Today I can get dressed in a suit with a touch of
red, green or wareva!
my touch of red could have been some animal
blood, or palm oil from some hideous sacrifice?
I probably won’t be dancing that ‘tush’ dance in
the sanctuary today! Maybe I’ll be half naked,
dirty, beaten and jumping in the euphoric
possessed celebration of a masquerade whilst,
beating people mercilessly!
I wouldn’t have many of you as friends too, cos
my face would have been redesigned to a
permanent scary scowl wt indigenous tribal marks
that starts from the centre of the head down to
my chin!
All thanks to this SPECIAL PERSON… Many years
ago, he called my Grandparents by name and gave
them a new name…
A special specie of ADEJUMOBI. Branded and
Favoured of God.
Today I can’t be addressed as Omo ara kan ti n
jijo eegun! (the offspring of a people that dances the masquerade dance)
But Omo ara kan ti n jijo Jesu Olugbala! (the offspring of a people that dances Jesus the Saviour’s dance)

This special person brought us from the miry clay
and set us among Princes!… and Yes! He has been,
and still is so faithful and good to us!
…and I’m so happy today is a day set aside to
celebrate His birth!

So Beloved, I won’t let today pass without
reminding you that Christmas is not about sweet
food and the clothes on us but about Christ in us!

Heb 2v14-15 and his birth is to set us free from he
that had the world in bondage from ages past!
But Christ’s work didn’t end with me/us , He is
still seated on the right hand of the Father,
interceding for you and I. He wants you too in the
extended christian family!

Is there a better way to celebrate Christmas than
to open the door of Your heart and let him in!


I feel THAT WAY too!


To glance at the wall clock, I looked up. I know I should get up. Its half past ten on another weekend and I’m still on my bed.
But my chores today is to do nothing.

I know I need something, or rather somebody. A person with a familiar feeling. Yes! I seek understanding, I seek a being with a words of relief and healing.

I need someone who’ll hold me and mean it when He says, ‘I Feel that way too!’

I sent texts to my friends, asking that they would please come spend the weekend at my end.

I took my time to freshen up, dress up and apply some make up.
I lied down and sat up again, awaiting d door bell to jerk me up.
But then He called in sick.
She texted me to say she was travelling,
and the others -just like my parents- had weekend engagements.

So I laid back on my bed in my empty room feeling lonely and unloved.

I switched on the TV, and wished I’ll see a song with a chorus like:

“I feel that way too!”
Faraway, I spotted my barbie doll, all alone, in a dusty corner, curled into a ball and separated from its family.
I picked it up and said, ‘I feel that way too!’

At that very moment I heard someone call my name. He told me I’m not alone.

I know Jesus meant it when He said it. Yes! I clearly heard him say,
‘Emmanuela dear, Once…I FELT THAT WAY too!’
” It was on the cross- after I was flogged. And the sins of the world was on me rolled and my father’s eyes away from me strolled.

I felt alone and forsaken.

But this you should know. its over now, I suffered loneliness that YOU might have me as friends!
(Matt. 27:45-54)
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