My Journey To Revelation by Olusegun Agunbiade

My Journey To Revelation by Olusegun Agunbiade


 


My journey began at Genesis through Exodus. On my way I saw Leviticus recording Numbers of people at Deuteronomywhile Joshua was strongly behind the Judges to unite Ruthand Samuel  in the absence of the two sitting Kings of Chronicles who in their country had made an impromptu visit to Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther for the misfortune of Job their kinsman. I also noticed one old man called Papa Psalmteaching the doctrinal lessons of Proverbs concerning Ecclesiastesand Songs of Solomon to the community children. I was lost in the teaching of this man when I heard a loud outburst; it was Isaiah and Jeremiahin deep Lamentation for Ezekiel and Daniel, their business partners. I eventually got to my destination only to meet the absence of my hosts Amos and Obadiah. Thanks to the company of Hosea, Joeland Jonah while I waited for my friends. I will also not forget the kind gestures of Micah and Nahum. I was happy seeing my friends, saw them about two years ago when I relocated to Habakkuk. I enjoyed my stay at Zephaniahand I equally made new friends there – Haggai and Zechariah who taught me that the old practices and traditions of man will end at the gate called Malachi.

When I got back home from my journey, I noticed that the powers that be had changed the laws of the land. I also got the report that my brother Matthew and my three children Mark , Luke and John got involved in Acts with the Romans and the Corinthians who were at loggerhead with the Galatians. I quickly sent for my cousins Ephesians and Philippians to come to my rescue. Our neighbors’ Colossiansand Thessalonians came to the scene with Timothy who had gone to the house of Titus to teach from Philemon his younger brother how to learn and write in Hebrews. On getting there, James and Peterexplained to them how we had lived the past in hatred so John and Judeopened our eyes to see the Revelation of how Jesus Christ had come to unite us as brothers.

 

Agunbiade Olusegun Caleb

I have not reached my destination but the truth is that I am not where I used to be and am proud to be a student of the department of continuos learning….faculty of never ending improvement great citadel of success.

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My journey began at Genesis through Exodus. On my way I saw Leviticus recording Numbers of people at Deuteronomywhile Joshua was strongly behind the Judges to unite Ruthand Samuel  in the absence of the two sitting Kings of Chronicles who in their country had made an impromptu visit to Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther for the misfortune of Job their kinsman. I also noticed one old man called Papa Psalmteaching the doctrinal lessons of Proverbs concerning Ecclesiastesand Songs of Solomon to the community children. I was lost in the teaching of this man when I heard a loud outburst; it was Isaiah and Jeremiahin deep Lamentation for Ezekiel and Daniel, their business partners. I eventually got to my destination only to meet the absence of my hosts Amos and Obadiah. Thanks to the company of Hosea, Joeland Jonah while I waited for my friends. I will also not forget the kind gestures of Micah and Nahum. I was happy seeing my friends, saw them about two years ago when I relocated to Habakkuk. I enjoyed my stay at Zephaniahand I equally made new friends there – Haggai and Zechariah who taught me that the old practices and traditions of man will end at the gate called Malachi.

When I got back home from my journey, I noticed that the powers that be had changed the laws of the land. I also got the report that my brother Matthew and my three children Mark , Luke and John got involved in Acts with the Romans and the Corinthians who were at loggerhead with the Galatians. I quickly sent for my cousins Ephesians and Philippians to come to my rescue. Our neighbors’ Colossiansand Thessalonians came to the scene with Timothy who had gone to the house of Titus to teach from Philemon his younger brother how to learn and write in Hebrews. On getting there, James and Peterexplained to them how we had lived the past in hatred so John and Judeopened our eyes to see the Revelation of how Jesus Christ had come to unite us as brothers.

 

Agunbiade Olusegun Caleb

I have not reached my destination but the truth is that I am not where I used to be and am proud to be a student of the department of continuos learning….faculty of never ending improvement great citadel of success.

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