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Anger; a Sure Way to Death(Hell)

Imagine...  after offending me she still had the guts to refuse my greetings. If not that am a Christian ehhhhhhh.... I would have put her in her place. Anyway...  I no dey greet again even if my life depends on it.
How many of us can relate to the above statement?
Looking at the world today,  so many things are over looked all in the quote that God understands.  Some of us go as far as quoting the Bible that all have sinned and come short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23) thereby saying no man is perfect, oh... even the Bible confirms that.
Apostle Paul asked....  shall we continue in sin that grace may abound?  God forbid(Romans 6:1)!  As Christians we need to be careful how we live our lives and the excuses we give for doing what we do.  The Bible says...  let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus (Philippians 2:5-11). Talking about humility.  We Christlike beings (Christians)  have to live up to our responsibility. We can't claim to be called and chosen to fulfi…

My Journey

I have been on a trip,
I thought I knew where I was headed,
I thought the direction was clear...
Each day I took one more step..
Even though the day ahead was blur,
Even though my destination wasn't clear..
I felt like the end will justify the means...
It didn't matter the route I took...
It didn't matter the foots I stepped on...
What mattered was I got to my destination...
Because no matter how I decided to travel, I was still going to get to where I was meant to be.
That was my thought...
I was blinded to the truth...
How was I to know....
I was in total darkness....
Now these words make more sense to me than ever...
"there is a way that seems right to a man, but the end thereof is destruction".
Hmmmmm.....
Destruction?
What does it really mean?
OK... Let's leave that for another day.
 Today... am still on my trip,
I have taken a total new route,
A path where the light of God shines brighter and brighter...
Now my destination is clear...
Gets clearer by the …

Abraham; the Father of Many Nations

Hello lovelies...
We are discussing Abraham,  the Father of many nations.....
From the moment God gave me this assignment of finding and fulfilling purpose, the Holy Spirit has constantly showed me certain characteristics about the men and women of God who lived and fulfilled purpose and Abraham was one of the greatest of them all. We might argue that Enoch was,  because he did not see corruption but; Abraham despite all,  was called the friend of God.
Let's take a look at how the ministry of Abraham started... In the book of Genesis 6:3-7.
Gen 6:3 And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.
Gen 6:4 There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men, and they bore children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.
Gen 6:5 And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that…

Purposeful Life.

Hello fam.... How are y'all doing today?

I want to share this with y'all and I pray it blesses someone. Am not sure what title fits it best so I will leave you to decide.
When people say, “Everything is quiet and safe,” then suddenly destruction will hit them! It will come as suddenly as the pains that come upon a woman in labour, and people will not escape.
1 Thessalonians 5:3 GNB
I had so many thoughts running around in my mind as I went about preparing my children for school today but finally my mind settled on this thought. How aware are we of our surrounding? How aware are we of things going on in our lives? Are we aware of some of the things we are up against even when all seem well? Have we made God part of our daily lives?

When it seem like all is well, when it seem like you have all you need and have no reason to worry, when it seem like you are where you want to be in life at the exact moment you desired it, so you are on the right track, not having experienced the s…

The Life of a Mother

Looking at my time it was already 9:47pm Sunday night, I could not believe it. How could I have gone the whole day without getting even as little as an hours rest??? Gosh!!! How long can this go on?

I had woken up early hours of this morning, well not quite early. I was suppose to be in church but after been awake almost all night taking care of my baby who for some reason would not sleep through the night I found myself waking up at about 8:00am. Obviously attending Sunday service was sure cancelled and so I decided I was going to take the opportunity to rest and get some more sleep. I needed it for the week ahead. So here I am, 9:47pm, no rest, no sleep, tired and feeling completely deprived of all forms of relaxation. Now am wondering; how long can I keep up?

It's a well known fact that research has shown that everybody needs a minimum of 7-8hours sleep each night to keep and live a healthy lifestyle. So what would you say If I told you I haven't gotten as much as 4hours …

My DIY Akara.... Hups!!!

Hello everyone.... today am sharing with you the mistake I made preparing my bean cake (Akara) for breakfast on Saturday. No matter how good you are at something, there's always a downside to not doing it regularly.
I woke up very excited because I had planned all week to serve my DIY bean cake(Akara) with quaker oat for breakfast on Saturday. So I had to wash the beans to remove the skin/coat and I went ahead to grind the beans with my blender after I was done washing. While grinding I realized my bean batter wasn't blending/grinding as expected and I had to keep adding more water to keep my blender from clogging even though I knew I was not suppose to. At a point I decided to use my bean puree like that since I was not getting the smoothness I wanted. I turned my bean puree into my mortar and realize I didn't pound my onion and chili. What a disaster. I had to then grate my onion and use dry powder chili instead of the fresh habanero chili. By the time I finished mixing…

For the Love of Pancake

Flipping my pancake over, my heart melts with joy just like butter does when it's heated. Am making plans on how to get a good treat from this breakfast choice. Actually, Jayden made the choice. He's been going on and on about pancake for school in the last three weeks that I finally promised him on Friday that I would see to it that he takes pancake to school on Monday. And so here I am mixing and frying and the aroma filling up the entire apartment.... hmmmmmm! it's an incomparable experience.
I have always seen pancake as a special treat since it was an occasional treat in my home when I was growing up. So whenever it surfaced in our menu we made plans on how best to divulge every bit of it. I can still remember the process we used in preparing pancake back in school during our practical class. Then sugar and fresh lime juice were sprinkled on the pancake after frying. I wondered why but I would choose today's recipe over my school days recipe.
I filled Jayden'…

Reducing Calorie intake with Water

Hello my fab readers.... it's another interesting week. The year is still fresh and most people if not everyone are doing all they can to keep to their new year resolutions. Like we all know, change is difficult but it's the one thing that is constant in life.
The pursuit for beauty isn't just about our fabulous make-up or sexy out fit. It also includes how we feel inside. It's not all about being thin but also about being healthy. It's a fact that cutting down on our calorie intake can go along way to keep us healthy and beautiful. So if you are one of those that have taken the decision to live healthy in 2016, join us as we share tips/ideas on the best way to achieve our dreams.

My 3year old son came home from school one day and said mum I have a surprise for you and like most mothers I asked what it was. And excitedly he recites... " water is a colorless substance needed by all living things". wow... that was quite a surprise. Water is needed by all li…

Macaroni Twist

Hello my fab readers, it's another beautiful day(wednesday) and the hustle and bustle begins yet again. My sympathy goes to those that live in cities like Lagos and port harcourt, I can't imagine what it feels like getting stock in traffic most mornings and evenings. Una dey try o.
Anyways; today's dish is for those that do not have sufficient time to prepare those wonderful and time consuming delicacies for breaskfast before rushing out for the days' work/activities. Bread&tea, omelets, noodles, oats, cereals etc have been served in most homes for breakfast because of how easy it is to prepare. I remember back in the days when I was in Lagos, most mothers fill their children's lunch box with iya basira and Co delicacies. I've always wondered if they considered the health implication of feeding their children foods from those bookers, some of them have their kiosk set up right over the gutters filled with disease causing bacteria and fungi but who am I to j…