2020: Shitshow or Pure Bliss

Wow, 2020! What a year.

I just saw the movie “Death to 2020”, if you haven’t seen it go watch it.

It talks about everything that happened this year and it’s really funny too πŸ˜‚

I digress, in the movie Samuel Jackson started by saying

“2020, a year so momentous they named it twice “πŸ˜‚

I had to pause for a laugh.

So down to business, Lessons learned from 2020

  1. Shit happens
  2. Shit could happen right now
  3. Shit could happen tomorrow

But don’t let it weigh you down… Be positive cos it’ll end well. Trust me I know cos I’ve been there.

God is alive and helps too

How do I know this?

I had Coronavirus mid-June (I guess).

Yes, I did, and I thought the worst. I was so afraid the first 2 hours I found I had contracted it. The first symptom I had was anosmia (inability to smell or taste anything) for over a week

Then I found my strength in the lord (1Sam. 30 Vs 6b). This song came to mind resonating for hours before I downloaded it

My Response by Phil Thompson.

I kept listening to this song over and over again for a week. I was completely healed after 2 weeks.

A few weeks back, Late November I had ulnar nerve palsy (partial paralysis of my right fingers) for over a week I couldn’t raise or grab anything with my fingers. I read it requires serious surgery to fix. I declared words over those fingers and I was healed.

I told nobody of these things, now you know.

In Patience Johnathan’s Voice, there is God. Just do well to believe he’ll help.

4. Another thing I learned is that there are wicked people in the world,

But

5. There are Good people in the world

There are Good people in Nigeria.

Trust me I met them, angels in human clothing.

I know there are other things I’ve learned that I forgot to add.

In summary, I learned one should totally trust and believe God. Because doing that makes God happy, and doing that makes you know certainly it’ll end good. All will be well. (Philippians 4 Vs 6-8). Also, let’s try not to sin.

Let me round up by chipping in this…I heard this quote from Pastor Biodun Fatonyibo “What I behold I become”.

If I’m Sick and I behold it (think and fear like a sick person). Keep on thinking about the sickness and saying I’m sick, it will get it’s hold over me.

If I do the exact opposite – think about getting healed miraculously, not thinking about the sickness going about my daily life, speaking health and positive things, I become it.

I learned how to develop my mind theoretically and practically

Same thing with every other area of our lives – wealth, academics relationships etc.

I’m talking to myself too. I’m still learning all these things I talked about as my faith is slowly growing.

I pray as we practice these, our faith will keep on growing and at last we’ll be better Humans – having the mind of Christ. Amen.

Anyways till next time

Ciao ✌🏾

Happy New Year Merry Independence Day 😎

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