My Testimony…

It has been over two months since my last post. If you’ve been following my blog from the start of the year, you would notice it’s the longest gap I have taken so far.

During this time a lot happened.

I GOT MARRIED! Yep! no kidding. The Lord has changed my life drastically in the last 10 months, I can’t fathom.

When my husband (oh yes!) and I started courting, we made an intentional decision to do it God’s way.
I, especially had been through a lot of heartbreaks in the past; I was sick and tired of that cycle repeating itself.

I remember spending time with God one day. I told Him that even if His will for my life was to remain single forever, I was okay with it as He is all I need. I prayed that prayer from the depth of my heart. Not long after that my husband and I met again (I had declined his advances the year before… long story for another day lol).

God did wonders when we decided to honour Him with our relationship. We made godly decisions and set standards. One of them was to get to know each other well enough and build a solid foundation before broadcasting our new relationship status. This part was so important to me as I had made mistakes in the past by letting the entire world know my relationship prior to building it. With all that in place (plus lots of prayers), I got proposed to and few months later married on 15th October, 2016.

MY HEART IS SUPER FULL!!!

If anyone had told me a year ago that I would be in the position that I’m in today, I would not have believed. It has been challenging yet amazing journey. The enemy rose against our union; I lost people I called loved ones, a lot were said, rumours started, I shed tears (lots of tears), BUT GOD came through. And when you have a godly and amazing man like I do, it makes it worthwhile. God taught (still teaching) us so much about ourselves and others; how to love the unloveable, how to exercise patience, how to forgive and avoid bitterness.

GOSH! WHAT A JOURNEY!!!!

I urge you, if you are in a godly relationship or are newly engaged, your priority should not be the wedding day but the MARRIAGE and your UNION. Best believe the enemy will come at you two hard. You see, satan hate godly unions because he knows when two come together in God’s name, ministries are built, souls are won, chains are broken. Therefore believer, do not be ignorant of his devices (2 Corinthians 2:11).

I believe if my husband and I had focused on anything else apart from God and prayer, we would not be where we are now. Sometimes I feel we should’ve prayed more. Truly, one must pray without ceasing.

Another thing is, when the attacks come please refrain from fighting carnally (not even with words) but rather spiritually. Remember Ephesians 6:12; For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against rulers of darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.

Frankly, I forgot about this scripture at a point (oh dear!). I felt like defending myself; I began to fight back with words (NEVER DO THAT!).

My then husband-to-be told me, “let them talk, let them attack, we will do ours with prayers”. In my head I was like “huh, are you serious?”. I would pray yet remain angry. One day, the Lord told me, “If you insist on feeding yourself, I will not feed you” (Goodness!). Right there, I knew God wanted me to let go of the pain and anger. I was trying to defend myself in the physical which hardened my heart towards God.

In addition, I realised it was a distraction sent by the enemy. My focus was more on the hurt others caused me than the union I was building. I knew it was time to let go. As painful as it was, I did. My oh my, the peace of God that came thereafter was heavy on me.

I do believe this is just the beginning. The enemy will try it again, nevertheless I know how to conquer him and that is through prayer.

God is good y’all. He is NOT a man that He should lie nor a son of man that He should repent (Numbers 23:19). People will talk (a lot), they will marvel at how high God is elevating you and that is okay; because when God moves, it goes beyond our human mind. Just remain humble, walk in His will and everything He has prepared for you before the foundation of the earth will manifest.

He is the Beginning and the End. He is Great and Mighty. Alpha and Omega. The First and the Last. NOTHING goes unnoticed with Him. He sees your hard work and dedication to the Kingdom. He will reward you with the joy and peace you are looking for. Listen, just stay true and faithful to Him. SEEK HIM DILIGENTLY!      

I testify to the Glory of Almighty God that He will do what He has said He would do in His own time. All that I am is by the grace of God. The Elohim!

Now to my husband, my king, the head of my household, the father of my future babies, my prayer partner, my macho man, my one and only, my Special, my Boaz, my Adam (yess ooh I’ll continue), my Solomon, my Samson, my lover, abi you know dada (you already know). I love you more than words could ever describe. Thank you for loving God the way you do, thank you for being different, thank you for finding and pursuing me (as difficult as it was lol), thank you for coming back for me (in my stubborn days lol) thank you for honouring me, thank you for being you. I bless the womb that carried and nurtured you. Just know that God is on our side and we will build His ministries together.

To all who have been on my side through thick and thin, my family, friends, the gifts, laughter, joy and happiness. May God bless you beyond your wildest dreams. I love you all.

Signed,
Mrs Eunice Twum-Osene.

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2 thoughts on “My Testimony…

  1. Thank you for being open about how the enemy did everything possible to try and drive a wedge between you and your now husband. It’s important for those of us who are single and waiting for God’s timing to recognize that when God does bring two together for his purpose, the enemy will attempt to prevent the two from joining as one. And, the enemy will try to attack the union after the wedding day. Even so, with God, we all can overcome those attacks.
    Also, you are so right about the focus should be on the marriage not the wedding. So many in today’s culture have a mindset that the wedding day is the most significant part of the marriage that they spend so much money on that day instead of saving and/or putting the money into things that are important after the wedding day.
    What a beautiful story and congratulations! 🙂

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    1. God gets all the glory Hun. He only gives us the wisdom and strength in all situations. The wedding day is nothing compared to the rest of our lives and as such requires a lot of prayers. Thanks so much for reading and the wishes. I pray in His own time, His best will find you. xx

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