Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Dear Ruth (The Queen when it comes to catching a Good guy)

Dear Ruth,

Firstly well done for making it into the top ten most famous women in Christian circles. Woop woop for you! Many Christian babes look up to you gal friend.  So many peeps admire the relationship that you and Boaz had although I have to say when I first heard about y'all I thought huh , Boaz sounds older and a lot more mature than you (almost like grandpa dude), but now I see how misguided I was, he was truly the best for you, a mature, responsible, godly and not forgetting rich guy $$£$$ were truly blessed. :)

So how was it courting such a great guy? #nopressure #telluseverything
Did he shower you with flowers and candy? Did you guys go to watch movies, oh hang on a minute...there were no I guess you guys sat on a hill top and counted the stars hey..? Lol jus kiddin gal.
Anyway I thought that maybe you could give us some tips about how modern gals can get their own Boos just like your Boaz.

You're lucky, you didn't have to deal with all the hustle and bustle of modern life. These days good men are becoming a scarce commodity like water in the Sahara desert. #toughtimes And most of the time when you find them they are already taken or they have too much baggage than you are willing to take up and start dealing with.
The old ways of meeting guys (through family introductions) are not always ideal or effective in our day. People search every nook and corner in church hoping to find a dude and if there aren't any, some scout parties, gyms, Facebook and Twitter hoping to meet their Boaz prototype there...anything is possible of course so hey whatever works right?

Girl, I admire your guts, following your mom in law back to her home country, then following her advice about going to the threshing floor to meet Boaz. I guess the obedience paid off coz after Boaz took one look at your fine self...he was hooked and the rest was(is) history.
It must have been amazing, one minute your world seems like it's over then the next, God gives you a new beginning.
So the big question is....did you guys have a wedding?
Big weddings are popular these days and of course every bride has to get the dress right or else it's a major #fail.
So I look forward to you dishing the dirt..well there's probably none but it would be great for you to give us the gist... :)

Hope to hear from you soon,

Love from

"All the Single Ladies" singing like Beyonce...   

Monday, 20 June 2011

I Will Make Time Part 1 and 2

I will make time...

I stumble out of bed,

More tired than I was the night before,

Work starts in less than an hour,

Out of the corner of my eye I spy my Word for Today

No time for Quiet Time

Will have to pray in the shower.

Boiler playing up, so its a cold shower marathon today.

Two minutes and I'm out, prayer will have to wait.

Weetabix and toast gulped down as I try to read my bible,

I lay it aside, can't concentrate at all.

Dashing out, I miss the bus, trot to the station heels in my hand,

My iPhone is ringing, the Blackberry is vibrating as peeps are hitting me.

Facebook is open and someone is poking me, another tagging me.

Everyone wants a piece of me

I have nothing to give.

I'm empty... I need refreshing...yesterday was just as bad

I need to make time,

Yes tomorrow.

I will make time


Three hours and two projects later, leave the office

Lunch with the girls, salads and chicken to fill our hard worked bellies,

Doesn't do much for me, should've brought my pounded yam from home.

Back in the office, memos meetings and deadlines

Where did all the time go?

I want some time to myself

Is it ever gonna happen today?

Doesn't look like it...

But tomorrow I will make time.

Soaps, Reality shows and Facebook keep me company as I have my supper

More phone calls and chats online.

As I get into bed, I want to pray

But my eyelids have a different mission

To the Land of The Nod I go,


A void within needs refreshing...

I need to make time,

Yes tomorrow.

I will make time


I Will Make Time Part 2

The first part of this post is a piece I wrote last year but I've included it again because it speaks my heart at this point. Of late life has been quite hectic and I’ve found myself often feeling tired and at times overwhelmed with stuff to do. As a result I found myself spending less time in prayer and reading the word. Sometimes the best I could do was listen to a podcast on my iPod as I dashed from one place to the other. And as the days went by I found myself suffering from spiritual malnutrition. I also found myself getting impatient with people around me and snapping at them. Yeah like... the person walking slowly in front of me at the train station, the shop attendant taking a zillion years to give me back my change, the list is endless.  I was annoyed with them all.
Another thing that I noticed was that making decisions daily was difficult because it was hard for me to hear what God was saying because I wasn’t properly plugged in.

I long to always enjoy sweet fellowship with God all the time but sometimes its hard to have a consistently intimate and great relationship with God. The enemy once had a great relationship with God before he was cast out and he knows how great and beneficial it is to be in God’s presence, therefore he doesn’t want us to spend any time with God at all. The devil will do anything to keep us from spending time with God.
Think about the number of distractions that seem to pop up every time you set aside time to pray or read the bible. In my case the phone usually rings just as I start having a quiet time with God or I suddenly remember a dozen and one other things that also need doing around the house.
I realised that I need to jealously guard my time with God. I immediately made some quick changes to my schedule so that I could prioritise stuff that would help me grow spiritually. If you don't do so already I'd suggest that you set aside a specific time in the day whether morning, afternoon or evening to spend some QUALITY time with God and stick with it. TV, work, school, Twitter, going out with friends and BBM will always be there. Spend a little less time on those things and a little more with God and you will begin to see the change in yourself and in other areas of your life. The more time you spend with God, the more shape things will begin to take in your life for example you may begin to notice your relationships with other people improving, more wisdom and understand of things such as job/career/business related matters, more fruit in your ministry and certainly more joy and peace that comes from having a flourishing relationship with God.

Jesus says in John 15:4-5 “Remain in me and I will remain in you. Just as the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it remains in the vine, so neither can you unless you remain in me. I am the vine, you are the branches. The one who remains in me – and I in him - bears much fruit, because apart from me you can accomplish nothing.”
Without Him we are nothing and we cannot accomplish anything. Not staying close to the Father in terms of prayer and fellowship with Him, is almost like a person in a hospital bed pulling off their life support because they think they can live without it. Let’s not commit spiritual suicide, lets hang on to God for dear life and remind Him every day that He is the special love of our life.

Have a great week, xoxo

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