Monday, September 29, 2014

"Agbero" or "conductor"?


Hi guys, been a while, yeah I have been up to some stuff.....you wouldnt wanna know...lol. A friend of mine wrote some inspiring stuff on facebook and I thought to share.....enjoy

--Originally written by Alamu Bolaji

I know this topic sounds hilarious but that is what most of us are in the house of God. Yes you, you and you! Busybodies!!!
I remember as a student and worker in my fellowship I often went back to my room at the end of the service asking myself what I gained that day. Or even sometimes what the service was about or the topic of the message. Why you'd say? I was always so busy with the activities to even pay attention to God.
So many times we are like the Sardis church to which God said, "I see right through your work. You have a reputation for vigor and zest, but you're dead, stone-dead." Rev. 3:1 
As Christians (specifically workers) we get so caught up in the activities rather than the God. We are busy ministering to others when our own life's are not being ministered to. We often loose our focus of God which can only end in disaster.
Think about it a signboard never leaves its position, it shows the way but never gets to the destination. So is an 'agbero' he fills the bus but never leaves with the bus. We must therefore be careful as Christians and as workers in the house of God to keep our focus on the destination rather than just being satisfied with showing the way or filling the bus.
Don't get me wrong, show the way/fill the bus but go with the bus. It will be a shameful situation when those to whom you showed the way are being crowned while you are shown your place in hell. Our vigor and zest without keeping our focus constantly on the cross is "stone-dead"
Retrace your steps, maintain your focus and most importantly GO WITH THE BUS!!!!
God bless you as you yield your life to him.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Is it Written?....Yes it is.....See it, Say it



“Jesus answered, ‘It is written...’ ”
(Matthew 4:4, NIV)


Anytime you are facing adversity or trials, the first line of defense needs to be in your mind. If you allow fear to come in and take root in your thinking, it becomes a stronghold that affects every part of you. But when thoughts of fear come, you don’t have to “sign for the package,” so to speak. Instead of activating fear by meditating on it, believing it and speaking it, you can turn things around and activate faith.

How do you activate faith? Hebrews tells us that the Word of God is living and active, sharper than a double-edged sword, able to divide soul and spirit. When the enemy tried to tempt Jesus, He gave us the example of how to respond. He said, “It Is Written!”

Instead of going through the day worried, thinking about how it’s not going to work out, start meditating on what God says. Activate faith by speaking the Word of God. Let it sink down inside of you and transform your being. Always remember, His Word is alive, His Word is truth, His Word is your weapon. So take hold of His promises and find where it is written!

Friday, March 29, 2013

He's taking you through...



“They will flog Him and kill Him; and on the third day He will rise again.”
(Luke 18:33, AMP)


Every year all over the world, people honour Good Friday as the day Jesus was crucified. It was the darkest, most painful, discouraging day of His life. To others, it looked as if it was over. It looked as if His enemies had gotten the best of Him.

But God had other plans. Jesus’ enemies put Him in the grave on Friday, celebrating their victory, but Sunday morning was a different story. The grave could not hold Him. Death couldn't contain Him. The forces of darkness couldn't stop Him.

On the third day, Jesus came out of the grave and said, “I was dead, but now I am alive forevermore.”

One principle that the resurrection teaches us is that God will always finish what He started. No matter how dark it looks, no matter how long it’s been, no matter how many people are trying to push you down; if you will stay in faith, God will always take you from Friday to Sunday. You will see your day of breakthrough because God will complete what He started.

Whenever you are going through a dark time, Always remember that your day of resurrection, your “Sunday,” is on the way!

Keep standing, keep believing because soon you will rise up and embrace the victory He has in store for you!

PS. See it, Say it, Seize it.....Word Works Wonders