Tuesday, 18 December 2007

The end of 2007 is in sight!

Truth is, it has been in view since October at the least. The Spirit of prophecy has been revealing a lot about the times that are upon us. Last minute 'New Year Resolutions' will not suffice. Now is the time to get in tune with the Lord and anticipate the move of His Spirit in the new year.

Two cannot walk together lest they are in agreement. So, let us all align ourselves with the One who knows and leads the way. This is the only guarantee for walking in the centre of God's purpose for our lives.

Lord make me ready for 2008, the year of influence and glorious new horizons. Amen.


Friday, 7 December 2007

A revolution is on the way!

Blogging from Embassy of God in Kiev. So glad to be at the Winter Fast to witness first hand a revolution that is about to hit the body of Christ and the world. This is no joke; the message of the kingdom of righteousness will fill the earth as the waters cover the sea!

This is what my whole being has been waiting for; the true essence of life in God. Such a shaking is about to hit the religious system of "Charismagic Christianity". Sadly, the lamp of many will stop burning because they have run out of oil. Please, please, NOW is the time for us to fill up in God and trim our lamps. Every out-of-line concept that is not based on the totality of God's Truth will be shaken to the core. Do not be caught unawares.

I have seen, heard and worshipped with many living testimonies. Ex-drug addicts now reaching other drug addicts; ex-prostitutes now living free and influencing thousands of school students; ex-transexual launching a ministry to others still bound... the list is endless. Every sphere of society is being covered by the great army I have fellowshipped with here in Kiev. Now, the understanding and revelation that birthed this church is going global through the Churchshift movement. I am glad to be a part.

Let the earth hearken for the glory of God is here!


Monday, 3 December 2007

13 years to the day! Thank you Jesus!

I am typing from the airport, due to fly out to Eastern Europe (Kiev) in a few minutes, but only after a full day of celebrating our 13th year anniversary! So much to thank God for. So much to remember. This is the truth of the matter: I married the right person God ordained for me and will do it again if given the chance!

So, thank your for Mine, Lord. Thank you for bringing us this far. Our times our in your hand and the future is secure in you. May our love continue to grow in spite of the circumstances. Help us to raise our children in the ways of righteousness and help us to be a blessing to our generation. AGAPE4EVER to the glory of your name!


Wednesday, 28 November 2007

There are thorns on my Rose flower!

Ouch! That really hurt! Nobody told me that roses have thorns. Would I have to live with them?

When I found my "rose" a few 21 years ago, and later formalised my "ownership" 7 years later, I could only see the glorious, colourful petals and enjoy the sweet aroma that she gave. I was not fully aware of the thorny bits down the stem. Unfortunately, we were not always together in the same town. And even if we were, I probably would not have noticed them anyway. We were young, you see, and we had heard from God... Oh how necessary it is to have some good counsel before plucking the rose (or allowing yourself to be plucked)!

I also had a belief at the time (somewhere in me it is still held as true) that marriage can be a replica of Eden, if both man and woman are committed to God and to each other. There should not be any insurmountable problem if God is in the mix. I used to identify with those who "testified" that they have never had a fight in their marriage. Why should you if you are both taught by God to love? Well... it wasn't too long before... ouch! Where did that come from?

Truth is, we all come into marriage with different baggage, events that are a part of our history, things that the enemy of oneness can use against us at the slightest of chances. Every issue not dealt with beforehand is an opportunity for attack. Sadly, we had loads of such and they all began to backfire around the same time. Add to that the fact that Mine could not join me in the UK for the next 3 1/2 years after marriage (and I was only able to visit twice within that time). Ouch! We sure did not envisage that!

This much I know now: Roses have thorns, many of them. Big sharp ones; tiny stubborn ones. They are part of the package. We learn to live and deal with them...

This more I know: the less baggage we bring to the place called home, the better. At least, we should be aware of what we are carrying; most of the time we are not, and when it is pointed out to us, we react in defense. The reality is that our Father, who knows our end from the beginning, has as the option of making us better people in the home context, and the process of becoming a better person is never without a few "ouches"!!! Even the Rose of Sharon wore a crown of thorns...

One more thing I know: God's grace is sufficient for the faithful in heart...

Lord, what can I say? You have brought us this far. Please take us further into your will and purpose for our lives. Continue to teach us, and may that which we have already been taught be a blessing to many a generation. Thank you Father!


Tuesday, 27 November 2007

Divorce is not God's original plan

I read some responses to a missionary friend's article on divorce, even though I had not read the original article, and felt I should add my voice to the conviction of many in the Church. Here's my unedited response below (I have since read the article which is also posted below):

I did not read the original article but have browsed some of the responses. The truth is, though divorce is a reality in our time as it was in Jesus' time, God's original purpose for marriage is still the same - that no man puts asunder that which God joins together. He will not lower His standard just because we are having challenges. It is always better in the long run to stay our ground and win than to flee.

Having said this, divorce is certainly not the unpardonable sin. And this is where we get caught. That God can pardon sin does not make sin acceptable. I will be 13 years married to my wife this weekend and in those years, there has been a number of times when divorce seemed to be the only solution. But if we look closely and well enough, there is always a way - God's way - out of the 'temptation' to divorce. God is faithful to provide the way, but will we be humble and selfless enough to take His ordained path for the particular moment? Many have chosen their own way and it has led, and will always lead, to heartache.

My heart goes out to everyone who is under marital pressures at this time, may you find the counsel of God for your situation - the way ordained for you to overcome with a testimony of God's faithfulness.

Dear reader, what do you think? Feel free to write a comment.


Till death do us part - by ChimWRITE

"What therefore God hath joined together, let no man put asunder" (Matthew 19:6)

I want to discuss an issue that was raised in Jesus’ encounter with the Pharisees in Mathew 19:1-12. It is about divorce and it is something that has bothered me for a long time.
I believe the Pharisees felt they could put Jesus on the spot by bringing up this issue because, just as in our day, divorce in those days had become very rampart. Such that it had become a "don't-preach- against" issue for preachers who cared about their popularity. Today it is hard to preach God’s mind concerning divorce without being labeled judgmental or narrow-minded. Among believers and even some preachers divorce has come to be widely accepted. But Jesus was not afraid to confront the issue head-on, as we see from his reply.

Jesus' reply to the question whether one can divorce was that God’s original plan for marriage was that there would be no divorce. He said “in the beginning this was not so”. "In the beginning" divorce was not part of the Creator’s design for marriage. Instead the mystery of marriage is that when a man and a woman unite together in marriage they become one flesh. No longer two.

The mistake we make is to look at the physical and feel that since they are still two individuals, they can conveniently divorce themselves, if they want. But in reality, what they are now is an entity so that what divorce leaves behind are not two whole individuals but two incomplete pieces of a whole. Only those that have experienced it can tell the amount of pain and mess that divorce always leaves behind.

The Pharisees understood Jesus was saying "no" to divorce, that is why they asked why Moses, the man of God, permitted it. Jesus said it was permitted because of the hardiness of the heart of the people even though it was not in line with God’s plan. Here is a lesson for us - it is possible that through the hardiness of heart of a generation for things that are not in line with God’s order, sin can become accepted and permitted in the Church. But majority decision does not change God’s standard.

The only reason for divorce that Jesus allows here is fornication. Yet it is clear from the context of his discourse that divorce is not to be an option in marriage. The disciples understood what he was saying, that was why they said “If this is the situation between a husband and a wife, it is better not to marry”. That is to say, “if marriage has only an entrance and no exit, given all the heat that comes up in marriage, it is better not to marry”!

But understanding that God planned marriage to have only an entrance and no exit does not turn it into hell on earth, but instead an opportunity to build a heaven on earth. I know it is difficult to generalize, but I believe there are many dissolved marriages that could have become glorious if the man and wife did not believe divorce was an option. When we come into marriage without divorce in our vocabulary, we would put in our all to make it work, because we believe there is no other option.

Every marriage has its challenges, yet if we do not hold firmly to God’s standard of "no divorce", we would not have the backbone to fight for our marriage, to pay the price of seeing it become a glorious testimony of a Christian marriage. We will give up too soon.

Ours is an age that are “lovers of their own selves”. I, me, mine are some of the big gods of this age. That is why marriage, as God planned it, is so difficult for us today. Marriage is not about what you can get, but what you can give. Marriage is God’s school of discipleship.

I pray that these truths do not come to you as judgmental but as an encouragement. It doesn’t matter what you have done in the past, what matters is what you’d do now. There are things we cannot change in our past but no matter where we are today, we can, by the grace of God, begin to live by this truth.

I’d would be looking forward to reading your comments on this issue. I intend to post the discussions that this article will generate in the coming weeks so please let me hear from you. And please do pray for your marriage and other christian marriages because there heated attack from hell on these like never before. And please don't hesitate to let me know how I can pray for yours.

Reply to: chim_ibidun@ hotmail.com (or/and post a comment here)


Friday, 23 November 2007

30 Days of Thankfulness - Day 23

Tagged by Rinsola

Join me in the Thankfulness Chain....if you've been tagged, please complete the tag on the assigned day example... if you're tagged for November 21... that is day 21 and you should title your post 30 Days of Thankfulness - Day 21 provide a link to the person that tagged you previously Also provide a link to the two people that you're tagging for the next day so we can all follow the chain... Do let them know they're being tagged.. why they're being tagged, and how to grow the chain if you're unable to do the tag on your assigned day... still choose the day to reflect the date you do it (if you're choosing not to back date it) ...example... if you're tagged for November 25 but dont get to do it till November 27... and you're not back dating.. it's okay to do it as Day 27 you can post these rules or something to this effect to help it along...

I was tagged by a blogging friend to give God thanks today - for today and everyday, and everything. Thank you Father for putting it in the mind of my co-blogger to tag me (now, that's a good place to start!).

Truth is, there is always a thousand and one things to thank God for if we think hard enough, and even when you try to think of one, that special one, you get lost in thought. This is why overflowing thankfulness should be our way of life, not for any favour or breakthrough, but because our good Lord is worthy of thanks (interesting, I preached on this a year ago - I hope I've lived up to the message! Want to listen? Click here!)...

Father, I am grateful to You for You, Your love, grace and faithfulness.
I thank You for always being there, through the years, through the tears.
I thank You for Your mercies that You extend to me, every now and again.
I thank You for calling me by name, before I popped out of my mother's womb.
I thank You for pouring Yourself in me, Your gifts and Your grace.
I thank You for revealing Your life in and manifesting Your goodness through me.
I thank You for leading me to where I am today.
I thank You for the last 13 years with Linda, and the 8 years before then.
I thank You for Destiny and Daniel, the fruit of our union to date.
I thank You for all the pain that love has conquered.
I thank You for all the love that pain cannot conquer.
I thank You for what you have in store for those who love You.
I thank You for revival that is looming in the air.
I thank You, I thank You, I thank You!
For the opportunity to thank You, Father, I thank You...

I tag my sister Kike, Daughter of Encouragement, (who got me blogging) and Sisbee (who, I think, got me into this great circle of bloggers!)... Let the thankfulness flow, I mean overflow!


Friday, 16 November 2007

When love comes of age

Thirteen years married! It's no joke! Well, in our day and age, when the sanctity of marriage is belittled by those who ought to protect it, I cannot but thank God for bringing Linda and I this far.

Thirteen, the first of the teenage years. The Bar Mitzvah year of transition into manhood. Probably, this may be the year when our love come of age. This one thing I know, love at year 13 is different from love at year 1! What are the differences?

At year 1, love is first emotional before it is rational.
At year 13, love is first rational before it is emotional.
At year 1, love is more emotional than rational.
At year 13, love is more rational than emotional.
At year 1, love is learning to trust.
At year 13, love has learnt to trust (hopefully!).
At year 1, love is more delighted when it receives.
At year 13, love is more delighted when it gives...

In all this, the most important thing is for God to be involved in the union of a man with a woman from day 1. This, to me, is a key to longevity in marriage - and I don't mean casual involvement. I have observed that nowadays, when it comes to choosing a partner, people involve God at varying degrees. (Well, since Adam blamed God for the wife who caused his disobedience, God will only get involved in our choice of partner to the degree that we involve Him, hence "He who finds a wife..." and not "He who is given a wife...").

In other words, if love will truly come of age, the opinion of Him who sees the end from the beginning must be highly sought. He knows who is best for us, not just in year 1 but also in year 13 and beyond. I cannot stress this enough. Dating is good. Checking compartibility is not wrong. (And there are a catalogue of other practical things that one can do to be sure of Mr. or Mrs. Right). But having God's express instruction and approval is priceless. It may be the lifeline at crucial break points. It has been for us! (What does this say about learning to hear and obey God now, in the 'small things', rather than learning to know His voice when the time to choose comes?).

I know that marriages break at year 1 as they do at year 13 (or any other year for that matter), but with a strong commitment to God and the marriage covenant, anti-marriage forces stand no chance. We've withstood many in our short time, and I can tell anyone that it is better to fight and win than to give up and flee. With God, all things are possible.

I, perhaps, will take this a bit deeper, soon (as time permits). But I am glad that 'Mine' (my pet name for Linda) is still mine and we are both His!

Father, what can I say? Thank you for keeping us in your love and for teaching us what it means to love. Amen.


Friday, 9 November 2007

Taught to love by God

"Now about brotherly love we do not need to write to you, for you yourselves have been taught by God to love each other" (1 Thessalonians 4:9).

Because "God is love" and love is of God, we cannot truly love unless by and through God. The more we are conformed to the image of God in Christ, the more truly we can love. So, yes, there is a progressive dimension to our ability to love as God will. Oh that God's people will submit fully to the teachings of the Spirit in all things!

Life is our school. God is our teacher. There is no automatic promotion. Every test must be passed! When tests are skipped or failed, we get to resit them at a later date. Is there any joy in repeating classes and remaining a baby Christian for life?

True love is time-consuming and self-sacrificing. It seeks the best in others and serves rather than want to be served. Just think about the example of the Good Samaritan and this truth becomes clearer.

"How can I live with this man if I can't trust him?" - Rinsola

This touches on an intimate dimension of love as ordained by God - the loved between a man and a woman. Hmm... so much to write here! I'll take it in bits, well, as a countdown to my 13th anniversary of being married to the same woman! 24 days to December 3rd, the day I tied the knot. I think I've got a few things to say about love and trust! And it all goes back to where we began from - taught to love by God!

Father, please teach us to love. Continue to teach me to love. To love my wife and children. To love everyone You've put in my care in church. To love everyone I come in contact with. To love the world that You died for. To love without prejudice. To love like You will. Amen.


Wednesday, 7 November 2007

What must we now do? (2)

Comment: I strongly believe it all starts from and with "Love", but how can we really love people the way God wants us to?

I cannot agree with rinsola more. Everything begins and ends with Love. If we are going to make a difference in the land of our calling, we must be living emissaries of God's love in our spheres of influence. However, the reason why I want to provoke us all to ask pertinent questions about the practice of our faith is that, in my opinion, the church world, consciously or unconsciously, has created a culture where if we love at all, it is ourselves we love.

We go to church for ourselves, pray and fast for ourselves, give offerings for ourselves (a hundred fold return!), go to work for ourselves (pay cheque)... we are always anticipating a breakthrough for ourselves... everything else comes second place. I may be guilty of generalising, but I am aware of my responsibility to provoke God's people to "love and good deeds" (Hebrews 11:24). So, there you go!

Love is certainly the answer, but even this right answer beckons the question "how can we really love people the way God wants us to?" This is why I want us all to continue asking questions! The messages we hear in church ought to be answers to deep questions (deep calls unto deep); they should intentionally prepare us for our unique ministries of love. In essence, if we are really ready to "love the way God wants us to," we must first hunger and thirst for a fresh revelation of this love - the breath, the height, the depth and the width of it! (Ephesians 3:17,18). We cannot demonstrate it if we do not understand it (and if we do not live out the little we comprehend, more insight will not come to us from above).

A shift is necessary in the church today, an urgent return to our "first love". Loving God in truth is the first commandment that fulfils every law. The outflow of this is practical love towards the unloved around us... But what does it mean to love God and who are the unloved that need our love? (Questions, more questions!).

There's surely more to come on this love thing!

Father, if I have made myself and my goals the object of my pursuits, forgive me.

If I have relegated You to second place in my thoughts, forgive me.

If my the bulk of my time is spent bettering my life rather than enriching my relationship with You and serving others, please forgive me.

If I am only consumed about the state of my life and am not sensitive to the condition of others around me, dear Lord forgive me.

Teach me love. Teach me to love. And may there be a fresh revolution of love in Your Church, starting with me. Thanks Lord!


Friday, 2 November 2007

What must we now do? (1)

"Dear pastor what must we do now in practical terms? I am a Christian who wants to make a change."

In response to the above comment by one of my readers to the post of October 26, I want to begin sharing a few things as the Lord leads. Firstly, this is the right question to ask! Until we realise that a change is necessary, we would not enquire on how we need to change or what needs to change. Worse still, we will continue in our error and not attain the mark set by God. Remember the day of Pentecost? "What must we now do" is the place to start.

Questions are powerful, especially if we ask them from the right sources - those that can deliver the right answers. Sadly, the church world is conditioned in such a way that discourages God's people from asking questions. Whatever the 'man of God' says is taken as the gospel truth, when a simple, genuine interrogation, especially for clarity, will reveal what lies underneath. The disciples asked questions of Jesus, and likewise, Jesus asked questions of them. The Lord did not just assume that they understood what He taught them; He gave time to the asking and answering of questions.

So, what must we begin to do in order to see change in the church world and consequently in the nation? We need to show the Lord that we are ready to learn afresh by asking pertinent questions about ourselves and the practice of our faith. God is committed to teaching us only when we come to Him to learn. He is also determined to give us teachers after His own heart who will lead us on the paths of righteousness. Let us ask and we shall receive.

Ok, this seems basic, but let us do it. Let us pause. Selah. Reflect and make enquiry. I wrote a book in 2000, The Charismatic Agenda, to provoke people into asking questions. (Visit www.hiskingdom.org.uk and you will find out how to receive a free copy).

I will continue to answer this question, and if you feel the need to, you can question my answer!


Friday, 26 October 2007

The destiny of my nation

"My nation." I refer to the United Kingdom here, for God's word encourages us to adopt the nation of our residence as a place of inheritance (UK is the land of my birth anyway). The destiny of Great Britain as a spiritual leader in the community of nations is under threat. Something drastic must happen to restore God's purpose for this island.

I believe God has not finished with Britain. We have a major role to play in the consummation of God's programme in the earth. In order to occupy our place effectively, the Spirit and power of Elijah must now break forth amongst us and lead us back to the One and only true God. Enough of religion, let us usher in the kingdom of the Most High!

Father, Great Britain belongs to you! Receive her as your inheritance and let your glory fill the land as the waters cover the sea!


Monday, 22 October 2007

The destiny of nations

Our commission from Christ requires us to take responsibility for the destiny of nations and not just the destiny of people. As we seek the kingdom of God in our nation of calling, surely the people in the nation will be impacted by the righteousness of the kingdom. However, if we only seek to reach people, the nation may still end up in ruin, especially if the people are not taught to express their faith everywhere in the nation.

We are to disciple all nations and bring the rule of God to bear on society. Tall order, but not impossible with the power and authority of God in us. For this purpose, a drastic shift is taking place in many sections of the church. We need to see things in a different way to how we have always seen things. We need a perspective that is all-inclusive and not subjective. We need to exercise the rule of Christ even in the midst of His enemies.

Let us arise, take the destiny of our nations into our hands and see what the Lord will do through us. With God, nothing shall be impossible!

Father, I arise!


Saturday, 13 October 2007


The new focus of Pastor Sunday's ministry is the reformation of the global church. Through God, he wants to see a total shift in the way we do church - from egocentric objectives to Christ-centred pursuits. And the objective of Christ is to reap the harvest of the earth and deliver the kingdoms of this world to God.

This is the mandate of the church - to disciple all nations with the principles of rigtheousness; to present all nations to God as an offering acceptable to Him. Pastor Sunday is achieving this in Ukraine. Now, he wants to pass on what he has learnt to 10,000 churches in America and 100,000 around the world. You can get more information about Churchshift from www.churchshift.org.

Let us get into the flow of God's final move upon the earth. Let us all "shift" and finish God's work upon the earth.

Lord, count me as one of the number!


Tuesday, 9 October 2007

Overcoming discouragement

Our calling in God is an upward call. A successful venture will require constant victory over discouragment. Though the enemy of faith throws all sorts of things to stop the advancing believer, God's soldier must keep on pressing in and on.

Here's some wise counsel:

You are destined to soar
But if you cannot soar, run
If you cannot run, walk
If you cannot walk, crawl
By all means and whatever happens, keep on moving
By all means and whatever happens, do not compromise

The Lord will bring you to HIS destination ordained for you.

Father, thank you for the Holy Spirit who keeps us focused at all times on the purpose for which you have called. Whatever happens, O Lord, I will keep on going for you. Amen!


Monday, 1 October 2007

One year on!

Exactly a year today, we stepped out in obedience to God to start His Kingdom Outreach. Oh the joy of obedience! I am grateful to God for the grace to launch into the deep. I am also grateful for the results so far.

One year on, I can see wisdom of God in operation. Our first year was a year of planting, a year of laying foundation. This next year, starting today, is our year of learning, a year of the first fruit. As we begin to take responsibility for different aspects of society, God is going to teach us many things in a practical way. We are convinced London will never remain the same.

I will not write a report of all the happenings, only to say that it is better to obey God than to offer a thousand sacrifices. God's instructions not only link us to our destiny and His supply, they are our lifeline on the path of righteousness. Through the voice of His leading, we now have a level of momentum that will cause many things to begin to happen. All for the glory and praise of His name.

Father, I cannot thank You enough for all that You have done in and through me this past year. Oh Lord receive my thanks and accept the offering of my life. May all I do be for the futherance of Your kingdom here on earth. Amen.


Tuesday, 25 September 2007

Global gathering of champions

I heard the Lord speak a word in my spirit. He said that He is gathering His champions together for concerted spiritual battle and extensive Kingdom advance. Mighty men and women of valour will begin to locate each other and team up for great exploits. The purpose is one: for God's glory to engulf every nation on earth and for His kingdom to come in the fullness that is ordained for this time.

God's champions are not those that we can easily point to in the natural. (Unfortunately, we so easily operate in the flesh and judge by the seeing of the eyes). Also, God's champions are not those who have sought for so long to occupy positions of importance in the Church. God's champions are those who have learnt what it means to persevere in the wilderness of affliction; those who treasure the friendship of God in the midst of tribulation; those who have refused to bow their knees to other gods when others have found it the most convenient thing to do. These are God's champions, people ready to strive together for the faith of the gospel of Christ.

Heaven is drawing near to earth. Through this generation's champions of faith the knowledge of the Holy will spread abroad. Manifestations of power will abound and all the glory will be to the Lord Most High. Let no one who has faithfully waited on the Lord despair in this hour. The season of divine exaltation has come. But let those who have focused their energies on prospering themselves through lies and deceit be full of dread, for the Lord is determined to repay the wicked for all the evil they have done in His name. The Lord is in His Temple, let all the earth tremble before Him.

Father, have Your way in Your Body. Let Your agenda roll out with speed and finality. Let those who fear Your name draw near. Let those who have abandoned The Way be convicted of their error. In all things, let Your will be done. Gather Your people from the four corners of the earth and empower us both to do Your will and finish Your work. Amen.


Thursday, 13 September 2007

Reformation Spirit!

If I would summarise what I see the Lord doing in the Church today, only two words will suffice: Reformation Spirit! (with the exclamation mark please!!). God is raising up those of whom He has spoken long ago, a violent and focused people who desire nothing other than the purposes of God's Kingdom. I am not shy to admit that I am one of such, and it is encouraging to meet more of the same kind every day.

The last few weeks in particular have been interesting. The Reformation Spirit seems to loom closer to earth than it has ever done in recent times. Men and women are coming out of the wilderness and into the harvest fields of the earth. I see new works being commissioned, creative initiatives being embarked upon, kingdom prayers being offered to the heavens. Believe me, something is about to hit the earth so strong!

One major happening in the Church of late, which signifies the beginning of a global outbreak of God's final Reformation Agenda, is the fresh emphasis in the ministry of Pastor Sunday Adelaja, senior pastor of Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations, Kiev, Ukraine. As if the kingdom impact he has experienced in Ukraine is not enough, God is now leading him first to hand over the work in Kiev to someone else and secondly, to devote his energy to the next phase of his ministry. What is this "next phase"? To bring reformation to the body of Christ worldwide; to see a total shift in the way we do church. Talk about Reformation Spirit!

This is no joke. God means business. He has moved the cloud of glory from where we think it is to where He wants it to be. The Lord has ordained unprecedented progress in the Church at this time, the effects of which will be seen and felt in every nation of the world. What He has started no one can stop. The question to ponder on is: Am I a part of what God is doing or only a part of what God has done? Am I living in past glory or following the Spirit of glory? Am I a force in God's movement or an old block in man's monuments? Child of God, do not take these promptings lightly. They may be the difference between life and death; between being used of God and being discarded by God. The choice is yours.

If you want to read a bit more about Pastor Sunday Adelaja's fresh ministry focus, click here. (The focus is first on the Church in America, but also, simultaneously, on the Church all over the world).

If you want to listen to relevant, pungent messages about the Kingdom of God, learn from Pastor Sunday by visiting his site www.pastorsunday.com (Highly recommended. I did this almost everyday in 2005, and still do. I have never remained the same since).

If you want to know more about Embassy of God and the recent invitation for the church to be a member of the United Nations, click here.

If you want to receive articles about the present Reformation season, leave a comment after reading this blog or email me at: israel@bwam.org

If you are passionate about seeing Reformation in the United Kingdom and want to join others in corporate all-night prayers, also email me at: admin@reformingbritain.org.uk

Father, may Your people be willing in the day of Your power!


Saturday, 8 September 2007

Season of fulfilment

Yes, we are already in the time for the culmination of all things. Those who are in tune with God will find their steps ordered of God and unusual favour on their paths for fulfilling purpose. There is no time for game playing; only those who are passionate about purpose will know the manifest presence of God that makes things happen supernaturally.

This is the time I have been called for. This is the season that puts the years of waiting in perspective. God is not slack concerning His promise. Now is the due time for manifestation of eternal promises.

"So, lift up your eyes," I say to myself. "The harvest is plentiful and you are destined to be a labourer. Be found faithful in this season of fulfilment, for the Lord cometh and His reward is with Him."

Come, Lord Jesus!


Tuesday, 4 September 2007

No time to waste!

Having lagged behind in the spirit for so long due to religious apathy, many of us are not aware of the danger of missing God altogether. We have, it seems, been sedated by the comfort zone of churchianity and are unaware of how far we have strayed from the life and realities of God.

It breaks my heart! Where are the manifestations of old that transform society and make the name of the Lord great on the lips of the masses? Where are the revivalists that carry God within and declare His truths without fear? Shall we continue in our traditions and expect grace to continue?

Surely my heart is burdened. It has for quite a while. My decision? I shall not give myself rest until I see the righteousness of God break forth in our nation! Oh that the heavens will tear open and the God of glory shine brightly for all to see! There is no time to waste; we need God now - in His fullness. He is the only hope for Great Britain.

Father, teach me to number my days that I may apply my heart to wisdom. Let every moment be lived for You and for the spread of Your kingdom in the land. Amen.


Friday, 31 August 2007

Who is on the Lord's side? (2)

I went to meet someone at a Christian conference yesterday, and in the course of our meeting I learnt about recent happenings in the States. Well-known ministers separating and another couple fighting in a parking lot! Heart-breaking really, but not entirely surprising.

The line of demarcation is getting clearer in the Church. God's people will have to make a choice between serving God or honouring man. We have become a bunch of idol worshippers with no concept of who the real God of the universe is. Our religious system is so deceptive that we have no idea that God is no longer in the midst.

We can continue to excuse the faults of these Christian celebrities and blame their demise on 'the work of the devil', but the truth of the matter is, we are either on the Lord's side or not. A reformation has begun and we are either flowing with God or resisting Him.

May the Lord touch our hearts and return us to the path of truth.


Tuesday, 21 August 2007

Who is on the Lord's side?

Now, things are getting serious in the church world. A great shaking is already on the way, to separate between the true and the false. The Lord is giving a clarion call to His people, summoning those who are ready to identify with His truths completely. He is calling such to stand aside - on His side. All others would be cast far away from His glorious presence.

There can no longer be gray, lukewarm expressions of the faith. We either love Him totally or we do not love Him at all. Only those who love the Lord with all their being will live for Him unreservedly, and be used of Him to shake the nations of the earth. So, are you on the Lord's side? Rise up and be counted!

Lord, I am totally, completely sold out for You! My food is to do Your will and finish Your work!


Monday, 20 August 2007

Here I am, Send Me!

I can hear the voice of heaven calling out to the earth, to the Church of the Lamb; "Who will go for us? Who will take responsibility for the nation?" I looked back and realised the voice was directed at me. I could not say, "Here I am, send my brother," for the real question was: "Are you available for me to use?"

But... "No buts please. It's either a 'yes' or a 'no'. And for your information, if you do not step up and step out, I will continue seeking but the death of a nation would be required of you..."

No easy challenge, I say. My 'but' stemmed out of my weaknesses, but the Lord uses the weak to defeat the strong; He uses the foolish to confound the wise. God's strength is perfected through the weakness of man, so that all the glory will be directed to Him alone.

So, here I am. My soul says 'yes'. For this reason was I created, to say 'yes' to God's will, whatever the summons.

Father, I surrender to You with all my heart. Indeed, there is a task to be done in the earth. Let there be no more searching as I make myself available to you. I know I can rely on Your grace to carry out Your assignment. In the days of Your power, Your people shall be willing. Amen.


Saturday, 18 August 2007

Something is happening in the earth!

It is one thing to declare a prophecy and another to see its fulfilment. We are, I believe, living in a season when a great number of end time prophecies will find their fulfilment. There is no stopping what God has started. He will finish His sentence upon the earth with speed.

These are no fancy words. A great shift in the face of Christianity is underway, from religion to kingdom life. It is no more a prophetic declaration; the time appointed is manifesting on our calendars! Those who fear God will be in the centre of this shift, while those who are satisfied with the status quo will be oblivious to what is doing. It will affect them, nonetheless, in a ground-shaking way!

I choose to position myself in the centre of God's will, pursuing God's will and seeking His kingdom. Every other thing in life will take care of itself.

Father, thy kingdom come, and thy will be done on earth as it is done in heaven. Amen.


Monday, 6 August 2007

Finding rest

We drove about 70 miles away from home today to have a break from the daily routines of life. Much needed rest after endless weeks of work and activity. Sometimes, one needs to leave familiar settings to refresh both body and soul. Solitary places, quiet places; these are all good for seasons of refreshing.

How far would you go to find rest? 70 miles? 50 feet up a mountain? The park next door? The secret place? Whatever it may cost, find rest in the Lord your God.

Lord, thank you for times away. May my heart be refreshed in your presence. Amen.


Sunday, 5 August 2007

Behold, I make all things new!

Just came back from a dear sister's 50th birthday celebration. It was glorious indeed! On the way to the party, I heard the Lord say, "Behold I make all things new." I understood what He meant straight away. 50 is now the new 40 in our day and age!

How many more years do you have till you reach 40? What about 50? The truth is, you still have a lot of opportunities to fulfil destiny. 50? No problem! Moses started his mandate at the age of 80! God can still make all things new in your life.

We give up too soon. We become age conscious and rule ourselves out of fruitful service. As long as we have the breath of life in us, purpose can still be pursued and fulfilled. God will give much grace for the race ahead. He will make all things new in your life!

Father, I thank you for grace. Thank you for renewing my strength in the Holy Ghost. Indeed, through you I can run and not be weary and walk without fainting because you are making all things new in my life. Thank you Jesus! Amen.


Friday, 3 August 2007

Keeping it hot!

It is not enough to be hot; we have to maintain the fire of the Spirit and fan our passion to continuous flame. If care is not taken, the icy world of cares and worry will cool off the once-on-fire heart. Great responsibility it is, to keep ourselves hot in and for God.

Spiritual fire is maintained from the inside out; not from the outside in. Conferences and programmes may have an effect, but if we do not learn how to ignite our inner man in the secret place, abiding in close proximity to the Consuming Fire Himself, we run the risk of being mere cold conference attenders. God needs those who will affect their communities with the fire they carry; not those who get dampened by the community. Destiny is only fulfilled where there is passion - red hot passion.

So, keep it hot and never give in to the surrounding iciness. Sooner or later, one will crumble in total subjection - hopefully the surrounding and not you!

I am on top and not beneath! I am hot and not cold! I abide in Your presence most high God and delight in the words of Your mouth. Set me alight continually for your glory and let the world see Your light in me. Amen.


Thursday, 2 August 2007

The lukewarm heart

Cold, lukewarm, hot. Three possible states of the believer's heart. The Lord prefers hot and detests lukewarm. Cold he would not even touch. The problem with lukewarm is that it can give an initial impression of being good enough but once employed, it proves distasteful. Lukewarm may not be cold, but it should not pretend to be hot.

Which am I? How does heaven rate me? Am I useful in the hands of the Master? Am I hot enough for the Spirit of Truth? My God is a consuming fire and if I will walk with Him, I must learn how to burn. If I am not comfortable with burning, I will end up being burnt!

O God, set me ablaze with your holy fire and zeal! May I burn through and through for your glory and praise. Touch my heart with the coals of your altar. Here I am, O Lord, send me. Amen.


Thursday, 26 July 2007

Wait and see!

Why do the heathen rage and the enemies imagine a vain thing? Circumstances and long-standing problems like to taunt. "Where is your God," they say. "Is He not able to save you?" "I guess He really loves you, eh?"

It can be hard, I agree, but my advice is, 'Wait on the Lord; He is able to save.' Do not accept satan's evil suggestions. After all, the accusing loser said the same taunting words to Jesus when our King was being crucified on the cross. Why fret when victory is yours at the end? Remember that Jesus rose from the dead on the third day!

Just wait and see the awesome deliverance of God in your life!


Tuesday, 24 July 2007


What force! What devastation! What next?

The nation has been rocked by torrents of rain and rising river levels. Hundreds of homes have been affected; roads made for cars have become passageways for boats. Insurance costs keep soaring; more rain is being forecast...

Incidences like this are never fully anticipated. Some preparation was in place but it just was not adequate. Another £2bn has been promised. So much, too late (at least for the present crisis). We pray comfort for the affected communities.

Now, revival will have the same effect, especially if we are not ready for it. How well will the church cope with a mighty outpouring of righteousness? Will the move of the Spirit be a rain of blessing or judgement? All our hidden dirt will be uncovered by the flood and our weak infrastructures will be shaken by the glory. Now is the time to prepare ourselves. Committing our all after the outpouring will be too much, too late. Selah.


Monday, 23 July 2007

So close, so far?

Do you feel like you are so close to something you have been waiting for, yet it seems so far away? It seems like you are just about to attain and then there's a bit more stretching to do? My only advice to you, my friend, is this: KEEP ON HOLDING ON! You will certainly reap a harvest if you do not give in to quit-now temptation.


Saturday, 21 July 2007

Long time, no blog!

A dear sister sent me an email recently saying it had been a while since she received one from me. In that same week, someone else wrote to say she missed my articles. Needless to say, they both got me thinking.

There is power in the inspired word. You never know how much your 'few' words is blessing someone. Although it requires effort, the result of changed lives and perpectives is worthwhile. It is important to keep on doing those things that can add value to the lives of others. For me, it means 'Keep on writing'!

What does it mean to you?

Apologies, Lord, for not blogging as I should!


Friday, 6 July 2007

I'm lovin' it!

No, I've not been eating McDonalds lately. It's the word of God that has been sweet to my taste!

The effects of revelation are tremendous, not just to my spiritual taste buds, but also to my life's purpose and destiny. Everything evolves around the word of God; we all exist because of the word.

What the Holy Spirit expounded in my heart today has blessed the depths of my being. Its effects will last for a very long time. It will also produce much fruit for others to enjoy (presuming I am good soil for the seed of the word!).

Thank you Lord for revealing truth in me. Help me to be a doer of the word and a bearer of much fruit. Amen.


Wednesday, 4 July 2007

The Word

All things were created through the application of God's powerful word. He still works through His word today.

I was blessed by the a portion of Scripture today. I felt an immediate impact of the revelation the Spirit shared with me. I will continue to meditate on the word and allow it to take full control of my life and actions. This is the secret of glorious manifestations.

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, O Lord.


Tuesday, 3 July 2007

Help in time of need

There is help available from our High Priest, the Bishop of our soul. When we come to Him boldly and with expectation, He will not turn us back. Truth is, times of need are sometimes ever-present. So is our Helper - an ever-present Help in needy hours.

So, let's remain hopeful as we come to Him. There is nothing too hard that He cannot deal with. Absolutely nothing.


Sunday, 1 July 2007

Grace for the race

The 1st of July; the beginning of the second half of 2007; an opportunity to review and refire; a time to receive fresh grace for the race.

It is good to look back in order to look forward, but do not look back too long otherwise you will not make progress. God gives grace for moving onwards and not backwards. Refresh your goals and move on to the finish line.

Lord I receive grace for my race. Amen.


Tuesday, 26 June 2007

Preparation is key

Everything in our yesterday was preparation for our today. But, we probably were not aware of this truth or its far-reaching significance. If we were, we would have maximised our opportunities for learning and reacted differently to the situations we faced. Now, yesterday is gone and we are left with the fruit of our actions (and inaction).

Before regret and self-pity kicks in, understanding of this same principle can still work for us, because today is preparation for tomorrow. Everything happening to you now, with all the opportunities for learning and gaining wisdom, is preparation for your tomorrow. And you cannot say tomorrow that you were not aware of this principle yesterday!

Welcome every experience as God's way of growing and preparing you. Does not all things work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to His purpose? Everything is for a purpose; with God, nothing is coincidence.

Submit yourself, therefore, unto God and He will lift you up in due course (if you have taken time to prepare)...


Sunday, 24 June 2007

This one thing I ask

Most of the time, we have a long list of requests that we bring before God. We want this and then that, all of them at the same time. But there is a practice that may prove more efficient, the practice of "This one thing I ask."

There is power in prioritising and focusing. If out of the catalogue of requests, God opts to answer just one, which would you prefer it to be? Also, if after this is done, He chooses to grant another, do you have a preference? Not that God cannot do everything all at once; in practice, I think He deals with us step by step, one issue after the other. This is the secret of growth and order.

I have found that sometimes, the Spirit is trying to teach me one principle over a period of time. It has also been valuable to set my heart on what He is doing at the moment and make requests in that context. By doing this, I am certain of an answer that will glorify the Lord.

Remember, if you ask anything according to God's will, He will do it. Therefore, seek to know His will for every moment.

This one thing, O Lord, I ask and the same will I seek.


Thursday, 21 June 2007

Precious moments

We ought to be connected to God 24-7, but there are times within this time when our encounter of Him is unforgettable.

The Lord spoke a word in my heart recently that I am still unpacking. The word was precious, so precious. It can last me the rest of my life! How can I survive without precious moments with the Lord?

No one can.


Monday, 18 June 2007

Precious Love

Nothing can compare with the love of our Lord. It is never ending, always abiding. Even when we fall, His love lifts us up. He will never give up on us; let us not give up on ourselves.

Nothing can separate me from the love of God in Christ Jesus!


Saturday, 16 June 2007

Thank God for pepper soup! (2)

Sometimes life does get hot, very hot. It seems like we are passing through fire. We desperately look for alternative routes but the road sign says 'One way, No U-Turn'. The only way to go is forward. As difficult as this may be, the end of the road is joyous. In fact, the fire of affliction may be what we need to get to our next level.

God is committed to passing through with us. Fire, water, valleys, He is always there. The fire is not the destination. Refinement is. Weeping caused by the fire may endure through the night but the joy of refinement comes in the morning. Your morning will come! Your dawn is breaking! Just keep on going and... remember to thank God for pepper soup!

Lord, I choose to keep on going through all I have to go through in order to fully testify of your awesome power. Thank you for the tough times that is preparing me to help others in their tough times. I see my morning dawn! It will shine brighter and brighter till noonday!


Friday, 15 June 2007

Thank God for pepper soup!

For the last few days, I have been battling with flu, aches and general tiredness. I know at times like this, it is important to rest. Lying down for a nap is not unspiritual; it may be the necessary cure to exhaustion.

Last night, I had a very unspiritual remedy. The soup I was eating my pounded yam with was very hot! I mean, hot, hot! Halfway into the food, I noticed the top of my head was sweaty. As I touched it with the palm of my hands, it felt like I had just poured water on my head! Surely, the pepper soup was working!

Thank God for chilli pepper!


Tuesday, 12 June 2007

Just a line

I received an email from a dear sister this morning. She replied to a previous email I had sent, counselling her on a few issues. In her mail, she said something I had asked her got her thinking and praying. It had helped her to spend some quality time with God and fine-tune her vision for the future.

Curiously, I re-read the email I sent to her (it was below the one she sent) and realised I had asked a simple question in a single line sentence: What do you want to be doing in two to five years time? It was just a line but it had a great impact on her.

It is my passion to see people walk in purpose and destiny. I can spend all my time helping people find their place in God and in life. It strikes me to see the impact of a single line of writing in the life of a precious saint.

Father, use me for your glory; use everything you have given me to help others and to bring praise to your holy name. Amen.


Monday, 11 June 2007

Possibility thinking

Those who accomplish great things in life train themselves to be possibility thinkers. When everyone around them stand back and think, "That can't be done," they step up and ask, "How can this be done?" Enquiring how a thing can be accomplished already presupposes that it can be done and delivers an array of creative answers to the mind. This is how we must think to see the glory of God.

If we truly believe, we will be possibility thinkers. With God, nothing shall be impossible. Which means, when opportunity for greatness presents itself to us, we would not shrink back in fear, but embrace it and make the most of it. Being a possibility thinker prepares you to walk cooperatively with God, the greatest Possibility Thinker.

Lord, thank You for the privilege to be one with You in Christ. I choose to see things from Your divine persepective of possibility. I have the mind of Christ and can comprehend the things of the Spirit. Surely, You can do exceedingly, abundantly, far above all the positive things I can think or ask. To You be all the glory!


Saturday, 9 June 2007

Seeing the glory (3)

There is a seeing that strengthens believing. This is why Abraham had to lift up his eyes and count the stars. When he "saw" the stars, his mind captured the sight and translated it to his spirit as a preplay of the fulfilment of God's promise.

There is a principle here: if what you are looking at in the physical is creating an undesirable inner picture, change your gaze. Think only on those things that a pure and praiseworthy. What you see is what you get!

I am seeing the glory! I am seeing the word of God come to pass in my life! I am seeing a breakthrough on every side. To God be all the praise!


Friday, 8 June 2007

Seeing the glory (2)

I am excited about this crucial season! God is going to work wonders in the lives of those who dare to believe Him - believe all the way! This is a season of manifestation - physical, tangible manifestations of the promise of God.

If you believe, you will see the glory of God. Believe, my friend, only believe.


Wednesday, 6 June 2007

Seeing the glory

Blessed are those who believe even though they have not yet seen... These are the words of Christ, encouraging us to be people of faith. True faith does not need to see before it believes. True faith is activated by a word from God. If God says it, we have the premise to believe and keep on believing. He never lies. He can never fail.

This said, it is also important to see the fruit of belief. By faith we understand the worlds were created by a word. "Let there be... and there was." It is not enough, therefore, to just believe. After a while, we must see that which we believe. And this is also promised by God. If you believe you will see the glory of God. We are never called to believe in vain.

I believe we are entering a season of seeing; a time for the evidence of God's word. Endless believing without seeing, although not an impossibility, is not desirable. It can make the heart sick. And even when we have to believe even unto death, we can be of good cheer because the One in whom we are believing is the Resurrection and the Life. Anyone who believes in Him, even if he dies, will yet rise again. So, we win on every count!

Get ready to see the glory! God is dispatching His heavenly host to bring about a performance of His promises in our lives! Thank you Father! I am looking forward to seeing that which You promise me in Your word. All the glory to You, O Lord!


Sunday, 3 June 2007

God of peace

The God of heaven is the author of peace. Everything He does is characterised by the virtues of peace. Spiritual wellness, abundance and rest, these all flow from Him. The work of His hands declare His glory and reign. Wherever He rules, there you find peace.

I want the God of peace to be Lord over my life. May His dominion be over all the earth. Then wars will cease and oppression will vanish. God's peace will endure for endless day.

O Lord, let your peace take hold of my life and let it spread all over the earth. Amen.


Saturday, 2 June 2007

Peace of God

It passes all understanding. It keeps the heart and mind intact. It carries one through the rough seasons of life. It is the peace that only God can give.

The secret of peace is to banish anxiety from the heart. And the way to banish anxiety is to be thankful when making requests - and afterwards. Sincere thanks views a matter already taken care of; it acknowledges that God is in control. From this position, peace can reign.

Lord, I set my heart on You and thank You for all Your goodness. Thank you for hearing my prayers and leading me in the way everlasting. I receive Your peace and revel in Your joy. Be praised all the day long. Amen


Thursday, 31 May 2007

No shortcuts

There are no shortcuts to success. No easy routes to manifesting glory. If success and glory are desired destinations, then the necessary process to reaching them, which are sometimes long and tiring, should be welcome without any reservation. Why opt for quick processes that do not lead to glory or last the test of time?

When someone arrives on the scene with the favour and backing of God, it is not immediately obvious how much time and dedication was invested in the presence of God, in obedience, in learning, in growing. God does not perform microwave miracles; we have to take time to learn His principles.

A great destiny awaits anyone who determines to go all the way with God.

Father, the journey has been long, but I will yet keep on going. Around the bends and through the valleys - wherever You lead by Your Spirit. Renew my strength as I wait on You. Help me to walk and not grow weary; run and not grow faint. If I keep on going, I will get to the destination You have ordained for me. Thank You my Father. Thank You forevermore. Amen.


Tuesday, 29 May 2007


I am sitting here watching the swearing in of the new 'democratically elected' president on Nigeria, President Umaru Yaradua. While the election process was not perfect, the changeover is a reality today, the first time since 1960 when a civilian government will hand over to another civilian government. That in itself is an achievement.

As Yaradua makes his inaugural speech, I hear a lot of promises and vows being made. They sound great. My prayer is that the new government will live up to its profession. Words may come cheep, but it takes courage and character to stand on the professed word and fulfil one's oath.

My words, also, need to be precious and binding. Let your "yes" be yes and your "no" be no, is what the Bible teaches. Lord I receive grace to be more like you. Amen.


Monday, 28 May 2007

For the children

Early this bank holiday morning, my two children, one after the other, came to join my wife and I in our bed, squashing their way into the duvet. Yesterday, it was the same story. As I watched them, I began to think that no sacrifice is too much to give these growing souls a good foundation and a legacy of all-round success.

There is no point in 'making it' without 'making them.' The children should be one of the main motivations for all our efforts in life. Whoever else will partake of our grace, they must experience it first. What a responsibility. It transcends just putting food on the table and taking them to school. They have a purpose to fulfil in life and we can influence it for good (or worse) every moment of the day. Whoever does not care for them in this way is worse than an infidel. So says the Holy Writ.

Lord, I commit my children to you. Help me to be a good role model for them in every sense of the word. Amen


Friday, 25 May 2007

Committed to learning

We stop growing when we stop learning. We should all be full-time students of the subject called life, particularly our area of specialty called purpose and destiny. Increased knowledge means increased value. Our value, therefore, cannot exceed our cumulative learning.

Why must I commit myself to learning? Because I have committed myself to purpose. I have committed my life to being a blessing to my generation. I can only bless my world with what I carry on the inside, so the more I add to what I carry, the more I grow in the understanding of what I carry; the more I can affect another's life.

I carry God on the inside. I also have the Holy Spirit, my Teacher. He is always trying to teach me more about what I have. I must, therefore, always be teachable...

I am committed to learning thy precepts, O God!


Wednesday, 23 May 2007

I belong to Jesus!

I confess I have become a little bit of a football fan in the last few years. It wasn't my team, Arsenal, playing the Champions League final tonight, but Liverpool, squaring up again AC Milan. Sadly, Liverpool lost...

Now, why post a blog after this unfortunate event? Well, I caught a glimpse of one of the AC Milan players, a Brazillian by the name Kaka (a very good footballer I must add), swinging his shirt in the air and revealing his underwear, which had written on it "I belong to Jesus." This silent witness would have been seen by millions around the world.

Success and excellence gives opportunities for touching more lives than would have been possible otherwise. People are drawn to success and repelled by mediocrity. Anyone diligent in business will stand before kings and not just mere men. This is another way of understanding the words of Christ: "Let your light so shine that men might see and glorify your father in heaven."

Yes Lord! I want my light to shine for your glory! I want to press towards excellence. Help me Lord! Amen.


Following God (3)

Why does God take us through long, winding paths? Surely, there are 'shorter' routes to our Promised Land? This is how we think many times, indirectly implying that God is 'slow' or that there errors in His judgements. But is this really so?

The path that we think is 'quicker' may not lead to His destination for our lives. Such 'quick' routes offer little eternal lessons, leaving us lean in our souls and void of wisdom. What will we pass on to others if we have not learnt anything ourselves?

Also, 'quicker' does not necessarily mean 'better' (it will usually end up being longer anyway). Only in retrospect do we come to respect God's ability to see the end from the beginning. He is not slow concerning His promise; He is, rather, always on time.

All things work together for the good of those who choose to follow God. You may not know the routes He will take you through, but you can surely trust the One who is leading the way. Therefore, follow Him closely, wherever He leads. You will be better equipped for purpose if you follow God's path.

Lord, I will follow you wherever you lead.


Tuesday, 22 May 2007

Following God (2)

If only we allow God to lead the way! No wonder why we're told not to lean on our own understanding. The problem most of the time is that our agenda clashes with God's. We want one thing, God wants another. We want to do things this way, He wants to do it that way. The Spirit and the flesh are constantly battling.

I must come to that place of complete surrender. For one, I don't have an agenda to pursue (should not have). It is God's will done in God's way, accomplishing God's results for God's glory. Why struggle with my Maker? Do I know more than He does? The secret of rest and peace is acknowledging God as Leader and following His lead. This is why the Holy Spirit dwells in us. This is the secret of exploits.

Father, I completely yield myself to Your will and Your way. No more struggle! I choose faith over doubt. I choose obedience over rebellion. I choose the Kingdom over my ambitions. I choose You and You alone. Amen.


Monday, 21 May 2007

Following God

There is nothing like knowing that God is leading the way to the fulfilment of purpose and destiny. We cannot make assumptions about this and be guaranteed arrival at our destination. We must know that we know that we know that He is directing our paths. "My sheep know my voice," Jesus said. With such a knowledge, it is easier to exercise and release faith for exploits.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding, in all your ways acknowledge the Lord and He shall will direct your path. The steps of the righteous are ordered by the Lord. It is not given to man to order His steps.

Father, you are my Guide. Your are the One I choose to follow. Teach me the way to go. Lead me on the way everlasting. By Your leading, I will walk gloriously in the earth. Thank You for Your commitment to walking with and before me. Amen.


Sunday, 20 May 2007

Be Strong! (2)

This admonition is important because our natural tendency is to gravitate towards weakness. It takes conscious effort to move in the direction of strength. Again, without any deliberate upward force, it is natural for things to be pulled downward. So, "be strong" is a wake-up call that keeps us vigilant against the forces of weakness.

We are called to do exploits, but we need to walk in the knowledge of God and be strong in Him. God will give grace, but we need to be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. This is a daily commitment and not a one-time accomplishment.

Be strong! Only the strong overcome adversity and break through barriers. Be strong! Do all you need to do to walk in the might of the Lord. Pray, fast, study, work on yourself. After all has been done, stand in the strength of the Almighty!

Thank you for your strength O Lord!


Saturday, 19 May 2007

Making a difference

There are always opportunities for us to make a difference in another's life, an eternal difference in the kingdom of God. This is why we were created. This is why we are here.

I want everything I do to make a difference.
I want everything I say to make a difference.
I want everywhere I go to experience the difference I am created to make.

For this purpose I will prepare myself continually for opportunity. I will not be taken unawares. Lord prepare me, a sanctuary, pure and holy, tried and true. Amen.


Friday, 18 May 2007

Be Strong!

I hear the voice of the Spirit loud and clear: Be Strong in the Lord and in the power of His might! It is not the time to play dead. The Great Warrior lives in us. So, as good soldiers, may we put on the strength of the Lord and stand up strong for the kingdom.

This is the call of the moment. God will show Himself strong on behalf of those who decide to stand in faith for Him. Arise, shine! The light of God's glory is here. Let him that has a purpose in God hear what the Lord is saying.


Wednesday, 16 May 2007

In a flash!

It does not take God any time at all to turn a life around. A moment is too long. One of the greatest miracles of all eternity will happen in a twinkle of an eye. Imagine all the dead in Christ putting on immortality in that length of time!

So, God can do anything, anytime, to anyone. He can turn mourning into dancing. He can turn back the captivity of Zion. I cannot, then, afford to stop believing and expecting. He will do exceedingly, abundantly more than I can ask or think - and He will do it in a flash!


Tuesday, 15 May 2007

Only one life

We've been given the precious gift of life, but it can only be lived and invested once. I therefore ask myself: What do I want to be remembered for? Big question, requiring a clear and sincere answer. I've been thinking on this for a while. I am close to an answer, I think.

Whatever the case, I've got only one life to make a difference. Only one life to live for a purpose. I cannot afford to waste it or squander it on the mundane. Only one life to invest in the kingdom of God.

O God, may it count for eternity. In Jesus' name. Amen.


Sunday, 13 May 2007

A prayer for Madeleine

Why would someone abduct a child so young, any child for that matter? What are they trying to achieve? How cruel. How wicked! Our world needs the righteousness of God. We need a revival of God's glory!

Father, you are all-seeing and all-knowing. Madeleine's where about is not a mystery to you. I ask for a miracle of your grace. Let the young girl be found and restored to her family. Watch over her, I pray. Intervene. Let it not end in permanent pain.

I ask for mercy in the name of Jesus. Help everyone who is actively looking for Madeleine. Give them the vital clues they need. Do that which you alone can do. Amen.


Friday, 11 May 2007

An extra mile

Those who succeed and excel in this life choose to do a bit more than their best. Not only do they exceed average expectations, they put in that little extra effort when everyone else has long given up. Extraordinary exploits require the extra effort.

To stand before kings, one needs extra diligence in business. Promotion does not just happen; it requires adequate preparation. And adequate preparation requires a commitment to go an extra mile. Am I ready for this?

A lot hinges on the fulfilment of my purpose. I choose, therefore, to press on, press upwards, press towards the mark, press beyond average. Press, press, press an extra mile. Lord I receive grace for the extra mile.


Thursday, 10 May 2007

Lord, you know me inside out

What do I have to hide from you, dear Lord? From whence can I go from your presence? You know me inside out, you know me too well. My thoughts, even from afar, are known to you. My silent meditations sound clearly in your ears. Lord you know me, I need not shy away. So, I come to you just as I am.

I come boldly, as a child of the King.
I come repentantly, as one who needs mercy.
I come expectantly, requiring your favour.
I come to you, my one and only.

Even through the valleys of life, the dark moments that seek to overshadow the reality of grace, I choose to believe. You give hope in times of uncertainty. Your faithfulness reaches to the skies. O Lord, unto you I surrender. Have your way in me and through. Amen.


Tuesday, 8 May 2007

The Greatest Well-digger in the World: (Feedback)

Do you have a comment to make after reading The Greatest Well-digger in the World? The feedback I have been receiving so far has been encouraging and varied. Many have been blessed. There's also been some helpful critique that will make future editions better.

If you enjoyed the book and understood its message, please write your comments on this page. Thanks.


Sunday, 6 May 2007

Fine-tuning focus

The month of May for us at His Kingdom Outreach is a month of vision. We are fine-tuning our focus on the goals God has set for us and taking strides towards their accomplishment.

Without clear vision, people lose concentration. When we lose sight of what God is saying to us, distraction is enitable. The need is, therefore, urgent. I must fine-tune my vision in the presence of the Lord.


Thursday, 3 May 2007

No going back!

Just been back from a 2-day retreat, and still recovering from a bit of hay fever, blocked nose etc. Well, in spite of at that, I am bent on pressing on towards the high call. There is no looking back talk less of going back!

It's good to go away sometimes. Clear the head. Wait on God. On return, new strength builds for the next lap of the race. On returning, I've been able to get on with a publishing task I've been putting off for a while...

So, no going back boy! Fix your eyes as a flint and press on to the next level.

I will Lord!


Sunday, 29 April 2007


Red, hot passion! The Lord requires nothing less from me. Without holy zeal, nothing can be accomplished in and for the kingdom. Turn it up Lord! I am ready to burn!


Saturday, 28 April 2007


A race has been set before me. I am determined to finish - and finish well.
A task has been set before me. I am determined to finish - and finish well.
An assignment has been given to me. I am determined to finish - and finish well.
A mandate has been entrusted to me. I am determined to finish - and finish well...

So help me God.


Friday, 27 April 2007

I can trust You, Lord

It does not matter how hard the situations around me, I can trust in You.

No matter the darkness in the valleys of life, I can trust in You.

When things don't seem to go according to plan, I can still trust You.

You are always in control, especially when we lose control.
You are always on time, especially when we are out of sync.
You are always full of wisdom, when we run out of ideas.

I can trust You, Lord, to see me through.


Thursday, 26 April 2007

The value of work

We were created to be productive. When our potential is engaged in fruitful endeavour, we feel fulfilled. When they lie fallow and unused, we feel frustrated. I learnt this in a new way today.

I did not have any defined goals or tasks to accomplish at work yesterday. It was not an enjoyable day. In contrast, I was given a whole load of data to work through today, with clear assignments and targets. It was a good day without the headache I was having yesterday.

The body reacts negatively to idleness. We function optimally when we are creative and stimulated to productivity. This experience inspired me to commit myself to productive engagement in work. I am created to create. Thank you Lord.


Wednesday, 25 April 2007

The way of escape

Sometimes, the things that beset us are overwhelming. Trying times that offer no hope of recovery. Everywhere you turn, the verdict is the same: no way through. However, God said He will show us the way of escape.

In our desperation and seasons of weeping, it is easy to miss the way of escape. The eyes have to be clear to see and the mind clear to navigate. Not that easy when feelings of despondency are so crushing. What can you do when you do not know what to do?

First, do not give up completely. Still believe, as Job did, that there is life after the worst of adversity (Job 14:14; 19;24,25).

Second, maintain the integrity of God and His word. If He said there's a way out, then expect a way, no matter how long you have to wait.

Third, take a break and restrategise. Those who take a break with the Lord will renew their strength.

Fourth, be prepared to fight your way through. Even after the Lord shows you the way, the enemy may still want to hinder your progress.

There is wisdom available for those who seek. Lord show me the way through and I will live.


Tuesday, 24 April 2007

The pursuit of happyness

I was deeply touched after watching the story of Chris Gardner, acted by Will Smith and his son Jader (The Pursuit of Happyness). My wife and I then watched it together and she was equally touched. Why were we so moved? Well, not only was the film well-produced, everyone can gain inspiration from a determined and successful pursuit of a well-defined dream. "Happyness" is the dream of the whole of humanity (if only we would know the Source of True Joy!).

Even entire nations are in pursuit of happiness and prosperity. The nation of Nigeria just concluded their presidential elections and for many, there is still a way to go before achieving the dream of national happiness. The journey towards attainment is more important than the attainment itself - which is why we cannot give up pursuit.

I confess that my eyes were teary after watching "The Attainment." When you look back, every sacrifice will prove worthwhile. God gives grace to those who are determined to run the race. Lord I receive!


Monday, 23 April 2007

Internal Warfare, External Victory

The battles of life are hottest in the mind. Until we win on the inside, victory will not be a reality on the outside. It does not matter the amount of struggles we face, if we remain intact within, we will ultimately overcome.

We are hard pressed on every side, but not destroyed. This means, as situations mount up around us, we would still stand strong if we are not destroyed within. The moment we quit in our minds, the body will find it difficult to carry on the fight, talk less of claim victory.

Father, I refuse to give up and quit. I will fight the good fight of faith unto the end. Amen.


Sunday, 22 April 2007

Circumcision of the heart

Just came back from church, where I preached on Crucified With Christ. We have been looking at circumcision for a while, a necessary step for entering into God's fullness. Death has to work in us for God's life to flow through us, and there is no other way round this level of sacrifice.

There are alternative "gospels" out there, but God only approves of the message of the cross. Not just the cross that Christ died upon, but the one we need to carry daily. "I die daily" is the true confession of someone who has chosen God's away above man's.

Thank God for the word that is able to give us an inheritance amongst the saints. May the Spirit of truth continue to guide us into all that the Father has for us. The truth that we know in our experience will surely bring us freedom and authority. May your word change our hearts for good and forever. Amen.


Saturday, 21 April 2007


I came back home from a one-week trip away from home and had the joy of seeing my family again. Although the journey home was tiring and I was quite discomforted, the thought of seeing everyone again kept me going.

My dear wife opened the door and her face said it all. My daughter came screeming as she heard my voice! My son was asleep. Thank God for family. This is (should be) the place of intimacy and joy.

Father thank you for family. I pray for restoration in families around the world. May homes be the joyous place you created them to be. Amen.


Thursday, 19 April 2007

Looking back, looking forward

Friends. I look back and thank God for the friends I have had over the years. God-given friends. This week has been a time of reflection after the privilege of spending time with friends, some of many years.

What touches me most is to witness how God has been dealing with each one, leading them step by step into purpose and destiny. Nothing just happens. Every manifestation of success has a history of dealings.

I now look forward to the things God will be doing through my dear friends, people God has raised for unique assignments. Not only will I be glad to be associated with them, God will also be praised for the exploits they will accomplish in the kingdom.

Thank you Father for the impact of my friends in my life, and the contributions I have made in theirs. Watch over them I pray. May we all bring glory to your name in our generation. Amen.


Thursday, 12 April 2007

God can use anyone

What does God require of us before He uses us? You may think up a long list of requirements for sacred service, but all He requires is availability.

We are quick to disqualify ourselves because of our perceived inabilities, but God uses the foolish things of this world to confound the wise; the weak to overturn the strong. So, God can use you in spite of you. That takes the pressure off!

I surrender my life to you, dear Lord. If you can use anything, then use me. If there is anything you can do with this 'nothing', then by Your Spirit, do something that no one else can do; something that I cannot do by myself - use me for your glory. Amen.


Wednesday, 11 April 2007

For better, for worse

I recall the words of the marriage covenant this morning. A man pledges to his bride to love her no matter what condition they pass through. The woman does the same, committing herself to love "in sickness and in health, for better for worse." Some have said these statements should not be included in the marriage vows because they are 'negative.' I don't have a problem with them because they reflect an understanding that true covenant is unconditional commitment.

God did not promise us a life without tribulation. What He promised us is victory at every turn. Each battle has something to teach us; each victory brings glory to God in a new way. So, whatever the conditions of our lives, we can commit to God and be sure that He is committed to us. Paul said he learnt how to abound and be abased (Phil 4:12). He concluded that nothing can separate him from the love of Christ (Romans 8:35-39). This is covenant - "for better, for worse."

In just over 24 hours time, I shall be in the plane again. But I'm having to use Benylin for Flu to overcome a bit of aches and fever in my body. I'm having to trust God for the family's daily bread. In spite of these, my pledge of commitment is not waning. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.


Tuesday, 10 April 2007

Catching up!

There's so much to catch up on after weeks of a dead internet connection and days of being out of the country! Did I miss blogging? Yes!...

Thanks to God, anyway, for all that has transpired. What is foremost on my mind at the moment is preparations for another travel in 2 days. I have not had time to rest, it seems. Catching up with the children has been priority, and with my Mrs. of course. We spent the day together yesterday, which was very good (and we'll spend a bit more tomorrow). It's really not easy to leave family two times in a row, and just a few days after each other...

But God gives grace. He helps us through moments like these...

I've been able to catch up with my loved ones, and hopefully, will do the same with my blogs. The journey continues!


Wednesday, 4 April 2007

In the air!

Not quite yet. In a few minutes time, I'll be airborne to Kiev. God Embassy is 13 and Pastor Sunday is 40! Exciting!

Now, there's a lot to look forward to in this trip. A lot will be said when I come back (hope I'll be able to post a blog or two in Kiev)....

Racing against time in Gatwick airport... Lee's counting down the minutes beside me... fun! (good to have learnt touch typing).

Lord, make this trip special. I am looking up to you... Love ya!


Monday, 2 April 2007

Crying stones

The Greatest Well-digger in the World was dedicated last Saturday. The presence of God was amongst us and much happened that will, I believe, impact our land for good. I spoke a word from Luke 19, concerning the events surrounding Christ's entry into Jerusalem. The disciples welcomed Christ with jubilation and loud praise but the Pharisees asked Jesus to rebuke them. He didn't. Instead He said the stones will rise up in their place if they keep silent.

I have been thinking since then. In many ways, I feel like a stone crying out, a stone that has been given a voice for such a time as this. The things that God is asking to be done, I feel, has been demanded of many before now. I now have to step into an arena that others have refused to step into; I have to take up a mantle that others have rejected. This is humbling and sacred.

I am aware too, that as a stone, if I refuse to cry out, there are other stones waiting in line to do what I am now being asked to do. Lord help me! I surrender to you and will do anything you ask me to do. Only be glorified, I pray. Amen.


Friday, 30 March 2007

I should sleep tonight!

I am remembering the day before the last Publishing Seminar I hosted (February 10). The excitement, expectation and preparations where so much I found it difficult to sleep. Must have slept around 3.30am! Well another event has dawned, the release of The Greatest Well-digger in the World, and I am planning to sleep tonight!

Of course, I am equally excited and expectant, and there are still preparations to make before the programme tomorrow. However, most of what needs to be done is in place. Early preparation in any venture means less stress and, yes, more time for a good sleep!

The Lord will glorify Himself tomorrow. The day is dedicated to Him, to His praise and to His kingdom. May London enter into the rest that has been promised to the faithful. Amen and amen! Father, be exalted.


Thursday, 29 March 2007

Patience is a key

I told my wife in the car this morning, "We need to be patient at this time of birthing, patient with ourselves." I was really talking to myself, and to her of course.

When there are many ideas flowing and opportunities staring, patience is required for possessing the promise. Patience is needed when developing systems. Patience is needed when emotions are running high. It is so easy to take your eye off the goal when overwhelmed by the laborious process that will, eventually, ensure the goal. Patience is the key to possession and accomplishment.

So, continue to do what you are doing, making improvement along the way; be objective enough to receive wise counsel and make productive evaluations; understand that the investment of time at the system-building stage is more important than the results you seek; be a follower of those who through faith and patience inherited the promise... (I am speaking to myself again)... Patience is a key to exploits in the kingdom...


Tuesday, 27 March 2007

My new book arrived this morning!

Praise the God of heaven, the giver of life and inspiration! My new book, The Greatest Well-digger in the World arrived this morning. It looks beautiful! Really, it does. Even after ten books, you still chuckle inside when a new one is released.

The Greatest Well-digger in the world is actually a new turn for me in many ways. Its style is different. Pastor Hugh Osgood, commenting on the style, wrote the following:

The ability to write effectively in different styles is the mark of a good author.

Now, this humbles me. I thank God who challenged my writing comfort zone.

Also, the kingdom message of The Greatest Well-digger in the World is spot on. The Lord will use it to touch many, many lives. When we prayed at home this morning, my wife saw a picture of many hands grabbing copies. May the Lord's will be done and all the praise be to Him. I am now looking forward to Saturday (March 31) for the release. That will be some evening!


Oh, my broadband!

I have not been able to post my blogs for the last few days because my broadband connection at home has been down (in the process of changing suppliers). This has demonstrated to me how much the super highway has become a part of our lives in the 21st century. Even my children miss it because they are super-surfers (with necessary supervision of course!).

The truth is, once you've tasted broadband, you cannot imagine going back to dial-up connection. I do not like slow computers! I'll rather not connect at all, than wait for a dialing tone and a squeaky modem. Sorry, broadband please!

This actually mirrors our relationship with God. How many believers are still waiting for a 64 kps connection to heaven when they can be online all the time at amazing speed, with unlimited upload and download of request and revelation? Having tasted spiritual broadband, it is better to remain disconnected (cold), than get stuck in the slow-track lukewarmness of religiosity. Even Jesus prefers 'broadband' - super hot, kingdom-minded Christianity! I thank God there is no need for me to change suppliers. The Holy Spirit connection is the best in the world!


Friday, 23 March 2007

I am excited!

I am very excited! Something is looming in the horizon! Something big and awesome! It cannot be quantified or fully described, but the manifestations of the kingdom that are beginning to gain momentum is beyond our comprehension!

I must get ready for what is coming. We must all get ready. The level of our readiness will determine the extent of our participation in what God has ordained. Even then, I am still very excited! You will be surprised how much preparation the Lord has already accomplished in you - if you've been faithful and obedient.

So, let the excitement continue to build! Like Jesus said, there are some alive in the earth today who will not taste death before they enter into the fulness of the Kingdom (see Luke 9:27).


Wednesday, 21 March 2007

Too close to the edge

Something has been bugging me recently, since witnessing how a loved one respond to what you will call a disappointing situation. I understand that disappointments can really be discouraging. Deffered hope and dashed expectations demoralise the strongest of us. This I can understand. Really can.

However, it concerns me that believers are living too close to the edge of unbelief. We have an "inch" of our roots into faith and ten "inches" into doubt. We acknowledge a bit of God to make us "Christian", especially when things are rosy, but acknowledge so much of our circumstances when things are not that rosy - and look like infidels in the process. It really burdens me. Oh God, save this generation of believers!

I will rather be rooted and grounded so deep in God that no wind of adversity can uproot me. Like Paul, I want to be able to say "What can separate me from the love of Christ?" Nothing, absolutely nothing! (And when I say that, I want to mean it because it is true). Help us Lord Jesus!


Monday, 19 March 2007

Thank you Lord for ONE MORE DAY!

I woke up this morning with a new song in my spirit, which I sang all morning. When I went to pick up my neighbour's child to school, he said, 'Here's someone who's had a nice time in God's presence this morning!' The truth was, I having a nice time with God even as I sang in his house!

The simple song was Thank You Lord for one more day! Each day should be a celebration of the breath of life - God's life - in us. Each day is an opportunity to experience the goodness of God's grace. Each day is loaded with favour from heaven. Each day is ordained for us to manifest the glory of the Kingdom and testify to people around us that Jesus reigns!

Thank you Lord for one more day!
Thank you for the gift of life!
Thank you for watching over me!
Thank you for your words to me!
I will never be the same today as I was yesterday!
Thank you Lord for one more day!


Sunday, 18 March 2007

This is the DAY the Lord has made!

Praise the Lord from whom all blessings flow! The era of the kingdom of God is NOW here! The day of revival has come! Those who are passionate about the King and His kingdom will enter into this season of glory and spread revival fire everywhere. Revival is not just something we pray to happen; we make it happen through understanding and commitment.

The meetings at RCCG Tottenham confirm this to me afresh. Seeds of revival have been sown and they shall produce a bountiful harvest to the glory of God. This gladdens my heart; it fills me with rejoicing.

Lord, I will go wherever You send me and walk the path set before me. As long as You are with me making a way, I shall fear nothing whatsoever. You have made THIS DAY and prepared THIS HOUR for awesome glory. May your people enter into the fullness of your power, for this is Your day to rule through Your anointed ones. It does not matter the state of affairs in the world; You will rule in the midst of the affairs of nations. Your kingdom has come to London; Your will shall be done in the earth!


Saturday, 17 March 2007

Church in transition

This morning, as I prepare to go to RCCG Tottenham for a 5-hour session on the kingdom, I consider it a privilege from the Lord to have been called upon for this assignment. Last weekend was great and full of purpose; today shall be greater in Jesus' name. God will be present in power and will glorify Himself.

The situation, really, is of a church in transition. Indeed, the entire Church in the UK and globally is in transition. May the Lord raise more servants of His who will help the Body move into the fullness of Kingdom life. This is where we are and where we are going. If we do not step up now, we would have to play catch up later. I do not want to play catch up after the glory cloud has moved on to higher dimensions!

We are a Church in transition; may we keep in step with the Spirit and shine the light of God's glory in all the earth.


Friday, 16 March 2007

I rebel!

Alright, the word rebel has a negative connotation, but I have every right to rebel against everything negative! I refuse to be confined by my natural disposition. I choose to identify fully with my heavenly position in Christ.

I rebel against sickness and disease!
I rebel against lack and insufficiency!
I rebel against worldliness and flesh!
I rebel against confusion and sorrow!
I rebel against pain and destruction!
I rebel against breakdown and stagnation!
I rebel against religion!
I rebel against purposeless Christianity!
I rebel, I rebel, I rebel!

I am determined to enter into and abide always in the fulness of God's kingdom in all its manifold expressions and glorious manifestations. I am equipped by God to rebel against anything and everything that stands against the knowledge of Christ.

I rebel! That's how I read 2 Corinthians 10:3,4.


Thursday, 15 March 2007

Priceless Peace! Overflowing Joy!

I learnt an important truth yesterday, one that I'd been aware of for years. (Sometimes, we need to re-experience truths we have once comprehended).

In the evening, my heart was contemplating a matter. I was attempting to plan for an event. Somehow, things were not just coming together in my spirit. The excitement was there but it was not bubbling over. I was gearing myself to grind through, until... the Lord spoke!

Wow! That was it! Even though I was aware of the heart and timing of God for the issue before the word came, the timely Rhema broke the 'ice' and changed the atmosphere of my spirit. Peace returned! Joy spilled over! The anointing started to build from within! And that was just the beginning! Since yesterday, so much detail about the will and purpose of God has been communicated to me. I am now full of conviction about what God is saying and desiring. (I can't wait to begin sharing this!!!).

It started with a word - a simple word of instruction. Oh that we would all hear God's voice again, and again. The peace it brings is priceless; the joy abundant!


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