Skeptics and the Shifts

I was in church for the first time in a very long time since COVID happened. Evidently, so much is never going to be the same again. I know it is human to easily forget our traumas and return to life, like nothing really happened but it seems we are unaware that this particular trauma…

Defaults and Designs

For over 39 years I have enjoyed divine health from God that the last time I was in a hospital for anything major was 1986, then 1993 when I was hit by a car on my day of fast. Not one time had the things God put in my body given me a reason to…

Already Done

Walking an unknown pathway is not strange, every known one was once an unknown pathway. Still, ‘directional signages’ are helpful in making smart choices; though the edge of adventure may be far removed. So, what will it be?A journey or an adventure? Your choices will not matter in the end; believe me, you will soon…

Interlude

It is 10 years today that I have been blogging on http://www.AkinWaleEkunDayo.com I have been relatively quiet these days. A friend asked me, few days back, why haven’t I been blogging much lately. My response was simple – “I write when I have something to say.” Have I become so bereft of words that I…

Be of Good Courage!

I woke up this morning with so heavy a burden on my heart. As I meditate on the word of God, these two gave me context and perspective; even in present troubles. 1. Psalms 27:1‭-‬14 2. A message from Bishop T.D.Jakes. https://youtu.be/1EWU_ImYFh0 These are the wordings of the Scriptures: “The Lord is my light and…

Faith for Works

I live in a row of flats that necessitate some sort of shared facilities; wherein, something as simple as a fault in the water pumping system requires a meeting of many tenants to resolve. It is amazing how many back and forth is necessary before simple things get resolved. Among us are some, who don’t…

Seasons

There comes a time in life when time happens to us all; when we all will run out of ‘juices’ not because we are dry(far from it), but because time has taken away the support structure that we once had. For some that structure is family; for some, it is friends; for some, it is…

The Flaw in Expediency

A couple of days ago, I stumbled on a woman with two children, frantically searching a waste dump for food for her children. The part that hurt me deepest was that this waste dump is nested in the neighbourhood of the affluent. In the midst of the affluence, she had no one to look upon…

What Matters Are Within Your Power of Choice

If there is anything that has made me think deeply more than anything else in my lifetime, it is the matter with people and the choices they make. As much as choices determine most of what happens in our lives, there are few of them we do not have the power to choose: to whom…

This Thing Called Mentoring . . .

Moses led (not mentored) Joshua, but Joshua didn’t start his ministry while Moses was alive…same for Elisha to Elijah…same for Disciples to Jesus Christ! None of them went to wake the dead for instructions…the same Holy Spirit that was on their leader was who came on them (for some in double portion). They did greater…