Lessons From My Favourite Love Story 2

Happy bright morning dearies!

I hope you slept well?

I woke up with some lessons in my spirit on listening to God, I can’t reproduce it here but I tweeted it though, so if you haven’t followed me on twitter please do @Elegant_frances and check the tweets out. *smiles*


If you missed the first part of this series, please check it out here 

The lessons continue…


I have being in Nigerian Law School Lagos since last year and one thing that’s seems like second nature to the so-called tushed up girls is terrible attitudes!

Like seriously, you talk to them and they look at you like you are scum, like you are trash.

I know this is not just peculiar to NLS girls alone as I’ve being a girl for as long as I can remember (lol) and I’ve been a recipient or maybe even a giver (hides face) of a terrible attitude. (Most times to the guy that attempts to toast me that I don’t like)

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Lessons From My Favourite Love Story 1

As at the time I wrote this in February, I personally felt like I had being listening to too much marriage and relationship talks and I was thirsty for career/take on the world/live in purpose talks… But I opened my Bible that morning and the lessons the Holy Spirit opened my eyes to see just kept pouring in and it hasn’t stopped.

As at on Monday when I re-read the passage in preparation for this series, new revelations kept springing up and one would think that I’ve never read the passage before sef.

I will be sharing them daily, a post a day, starting from today.

Tis for both guys and girls too, so sit tight and let’s roll….

Genesis 24

Abraham, the big oga who God favoured enough to show himself to, have such amazing covenants with and even send angels to visit him in his house, had grown old and was about to die. (btw, can you imagine relating with God on such a paddy level? But I digress)

He called his servant, blessed him and asked him to go look for a wife for Isaac. Abraham gave the servant specific instructions to get a wife for Isaac from Abraham’s homeland.

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