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Do You Have Trust Issues?

I was feeding our son on a certain evening recently and I observed something I had not noticed before but guess must have been happening before that day.

Once I take a spoonful of food, I would blow air on it with my mouth because the food was a bit hot and then attempt to put it in his mouth. However, he insisted on collecting the spoon from me each time so that he could put the food in his mouth by himself.

After taking about five spoons or so from me, I noticed what he was up to.

He would hold the spoon in his hand and then stick his tongue out to touch the food. He was obviously doing this to check the temperature of the food.

This continued till he finished his portion of food.

My spirit was then tuned to think about that incidence and here’s what was ministered to my heart:

Some of us don’t trust God completely to have His way in our lives just like Daniel didn’t seem to trust me enough.

We sometimes wonder if there really can be a way where He says that He will make a way.

We still want to check again and be sure that He is in control.

We still want to add some human touch to everything to make it feel realistic.

We try to rationalize His promises and see how workable His purposes are.

I’ll like to encourage you to let God have His way in your life.

Surrender yourself and situation completely to Him.

Let Him take care of you how He deems fit.

Stand still and know that He is God.

Trust Him completely knowing fully well that He has you covered. He always has your best interest at heart because He loves you.

Always Remember that He is the ALMIGHTY.

Today, I admonish you to ask the Lord To Help your unbelief.

Let your faith in Him grow.

Even if it doesn’t seem like it right now, believe that all will be well with you!

© OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)

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My Interview With Naijabooks

I was interviewed by Uzezi Ekere  Adesite of Zayzee Writes and Naijabooks.

In this interview, you will find answers to questions like these (amidst others):

What inspired ‘The Beautiful Branch’?

How long have you been writing?

Are you self-published?

What are the other things you do other than writing?

Where can readers find your book or contact you?

Screenshot of the interview

Please read the full interview HERE


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Personally, God has done so much for me and it is not in doubt that he loves me too. I have accepted Jesus as my Lord and savior, and I appreciate him for the sacrifice he made for the whole world including myself. But, I have a challenge reciprocating his love all the time. I do but maybe not always.

However, after reading your book, I found the following tips useful;

a.       Writing a love letter, writing to thank God and noting down all the things he has done for me, I tried doing something like that but I stopped.

b.      Obedience and obeying His words, shows him that we love Him

c.       Also, exposing bad habit helps to get rid of same. So by sharing your experience, it has led me to reflect on some of my actions and retrace my steps. I truly want to live for Jesus.

More so, showing God that you love him  is not by feigning righteousness, because even the Bible say that our righteousness are like filthy rags, so it is  not by all  that but by making deliberate  efforts at obeying his commandments and then letting him know that you know what he does for you.

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Four Things To Do When You Feel Discouraged

Discouragement usually knocks on our doors without prior notice. It visits the best of us without invitation.

Are you feeling discouraged right now?

You are not alone.

And there are things to overcome the distressing effects of discouragement.

I have highlighted four points in this article that will help you snap out of the valley of discouragement and set you on the mountain of optimism.

This write-up is inspired by these verses of the Scriptures.

Why am I discouraged? Why is my heart so sad? I will put my hope in God! I will praise him again— my Savior and my God! Now I am deeply discouraged, but I will remember you— even from distant Mount Hermon, the source of the Jordan, from the land of Mount Mizar. (Psalms 42:5‭-‬6 NLT)


This will help you to deal with the issue right from the root.

For instance, if you are sad because you have no money in your bank account, there might be more to it than not just having enough money to your name. The real issue may be that your business is crumbling or that you need a job.

Be sincere with yourself as you identify what the issue is. You definitely need to know what the problem is so that you can profer a solution to it.

The first thing the Psalmist did was to ask himself why he was discouraged.

You should do the same.

That will help you keep your issues in perspective.

And then you will be open to ideas for resolving them.

The most likely result of discouragement is for you to be submerged in the pool of depression and wallow in self pity. When you are discouraged, you have the tendencies of thinking about all the ugly things that have happened to you. It all keeps escalating if you don’t take caution and you may be surprised at how low your heart can sink in sorrow.

Instead of focusing on the negatives, choose to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Remind yourself of the fact that all things work together for the good of those who love God.

Tell yourself that you will hope in God instead of concentrating on your issues and source of discouragement.

I know just how difficult it can be to praise God when everything in your life is going South.

But you will realize that once you can summon the courage to switch to the praise mood, you will be raised from the valley of depression.

This works all the time.

Decide to acknowledge God for who He is. Praise Him from the depths of you.

Focus on the fact that His plans for your life are perfect and He knows the right timing for your life.

A perfect time to bring to remembrance the glorious deeds of God in your life is when you are discouraged.

This will remind you of the fact that God is able to do all things and that there is nothing too hard for Him to do.

A good way to make this happen is to make a habit of journalling the things God does for you.

That will come handy when you are discouraged.

Listen to other people’s testimonies and key yourself into the ability of God to make it happen for you too.

Most importantly, make God’s Word your companion in these seasons of your life.

I hope you find these helpful.

Remember, it’s just a phase and this too shall pass.

Be encouraged!

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©OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)



Not Perfect After All

A short while ago I stumbled on a friend’s post on Facebook and I was almost going to faint at the sight. I mean, this guy is someone I know his story so well.

The thing is that he beats his wife blue-black.

Yet on this particular day he went on and on gushing about how much he loved his wife and how he couldn’t do without her.

I felt like sending all the people who were commenting on his post and saying things like “perfect couple” or “you guys are an ideal couple” or “I covet your anointing” in for surgery to remove the scales off their eyes. The comments actually almost made me faint again.

I am narrating this experience to tell you two things:

Firstly, stop the hypocrisy please. Go back home and be good to your spouse for real. Many hide under the ability to put up a fake life on social media. This is not supposed to be so.

For you to be posing a perfect life for people to see, it seems to me that you admire that kind of lifestyle.

Why don’t you work at turning your dream into a reality.

Yes you can!

Make that your priority henceforth instead of putting your energy on pretence.

Secondly, don’t judge a book by its cover.

I hear things like, “I want a marriage just like yours” or “I want to marry a man just like your husband” a lot.

. . . Be careful what you wish for because you just might get it.

And it might be disastrous.

There are lots of fake people out there.

You don’t know the tears behind the smiles you see.

It’s cool to admire good things in the life of others but don’t peg yourself on their pedestal.

Instead ask for God’s best for your own life.

Face your lane.

May God grant your heart desires according to His will for you!

OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)


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