Good day Sir, God bless you immensely for being a channel of blessing to us all.
I joined the hallelujah challenge on day 5 but some days later I started feeling depressed. Thoughts of failure, disappointments, past hurt, feeling that my mates had gone ahead of me filled my head. I would smile in the day but would cry/weep at night. I had no money and no source of money in sight. On day 11 of this challenge, after crying, God dropped specific lines of three songs in my heart. The first one “forget about the past, looking unto Jesus, moving along (×3) the way”. I just brushed it aside cos I was unhappy. A few hours later, another song dropped in my spirit “He never sleeps, He never slumbers, He never tires of hearing your prayers, when you are weak He becomes stronger, so rest in His love and cast all of your cares on Him”. I was still angry and again I brushed the song aside. Third one laid in my heart was more like another me inside me talking to something inside me with authority “…go tell my enemies, I am under the Rock, Jehovah hides me, I am under the Rock…” I still brushed it aside. A few hours before the time for the day 12 session you did a live broadcast and among other things, you said that God was going to take away the spirit of heaviness and depression and I took note of it.
I was still sad though, I cried again that night, slept off and missed the live broadcast for day 12 but I woke up by 1.00am, about to feel worse but I decided to do my own one-hour praise. I kept saying AMEN to All the declarations I had missed, believing God for my garment of praise. After that, I slept and woke up feeling lighter and happier. #Praise God.
He also provided the money I was believing Him for to enable me to pay for an international exam. This was a two-part challenge. First He provided the naira, then He provided the means to pay the dollar equivalent(At a rate, lower than even bank rate) since it needed to be paid in dollars.
The same day, He miraculously provided the funds to open a dorm account that I had been wondering how to open. The bank official agreed to help me find a second referee for the dorm account, (which I had been searching for, in the previous week’s cos I don’t live in Lagos and I didn’t know where to search for referees.) Today the acct is opened.
I want to thank God for these miracles. They may seem small but they reminded me that God is as much interested in minute details as He is in the big things in our lives. I choose to thank Him for these seemingly small ones while expecting the other things on my list and more. After all, He is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we can ever ask or think, according to His power at work in us. #Olowogbogboro. Halleluyah.