YEAR 2018 THEME: A Thousand Times In Multiplication (Deuteronomy 1:11);

QUARTERLY THEME: The Sudden Destruction Of Those Seeking My Death And Downfall Shall Not Be Remedied (Psalm 63:8-11)


VIGIL: March – April 2018;

Time: 11:30 P.M to 2:00 A.M.;

DATE: Saturday, 31st March to Sunday 1st April 2018;

COVENANT THEME: Grace For Restoration And Subsequent Flourishing;

Monthly (April) Scripture: Joel 2:25-28, Psalm 92:12-15;

1. FAITH DECLARATION: declare the words of the Psalmist in Psalm 10 aloud.
2. CONFESSION: Read aloud the following Scriptures: Jeremiah 15:21, 2 Timothy 4:18, Nehemiah 5:11, Psalm 89:22-24 and Psalm 118 aloud in resounding faith (and say):
“As God lives and His Spirit lives, this hour marks my escape from the evil circle of limitation. Except Christ did not die. Except Christ did not rise from the dead. Except Christ was not made to carry His own cross and except Christ was not nailed to that cross. But if Christ died, rose from the dead on the third day, If Christ carried His own cross en route Golgotha even before Simon of Cyrene was forced to come to Christ’s aid, and so long as Christ was nailed to that cross, I am free from now.
Evident testimonies that cannot be denied shall happen to me this year. He that trusts the Lord shall never be put to shame (Romans 10:11) says the eternal word of God; I have trusted the Lord and because the Lord has a track record of never failing those who trust Him, my great change has begun from now.
I have laboured and prayed for so long yet my Lord reigns from on high. Has He, Jehovah been on holiday, on a journey or asleep? No, not the keeper of Israel. Because you are not Baal, your power to answer and answer without being challenged is unquestionable.
Therefore, in mercy, hear me today as I cry aloud. Let the brick wall between me and the land of liberty looming ahead be shattered. You shall not arise any more you smitten giants of delay and hardship. O voices of grace and mercy from the riven side of Christ, begin to cry aloud for my restoration on every side. I shall flourish, truly flourish in all things of life and godliness and my flourishing shall be so loud and evident, in the name of the Lord Jesus, Amen and Amen.”
3. Read Psalms 29 and speak awesome words of appreciation to ‘the Possessor of heaven and earth’.
HYMN: Just As I Am Without One Plea
1. Pick up and read aloud to God a Psalm of praise (and say): O God, I thank you for keeping me alive in all of my sleep and through my dreams.
2. Pick up and read aloud another Psalm of praise (and say): O God, for sustaining me you are worthy.
3. Yet pick up and read another Psalm of praise (and say): O God, I offer praises from my heart for the things for which I am still looking up to you. God, the lone Almighty, your greatness shall not change. Neither will your goods fail. So, I am grateful for the troubles, delay, attacks and the likes that I have been through. (Conclude with Psalm 129).
4. O resistor of my hands in prayer and you contrary voices reversing my prayers, let the power of God collide against you now, in the name of the Lord Jesus.
5. O dogs of darkness after my life and destiny, collide against the Rock of Ages and die.
6. Oh! Dogs, whether you like it or not, on account of Nigeria, you must eat yourselves to utter desolation this year.
7. O evil and cunningly decisive strong man over Nigeria, fall and die this year.
8. Angels of this new moon and quarter, remember me and company with me for I belong to Jesus.
9. O dog head, be smitten with the edge of the sword and revive no more.
10. O cause of my delay and problems, you shall matter no longer.
11. Foundations that have refused to heal up, meet with my God tonight.
12. O strong man over the spiritual territory I am existing in but not in the physical, release me. O hand of God, by your strength, effect my release now.
13. Who are the forces living with me and journeying with me without my consent, O God, rain down fire upon them.
14. O bank of heaven, by grace, cause my restoration to begin and let my change come speedily.
15. My reproach and scorning are too many before my enemies, O God, wipe them away and celebrate me before them.
16. O good promises and good prophecies of God for 2018, take root in my life.
17. O bus stop of no progress, bye-bye.
18. O trouble shaking my heart and wearying me to turn away from destiny places and paths, receive solution.
19. O God, what truth do I need to know about me and about other people and places, expose them to me tonight.
20. O words of evil men and spirits, be cancelled by the word of Jehovah.
21. Stand-up from my possessions o wicked foe, in the name of the Lord Jesus.
Happy New Moon.



Vol. 3, No. 13 – Monday, 26th March, 2018

(Gal.6:7-8, Dan.5:27)


The first text of today’s edition of The Message now in Galatians chapter 6 verses 7-8 reads as follows:

7 Be not deceived brethren, God is not mocked, whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.
8 For he who soweth to his flesh will of his flesh reap corruption, but he who sows to the Spirit will of the Spirit reap everlasting life’.

Less ultra sensory intuition will inform any man that the subject of sowing follows a two-paradigm dimension. Whilst the first paradigm points in the direction of encouragement to give as a mark of service of goodwill to humanity and to God, the other paradigm is of a completely bipolar tangent.

Having examined this first arm last week, it is onto this bipolar paradigmatic angle that today’s edition will now turn. One common maxim in this part of the world’s enclave opines: ‘the evil that men do lives on after them’.

Over the years, this maxim has been modified to now read that ‘the evil that men do lives on with them’. And, I must add, ‘after them too’. Kindly permit my harsh diction in this edition. The very factual truth is incontestable that the problem about evil men is in their thoughtlessness. How?

Whoever is a deep thinker will avoid sowing evil seeds. For it is common knowledge that any evil seed sown today without genuine repentance, apology and with restitution where necessary will attract severe consequences. The problem about the severe consequences is that the outcome of any evil seed is a forest of evil in return and not just the same evil seed sown.

The point is an obvious one: a grain of evil will attract an avalanche of troubles for the evil sower in the end. If this is the spiritual mathematical calculus, is sowing evil seeds a good business? It only begs common sense to align with the reality that sowing an evil seed to reap a forest of evil in return is an exceptionally bad business bargain.

What sort of seed(s) are you sowing? Do you sow hatred against other people and you expect to be loved? NO!!! Such a thought is at best hallucination. Please, return to the land of reality. I tell you a true account—the experience of a Man of God.

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Vol. 3, No. 12 – Monday, 19th March, 2018

(Gal.6:7-8, Luke 6:38)

(Part 1)

The thesis statement of Matshona Dhliwayo unarguably aptly captures the notion and eventual outcome behind any fulfilled desire to Sow. But caution must immediately be called upon here. This is because the sort of sowing under reference is that in the affirmative sense.

Matshona Dhliwayo wrote: ‘a seed today is a forest tomorrow’. How so true! God’s bountiful return always far outweighs man’s prior offering. Indeed, internationally renowned accounting technocrats and investment experts like Warren Buffet and the likes will agree with me that with proper caution spearheading budgeting and investment, turnover is expected not to run short of, but exceed initial investment by at least some margin. Why?

Every seed sown especially to God is a contribution being made to the bank of heaven. As a deposit for investment, it immediately yields maximum prosperity. So, at cash-point (in the light of Deut.1:11), $10 emerges in the worth and value of $10,000 in diverse ways extending beyond financial prosperity.

This is exactly the divine notion of Luke chapter 6 verse 38. It states: ‘give, and it shall be given unto you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over shall men give unto your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal, it shall be measured unto you again’.

If this is the Spiritual, material and, at least the financial turnover for sowing, why does the question about not reaping so prevalent?

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Vol. 3, No. 11 – Monday, 12th March, 2018

(Judges.14:1-20, esp. 20)

Welcome to this edition of The Message Now. I pray for every reader of today’s edition: that storm of life which will make you regret being a Christian or such that will warrant you to say, I wish I was not a Christian, will not come your way.
Every storm of life – unemployment, delay in marriage, poverty, sickness, badluck, failure at the gate of breakthroughs, near-success syndrome and the likes battling with your life and destiny, I command them to cease right now. Let a fresh page be opened onto you. Your miracle shall suddenly appear, in the name of the Lord Jesus, Amen.


The following question and arguments ensued in a Sunday school class many years ago. Sunday school teacher (question): Should armed robbers with their barrage of fiery assault rifles visit your luxury home one night, who would you send to answer the door as they keep knocking?
One would have thought that the answer was pretty straight forward. But to one’s amazement, the Sunday school class room was immediately clouded with barrage of answers of diverse meanings and views.
One student said: ‘I will wake my father up from his sleep’. When asked why, he said, ‘because my father is very wide and he often wears a very thick cloth called soot. No bullet of any gun can penetrate it’.
A girl sitting close-by said: ‘I will send my mother because my father said her beauty sustained his attention that was why he married her. Maybe her beauty will sustain the attention of the robbers until we all escape through the backdoor’.

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Vol. 3, No. 10 – Monday, 5th March, 2018
(2 Cor.12:1-10, Prov.24:16)
To deny the reality of personal weakness is to deny the existence of human frailties and be prepared for sudden disaster. Every man exists with his own unique strength and diverse weakness.
The diversity of weakness is most necessary for humanity for where one is weak the other is strong. The implication of diversity of weakness therefore is complementary. This complementarity is well-established in the Holy Scriptures.
Ecclesiastes chapter 4:9-12 states in this respect that:
9 Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour.
10 For if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow: but woe to him that is alone when he falleth; for he hath not another to help him up.
11 Again, if two lie together, then they have heat: but how can one be warm alone?
12 And if one prevail against him, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not quickly broken.
Understand the treatise of these four verses that one major assault rifle against weaknesses is companionship in complementarity. But shall we understand also that whilst complementarity is but one aspect of overcoming personal weaknesses, especially in the general sense, personal resolve is another, especially in the specific sense.

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