Righteousness & Justice: Nigeria is Planted Not Buried | Chayil BOSS Podcast
Greetings Chayil BOSS,
On Thursday 15th of October 2020, I had a message and by Saturday the 17th of October I was privileged to share at Pink Pearl Foundation's SOAK Fellowship. I had created a blog post and shared the free downloadable handout. The title of that post was "Righteousness & Justice: Partnering with God as an Agent of Change". We focused on 2 Corinthians 10:4-6 and we covered honouring predecessors (Honour your Saul); dragging culture versus Jesus culture; our actions & results identifying us as Christ followers; End SARS; New Nigeria and prayers on pages 12-15 of the handout. There was emphasis on the fact that we must first look inward and be an example of righteousness!! We must start preparing and be alert to the devices of the enemy.
Today's episode of Chayil BOSS Podcast is a continuation of that blog post message. I was overwhelmed with the events that happened during the Lekki Massacre that took place on Tuesday the 20th of October 2020 and the events that would follow. To be honest, I was all over the place to be honest and felt totally helpless. I had to go into a place of prayer to hear what God was telling me and to find peace in Him. By Thursday I felt my spirit man get a word of encouragement in my quiet time. Nigeria we are PLANTED NOT BURIED! Decided I would share the message with you in this podcast episode to also encourage you.
God is working it out as we stay focused on the focus and become the change we want to see. We are planted not buried. We will reap the fruits of our labour of love, tears and sacrifice. As we walk and work in righteousness and justice we bring Yahweh's Kingdom here on Earth. We must war in the realm of the spirit and be proactive in the contemporary world arena taking the leading from Abba.
As we PRAY, PROPHECY & PARTICIPATE over Nigeria. Turn the National Anthem and pledge into a prayer (see below if you do not know it by heart). Use the map of Nigeria & call forth each State including FCT by its name and slogan (see pages 14-15) regularly. Be alert to the devil's devices and attempts to stylishly push his agenda. You can also declare Isaiah 60 (New Living Translation) over Nigeria as we pull down strongholds (oppressive systems, corrupt institutions, faulty mindsets).As always, it is an honour and privilege to share time communing in God's word with you. Do grab your Bible and Chayil BOSS Sermon & Bible Study Log (or a blank piece of paper) or the FREE PRINTABLE DOC as we dive in together. Also, if you will like some fire and intimacy added in your quiet time Chayil BOSS has faith tools and resources at your disposal. I am looking for individuals to join me in my mission of sowing some copies of the Chayil BOSS Prayer Log monthly into individuals lives that are unable to afford a copy or just seeking to build a relationship with God. Do let me know if this is of interest to you. Warrior BOSS, it was created for a time such as this when the Army of the Lord rises.
You can drop your thoughts and messages via voice message on the podcast. Do Comment & if you know any christian who might be unclear on what to do at a time like this please share the free handout. Blessings.
His Beloved & Priestly Queen,
Nigerian National Anthem
- Arise, O compatriots, Nigeria's call obey
To serve our fatherland
With love and strength and faith
The labour of our heroes past
Shall never be in vain
To serve with heart and might
One nation bound in freedom, peace and unity.
- Oh God of creation, direct our noble cause
Guide our leader’s right
Help our youth the truth to know
In love and honesty to grow
And living just and true
Great lofty heights attain
To build a nation where peace and justice shall reign.
National PledgeI pledge to Nigeria my Country
To be faithful, loyal and honest
To serve Nigeria with all my strength
To defend her unity
And uphold her honour and glory
So help me God.
Amen to a changed nation and a heart of Christ which exudes love, peace, righteousness and unity 🙏.
“Planted, not buried”. We grow out of the adversity surrounding us, to become trees of righteousness, rooted in justice.