VOLUME 1 ISSUE NO 20180901

Just as natural or earthly mirrors reflect the image of the object that’s before them, when you look into the mirror of God—His Word—you see yourself. Whilst natural mirrors could reflect a distorted image of an object, God’s mirror shows your perfect and exact image—precise—exactly the way God sees you. God’s Word reveals your perfection, beauty, excellence, and ability in Christ.

Therefore, your response to God’s perception, and the image the Word (His mirror) projects of you should be, “Yes, and amen!” For example, the Word says, “All things are possible to a believing one”; respond by saying, “Yes, Lord, because of your ability that’s at work in me, there’s nothing I can’t do! My potentials are limitless, with an ever-increasing capacity to do more.”i moi

The Word of God will work for you only when you give it the right response. Once you discover in the Word what you have, what you can do, and who you are in Christ, affirm it; your affirmation seals it. Read our opening verse again; the Word of God is settled in heaven, but you have to settle it in your life by speaking the same thing in consent.

Hebrews 13:5-6 says, “...he hath said…that we may boldly say….” The Word says Christ is your wisdom; affirm the same thing; declare that you’re sound and could never talk or walk foolishly; the wisdom of God is seen in your actions and heard in your words. The Word says Christ is your strength; affirm it. The more you say it, the more you programme yourself to function with the divine abilities He’s already deposited in your spirit.

Refuse to acknowledge or affirm that there’s something you can’t do. You’re up to any task, because the Word says so. The Bible says you’re sufficient in Christ’s sufficiency (2 Corinthians 3:5); that means you can excel in any task. There’re people who say, “I can’t do this thing. I know myself”; their words are full of “I can’t.” Never talk like that! You’re different. You can do what the Word says you can do: all things, through Christ who strengthens you. Glory to God!

2 Corinthians 3:5 AMPC -Not that we are fit (qualified and sufficient in ability) of ourselves to form personal judgments or to claim or count anything as coming from us, but our power and ability and sufficiency are from God.

1 John 4:4 -Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world.

We need to get back to the basics where the simple truths of God’s Word become the priority in establishing the believer on their God-purpose. In order to establish a sound mind we must have a constant, inward flow of the anointed Word of God revolving in our minds and mouths.

To meditate means to ponder and think about and then mutter under your breath or in low tones. Now, how do we meditate on the scripture. Here is an  example of Bible Meditation;
Psalms 23:1 AMP
The Lord is my Shepherd [to feed, guide, and shield me], I shall not lack.
Q: What is this verse saying?
A: The Lord is my Shepherd.
Q: Who is the Lord?
A: Jesus Christ is my Lord and he is the Creator of this universe He holds it in his hands; not only that, but he left his home on high and came to this earth and paid the price for me to be accepted by God the Father he is Lord.
Q: What does a shepherd do?
A: A shepherd leads and is responsible for his sheep; therefore, he has to walk them, guide them, look over them, feed them, and protect them from danger.
Summary: The creator of this universe, who holds everything in place, is also the one responsible to walk, look over, provide, and protect me, and because he is my shepherd I shall not lack in any area.

Now that you have a set Scripture before you; you have thought about it and have some answers to dwell on. God knows that you live and go about your daily lives, but now, because you have equipped your mind with the Word of God, as you leave the house to go to work you have some time on your hands in the transportation process. And while you are pondering and thinking, you can speak to yourself by asking the same questions you asked earlier and answering them the same way. As your day progresses, you will have lunch or tea break and, again, it is an opportunity to meditate.

Nothing comes easily and it’s the struggle that gives us the right to succeed. Strong minded people will fight and overcome the struggles, but the cowards will quit right before they achieve greatness because they believe they deserve something when they haven’t earnt it. Quitting almost always leaves you with regret about what might have happened. I find that when you see something through all the way to the end, you get the opportunity to learn and your life gets enriched. Work hard, and never give up on your dreams, even when nobody else believes they can come true but you.

Who are you and /or who have you become? People have accepted others' definitions of their lives. Why won't you define yourself within the plan of your Maker. I am not saying you shouldn't have Role Models. You always tell a story inside your head. That story makes you. What stories have you been telling yourself inside your head? To become the president of your country?

A managing director? An entrepreneur ? "Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice" as the late Steve Jobs put.  Your finger prints are not defined by another person but your Maker. Try and discover yourself and the plans and thoughts of God concerning your life. God has already told us in Jeremiah 29: 11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Your best hope should be not to disgrace yourself. If anything at all you should end your journey on earth as yourself and as someone who operated within the plan of his Maker, and not somebody.

Meditation on God’s Word is the foundation to a successful life. Our main focus and pursuit must be the Word of God. The main reason our lives should revolve around the Word of God is because the Word is actually our life source that feeds us, nourishes us, and causes us to be healthy in our soul.

There should be no doubts in our minds that the Word of God is Jesus Christ, and that is why our focus is on the Word. When we read the Word of God we see Jesus in it, and when we see Him we are able to see the pattern for our lives. In order for our God-purpose to come to fruition, we must be able to maintain the mind of Christ, and as his mind is formed in us we would then be fully able to manifest his presence to the world.

A constant input of the Word himself – a constant looking to Jesus and his kindness, goodness, love, and mercy toward us – will keep us in a balanced and humble place, and this place is actually where we will be able to release the life-giving Word to others that will affect change.

There is no other way to be reconstructed, renewed, or transformed but by and through the Word of God. The Word of God gives life. According to John 10:10; Our Savior is life giving, and once we are connected to him, that very same life should be flowing to us and through us to others.

The fact that Jesus did not come to just give life for existence sake, but he describes it as abundant life, an overflowing life, a more than enough life, and this kind of life shows and speaks volumes to the world that he is alive and well.
Philippians 4:8 says “Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy meditate on these things.”

People fret over all kinds of issues, from safety and job security to election results. For many folks and maybe you are one anxiety is woven so tightly into the fabric of their day that they’ve learned to live with it. We treat worry like a benign emotion when in fact it can be harmful. Anxiety clouds our thinking, divides our focus, and robs us of concentration. To complicate matters, the body can react to prolonged pressure on the psyche. Stress can manifest physically through tension, headaches, elevated blood pressure, and even heart attacks.

Drifting through a mentally and physically exhausting life is not the Lord’s plan for us. Our challenge is to take anxious thoughts captive (2 Cor. 10:5) and replace them with God-pleasing ones—dwelling on that which is pure, good, and right.
The best way to remove stray threads of worry is to crowd them out with something positive: weave Scripture into your mental grid instead. God has something to say about everything that concerns us. Feeling weak or underqualified? “I can do all things through Him who strengthens me” (Phil. 4:13). Afraid your paycheck won’t cover this month’s rent, clothes, and food? "Do not worry . . . for your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things” (Matt. 6:31-32)
Jesus said worry adds nothing to our life (Matt. 6:27). In fact, we actually waste time and energy dwelling on concerns instead of affirming our trust in the Lord. We must choose to set our minds upon Him before anxiety leaves us feeling frayed.

“Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.” Isaiah‬ ‭41:10‬KJV.

It is common these days to find voices of discouragement in the family, church and workplace.We must never be moved.No matter how loud the noise of discouragement ,you will hear God and He will hear you in Jesus name.

The world we are living in right now is not far from what it was in the time of Noah.,as it was in the days of Noah,so shall it be at the coming of the Son of Man.(Genesis 6:1-8). In the midst of turbulence and chaos ,God still looks for a man whose hands he can entrust His  plan; a man who will not be discouraged by the schemes of men or by the noise of Pharaoh
(Jeremiah 46:17).

Noah means "God shall comfort us concerning our work and toil of our hands,because of the Land which the Lord hath cursed"(Genesis 5:28). God will comfort and encourage you today amen. ”A wise person is hungry for knowledge, while the fool feeds on trash” (Proverbs 15:14 NLT).

If you want to become wise, the first thing you have to do is feast on God’s Word every day. Proverbs 2:6 says, “It is the Lord who gives wisdom; from him come knowledge and understanding” (GNT). You don’t get it from television. You don’t get it from the internet. You don’t get it from magazines. Wisdom comes from God.

The Bible says in Proverbs 15:14, “A wise person is hungry for knowledge, while the fool feeds on trash” (NLT). You can either feed on truth or feed on trash. Whatever you fill your mind with is what’s going to come out—garbage in, garbage out. If you want to be wise, you’ve got to feed every day on truth, not trash.

There are three kinds of things you can fill your mind with: You can fill your mind with poison, you can fill your mind with junk food, or you can fill your mind with health food.

Poison is stuff that destroys your system. It’s bad for you. It takes you down. Pornography is poison. For instance, they may say, “I can watch that stuff. It doesn’t bother me anymore.” That’s the problem! When you can watch and read stuff that is profane, blasphemous, evil, vile, and abusive and it doesn’t bother you, you have a problem. You have become a fool.

Wise people protect their mind. They put on the helmet of salvation. They don’t just allow anything into their mind. They keep the poison out. Junk food is neither good nor bad. It just has no nutritional value to it. Most of the stuff you see on tv is not evil. It’s just junk food. It’s what I call stuffing. But the problem with stuffing is that when you stuff yourself with stuffing, you have no hunger for truth. If you watch TV for four hours, your mind is full of empty calories that don’t help your body or your mind.

Health food is nutritional food. It helps you grow and maintain your health. It is truth, and the wise person feeds on truth. It makes you wiser—in your relationships, your time, your money, your business, your parenting, your marriage, and every other area of your life.

The first place you need to go to fill your mind with truth is God’s Word. The more you develop the habit of spending time each day reading and studying the Bible, the wiser you will become.

Here comes examples of those who received grace despite glaring discouragement.
1.Noah:The world was evil yet he believed God to build a ship on a dry land in a dry season
(Genesis 6:11-15).
2.Bartimaeus:He was shouted down when he was crying out to Jesus for healing, he was not discouraged but increased it(Mark 10:47-50)
3.Paul:Even brethren discouraged him but he remained resolute(Acts 8:24; Acts 20:24).

1.Standout and be outstanding,you are peculiar and special to God(1 Peter 2:9-10)
2.Always be willing to obey God's voice at all times (Isaiah 1:19).
3.Don't compromise with the world,it doesn't matter,who is doing it,you don't have to do it.
4.Be determined to let the entirety of your family stand for godliness, integrity & righteousness.


Only be thou strong and very courageous, that thou mayest observe to do according to all the law… (Joshua 1:7).

Sometimes, in your journey of faith, things could get so hard and tough, and during those tough times, it could seem like God is far away. But the Lord is saying to you even now,“Know that at such times, I’m right there with you, because I’m in you! Therefore, be strong, and very courageous.” That means, don’t stagger.

Be like Abraham; the Bible says he staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strong in faith, giving glory to God (Romans 4:20). Don’t say, “I don’t know the way things are now; I’m tired of all these troubles”; no! Troubles arise, and gravitate towards their solution. The challenges you’re facing today are tailor-made for you; they’re bread for you; chew them up. Refuse to faint in the day of adversity.

1 John 4:4 says you’re of God; that means you hail from God; therefore, you’ve already overcome your troubles, challenges, pressures, adversaries, and adversities, because Christ, the greater One, lives in you. Hold on to the Word.

The doctors may have said your fallopian tube is damaged, or that your lungs have become dysfunctional, or that you’ve got just few days to live; refuse to give up! Stand your ground in faith. Against hope, believe in hope, the hope provided in the Word, and it’ll prevail in your situation!

Maybe it’s a problem in your family, or with your children; maybe you’re feeling sick in your body, or it’s your loved one that’s suffering so badly. I have good news for you: everything will turn into a testimony for you. 2 Corinthians 4:17 says, “…our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory.”

There’s glory for you at the end; it’s for sure! Just remain confident in the power of God’s Word to put you over, irrespective of the circumstances.

II Corinthians 4:8‭-‬9; We  are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we  are perplexed, but not in despair; 9 persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed

Psalms 34:19‭-‬20; Many are the afflictions of the righteous, But the Lord delivers him out of them all.20 He guards all his bones; Not one of them is broken. I Corinthians 16:13; Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong.

”As a result of your ministry, they will give glory to God. For your generosity to them and to all believers will prove that you are obedient to the Good News of Christ” (2 Corinthians 9:13 NLT).

As followers of Christ, we need to remember to be generous. Why is it so important to remember to be generous? Here are three ways it makes an impact on our lives.

It makes you happy. Acts 20:35 says, “Remember the words of the Lord Jesus: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive’” (NLT). Notice Jesus didn’t say it is not a blessed thing to receive. It does make you happy to receive. But the world will tell you that you will be happiest when you receive. Jesus turned that idea around and said that you will be happier when you give than when you receive.

It just makes sense. The Bible says in 2 Corinthians 9:6, “Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously” (NIV). Every one of us wants others to be generous with us. Do you think that by sowing miserly selfishness you’re going to reap generosity from God and others? God says that’s not the way life works. There is a law of sowing and reaping. So if you want to reap generosity, you have to sow generosity.

It shows the world what God is like. The Bible says, “As a result of your ministry, they will give glory to God. For your generosity to them and to all believers will prove that you are obedient to the Good News of Christ” (2 Corinthians 9:13 NLT).

When it comes to generosity, what encourages me is to remember the incredible generosity of God. Look at the world we get to live in. Look at the life he gave us. Look at the way he meets our needs. God is the perfect model of generosity. And when we are generous with others because of God’s generosity toward us, it points others to God.

Are you ready to invite Jesus into your heart? Are you ready to receive God’s gift of grace to you? It’s a simple prayer that will tell God you accept the gift of Jesus.

“I admit that I never even realized I needed a Savior, but today I want to receive the gift of your Son. I ask you to save me from my past, my regrets, my mistakes, my sins, my habits, my hurts, and my hang-ups. I need you to take away the stress and fill me with your love. I need to be at peace with you, and I need you to put your peace in my heart.

“I ask you to save me for your purpose. I want to know why you put me on this planet. And I want to fulfill what you made me to do. I want to learn to love you and trust you and have a relationship with you. I prayer this in the name of Jesus, amen.”

MFM General Overseer shares an interesting story of what made him seek for heavy anointing and power

Two things that catapulted and challenged me, i'll share them with you. I was a small boy, and we are going to church, our pastor in that church, was a strange man, this man was almost ten years my age, we had a revival service and  we were doing praise and worship. I was at the back of the church, all of a sudden, a woman came out with a baby at her back, and she joined the worship, all of a sudden, the woman stood by my side with the baby on her back, this old man [the pastor], walked frm the pulpit to the back door, he ran there and he faced the woman, he said you "never again ruin your life, must you come into my program with your head upside down"? [within me, I was like] Ahn ah.. head upside down? I thought the woman was going to fight,.... But she said, "Daddy sorry, I won’t do it again"

Ah..ah!!!!, she was standing by my side, she had a baby at the back, she was standing straight with her legs, yet somebody said she is upside-down, I did not see her so, all I saw was a woman with a baby at her back, I was troubled for my life, that I call myself a young man, and the Bible says, the old men shall dream dreams, and the young men shall see vision, how come the old man is seeing the vision and [ I the young man] can’t see anything, I was like 'what kind of wahala is this one, suppose this woman wants to harm me now, I cannot even see, I was terribly challenged. It drove me to prayers, I had to go and seek the face of the Lord, for what is know as the power of open eyes, it made me to understand the prayer of the psalmist, which says "LORD, open my eyes that I may see", the psalmist is not physically blind, the psalmist was talking about the inside one, It now made sense, when a whole army came after Elisha, and his servant was crying, my father my father, I see trouble" and Elisha was laughing, he said "God open his eyes", God temporary opened his eyes of that servant, and he saw that those who were with them were more than those [invading soldiers]....

The second thing that challenged me [this time, I was older, I was in the choir, in tha church, there is what we call, processional hymn, there is also recessional hymn, during processional hymn, the choir will go outside the church, even the elders and the pastor will go outside the church, and they pray while they are outside there, somebody calls the processional hymn, and the organist begin to play, then the choir matches in.

So, we gathered that sunday, we were out to pray before we enter into the church,all of a sudden, a car stopped at the front of the church, and one of our superintendents came out, he came out and the rule in that ministry is that as an  older pastor comes in, he takes over the service

So when he came, our pastor stepped oneside, and the old man said, "Lets us pray" he said let somebody among the elders lead us in prayers, and an elder began to pray "Oulfa Yesu Olufa Yeeeesu... [In yoruba]. All of a sudden, the oldman said "shut up" how dare you put a calabash under your agbada and you are praying in my presence,  let another person pray. Another person prayed.
I was completely troubled, the man [the elder who had calabash] has  been praying on our head before now, and we didnt know he had a calabash, we have been there together with him for years, this old man does not stay in our church, he just came for a visit one day, and within two minutes of staying in our midst, he was able to locate that somebody had a calabash, and I was there singing under him, ah.ah.., what trouble is this?

It challenged me, I catapulted my life to go into dry fasting, I must be able to locate the enemy, I must stop seeing men after the flesh, I must start seeing them as who exactly they are.  
Investment is an act of devoting your time, effort, energy or money to a particular undertaking with the expectation of a worthwhile result. An investment is a thing that is worth putting your money, effort or time in because it will be profitable or useful for you in the future.

Invest in your destiny by increasing your knowledge which will in turn boost the resources that will enhance your result here on earth. Any time you buy a cloth, it only covers your body but when you invest in books by proven authors to boost your knowledge, it provides a covering for your destiny. You must seek for knowledge if you want to beautify your life.

Dan.9:2 -In the first year of his reign I Daniel understood by books the number of the years, whereof the word of the Lord came to Jeremiah the prophet, that he would accomplish seventy years in the desolations of Jerusalem.

While his peers were eating, drinking and making merry, Daniel was reading, studying and researching; and it was recorded that he was relevant in four regimes of government even in a foreign land. Knowledge distinguished him. Daniel would not have been relevant if he spent his time with other young men whiling away time on irrelevant matters.

Prov.22:17 -Listen, and I will teach you what the wise have said. Study their teachings, {GNT}

When you keep buying clothes and shoes every month without investing in knowledge, a time will come when you will no longer be relevant but when you invest in resource materials, the knowledge you acquire will buy as many wears as you desire.

Learners are open hearted, ever sensitive to learn and research. It is time to change your financial plan. Stop going for things that will not be of any relevance to your future. Please, don’t get me wrong; I am not saying you should not wear clothes; I mean you should prioritize on things that will take your destiny to where it ought to be. You need more information to secure your colourful future.

Prov.18:15 – The heart of the prudent getteth knowledge; and the ear of the wise seeketh knowledge.

What you place value on matters in determining the destiny of your life; it is not the clothes you wear that matter; it is the values in you that matter most. Therefore, seek knowledge and the knowledge you acquire will bring all the comforts of life that you desire in Jesus name –Amen!
Ten Forces That Generate Kingdom Wealth
PSALM 32:8-9; 8 I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on you. 9 Do not be like the horse or the mule, which have no understanding but must be controlled by bit and bridle or they will not come to you. [NIV] These are ten powerful keys that will set you on a personal journey of kingdom wealth if you would incorporate them into your daily practices.

1. Verbal confidence. Break every yoke of intimidation and inferiority in yourself.

2. Self-discipline.

3. Strategic savings. Remember, the spirit of poverty works with how much you spend while the spirit of prosperity works with how much you save.”

4. Strategic sowing and kingdom partnership. Find a genuine ministry that you can partner with their assignment and this way, you partake of God’s covenant upon such a ministry.

5. Due diligence and attention to details.

6. Eyes that see what others overlook. This is one of the elements of a financial anointing and you should pray for eyes that see what others overlook.

7. Increased sensitivity to the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is ready to show you where He has kept your wealth, wait on Him in prayer.

8. Recognizing your seed, your seed time and your ground.

9. Divine location. The ravens met Elijah at the brook God sent him. The widow woman was waiting for him where God sent him to. Divine provision is waiting for you in the place of divine location.

10. The principle of honour: What and who you choose to honour will determine the blessings that flow in your direction. Someone said “dishonour is the seed for loss.” You can get through humility and honouring the right person what you can never get through a formal education. Learn to imbibe honour. Young professionals need this counsel more.

God should be the center of every marriage. Marriage was God's plan. The order of a marriage relationship is God, husband and wife. The first man in your life should always be Jesus. He is your Savior and redeemer. A real man should have the character and nature of Jesus. A good husband should be like Jesus and have a Christ-like mindset and heart. You are the bride and Jesus is the bridegroom. Every husband must love his wife as Christ loves the church. (Ephesians 5:25-27).

In the days of Jesus, there were Pharisees who were Christian. They had the Holy Spirit's guidance. We all need the Holy Spirit to lead and guide us and show us the truth. You must study the Word daily to show yourself approved.(2 Timothy 2:15; Joshua 1:8). When you read and study the Word, you become knowledgeable. You must discipline yourself and never put money or social media, or anything ahead of God. God should always be your first priority.
Romans 8:33-34; 33. Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God's elect? It is God that justifieth.34. Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us."
God declares us blameless and Christ intercedes for us. God never counts us out. Jesus gave His life for us and died in our place. Nothing can separate us from the love of Christ. God is the judge and He has declared we are not guilty. No one is left to condemn us. We have two divine intercessors praying for us everyday who are the Holy Spirit and Jesus. Jesus is not condemning you. Jesus anticipated all sin. He always forgives us, no matter what.

Even in the cases of divorce, pride or vanity, which are serious sins, Jesus will still forgive you. Peter denied Christ three times, but Christ forgave him. He died on the Cross and we have been cleansed by His blood. The devil was conquered when Jesus died on the Cross and rose from the dead. The devil can't go to heaven or in the presence of God. We have power over the devil because we have Jesus in us. The woman who had five husbands was not condemned by Jesus.(John 4:7-18). God conquers us with His love and we conquer Him with our weakness. God's grace humbles us and the more humble we become, the more grace we receive. You must keep the Word of God in your heart because God looks at the heart. God's love is not affected by your marital status. Jesus dying on the Cross shows His grace.
John 16:8; "And when he is come, he will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgement:" When Jesus returns, all righteousness and judgement will be reproved. Your identity in Christ is eternal. He will never cease to love you.
1 Samuel 16:7; "But the LORD said unto Samuel, Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the LORD seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the LORD looketh on the heart." The world may look at your past or the fact you are a divorcee, God doesn't look at those things. He looks at the heart. God's love is amazing.
Mark 10:10-12; 10. And in the house his disciples asked him again of the same matter.11. And he saith unto them, Whosoever shall put away his wife, and marry another, committeth adultery against her. 12. And if a woman shall put away her husband, and be married to another, she committeth adultery."
In today’s times marriages don’t last as much as they used to before. Relationship with a partner becomes complicated as time passes and most of the people fail to work towards it or put efforts in making things better. Every problem has a solution, but one should have interest and dedication to find it. Here are five minor problems that may lead to a divorce if no necessary solution is applied.

Number One Frequent Arguments
When the argument between married couples start increasing, slowly they get so use to arguing that they forget how to talk properly to each other and they can’t decide anything without an argument. The mental stress and irritation starts increasing as time passes and the relationship starts becoming very negative. When the couple realizes that the situation is getting worse and nothing can be done to make it better, they decide to take a divorce.

Number Two Lack Of Time To The Relationship
Due to hectic life schedules of the modern day married couples, they are not able to spend sufficient amount of quality time with their partners. The couple starts realizing that their affection and attachment towards each other is reducing and eventually they feel they are falling out of love. They think there is no point of being together like this and so they decide to get divorced.

Number Three Lack Of Trust
Trust forms the foundation of any relationship. When trust between a couple starts eroding, no one can save their relationship. If they take efforts to regain each other’s trust, things might get better, but usually they don’t. The distance keeps on increasing due to lack of trust and faith and eventually results into a divorce.

Number Four Sexual Dissatisfaction
A marriage is an emotional relationship, but sexual compatibility is equally important. A couple may love each other but if either of the partners is not sexually satisfied it leads to frustration. If the problem can be solved, it’s good, but if not, slowly the level of frustration increases and it brings distance between the couple which may lead to a divorce.

Number Five Ego Clashes
When you actually start living with your partner after marriage, things become quite different. Both the partners are used to doing things in their own way. Some people learn to adjust but some couples fail to compromise and adjust, they have ego issues which cause frequent clashes and the end result of it is divorce.
A student failed JAMB five times. Oneday, she travelled to visit her friend in UNILORIN, she fell sick and was admitted to a hospital there. She later called her mum and said..

GIRL: Hello ma
MUM: The place is silent,where are you?
MUM: Oluwa ose o [ Thank God o]

GIRL: I was admitted
MUM: “Jesu o se o, Olorun ti doju ti ogun idile wa ti ko fe kio kawe”
[ Thank God, God has mocked the enemies in my family ]  
        (laughing and dancing)

GIRL: Malaria ni [ It is malaria ]
MUM: Malaria ni course ti won fun e, course gidi ni o, kawe e daadaa o [Malaria is the course to study, it is a good course and face your studies squarely ]

GIRL: I would be discharged tomorrow
MUM: Olorun ma je [God forbid s] , four years lo ma lo loruko Jesu. [It is going to be four years]

A little boy in a family was ordered to pray before they could go to sleep for the night!

Boy:  I don't know how to pray.!

Dad: Just pray for every thing you know about the family and our neighbours.

Boy: Mummy, please, tell daddy I can't pray!

Mummy:: shut up, if you don't pray you'll not eat food in this house!

Boy: Dad, tell sister to pray please!

Dad: My son, pray before I slap you hard now!

Boy: " Dear Lord, " he started, " Thank you oh god for our visitors and their children who always come here to eat our food, don't let them finish all our food for we shall be hungry! From today father, any boy who beats or slaps me in school, help me to slap them back!
forgive our driver who i always see naked with my sister wrestling on the bed! Help my sister to fight back before the driver can make her grow round! Forgive my elder brother who doesn't sleep at home regularly!  Please, provide clothes to all the naked ladies on my daddy's phone and don't let them drain my father's salary! Give my daddy courage to buy for us good things as he always do to aunty our house girl! Again Lord don't let our house girl put her mouth inside my daddy's mouth again! Please, provide shelter for all the men who sleep in mum's room anytime dad travels. forgive me wherever i have asked wrongly! In jesus name I pray. "

Nobody said amen!

Every body regretted ever forcing him to pray.

PETER: "I want my money now!"  
JOHN: "I will kill myself so that I won't pay you". He pulled a gun and shot himself dead
PETER: "Hahaha...  If you think you'll get away with my money you are wrong, I will follow you until you pay me!"  He takes the gun and shot himself dead as well.
JAMES was watching from a distance he laughed and said: "These guys are funny, I must watch this till the end"... he also took the gun and killed himself! Now the question is who is the most stupid out of them?

1.Father, thank You for preservation of my soul.
2.Father, please let me find grace in Your eyes and arise to favour me.
3.My God remove compromise from my life.
4.Father, no matter the comments of people,let me obey You and carry out Your assignment.
5.Father don't let our generation drown in the flood of life.

6.Dear God, I’m scared, but I want to get to know you. I don’t understand it all, but I thank you that you love me. I thank you that you were with me, even when I didn’t recognize it. I thank you that you are for me — that you didn’t send Jesus to condemn me but to save me.
7.Lord, lead me to the wealthy place that you have ordained for me in Jesus’ name, Amen!

8.In the name of the Lord, I bind and cast out the spirit of fear and anxiety from my head right now