Tue. Jul 14th, 2020

39 thoughts on “Wrong Bus

  1. At times we feel God is not fast enough and we want to catalyse the process* Strong point raised. As much as we need to play our part in life and try to make things happen I know we should always remember that ‘Man proposes, God disposes’
    We thank God for this because He helps us filter wrong choices, eliminating the bad roads we built. We grieve in such situations forgetting to look at the brighter side of every situation but thanks for this post which has given us more insight. God bless you richly.

  2. At times we feel God is not fast enough and we want to catalyse the process* Strong point raised. As much as we need to play our part in life and try to make things happen I know we should always remember that ‘Man proposes, God disposes’
    We thank God for this because He helps us filter wrong choices, eliminating the bad roads we built. We grieve in such situations forgetting to look at the brighter side of every situation but thanks for this post which has given us more insight. God bless you richly.

  3. At times we feel God is not fast enough and we want to catalyse the process* Strong point raised. As much as we need to play our part in life and try to make things happen I know we should always remember that ‘Man proposes, God disposes’
    We thank God for this because He helps us filter wrong choices, eliminating the bad roads we built. We grieve in such situations forgetting to look at the brighter side of every situation but thanks for this post which has given us more insight. God bless you richly.

  4. At times we feel God is not fast enough and we want to catalyse the process* Strong point raised. As much as we need to play our part in life and try to make things happen I know we should always remember that ‘Man proposes, God disposes’
    We thank God for this because He helps us filter wrong choices, eliminating the bad roads we built. We grieve in such situations forgetting to look at the brighter side of every situation but thanks for this post which has given us more insight. God bless you richly.

  5. Dainty!! This is an awesome post. I can relate to your struggles with the Lagos transport system as this would be my fourth year in Lagos and I only started taking myself around with public transport last year, so my newbie experience is still fresh in mind.

    I too have had to wait for God’s time in many things. Most recent of which is my admission and why I haven’t started formal tertiary education. For some reasons, when I got admitted into schools my parents would change their mind about it. They said they just didn’t feel right about them.

    We finally found the one with which we felt God would be well pleased. The catch? The admission process was the most rigorous of all I’ve ever applied to. And now I have to wait till August to begin. But I’m keeping myself busy till then.

    With hindsight, I’m okay with it now. As with each passing day, my eyes are opened to reasons why I needed the break before going into school immediately. But initially it was something else. I wanted to die.(just kidding) It was made worse by the fact that all my friends were in school and would be hitting me up from time to time with, “Guy how far na?, where are you now?” And questions like that, which are not meant to annoy, but end up annoying you because of condition.

    So that’s why I agree with you so much. It really is more difficult when it seems others are getting ahead. But If we all could see the end from the beginning, no one would need to tell us that these waiting periods are for our good.

    As we are not endowed with such ability, we have to rely on our trust and confidence in God. I’ve come to the point where I know that God would not lead me a ditch. That these waiting periods would be worth it in the end.

    Thank you for re-enforcing my belief!

  6. Dainty!! This is an awesome post. I can relate to your struggles with the Lagos transport system as this would be my fourth year in Lagos and I only started taking myself around with public transport last year, so my newbie experience is still fresh in mind.

    I too have had to wait for God’s time in many things. Most recent of which is my admission and why I haven’t started formal tertiary education. For some reasons, when I got admitted into schools my parents would change their mind about it. They said they just didn’t feel right about them.

    We finally found the one with which we felt God would be well pleased. The catch? The admission process was the most rigorous of all I’ve ever applied to. And now I have to wait till August to begin. But I’m keeping myself busy till then.

    With hindsight, I’m okay with it now. As with each passing day, my eyes are opened to reasons why I needed the break before going into school immediately. But initially it was something else. I wanted to die.(just kidding) It was made worse by the fact that all my friends were in school and would be hitting me up from time to time with, “Guy how far na?, where are you now?” And questions like that, which are not meant to annoy, but end up annoying you because of condition.

    So that’s why I agree with you so much. It really is more difficult when it seems others are getting ahead. But If we all could see the end from the beginning, no one would need to tell us that these waiting periods are for our good.

    As we are not endowed with such ability, we have to rely on our trust and confidence in God. I’ve come to the point where I know that God would not lead me a ditch. That these waiting periods would be worth it in the end.

    Thank you for re-enforcing my belief!

  7. There’s something encouraging about other’s testimonies such as yours. I’m like wow! You just shed more light on this. Thank you so much. I’m amazed by what God is doing in your life Kelechi! God bless!

  8. There’s something encouraging about other’s testimonies such as yours. I’m like wow! You just shed more light on this. Thank you so much. I’m amazed by what God is doing in your life Kelechi! God bless!

  9. Dainty!! This is an awesome post. I can relate to your struggles with the Lagos transport system as this would be my fourth year in Lagos and I only started taking myself around with public transport last year, so my newbie experience is still fresh in mind.

    I too have had to wait for God’s time in many things. Most recent of which is my admission and why I haven’t started formal tertiary education. For some reasons, when I got admitted into schools my parents would change their mind about it. They said they just didn’t feel right about them.

    We finally found the one with which we felt God would be well pleased. The catch? The admission process was the most rigorous of all I’ve ever applied to. And now I have to wait till August to begin. But I’m keeping myself busy till then.

    With hindsight, I’m okay with it now. As with each passing day, my eyes are opened to reasons why I needed the break before going into school immediately. But initially it was something else. I wanted to die.(just kidding) It was made worse by the fact that all my friends were in school and would be hitting me up from time to time with, “Guy how far na?, where are you now?” And questions like that, which are not meant to annoy, but end up annoying you because of condition.

    So that’s why I agree with you so much. It really is more difficult when it seems others are getting ahead. But If we all could see the end from the beginning, no one would need to tell us that these waiting periods are for our good.

    As we are not endowed with such ability, we have to rely on our trust and confidence in God. I’ve come to the point where I know that God would not lead me a ditch. That these waiting periods would be worth it in the end.

    Thank you for re-enforcing my belief!

  10. Dainty!! This is an awesome post. I can relate to your struggles with the Lagos transport system as this would be my fourth year in Lagos and I only started taking myself around with public transport last year, so my newbie experience is still fresh in mind.

    I too have had to wait for God’s time in many things. Most recent of which is my admission and why I haven’t started formal tertiary education. For some reasons, when I got admitted into schools my parents would change their mind about it. They said they just didn’t feel right about them.

    We finally found the one with which we felt God would be well pleased. The catch? The admission process was the most rigorous of all I’ve ever applied to. And now I have to wait till August to begin. But I’m keeping myself busy till then.

    With hindsight, I’m okay with it now. As with each passing day, my eyes are opened to reasons why I needed the break before going into school immediately. But initially it was something else. I wanted to die.(just kidding) It was made worse by the fact that all my friends were in school and would be hitting me up from time to time with, “Guy how far na?, where are you now?” And questions like that, which are not meant to annoy, but end up annoying you because of condition.

    So that’s why I agree with you so much. It really is more difficult when it seems others are getting ahead. But If we all could see the end from the beginning, no one would need to tell us that these waiting periods are for our good.

    As we are not endowed with such ability, we have to rely on our trust and confidence in God. I’ve come to the point where I know that God would not lead me a ditch. That these waiting periods would be worth it in the end.

    Thank you for re-enforcing my belief!

  11. There’s something encouraging about other’s testimonies such as yours. I’m like wow! You just shed more light on this. Thank you so much. I’m amazed by what God is doing in your life Kelechi! God bless!

  12. There’s something encouraging about other’s testimonies such as yours. I’m like wow! You just shed more light on this. Thank you so much. I’m amazed by what God is doing in your life Kelechi! God bless!

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