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‘My Journey From Darkness To Light’ 
Olabisi Obideyi

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Following a Holy Spirit encounter in 2004, Pastor Olabisi became founder and senior pastor of Freedom House International Ministries. She is also CEO of Divine Grace Enterprises Limited, a Christian publishing company dedicated to Christian book publishing, flyer designs, logos and other kingdom glorifying designs and print work.

 Further to her initial deliverance experience detailed in this book, Pastor Olabisi had another stunning ‘open vision’ encounter of heaven and hell in the latter part of 2004. Her amazing extended vision of heaven and hell now form the contents of her other popular book titled Hell on Earth.

 The combination of her experiences has further strengthened her passion to spread the Good News of Christ’s deliverance powers across the world using all available avenues including television, radio, Internet and also through her Holy Spirit-inspired writings. Pastor Olabisi holds an LLB (hons) degree in law. 


From Darkness to Light is about the extraordinary testimony of Olabisi Obideyi, an ordinary woman whose life dramatically changed when she experienced the deliverance powers of Christ Jesus. It is a must- read for anyone seeking genuine spiritual freedom and fulfillment of his or her life purpose.

The Beginning of My Journey

“And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto death. Therefore rejoice, ye heavens and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the seal for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time”.                                                   ─ Revelation 12:11-12   

 With spiritual hindsight and insight, I am now convinced that my spiritual journey of revelations actually began long before my conscious awakening─which took place in the year 2004. My spiritual journey started in the year 1995 with some major, significant dreams. Prior to having these significant dreams, my dream world was always a very busy one, full of all kinds of strange pictures and faces. To avoid worrying over the meaning of these dreams, I always tried not to attach too much importance to them. However, on several occasions I would reach out for my Bible in the middle of the night to place it under my pillow after having one of these nightmares─dreams. This was the main use I had for my Bible then, and it seemed to work at all times because soon after I placed my Bible under my pillow I would fall back asleep. When the nightmares became too frequent, I made underneath my pillow a permanent home for my Bible and strangely enough, having the Bible stationed permanently under my pillow afforded me some sort of sleep confidence.

      In the year 1995, I had a memorable dream that I believe had some significant meaning that went beyond my normal, busy mortal dream life. In this dream I found myself somewhere above the clouds and right in front of me were three, beyond my comprehension─powerful looking handsome men. They were so extraordinarily unusual and none like them on earth. They were wearing huge white robes. The one in the middle was sitting whilst the other two were standing beside him on their feet─one on the left and the other on the right. It was as if they summoned me there to tell me something or remind me of something. However, I was so fascinated by their amazing beauty that I did not hear or understand what was being said. The one in the middle did most of the talking and the other two smiled at me a lot.  After the one in the middle finished speaking, he stretched out his hand toward me and from his hand came a staff to mine. Before I could ask any questions, the three men disappeared and I saw a staircase leading all the way down from the place that is above the clouds to the open earth space.

     With the staff in hand, I descended from the stairs all the way down and when I got to the bottom of the stairs, I found myself right in the midst of a large crowd. It was as if they knew I was coming because they appeared really desperate and impatient for my arrival. As I stepped down from the last step, the crowd surged toward me from every angle and I became scared. It seemed as though they were going to squeeze the life right out of me. Out of fear, I started running away from them. The more I ran the closer they were getting to me. Still very afraid─but tremendously relieved, I woke- up from the dream. I knew at the time that the dream must have some significance, but I had no idea what it could be.

     In the following year, I had another dream which I also thought must be of great importance. In that dream, I saw a man glowing like light, standing face to face with me. The man taught me a prayer and told me to recite the prayer when I wake-up and also that I should not worry because all is well. The prayer was a short one and it went something like this:

 “Thank You O Lord for all that You have done for me.  Forgive me O Lord my sins. Continue O Lord to have mercy upon me so that I may rest and abide with You forever. In Jesus’ name I have prayed”.

 The moment I awoke, I wrote down the prayer and recited it. From that day onward, I would recite that prayer whenever I felt down or saddened, and I would always feel relieved afterward.

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Chapter Two


In Pursuit of Vain Happiness


Is there not an appointed time to man upon earth? are not his days also like the days of an hireling? As a servant earnestly desireth the shadow, and as an hireling looketh for the reward of his work: So am I made to possess months of vanity, and wearisome nights are appointed to me. When I lie down, I say, When shall I arise, and the night be gone? and I am full of tossings to and fro unto the dawning of the day”.                                     ─Job 7:1-4  


 Whilst all the spiritual things were going on in my life, my human (natural) life was not what I considered as fantastic, but it was not what many would consider terrible either. In the year 1997, I realised my lifelong ambition to study Law and soon after completing my degree, I managed to secure a job that same year. I wasn’t long in my job before I got promoted and soon after, my husband and I got a breakthrough to purchase our own house. We moved into our new house in the year 2000 and in the following year, I got another job closer to our new home with a higher salary.  However, although everything seemed to be going according to plan, for some reason I was deeply unhappy and did not know why. By the time I started my new job in 2001, I could not wait to get yet another job. What I had thought would make me happily fulfilled did not. Often times, once I had achieved my desired goal, I would immediately think of pursuing something else, and this need to keep on pursuing one thing or the other was like an addictive problem I was suffering from for, which there is no cure. 

      Even though I considered myself a faithful Christian, my spiritual life appeared to be non-existent. I did not know how to pray nor did I know where to find anything in the Bible. My main use of the Bible was placing it under my pillow to protect me against nightmares. Occasionally, I would recite the prayer that I got in my dream back in 1996, but unlike before it did not satisfy me the way it had before. I had the feeling I needed to be doing something more and was mostly frustrated for not specifically knowing what it was that I needed to do more of. I felt so empty and void inside.

      To try and help this situation I became a regular churchgoer. I thought going to church regularly would help, but it did not. To make matters worse, I felt no one could understand how I was feeling since I could not even understand it myself, let alone able to explain it to anyone to make them understand. To worsen the situation further, it was as if my good run was fully over. I had reached a point where nothing I did worked anymore and all doors of progression seemed to be firmly shut. In the midst of these mounting problems in my every day life, I became very depressed about everything. I hated every single thing about my life and hated the world even more; which as far as I was concerned is full of nothing but injustice, inequality and unfairness.

      To heighten my social image profile, I had taken on cigarette smoking and drinking some years back. However, in the thick of this inner-struggle, my depression escalated. Indulging in smoking and drinking became the very height of my comfort zone and no longer a mere expression of my believed social status. Therefore, I considered anyone who would suggest that I give up drinking and smoking as my enemy. I could not think of anything to replace my drinking and smoking habit with and the more I saw cigarette smoking and heavy alcohol consumption as my only comfort, the more I wanted to deepen my relationship with alcohol and cigarette smoking.  Most of the time I felt trapped doing what I did not enjoy and this made me even sadder because I could not envision any possible way out. 

  I had always enjoyed helping people and felt somehow very frustrated for not being in the position I ideally wish to be in, to be able help people as much as I desire to. Consequently, in my frustrations, I became an emotional wreck and was very tearful most of the time for no apparent reason. Life on earth started to feel more like everyday hell.  The more I looked at the world the more it appeared as a prison, and seeing the world this way made me feel more helpless and hopeless.  The more hopeless I became the more I began to see taking my life as the only way out from the world. I had an unexplainable burden and felt extremely frustrated that no one seemed to be available anywhere to help shift or share my burden. My life became a vicious cycle of repeated daily routines. Everything became increasingly frustrating and monotonous. I felt like I was in search of something but the worst aspect was I had no idea what it was I was looking for. I felt completely alone and it was as if no one was available to help me.

     The more I deliberated on my life the more depressed I became. The more depressed I got the more I kept on thinking I was better off dead than to continue to live in a world that was now appearing as a hell-hole full of many sorrows. The strangest thing in all of this was that everyone around me looked up to me and saw me as someone with great potentials. As a result, I felt I had no one around me that I could speak to, who would understand what I was going through. I felt somehow strangely isolated and the more isolated I felt, the more God began to appear as an enemy rather than a friend.

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