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Something About Confession

Hello Sis! I hope you're having a great week. The Holy spirit dropped this in my heart to encourage you with: On Friday, my husband observed something like a skin overlap around my first son's gum. He drew my attention to it and after checking it, to say I was concerned was the least. I tried to remove my mind from it, occupied myself with other things. Then I decided we would visit the dentist on Saturday. Suddenly, I was reminded of one of the lines from the supernatural childbirth confession that "teeth forms perfectly". I reassured myself that whatever it was, it is settled because a word had gone way ahead in 2016/2017 when I was pregnant with him. With this, I was able to shake off every concern I had even though we still went to the dentist's. After seeing the dentist on Saturday, he confirmed it was not abnormal and the skin overlap would fall off say in weeks however, its likely to be painful. Fast forward to Sunday, I checked and I could

Pruned for the Richer Life

Hello Sis, In terms of wine making, pruning is the most important part of the process. It determines the quality of the wine produced. Grapes only come out from 2nd year wood so, the previous year's wood is pruned (strategic cut off of some part) to get grapes for the new year. After pruning, the cane seem disfigured but only for a while because shortly after, it regenerates and produces better grapes for wine. "Any branch in Me that does not bear fruit [that stops bearing] He cuts away (trims off, takes away); and He cleanses and repeatedly prunes every branch that continues to bear fruit, to make it bear more and richer and more excellent fruit." - John 15:2 AMPC God prunes us continuously in our Christian journey. It is important to say here that with pruning comes discipline. "because the Lord disciplines the one he loves, and he chastens everyone he accepts as his son.” - Hebrews 12:6 NIV The results of a pruning exercise shows in the future

A Hundred Fold!

Hey Sis, I trust that the fast is going on well for as many that are engaging as proclaimed by their churches. It is my prayer that for every prayer we are sowing in this season, we will reap a hundred fold testimony and answers (Amen). Ensure you are engaging with your heart and not just watching the time and days pass by. Do not also be idle and weak, ensure you are still being productive and doing things of value. Remember to pray for others around you too and also remember to pray for #WomenOfTheGodKind. There are a couple of programs coming up in the year for the enrichment of every sister. Lastly, let's also put it in mind to pray for our Team lead for wisdom and direction for a great year for us all. God bless you💞💞 Your Sis

Goal Setting

Hello Sis, I believe your week has been awesome, the Lord is your strength in Jesus Name. Its the third week of the year and I am a believer of "it's never too late to learn how to do life better". From time to time, we set out to achieve a thing or two which are often called goals. However, the bone of contention is whether we set these goals in a way to make them achievable. As cliche as this may sound, goals are fundamental to most success stories. Goals are destinations, where you want to be or what you want to achieve over a period of time. The period of time could be short term (within a year), medium term (greater than a year but less than 5 years) or long-term (over 5 years). You would agree with me that the importance of timing in setting goals cannot be overemphasized. I do not intend to dwell on theories (which I'm sure you're familiar with already) so, i will be sharing practicable ways of setting and smashing your goals (using myself a

Faith Comes by Hearing

My Dearest Sisters, Happy New week! This week, something phenomenal shall happen to you in Jesus Name. Amen. I like to start my year charged and equipped by reading the Word and other relevant materials. Ofcourse, this is an all year exercise however I take particular care to do this at the beginning of the year because it puts the year in perspective. Why is reading the Word so important? it builds your faith. There's no faith outside the Word of God. To please God and reach our destinies, we need faith. That is why any and every atrack we face is an attempt to attack our faith. Once the faith is attacked, destiny is attacked and so is our walk with God. "So then faith cometh by hearing , and hearing by the word of God."- Romans 10:17 KJV You cannot 'overhear' the Word, it is a continuous thing. The process of faith is like that of a seed. A seed doesn't bring forth fruits the day it is planted, it requires continous watering and pruning for t

Put A Structure in place

Hello Sisters, I welcome you to year 2019! May God order your steps, ignite in you a fresh passion for the word, prayer and an intimate work with God. Amen! A typical example of what I'll be sharing in this post is the saying that 'dress how you want to be addressed', that is, what flows to you is a function what you wear (the structure). This saying refects something fundamental- the law of structure and flow which states that you must put a structure (order) in place that would make the things you want flow to you. So take Noah for example, he built an ark (the structure) as instructed by God and the animals came to him 2 by 2. How about the widow in 2 Kings 4 whom Elijah told to get enough empty jars from her long as she had jars (structure) the oil kept flowing. Why am I sharing this now? I figure it would help us as we go along the new year. It would be inappropriate to expect results without preparing for it. It's not enough to know th