Battery recharged

Today it’s been one full day of pressing on in faith. Service just ended and I honestly feel so encouraged and energized.

I have the God kind of faith. I have faith like God so I declare and I see it. I’m rearranging things in the spirit. I’m wondering why people even consider missing midweek service. There shouldn’t be anything strong enough to take you from God’s presence. Nothing!!!

You should fight to be like David and say

you should be excited to be in God’s house and among God’s people. In fact you should crave it. Have you ever seen a pregnant woman craving something? I still remember when my eldest sister was pregnant and she was craving lobsters. It was funny because she was living in kaduna – water de there? Secondly this craving started late in the night when shops were closing down but she really wanted lobster and she wasn’t settling for shrimp, prawn or crab. Her husband kept driving around to find that lobster.

We should be like that about the things of God. We shouldn’t even entertain not being among God’s people. It shouldn’t even be a thought. I’m telling you. The way I’m feeling now like a fully charged battery

Β Can only happen in atmosphere of worship and the word.

That’s what being in the midst of God’s people does for you. You encounter God.

That’s why I keep inviting you for WWW2016

Your life can NEVER remain the same. You grow stronger. God becomes more real. You find encouragement and possibly a testimony too.

Today I’m thankful for one of my major testimonies David Ifechukwukukome Okonkwo. My miracle baby. My only son. My baby. My last born. I’m thankful for the blessing and privilege that God gifted me of being his mother, his caregiver, his spiritual guide, his first love (hahahaha let me claim it now before the girl comes)

Today he’s 10 months old. Seems just like yesterday that God blessed me with this wonderful gift. Every day I love him more.

His smile. His cuteness. His big beautiful eyes. His warmth and love for people. Can a child be any cuter?


Thank you mister grey @avrgrey for catching this precious moment.

Okay guys. Let’s catch up tomorrow.

Love you.


His car seat was right beside me and I only took him out for a few minutes Β Please keep your baby in a car seat always #safetyfirst

7 thoughts on “Battery recharged

  1. My little prince charming, my look alike, little king david, 10 months already and soon, very soon he will say mum meet the boo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚, don’t worry you definitely loved him first, he will also remember he got all this cuteness from me 😝😝😝 , thankful for him. Ahh midweek service and time spent in His presence, its like coming up for air after being under water for a while… Its necessary and the feeling is beautiful…

  2. Yea!!! Battery fully charged… Am sooooo excited like i cant wait!!! but i will wait oooo hmmm. And our prince is really a charmer so adorably… love you darling.

  3. Fully charged. Full courage. super excited God is my father.oh! What Joy that fills my heart.
    That message was for me yesterday i felt refreshed and supernatural confirmation.I always have this believe and confidence in my heart that whenever am in the presence of God, God always has something for and i can never leave the same way i came.

    Thanks ma’am

  4. Lol @ “let me claim it first before the girl comes.” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Finally sha, when God does something, it’s always Overdo!!! As in, see David naa – exceeding abundant cuteness, baby model, always representing with that signature smile and warm look that makes one melt everytime. Anyways, Bible don talk am sef; particularly love the way God’s Word Translation puts it – “He had a healthy complexion, attractive eyes and a handsome appearance.” πŸ˜˜πŸ˜πŸ˜„
    Even Rev. Laurie & FEB Idahosa’s blessings; those boys can make a lady drool #Chai…!!! #DatzAll 😘😘😘

    For me today, I’m thankful that I belong to the giving God, not those ones who demand sacrifices of their subjects as a prerequisite to supposed blessings. My God ehn, He gives liberally; seed to the sower and bread to the eater. #MyThanksgivingDiary

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