By: Ada Chinyere Cummings

A woman came to me and said, “my husband is cheating on me and it’s breaking my heart. What should I do?”

I responded; “If I were your husband, I’ll cheat on you very well. In shot, I’ll sleep out with my girlfriend most nights.”

She responded; “I thought you are a good woman, I didn’t know you are very wicked. God will punish…”

I interrupted her; “Hold it there before you complete whatever you want to say and curse yourself.” I’ll say whatever I wish to say to you, because you are just a wicked woman.”

She kept talking, I kept quiet for a while and allowed her pour out her anger and free her mind, knowing that the pain inside her was not really meant for me but for her husband.

As she was about walking out of my house, I said to her; “Do you know you have dirty body odour, I mean, the body odour that comes from being dirty, not the permanent one?”

“The neatness of a woman is the perfume for love.”

She paused just at the door of my house, looked back, with a face almost sober. I blinked and said. “You need to take care of yourself. You are on the fat side and need to take your bath at least 3 times a day if you can. Look at your side ears”

I gave her tissue paper to clean her ears and she was surprised at what she saw.

I then said to her; “if you were the man will you stay with a woman with this dirtiness?” You can see why you are not attractive to him at all…so that’s why your husband is looking elsewhere.

I admonished her to go home, take good care of herself, mostly the hidden parts and dress neatly…and then watch what will happen. I added saying “don’t expect a love miracle to happen, but gradually, everything will fall in place as time unfold. She should not forget to pray, it’s always a saving grace.

She responded saying; “Thank you so much, my sister. No one has spoken to me in such a manner. Thank You and may God bless you.” She left with a bright mind that reflected on her face.

“We should Always keep neatness very close to our heart.  Neatness is very important, we all should embrace it, most especially women. Advice them when they come to you” Yes, the approach matters, but it all depend on the individual.




By: Enenche Comedian

There is a work side to prosperity. It is the works of your hand God blesses.

People are in farms planting yams and you are busy sitting in church, when it is harvesting time; don’t expect yams to fall from heaven. When it is eating time; people are eating and you are “believing” God for yams.

Faith without work is dead. There should be a corresponding action in line of faith.

When the gospel came to Africa, the missionaries saw two vital areas of deficiencies; hospital and school. They filled these gaps. Today, directly or indirectly, we have all benefited from it.

Today, we have a major problem; unemployment. Instead of filling this gap we are taking advantage of it.

We gather the unemployed and “prophesy” jobs to them. We give them stickers, sell “holy water”, tell them to sow and expect harvest, convincing them to “work” for the Lord, that breakthrough is coming… All these we do to exploit and explore the vulnerable.

We travel abroad. We have gone to Isreal and see the agricultural exploits there. But we are not willing to bring them home.

When we sow, instead of our money to be invested into ventures like agriculture that would alleviate the sufferings of the weak ones among us, we channel the money to an atheist in Germany who designed MOG’s customised car.

We channel the money to Buddhists in China where we bought our building materials. We channel the money to a gay in America who produced the sound system and lighting system.

We channel the money to a Muslim in Dubai who did the interior decoration of our ” magnificent ” building…what a Capital Flight!

Why are we crying of poverty and for breakthrough? The God that I know respond to work wherever he sees man doing something to advance humanity, be it a Hindu, Gay, Buddhist, atheist etc.

I don’t want to start mentioning names, neither do I want to indict any person. But just imagine Living Faith going to rice production, RCCG going into Cassava production, Christ Embassy into Maize, God’s Choosen into Yams, Catholics into millets etc.

The land is there, the man power is there, the money is there, like the missionaries, who saw a problem and filled it, we can also fill this problem of unemployment and food security.

Just imagine a church sending hundreds of trailer load of food to evangelise the north. No man can resist love. Feed them in love and watch how their hearts change. That was how the missionaries changed the hearts of our forebears.

The missionaries have tried for us, and instead of us to keep pressing northwards, we have resulted in building empires. We have commercialized the gospel. It is all about breakthrough, money and less Jesus, His Person, His Sacrifice and Finished works.

We have the manpowers to feed Nigeria and Africa, generate employment by adding values to farm produce and exporting them.

We have traveled abroad and have seen great agricultural exploits, it is time to bring these inventions home.

It is time we convert our exotic cars in our garages to tractors and other mechanised and modern agricultural tools. Doing what government cannot do, by do doing this; “THE GOVERNMENT SHALL BE UPON HIS SHOULDER “.

When we roar, the government is supposed to quiver, not because of our large bank accounts, but because of our intimidating exploits.

It is time to wake-up… I see a day when we shall be holding our numerous church services in farms and factories. It is time to take the government upon His shoulder. It is action time!

A mere comedian has spoken!


Folks! Nothing just happen! There must be a force before a motion. Just like oxygen activates human life; so self-discipline activates our dreams. If your effort alone is producing little or no result do the following: (1) Work on your mind to increase your level of focus; (2) Do one thing at a time, don’t be too over ambitions; (3) Study more about your line of discipline (4) Cultivate the habit of using; other people’s knowledge (OPK), other people’s time (OPT) and other people’s money (OPM); (5) Ask God for grace and direction (it could be that your current dream is not your strength and not His will).