You will come face to face with the mountain or the angry beast, but you will be chilled.
I can never forget this analogy my leader in campus fellowship once gave, but it's actually a true story. A sister was on a motorbike transporting, and the rider of the bike was being wreckless in his driving (as is expected with Nigerian bikers), till she had enough and cautioned him to slow down. But … Continue reading Dead Man Walking
The Christian walk with God is not a walk in the park, it is not bread and butter; it is Labor. A labor of Love. As Christians we're like strangers in Rome, and you know what the saying is about 'when in Rome', but even as we're in Rome we're the breeds called to resist … Continue reading Stand your Ground in Faith
Sometimes, God does nothing as long as we're busy doing something
Hey guys I heard something recently, it's been ringing in my mind. I don't remember the exact statement, permit me to paraphrase: The most valuable thing to God is not your success, or your happiness. The most important thing to God, is your union with Him. Of course the original statement was more powerful and … Continue reading Union with God
DO what? (set), with what TOOL (your mind) on what OBJECT (heavenly things) in CONTRAST to (Earthly things).
Lately, I've been in pain. For a Believer whose pains Christ bore literally, and spiritually, that is a very AWKWARD statement to make, but I promise, i'm not lying. First it was the usual emotional stuff we're all used to. Then suprisingly as though having my emotions battered wasn't enough, it became physical, after … Continue reading Pain, Little Faith and Most Holy Faith.
Happiness was a package delivered to me over 2000 Years ago in the form of a person.
You know how that having knowledge about something totally influences your character towards things in general… As a student of University of Ibadan I was as innocent as far as innocence was concerned. In my first year as an undergraduate I REALISED that I was on my own and I had to do things on my … Continue reading Spiritual Journeys: ‘Realisations’ by Olatunji Nifemi.
He gave what we could never have asked for, our worries could never have brought us, our hard work could never have earned us.