Everyday Jesus is Compassionate

(Matthew 9:36)
Remember Lazarus? Yeah, the guy that died and was raised by Jesus. When the news of his death reached Jesus, Jesus wept.He knew that He could do something about the situation but it still touched Him. He felt the pains of others. He still does. He understands what you are going through. He can be there for you. You just have to let Him by believing. He is compassionate.
He had compassion on the lame, the blind, the sick, the widows and a bunch of many others and helped them. Compassion was what He had when He saved us from our sins. Indeed, everyday Jesus is compassionate and we should be too!


#EVERYDAY Jesus carries our burdens

1 Pet 5:7
“Casting all your care upon Him for He cares for you”

Not too long ago, I was bothered about a textbook I lent to someone that I couldn’t remember. I was so worried. It wasn’t just any textbook. It was Physics! As soon as I caught myself in the act of worrying, I prayed. No, not praise-and-worship-speaking-in-tongue-3-hour-kinda prayer. I said a simple prayer asking Him for help in finding it and that was it. The worry was gone and I had peace.
Oh, did I find it? Yes, I did, that day to be precise.
We have needs and it’s very easy to magnify them even when we know that with Jesus, all these things can be sorted out. (I still fall prey to worrying atimes).
Jesus cares. He cares about those minute things we think don’t matter.  All we need to do is cast our problems at His feet and relieve ourselves of unnecessary heartache. What’s the catch? There’s no catch.
It’s that simple.

And even if He doesn’t care, He said,’Ask..seek…knock’ (Matthew 7:7)

He’s still faithful to his word…Everyday.


I tried friends
I felt surrounded but loneliness abode
I was looking for acceptance
Expectations were too high
*I stood no chance

I tried music
It worked…
For a while
The songs that always seemed to capture my feelings
Made me feel all the more*

I was sinking
Spiralling into depression
I was merely existing
No reason to live


Then, stained glass, pulpit, pews.
I found Him.
I’m dead now
Yes, He took over my life
The depression, loneliness, neglect cease to exist
I have a reason to live
No need to grieve
I feel so full of life

Let me do the introductions…
Meet Jesus
My friend, my brother
One like no other
The Lord of lords
Who opens doors
The ancient of days
He does what he says
The beginning and the end
Yes, He’s Godsend
You are
The one who needs Him
Just three steps
I believed
I received
I had faith
I tried?
I tried no more
It’s not too late.

Adewunmi Ifejesu
Official CAP Team Poet


I have been disappointed before. I know how it feels to pray and fast day after day for something and not get it. I know what it means to want something so bad, to hope for it so much and even start preparing for its arrival and nothing happens. I know what it feels when our “faith” fails (more like presumption because faith never fails when we  believe God for what He said he would do). I wondered why He didn’t answer until I stumbled across some passages that pointed out the reasons I didn’t get what I want.
First, James 4:2 says “You lust and do not have. You murder and covet and cannot obtain. You fight and war. Yet you do not have because you do not ask.” Have you gotten on your knees to pray for what you’re so bothered about and if you have, James 4:3 says, “You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss, that you may spend it on your pleasures.” What are your motives? To show off? To please other people? Or just because others are asking and you don’t want to feel left out? What are your motives?
1 John 5:14 says, “Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us.” Note: According to His will. When we ask God for something and He does not give us because it is not according to His will, we start to blame Him and make Him seem wicked. He wants the best for us. We should ask God to help us to pray according to His will. 1 John 5:15 says, “And if we know that He hears us, whatever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we have asked of Him. Remember Hebrews 11:6, “But without faith it is impossible to please God…” We should rely on God totally without having any Plan B. Did I just say that? Well, yes, I did because a Plan B means God might fail. GOD DOES NOT FAIL. He should be the first one we run to when we have crisis and not an uncle we believe has money to give us or the drugs at the pharmacy or a friend for advice.
So, if we pray about our issues with the right motives, according to God’s will, believing He has heard us and that He will answer in His time, there will be no room for disappointments.