There is barely any human being who doesn’t have wishes, desires and dreams. Everybody does but the only thing that differentiates us is that some put their hands to work while others sit around and just…wish. Sometimes we voice our wishes, we say things like “I wish I was working in so and so company”, […]Continue Reading
Rather than waste your time keeping track of your tithe booklet as an evidence of your faithfulness to God, spend time ruminating on what Jesus did on the cross as the evidence of His faithfulness to youContinue Reading
More or Less is not a-fold-your-hands-and-read book, No! It is an action book. I cleared my wardrobe before I was done reading it. I gave out stuffs I have been procrastinating giving out. You know those excesses we keep telling ourselves we should leave for ‘just-in-case’ situations? Yea, I threw them out cos those ‘just-in-case’ situations never came, they never will.Continue Reading
Author: Kenneth E. Hagin Theme: A balanced approach to biblical prosperity Year of publication: 2000 Eighteen years after Kenneth Hagin of blessed memory penned down these truths, I finally get to read them. Ummph…! Now I no longer wonder why people do what they do, truth is some people are really ignorant especially in the […]Continue Reading
It’s been a great pleasure to ride along with you to the last of the virtues in 2 Peter 1:5-8: For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; and to godliness, mutual affection; […]Continue Reading
Today, I have a confession to make: I don’t like to be told to be patient or to persevere. They create this picture of a lifetime of hardship and suffering in my mind anytime I come across those words. Sometimes, I want things to happen at my pace and in the manner I purpose as […]Continue Reading
Hello Friend, we are on the third victual: Knowledge.
Let’s connect on this journey to a balanced life, I would love to hear from you.
We all are at risk of getting caught up in ourselves and our welfare, in today’s post I shared why we must look beyond ‘us’ to others. Like Jesus, we go about doing good!