You might wanna read here before you proceed. My WWW series…
People who know me know how I absolutely hate to welcome Ms. Flo
As in, I am almost always angry to have her visit. (No I don’t have a problem saying menstrual period, I just find ‘Ms. Flo’ cooler to say)
God knows I am not being ungrateful. I love that all is working well down there but blood generally irritates me. I remember once, after being involved in an accident and obviously in pain, I did not cry till I saw blood flow…
Another reason I don’t like it is cos it comes with a lot of pain, especially on day one. The pain is incredible.
I know I shouldn’t give up but I think I have. I just accept it. *coveringmyface* But even without the pain, I just hate Ms. Flo. I take consolation in two hings
- God in His infinite mercies lets me flow for just 2days and a few hours.
- PainFULL period equals PAINLESS childbearing. I am keeping this story. Save your two kobo
“…And a woman having an issue of blood/hemorrhage/subject to bleeding for twelve years, which had spent all her living upon physicians, neither could be healed of any and derived no benefit from any…” Luke 8;43 (E’s mix version)
Reading this story does something to me. Something really painful. I can’t imagine this being me. 2days, I am tetchy and irritated by EVERYTHING. 12years!!! Sorry, i will be dead!!! I cant deal mehn.
When this story drives home and happens to someone you know, it is positively heart breaking. The full gist will be released at WhenWomenWorship themed IMELA, but I can give a sneak preview.
I didn’t know she had suffered same. Till now. And I am grateful that I didn’t know then. I am too chicken to not cry everytime. I heard even more from her husband. Where the blood could be pouring like water for weeks on end. Heavens!!! I have goose bumps every time I hear that. This was my ‘woman with the issue of blood’ in the flesh. She had been diagnosed of a certain medical condition as a teenager and had lived with this for 18years…
***Please excuse me while I go cry some more***
With this condition, Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) comes infertility and then the occasional issue of blood. Ewwwwwwwwwww.
But our God is faithful… which is why we are saying IMELA!!!
Shame to the devil and his mom-in-law, the woman with the issue of blood and labeled barren is today testifying…
***More tears. This time of joy***
The full gist? Una too like gist. Then see you at
Date; Sunday, June 16, 2013
Venue; David’s Christian Centre, Amuwo Odofin. By Fatgbems bus stop on Oshodi-Apapa expressway.
Free transport to major areas in Lagos. You can call 08028356363 or 08077714411 for transport inquiries.
The good thing is that this is NOT about Pastor M alone. This is about the same God over one who is RICH unto all. That He has done the seemingly impossible, means that my own especially is small do… So is yours.
Invite your friends and especially people you know who are trusting God for the IMPOSSIBLE especially in the area of children.
I am really excited about it. Can’t wait…
More gist on the program? Clear here And please spread word
Our God is faithful. So faithful…
PS; I discovered the MOST amazing Blog ever. Of course, it is run by a woman. Doctor, married, a kid and yoruba but lives in America. I sooooooooooo love her blog and she is anonymous!!! She makes all sorts of sense. Gosh!!! For now, she is my numero uno blogger mehn. I have a pee with blogspot/blogger hosted blogs but I love hers and take the pain to comment too. Discovered her from a comment on my blogpost WHILE YOU ARE WAITING. Thank you sisblu
The address? You have to wait for the next post. I am still enjoying it and I am in no hurry to share with you hehehehe
Yeah yeah, warreva…