Trust in God and You will never be Disappointed.



Once upon a time, there lived a farmer in one of the agricultural

plains in Nigeria by name Mr. Idike. During one of the planting

season, the farmer and his family invested all their resources and

effort in planting, as that was their only source of livelihood. The

children had to stop school in order to help in the farm work. Day and

night, they worked tirelessly at their farm with the hope that during

the time of harvest they shall reap abundantly.


Alas tragedy struck when they least expected it; Nigeria witnessed a

devastating flood that year. This flood swept away all they had except

the cloth they were putting on, their house, farm, livestock,

properties were all lost to the flooding. They now lived as refugees

in their own country. Oh, it is a pity.


Just as it seemed all hope was lost, God intervened. A certain very

rich philanthropist took a liking to the family and decided to put

smiles back to their faces. He compensated them for the loss with the

sum of N10, 000 000 and a house. He also went further to award

scholarships to all their children to any level they wish to pursue.

This as you know is even far greater than what they could have gotten

from their farm.


You might be going through similar experiences in one area of your

life. Maybe it is in your studies, you have studied so had and yet

success seems far away from you. Maybe it is in your place of work or

business that you are sowing in tears. You have used up all your

resources in going from one job interview to another. You have kept

yourself pure and now you are ready for your future spouse but he or

she seems not forthcoming. What is it that you are going through now?

The flood of life might have taken away your harvest however; fear not

the Lord will replenish what has been lost a hundred fold. This is

your time of joy, believe in his word and it shall be your portion.

Amen and Amen!


Remain abundantly Blessed.


O LORD, restore our well-being, just as the streams in the arid south

are replenished.

Those who shed tears as they plant will shout for joy when they reap

the harvest.

The one who weeps as he walks along, carrying his bag of seed, will

certainly come in with a shout of joy, carrying his sheaves of grain.

(Psalm 126:4-6)


This post was first published on 10th October 2015 and reposted today

to encourage you not to give up. Dear do please like my facebook page and share this message with your friends

and family.


Remain blessed


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