In a world of depravity, oppression, and so many mishaps, People go through different things they don’t and can’t understand, things they can’t comprehend or even talk about on regular basis. There are a lot of happenings around us and pertinent burning questions in our hearts, even as God deals with us uniquely and individually to make us better individuals and personalities. Mylivinghope helps you know you’re never alone, neither are you abandoned by sharing encouragements (Thrill of hope) and real life intervention stories of real life individuals (Beam of hope). There is something so powerful about your ability to turn that which the enemy intended for your harm or disadvantage (visible disadvantage), that which normally should crush you into a message. It makes you better equipped to strengthen and help others. Mylivinghope is a place where you can share your travails, trials, triumph and intervention stories to receive strength and encouragement and also to help your neighbour. It’s a safe haven where you’re always welcome. Luke 22;32b ‘when you ‘ve come through the time of testing, turn to your companions and give them a fresh start’ (msg). This is a place of fresh starts and new beginnings irrespective of whatever your past and present visible disadvantages might be. Christ in you and me, the hope of glory!
‘Wunmi Falodun is a diligent and an addicted lover of God who believes in possibilities and interventions. A high flyer, a focused and enthusiastic follower of God, saved by grace, helped by God, blessed to be kept, does her best to live a simple Christian life by the help of God. Alive to the responsibilities of divine greatness inherent in her. Charged with the message of hope, she believes there are no hopeless situations with God. Fondly called P.wums by her friends and loved ones, a nickname she acquired during her undergraduate days of being a student pastor.
She is a registered nurse and holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing science (B.NSc) from Igbinedion University Okada and master’s degree in nursing in view.
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THE DIFFICULT THING I WENT THROUGH
APRIL 10, 2017
I was 14 years, 5 months and 14 days old when my mum died. To be very honest, the first question I asked God was: “how could you? How did this happen on your watch?” From that point forward, my journey obviously became a rough and a tough one, bitter- sweet, broken yet beautiful.
HE ALLOWED IT, HE DIDN'T DO IT
OCTOBER 26, 2016
Dearest, I am sure that all is well with you and yours. I know it’s been a while, but I have been up and about. I told you some time ago that something was cooking, well…..
I was 14years and 5months old, when my mum died. The first thing I asked God was: "how dare you?" "How did this happen on your watch?" I was so angry and hurt, I felt as though God failed and disappointed me.
THRILL OF HOPE; FRESH STARTS, BEAUTIFUL BEGINNINGSDECEMBER 30, 2015
It's that time of the year again when people take stock of their lives and review how they spent the year. Some also even go a step further to make New Year resolutions and the likes, deciding to change this and that. While some brood over what should have been that is not and so on..... Perhaps 2015 didn't pan out exactly the way you expected or just looking back you have some regrets and you're seeing those things you should and would have done differently.
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