Living a victorious life in Christ!

Living a Victorious life in Christ does not mean that we become problem free, mistake free, trials free, but it means we renew our mindset by believing the word of God over any other word and exercising our faith in God through it all. Knowing that Christ has overcome the World for us, and we are victorious in all we do, no matter how long it take for our situations,or conditions to change. I pray this video bless your life in Jesus name.

Living right!!!

The bible says that “Whoever tries to live right and be loyal finds life, success, and honor.” Proverbs 21:21. Living right according to God’s standards that is. Many of us try to live right according to the standard of the world, or according to the standards of those around us, those we may be trying to impress and all what not. But I tell you the truth, if your life is not pleasing unto GOD, your standard of living right becomes pointless. The bible says, “seek ye first the kingdom of God, and all its righteousness, and every other thing will be added” It is then clear to understand that, in all our living right, it must be pleasing unto God, the world might not accept the route you take, or people might not agree with your way of living right, they may even call you too spiritual, that doesn’t matter, so long as you are living right according to God’s standards. When you then live by God’s standards, life, success, honor and even favor will become your portion in Jesus mighty name.
Proverbs 21:21, Matthew 6:33

The Steadfast Love

“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” Let the love of God through Jesus Christ increase your strength in Jesus mighty name. Let his steadfastness encourage and motivate you in Jesus mighty name. I declare that this is your season of praise and songs in Jesus mighty name. Wipe your tears, and rejoice in the love of God through Jesus Christ. God bless you. 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙏
Lamentation 3:22-23

Diligent with the little things!


Nobody was born responsible. You become responsible by being honest and faithful in every detail of your life, especially in the little things. Missing one number on an address label can send a package to the wrong side of the country. Fudging a few numbers on a document can bring a whole company down and force many people out of work. A loose bolt, can cause a car wreck. Taking care of the small details can prevent big problems and prepare us to handle larger responsibilities. I want to encourage you today to stay diligent and faithful with the little things, because remember, being faithful to small tasks builds up over time to give us the reputation of being loyal and responsible.
Matthew 25:20-29, 2 King 12:15