EVE OF WYNTER

Faithful God,

You know what

the coming year holds

May your will be done

 

Keep us in your Grace

Guide us when perplexed

Free us from all ills

in 2019 and beyond

Amen.

Happy New Year brethren!

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THE MIGRATION

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2018 has been a backdrop of a very calm yet, fully packed year for me and my family. A year that manage to keep pressures under moderation, which also hauled a heavy losses on other relatives from some unfortunate instances.

Despite this, my underwriting gratitude to God can’t upheld the fact that, the Almighty has been gracious to me and my family, showing His goodness in mitigating exposure.

 

There is still plenty to be achieved in the evolution of 2019. And as we end one, we are also being ushered into another with great expectations, enthusiasm and I see next year lined up with many successes and great achievements.

So at this point, I desire to take this opportunity to wish you and your families’ joy, warm memories and peace. And till we see each other in 2019, do well to be thankful for what you have, and remember to embrace your loved ones and be grateful for the feeling of having them around and close.

I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year, filled with success, happiness and good health.

 

BORN BRAVE

Eventually, I gathered courage to read this book last night and guess what, I sobbed all night. Sleeping was far from fetched but God ultimately gave me sleep.

Even with that, I woke up this morning to this hallucination called “Reality”. Truly, this life is not our own. For all the things we have to be thankful for, good health should be one of them because it’s key.

And like Herophilus stated, when “Health” is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless and intelligence cannot be applied. Even family becomes helpless.

The family did all they could, Nicole on the other hand fought all she could, even her faith in God was tested at every step of her treatment, so much that, she learned to give thanks for both the good and odd moments. Her story is proof that, God is indeed, the final say.

Trust me if I say this, Nicole shouldn’t have died after all she’s been through. The least compensation she could have gotten was the gift of life (a second chance to life). But like the book of Proverbs rightly puts it, man proposes but God disposes.

God did what He thought was right, we can only be thankful. We thank God for her 14years of life and pray He keeps us (the living) in good health always.

Lesson learned: Anytime you pray, ask for forgiveness of sin and also for a good health. For there’s more to life than we know.

Credit: Wesoamo Child Cancer Foundation by Nicole Wesoamo Pwamang