The Word of God is quick, powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword you can imagine or think of in this world. It is powerful both in the natural and in the supernatural, it changes anything and any situation(Hebrews 4:12). God and the Word are inseparable, everything was created by the Word(John 1:1).

The entrance of the Word brings light and understanding into any man and leads to a victorious life(Psalm 119:130).


Take it to God

Issues will come up in life whether by choice or otherwise. These are common problems or peculiar problems that happen to normal people living normal lives. Examples of these include job loss, financial crises, health challenges, unsettled relationships, loss of all forms, peer pressure, self-esteem, and parenting, among others. These are the struggles of life and life crises; they can be summarized as the bad and ugly things of life.

Where do you run to? When you have problems, where do you go? When there are challenges, whom do you consult? When things are not working, who do you listen to? When it seems the whole world is crashing on you, where do you turn to? When you do not know what to do, what do you do? Above all, when there are issues in life, what is your reaction?

People’s reactions always come in different forms: crying, looking helpless, accepting defeat, committing suicide, taking to drugs, looking for help, asking, and questioning God, among others. Committing suicide should never be an option because you do not own your life. This is solving temporary problems with permanent damages; it is the way of the cowards. Are you looking for help anywhere or in the right direction? There are bits of help that will leave you worse than you can ever imagine. Asking God has always been the least considered and last option for most challenged people. The possibility that you will be issue-free or trouble-free is very slim and not a guarantee. Satan was cast down to the earth, together with his angels and their troubles.



I’m Healed 

​We are about to have an encounter with Jesus Christ, the greatest healer. With the help of the Holy Spirit, I will be unveiling one of the mysteries of the Kingdom. You must remember that Jesus Christ said that the Kingdom is full of mysteries, but the understanding belongs to the redeemed.         

He answered and said unto them, Because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them, it is not given. (Matthew 13:11 KJV)

Jesus Christ paid the price not only for your salvation but for a sickness-free or disease-free life.        

At the beginning of life, God looked at all that He created and confirmed them to be good. There was no provision for healing at the beginning, particularly in the Garden of Eden, because disease and sickness were not part of the creatures. Everything God created was good with no imperfection, man at the beginning, a whole being full of life.

The fall of man was the beginning of his travail. His dominion was taken and replaced with fear, health replaced with sickness and disease, abundance with lack, among others.