With God

The reality of our present day faith is that we know less and less of the God we worship, we just enjoy being around His people. We really haven’t met with God, though we have received deliverance, salvation, provision, preservation and help from Him. (Exodus 19:17) For those who have met with God, their major…

Outcomes

The ultimate end of all endeavour is not necessarily the sum of inputs; time and chance happen to all.   Each one would have the privilege of time, an irreplaceable gift of God; and the blessing of chance, that significant moment when ‘choice’ would determine all . . .   What are you doing with…

As I see it . . .

I have not been here in a while. So much is taking my attention away from writing. Sometimes, we have to learn the lesson first before we talk about it. Two things are on my heart to share today and I would like to get right to it: Firstly, I have had the privilege of…

The Blessings in Blindside

DAY ONE | #EXODUS It is always an advantage to see clearly and understand all the elements that are woven into the fabric of reality. Still, it is usually not helpful to see it all. The Bible, in Ecclesiastes 7: 21 says: “Do not take to heart everything people say, lest you hear your servant cursing you” NKJV. It…

What is work for​ you?

A woman carried each baby for nine months, nurtured them, along with her husband for thirty or more years and someone begins her description with something like “She does not work, she is a full-time housewife”. A man ‘labors, in the word of God, on a people; while everyone else asleep, he is awake, studying and seeking the face of God. While everyone is awake, he is also awake, executing the instructions he was given in the night; then, someone goes “He is a full-time pastor, he does not work”. A fellow wakes up at 4.30AM daily, Monday to Saturday, goes out to do a thing or two, returns home late at night, say 10.00pm late at night. He or she spends seventeen hours out of the house, nine out of it in vehicular traffic, the remaining eight doing something he or she does not really like and his or her description is “He is a very hard worker” or “She is doing something with her life”. . .

What does work mean to you? What does it really mean to work?

Private Tents

Earlier today, I went from Ibadan, Nigeria with my wife on a journey to the Redemption Camp on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. While we were trying to navigate the rotary at Iwo road, heading toward the freeway that leads to Lagos, a heavy truck, on the road in from of me overtook our own vehicle and I…

Useful Resources. . .

If All Is Well, Why Am I Like This? and The EDICT  |  One is ‘Life’s little book for clarity, creativity, and change’ and the other is ‘a book for putting your relationship with God in perspective’.  \  Why are life’s experiences what they are? Is there really an explanation for all that is visible…

Is Your Christian Marriage Really Working? (PART 3)

Continued from Part Two . . . The trouble with the Christian marriage is that many things are not like they are in marriages that did not involve God. Although, most Christian marriages are already becoming more like the secular, the God-factor in Christian marriages sets it apart from the rest. Therefore, if you really…

'Aaro' 

In ancient traditional African kingdoms, farmers and fathers were faced with enormous responsibility of feeding their households, which were larger then than now, and providing for other needs.  Then, their primary work was agriculture. Though they had very large expanse of arable land to farm, there was no mechanization to their farming and they did…