Monday 24 February 2014

If I suddenly woke up: Is Heaven Real?

Happy Monday readers and followers,

The Day of the Lord's Return

If I suddenly woke up and found that heaven is not real,
If I suddenly woke up and found that heaven is not real,

I'll still believe in Jesus, because He lives inside me.
He speaks to me, He guides me,
I've seen signs that He is REAL.

He is the reason why I am living.
I believe in Him.

I believe He is Real.

And I believe Heaven and Hell is Real.

Do you believe Heaven is Real?

Do you believe Hell is Real?

Jesus is coming soon. Jesus is the ONLY way to heaven.

- Myss Lafunky

Monday 17 February 2014

The Day of the Lord is coming. Are You Ready?

The Day of the Lord 

I am coming quickly, and my reward is with Me, to give every one according to his work.

But the day of the Lord will come like a thief, in which the heavens will pass away with a roar and the elements will be destroyed with intense heat, and the earth and its works will be burned up. 

Since all these things are to be destroyed in this way, what sort of people ought you to be in holy conduct and godliness.

But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone. For the coming of the Son of Man will be just like the days of Noah. 

For as in those days before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, and they did not understand until the flood came and took them all away; so will the coming of the Son of Man be.

Then there will be two men in the field; one will be taken and one will be left. Two women will be grinding at the mill; one will be taken and one will be left.

                                                   Be Ready for His Coming
  Therefore be on the alert, for you do not know which day your Lord is coming. But be sure of this, that if the head of the house had known at what time of the night the thief was coming, he would have been on the alert and would not have allowed his house to be broken into.

For this reason you also must be ready; for the Son of Man is coming at an hour when you do not think He will.

Are you ready for His coming?

We are all going to die one day. 

Are you prepared for Jesus coming?

Who may ascend to heaven?

He who has a pure heart, he who lives holy.  Nothing unclean will enter heaven.

- Myss Lafunky

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(Inspired by the Testimony of Revd Park)

Friday 14 February 2014

Happy Valentine's Day

Hello Readers and Followers!

We at Myss Lafunky's Blog wish you all a Happy Valentine's day.

Remember that if today is about love, then it's about God because He's love. So have a love filled day and show that love in purity whether you're married or single. By the way, don't just show your love on Valentine's Day, it's meant to be shown everyday!

The greatest love you can show is to give your life for your friends. John 15:13 (GOD'S WORD to the Nations)

- Myss Lafunky

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Wednesday 12 February 2014

Can I Pay My Tithe in Any Church?

Hi Myss Lafunky,

Please, put a blog out on the above question. I want people's responses and opinions.

To my lovely readers and followers, kindly include your voice below using the Word of God to back up your views or any personal experience that you want to share or teachings.

- Myss Lafunky.

Monday 10 February 2014


Happy Monday readers and followers!

Have a lovely week.  Remember, don't stress this week. Take everything to God in prayer. Please, take out time today to read this post. Remember to share it with your friends.

It is a normal thing in the human journey to acquire knowledge (information) which becomes a part and parcel of our daily living. These information acquired stand as core truths and we grow in them. These truths become what we in turn use to convey certain messages to other people around us particularly when we are giving some form of advice or counsel.

Scriptures tell us that ‘we shall know the truth and the truth shall set us free’. There is freedom in knowing the truth. The reason for this freedom when we know the truth is because the truth registers within us and in the enclaves of our heart and we release freely to all without any form of limitation whatsoever. At this point the truth has become our profession.

As vital as our profession is in this context we seem to undermine the application or what I would otherwise call the practicality of this truth for our very own selves. It is quite easy to convey information to others but the self- application of this information or truth becomes a challenge. The question that arises at this point is how then can we overcome this challenge?

The only way through which this challenge can be overcome is by the test posed before our very own selves. As humans we are inclined not to appreciate any form of assessment as some are not easy to tackle when they come. God in His divine nature and reasoning had designed for tests to be the only way to ascertain whether or not we understood that truth which He had unveiled to us at differing points in time of our walk with Him to remember.

It’s also interesting that God is the only lecturer, teacher, instructor whose yardstick for measuring the addition of truth to our lives is by test which have the characteristic of pushing us in the opposite direction of the truth we have been taught. Till we are able to overcome the test continues coming in different dimensions.

I usually ask people in recent times about the truth that they have learnt under God or about the truth that they are currently learning under God or I asked them to outline the truth they have learnt under God and honestly state the ones that have registered in their heart.  However, this year 2014, there is a new dimension to this question and it goes thus- what is that truth you have being taught by God, how has it registered in your heart and to what extent have you been able to practicalise it for your own self?

This new dimension came when I discovered that I could not keep watch as a watchman to prevent something that ought not to happen from happening (let me keep the details) and I had being telling people that God has placed them as watchmen over the walls and they must function as thus. It is from this purview the issue of PROFESSION AND PRACTICALLITY OF TRUTH arose.

Child of God, the kind of life God expects you to live is a practical Christian life, hence satisfying the aspect of profession of truth is not enough, we must practicalise the same truth that we profess for our lives. Paul said that having preached the gospel may I not be a cast away.

Deducing from Paul's statement, there is the possibility of enlightening others, removing the veils from the eyes of others and not do so for oneself and end up in Hell. We all would say God forbid I end up in hell.

Beloved we must not only profess but practicalise the truth unveiled to us.

2014 God is interested in the unveiling of kingdom truth and principles as well as your compliance in practical terms to these truths he would be unveiling.

-   Oluwatosin Olatoye

About the writer: Tosin is a trained Lawyer. He lives in Warri, Nigeria.  Tosin has a passion for God and everything to do with living right for God.  Since I have known Tosin, every conversation that we have always revolves around building our faith in Christ.  

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Sunday 9 February 2014

The Bible in 4 month

Happy Sunday readers and followers!

What have you been up to?  Did you go to church today?

You are probably wondering why I'm sharing a post on a Sunday not Monday, RIghT? Though, I will still share my Monday post tomorrow, however, I was directed by God to share my Bible Plan with you. I am confident that, it will benefit at least one person.

Below is the plan (You can re-use the plan over and over again):

4 month Bible Reading Plan - Characters

How to use this reading plan:

1.    Explain This Bible Reading Plan: With this plan you will read the highlights about major characters in the Bible from Adam to Zechariah. This plan makes it easy to see the story of God's Word as you become acquainted with many important Characters in the Bible.

2.    What Translation should I use? We recommend reading the New King James Version. You can find it online in our Bible Study Helps section.

3.    Does the Translation really matter? We believe you can learn the truth of God's word from any legitimate translation to read the Bible, but beware that some "translations" are not really translations at all, but are rather Paraphrased. That means someone read the Bible and wrote it in their own words. Now, at times that may be helpful, but anywhere the author was mistaken about a passage, you will be reading the authors opinion, not what the Bible actually says. These types of "translations" often present themselves as "thought for thought" translations instead of "word for word", and truly they belong in the commentary section of your library instead of the translation section. Some examples of these would be "The Living Bible", "The Book", "The New World Translation", etc.

4.    Can I print this study plan? Yes! At the bottom of this page are links to printable MS Word and pdf document files which allow you to keep track of when you read each portion.
Do I need to start January 1st? No, you need to start today. If you begin today, you will finish 121 days from now.

5.    What if I fall behind? If you fall behind, don't worry -- just pick it back up right away so as not to fall further behind. Most weeks the reading schedule is not so rigorous that you couldn't catch up with a little extra reading.

6.    Should I do this alone or with someone? Many people find it helpful to choose a partner to help hold them accountable and encourage them in their spiritual life. It often helps for someone else to know what you are trying to do and ask you about your progress.

7.    When should I read? We have found it helpful to read the Bible as early in the day as possible. This will give you the entire day to reflect on what you have read, it also indicates its importance as we normally do our most important tasks first. As one Evangelist commonly says, “No Bible, No Breakfast. No Read, No Feed.”

8.    How is this reading plan organized? This plan is designed to have you reading some of both the Old and New Testaments each day.   

(Culled from

Sunday 2 February 2014


Happy Monday everyone, 

It's February already, this year is going pretty fast. Kindly take 5 minutes to read the post below, also share it with your friends, both believers and non believers, you never know how it would minister to them. The below post was written by Twale and I.

I want to serve God through Jesus Christ (who is the only way to heaven) but I am pulled by influences of sin .i.e. Gossip, lies, silly thought, drinking, unforgiveness, betrayal, lust, fornication, adultery, condemning others, being jealous and envious of others, malice, inappropriate dressing, not having time to pray, not having time to tell people about Christ.

When does the battle begin?

The moment your feet hit the floor!  Paul writes, ‘The moment I decide to do good, sin is there to trip me up. I truly delight in God’s commands, but...not all of me joins in that delight...’ (Romans 7:21).  

What’s happening? 

Your flesh (human nature) is at war with your spirit, seducing you into relaxing your defences. And the moment you do, it’ll ‘nail you.’ It will whisper, ‘Go ahead, it’s no big deal; everybody does it. Who’ll know anyway?’

Learn to identify that voice before it becomes a thought entertained, a deed done, a habit formed and a character ruined. Your new birth doesn’t do away with your old nature; it just brings it into sharp contrast. You may be redeemed but you still live in a carnal body. 

If you try to fight the flesh in the power of the flesh, you’ll just end up fighting yourself.

What’s the answer?

‘Walk in the Spirit, and you shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh’
(Galatians 5:16).

How do you do that?
Read the Bible everyday. Start with a daily plan of studying different characters in the Bible.  If you are struggling to motivate yourself to study a Bible Character on a daily basis, use a daily Christian devotional.  "But from there you will search again for the Lord  your God. And if you search for him with all your heart and soul, you will find him." (Deuteronomy 4:29)

Obeying God’s Word; instead of doing what comes naturally to you. If you ‘blow it’ occasionally, don’t get discouraged, keep moving ahead.  "A righteous person may fall seven times, but he gets up again. However, in a disaster wicked people fall." (Proverbs 24:16)

Make new Christian friends and new companions. "Don't let anyone deceive you. Associating with bad people will ruin decent people."  (1 Corinthians 15:33)

Take out time to pray. "One day Jesus told his disciples a story to show that they should always pray and never give up." (Luke 18:1)

Set new priorities. "Suppose you want to build a tower. You would first sit down and figure out what it costs. Then you would see if you have enough money to finish it." (Luke 14:28)  

Ask for the help of the Holy Spirit. "The helper whom I will send to you from the Father will come. This helper, the Spirit of Truth who comes from the Father, will declare the truth about me." (John 15:26)

Have a lovely week. See you next week Monday for another inspirational post. 

 - Myss Lafunky & Twale