Indeed, God is a good God. It pays to trust in Him and rely on His Spirit for help at all times (I could say this a thousand times over). My testimony is about my US visa that was to expire this year. So I applied for renewal via dropbox towards the end of January.
I want to bless the name of the Lord for saving me from a fatal domestic accident. I got home from work around 6:00pm on February 2nd and thought to cook for my husband before he got home from work. I went into the kitchen to drop the things I bought for cooking and to
I wish to give glory to the Most High God who reigns from age to age As is typical of many traditional funeral rites, the enemy was going to hijack my late dad’s funeral ceremony which held a few weeks ago in my village. There was a clear manifestation of His divine intervention that culminated
A friend and brother of mine engaged me to help buy a vehicle for him from USA and ship to Nigeria. I bought the vehicle, paid up for it and handed it to a shipper to deliver in Lagos, Nigeria. I used the shipper’s tracking number to follow the progress of the vehicle to Lagos.
Today on #ThankfulThursday, Taiwo recounts some of the things God did for her in the year 2017. Hear her testimony. I am grateful to God for the gift of life, sound health and a wonderful family. I thank God for saving my husband from accidents on two occasions thereby preventing me from being a widow.
2016 looked tough but it didn’t stop Sue’s enthusiasm for an optimistic 2017. She didn’t set new resolutions, but left it to God. Read her story. “I was born into a Christian home. We were not religious but we were taught that we needed God to get things done. We prayed daily not just before
Irene testifies of how God came through for her despite the plot of men. Hear her testimony. I put in a bid for a contract to supply some paint for the painting project of a 14 room apartment owned by a certain family. The mother of the family was also the boss who dispersed money
On Saturday 25th November 2017, after business fellowship, I returned home to continue treating a flu I had been battling for a few days prior to the fellowship. On getting home I decided to “step up” my treatment with some home remedy. So, I peeled cloves of garlic to swallow (this would reduce the smell
I am into the sales of POP cement used for constructing those fancy ceilings you see in buildings around town. A couple of Sundays ago, on 5th Nov 2017 precisely, I received a call very early that morning. It was my supplier, who had called to tell me that his goods had been cleared by
Hello friend and welcome to #ThankfulThursday. Jesus is at the center of it all. From beginning to the end, it will always be, it’s always been You, Jesus Join us by sharing and posting your comments in the comments section below. What are you thankful for?
Pain and trials exist to make us stronger? Olu shares his amazing journey from pain to joy today on #ThankfulThursday. “How time flies – November 13, 2017 marks exactly 30 years since I lost my mother. Life without her was hard. I was 7 years old, but the memory of the events of that day
We all have something to be thankful for, or don’t you? Well Ame does and he shares why on #ThankfulThursday. Waking up in the morning is a blessing but escaping the jaws of death is a miracle worth sharing. “On the 6th of November at 9pm, I was driving home from work and was around
Hello friend and welcome to #ThankfulThursday. Today, still in the spirit of Thanksgiving & Worship, we applaud God for all the many things He has done, is doing and is still going to do for us. Join us by sharing and posting your comments in the comments section below. What are you thankful for?
Last Sunday during the Church service, Pastor Tunde asked what God means to us. I didn’t get the opportunity to answer. I believe He is “God that doesn’t put to shame” (Oba tí ki dójú tini). Couple of times God has shown himself to me in that manner, He has always come through for me.
This testimony crystallized about three weeks ago and the story has been a long winding one. To cut a long story short, I left a well paying multinational job in 2013 to venture into entrepreneurship. It started well but took a nose dive and things went from bad to worse, to a point where I