Wednesday, 27 August 2014

I am a member of Savannah Ministries Inc. and I worship at Savannah Grace Chapel Makurdi. I live in Makurdi. I have a pastor. He is my prophet...and I have to had to learn to hear him, not just because he watches over my soul, but because he is God's gift to me. So we're having a meeting this weekend. It starts tomorrow actually. Makurdi Miracle and Healing Convention 2014. I look forward to hearing WORDS. Words have made my life.

I believe in God the Father. I believe in Jesus Christ the Son, Who is the Firstborn of us all who are born again into God's family. I believe in the Holy Ghost. I believe in His power to save, heal and deliver. I believe in the resurrection. I believe that Jesus died for my sins, was buried, and rose again on the 3rd day to give me victory. I believe that all my sins are forgiven and God is not mad at me. I believe that he loves me forever and He does not see evil in me. I believe I am righteous because Jesus gave Himself up for me. I believe I am rich because Jesus made me rich in His death on the Cross. I believe I am healed because He took my pains and disease in His body as He died. I believe that God is good, He is real, and He is true. I believe that I have a mansion in heaven, and soon, Jesus will come to take me home. I believe that He saved me from hell, death and fear, and ultimately, from the lake of fire that burns with sulfur and brimstone. I believe that God loves me. I believe that He is merciful to me. I believe that He has bound Himself to me and will not change His mind about me.

I believe all of this, and more, because the Bible says so.

What do you believe? It makes all the difference in the world.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

So I have been praying a lot because there's nothing else to do. Praying and believing. I know in my heart that God is good, and I believe in His goodness. I have had a trying couple of weeks and have been learning to just trust God. Even if I didn't want to, I have no other choice. And now, it has become not my last choice, but my first and only choice.

We had a fire service on Sunday last, and I have been learning to receive things in my spirit and rest. A friend of mine who's getting married soon did something. She called me, and gave me her engagement ring to wear, and held my hand. The power of God came upon me so strong and I heard these words: "It is a done deal." I have been waiting for that moment for a while now because I am also trusting God for my marriage. And in that moment, it's like everything came together for me. I know I cannot err in this way because it is God Himself that has put me here. He's teaching me practical things. I call it the practical-ness of love. It isn't always a warm fuzzy feeling, but it is still love when God is involved.

So I keep praying, and holding this man in my heart even when I feel like just uprooting him and throwing him away...which I can't and I don't even really want to.

And MHC is weekend. I'm expectant.
God is faithful, and that is the story of my life.
Oh, and I really meant to write this epiphany...though it's not so new sha: God forgives sins because He is good.

Wednesday, 6 August 2014


So this is my first blog. We can call it my opening blog. I have wanted to do this for quite a long time ow, and I always thought that it was a bigger deal than it really is. But it isn't. It is quite simple: Just Write.

God is good. This became really deep for me when I realised that many people, sometimes myself inclusive, do not want Him to be good, but He still is. We don't always want His help, because we are men, and we want to prove to ourselves that we have some measure of control over our affairs, but He helps us anyway.

God is good. He changes everything about us the moment we believe that He is good. He started looking at man differently from the first day He shed  blood for us. God is good. He makes our heart just like His own. Imagine! Stubborn, pig-headed, foolish, strong-willed man gets to have God's good and large heart of love. He is good.

God's goodness is amazing, and you'll hear me (or read) talk (or write) about this goodness quite often.


God loves you.