Tag Archives: love

A NEW LOVE INTEREST

What happens when you have a new love interest?

Especially when he’s a hottie, fresh from the oven baked with goodies!

I know someone who has a new love interest. And she’s super excited about it.

You know how you’re longing for something good and it finally arrives, like Nigeria winning their second match in the World Cup after being beaten previously by Croatia…..that’s the feeling.

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SOMETIMES

Sometime we don’t even know how strong we are until being strong is the only option we have left.

Sometimes we find it hard to be eased of the pain, the frustration that comes from trying to hard to please another that we forget to live.

Sometimes we build our choice, our dreams on the expectations of men leaving us to wallow in deep regret and silent shame.

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DON’T FORGET THE JOY

A Devotional

by Kenneth Copeland

“Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice.” Philippians 4:4

Years ago, I decided I was going to walk by the Word of God. I told God that, as far as I was concerned, His Word was final and I’d confess it the rest of my life no matter what. That was the most important decision I’ve ever made.

Not too long after that, I decided that no matter what happened, whether I felt like it or not, I’d walk in love. Because the Bible clearly says “faith worketh by love.” It won’t work any other way.

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BE CONFIDENT, NOT COVETOUS

Be confident in your purpose, not coveting another man’s purpose.

While having the God and Me moment in the early hours of today, this message dropped.

I understood it immediately, because I’ll say lately I’ve been wanting some kind of success maybe because the process has been completed and the product looks polished compared to mine which is just starting and of course a raw material just starting production looks all messy and unrefined!

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A LOVE; FOREVER

June 08, 2018 | A Poem.

 – Chukukere Amarachi 

I will wait….

Till it’s right, I will wait…

Though it tarries, I’d wait

I’ll wait for the love that’s right, not hurtful but peaceful…

For the love that doesn’t care about what others think…

For the love, who’s rhythm makes my inner soul dance even when a song isn’t playing,a love that brings melody to my spirit…

For the love that ignites my lights, even when it’s far away, the love so exciting and free..

I’ll wait…

For the love that melts my lips, that drives a sensation down my spine, that makes my bones burn…

For the love that’s always got me; us! Love uncompromising, a love so selfless…

For the love caught in the imperfect moments with the lights and sound blessing us with their presence, for the love full of pleasant surprises…

For the love that isn’t afraid to be expressed and felt, the love without no boundaries…

I’ll wait…

For when the time is right, a love pure and true, humble and forgiving, a love full of never-ending passion, intense and serene, wild and mild, a love full of adventures….

For the love that rises like the rays of the dawning sun, beautiful and fulfilling that shines like refined gold…

For the love that lives on the natural fibre of respect, a love that sparks up emotions in every room when we walk in…

For a love that makes us drive into the deepest part of the ocean, savoring the known unknown, as we crave for our inner souls to meet and dive into eternity leaving us wanting for more…

I’ll wait….

For the love that needs no introduction, that everyone looks forward to, that everyone has waited for so long; that your one, my love…

Most importantly, for the love that would build my faith and lead me closer to God, that would strengthen my faith and enable me fulfill my vision…

A love of no mediocre….

A love that breathes forever….

I will wait, for a love that’s two-sided, this and nothing less!

AFRICA MERCY

04. 06. 2018 || A Call to Serve

When he was just 19, Don and his Colorado youth group were in the Bahamas when Hurricane Cleo swept through causing massive devastation. As the group sheltered in an old WWII aircraft hangar,

From a prayer request a 19 year old heard as he and his youth group from Colorado sheltered away after the Hurricane Cleo storm in the Bahamas that swept through causing a great devastation to being used to provide an answer; Don Stephens entered this huge risk with God and founded Africa Mercy with his wife, Deyon.

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EXTRAVAGANT LOVE

02. 06. 2018. || A Soul’s Yearning!

I really love and admire the gift of God upon ‘s life. I found this song about the love of God sang by her and it’s lyrics spoke deep into my soul.

On this episode of Dealing With Pain, I’ll really love everyone going through a painful situation right now to soak up on this song, to allow this song minister to us and speak life into our spirits!

You are coming out stronger and better! That pain would lead to your victory.

I’m reaching out in love, God loves you so much!

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DON AND DEYON STEPHENS

I am a lover of reaching out and giving out. When I first heard about Africa Mercy – I was overly delighted. I couldn’t bring my human understanding to phantom how a group of individuals would leave their comfort zone and travel far and wide to give out help selflessly!

I got to read about their founders and was even more inspired. Having a child with autism didn’t limit The Stephens instead they are using their pain to cause a change for others…. I honestly wish they can come to Nigeria, it would be such a delight to work with them!

So…….

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FREE FROM THE CURSE

30. 05. 2018 || A DEVOTIONAL

by Kenneth Copeland

“Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree.” Galatians 3:13

You know the story. Satan came to Adam’s wife in the form of a serpent and deceived her into disobeying God. Adam, although he was not deceived, followed suit.

When Satan came into the Garden that day, he didn’t have any power at all. He had to come in like a sneak, not even talking to Adam directly but talking to his wife.

Now Adam was standing there, and he should have kicked him out right then. But he didn’t. He set aside the command God had given him and did what Satan told him to do instead. And when he did that, he made Satan his lord.

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