Let me ask this question; will you go to request something from someone if you know he\she won't answer or give you? I assume no.But we often ask God with doubts in our heart. Before we ask from God for anything we should always check our heart; do we truly believe he will give us what we ask ? If no what's the point of asking then.
Give us day by day our daily bread.Luke 11 Vs 3 NKJV There's a daily allocation for us and for our family from God; everything we could possibly need and more. Unfortunately, it's often left unused and untapped because we either didn't know about it or we forget to ask or think we won't get … Continue reading DAILY PROVISION
The soul of a lazy man desires, and has nothing; But the soul of the diligent shall be made rich. Proverbs 13:4 NKJV
The Lord has today declared you to be His people, a treasured possession, as He promised you, and that you should keep all His commandments; and that He will set you high above all nations which He has made, for praise, fame, and honor; and that you shall be a consecrated people to the Lord … Continue reading DAILIES 
She knows herselfBut she allowed society determine tell her she's wrongShe allowed them steal her identitySo the blind leads the deafDeaf because she allowed their lies block her earsEvery word spoken with intentTo mold her to look like all othersTo shape her into who God has not called herBut not anymoreToday she steps up and … Continue reading IDENTITY THEFT
Things happened fast. The sky grew black with wind-driven clouds, and then a huge cloudburst of rain, with Ahab hightailing it in his chariot for Jezreel. And God strengthened Elijah mightily. Pulling up his robe and tying it around his waist, Elijah ran in front of Ahab’s chariot until they reached Jezreel. 1 Kings 18:45-46 … Continue reading YOU HAVE A PART TO PLAY
A fool is known by their words and acts. Don't be a fool by sharing knowledge prematurely, always sit with it first.
In it we find the answers to all of life questions.
I got admission into higher institution late after finishing secondary school and I remember then that I was so focused and anxious to gain admission that I missed out on those years and on what I could have achieved (despite the advice from my family).