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A Small World – Season Three (A Few Good Men) #36


Lola and Bolu saw Temi and Oyinda after the service and went to greet them.  They’d both been blessed by the message, which reminded them of the importance of guarding their hearts and caring deeply for one another.  They were reminded to be watchful and not to be slack in their Christian discipline, because their enemy is like a roaring lion looking for who to devour.

Bolu was particularly charged by the message.  He knew that with continual prayer and fellowship with God, he would always know what to do in the face of temptation.  He was now assured that he had done the right thing concerning Amaka.  If God wanted him to do otherwise, He would certainly make Himself clear on that.  Whatever Amaka’s issue, Dele was more than competent to represent her.

“That was a much-needed word,” he said to his friends, when they’d exchanged greetings.

“Yes,” Oyinda said.  “I didn’t know that there were that many DAILY habits of Christians.  I mean, do you guys do the accountability thing he talked about?”

Lola and Bolu looked at each other before Bolu responded.  “Yes, we do.  Though it’s not easy, and it’s so tempting not to be accountable to one another at times…

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