Tag: evil

An Emotional Affair – Part Twenty-Three

Danny left the Church building still reeling from Bolu’s hug.  He could still feel his big strong arms around him, squeezing him.  Danny hadn’t been hugged like that before.  It was…comforting.  Strangely so.  And what Bolu had said about God loving him was just…too much.  He couldn’t take […]

An Emotional Affair – Part Twenty-One

Danny laid in bed on Tuesday evening, thinking of Lily.  He recalled their last encounter at Oyinda’s house over the weekend, and remembered how she had looked beautiful in her black pencil skirt and pink lace blouse.  Seeing her again had made him realise that he’d really fallen […]

The Law is for the Lawless

What does that mean?  Does it mean that the righteous don’t have a Law nor a need for one?  I believe by saying this, Paul was explaining the need for the Law, which is three fold: 1. To make sin and evil known (Rom 3:20); 2. To prevent […]

An Emotional Affair – Part Sixteen

Bimbo Adetayo returned from her visit in the evening.  She sensed the tension in the apartment the moment she returned.  She asked Lola how her trip was.  Lola said it was fine, but her eyes told a different story.  She asked Bolu if everything was ok, and his response […]

The Spotlight: Christians, Stop Telling Me God Is In Control!

Today’s episode is a spotlight on Christianity and God, and who is really in control of what happens in our lives and our world. There seems to be a general consensus among Christians that God is ultimately in control, while we must take responsibility for our own actions and inactions. While it seems most people agree with this in theory, their practice mostly suggest that they think God holds all the cards…and when bad stuff happens, it is God’s will….

Is God Easily Offended?

God hates sin!  We know this.  We know also that whatever is not done of faith is sin (Rom 14:23).  That is a lot of things we do and take for granted.  As humans, we constantly find ourselves worrying.  This is sin.  Jesus said clearly “do not worry” […]