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Friday, March 27, 2020

Mrs Dee's Corner - The Negative Side Of Broadcasting Good News.

Experiences, both personal and from others have made me realize that not all good news is to be shared. 







Sometimes,sharing the good news may just go South and spoil everything...Especially,if you broadcast it and your 'Village' people get a hint of the good news...

A family friend who has lived in Europe for many years recently got her permanent residency and the good news spread like wildfire among her family and friends.

Everyone was happy for her until her 'village' people also heard and changed the good news to bad.

We got a call that we should all intercede with prayers for her because announcing the good news brought bad luck her....we were told she could not get a job and everywhere she went job searching,she omitted a foul odour that put off anyone who came near her to the extent that hands immediately covered noses when people walked past her



Her family did not smell anything but outsiders did, even their friends bolted and she could not attend Church anymore. The hubby said the most she had stayed at any kind of job was a week and the employer sacked her when she started smelling....

The financial responsibility of caring for the family alone weighed the husband down and he had to call for prayers and advice.


She only stayed indoors and People began to whisper that it was probably some kind of jazz,no one knew for sure but what was certain was that her woes began after she circulated the news that she had gotten the permanent Residency...


Most people's problems began when they announce their blessings but they are not alert enough to know....

69 comments:

  1. Flaunting on social media dey cause all these things. It's better to keep your successes to yourself because more people are ready to rejoice in your downfall

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  2. All I can say is a whole lot of human beings are wicked. They'd rather hear bad news than good news.

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  3. Can’t you see what is happening to all these people on the internet, the minute they announce their good news like this, something bad happens. Then they disappear from social media. A lot of people will not tell you the truth, there is a lot of negative energy in the world. Me, people ‘see’ my good news. I leave God to announce it and God is not lousy. He does it at the right time when it can never be spoilt by all the witchcraft in this world. Baba God you are too much.

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  4. Abasi mbok,ppl wicked well well poo??

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  5. You're absolutely right. Village people are real. That was why I didn't make much noise during my wedding bcos I've seen people who broadcasted their wedding all over social media having difficulty in conception. I just made up my mind that my wedding will be for only close friends and family. Even my social media friends only got to know after my wedding was done already. Even now that I'm pregnant none of my social media friends will know until I put to bed. Nothing like baby shower or gender reveal whatever pics on my wall. Wisdom is profitable to direct. People should stop announcing their blessings to friends and enemies. You don't know who is who.

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    1. We now know that you're pregnant. We'll be monitoring you

      Village people

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    2. Abeg, I know people who flaunted their wedding on social media and had zero issues conceiving and I know some who did their weddings hush hush and have not conceived for some years now and vice versa (I pray God hears their prayers).

      How many celebrities have we congratulated last year alone when they gave birth. E.g. Laura Ikeji flaunted marriage plus pregnancy and she delivered safely. Nina is married and pregnant now and by God's grace, she will give birth safely. These two are women who are generally trolled on social media. Who else should I mention?

      My point is no be by playing hide and seek in social media. People that want to harm you will harm you, if you like hide everything. Just have a close relationship with God and trust that He will protect you from all evil.

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    3. It's*broadcast* and not broadcasted. It's very wrong.

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    4. Concieving has nothing to do with putting pictures, if you have a fertilty problem whether you post picture or not if you don't seek solution it won't work,many people have falunted and still have kids .

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  6. Not all good news are to be shared o,my brother has been outside the country for quite something and we've hid it very well from everyone.
    The heart of man is desperately wicked, no one can be trusted.

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  7. That is it o! Just keep your good news to yourself. Even when younwant to share testimoney in church do not give details because not only 'village people'but some church member go take you do breakfast, lunch and dinner.The lady in this story may not hav been jazzed by village people, a close friend could be responsible.

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  8. All the ppl doing juju,cant they do juju so that they can stop the COVID abi e no dey affect them too?

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  9. Hmmm after buying an iPhone at my workplace I started falling sick. Am about selling the phone.

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    1. Nop am serious cause where I work a lot of people wouldn’t buy a phone at that price. Am a teacher.

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  10. True @ Eka Joy

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  11. That’s why I remove cap for people that have a career in broadcasting awoooooo even send pics to blog lasan I cannot do it.

    Low key is the new key. Living my best life on the lowest key no time. No one is happy for you o Issa lie na envy full der heart las las!

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    1. Low key is the new key ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  12. Hmmmmmm scary stuff! All the way from naija they were able to send such terrible arrow to europe???? Wonderment!!!

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  13. This world is full of evil. Back when i was an undergraduate, i won a national competition and got rewarded. I didn't tell anyone in school, only my family at home knew. My relative staying with us at the time called other relatives and told them everything. I am still suffering the consequences of that 10years after. No progress in anyway. Prayed, fasted cried. It was confirmed that its from the village. Just be careful. Sometimes your loved ones can talk to the wrong person.

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    1. Gbam!
      Please keep praying and let God minister your breakthrough to you.

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  14. People like bad news

    Or what do you call your immediate sister who go about destroying you and yours.When she was jealous 4years ago that we got married.she hasn't changed one bit.People she gossips me and hubby to keep coming back to tell us.What can you do to a sister like this.

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    1. Run far away from such sister.๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿƒ

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    2. you should stop discussing anything with her. Avoid her very well.

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    3. I avoid her as much as I can
      I am 4years older than her.I gave this babe money to start business.At 27 she has no boyfriend.Someone once said if she doesn't stop backbiting she can't settle. Dunno what I have done to this girl from childhood. She always say I am better.this kind rivalry among siblings. Maybe I should go on 3days fasting. Dont want to curse her but I am hurt.Dont want to report her to my dad coz of his BP but will like to ask her what I bought.We have different destinies.

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    4. @anon 15:17.why don't you also pray for God to also give your sister a man too???..life is not always about fighting battles,sometimes,you've got to choose your battles wisely!...Love is war!!!...Pray to God to change your sister & give her a man that will love you too,so that she can leave you in peace.Fast & pray for her.

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  15. But some people are immuned to these things ooo, the likes of Madam Banana can flaunt and boast for Africa but nothing happens, she keeps winning all the way.atimes I dey fear for her the way she boasts.

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    1. "Winning" in quote. Don't be deceived by social media ooo

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  16. i have stopped posting pictures on social media, i do not share my testimonies on social media any more.

    Not everyone will hear my testimony.

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  17. You are right.
    I so advised hubby but he wouldn't listen.but after dem show us pepper he realized his mistake. We are still paying for sharing our good news till now. Don't announce your success, allow your success to announce itself.
    Its not like people care about you anyways.

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  18. You magnify the powers of darkness so much. My ajuju is always this;
    Where is the power of God? ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคท๐Ÿป‍♀️
    The aziza -answer is this: people you designate as "village people" are
    willing to give sacrifice (human blood) to get Satan's powers, but those
    who claim to worship God (go to church perhaps) are not willing to offer
    the sacrifice of their holy bodies (in fasting, praying, giving to the poor Matt. 6:1-15)
    to walk in God's power.๐Ÿคท๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคท๐Ÿป‍♀️
    All of you that believe this story that Mrs. dee told (which I don't doubt at all),
    If I write here my encounter with God's angel, and tell the story in details, we will read
    comments like; lies, hypocrite, perfect life, idiot, and all the the poisoned arrows
    that ndi uta will shoot. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
    Yesterday, yes, this very yesterday, I wrote that "everybody in my family is fasting and
    interceding for humanity in this trying times..." and someone commented that I "am starving
    my kids bla bla bla"
    Shuoooooooooorrr...๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
    Romans 14:17 For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking, but of righteousness,
    peace and joy in the Holy Spirit,
    Ndi uta can shoot at that God's Word up there. ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

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    1. I actually kind of agree with the anon... Your kids are way too young to fast till evening and they may probably not even understand why. Didn't you say you've been married for 10yrs? So your oldest is probably 8 or 9. (correct me if I'm wrong).

      When one fasts, one feeds himself with prayer and the Word and fasting is a conscious and voluntary decision and an individual should not be forced to or compelled to fast, especially young children.

      Don't try to force perfection on them. Let yourself and **** be perfect on their behalf and Let them be kids. If you insist, let them fast till at most 12pm, while you and your **** continue the whole day of you wish.

      Your kids may even be thinking that you're starving them. And you said when they complain of them you give fruits. Ah ah. Madam. Give them food abeg. They're too young to even comprehend what they should be praying for.

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    3. @Mystique,
      YOu are wrong. I am not married for ten years. What I usually write is that I've been married for "MORE THAN A DECADE". And my first child (adopted) is a teenager. Those are the much I have revealed about myself on this blog.

      Do you know that some people are vegetarians or lactovegterians? Let me educate you on the two terms;
      Vegetarians = eat only vegetables and fruits
      Lactovegetarians = eat vegetables, fruits and drink milk and milk/eat milk products like cheese etc.
      And these people live the most active healthy lives -ask any doctor you know or do some researches online.
      So, my child who have been trained all her life to eat only fruits breakfast before going to school (mind you they are all "A" students.) So this child wakes up and by 10.00am she is hungry and she is served a fruit breakfast. She does her homework, prays, studies her bible, watches gospel movies (of course no outdoor playing or activities that warrants great energy expenditures). By 3.00 pm, she is hungry again and is served fruits and vegetable salad and milk for e.g.... and by 6.00PM, the whole family eat a full course meal; e.g. jollof rice garnished with spinach, roasted fish, milk, unleavened bread and grapevine-wine, nuts (cashew, peanuts etc.)
      Now, you are there behind your keyboard condemning me for that -that I did not give this child what you call "food" (indomie perhaps, akpu/garri etc.) morning, afternoon and night? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
      Dude or sisi, my kids are healthy and the way we train them is to "seek God". They are even the ones to remind mommy and daddy
      that "we should fast and pray" so that people won't die"
      You can train your kids to be gluttons but I have chosen to train mine to be disciplined.
      Phewwwwwwwwww! I had to explain all these, perhaps someone might learn too.

      Those "village people" you refer to might as well have offered their kids (yes dead I mean) to devils just to get the result that Mrs. Dee wrote above. And they don't have options to do that. A lot of them might not even know that they have; blinded by their thirst to destroy.
      Keep shooting your arrows unu anugo? ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

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    4. You are very rude and cloaked in your own self righteousness.
      Thank you for insulting my glutton kids, and for telling us about your perfect diet and perfect children, you hear?
      Now run and go and break your fast and leave me behind my keyboard.
      (by the way, when one fasts, isn't he supposed to seek the face of God instead of rushing to return "arrows" on a faceless blog?)

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    5. @Mystique
      I never called your kids "gluttons".
      I used words like "unu -you all". My plurals were collective and I was referring to those arrow shooters of yesterday whom you told me you supported. I do not mean any offense.
      There is a "can train" Read that sentence again. I frankly APOLOGIZE if that is the understanding you got from that. Sorry inugo?

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    7. I, too, apologise if I came off as attacking. That was sincerely not my intention. We appear to have misunderstood each other.

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    8. Thanks @Mystique,
      I feel so relieved at your understanding.
      Perhaps I can tell you more about what you asked in terms of prayers;
      I pray more in the nights between 9pm and 3am (-not the whole hours but at least 1 hour like Jesus taught Matthew 26:40)
      We have definite times in the morning and evenings when we pray together as a family.
      I am indoors but not in seclusion per se. I fill the times with house chores, play with the kids, online chats with family and SDK blog ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
      I am human, not a spirit and by no means perfect at all ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
      If I should be in prayers all day inside my house, my kids with detest me.

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    9. Prayer and fasting but no single love of God. What is the point?

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    10. Sad how some righteous ones are giving Christianity bad name..... Sometimes I wonder how God is able to deal with sooooo many things and people who claim they know him but never practice the most important thing He asked of us ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”.

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    11. @23:30
      No single love of God because I tell you not to fornicate or kill babies in your womb?
      ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ’๐ŸŽˆ ๐Ÿ’

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    12. Abegiiii this your christianity is fake ANG. You are judgemental,condescending and all out rude. If you like starve your kids na you sabi i wonder why mystique is even arguing with you. I put it to you that half of what you say are all lies. When you see someone like Ronalda she doesnt need to carry religion on her head. From her comments you can see it. You preach christ but dont act christ-like.

      #BEDSANDROSES#

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    13. @Bedsandroses
      2 Corinthians 10:12 We do not dare to classify or compare ourselves with some who commend themselves. When they measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves with themselves, they are not wise.

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    14. @Enchantress
      If I (or someone else) wrote exactly what you wrote there, aren't you going to term it "she has judged?"
      Okwa ajuju o
      Thanks for the insults o.๐Ÿ˜˜ I like the way you always seek me out to shoot arrows. Even at nderi ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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    15. You can train your kids to be gluttons but I have chosen to train mine to be disciplined. Haba fear God oh, and you are praying and fasting right? Hmmm.

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    16. Hello ANG, Don't ever back down. I love what and how you say what you say. Thay are hard truths, but they are positive and really inspiring. I believe all that you say, coz I grew up to have a certain background like this. A godly home.

      Plz don't ever stop, some of us, like me, look forward to what you write.

      Hard truths....but true all the same.

      Don't stop, Don't ever stop. Keep writing, blunt or subtle....As ling as it is about Christ Jesus, people like me, will always accept and will read.

      In my quiet moments, when my thoughts run, i remember your words(written).

      It is like a reminder and it helps in strengthening my resolve to seek the Lord.

      Thank you for being blunt with your message most times.

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    17. Kikiki, anon 7.57 AKA pastor Ang, welcome..... even though you changed format, I know it is you. Nobody says you should stop preaching but being rude and downright nasty under the guise of christianity isn't cool.

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    18. Anon 10:11, note this.....this isn't ANG.

      ANG never changes format. She is who she is.

      I don't see her writings as rude, but downright blunt, which we all need.

      She says FORNICATION is bad and she says it quite plainly.

      She says SERVE GOD, and dont glorify the devil with OUR FEARS, she says it without mincing words.

      She gives her own narratives, and we all rise to say she lying.

      Abeg, you all should suck it up.

      ANG....NEVER EVER CHANGE.

      I LOVE how you are blunt with the MESSAGE OF CHRIST.

      It hurful, yes but its the truth.

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    19. Pastor Ang AKA 11.35 madam I am always right, of course it is still you. I am here to greet you and welcome you again. Ekaabo ma, continue your preaching but you do not have to be rude Inugo? You can say the truth without being rude and condescending, Epele ma.

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    20. Anon 13:22...To bati su e, wa da ke.

      Read and comprehend the message.

      Whether rude or not...

      Its still boils down to Christ Jesus.

      Pele ti e.....

      U will be fine finally.

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    21. @ 13.22, ekasan ma. I greet you whole heartedly Pastor Mrs Ang, how is the fasting going? Adura agba o meaning God will answer your prayers. No forget to break o, Odaabo.

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  19. Bad wishes emanating from bitter and angry souls can mess up the spiritual network of the target.

    It is important to keep good news away from outsiders as much as possible - until the concrete manifestation cannot be denied. This advice should be taken seriously by the blacks.

    I discovered that the best way to live, avoid spiritual problems, and enjoy life, is to appear ordinary; or rather feed the world with not so good news.

    I know the natural inclination is to "pepper" our real and perceived enemies with news of progress, acquisitions, and success; but experience and observation has proved time and again that a successful person would have less challenges if people think of him/her as a nobody.

    At the very least, you would save yourself of evil wishes.

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  20. I once happily told a dear friend of how I sold out my goods in a week, of you see the way she looked at me ehh with one kine smile.
    The truth is,most people dont care! Some sibblings inclusive.
    The trick is to share the bad news more and keep the good news to yourself.
    Deceive them in a way that before they know it, you have gone far!

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  21. How do you explain an unfriendly friend who visits your social media page but does not talk to you via inbox or phone. Then blocks you but between 20-30th of every month, would come online, make sure you see ...is there, then go offline until same date next month. Has been at it for years. The other one even though lives abroad, sneaks secretly to observe and when discovered, began to go through other people to source information. This person speaks in tongue and can make lucifer jealous in ministration. I fear people; I fear black man; especially those 'supposedly very' close to one. My mama say I be witch because once I see a person I know how genuine they are and no matter how they pretend, my first impression/opinion of them always holds water. Social Media has turn people into envious 5G enemies, monitoring spirit, enemies of the progress of others, extremely competitive etc. Please, what are we really struggling against each other for. If after this COVID 19 pandemic life does not humble anyone, they can never be redeemed from destruction.

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  22. Announce your good news to God even if He already know because He did it for you. Keep people in the dark, let them keep guessing, they will always ask, just tell them God is Good.

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  23. Dangote and Otedola also have village people. Okeowo and Alakija too. Tony Momoh and Elumelu. Mutallab and Jack Rich. Arthur Eze and Razak Okoya.

    Trials are part of the human experience. Challenges are part of life. Envy and jealousy are part of your own life as a human being. There are people you do it to and you're not in any way responsible for their predicament when foul winds blow.

    Take ownership of your own life. There is nothing you're announcing that is new under the sun. These village people know your birthday and despite whatever you allege they are up to, they've not been able to stop your coming to the world or your heart from ticking. The same people accusing relatives of being evil would take a kidney from them if they needed one. Can it be that every single BV is besieged by wicked friends and relatives? So who are the wicked friends and relatives if we are all clean?

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  24. My own I learnt first hand. I got a juicy job offer. Over happiness made me call all the continent to announce it. My sister this job off like say transformer blow. Like I didn't get any reply again. Everything just quiet. Something I was 200 percentage sure of

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  25. I come from a family that play things down. No excited moments, no champagne moment whatsoever. We celebrate and sorrow together in the family alone to run away from the brutality of the world.

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  26. God forbid bad people, tufiakwa, unto what? People are just wicked.

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  27. Just know what works for you. Some announce their good news and nothing happens while some always have problem when they announce their progress.

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    1. Gbam!

      Its different for people. Everyone's head is different. Once you identify your spiritual patterns, stick to it and do what works for you. Dont listen to others who say "I do and nothing happens". Their lives are different from yours.

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  28. Monitoring spirits are real. They may be monitoring you, or someone else you are associated with and then you too chop cane join. They are everywhere. Can even be on your prayer line. (True story.)
    For me, by the direction of the Holy spirit to me personally, I have completely, cold turkey stopped sharing EVERYTHING with my family, friends, facebook. I have cut off all conduits of sharing.
    Na only me, papa God and Holy Spirit dey share and enjoy our good news and thats okay. AND, I am not lonely or alone.

    Since I obeyed this direction he gave me personally, tori tori don reduce drastically, the difference is clear. Like one beloved old preacher used to say, stop telling the devil your plans to manipulate or mess up.

    This works for me after many years of agro, and I was not an overly sharing person oh, but I had some really close "spiritual" family/friends I could confide in, was on facebook, but when series of strange events kept happening cyclicly and kept praying and praying, finally, na this hard cut off Papa God direct, I obey, no wahala.

    Please, what ever works for you.

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  29. i was a victim but thru prayer i was delivered...Prevention is better than cure

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  30. I left Nigeria 20years ago. My grandmother who's never been on a aeroplane in her life "followed" me here. She vowed to make my life miserable and yes she has truly been successful. If not for prayers at MFM, she would've killed me for real! Yes, "village people" are real oh! Keep your cards close to your chest people. God bless x

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