My UnNigerian Prayer for Nigerians

by Uche Onegeria 13 Dec , 2016  

Collectively, I want us all to work towards our individual and group progress which would further lead to Nigeria’s progress – So help me God!

Today, I pray that,

1. As you increase your spiritual (prayer) strength, may you also increase your physical and mental strength: You understand that God can only do so much – You have to step up to claim your own victory. Remember God only helps those who help themselves.

2. You remember that most of God’s anointed in the bible also went through various forms of difficulties – Job, Noah, his disciples, Abraham, Sarah, Moses, David, Solomon…..all of them. The difficulties in your life is not always caused by the devil or occultic powers. Life just has ups and downs.

3. As you walk out of your house today, you will see tribes different from you as fellow humans, not other people or enemies to pick fights with.

4. You understand that collectively (not individually), we can make Nigeria great again.

5. You question that pastor whose teachings is unbiblical and always money-centered.

6. You refuse to blame others for your lack of progress and you will refuse to allow anyone pin the blame for your failures on others.

7. You vow to actually practise what the bible teaches which is primarily to be a better person who should love our neighbours as ourselves.

8. I will accept (and give) help when necessary but will refuse to let anyone force me into living my life in any way that goes contrary to my desires.

9. I will render help when it is needed but will understand that everyone’s life is different. Thus, I will respect and maintain my boundaries (In layman terms, “I will mind my business”).

10. I will call a spade a spade and call a bad thing what it is, “A Bad thing” even if everyone accepts otherwise.

Collectively, I want us all to work towards our individual and group progress which would further lead to Nigeria’s progress – So help me God!

3 Comments

  1. This Mother’s Day my prayers are with those Nigerian mothers whose souls must be aching for the return of their daughters.

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