Zero Hours

The truth is we've all got our "Zero  hours" meaning those bleak times,  the  lean seasons, the occasions in our life when things come  to a dead end. The zero hour is, of course full of fear. But it is also fraught with faith. You can pull through your zero  hours if you stand firm on the solid  rock which is Jesus Christ!
     It's important to note that as a Christian, Christianity does not   remove the red lights, stumps,  setbacks and tragedies  of  life.  But  we have good reason to believe that  our walk with God in Christ gives us  vital  armor and a tough  skin  as protection when the zero hour  sneaks in.
     Every born-again Christian needs to come to the realization that the  purpose of Christianity is not to teach us believers how to avoid or eliminate difficulty but to nurture  within us the strength of character  necessary to offset difficulty when  it  comes. Christianity does  not make  life easy, rather it provides the strength needed  to  face  an…

Vision 👀

Vision is not a fictional character amongst the Marvel D.C Avengers team but rather ''Vision is a comprehensive sense of where you are, where you are going, how you are going to get there and what you will do after you get there.
    Vision is seeing the big picture and personally painting a part of it.
   Vision is feeling challenged by the world around and being compellede to make a mark on it through the force of your own ideas, personality, resources and desires.''_Bill

Hey! Keep moving

Are you actually planning on joining the waiting queue? For
how long are you going to wait for everything to fall in place
before you take that bold step of faith. LATER is never the
right time to get anything done, the perfect time is NOW
because the longer you wait the more the value you loose.
Napoleon Hill said " don't wait; the time will never be just
right". # Keep_moving .

Give it your best 💪

Opportunities in life is like that of a football team. There is
always someone warming up (getting ready) to take your
place but the impression you create by been at your best
determines how long you are going to be incharge.
# GiveItYourBest.

You can be better!

So many of us get satisfied with far less than God's best for
us; reason been that many were discouraged because of what
people around them has been saying while others get
comfortable because they felt they've gotten to thier promise
land. Get out of bed this morning with the mentality of a man
determined to make 'maximum' impact on his generation. Your
best is yet to come, so you've got to keep pressing forward
until you draw your last breath and stop been a lazy Christain.
Jeremiah 29:11. Even when everyone keep on telling you ''you
can't'', reply them with Philippians 4:13 ''I can do all things
through Christ who strengthens me''.
# KeepPressingForward
# YouAreNotAQuitter .
# YouAreCreatedForExploits .

It can be more than a grave with a lovely epitaph.

When it's all been said and done, pictures you never could
have imagined while alive that people had would start
surfacing on several social media platforms and even on
timeline of friends that never said "hello"; comments would
start buzzing like Swarm of bees, compliments you never got
from them while alive you'd start getting for free.
Even the not so emotionally affected would comment
"crying","sadmood",heartbroken" and blah blah.
Eventually you'd get a stone carved on your grave (if fortunate
enough) with lovely epitaph.
My question is after all this,
What's next?
What did you lived for?
What was your legacy?
How many lives did you impact/affect positively or negatively?
How many problems were you solution to?
Is the world gonna class you amidst those that "come and go"
like snakes on a rocky path?
Would people remember you and thank God for such as
blessing that you were?
And most important of all, where would your ete…

Analogy of a parasite and the host by Ejike E.O

A parasitic relationship is one in which one organism, the parasite lives off another  organism, the host; harming it and possibly causing death. The parasite lives in or on the host.
Usually, although parasites harm their hosts, it is in the best interest of the parasite not to kill the host because it relies on the host's body and body functions such as digestion, or blood circulation to live.OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH CHRIST IS SIMILAR
✓Jesus does not have a physical body any longer just like a parasite so He lives off us (We are the body of Christ; Romans 12:5).✓The parasites feed on their hosts.
Romans 12:1 "I beseech you therefore, brethren by the mercies of the Lord that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable into the Lord which is your reasonable service". The greatest service the host can render to the parasite is to offer his body for the parasite to live in or on. In effect, every host is a sacrifice to it's predator just as we are to Ch…