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!!


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.




United In the South

Somewhere in the southern hemisphere,
Of a great nation and communal sphere
Two young ones await their joining
For In unity they will come together

Decked in the finest attire
Sheath in colours of royalty,
Made of silk and covered in sapphire
He groom she hopes to meet

Her elegant neck is covered in beads
Her face is cloaked with a veil
Her staff, her symbol of authority
Her headpiece, her crowning glory

Her dress, shimmering in the light,
It is one fit for royalty
Indeed she is like a queen
And soon her groom she will meet

But first, the Elders he must meet,
To acknowledge, to pledge and to greet
The gifts he brings to present
That he may take his bride, his pride

At last, the elders are satisfied
The youth and women are edified
The bride herself is beautified
Ready to meet her one true love

The bride begins to sway
As the music begins to play
She glides and she moves with passion
While her groom awaits with determination

At last they meet! Oh what sweet relief
Their love they can finally share
Their heats, they beat as one
In a harmony so sweet and fair

Indeed, love is beautiful
No matter the tribe or tongue
A language that all do speak
All over the world, it’s true

Joined in love, one heart and mind
They look ahead to seek
What treasure they may find
Living together at last.

Finally, they depart,
Their families they bid adieu
For together, they will build
A home, A life of love.

Davida Emem Onuigbo


Yes, it’s my time to reign. Hallelujah!

Sound of Revival Devotional

Galatians 4:1-2 ‘Now I say, That the heir, as long as he is a child, differeth nothing from a servant, though he be lord of all; But is under tutors and governors until the time appointed of the father.’

DAILY READING; • James 4; Jeremiah 27-28; Psalm 132

Louis XIV, known as Louis the Great, was the longest reigning European monarch in history. He became king at only four years old, when his father, the king of France  died on May 14, 1643.

On succeeding his father to the throne, the little child became the leader of 19 million French subjects. However, because he was not mature enough to rule, his godfather, Chief Minister Cardinal Jules Mazarin, took over the government.

Over the course of his childhood, a governor was appointed to tutor the young king. While his godfather, Cardinal Jules Mazarin held the true power in France and controlled…

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Indeed, we will overcome no matter what situation or challenge we are in, victory is assured!

Sound of Revival Devotional

1 John 5:4  ‘For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world: and this is the victory which overcometh the world, even our faith.’

DAILY READING; • 2 Thessalonians 2; Isaiah 27-28; Psalm 118

Watchman Nee was a famous Chinese Christian leader who worked in China during the 20th century. In his book ‘Sit, Walk, Stand’, Watchman Nee tells the story of God’s amazing miracle during their preaching mission to an island off the South China coast. He had gone on the mission with six Christian brothers, including a zealous sixteen-year-old new convert named Brother Wu.

While on the island, their preaching seemed fruitless and Nee soon discovered it was because of the Island people’s dedication to an idol they called ‘Ta-wang.’ The people were convinced of this idol’s power because on the day of his festival each year, the weather was always near perfect.

One day, when 16 year…

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Surviving the Unknown

Everything seemed normal,

People doing things, making memories

Children going to school, learning more

Suddenly, it all changed.

Normal became abnormal

Functional became dysfunctional

Confusion was the order of the day

While children where whisked away

Everyone trying to stay safe

It wasn’t all bad

As couples’ loving became a fad

Families bonding and reuniting

Workers learning and improving

Life becoming more appreciated

While the fight raged on

What is this that we fight?

What manner of battle is this?

The search for the unknown became the norm

Hunger, starvation, sickness, perspiration

The distress and confusion

Who will bring the solution?

There is one we know

His name is Jesus

In power and might He bestows

Healing and wealth on all.

Only He can save us

Only He can free us

From this torment, this virus

His name is Jesus!

Davida Emem Onuigbo


In the atmosphere of faith miracles take place. Stay safe in the place of worship in Christ and all will be well.

Sound of Revival Devotional

Psalm 32:6-7 ‘For this shall every one that is godly pray unto thee in a time when thou mayest be found: surely in the floods of great waters they shall not come nigh unto him. Thou art my hiding place; thou shalt preserve me from trouble; thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance.’

DAILY READING –  1 John 5; Ezra 3-4; Psalm 92

Kenneth E. Hagin once shared a story that reflects the importance of being sensitive to the Spirit and following His divine  promptings.

One day he came into the Church auditorium where the Healing School was taking place, and sat down on the platform. Not long after that, a sudden burden came upon him to pray. He sensed in his spirit that he had to pray immediately because somebody’s life was in danger.

So he got up and said to the crowd, “Folks, I have this…

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Don’t give up on God cuz he hasn’t given up on you. Breakthroughs are coming for us. Praise Jesus!

Sound of Revival Devotional

Isaiah 45:2 ‘I will go before thee, and make the crooked places straight: I will break in pieces the gates of brass, and cut in sunder the bars of iron:’

DAILY READING – John 8:1-20; 2 Chronicles 1:1-2:16; Zechariah14

Oswald J. Smith died in January 1986. Just prior to his death, he said, “there is something within me calling, ever calling. ..It is that irresistible ‘must go.’ The divine fire burns within my heart.”

Indeed this divine fire was what made him not to be stopped by the many disappointments that came his way, during his lifetime. In 1920, as a young man, Oswald Smith, wanted to go to the mission field and serve as a missionary. However, several mission boards turned him down because they were concerned about his health. Smith was disappointed but not distracted from his vision of reaching people for Jesus Christ. Again, as a ministerial…

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We are covered by the blood of Jesus. If you have not accepted Jesus as your Lord and Saviour, do so now and His blood that speaks better things will cover you too that every sickness, disease, crisis etc will pass over! Thank you Lord for the blood of Jesus

Sound of Revival Devotional

Exodus 12:13 ‘And the blood shall be to you for a token upon the houses where ye are: and when I see the blood, I will pass over you, and the plague shall not be upon you to destroy you, when I smite the land of Egypt.’

• DAILY READING – 1 Corinthians 9; 2 Kings 1-2; Amos 7

In the 2nd century BCE, the Jews were conquered by the Greek king Antiochus Epiphanes. He appended the title Epiphanes (“god Manifest”) to his name; but the people referred to him instead as Antiochus Epimames (“The Madman”). He sought to assimilate the Jews into the Greek culture and outlawed Judaism; forbidding Jewish practices such as the rite of circumcision, the study of Torah and the Shabbat ― under penalty of death.
He stripped the Temple of its sacred vessels, including the seven-branched golden menorah, and stole the silver and gold coins…

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As the psalmist said, though He slay me, yet I will trust Him…thank you sir for this Word in Season. I am blessed just reading it. I know now and I believe God is indeed working things out for my good. Thank you sir

Sound of Revival Devotional

Acts 16:26 ‘Suddenly there was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken; and immediately all the doors were opened and everyone’s chains were loosed.’

DAILY READING – •      Mark 2; 2 Samuel 4-5; Daniel 2:24-49

Barnabas Fund is an international Christian charity supporting persecuted Christians suffering because of their faith. They recently gave a report of how a story of tragedy turned into a supernatural rescue for 72 Nigerian Christians.

After capturing these Christians during an attack on their village, Islamic extremists gave them the option of renouncing their faith or face death. The mothers were told to renounce their faith or their children would be executed by the following day. That was when something remarkable happened. The children in the group said the Lord Jesus appeared to them that night and told them “All would be well”. They were told not to fear, that…

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Moving Forward!

Hey everyone,

So the last time I was here I asked you to watch this space cuz something amazing was about to happen.

Indeed, something has happened and yours truly has been so busy with it I barely had time to come and post an update. But here I am now and guess what?!😮.

I became a published author recently. Yes, I know, its incredible right?! Trust me I am still in awe of the fact that I actually got it done. As a mother of two little ones, a toddler girl and a seven month old boy, you can be sure it has not been easy. But thanks to God who not only inspired me, but provided the resources needed to see this project through till the end.

One thing I want you all to take away from this is, no matter the distractions you may face daily, if you keep your focus and continue to push, you are sure to accomplish that goal, finish that task, get that degree and basically just achieve anything you want.

Okay, moving on from all the mushy stuff,lol, I am the proud to announce that I am the author of a book recently published, titled ‘Imelda, lost but found’,  a book that tells a tale of the trials and triumphs, pains andngains of a woman, the challenges she encounters and overcomes on her journey of self discovery including attempted rape, joblessness and more.

My published work - A book titled 'Imelda'

This book can acquired as an e-book or in hardcopy printed version. It can be bought online at – https://publish.okadabooks.com/book/about/imelda__lost_but_found/26663 and https://kdp.amazon.com/en_US/bookshelf?language=en_US.

OR you can send me a message and I will send you the account details payment can be made to and the book can be Sent to you as either an e-book direct to your e-mail or your location. E-book costs #1500 naira and hardcopy print costs #3000 naira respectively.

So go on and get a copy today! And you’d better hurry cuz the copies are selling fast!😆..#davidaonuigbo #imeldalostbutfound #published author #blogger #television presenter #buyyourstoday

Stay on this space cuz there’s so much more to come! 😆

Keep loving, keep sharing and keep believing!

Be Inspired!😇

One love,



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


my red hairdo - davida jan 2019