Thursday, 31 August 2017
# ALL NIGHTS ARE SUPERIOR TO THE DAY BECAUSE BEFORE GOD BROUGHT LIGHT, DARKNESS EXISTED.
# BLESSING IS SUPERIOR TO ALL CURSES BECAUSE BEFORE GOD CAUSED MAN FROM THE GARDEN, HE HAD EARLIER BLESSED MAN.
- learn to command your Day from the night seasons if you don't want to end in Frustrations.
- Don't over analyse and Emphasise on the traceable curses on, in & around your life.... Just focus on How to draw blessings from God, his servants and by your Givings because Just as light cancels darkness, so does Blessings bury Curses
🎤 ....By the Authority that backs me as an ambassador of light and a Carrier of the blessing, I announce today as your Day of exodus from that realm of darkness and curses into your palace of light and blessings.......
HAPPY SEPTEMBER IN ADVANCE....
Here are some traits you find in a person with atychiphobia
Today, I'm led completely by the Spirit of God to do all i do,say or think; my actions are compelled by the intimacy, love of God that is radiating in me and through me(Rom8:26).
I choose to finish this month with God and start the new month with God! I'm manifesting already by the Spirit-in Jesus' name...
Wednesday, 30 August 2017
Today, i know that God have a plan for me to bring me a future and my desires to pass(Jer29:11).
So i believe that I'm going to have a good day, spending enough time to pray for others, listen to God's word and stay connected with the Holy Spirit!
Tuesday, 29 August 2017
Been quite awhile I put up a new word,so let's see one today; and our today's word is...
Of or relating to the day before yesterday.say like two days ago.
So, this is a single word that can describe 'the day before yesterday'
This word was gotten from Latin nudius tertius, which literally means today is the third day.
Earliest documented use: 1647.
1) " I had called him that nudiustertian morning, asking him not to bother coming, only for him to still show up yesterday"
2) She came in around 2pm that nudiustertian afternoon.
This day, i see God taking charge, turning my story around and giving me a testimony that will cause even the hearers to marvel(Job26:10-12)!
# IF HE IS NOT PRESENT....NOTHING CAN BE SUFFICIENT.
- let the spirit take over your soul completely
- Learn to hand over every thing
(Hard or Simple) to the spirit for his direction.
- When you get the spirit Involved in all you do.... He turns your Best to great and your great to Excellent
.... Recieve the holy SPIRIT .......
Monday, 28 August 2017
The Federal Government has declared Friday, 1st and Monday 4th September, 2017 as public holidays to mark Eid-el-Kabir celebrations.
This was confirmed by the Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau, who made the declaration on behalf of the FG in a statement on Monday.
He congratulated Muslim faithful and all Nigerians, urging them to use the occasion to pray for peace, unity, prosperity and the stability of Nigeria.
Dambazau also urged citizens to join hands with President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, in its avowed determination to build a peaceful and harmonious country, “where the rights of every citizen are protected and guaranteed, as enshrined in the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”
The Minister assured Nigerians of security and safety in all parts of the country, emphasizing that security agencies have been directed to maintain peace and protect lives and property.
A new scheme targeted at providing improved access to housing finance to aspiring homeowners has been unveiled by stakeholders in the industry.
The scheme, known as My Own Home and domiciled with the Central Bank of Nigeria, is also expected to among other things provide awareness, education and practical tips to assist prospective homeowners in need of long-term housing finance.
The public-private partnership scheme, according to the stakeholders, has the support of the World Bank, the Federal Ministry of Finance, the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, Federal Ministry of Justice, Mortgage Banking Association of Nigeria, as well as primary mortgage banks through equity stake taken in the Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company.
At the launch of the scheme in Lagos, recently, the CBN’s Housing and Mortgage Finance Consultant on the Nigeria Housing Finance Programme, Mrs. Adenike Fasanya-Osilaja, stated that the initiative would provide mortgages, mortgage guarantee and insurance as well as housing microfinance to every Nigerian in need of a home.
She said the NMRC had already started addressing housing finance issues by refinancing long-term mortgages, which was a major problem for the primary mortgage market in the country.
“Every Nigerian has a right to own a home through mortgage. There seems to be a fear of taking mortgages but this programme seeks to dispel the style of building block by block. Nigerians should go to their banks and ask questions because this is a scheme to help every Nigerian who needs a home,” Fasanya-Osilaja said.
According to her, the initiative will provide housing finance to Nigerians who are up to the age of 21 and meet the borrowing requirements of a mortgage originating bank or a housing microfinance bank.
She said it would also provide mortgage literacy and education, the occupation or literacy level of an aspiring homeowner notwithstanding.
She however noted that the scheme would not provide ready-made houses but was designed to jumpstart the housing finance market.
“Once it starts, the banks will take over to give loans, which will help aspiring homeowners. All they need to do is ask participating mortgage originating banks or housing finance institutions for requirements to participate,” she added.
According to her, the programme is not run by the government and will not be affected by any change in leadership.
She said, “It is an industry-driven programme and the industry will remain the same irrespective of government and political parties in power. The scheme does not have its base in social housing and so sustainability is assured; it does not discriminate on the basis of income.
“If you are able to pay your rent, then, you can subscribe to the scheme. It is a paradigm shift for homeownership in Nigeria and we will spread the initiative to all parts of the country.”
The scheme, she stated, would have a tenor of 15 years to 25 years, depending on the age of the borrower, their income and desired tenor and would be available to eligible applicants with insufficient or no equity contribution.
The President of MBAN, and Chief Executive Officer of Trustbond Mortgage Bank Plc, Mr. Nyi Akinlusi, said the scheme was a major project involving both the primary and secondary markets.
He said, “Economic growth is propelled by housing because it creates jobs. This scheme will create a total change. When there is a market boom, there will be capital inflow and with all the relevant stakeholders working together, we can have the Nigeria of our dream.
“The scheme will promote social stability among the millennial as everyone will be engaged in doing one thing or the other, have a source of income and be able to buy a house.”
DEAR LOVING AND PEACE-GIVING FATHER, I Thank You for the divine protection; You keep surprising me daily, for I'm heavenly guided(1sam2:9).
I Pray for all those saints in tribulations and trials that preach the gospel, You will be their fortress and they shouldn't give up(Ps92:2).
This week, Christ will be seen-my love for him is obvious for others to see(Gal2:20)!
This is my week and day of unlimited Supply!-in Jesus' name...
HAPPY NEW WEEK TO YOU
Sunday, 27 August 2017
Friday, 25 August 2017
DEAR GOOD AND MERCIFUL FATHER, I Thank You for the Glorious life You have given me before the foundation of the world; given me a reason to shout Your goodness all around the world(Jer1:5).
Today, I do all things in the Spirit; this weekend is a time for me to walk in the totality of the Holy Spirit who is a gift indeed(Isa11:1-3)!
I declare that this weekend I'll have reasons to celebrate-in Jesus' name...
HAPPY WEEKEND OF CELEBRATION TO YOU
Thursday, 24 August 2017
DEAR GRACIOUS AND HOLY FATHER, I Thank You for saving me; the gift of salvation because it's not Your wish and joy for anyone to perish(stay sick, live in sin, live with ignorance) but to have eternal life(2Peter3:9).
Today, teach me by Your Spirit to stay one with You at all times- to see You beyond the surface, having better and deeper understanding of Your presence(Jh14:17-21)!
Today is declared my day of Experiencing the Kingdom of God here on earth!-in Jesus' name
Wednesday, 23 August 2017
DEAR GIVING OF LIFE AND GRACIOUS FATHER, I Thank You for Your word to me to preach the word in season, out of season(2Tim4:2) and for calling me not according to works but Your purpose and grace(2Tim1:9).
Today, I consciously work in the power, love and sound mind-causing wonders without fear or discouragement(2Tim1:7)!
I'm a full of Grace-In Jesus' name
Charles Ogbu, who is a socio-political analyst, has written this open letter to President Buhari from Port Harcourt.
This open letter is necessitated by issues of urgent national importance not unconnected with your 3 minute pre-recorded broadcast to Nigerians this Monday, the 21st day of August, 2017, where you stated that Nigeria's unity is settled and not negotiable.
Mr. President, sir, I wasn't exactly born with a talent for political correctness so I like to assume your permission to pay you the courtesy of being blunt.
First, I want to register my displeasure that you, a mere servant and employee of the Nigerian people, could derisively address your employers and the same people paying your salaries even when you are hardly at work, as "my dear citizens" instead of "my fellow citizens."
That derisive opening line in your speech lent more credence to an already established fact that you are an arrogant victim of a messiah complex who sees his people, not as his employers whose wishes he must harken to, but as lesser mortals and slaves who are his to do as he pleases. Even Emperor Nero didn't address Romans in that condescending manner.
Mr. President, sir, we are not your citizens. We are not even just your fellow citizens! We are your employers! We are your boss! We pay your bills. We feed you, Mr. President. Talk to us with some respect!
Mr. President, when you told us how you discussed with Ojukwu in 2003 and agreed that Nigeria's unity is non-negotiable, what exactly did you think the reference to the late Biafra strong man would achieve?
Did you think that line would magically address all the institutionalized grave injustices in the system which you've made worse with your open display of tribal bigotry, vindictiveness, raw hatred for people from a particular section of the country and criminal disregard for the same constitution you swore to protect??
That you believe the unity of over 180 million people is something you, a Fulani man and Ojukwu, an Igbo man, can sit in your small sitting room somewhere in your small village of Daura and conclusively discuss, says a whole lot about how much value you attach to the so-called unity.
As a free citizen of a free world and one of those paying your salaries, I find that statement criminally offensive and hopelessly disappointing. But even more disappointing is the fact that even after spending billions of our tax money and over 100 days treating an undisclosed ailment abroad, you seem not to have learnt anything from your numerous administrative blunders and trailer load of un-presidential utterances, actions and inactions which, for the most part, are responsible for the mess we are in today.
Mr. President, sir, let me remind you that it was you - not Nnamdi Kanu - who resuscitated and fuelled the current Biafra agitation. Even the activities of the Niger Delta militants were all birthed by your tact-less, bigoted, vindictive and mostly common-sensically bankrupt utterances and actions.
And to prove that you are an unteachable ethnic jingoist with an iniquitous sense of national unity and an atrocious sense of governance, all through your 3 minute address:
You didn't tell your employers the kind of ailment that kept you away from your duty post for over 100 days and gulped billions of tax payers' money.
You didn't announce measures to resuscitate the economy which your criminal ineptitude and analogue economic plans largely played a part in destroying.
You didn't mention measures you plan on taking towards addressing the grievances of the secessionist groups even when you admitted some of their grievances are genuine.
You didn't make any assurances towards calming frayed nerves considering the mood of the country.
You didn't categorically condemn the series of terror your fulani brethren are visiting on Nigerians. Instead, you played it down as mere herdsmen/farmers clashes.
You didn't even categorically condemn your siblings (Arewa Youths) for publicly threatening genocide on Igbos living in the North come October 1st, 2017.
You did none of the above.
Instead, you spent almost 50% of your broadcast threatening social media users and aggrieved citizens who are only asking you to treat them as equal stake-holders in the Nigeria project or allow them quit this oppressive union. The other 50% was wasted on tales about your meeting with Ojukwu where the duo of you supposedly decided on behalf of over 180 million of us that the unity of Nigeria is non-negotiable.
In a nutshell, you spent over 100 days abroad on medical tourism on tax payers' money against your campaign promises only to come back with nothing but a trailer-load of insults, derision and threats for the same citizens who paid and are still paying all your hospital bills and salaries even when you were hardly doing any job?
Quite frankly, Mr. President, that speech would easily pass off as one hell of comedy except it was a tragedy.
You've simply proven that you are a man far detached from reality. It would seem you are still stuck in 1985. Indeed, a leopard never changes its skin.
Now, my dear president, as one of your employers, let me gift you with some advice:
First, Nigeria is not a nation unless we've all decided to adopt a very confused and lopsided understanding of the term "nation". More importantly, our unity as a people is a farce. It doesn't exist. You cannot discuss the negotiability or non-negotiability of a unity that only exist in your imagination.
How can there be unity when you, Mr. President, went to a foreign land and publicly promised to discriminate against those who didn't vote you with your infamous 97%-5% speech?
Where is the unity when you were busy gifting Boko Haram terrorists and the marauding herdsmen with a juicy amnesty package and military protection respectively at the exact time you were, and still are, visiting the unarmed Biafra agitators with festival of bullets?
Most importantly, Mr. President, mentioning "unity" and "non-negotiable" in the same sentence betrays a very poor appreciation of the queen's language. If it's unity, then the powers that bind the parties together must have been birthed through negotiations. In which case, any talk about the non-negotiability of such unity becomes the height of conscientious idiocy bordering on the fringes of lunacy. If it's unity that was a product of force, then it's no unity at all.
Mr. President, sir, the clause "our unity is non-negotiable" is an oxymoronic expression.
You cannot threaten people of diverse cultural, religious and language background into nationhood!!!!
Unity cannot be forced!
On your threats to agitators, Mr. President, you proved you lack basic understanding of what the issues are. It is not just the southeast that is aggrieved, both the south south, south west and even the North, your own region, are all aggrieved as exemplified by the October 1st quit notice and threat of genocide against Igbos living in the North. Every section of the country is aggrieved. Rather than proving you are too bloodthirsty for dialogue, initiate a workable time-bound plan towards restructuring this country in such a way to enthrone justice, fairness, equity and merit.
Restructure this British contraption now!
Watch the whole country collapse under the weight of its own internal contradictions.
The fastest way of escalating an agitation is by trying to suppress it rather than addressing the issues that birthed it.
Mr. President, sir, I am not unaware of the fact that in the coming days, we are going to be witnessing more killing of the unarmed pro-Biafra agitators and series of arrests, abduction and incarceration targeted at social media users and your political opponents but I have a message for you, sir, just as we survived your brutality between 31 December 1983 to 27th August 1985, We Will Survive You!
This, too, shall pass!
I wish you exactly what you wish Nigerians.
Tuesday, 22 August 2017
DEAR ALMIGHTY AND EVERLASTING FATHER, I Thank You for seeing me through life; I can't be disadvantaged in life because I know that all things are working together for my good(Rom8:28).
Today, even if I walk in the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil; for if God be for me, who can be against me(Rom8:31)!
I declare that today men will see me and glorify my father-God(Rom8:19); I'm ordained for the top-life-in Jesus' name
Monday, 21 August 2017
# THE CURE TO AFFLICTION IS INTERCESSION.
# THE CURE TO TRIALS IS PRAYERS.
# THE CURE TO TEMPTATATION IS DEVOTION.
- Never let Nothing take you from or take away your prayer LIFE from you.
.......Any Demonic Power attacking your prayer LIFE is set on Fire now....
IN JESUS NAME!!!