Waiting For Everything To Be Perfect.
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Waiting For Everything To Be Fine.

Waiting For Everything To Be Fine.

I went out with a sister today, we wanted to reach out and share the love of Christ in our church neighbourhood. We encountered quite a lot of interesting people.
The young man who was not ready to give his life to Christ for no reason, or one he was not prepared to share.
The muslim who was just beginning to warm up towards us and the message we preached and the muslim cleric who came to make sure he is not persuaded to depart from Islam.
The lady who felt we should share “deep things” not just salvation.
The lady who felt I could serve God and follow after Him because everything was going on well for me. She thought it was easy for me to serve God because I am married and I drive a car…
My heart went out to her.

She Got It Wrong.
I told the last lady and her friends that I did not start serving God after I got blessed with stuff or got married.

I served God in my pain, when things did not look good. Click To Tweet

When I started with God, I was fatherless. My brothers did not understand what had happened to me. I had gone from the “fun loving”, “partying” and “happening” girl I was.
I had become a fanatic, praying in strange languages, and in church almost everyday.

I was denied some of the privileges I enjoyed, hardly had money for anything, personal upkeep, transport fare to church and all. I walked almost halfway to church almost every time, until I discovered some church members who lived in my area. Yet I served God with all my heart, like I had missed out so much…

I was still in this state when I met my husband. And he was hardly any better than me at the time. He had no dime to his name, no property whatsoever and like he would say, “There was no comeliness in him”. He was poor. He was a joyful servant of God, leading men to Christ and showing them the right path from God’s word.

After we married, I joined him in his rented house in the local area of Iwo Road in an ancient city of Nigeria called Ibadan. The house was totally bare besides a frame of bed and a mattress with no bed sheets on it. He had nothing at all bedside the bed and his books. Yet we were loving and serving God our best.

For almost three years, our bed was our dinning table, our couch, our bed, our everything. Click To Tweet

But we were serving God with joy and gladness. Our first christmas together was interesting. My husband preached heartily that day even though we had nothing to celebrate with when we get home.

Praise God, that day a pastor from one of our branches came and gave us a gift of cash for Christmas. We were able to buy some rice, tomatoes and some cheap Ice fish, we had a wonderful Christmas that year and even had some church members over to celebrate with us.

What Do You Think?
Do you think you need to wait for everything to be fine before you serve God with all you are? Do you want to wait to get married before you can commit totally to God? Do you think if you begin serving God now you would have given up too much?

Do It Now!
Do not wait another moment before you commit yourself totally to Christ. Tomorrow is not yours, you have today, make the most of your today. Give your heart and life totally to Christ and trust Him with your future.

…Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation. 2 Corinthians 6:2b

Don’t wait for everything to be fine before you serve God, come to him just as you are with all of your problems. He will take your burdens and give you His rest.

Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28

If you keep waiting for everything to be fine, you will keep struggling to make things happen all by yourself, meanwhile God is waiting with arms open wide to receive you into His family.
His family of love, peace, joy and rest.

Do not wait any longer, come to Him now!

Are you still waiting?
Do you want to come to Christ now?
Say this prayer now:
Dear God, I know I am a sinner; I do not want to be a sinner anymore. I want you to be my Father, please forgive my sins, I believe that Jesus was born and was crucified to save me. Jesus I ask you into my heart, be my Lord and Saviour. Help me to live righteous and to be your true disciple, so that I can affect my world for You and spend eternity with You. Father I ask all of this in Jesus name, amen.

Read the Bible, keep talkng to God, and join a bible teaching Church. God is on your side!
You can contact me at teshuva7@gmail.com for more information or prayer.

Copyright© Teshuva 2016

Ugochi Oritsejolomisan

Ugochi Oritsejolomisan is a mentor, encourager and influencer. She writes to inspire you to live a full life. Ugochi lives in Canada with her husband Benson and their children; Joshua, Joseph and Josiah.

  • Ngina Otiende
    Posted at 19:37h, 23 March

    What a testimony, Ugochi! I love it. Thank you for sharing it, its so very encouraging and freeing to someone who needs to know that everyone starts from somewhere! I know I need the reminder too, to remember that the God who started a good work in me, those many years ago, will complete it! Thanks for sharing.

    • Ugochi Oritsejolomisan
      Posted at 22:43h, 25 March

      Praise God sis! We serve God in season and out of season, that’s what makes our service to Him valuable.

  • Frances Okoro
    Posted at 17:50h, 21 March

    My heart was touched as I read this..first I feel like “am I doing enough to serve you Lord? Am I still serving you with passion just as I was when I first became yours?”

    And look how faithful God is with you and your family… but we’ll serve Him things or no things…my heart truly desires to be ALL His alone, regardless of stuff or no stuff.

    I pray lives come in to Him more too..bumper harvest of souls. Our God is faithful and even when we have nothing, He remains our everything and will fill us up with Himself when we let Him do so…

    God bless you ma

    • Ugochi Oritsejolomisan
      Posted at 12:55h, 23 March

      Amen! That is my prayer too, as I strive to join hands with God in bringing in the harvest.
      God bless you too!
      Have a super blessed day!

  • ebiichyke
    Posted at 12:30h, 20 March

    My parents loved God and I came to love him too.I saw them believe God in very hard times and he always responds. People blame God for unpleasant situations not realising that He is good.Their eyes of understanding need to be opened.They need our prayers.We need to share his goodness of how he has turned our lives around more often. Thanks for sharing.

    • Ugochi Oritsejolomisan
      Posted at 12:33h, 23 March

      I agree with you ma. Prayers will ahead of us and prepare their hearts when we speak to them.
      Many thanks for coming by!