Growing up, I used to really like television advertisements. I particularly used to like the advertisements of tobacco brands. As a matter of fact, Rothmans® King Size used to take me over the roof with this ending: “… the best tobacco money can buy”. It was giving me a perspective of that tobacco brand. I remember telling myself “when I am 18, I will try it out”. Thankfully, I did not.

Moving away from tobacco brands, I found the Peak® advertisement quite captivating and motivating. At the end of the advertisement, they will end with this message: “… it’s in you”. That message triggered hope on the inside of me. It made me begin to see myself achieving great feats in the nearest future. My constant exposure to this message made me see a whole lot of possibilities.

I simply wrote this piece to tell you that IT’S IN YOU. Everything you need to be great in life has been put inside of you by your Creator. You are a masterpiece. You are the original of you. You have what it takes to build that Multi-billion-Dollar establishment. Oh, yours is a global fashion brand? You’ve got it in you. Maybe yours is to be an industry giant, it’s in you. Now before you read any further, take 60 seconds and tell yourself “I’VE GOT IT IN ME!”. Oh do not hesitate, declare it now.

Do not let the euphoria of destiny helpers put you in a deluded state. As a matter of fact, I do not believe in your destiny helper locating you just like that. God is a miracle worker and not a magician. You have to release something from your inside that will attract your destiny helpers. Even if God was to send someone to help you become what you were destined to be, it will be in response to a signal you have released from your inside, possibly through prayer. You can get religious all you want, but you can only be made free by the truth. This is freedom coming your way today. You have to release YOU from the inside to begin to dare those feats.



(Transforming the World through the Word)


He looked afar in search of a kind

But in the lot, none worthy was found

The earth groaned, the heavens moaned

As darkness covered the people whole

Kings grew numb, princes too dumb

For servants rode horses and sin reigned on deaths throne

A cry was heard around the city walls

That of hope rekindled, joy reborn as chosen elites were brought forth

Redeemed from destruction, renewed by the Word

This kindred a wondrous sight to behold

Priests unto salvation, prophets unto redemption

To bring home the lost and weary souls

Armed with a clean spirit and wilful heart

These guide to reveal hidden mights

An array of mediators, an array of conquerors

All created to bring glory and honour to His throne

A channel of power, God’s mighty arsenal

Breaking through hell’s gated and fallow grounds

They turn not from their shepherd’s lead

They fear not even in the darkest deep

They march on along the righteous path representing Christ

A priestly generation ordained, the Kingdom’s light.




The Eagle gives us a perfect picture of how effective Rehab can be. The Eagle can live up to Seventy (70) years. To live this long, it goes through a process in its life. This process is not an easy one, it is a painful one.
The talons of an Eagle works properly for Forty (40) years. After Forty (40) years, its talons become weak. Thus, the Eagle will be unable to grab a prey. Its long and sharp beak also becomes bent. Its thick feathers become stuck to the chest due to its heavy wings. This makes soaring difficult. At this point in its life, it is left with only two (2) options; either to give up and die or go through a painful process of changes that lasts for about five (5) months.
If the Eagle chooses to live, it flies to the top of a mountain and sits on a nest. The first thing the Eagle does is to strike its beak against a rock so it can pull out. When that is done, it waits for a new beak to grow. The next process is to pluck out its talons. As in the first process, it waits for new talons to grow back. The third process is the plucking out of old and thick feathers, and also wait for them to grow back.
When all these painful processes are completed, the Eagle will then wait for Five (5) months to recover and renew its strength. It can then soar again and enjoy a renewed life for another thirty (30) years.
We are getting there.
Stay blessed.


(Transforming the World through the Word)