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…

A Rising Wave of Rebellion

Having an opinion is one of the easiest things to do. It is free, so everyone is entitled to his or her opinion. However, when someone’s opinion starts to take the form of an ideology, seeking reinforcement through culture and traditions, a major shift is taking place. When those who becomes the recipient of such…

Of Salvation and Deliverance

OF SALVATION AND DELIVERANCE To a fellow, who has been troubled for long, it will not matter what salvation or deliverance actually mean, he or she wants any or both. A needed respite will be welcomed no matter how it is packaged. Infact, for many people, they mean one and thesame; “There is no point…

Transactional Faith

“The just shall live by his faith”, that is what the Bible says; coincidentally, it is also the theme of a summit in my church…yet I have not stopped wondering what kind of faith we have these days. Because this statement is true and the word of God is infallible, it means that each one…

The Power of Sacrifice

A couple of days back, I stumbled on a presentation on Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN) on DsTV, featuring the son of Pastor John Hagee’s son preaching to the church’s congregation about ‘Family Business’. He started with the story of his grandmother, who happened to be divinely gifted by the LORD to preach so well that,…

2017 in Review – Realities Part 3

This would be my first time to publicly publish my review of a year. I realized it is expedient to make an exception this year because of what I am about to share. This year has indeed been eventful; most importantly, I have learned so many new lessons; some the hard way. It started out…