Monday, February 3, 2014


We embrace Christianity in Africa but failed to embrace the act and mind of Christianity. We speak 'christianese' but we don't do the act christianity. A lot of folks back here are yet to be delivered from serious demonic forces that have ravaged Africa for centuries. It takes the spirit of God to process this stuffs and not sense knowledge.

Now, let me paint a scenerio for you. Confess Christianity from now till Jesus comes, if you don't act and do the will of God nothing will happen. In the Western world, the children, the aged and the most vulnerable in the society are of great importance to government.

Politicians campaign and fight for election based on who can best take care of the people or do it better among their political parties and leaders. They protect the weak and the most vulnerable seriously. Any society that fail to cater for the young, the old and the most vulnerable of their population is acursed!

The Western world might not profess Christianity the way we do, but they act it in the way they relate and cater for the most vulnerable amongst them. That's why Jesus said in the good book, "I was thirsty u did not give me water, I was homeless YOU did not shelter me. I was naked and cold but YOU did not give me a covering". Then, they (Christians) asked Him, when did you suffer all these things that we did not come to your rescue? We even heal and perform miracles in your name. He answered them, "once you did not do it to the least of these persons ( the weak, poor, naked and homeless) you have not done it unto me". He thereafter said; I know you not, you workers of iniquity!

Take note folks, those things that Jesus itemised are what the Western govt don't joke about with their citizens...shelter, food, clothing, healthcare etc. Meanwhile, those are the things that African govt neglects.

Now, my question is, who is doing God's will? Have you ever wondered why the Western world in spite of whatever economic recession confronts them, they keep excelling, breaking new grounds, but African countries with churches all over the place keep retrogressing? Christianity is an act, not a confession. Africa needs deliverance from the demonic spirit of greed, hate and idolatory. These are the reasons why African leaders always get it wrong...Flesh and blood can't reveal this except spiritual discernment. I tell a lot of friends going into politics to look before they leap or else they will be attacked by these forces and you wonder why someone you knew so well get into govt and start to keep up with the Joneses..
-KayLord 2014

What we need to understand is that society would have to determine and define the standard she wants to live by. That is why nations have sovereign power to set rules it wants to live by either based on its tradition, culture or religion.

By African standard, nay Nigeria, in whatever way you look at it, culturally, traditionally or religiously homosexuality is an anathema to us as a people. Now, this is not a liberty to hate homosexuals but we have the right to hate the sin in them. It is barbaric to stone or kill any man unjustly just becausec he/she claims to be gay. That is another barbaric act and you can't win the war against a barbaric practise in a barbaric way.

Let homosexuals stay in the confines of their bedrooms to do what the heck they want to do...I don't give a huit! But, they should not throw it on our faces or ask us to change our laws and our ways to accomodate them or thier getting married legally. That would be insulting our sensibilities.

I have lived abroad, I worked with them and we relate and I don't have any issues with them as human beings. I don't have the capacity to hate any man, but keep your 'shit' to yourself and don't throw it in my face or ask us to make laws to accomodate your wieredness.
-KayLord 2014. #justmytake

Wednesday, January 22, 2014


Poverty has never and will never be a sign of holiness.

Isaiah 54: 1-11 summarized in a nutshell the wish of God for His own children concerning financial prosperity.
Also, 3John 2- “Beloved, I wish above all things that you may prosper and be in health, even as your soul prosper”.
Please, don’t spiritualise the above passage from the Bible too much. One good thing about the above passage is that Apostle John broke it down in such a way that nobody will muddle it up, over spiritualise, or rationalise it. He talked about you prospering financially, physically and spiritually.

Christians want a healthy life; they also want a fulfilling spiritual life but often frown at having good money and a life of luxury. I think the problem of a lot of Christians is the ability to balance this 3 aspect of prosperity that Apostle John talks about.
Jesus was born in a Manger not for lack of money but lack of space. Please, stop rationalising poverty with the fact that Jesus was born in such lowly place. Joseph tried very much to get a room in the inn (hotel), but there was no more room available. It was a peak period for travelers because census was taking place; therefore, all available accommodation had been taken up. In other words, Joseph had money!
History recorded that Carpentry was a noble job in the ancient Jewish culture. In other word, Joseph was not a pauper. He was a successful wood and carpentry entrepreneur who was quite wealthy.

After Jesus was crucified, the Roman soldiers were casting lot over who should have Jesus’s clothes for keeps. NOTE: Roman Empire was colonizing almost half of the world at that period. History recorded that Roman Soldiers were the best equipped and best paid in the world. No wonder they were able to conquer and put under the control of Ceaser almost half of the world.
If Roman soldiers were therefore casting lots on who should have Jesus’s cloth, does that not show that the cloth was precious and was of an expensive fabric? Why should well paid soldiers bother about the cloth if it were a cheap rag?

The Bible recorded that we are a King and Priest of the highest God. Can a King be poor?

Psalm 118:25 – “Save now I beseech thee O LORD; O LORD, I beseech thee, send now prosperity.”

It is not of God to be poor. God is interested in your financial prosperity, but there are things to understand to be blessed financially. It is quite ironical that a lot of people arrogate Christianity to poverty. It takes your believe in God and His word to know that it is of God for you to be financially prosperous. In whatever we do in life, what God is looking out for is the motive behind it. Your motive determines if you will be financially blessed.

The main purpose of financial blessing is for the kingdom of God – Matt. 6:33.
Financial blessing is not about extravagance or for you to be able to satisfy your unbridled lust and passion. Your motive qualifies or disqualifies you for financial blessing.

Bless the poor – Matt. 6:1-3. When last did you bless those around you that you know are indeed poor? You wonder why financial blessing have eluded you in spite of all the hard work and degrees in your kitty. Look round you…bless someone in need today!
Bless those who are blessing you – Bless your Pastor handsomely….yes! I repeat, bless your Pastor very well – Galatians 6:6. You must bless those who GENUINELY are blessing you spiritually. 1Cor. 9:11 “If we have sown unto you spiritual things, is it a great thing if we shall reap your carnal things?” I did not say so; this is what the word of God says…..

There is an erroneous believe that Pastor are more spiritual when they are poor. In fact, some Christians are more comfortable with poor Pastors. This thinking is purely from the pit of hell! This is one of the tricks the devil is using to deprive a lot of Christians from receiving their blessings. Let there be a balance, am not talking of con artist that profess to be a Pastor just for the gains.
If you are really a child of God, the Spirit of God resides in you to discern and know a man that is truly called of God to be a Pastor, in whose assembly you should attend for spiritual nourishment.

Sew good seeds….

© Kay Lord 2014