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 My little friend Anthonia covered my face unknowingly to me while I was doing something very important.

 Immediately I asked her to stop !

For a while I pondered and I realized how useful the eyes are.

Jesus is the way the truth and the life . when the eyes can confirm this then the rest parts of the body gets initiated and yields testimonies.

 Don't be deceived! If you don't have Christ you are still blind .

 Take a bold step and inbox me as regarding that as I lead you to him.

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I owe them all to  our Lord and savior Jesus Christ for his redemptive work on earth. How special He has placed irrespective of my flaws. I can't pay Him ,there is nothing I can give that makes any sense except my life in true worship.

  He has seen me through a lot hence my testimony today.
I advice you beloved readers to believe that God is not a deceiver and that there is nothing you will lack when you give your life to him.

  I'll try as much as possible to remain at the shores of my salvation experience alone. Though its going to be a little bit bulky.

Really can't count all the wrongs I did so I won't be able to write all.

When I was still at a tender age, I new the differences between good and bad but found it hard to decide good.
 I was sturbon, crafty, high tempered, lustful but had no bad friends nor bad family members.
 As I lived on, I hated what I was doing but could not stop any more. It was as if it became an addiction.

Though I was so tough and rough …

Christmas ! The true signature of salvation

As always , christyle Grace has reminded,taught,learned relearned and triggered my focus . On this poem she writes on the beauty of Christ's birth.

One thing is knowing God another is knowing why you have to know him and serve him.
...Grace Udah

His love is whole never broken
A Carpenter's son,
Lowly and might
In our unfaithfulness,he continues to love
In our iniquities,he forgave wholeheartedly
Unto us a child is born Isaiah said
He is born and indeed he is wonderful
He became flesh and lived amongst us
Rejoice for I bring you tidings of great joy
The saviour is born

 He's come to restore your peace
He's come to inherit your burdens
He's come to remind you that you are loved and no one can call you less
 He's come to awaken your conscience to the deep things of the world we see as holy.
   This ain't just a season of great hope for life because of salvation but a season to save the savers tears.
 #repent_genuinely _today_and_Begin_with_Jesus_Christ.


Built on a Rock

“Therefore, everyone who hears these words of Mine and acts on them will 
be like a sensible man who built his house on the rock.”—Matthew 7:24

The Christian life is hard work. Christianity involves systematically striving to implement the truths of God's Word into your life. Spiritual depth and maturity do not come without consistent effort. Jesus had just concluded the Sermon on the Mount, which sets forth some of the most profound truths ever spoken. The Son of God had clearly explained the kind of life that is pleasing to the Father. Yet Jesus knew, even as He was concluding His sermon, that some of His listeners would leave and never apply a word they had heard. Jesus said that a man who takes the words of God and builds them into his life is like a wise man who builds his house on a rock. Rocks are hard to build on. It takes great effort to attach a foundation to a rock. A house built on sand provides instant comfort; building on a rock is laborious and tedious. Yet building on …


Who Are You? The evil spirit answered them, “Jesus I know, and Paul I recognize—but who are you?”—Acts 19:15 There is no secondhand spirituality. No one else can develop Christian maturity on your behalf. A strong Christian heritage is an asset, but it cannot take the place of your own vibrant, growing relationship with Christ.

Paul had a powerful walk with God. God used him so mightily that extraordinary miracles occurred through his life. Cloths that touched Paul were taken to the sick, and the sick were healed (Acts 19:10–12). Evil spirits were cast out. Paul's preaching and teaching were instrumental in building a strong church in Ephesus. Paul's ministry was so impressive, in fact, that others tried to duplicate it. Seven sons of the chief priest, Sceva, attempted to cast out demons the way Paul did. 

They confronted an evil spirit and attempted to exorcise it “by the Jesus whom Paul preaches.” These men were trying to use a spiritual power that Paul had acquired after years o…


He Has Shown You He has told you men what is good and what it is the Lord requires of you: Only to act justly, to love faithfulness, and to walk humbly with your God.—Micah 6:8 God never conceals His expectations from us. We never have to guess how we should live. In response to the misguided ways in which people sought to please God, the prophet Micah clearly explained what God does and does not expect. The people asked: Should we come to God with many offerings? Should we bring a thousand rams and ten thousand rivers of oil? Would God be pleased if we gave our firstborn child to Him to express our devotion? (Mic. 6:6–7). Micah's response was straightforward: “He has shown you, O man, what is good.” Micah listed three things God desires. First, He wants us to show justice. The desire to receive justice is not enough. We must also be absolutely just in the way we treat others. If we have given our word, we should keep it with complete integrity. If we have people working for us, we shoul…


Then the tempter approached Him and said, “If You are the Son of God, tell these stones to become bread.”—Matthew 4:3 Jesus was tempted in every way that we are, yet He never sinned (Heb. 4:15). Jesus began His public ministry with His baptism. As John the Baptist raised Him from the water, Jesus heard His Father's affirmation, “Well done!” Immediately afterward, Jesus spent forty days fasting in the wilderness. There, Satan met Him and presented three temptations. First, Satan enticed Jesus to use His divine power to transform stones into bread. It seemed like a logical thing to do. Jesus was hungry, but He had a much greater need to follow His Father's leading. The Father had led Him to fast; Satan sought to persuade Him to eat. Next, Satan tried to convince Jesus to use Satan's means to accomplish the Father's ends. “If You are the Son of God, throw Yourself down” (Matt. 4:6). Jesus understood that this would be presumption, not faith. It would be attempting God's …