Rise Again!

At the beginning of new time-markers, we tend to celebrates and follow up with new reviews and resolutions. Often times, we do not take much to heart with respect to what has been, what is and what would be. We begin on a fresh canvass and start off the new that must become old soon,…

A Choice That Will Not Disappoint

Walking with the LORD, who lives in heaven, whose footstool is the earth, is an almost inconceivable idea . . . but that is the whole idea behind God’s mysteries [hidden secrets]. He is God; big enough to inhabit heaven and earth at the same time; and small enough to inhabit the hearts of men…

The Price of Preservation

In light of present realities and the evident despondency that is carefully masked by both the leaders and the followers, I have been spending time with God, eavesdropping on what the colors of the days to come might be . . . Unfortunately, the strategies that will salvage many people will be treated with scorn…

Aware, But With No Record

Yesterday in church service, I heard a word in the midst of the word. The story of Abraham and his offering of Isaac and the response it provoked from God came to the fore. While God was speaking to him the second time, He mentioned that Abraham did not deny Him Isaac, his only son….

Assessment of Things

I got a story sent to me today. When I finished reading it, I realised that beautiful things would always have another side to it. While something looks fantastic to some, it would look deplorable and less in value to some, especially those who had the privilege of experiencing a greater version of it elsewhere…