I have come again

Let the media see we have the solution. We are to interpret the dreams of Nigeria’s government and that of nations!
Like Daniel, request to see the King and let the true King be known.
Like David, be requested to be seen because of his past works and achievement, to save the king and deliver him to the true Spirit.
Like David, request to see the King because of the idiotic “Goliaths” boasting before us and save the nation of this disgrace and embarrassment.
Like Joshua, march on and lead the people with courage and without fear knowing that the Lord is with us and lead the people to the promise land.
Like Joseph, be requested of the king because of previous interpretations done and save the generations to come.
Like Deborah, stand before the people and lead as directed and save the nation from external enemies.
Like Esther, dare to stand before the king to save your nation from rivals and unending hatred.
When I say I’m praying for Daniels, Josephs, Davids, Esthers and Deborahs, that’s more like saying Nigeria arise and shine for thy light is come. Be bold and establish the kingdom of our Father here on earth. Take responsibility. Providence will ask you!
The idea is… Only five were needed to save Sodom and Gomorrah. My Esther has risen, my Deborah is here, my David is speaking with me as I write to you, my Joseph is working on the barns already and Daniel just finished his fifth daily prayer. What you think is worth waiting to standby and watch is what I don’t understand. Like I said, I’ve come again…

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Author: Wonuola Olawale

Its all about human sustainability and energy. Meet WonuOla.OlaWale. She is a social energy entrepreneur. She loves God and his people. She blogs to help "idea" young minds i.e. inspire.develop.employ.activate. She was the Business Intelligence Director/Initiator, now Board Chairperson of her own company, Sixters Energy. She also worked as a Project Manager for RootHub, a fast growing entrepreneurial hub community while she served as a Research Personnel with the University of Uyo in service to her country Nigeria. She has had several international experiences including working with Chevron, interfacing with Shell, and worked on international energy projects across the globe including CCS- carbon capture and sequestration in the United Kingdom, Flow Assurance in China and Enhanced Oil Recovery projects in the United States. She enjoys reading, smiling and meeting people. She's an advocate of gender equity and not equality. An avid supporter of non-stereotypes and a lifestyle of excellence. She is who you want to talk to in developing lasting solutions in the field of energy and human sustainability. Wonuola Olawale es me llamó

6 thoughts on “I have come again”

  1. Reading this wonderful piece justled my mind to the early chapter of the book of Joshua where Joshua sighted a man with a drawn sword. He approached and asked, “are you for us or against us” the reply of the man made me realize that when God is ready to save a race or destroy the enemy, we have but one choice, stand with God or fall with the enemy, God is ready to save this country and I proudly stand with him.
    Wonderful thing you are doing Ope and I thank you for indefatigable spirit in ensuring the songs of hope is forever heard by those who have been blessed with proper hearing. Though many are down with forlorn but your write ups is sure gonna make a difference.
    Cheers.
    Ojemuyiwa Sheun Babatunde

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  2. Awesome. Please, Nigerian Government should allow the youths of our time to showcase the Talents that God has deposited in them to benefit all Nigerians.Like this young genius, she will give good advice to us all. God bless you dear Opeoluwa and your generations to come. Remain blessed.

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    1. Thanks a lot mum. I really do have you to thank for the fear of God you instilled in us as your children and I’m proud to say, this is only a little of your passion. Hope to be as passionate as you are. And amen to the prayers. God bless you ma.

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  3. Hmmn, what a write up, some years back before my youth service i would have disagreed with your methodology but during the course of the service I saw something amazing in youths that are just educated but not enlightened, some of us are just ships heading for a wreck. Words like this will structure n stir the thinking of future leaders in the right path. Nigeria can still be that giant of Africa and even its fountain of wealth. Thanks.

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  4. Every time I read from this blog page, all I can see is the hopes and aspirations of generations come to life both those gone, those present and those to come. Most likely not the aspirations of those to come because I have a firm belief that those present are the ones to make the aspirations of the formers the experiences of the latter. Keep it up Wonuolawale. We are with you and God is with us so no one can survive being against us. We are more than conquerors.
    Olawale.

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