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Thursday, September 23, 2021

Thursday In House News...

 Thursday Hailings.....






IN HOUSE MEMO

Abeg nah wetin bring all the insults yesterday for Chronicles post? You people honestly need to know the difference between objecting to someone's opinion and out rightly insulting.. WTF...
I return all the curses and insults back to senders...

Gutter behavior does not hide.. All because of Chronicle..?

The poster was even insulting me as Anon.......

If you send in a chronicle and dont want to be told the truth, please indicate and we will tell you what you want to hear.....
Insulting someone for having an opinion different from yours aint right....

I do not be enable any comments insulting me, please note that and don't waste your time...

I try to Operate in love, If i fail,i will learn.. You are not perfect so get off your high horse abeg...

I preach love..... 

Kisses!
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INSIDE THE MIND OF A WOMAN GOING THROUGH MOTHERHOOD


The Bible talks about serving God in the days of your youth. This verse never sunk in when I was single but now that I have kids, the struggle is real.

When I was single I was in three worker’s unit, did all manner of ministers training, would go for impromptu vigils and prayer meetings etc. Now I struggle and to be truthful I have not attended weekly service in so long, I am currently not in any workforce unit.

My first baby hated loud noises, still does and attending church services with loud speakers weren’t helping so most of my time in church, was spent walking as far away from the speakers as possible and calming him down, going to church became a chore, so online service came to the rescue, had my second and the same thing too.


I go out of my way to attend services but when I do, I don’t get to partake in the service like I would like. I really miss those times I would go on evangelism trips and would work in the house of God. It gives me joy knowing I am doing my part in the smooth running of God’s house.


As someone called into the five fold ministry but is not doing any thing about it. I feel restless and wish I could do more for God. My restlessness increased when I had a dream, in the dream I was in heaven and I was given a small apartment as my reward and people around me were given big apartments, I then asked why I was given a small apartment and I was told since I didn’t do much with my calling and talents that was all I was getting. I asked for asked for another chance and promised to serve God whole heartedly henceforth.


This dream came months after my birthday, on my birthday I had friends that one would consider not to be religious at all, calling me and telling me they heard God tell them clearly that I should do something about my calling before it was too late. They have rededicated their lives to God and are now very vibrant because the spiritual encounters they had transformed them.


I am trying to take things a day at a time. Growing up as a Pastor’s daughter, I know first hand the sacrifices, discipline and hard work required to be a genuine minister of God. It’s no child’s play, I have been kind of running away from it all my life.

I was comfortable serving in church but leading is another ball game entirely because to whom much is giving much is expected.






Never say never









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PINKYS CORNER





I don't know why some people think they are smarter than he who created them and you call yourself a pastor? It so alarming.


There is this Pastor who was brought to a particular hospital on my street here in IB, he lost a lot of blood and they needed blood for him to survive. I couldn't watch him die so I decided to donate blood to him.


  I inquired to know what went wrong, and was told he was coming from a program where he went to preach around 8pm, and on his way home some women stopped him to inform him about a robbery going on along the same way he was on but he replied telling them the Lord is with him.


Yes,. not doubting that, the Lord is with you but not to the extend of you tempting him foolishly. 

He got to the spot and was asked to sit on the floor but he refused and they shot him, and left ..The wife was left crying profusely. Immediately the armed robbers left ,he was rushed to a near by hospital and was treated but not to their satisfaction and that was the reason they brought him to the one close to me.


The essence of this writeup is to make us understand that, God cannot be mocked, you can't just decide to test God, even the Apostles in the bible never did that (I don't know if am right) and even if they did, it has to be on God's decision and direction.


Let's stop fooling ourselves, because you serve God or you are a pastor doesn't mean you can't be tampered with by witches and wizards.

Abraham was tried and tested, Job went through hell.


Be warned.





Errrrrrr, Okies!







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101 comments:

  1. ANCIENT LAWS THAT NEVER FAIL.*

    *How I wish we can write down these and paste them by our bed sides to memorize, and cross check our lives regularly!*

    *-To be rich, - Give.*

    *-To succeed, - Serve.*

    *-To laugh, - Make someone laugh.*

    *-To prosper, - Be honest.*

    *-To excel, - Be faithful.*

    *-To go far, - Get up early.*

    *-To change someone, -Change yourself!*

    *-To be great, - Be disciplined,*

    *-To be strong, - Pray often.*

    *-To do a lot, - Speak little.*

    *-To be fruitful, - Praise God.*

    *-To live well, - Forgive.*

    *-To talk well, - Bind anger.*

    *-To sleep well, - Work hard.*

    *-To be loved, - Love.*

    *-To be a good husband, - Listen to her.*

    *-To be a woman, - Submit yourself.*

    *-To be respected, - Be polite.*

    *-To bind Satan, - Sanctify yourself.*

    *-To grow in faith, - Meditate on the word of God always.*

    *None of these has ever failed!*
    *Give it a trial, and see for yourself.*

    *Deeply Pause To Deeply Reflect!*
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    1. Good pm to y'all and πŸ‘‹ stay fine..#TBT

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    2. Just say make I show face. Lol at the chronicle poster. You better tell the whole truth. Lies won't help you..


      Lovelace

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  2. Divine Health Confessions!!

    Heavenly Father, I thank you for the power of your Word in my life and the glorious fruits it bears in me. My health and everything about me flourish and prosper. I enjoy life to the full, knowing that Christ has made my life beautiful. I declare that I am living in power and glory, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.

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  3. There's this lady that brings "OKPA" to my workplace. I really enjoy eating it. Blog visitors what are the health benefits pls. Is it really that good to eat.

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    1. Okpa did not benefit my health,the thing gave me severe heartburn,I have stopped eating it,the woman will not mind herself,she must stop and shout "Okpa di oku,Okpa di oku".

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    2. It's proteinous and to some people it's causes heartburn,to some running stomach but all I know Okpa is proteinous...

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    3. @StellaMaris,thank you for confirming that they're not adding something different to the one I usually buy,I experience the two,running stomach and heartburn,I prefer the Ubollo to Nite-Mile Okpa,this Lagos Okpa is not complete.

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    4. Okpa is made from ground bambara beans and is high in protein. The original okpa you can get at Ngwo/9th/Opi/Nsukka axis. The one you get in Lagos/Abuja and other big cities are mostly adulterated and could cause some health issues.

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    5. @ Nedi Glamour, some do add something in cooking their okpa but natural one without adding anything is good..

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  4. What a day! Nigeria once it rains, NEPA abi PHCN go cease their light,why na? Neighbours generators wants to deafen my enemies ears, not mine.

    🀦🀦🀦

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    1. My predicament right now,last last we go dey alright.pele

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    1. Yesterday's Chronicle? Mek I go read 🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️

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  6. Another day to ponder!
    How una dey?
    I have make mouth to 'Uncle' that I would shock him with bedmatics tomorrow night to form woke girl that finally know stuff
    But like this ehn
    I repent of my braggingπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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    1. You go soon catch up. Honeymoon mood 😜

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    3. He heheπŸ˜€πŸ˜€,you must keep your word o

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  7. Anonymous under my comment on SP na so I see am o.. Always missing offer. Hope I won't miss more again 😭😭😭

    Good afternoon y'all

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  8. Church with kids is really a chore,you rarely concentrate....
    That end note though

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    1. I can relate. Every Sunday, I am spending more time in church monitoring my boys than concentrating in church. Sometimes, I just prefer to stream live from home the moment I remember their wahala. Last Sunday, my first boy was like "daddy, I want to we-we", we got to children's rest room, after spending 5minutes, he said he wasn't doing anymore.i tire no be small. Boys can give wahala sha.

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  9. Welcome IHN.
    Some people believe they are wiser than God not knowing they are only showing their foolishness, I hope the Pastor didn't die so that he can learn from his stupidity.

    Motherhood post, hahaha this is me you're talking about, such a firebrand single lady, but with children, we are now church goer may God help us.

    Beautiful afternoon to everyone

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  10. If you travel by air a lot, beware of over friendly chatty seat neighbours.

    The older lady comes and sits next to me inside the plane. She asked me to help her put her bag in the overhead luggage compartment. But a gentleman sitting across quickly came through. (I am not very tall and the overhead luggage compartment is something I try to avoid at all costs.
    Immediately she sits down she strikes up a conversation. She was very pleasant and well spoken. So we chatted all through the flight to Dubai.
    Suddenly, when the pilot announced that we were now proceeding to begin our descent into DXB, my good friend 'developed' stomach pains. Me with my good heart, I pressed the stewards button, and the stewardess came to find out what the problem was. I told her my seat mate was not feeling well. And this lady, she suddenly began to address me as 'my daughter'. The stewardess told me that there was nothing they could do except give her some painkillers and wait until we landed. The pilot announced that we had a medical emergency on board and advised us all to stay calm. My new friend was crying and sweating like crazy. And she refused to let go of my hand... everyone assumed we knew each other.
    So we land at DXB and the same gentleman who helped put up her luggage in the overhead compartment removed her luggage. But as he removed the luggage, he advised me to distance myself from this lady and make it clear to the cabin crew that we were NOT travelling together. He was a godsend!
    So indeed, the cabin crew came and asked me if we were related, I categorically told them we had met on the plane. I didn't know her at all. So we began to deplane and as I said goodbye she kept begging me to carry her handbag. I was so torn... but the gentleman looked me in the eye and emphatically shook his head. He passed me a note telling me to let the cabin crew handle her.
    So I exit the aircraft and leave my 'new friend' to wait for the wheelchair and be handled by the cabin crew feeling very guilty.
    As we waited for our luggage to come through, I hear this commotion. My 'new friend' was running, trying to escape the cabin crew, having gotten out of the wheelchair! She left the stewardess with her handbag and just ran towards the exit with the rest of her hand luggage! Luckily the airport police were faster than her. They got hold of her and brought her back in handcuffs.
    This lady starts calling out to me.. my daughter... my daughter!.. how could you do this to me..... that's when I caught on. She was carrying drugs and she was trying to implicate me!
    Luckily for me, the gentleman who had helped her with her luggage came forward and told the airport police that me and her had just met on the plane. The police took my passport and asked her to reveal my full names if it was true we were travelling together. By God's grace, I had not even told her my first name! I was still asked to follow the police to a little room where I was questioned extensively. Where did I meet her?... where did I board... where did she board. Etc... And my luggage was extensively searched and dusted for fingerprints.
    They dusted all her luggage and my fingerprints were not found anywhere on her luggage or on her handbag!
    I was let go with advice never ever to touch anyone's luggage either in flight or at the airport. So from that day, I don't care how much luggage you have, you will deal with it yourself. I will not even offer you a trolley to put your luggage on! Your luggage... your problem.... is my policy. And if you can't reach the overhead compartment, and I am the nearest person, please call the cabin crew because all I will do is give you a blank stare and then look away!

    A lesson to glean therein for intending air travelers.

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    Good afternoonπŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’ž

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    1. I have learnt this lesson for when I will be traveling out of naija.

      Good afternoon lovely bvs.

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    2. Hmmm,things dey happen o. Thanks for sharing.

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    3. Thank you for this, I'm always quick to help.

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    4. True...


      Lovelace

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    5. Thanks for sharing. I will copy it and send to my husband, he is everyone's friend

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    6. You all are welcomeπŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’–πŸ’–

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  11. Good afternoon everyone.

    Please, I need sanitary pad. I don't have enough money on me to buy. Thank you.

    Please post StellaπŸ™.

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  12. Hello IHN πŸ™Œ
    #shuninsults
    #givepeaceachance

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  13. Apparently today makes it 2weeks he has been missing...πŸ˜•πŸ˜•

    Will be back to read comments o jere

    Runs outta post πŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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  14. ... Know the difference between being patient and wasting your time πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ Gbam!! Signout meme on point.

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  15. It's IHN again,
    Good afternoon dear Stella and blog visitors. Greetings from here.
    E-hugs everyone 😘😘😘

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  16. For the sign out meme. Please o I need to know the difference o

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  17. Hello BVs please is it advisable to take a job of 65k from Surulere to lekki? I'm married with kids. I'm at a fix. This economy sha. Stella please post

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    1. After you deduct transportation, what's left?

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    2. Please do the math, minus your transport and feeding. How much is remaining? Does it worth the stress?

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    3. Deduct tfare and know what's left.You can't suffer for one month and spend it all on the road IMO

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    4. Less transportation and food. If it pays your immediate needs, manage it as a stepping stone to a bigger opportunity..

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    5. That's like mainland to island? Am I right?

      If its convenient, please.take it for the main time, pending another offer.

      You can't say, you may see help and favour from there.

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    6. Take the job and start from somewhere. You never can tell what other incentives are attached to the job outside monthly salary. You can also get better connections for a more paying job from there.

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    7. 14:21
      Let me tell you my story so you can learn something.
      When I lived in Lagos, my house was on mainland while I worked in a company on the Island.
      As a married woman with a kid,
      I would wake up by 4:am, make a quick lunch and pack for myself, hubby and daughter, take tea with two slices of bread and leave home by 5:30am.
      My little daughter would still be sleeping. My mum was living with me, she would bath her and dress her up for school, give her breakfast and drop her in school. The school was a trekkable distance from home.
      I would get to my workplace on the Island by past 7:am and would sleep in the office till 8:am when work starts.
      Closing time was 5:pm, I would get to bus stop and wait for bus till 6:pm sometimes, get into traffic and arrive home at night, like 9:pm sometimes, my daughter would have gone to sleep. Don't even ask me when I used to go to bed.
      I didn't last 6months on the job. I had to quit cos I was getting thinner everyday due to stress, my daughter's education was suffering as my mum could not help with her homework. Nothing beats it when your workplace is not too far from where you live even if the pay is small. I had to look for a big school around my neighborhood to work as a teacher cos I didn't want to sit at home. The pay was not all that but I regained my normal weight and shine, my child, my home, even sex life😁 improved.

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    8. Mine is 80k from Surulere to lekki. Lunch is served or paid for and transport per month will be 30k. What do you guys think please?

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    9. I'm not married though.

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    10. Anon 17:28 , take the job offer. Start from somewhere.

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    11. 17:28, since you are not married, take the job. Use it to build your CV. It is tougher if one is married especially with a child/children.

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  18. IHN is here... Good Day All!

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  19. Hello ihn 😘.
    Good afternoon everyone,how is your day going.Mine is going on well to the glory of God.

    Mc pinky,nice write-up.Because God says He's given you authority to trample on 🐍,you will now use ur hand carry live 🐍 abi u will carry snipper and drink like madam radical.We should know when to use our number6 and be wise,God gave us sense for that reason.

    Bvs una dooh oo πŸ‘‹.
    E go surely be ✌️.

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  20. I met in house news today.
    Lord I need your healing πŸ™πŸ˜’πŸ˜©

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  21. Thanks Martins for yesterday.
    I'm no longer plastic 😘

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  22. A Wise Man once said

    I have tasted all that is sweet , but I found nothing sweeter than good health.

    I have tasted all that was bitter , but nothing was more bitter than being in need of good people.

    I have carried both iron and rocks , but nothing was heavier than debt.

    I have discovered therefore that , life is comprised only of two days. A day for you and a day against you!.

    So , when it is your day , do not be reckless . And when the day is against you, be patient. Because, both days will end/expire.

    If you cannot be a bridge to connect people , do not be a wall to separate them.

    If you cannot be a light to brighten people's good deeds; do not be darkness covering their efforts.

    If you cannot be water to help people's crops sprout, do not be a pest destroying their crops.

    If you cannot be a vaccine to give life, do not be a virus to terminate it.

    If you cannot be a pencil to write anyone's happiness, then try to be a nice eraser to remove their sadness```
    We can only be each others' keepers

    TOGETHER WE ARE GREAT... copied

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  23. Good afternoon people. It's a bright and Sunny day in the city of Warri. Let's live in love with one another.

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  24. Titus Sardine is now #650
    Pad that should be free now #1200
    Cant even talk about Gas,had to get a charcoal stove online that works like Gas.

    Never knew a time will come beans will be more expensive than rice.

    To all those who imposed this government on us.Hope you buy at lesser prices. πŸ€”πŸ™„

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    1. Please how much did you buy the charcoal stove. This country don tire person.

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    2. I have some thick napkins i use as pads from the night of day 3. I wash, dry and iron them. Keep them again for the next month. Any how una bring am for this country, we face una.

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    3. Osundi if you have an aluminum plate you're not using again,you can actually convert it,it burns faster sef,Cos wind will be able to blow the coal wella

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  25. This Covid vaccine is dealing with me, I don't even get myself sef πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜₯

    Good day neighbors

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    1. Just rest very well,take pain reliever,eat food,sleep you will be fine.

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  26. Good Afternoon Neighbours 😊☺

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  27. Cool weather, day going smoothly. How is it at your end ? Cheers everyone...

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    1. Pele Ola, Day not yet over. May customers locate you in droves. Amin

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  29. Ancient words ever true,changing and me and changing you.This song keeps coming to my lips since on Monday..

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    1. I love the song also... Please the name of the singer.


      Lovelace

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    2. We have come with open heart ,o let the ancient words impart, lovely song

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  30. There's a place of prayer,there's a place of wisdom. Thank God the Pastor didn't die.

    Motherhood- foundational church work is not for feeble minded person o, however, every service unit is important to church growth.

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  31. Good afternoonπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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  32. I thank God for the opportunity of this beautiful day. We are blessed.

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