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July Wishes

Dear Friends, I’m grateful that we made it to July 2020. You’ll agree that the year has been a stressful one. I hope you’re well and keeping safe. Don’t be anxious, things will make sense soon and we’ll live to testify. Few hours before new year, I made a wish that I wanted to see […]

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Happy May

I wish you beauty because you made it to a beautiful month, sweet as the Lilies of the Valley and peaceful as quiet waters by the lakeside. I wish you even more; joy, happiness, progress, success, Divine speed and providence, greatness, hope, and love! HaPpY nEw MoNtH ❤💚💙 Start a blog here.

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Weekend Wish

I give you this green heart 💚. It’s a symbol of life💚 and abundance💚, of contentment and gratitude for another fine day. That’s my wish for you this sunny beautiful African morning.

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Poverty and Covid-19

This image says it all. All they have in rural Africa are hope, prayers and faith. Most of our leaders are little more than puppeteers.

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Covid-19 Update in Nigeria

The virus is still at large, and people move about freely as usual. Some news agencies reveal frightening figures. I can’t confirm these figures yet. Most public places; markets, schools and religious sites are open. Please keep us in your prayers. For those without Africa, we have you in our thoughts too. Stay safe, everyone.

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Self Reflection 11: Feed your Faith

Feed your faith, starve your doubts.

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You hold the Winds

You hold the Winds In Your great hands! For from away we see her toil As she sail above grass and soil With swift sweet airs she bless Earth that is brown and the green grass Heavenly airs bless each new day When we kneel to pray

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December, once again

Dry airs are your best emissaries They send fine dust flying into our eyes,  And some minute debris thru the window curtains Heralding your descent, welcome O December!  By the corner, under the trees shed We gather to feel your fresh breeze,  Feeling the tree leaves dance happily Tumbling they went, falling with joy The […]

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The Storm is Over

Continue in prayers -Colossians 4.2 Never lose hope when you see the storm come Never say never before before the day breaks For what seems to be the end might just be the start Of something fresh,  new and beautiful And after the cold winter comes the warm summer The clouds might leave the day […]

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Time to Pray

” …For where is God our maker, who giveth songs in the night, Who teaches us more than the beasts of the earth and makes us wiser than the birds of heaven?” -Job 35.10, 11 Now the lands is dry We seek drinking water Strife is the order of the day Pain, prejudice, poverty Little […]

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Poetale: Story of Faith

Once upon a time In a land separated By a peaked hill With clouds gathering On its highest tops The other side of the hill Nests the only stream Which serves all, cattle, man The villagers must then Climb the hill which was hectic A whooping half days trek To get to the stream To […]

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Church Boy

1. The church clock-bell dings On light morning sundays Waking the hamlet, the neighborhood Solemn, pink and sunny day A reverenced time, absolute All roads lead to the Lords House Pulling strange flowers on the way As the morning sun wakes from his slumber The clouds let the airs pull us about Leading us to […]

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