I woke up one early morning, after my usual morning devotion, and I visited my Facebook Messenger, when I saw a simple message; “Please, help me share my business post sir. I’m a Chef, the lock down in Port-Harcourt affected my job, I don’t want to sit and do nothing because I have bills to pay”.
Bread became a highly needed commodity in Port Harcourt last week, and the Chef delved into that space. Right now, she has added another business, away from the one she asked me to post.
Before the lockdown was eased recently, she (Chef) was the only plug and source for fresh bread in her street. She got too busy, that she couldn’t even keep up with conversations anymore.
“Isaac planted crops in that land and the same year reaped a hundredfold, because the Lord blessed him. The man became rich, and his wealth continued to grow until he became very wealthy.” – Genesis 26:12-13 NIV
What are you planting in this so called “Bad Season”?
May God open our eyes to see the unlimited and supernatural opportunities this season.
It is a limited vision that limits opportunities.
See eh, to some persons, dis outbreak na dia BREAK-OUT.
The nation might be on lock down, your environment can also be locked down, but your brain and vision should never be locked down.
God is never locked down
Till next time.
Aguma Chima Koke
The content of this publication is the personal opinion of the writer.