It’s truly amazing how a peaceful, unifying action became destructive, fearful, and a matter of national emergency in the space of a few days.
It has come to some as a surprise, others a keen disappointment.
To the spiritually discerning, sad, and heartbreaking as all this is, it has never been more true as now that the weapons of our warfare are not man-made.
As I walked the street last week Friday due to the road blockage, it became clear to me then that our placards should be raised higher and not just the physical ones.
I was in a conversation recently, and the lady so aggressively stated that it was time for action. I smiled.
In just a few days, the nation seems to agree on one thing, hence, the hashtag pray for Nigeria.
The Bible clearly states that the instruments of our warfare are not of this world but they are mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds, casting down imaginations and every high thing that exalts itself above the knowledge of God.
So while we stay home and continue our peaceful protests via our social media platforms, let’s not forget to fight where it truly matters. On our knees, declaring God’s word over Nigeria, and calling out to God who can deliver and bring the change we desire.
God told me yesterday that there is a release of angels. There is a distribution of angels. Nigeria is invaded by warrior angels. The battle has been taken over. We will experience victory and peace.
Likewise, let’s continue to encourage one another, knowing that we are closer, much closer to our victory. Let’s equally pray for the comfort of every family who lost a son or daughter.