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Things change – the weather, legislation, the economy, oil price, your body’s metabolism, and so on. Change is a constant in life, so expect it and prepare for it. A mentor of mine often said ‘Hope for the best but prepare for the worst’. This way if things don’t turn out the way you want, you already have a solid fallback plan.

Sometimes we find that we react to the changes we experience but we could do better by becoming proactive about life as a whole. A little more foresight will go a long way. Take some time to look ahead and take action today to make tomorrow more like you desire. It’s like working backwards from the answer.

Howbeit, there are those changes you can neither predict nor control. This is where, more than in other cases, you need the One who created all, sees all, and knows all. He’s the One who knows the end from the beginning. He knows the way out of the maze. He can show you how to thrive in whatever new environment or circumstance you find yourself in.

The greatest assurance in the midst of change, no matter how drastic it may be, is that God Himself is constant, unfailing, unchanging, faithful, true, reliable, dependable. You can trust that He has your best interest at heart, plans to prosper you, not to harm you. Plans to give you peace.

So if you’re going through a storm, or walking through what feels like the valley of the shadow of death, fix your eyes on Jesus and put your trust in Him. He’ll see you through.



Yesterday as rehearsals with the Lagos Community Gospel Choir progressed for the Easter Morning Concert at This Present House, Lekki, Lagos, I wondered again about what Easter really means…. Pain that brought joy, chains that brought liberty, stripes that brought healing, death that birthed eternal life… The greatest exchange ever… that one man, the Lamb of God, the perfect sacrifice, bore all this negativity for the benefit of all humanity.

Yes, benefit. So much is now available to us because of the price Jesus paid; and we now have a right to say NO to the enemy’s attempts to ensnare, enslave, afflict or subdue us in any way. I remember a song titled Glorious Day which was performed by Donnie McClurkin at  Azusa ’93. It said ‘Living He loved me, dying He saved me, buried He carried my sins far away, rising He justified… freeing me forever, one day He’s coming back, glorious day’. Jesus really accomplished a lot for us on the cross and the best part in this story is the resurrection. He didn’t remain in the grave, death could not hold Him down. On the third day, Jesus rose triumphant and victorious!

So here’s something to think about… What’s the appropriate response to this Jesus who paid our debt, that we couldn’t pay, in order to deliver us from eternal condemnation? I praise Him, thank Him, worship Him, love Him because He first loved me, give my life to Him because He first gave His for me, and live to please Him each and every day. If you have not yet given your life to Jesus, there is no better time to do so than today. It’s really easy; all you have to say is this:

Heavenly Father, I come to you in prayer asking for the forgiveness of my sins. I confess with my mouth and believe with my heart that Jesus is your Son and that he died on the Cross at Calvary that I might be forgiven and have eternal life. Jesus, I believe that you rose from the dead and I ask you right now to come into my life and be my personal Lord and Savior. I repent of my sins. Thank you Father for loving me, In Jesus’ Name I pray. Amen.

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Happy Easter!

All things new

I’m wondering where to start from. Everything is so different around me. New city, new home, new writing position. At the moment, my dining table seems to be a good place, but I am considering a certain corner in my new room. I think the newness of everything brings its own excitement.
Tomorrow I’ll resume my new assignment and I will be the new member in an existing team – the new kid on the block. LOL. I wonder how that will be. So many things are changing around me but I’m glad I still have my family and my God.
At this time in my life, I rejoice in the fact that my God is the same yesterday, today and forever. There’s a peace that comes from knowing that through my transition He’s firm and constant, and that nothing I face is new to Him. He’s seen it all and He knows it all – the past, the present and the future. So I can safely trust Him to guide and direct, and to protect and preserve all that I’ve placed in His hands.
This is the reason for my peace.
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