. It is incredible!

Isaiah 61 is a prophecy that pointed to the coming Messiah, and all of the things that were going to happen when the Messiah came. Repeatedly in Isaiah 61, we read that instead of getting “X” (what we truly deserve), we are going to receive “Y” (some measure of complete mercy and favor from the Lord) when the Messiah comes. Here are some examples to illustrate what I am talking about:

1. Instead of ashes, we receive a crown of beauty (Isaiah 61:3 NIV)

2. Instead of mourning, we receive the oil of joy (Isaiah 61:3 NIV)

3. Instead of despair, we receive a garment of praise (Isaiah 61:3 NIV)

4. Instead of shame, we receive a double portion (Isaiah 61:7 NIV)

5. Instead of disgrace, we receive a joyful inheritance (Isaiah 61:7 NIV)

Every single day, people ask me in passing, “How are you?” The common response is, “I’m great,” or “I’m fine.” I have recently come across several Christians who like to put a little twist on this common American greeting and respond with, “I’m better than I deserve!” What an incredibly true statement within the context of Isaiah 61!

What we truly deserve from God is to be cut off. We deserve a crown of ashes, mourning, despair, shame and disgrace. However, our God does not think like we think, and He does not see us the way that we see ourselves. He does not choose to look at us and see our sins. He doesn’t treat us according to the punishments that our sins should warrant. Instead, He chooses to look at us and see our value. He sees all the potential still in us to live exactly as He created us to live. So, instead of getting those things we think we deserve, He provides beauty, joy, praise and favor. He provides an inheritance greater than anything we can imagine!

Our God is so good!

I know that sounds cliché and simple. Sometimes, I think that as followers of Christ, we miss the power in that simple statement. Our God is good! He longs to reach out and show His presence in real and tangible ways. He longs to help the blind see, to bind up the broken-hearted, to set captives free, and to proclaim good news to the poor (Luke 4:18 NIV). If you don’t believe that then just turn to the gospels and read about all of the things that Jesus spent a good portion of His time doing; healing the sick, proclaiming the good news, and bringing hope to people who were down and out.

In reference to receiving healing and tangible blessings from God, I once heard someone say, “But my God doesn’t owe me that.” That person was absolutely right! Our God does not owe us any heavenly or earthly blessings. However, our God did not owe us salvation either. Yet, the Bible says that He came and offered us that free gift when we LEAST deserved it (Romans 5:8 NIV).

Of course our God does not owe us physical healing. Of course He does not owe us provision. God doesn’t even owe us breath in our lungs. However, as the life of Jesus clearly indicates, He longs to present us these gifts anyway. Jesus still healed the sick, even when they were sinners (John 5:5-14). He still multiplied fish and loaves to feed people who would later walk away from Him when His teachings became too much to handle (John 6).

He still raised people from the dead and put breath back in their lungs (John 11).

I am not saying that this grace gives us license to do whatever we want! God’s relentless grace was meant to be a beckoning call to repentance. The Bible says that it is God’s goodness that leads us to repentance (Romans 2:4 KJV). Receiving His undeniable goodness when we are in a place of rebellion to His will makes us drop to our knees in awe of God. It drives us to finally give up fighting for our own will, and to trust Him enough to grab a hold of His.

This reminds me of when Jesus went fishing with Peter for the first time. When Jesus tells Peter where to drop the nets and Peter halls in a massive catch, Peter falls to his knees and says, “Go away from me, Lord; I am a sinful man” (Luke 5:8 NIV)! God’s goodness results in trust. Trust results in our submission to His will for our lives. This will for our lives results in an ever-strengthening relationship. Then, as we grow in relationship with Him and begin to do life His way, He can shower even greater heavenly blessings on our lives!

As I read Isaiah 61, I see a God so good that He created a master plan for me. A plan for me to receive every heavenly blessing that I could NEVER possibly earn or deserve.

I see a God proclaiming the plan for His relentless favor to be poured out on humanity, even though humanity did not deserve it.

Credit to: Brian Maisch

Prayer For The New Month

As this new month of April 2019 begins, here are our wishes for you:

May this month bring you satisfaction, peace and joy.

May all the desires of your heart be granted.

May this be the beginning of new things in your life.

Stay strong, be positive and fulfill your dreams
Happy new month friends!

My Prayer For You This March


May God perfect everything that needs to be perfected in your life this month. Happy New Month to you!

I pray that God will take your worries, failures and anxieties away from you in this new month in Jesus name. Happy New Month!
May you experience boundless happiness and blessings this new month and always. Happy New Month!

I pray that God will remove every stumbling block on your way to success in this new month. Happy New Month to you!
May God never cease to amaze you in every special way this new month!

Uncontainable blessings and favour of God are yours this new month in Jesus name.

Funke Akindele Bello And Hubby JJC Skillz Welcome Twins

Funke and Husband JJC

Am so happy right now. I call her Aunty Funke, she is my best Nollywood actress and one of the most humble and caring women have ever met.

After various miscarriages, God gifted her with beautiful twin boys today in the United States.

There is nothing too late for God. when people say there is a casting down, we will stand up and say there is a lifting up in Jesus name. Only if you guys know what she went through in life, even a so-called prophet
identified as  Olagorioye Faleyimu said she will never give birth. But God manifested Himself as always.

Never fret, depress, or sad in whatever situation you in now. There is nothing too late for God, in due time and season you will harvest your seeds sown in Jesus name. Amen!

I use this good news to declare and prophesy to anyone looking for the fruit of the womb or any breakthrough, that before the end of this year, you will give your testimony and sing a new song.

Funke Akindele

Am so happy!!! yagaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa…..

Accept God’s Timing

God gives us hopes and dreams for certain things to happen in our lives, but He doesn’t always allow us to see the exact timing of His plan. Although frustrating, not knowing the exact timing is often what keeps us in the program. There are times when we might give up if we knew how long it was going to take, but when we accept God’s timing, we can learn to live in hope and enjoy our lives while God is working on our problems. We know that God’s plan for our lives is good, and when we entrust ourselves to Him, we can experience total peace and happiness.

The book of Genesis tells the story of Joseph, who waited many years for the fulfillment of the dream God had given him. He was falsely accused and imprisoned before the time came for him to do what God had shown him he was to do. Exodus 13:17-18 tells us that God led the Israelites the longer, harder way on their journey to the Promised Land because He knew they were not yet ready to go in. There had to be time for their training, and they had to go through some very trying situations. They wasted a lot of time wondering about God’s timing, but God never failed to take care of them and show them what He wanted them to do. The same is true in our lives. It was many years after I received my call from God in February of 1976 before I finally began to see major fulfillment of what God had called me to do. God’s training period simply requires us to do what He tells us to do when He tells us to do it…without questioning or trying to figure everything out.

August: A Month Of Pleasant Surprises

My prayer for you this month.

“I want to congratulate you for making it to this month of A New Thing by the grace of God.

Father, August is the eight month of the year and eight is the symbol of a new beginning. In the month of August this year, give me a new beginning of everything; a new beginning of Joy , of blessings, of promotion, of a new anointing.

Father, September is the ninth month of the year and nine is the symbol of all sufficiency. In September this year, prove your all sufficiency in my life.

Father, October is the tenth month of the year and ten is the symbol of double grace. In October this year, let me have a taste of your amazing grace.

Father, November is the eleventh month of the Year and it is the symbol of exceedingly abundant. In November, do for me exceedingly, abundantly more than what I can ask for.

December is the Last month of the year, Father, in December of this year, crown all my effort with glorious success.

Father, I know nothing goes for nothing, let me serve you more than ever before this year. In every possible ways; in winning souls, in tithe and offering, in opening my house for house fellowship, in planting churches for you.

God bless you.

Meadow Hall Foundation Presents: Back To School Drive Project

In the words of Late Mother Teresa.

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”

“I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love.” – Mother Teresa

Meadow Hall foundation started this project “Back to school drive” to challenge the low factor of children having access into schools or school materials. The foundation is keen on reaching out to 1000 children and more to enroll them back to school, instead of staying at home or roaming the streets.

For your donations, kindly send to: Meadow Hall Charity Foundation (Access Bank 0695140643)

Your contribution will go a long way for these children.

For more information, sponsors, or partnership;

Email- info@meadowhallfoundation.org or

Call- 07058012288

Thank you for your interest and contribution.

Reasons Why Closed Doors Are Blessings In Disguise

“When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.” — Alexander Graham Bell

1. They are tools of fate forcing you to change your direction and find other doors. It’s the hands of God guiding you to another direction that’s better for you.

2. They teach you how to let go and accept that certain things might be taken away from you no matter how much you wanted them and there will be nothing you can do about it.

3. They teach you that banging on closed doors and knocking on them will not open them and will only hurt your hands.

4. They humble you because they make you realize that no matter how old you are, you still don’t know what’s best for you.

5. They give you peace of mind because you begin to understand that you cannot go back and force things to be as they once were.

6. They remind you of the other closed doors that led to nowhere; how you finally realized that they closed for a reason and how thankful you are now that they have closed.

7. They force you to step out of your comfort zone and try all your keys on different doors until one of them opens.

8. They teach you how to walk away when you discover that you deserve so much more than staring at a closed door.

9. They give you a chance to move forward when you refuse to. They’re powerful reminders of how life works sometimes; it could close doors you wanted to keep open and open doors you wanted to close. You will learn that doors don’t care about what you want.

10. They will teach you that some doors hide a lot of dark secrets behind them; secrets that could’ve destroyed you if you kept them open. They are examples of how things can look pretty on the outside and ugly on the inside.

11. They show you what doors to avoid in the future and what doors to open wider.

12. They guide you to the right ones. The ones that will keep you safe and the ones that will not lock you out.

Photos: Congratulations Tolulope And Ayodeji 2018

There is nothing like seeing your sister getting hitched. The joy of two coming together to become one is just a wonderful feeling.

What God has joined together, let no man put assunder. This Saturday is going to be Legen….. Wait for it….. dary 😁

It all started when we both thought of the future been married and starting a family. I remembered after church service we used to gist about life and how everything we ever wished for come to pass. Gradually sis, it’s already coming to pass.

The best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart.

True love is eternal, infinite, and always like itself. It is equal and pure, without violent demonstrations: it is seen with white hairs and is always young in the heart.

Love is physiologically a legal battle that lovers fight until death.

Congratulations sis… God bless your union!!

How I Spent My Easter Holiday

Easter is just an awesome season and my best holiday ever. How did you spend your Easter? Well I watched Passion of the Christ all through. That movie is just so touching and moving. Jesus is truly the son of God, nothing can stop me or hold me down, because death is defeated when He resurrected and conquered Satan forever and eternity.

Satan is just a joke, thinking through Jesus suffering and persecution was a win for him. “OYO” my brother was actually crying watching the movie, I was already far away thinking about the bad stuffs have done, was just asking for mercy watching the movie.

When it came to the scene of Christ crucifixion, I was faced down on my kneels, asking for forgiveness and also trying to skip the scene of golgotha.

Jesus you are so merciful. All that for a sinful soul like me. Who can do this if not for you.

He is Alive! Death is overcome