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Love in deeds too.



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By Jane Miebi Igali.

It is a new opportunity to be our anointed selves and do good to all men, as an act of spreading the Good news. Last week I went to buy a phone in a shopping complex, I have just enough money to get a cheap phone that I can also Whatsapp with. My budget for a phone that could do this and more was #19,000.

On the staircase , I met a young man who looked as though he had a fever as he was shivering seriously and breaking a sweat. At first I walked pass him, but as I made another move to go into the shopping complex, I heard a strong voice inside of me, prompting me to speak to him.

I then went back to talk with him, but as I tried to start a conversation, I noticed  he was too sick to talk much. His eyes were also red and watery. I knew I had to help him and help him fast. I called a taxi,  and when the taxi arrived,  the taxi driver and I helped him into the car. We then took him to a care place, got drugs for him and paid his bills. At the end I spent about #5,000 and I was left with #14,000 for my mobile phone, and had to go back to the phone shop, to get a phone of #14,000.


On our way back to the shop, he asked me why I helped him. I told him it is because of who I have in my heart. He said he was a Muslim. I told him I was born again. He was shocked but very receptive and eager to listen to me. He asked for my phone number. I then wrote it down in a copy of my daily devotional and gave it to him.

He told me he will read it. I didn’t ask him to receive Jesus immediately. I listened to my spirit for more instructions and followed. But his conviction has been initiated. I never spoke to my taxi man, but when he was dropping me off, he told me he was going to get serious with Jesus and with loving people.

This is how we preach the gospel through good works. This week, be the church. Never be part of those that go about talking about what the church has refused to do. You are the body of Christ. Do all that you expect from your church and leaders.

Love the brethren. Love strangers. Love the Lord. Be instant in season . Don’t let any opportunity pass without preaching. We are wise Believers. A generation of Believers that live to Love unconditionally, live to preach the Gospel shamelessly and live for our Father’s Glory intentionally.

Yes. We are the body Of Christ. We are His hands that reach out to the lost. You were in church today. Be the church throughout this week. Labour in Love. Don’t let the love that’s being shed abroad in your heart lie dormant in there. Live the love life. Don’t allow people question the church in your generation!

I love you. God Bless your Week.

 Jane Miebi Igali is the  coordinator of the Wise Believers Network, an interdenominational soul winners’ network that uses practical demonstration of the love of the Master to preach the Gospel. She lives and works as a medical doctor in the city of Abuja, Nigeria.

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The W Factor




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By Ovundah Nyeche.

Today Church, ‘The Wisdom Place’, was interesting and our Pastor Osiri Wisdom spoke about “5 ways to get wisdom” and the message was hinged on the young Jesus’ encounter with the religious teachers when his parents took him for the Passover festival in Jerusalem.

These were some of the things I wrote down in my jotter.

Jesus grew in wisdom and in stature and in favor with God and all the people.
Luke 2:52 NLT

As you grow in stature, you ought to also grow in wisdom.

So how do we grow in wisdom.

Three days later they finally discovered him in the Temple, sitting among the religious teachers, listening to them and asking questions.All who heard him were amazed at his understanding and his answers.
Luke 2:46 – 47 NLT

1) Sitting: Where are you sitting? Who are you sitting with? Where you sit, is where you absorb wisdom. Jesus sat with the teachers of the law; if you are going somewhere you need to sit with those going where you are going and those already where you are headed to.

As this year has started, you need to do an audit of where you have been sitting.

On week to week where do you sit? As you do your hair in the salon, go to relax, hang around people, where do you sit?

Blessed is the man Who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, Nor stands in the path of sinners, Nor sits in the seat of the scornful;
Psalms 1:1 NKJV

2) Listening: The person you sit with and listen to will affect your direction. What are you listening to? Who are you listening to? In your gadgets what do you watch more? In those places you sit out, what is being discussed? What enters your ear consistently?

Even faith comes by hearing…what do you fill your ears with? In this year, chose to listen to wholesome things and stuff that will move you in the direction you wish to go to.

3) Ask questions: Ask questions for clarification, ask questions so that you can know. The kind of questions you ask determines the kind of answer. Also the best questions are the ones you ask yourself.

Why am I not going forward? Why is my prayer life tupsy turvy? Why is my marriage not working? Why do my relationships always go left? Why is my spiritual life upside down?

Questions can drive thinking and actions.

4) Understanding: Understanding is a by product of the first 3. It is the ability to make meaning out of information or facts.

5) Answering: By sitting, listening, learning, asking questions and having understanding, Jesus was competent to answer questions even at a young age. Nothing just happens.

He ended the sermon by quoting James 1: 5 ” If any of you needs wisdom, you should ask God for it. He will give it to you. God gives freely to everyone and doesn’t find fault.”
James 1:5 NIRV

I was blessed, and I made personal decisions.

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Do you know who I am?




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By Ovundah Nyeche.

The next day Moses took his place to judge the people. People were standing before him all day long, from morning to night. When Moses’ father-in-law saw all that he was doing for the people, he said, “What’s going on here? Why are you doing all this, and all by yourself, letting everybody line up before you from morning to night?” Moses said to his father-in-law, “Because the people come to me with questions about God. When something comes up, they come to me. I judge between a man and his neighbor and teach them God’s laws and instructions.” Moses’ father-in-law said, “This is no way to go about it. You’ll burn out, and the people right along with you. This is way too much for you—you can’t do this alone. Now listen to me. Let me tell you how to do this so that God will be in this with you. Be there for the people before God, but let the matters of concern be presented to God. Your job is to teach them the rules and instructions, to show them how to live, what to do. And then you need to keep a sharp eye out for competent men—men who fear God, men of integrity, men who are incorruptible—and appoint them as leaders over groups organized by the thousand, by the hundred, by fifty, and by ten. They’ll be responsible for the everyday work of judging among the people. They’ll bring the hard cases to you, but in the routine cases they’ll be the judges. They will share your load and that will make it easier for you. If you handle the work this way, you’ll have the strength to carry out whatever God commands you, and the people in their settings will flourish also.” Moses listened to the counsel of his father-in-law and did everything he said. Moses picked competent men from all Israel and set them as leaders over the people who were organized by the thousand, by the hundred, by fifty, and by ten. They took over the everyday work of judging among the people. They brought the hard cases to Moses, but in the routine cases they were the judges. Then Moses said good-bye to his father-in-law who went home to his own country.

Exodus 18:13‭-‬27 MSG

No matter the position you attain in life, you are blessed when you have people that can give you an honest feedback and can tell you the truth, irrespective of whose ox is gored.

Accountability is not weakness, it saves you from many potential and real pitfalls, it also helps you deal with many blindspots.

Never get to a position in life where you isolate yourself from constructive criticism or questioning, and never arrogate to yourself the infallibility tag.

Many times in attempting to answer some questions, more clarity occurs and times papered cracks show.

Moses the powerful leader, Moses the revolutionary leader, Moses the Prophet who saw a part of God, Moses who was handed the tablets scribbled by God, Moses who saw manna and quail, Moses, Moses… Probably owed his longevity to his father in-law who told him ‘Bro, your body go quench oh…you need to delegate, you are not doing it right in this manner’…and yes Moses listened and obeyed, and the impact was noticable and it really helped his adminstration despite being schooled in Egypt and learning from the best and also hearing from God.

No one knows it all…even me ‘I no Sabi many things’ and having the right people in life who can honestly talk to you and encourage you in this journey is key. Never isolate yourself from instruction.

Even the best pilots in the world, still get instructions from their control tower and get feedback from their copilots, their plane system and other pilots flying in the air space.

Imagine the control tower telling the pilot not to land and he responds back saying …do you know who I am? Do you know when I started flying? Do you know the price I paid to be a pilot? Just imagine what would happen.

May these words instruct you…and may you not push the right cycle away from you.

Good morning.

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Bible Engagement.




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By Ovundah Nyeche

Today’s devotion was on ‘Bible engagement’…in this ‘post-truth’ world where God’s absolute is very relative to a lot of people, more than ever before our children need to know and have an experiental knowledge of God and  His word.

Funny as it sounds, it is families that make up God’s family/ the church and scriptural engagement is not just the responsibility of pastors or priests or the clergy, but everyone who calls upon the name of the Lord.

We should teach our children to study God’s word on their own and avail them with the many Christian resources available for their age group. They should also learn to meditate and memorize scriptures and most importantly learn to obey scriptures.

‘This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall read [and meditate on] it day and night, so that you may be careful to do [everything] in accordance with all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will be successful.
Joshua 1:8 AMP’

‘Whatever was written beforehand is meant to instruct us in how to live. The Scriptures impart to us encouragement and inspiration so that we can live in hope and endure all things.
Romans 15:4 TPT’

A LifeWay study done recently  found out that out of 40 most likely predictors of  spiritual health for a child, that regularly reading the Bible was number 1 out of 40.

As a parent or guardian, do you discuss scriptures with your children or wards? Does your life count as a point for them believing the scripture or rejecting the Bible?

In these days and times, our children need to know God’s word and God for themselves and God is counting on you and me. Like He said about Abraham, can God say the same about you?

I have singled him out so that he will direct his sons and their families to keep the way of the Lord by doing what is right and just. Then I will do for Abraham all that I have promised.”
Genesis 18:19 NLT



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