Saturday, July 26, 2014

Because He is the God of All Possibilities

 I thank God for 2014, because He has been making awesome things to happen for me.

Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass.
~ Psalm 37:5King James Version (KJV).

These are my testimonies to the glory and glory of God alone, because He will never share His glory with anybody or anything. For all the glory in the heavens, on earth and the entire universe belong to Him and Him alone.

1. I was offered residency at the famous Tyrone Guthrie Centre for creative artists at Annaghmakerrig, Ireland to complete my drama "Chi Amanda".

2. In spite of challenges of debtors not paying me and others running away with my money, and a Nigerian graphic artist abandoning work after I paid him 50% in advance, God sent me an international graphic artist and art director Juvelin Aripal from the Philippines and enough money to pay her to design the second edition of my NOLLYWOOD MIRROR® Series.

3. This is the most awesome so far this year.

I am glad and grateful to God to share the following testimony with you, because the vision for iPost Nigeria was seen in one of the night vigils in our church, Trinity Tabernacle parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Lagos in 1997, the same year Yahoo launched ahead of Google that launched the following year 1998. I did not know much about the internet and did not even have an email and no personal computer. But something in me told me that the vision seen by our pastor was meant for me. I was working in the office of the General Overseer Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye before I left with his blessings to work as an independent Production Manager for "Money Wise" on DBN TV. Dr.Mike Murdock is also my mentor while Bishop Mike Okonkwo of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM) and Rev. Wilson Badejo, former GO of the Foursquare Gospel Church have sowed financially into my King of Kings Books International that gave birth to my International Digital Post Network Limited for which I started my first website Nigerian Times International and went on to start blogging in 2005 and today I am the most prolific African blogger with over 30 active blogs and with the most viewed Nigerian page on Google+ (over 11, 400, 000 views so far at the rate of over 450, 000 views monthly).

iPost Nigeria's video news and entertainment platform will be better and higher than YouTube according to the tech experts who have seen the video demo and projected to make US$1 Billion in 12 Months after launch.
While other similar mobile video entertainment platforms are looking for content and even spending millions of dollars on producing content, I already have direct access to regular content 24/7. Then Al Jazeera called me that they are coming to interview me on my Nollywood Digital projects and especially the coming First Nollywood Digital Cinema Fair of my International Digital Post Network Limited.

The iPost Nigeria’s mobile video app will make it one of the most advanced news innovation projects in the world and also one of the most advanced social media networks for millions of the users of mobile phones and tablets in the world. And it has been short listed for the 2014 Fund for Internet Research and Education (FIRE) Awards, African Network Information Center (AFRINIC)'s flagship grants and awards programme,

For by your words you will be justified and acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned and sentenced.
~ Matthew 12:37Amplified Bible (AMP)

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Monday, July 07, 2014

Seeing the Invisible

Seeing the Invisible

"The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge. There is no speech or language where their voice is not heard."1

In A Slice of Infinity Betsy Childs writes, "Are you sitting down? If so, you may be under the impression that you are also sitting still, but the fact is that you are in rapid motion. I'm referring to the earth's rotation; in the course of a day, our planet rotates at the brisk rate of 1000 miles per hour at the equator. Then there's the earth's orbital rate of rotation; we have to travel roughly 67,000 miles an hour to make it all the way around the sun in a year. Are you feeling any motion sickness yet?

"I could hardly be more stationary than I am right now as I sit here before my computer. But in spite of the fact that I don't feel like I'm moving, I know that I am. I see the effects every day in the sun's rising and setting."2

I've never seen electricity but I know it exists because of its numerous effects seen every day in lighting, heating, cooling, running all sorts of equipment—and in "ten thousand" other uses.

I don't know any educated person who doesn't believe in the rotation of the earth or in electricity even though we can't see either of these—or a thousand other things that affect our daily life that we can't see with the naked eye. But many say they don't believe in God because they haven't seen him or they cannot feel his presence.

However, if we want to believe in God, we will see evidence of his existence everywhere we look. As God's Word says, "The heavens declare the glory of God." And as Helen Keller said, "There are none so blind as those who refuse to see."

Basically, we all pretty much see what we want to see, hear what we want to hear, remember what we want to remember, and believe in what we want to believe in. To believe or not to believe in God is perhaps more often than not a moral choice. If we choose to believe in God, we know we are morally responsible. If we choose not to believe in God, we delude ourselves into thinking we can live as we please without any consequences.

However, our disbelief in God doesn't alter His reality any more than refusing to believe in electricity and grabbing hold of a high-voltage electric wire. The end result of both of these is death—one immediate physical death, the other spiritual death which, at the end of this life, is eternal separation from God, the author of all love and life. We are all given a choice about God either to believe or not to believe. And as Joshua said to the ancient Israelites long ago, "Choose you this day whom you will serve."3

Suggested prayer: "Dear God, please open the eyes of my understanding so that I will see the reality of Your existence and genuinely choose to believe in and serve You. Thank You for hearing and answering my prayer. Gratefully in Jesus's name, amen."

1. Psalm 19:1-3 (NIV).
2. A Slice of Infinity, "The Invisible Pull" by Betsy Childs. © 2006 Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. All Rights Reserved.
3. Joshua 24:15.


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