Who are we asking?

Hello everyone,

I know it has been a very long while, I know…..what’s the reason for the hiatus?? I’ve just been ‘soaked up’ in my dissertation for the past 6 weeks. I can’t believe I am actually typing up a post now. I will fully resume blogging 2 weeks from today [Please bear with me!!]

One thing is certain-I miss blogging a lot. It is only a matter of time before this phase [dissertation phase] will be over. I hope I’m forgiven? Also I want to thank those that checked on me to find out why there’s been no post lately and those who kept checking relentlessly for new posts. I really appreciate the gestures! I have a lil’ something to share today…….

Throughout today, I’ve sanely [not intentionally but sanely] cut myself three times while doing certain stuffs around the house. Two of which I know the cause, and one which I have no idea. So while I was typing up my work tonight, a thought came to my mind………

Ask Google!!!

Today I am owning up to the fact that I’ve ask Google more questions than I’ve asked any human being and God. Oh yeah! Here’s what I typed: ‘why did I cut myself severally today?’ and you know the rest…there was no satisfying answer,of course. And then, I realised how we, humans, seek answers from the wrong places, people, even things.

Something bad [or something unexpected] happens, and we look for that friend, that colleague, that search engine, that professional/expert and so on; to give us answers. We forget the one who holds the answers to all questions. How do I know that? Isaiah 46:10 [I love how the New living translation puts the message across] says

‘only I (God) can tell you the future before it even happens. Everything I plan will surely come to pass, for I do whatever I wish’

I am not saying that I was meant to ask God: Baba, why all these cuts today nah?? that’s just a prelude. Hopefully, I won’t be asking Google any more silly questions. My point is: let us return to asking God all the unanswered questions in our hearts, He has the perfect answers. No man, thing(Siri) or search engine (Google) can give you accurate answers where your future, present and past is concerned.

This is the little piece of encouragement I’ve today. So henceforth, Let’s ask God, not friends, family or Google. [lol]

Stay blessed! Will be back soon…Please share

P.S Ever asked Google (any other search engine) a silly question? Let’s have it…

Princess Okechukwu!





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