Though we experience every kind of pressure, we're not crushed. At times we don't know what to do, but quitting is not an option (2 Cor 4:8 TPT). Some days its like We can see or feel hope slowly ebbing away. Let's not forget that our hope is secured in God.
As I became more aware of my environment, I noticed the woman sitting by my bedside. "who are you?" I asked faintly.Q She told me I was hit by her car and she rushed me to the hospital. She told me I had been in coma for 2 days and she had been praying for … Continue reading Ìrètíọ̀la (7)
I was on a wide open field with grass-green grasses. I can't completely describe dhow beautifully the field was but I hope you see with the eyes of your heart. I saw me. I was dressed differently though. I couldn't talk to me- the second me. I could tell this Ìrètíọ̀la was beautiful. The beauty … Continue reading Ìrètíọ̀la (6)
I got into the university at the age of 15 and I had become broken yet hardened. My father had become a ghost of himself. Consumed in work, he had no time for me so I sought for friendship in the wrong places. I later discovered that the death of my mum had led him … Continue reading Ìrètíọ̀la (5)
That was a very big turning point in our lives - dad and I. He pulled through the burial period but didn't remain the same afterwards. He became so withdrawn. Busied himself so much with work and had very little time for any other thing. I probably didn't fully understand what happened but one thing … Continue reading Ìrètíọ̀la (4)
I quickly took a shower, had my lunch and went to have my siesta. I had a very fitful sleep as I kept waking up very frequently. Everything was not right, this I could feel. I woke up about 45 minutes after I slept and went to the living room to meet my father and … Continue reading Ìrètíọ̀la (3)
You can start here The Director led her into the room where the meeting was going to hold. It was a very comfortable room with about 50 boys in it. The entire floor was covered with carpet so they sat on the floor. Ireti sat on a sofa in the midst of them. She looked … Continue reading Ìrètíọ̀la (2)