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NOTHING IN MY HANDS

Ever heard anyone say this in your ears? ....... I have nothing in my hands, nothing in my Store, nothing in my account, no start up capital..... I have nothing, nothing! 

And of a truth you will discover too that there is nothing in their hands as you have been told because there is no pointer to anything in their hands that there is anything in their life.

Life has taught me per time that people live what they feel of their selves.


What I am saying is of a truth there is nothing in such hands because they feel/believe that there’s nothing so they cannot act something in their hands when they have nothing in their hearts.

There is not a man that is left with nothing in his/her life even though there might seem nothing in their hands.
What is  revealed the difference is the understanding of purpose.

What you want from the Lord is your description, what you need is destiny’s description i.e. what you want from the Lord is a need birth from the understanding of your purpose as I earlier said.

Purpose discovery helps you ask right of your destiny package which is now deposited in your hands.

When we fail to operate in purpose – No matter what a man places in your hands, you feel nothing in your hands because it will not be relative to what is in your life.

Let’s study:
Judges 14: then went Samson down, and his father and his mother, to Timnath, and came to the vineyards of Timnath:  and, behold, a young lion roared against him.   And the spirit of the LORD came mightily upon him, and he rent him as he would have rent a kid, and he had nothing in his hand:  but he told not his father or his mother what he had done.

This beautiful event describes most if not all that finds their selves in this category.

-        Samson rent a young lion as he would a have rent a kid but of a truth he had nothing in his hands; but there was something in his life. It was the stuff in his life the spirit of God came mightily upon.
You cannot act/birth what is outside your destiny package.
What is in your Life?
What can the spirit of the Lord come upon mightily in your life? That is what you need to discover.

What I am saying is that we all agree with you that there is nothing in your hands, but I am here to either remind you or intimate you that there is something in your Life that the Lord will come upon that will appear in your hands. That stuff in your Life might be your gifts, talents, call, academics, etc.

-        but he told not his father or his mother what he had done: This happened because of the power of his thoughts, he believed there is nothing in my  hands  so he could not tell his parents he killed a lion with his bare hands.
How will they believe he killed a lion with his bare hands?

The same applies to you, how will they believe in my dreams and visions when there is nothing in my hands to show forth! 
Remember I told you earlier people in this category have the feelings of nothing in their hands and so they live it.

The essence of this blog post is to awaken you to the fact that there is something in your life and till the Spirit of God comes upon it mightily it doesn't reflect in your hands.

Refuse to live with the mindset of nothing in my hands today, know of surety that there is something in your life and feel it in your heart. That is the reconciliation!

Oluwatobiloba Oshunbiyi.


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