What to do when you’ve done all you can!

Recently, the world has seemed pretty lopsided from things not going as planned to facing demands that are impossible to fulfill.

It made me start to think and ponder on what it could all mean. 

Sometimes you wish for things that you never see, you pray, you plan, you work hard and do all the right things and yet gain little or nothing. But what do you do when, even after all your effort, you still ‘fail’? Some may even blame you saying things like ‘you didn’t do enough’, ‘you didn’t believe and pray enough’or ‘you’re just too lazy’. 

I just want to say that I found myself in this position. At first it was daunting but after spending some time in solo thought, prayer and worship(whenever I could), I have received clarity from God. It is simple, though it may tarry, I will not be discouraged. The vision is for an appointed time and it will surely happen come what may.  

Just be careful not to let anyone make do wrong. Do not give in to negative pressure. Yes, pressure can be a good thing when it leads you to do right but when it will lead you to wrong decisions and actions, please run! Run from people, places and anything that represents this. Staying will not help you. 

People will always place demands on you that even they themselves can’t meet so don’t let it bother you if it seems overwhelming. 

So where do you go when all these are going on? Run to someone greater than all people, powers and situations and who makes all things right. He is always there and He never fails. He will always love and will always give. He already gave His life for you.

Yes, i know it’s hard to believe but I tell you He is real! And I know because I have met this man and His name is JESUS! He touched my life and I’ve never been the same. 

When Jesus is with you, nothing is impossible. This is my peace and today I am sharing that despite the fact that I’ve not seen and received all I hope for yet, I believe and I know that my breakthrough is round the corner.

My Confidence is in Him! I have Godfidence! My trust is in Him!He is Jesus!!

#Jesusdiva#loverofGod

Jesus is the only way, the truth and the life, Come to Him today and be free. He is waiting for you! 

Keep reading, keep sharing, and remain blessed, bold and bountiful!

Thank you for reading.

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Davida

 

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The beginning of something new!

It’s weird but lately I just found myself heading more and more in a direction I had refused to go career wise. And I wonder why it took me this long to find myself. Don’t get me wrong, I still want to be a regular television show host, news anchor …that sort of thing but I also want my ideas and thoughts to be read and be an inspiration to someone even decades from now.

I know, confusing right? What do I mean by these sayings? If you want to know, Keep your eyes on this page folks ’cause something new is brewing and is about to be birthed.

Yours truly is taking a huge step soon towards career advancement and more hopefully.

Well, that’s all for today. Keep reading, keep showing love and keep being you!

One love.

Davida Emem Onuigbo

ememakan@gmail.com

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FEBRUARY 20; SEALED IN THE PROTECTIVE BLOOD OF JESUS…

Sound of Revival Devotional

Numbers 23:23 ‘Surely there is no enchantment against Jacob, neither is there any divination against Israel: according to this time it shall be said of Jacob and of Israel, What hath God wrought!

DAILY READING –  Mark 4:21-41; 2 Samuel 11-12; Daniel 6

The Holocaust is one of the most terrible events in human history. It is seen by many as perhaps the ultimate manifestation of evil. In a systematic annihilation, Hitler killed  over 6 million Jews. Hitler’s hated for the Jews was unprecedented, he blamed them for Germany losing World War I. Even before he  became the German leader, he had said in his manifesto that he planned to rid Germany of all the Jews. Though, many people didn’t think he was serious, as soon as he came into office, he began his systematic destruction of the Jews. He made laws that said Jews had no rights. Then he…

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Trying new things!

Lately  I have been interested in exploring new ideas, new ways of doing things and learning how to do things that I had never done before. This brought to mind a thought that has always been at the back of my mind, ‘Life is a lesson, learn it’. 

Many times we think we stop learning just because we attain a certain age but that’s where we are wrong. We learn everyday. We learn how to live better, have stronger and more fulfilling relationships, raise our children better, do our jobs better.

Above all, we learn to love God, to live and let live, to forgive even the worst possible kind of atrocities. All this learning is possible because we mature in thought and perspective everyday.

My newest hobby and point of interest is baking! And I can tell you I am having a blast doing it! So far, I have made a couple of doughnuts and cakes and they were yummy! ..even if i say so myself :).

I also gave myself a mini makeover, decided to try a bolder look. Yes, I changed my hair colour! And now I’m loving the new me and new look and can hardly wait to see what exciting things the rest of the year brings.

This is not to say that I have lost an interest in my former activities but rather I have added another to the list. 

In all this I relearned that if I set mind to do anything I desire, I will achieve it. I may start small and slow but I will surely arrive at my destination just as the saying goes – ‘slow and steady wins the race’. I also learned that it is never too late or too early to try something new. All you need is to take that step. 

Also, change is definitely the only constant thing in life so if you don’t allow yourself to grow and change for the better, you lose out on what the world has to offer. You will just end up being stuck in a rut. 

Here’s to learning and trying new things; seeing new places, meeting new people and seizing new opportunities!

And just a little thought worthy of mention –  the elections are drawing near, vote wisely! New things, new people!

Keep reading and keep sharing!

One love!

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DavidEmem Onuigbo

#televisionpresenter #blogger #author #poet #voiceartist #wifeandmother

 

JANUARY 5; GLORIOUS COMEBACK

Sound of Revival Devotional

John 3:32  ‘He that cometh from above is above all’.

DAILY READING Acts 17:1-15; Judges 6; Job 36

A star fish is an amazing creature. It has the tendency to multiply itself when cut up. If one of the arms of a starfish is severed, a new one will grow in its place. Anytime a starfish is cut up, any piece that contains a part of the central disc will develop into a new starfish. This phenomenon  was first discovered by some oyster fishermen who found that out, when their oyster beds became infested with starfish. The fishermen  cut up the starfish they caught and tossed the pieces back into the water. But to their dismay, they found that rather than destroying the starfish, they were actually helping them multiply. This can be likened to what happens to  children of God, when the enemy tries to cut them down. Instead of…

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It’s a new year!

Exciting isn’t it? The thrill of starting new things; the anticipation for what the year will bring makes many people excited and happy to celebrate a new year.

Many are making new resolutions, plans and more. What’s your plan for the year? What do you hope to achieve? What new resolutions have you made? Do you have a plan on how you will achieve your goals for the year?

I have my answers to these questions and hopefully all will work out according to plan. I hope you are all set for the new year too! 😊

Chew on this food for thought as you get ready for an amazing year ahead.

Happy New year! Bonne Annee!😆😎

 

Davida Onuigbo

#blogger#tvpresenter#writer#poet#author#voice talent

ememakan@gmail.com

AUGUST 26; SEEKING GOD FIRST

Indeed, Seek ye first the kingdom of God and all other things will be added to you! Thank you for this word in season! God bless you!

Sound of Revival Devotional

Mathew 10: 9-10

Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor brass in your purses, Nor scrip for your journey, neither two coats, neither shoes, nor yet staves: for workman is worthy of his meat

William Wilberforce was an English politician known as a leader of the movement that helped to abolish slave trade in the British empire in the 18th century. Though he was born into a wealthy family, he lacked peace and fulfillment until he encountered Christ. Prior to this encounter, he was part of fashionable society, attending the theatre and races, entertaining, socializing. After leaving university he was elected to the House of Commons, where he was not active, rather spent most of his time at the three most important gentlemen’s clubs in London. At the time he was a heavy gambler, he dressed in the colourful finery…

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