Wake up! Why are you sleeping?


Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Romans12:11(NIV).

We are in a very critical time…the end is not only near but here. This is a deadly hour, too deadly for any Christian to be lukewarm! Jesus said in Revelation 3:16 ‘So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth’. How can anyone at this time choose to be a ‘yoyo’ Christian?! This is the period of awakening. This is the period of revival. This is the time to be on fire for the Lord.! This is not the time to be asleep, rather it’s a time to be awake and ready for the coming of the Lord!.

You’ll have to hire a complete dummy to help you deny the signs of the end time that are already upon us. Evil is so thick in the air, shameless acts of immorality have become fashionable, shedding of innocent blood is where some derive their joy and those in authority demonstrate their strength through their hardness of heart and callousness… everything in the world has gone upside down!

We see the prophecies concerning these last days written in the Bible playing out before us. Beloved Christian brother or sister, it’s time to wake up from your slumber! It’s time you begin again to take those spiritual exercises you once treasured and did diligently seriously again. The time is ticking and the Church of Christ is about to be taken out of the scene. You must not be found here after we are gone! Do all you can to escape the evil that will prevail and rule on earth after the Church. Remember the words of our Lord in Luke 21:34-36 ‘And take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and so that day come upon you unawares.
For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth.
Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.


Learn to Persist

How people fail and loose so easily in the battles of life because of their indiscipline to persist in prayer.

Proverbs 24:10 says “If thou faint in the day of adversity, thy strength is small.” You see why you should never be defeated by your situation?. Don’t ever give up your desire, go for it!!!
The truth is, there are things you’ll never pull from the spirit realm and there are levels you’ll never attainwith God if you
don’t persist in the place of prayer.

This is one way God tests
the strength of your desire and the sincerity of your hunger for spiritual depths. Did you ever read of Jacob, how he wouldn’t let the angel of the Lord go until he blessed him?.(Genesis 32:26). The Bible says he wrestled in prayer with the Lord till day break(Hosea12:4,Genesis 32:24).Amazing!

Elijah wanted to hold back rain from falling on the earth, the Bible says he prayed earnestly and continually (James 5:17-18). My goodness! I understand exactly what that means
because I’ve been there many times.
This kind of praying is not what you do for 20minutes,then you get up and say ‘praise God,hallelujah, I have it’. No, this kind of prayer is what you do when you want a definite and immediate change in your persisting situation, when you want to move
into higher realms with God, when you want to see the salvation of hardened souls,when you want to change the decrees and laws given by the government of your nation or
state that don’t favour the gospel, when you want to bring revival to your world etc. You can also pray like this to change the course of your life!
The sad thing is that so many give up easily. When they are just about to get the answer is when they give up. No, don’t be a failure!! My life is a testimony: persistent prayer is what
brought me this far in my understanding of God’s word, manifesting spiritual gifts and hearing the voice of God.

The fact is, if you’re really serious about what you want then you’ll be serious about getting it. But remember, if you refuse to be serious about getting it then you have no option than to stay with what you have(which cannot actually take you far).

fact about teeth.

In the sections below I have included some facts about
teeth that I’ve come across when writing various articles.
If you’re also writing about teeth, feel free to use the
facts below but please give attribution to this page.
You may also find our page on dental statistics useful.
What are teeth?

  1. Teeth are the hardest substance of your entire body.
    Enamel is a rock-hard mineral! Once damage is
    sustained, enamel cannot regrow or heal itself.
    Strengthen your enamel with toothpastes and
    mouthwashes, and eat plenty of foods containing
  2. Teeth aren’t bones , despite the fact that they are both
    hard, white, and contain calcium. Unlike bones, teeth
    can’t heal themselves or grow back if they suffer damage.
  3. Enamel protects the dentine beneath it, which is made
    from living cells and calcified tissue.
  4. Teeth look yellow when the white enamel is worn down
    , causing it to become translucent. The weaker the
    enamel, the more the yellow of the dentine beneath
    colours the tooth. Another way your teeth lose their
    whiteness is through regular contact with food and drinks
    that cause surface stains , such as coffee and tobacco.
    Whitening pastes have a higher abrasive quality which
    gently wears away surface stains.
  5. Only two thirds of your teeth are visible . The rest is
    hidden inside your gum. Gums need just as much
    attention as teeth in your oral health care regime. Plaque
    left on teeth causes tooth decay. Don’t forgot to brush,
    floss and use mouthwash two to three times a day.
  6. Flossing is important because it allows you to remove
    plaque from below the gum line, where a toothbrush can’t
    reach. Looking after your gums is important in preventing
    periodontal disease, which creates pockets around your
    teeth. This is just one way you can loose teeth by not
    brushing and flossing regularly.
  7. Children’s teeth must be brushed as soon as the first
    tooth shows! Parents can gently clean the tooth with a
    muslin cloth wrapped around the finger or with a very
    soft-bristled brush. Read more advice here .
    Weird Teeth Facts
  8. How your teeth are arranged in your mouth is as
    unique as your fingerprint — nobody else has a
    smile like yours!
  9. Women smile more than men , and children are 26
    times more likely to laugh than an adult.
  10. China has an annual ‘ Love your Teeth’ day on 20
  11. Teeth start to form in the womb .
  12. Humans spend 38.5 days of their lives brushing
    their teeth.
  13. The average human produces 25,000 quarts of
    saliva in their lifetime — enough to fill two
    swimming pools.
  14. Mosquitos have twice as many teeth as humans .
    The average adult human has 32 teeth.
  15. There is enough fluoride in a tube of toothpaste to
    kill a small child. Make sure you encourage your
    little one to spit out their paste after brushing.
    Food, Drink and Teeth
  16. Cheese can protect your teeth ! It creates a
    protective layer around your teeth which neutralises
    the acid in plaque.
  17. Everyone knows red wine can stain teeth, but did
    you know some of the other worst offenders
    include curry sauce, balsamic dressing and
  18. You can create a natural protective barrier to
    prevent staining before a main meal by eating a
    leafy salad or steamed veg .
  19. Brushing within half an hour of eating or drinking
    certain foods can actually damage enamel as the
    enamel is softer. Wait an hour before brushing.
  20. Your saliva is your best natural defence against
    staining, so sip water regularly .
  21. Dried fruit is worse for your teeth than normal fruit.
    The drying process releases free sugars which can
    contribute to a build up of plaque.
    Tooth Decay Facts
  22. Tooth decay occurs when acids from food and
    drink create plaque , which dissolves enamel.
  23. Plaque starts to form 4 hours after brushing.
  24. Plaque contains over 300 species of bacteria .
    Using an anti-bacterial mouthrinse will help to key
    bad bacteria at bay.
  25. The NHS estimates 1 in 3 adults have tooth decay.
  26. The number one chronic child disease is tooth
    decay; it’s 5 times more common than asthma and
    7 times more common than hay fever.
  27. If left untreated, tooth decay in children can lead to
    malnourishment, problems in speaking and
    learning, and even death.
  28. Sugar is a major contributor to tooth decay . As
    well as being wary of candy and other overtly-
    sweet foods, check the sugar content of everything
    from ketchup to yoghurt. Don’t forget your
    allowance is 90g a day, and that includes hidden
    sugar in foods like fruit and vegetables.
    Teeth through Time
  29. People used to brush their teeth using twigs or
    their fingers before toothbrushes were invented.
    The first toothbrush tools date back to 3500 BC to
    Egyptian times.
  30. In Roman times people would use sterile urine as a
  31. Hundreds of years ago, people used to attempt to
    cure tooth decay by boiling dogs teeth in wine .
  32. The Greeks and Romans used to make an abrasive
    paste out of broken eggshells, bones, ox hooves
    and ashes before toothpaste was invented.
    10 Fun Teeth Facts for Kids
  33. Your teeth are hard on the outside and soft on the
    inside . The hard, white part that you can see is
    called ‘enamel.’ Your enamel means that you can
    chew food without hurting the soft part underneath.
  34. Teeth are the hardest part of your body , even
    harder than bones!
  35. Although teeth and bones look the same colour
    and are hard, teeth aren’t bones.
  36. Rats’ teeth are constantly growing , causing them
    to feel a permanent itch. That is why they are
    constantly nibbling and gnawing on everything they
    can get their paws on! Once your baby teeth fall
    out, you will grow your adult teeth, which last
  37. Sweets and candy make a bad acid in your mouth
    which hurts teeth. Make sure you brush for two
    minutes every time you do your teeth to keep them
    nice and healthy.
  38. Your mouth will make enough saliva in your lifetime
    to fill two swimming pools!
  39. You use four different types of teeth in your mouth
    to eat: incisors, canine, premolars and molars.
  40. A t-rex dinosaur had 60 teeth , but you only have
    about 20!
  41. Nobody else in the whole world has the same
    shapes of teeth as you — your smile is special.
  42. For Spanish children, Perez the Mouse visits to take
    their teeth that have fallen out instead of the Tooth
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