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The word glory is a variant of splendour. It means beauty, magnificent appearance, luster, brilliance. Everyone is called into a glorious destiny in Christ Jesus, 1 peter 2:9. “But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.” (NIV) At the time of salvation, we become an extension of the splendour (glory) of God. However, only few out of the multitude who are called, truly enter the fullness of glory allocated to their destinies. This has nothing to do with God. It is absolutely a result of ignorance or spiritual lukewarmness. A realm is an abstract sphere of influence. It is also a state or territory ruled by a specific power. God has called us to be kings and priests in him. Revelation 1:5-6 says , “Unto him that loved and washed us from our sins in his own blood, and hath has made kings and priests unto God and his father…”(kjv) If


You have had an encounter with God and He has placed HIS dream into your heart. He has told you things that you never could have imagine on your own and you await its manifestation. A God given vision is usually larger than our minds can dream, huger than our spirits can believe but real-er than our present status. Personally, I have seen the Lord confirm his words to me in private matters and in ministry and I can tell on a sure note that "God is committed to the dream that He placed in your spirit." Its one thing to have a God breathed vision in your heart is another thing to birth forth the vision. Just as a pregnant woman cannot bring forth by mistake, no vision/dream can be birthed accidentally.  A pregnant woman is aware of the various stages of labour and she consciously partakes in the process. A woman may escape the stages of labour via a caesarian section but sorry, NO caesarian session in destiny. You must either birth the vision or exp
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“But father is not fair! You took my dance abilities away and I can no longer do the stage performances anymore.” Those were my words to God recently. When I was younger-childhood to teen years, I did ballet performances in church. I love to dance. To me, dance is a physical interpretation of the voice of a soul. For years, I enjoyed dancing and still do. I remember moments when I taught my younger sister (Grace Atulaegwu), some moves and the basics of interpreting a song through body movement. As time went by, I noticed that she became amazing at dance. I tried to catch up with her but I couldn’t. I dint pay much attention to my “dance drop” until one day when I wanted to do a dance in church and I noticed I couldn’t do those amazing ballet moves anymore. I know you think is because I stopped practicing; it wasn’t that. I had begun to lose control of my knees and the joint connecting my thighs and my body. I wasn’t happy. I decided to stay off leg throwing and tip toeing and
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